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Nurses must be leaders in the digital health era: informatics exec

It’s critical that nurses be at the forefront of the movement into the digital health era and are heavily involved in leading change, not just for the care team and patient but to ensure they are advocating for their own needs.

This was one of the messages shared by Michelle Troseth, an international health informatics expert, during her visit with nursing staff at a number of Australian hospitals.

Troseth, who is chief professional practice officer of health IT firm Elsevier, also led an Australian College of Nursing member presentation on nursing informatics, which homed in on its importance, usability and clinical application.

Nursing Review spoke with Troseth after her presentation to discuss the role nurses can play in leading change in the area of health informatics and how they can ensure their voice is heard.

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