The short 3 credit hour courses in this series introduce various significant theories and frameworks that are relevant to nursing informatics knowledge, skills, and applications. This particular course focuses on the Novice to Expert Theory.
Each course consists of a lesson, assigned readings and supportive Power Points, and are evaluated by completing a multiple choice final examination. Passing Grade is 60%.
You will receive a customized digital certificate of completion with your final mark included, worth 3 credit hours upon successful completion.
The Novice to Expert Theory, (a construct theory first proposed by sibling researchers, Hubert and Stuart Dreyfus (1980) as the Dreyfus Model of Skill Acquisition, and later applied and modified to nursing by Patricia Benner in 1984) provides a very useful and important theory that clearly applies to nursing informatics. In fact, the Dreyfus brothers developed the model while working with artificial intelligence development and expert computer system programming.
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NRTH 100: Novice to Expert Theory
- Brand: NILC
- Product Code: NRTH100
- Reward Points: 3
- Availability: In Stock
- Price in reward points: 20
Tags: June Kaminski, Novice to Expert theory, Paricia Benner, nursing theory, nursing informatics