Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

NRS 319 Nursing in the Information Age(RNL)

3 hours; 3 credits. This course provides an overview of the significance of the nursing role of integrating the data, information, and knowledge required for evidenced based nursing practice, administration, education, and research. Topics will focus on the role of the nurse in managing the collection and handling of sensitive client data, including ensuring accuracy in collection, confidentiality, and security. Nursing documentation to accurately reflect quality, safe nursing assessments, nursing interventions, planning, nurse resource use, and client outcomes will be examined. The nursing role in system change, selection, and evaluation of clinical health information systems will be explored. Ethical, legal, and social issues and trends relative to information technology, electronic health record, communications, and culturally competent nursing care of the individual, family and community will be discussed. Pre- or corequisites: NRS 303, NRS 310.




All NRS courses require students to uphold College standards of Academic integrity. Academic Integrity examination platforms such as Respondus, ATI or other CUNY sanctioned software are required for all students enrolled.  Students are required to maintain and check campus email regularly and enroll in Navigate CSI. All formal communication regarding academic standing and continuation criteria will be communicated via Navigate CSI.