Gelezen in november

A Nurse’s Guide to Twitter

Een mooie, voor het web vorm gegeven, en nuttige twittergids voor verpleegkundigen, opgesteld door verpleegkundige Paul McNamara van het Australische Ausmed Education.
Have you ever heard someone say something like, “Twitter doesn’t interest me – I don’t care what Justin Bieber had for breakfast”? Those people speak that way because they don’t understand the difference between personal, official and professional use of Twitter or social media more generally.

EyeSeeMed Lets Surgeons Browse Patient Data With Their Eyes (VIDEO)

The EyeSeeMed system does not require eye-tracking glasses to be worn, but instead detects where the eyes are pointing using remote cameras. Looking at specific buttons on the screen for a few seconds works like a click to select that option, while other basic head motions, like tilting left and right, can be used to navigate through radiological images. Here’s a video showing off how the system works in the operating room. (, 17/11/2014)

Online Journal of Nursing Informatics

The HIMSS Foundation and the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Community are pleased to announce a new acquisition – The Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI). Read the OJNI Press Release.
OJNI is a free, international, peer reviewed publication that is published quarterly and supports all functional areas of nursing informatics. OJNI was launched in 1996, with readership spanning over 49 countries.