Determination of Selected Nursing Transcripts for E-health/E-nursing Education

This paper details research into the creation of an e-learning framework for nurses in underdeveloped nations to receive e-health education. Nursing and midwifery academic transcripts from many schools of nursing in different developing countries for nurses who graduated between 2005 and 2009 were analysed to see what they had to say about ICT and E-health/E-nursing courses. The content analysis mechanism was used to examine 24 transcripts from eight developing countries; this analysis revealed that no evidence of the concept of E-health/E-nursing as such was introduced in any of the transcripts examined; the vast majority (87 percent) of programmes had some kind of ICT- or computer-related modules, mostly concerning basic computer skills and IT fundamentals. The findings of the study support the inclusion of an E-health/E-nursing learning module in national nursing institutes’ curriculum, and E-health literacy should be a requirement for general scope nurses/medical students’ registration.

Author(S) Details

Rasmeh Al-Huneiti
Ministry of Public Health, Qatar and Brunel University, London, United Kingdom.

Mohammed Al Masarweh
King Abdulaziz University, K.S.A.

Ziad Hunaiti
Brunel University, London, United Kingdom.

Ebrahim Mansour
The Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan.

Wamadeva Balachanrdan
Brunel University, London, United Kingdom.

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