If you want to learn more about the human factors to consider in informatics, consider taking NRPR 102: Human Factors in Informatics.
This 2 module (5 CE credit) course introduces nurses to human factors essential to effective application of nursing informatics in practice. Topics focus on the human factors of ergonomics, human-computer interaction, usability, learnability, memorability, likeability, readability, asepsis, and aesthetics.
This course is self-paced, completely online, and is evaluated by two journal entries and a final test to gauge your understanding of the content.
This course is intended to provide the learner with the opportunity to:
- Examine key principles of ergonomics relevant to the use of technology and computers in nursing practice.
- Analyze theory and research related to human-computer interfaces in the context of nursing.
- Recognize the importance of asepsis and client safety when using computers and other technologies at the point of care, especially at the client bedside.
- Recognize the importance of learnability, memorability, likeability, readability, and aesthetics in the design of human-computer interfaces.
- Examine key principles of usability relevant to the use of technology and computers in nursing practice.
Upon completion, learners will receive a Board Approved Certificate of Completion for 5 CE credits in digital format.
Tuition is only $33 USD. Right now, during our sale you can take the course for only $19.80.
More information: https://nursing-informatics.com/nrpr102.html