Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Epistemology and Current Nursing Assumption.
2: Nursing Knowledge: Practice and Practical Knowing.
3: Word Power and Linguistic Constructs in Nursing.
4: Communication and Nursing Relationships.
5: Praxis: The Essential Nursing Construct.
6: The Nature of Nursing Work.
7: Translation of Evidence into Practice.
8: Nursing Informatics.
9: Nursing Informatics History and Its Contributions to Nursing Knowledge.
10: Are Nurses Prepared for Engagement to Evidence–Based Practice with New Technologies?.
11: Implications for Nursing Research and Generation of Evidence.
12: Ethical Considerations of Nursing Informatics.
13: Nursing, Information Technology and the Humanization of Health Care.
14: Telenursing: Nursing Informatics in Practice.
15: Praxis in Practice.
16: Case Study: Developing Clinical Utility for Mental Health Outcome Information: A New Zealand Perspective.
17: Case Study: Lessons Learned When Embedding Evidence–Based Knowledge in a Nurse Care Planning and Documentation System.
18: Case Study: Mental Health Emergency Care Rural Access Project: Assessing Rural and Remote Emergency Mental Health in Western New South Wales Australia by Videoconference Technology.
19: Case Study: Lecturer–Student Perspective of Virtual Learning Environment.
20: Case Study: Research Matchmaker, an Advanced Nursing Practice Informatics Application.
21: The Future.
22: A Glimpse of the Future.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.