ICT in nursing educaton by ewghwehws


									Information and Communication
Technology in Nursing Education

  Ass. prof. Grete Oline Hole, Bergen University College
    Research fellow Marit Graue, University of Bergen
 Ass. prof. Marjolein M. Iversen, Bergen University College

• The Norwegian Ministry of Health aims to use ICT as
  a tool of quality and effectiveness improvement.

• Norway is well equipped with Personal Computers
  both in public and private use.

• Internet, with the World-wide-Web is accessible in
  every part of Norway.

• Women use the technology to a far lesser degree
  than men do.
 Further Educaton in Diabetic Nursing

• A course of 30 ECTS in Diabetic Nursing is offered
  at Bergen University College.

• The first and only of its kind in Norway.

• Part-time course with 7 week-long gatherings
  throughout a year.

• Between the gatherings, the students are working
  individual or in groups.

• The 25 students are from all over Norway.
         Applying new technology in
          the education of nurses

A pilot project aiming at:

• testing and evaluating the use of web-supported
  further education

• testing and evaluating the use of MCU

• increasing the students’ general PC- competence
  and ability to use databases
Need for Long Distance Learning




 Learning environment with ICT

Presentation           Tools
 / lectures


of facilities
Multiple Conference Unit
         Challenges for the future

• Coordination
   • with other courses at our college
   • with the other studios

• Technical support available at any time

• In progress:
    • Chat rooms
    • Professional support from the lecturers
      available through the web-side
    • International network for clinical nursing and
      nursing research

• Web-supported learning environment has become a
  success, and the students have achieved greater

• MCU has been used with good results and positive

• With these experiences as a background, Bergen
  University College will continue to apply these
  tools in course-offers

• The pilot project has become a national success,
  and we hope to achieve an international
  cooperation on this field in the future
                      Further information:

Use of ICT:                             Further education in diabetic nursing:

                                        Ass. prof. Marjolein M. Iversen
                                        Mail: marjolein.iversen@hib.no
Ass. prof. Grete Oline Hole             Phone: 55 58 55 18
                                        Research fellow Marit Graue
Address:                                Mail: marit.graue@hib.no
Faculty of Health and Social Sciences   Phone: 55 58 5530
Bergen University College
Haukelandsbakken 45                     Address:
N -5009, Bergen                         Faculty of Health and Social Sciences
Norway                                  Bergen University College
                                        Haukelandsbakken 45
Phone:+(47) 55 58 55 40                 N -5009, Bergen

                                        Fax +(47) 55 58 55 80

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