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Facilitating nursing processes by information technology during COVID-19: A systematic review


Received: 20 October 2021
Revised: 21 November 2021
Accepted: 19 December 2021

Fateme Moghbeli, Yeganeh Mohammadhosseinzadeh Vatanchi, Fateme Pezeshki, Ghazaleh Mohammadi

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Objective: In late 2019, with the outbreak of Covid 19, China began the first level of public health and emergency response. Internet plus nursing services is registered for the use of nurses in medical centers based on information technology online program, offline services, which refers to the provision of nursing services for home patients or patients after discharge. The purpose of this article is to classify and identify information technology that facilitates nursing processes.

Methods: This research is an applied study that was conducted in 1399 by systematic review method. Using the keywords of information technology, nurses, nursing process, corona virus and COVID-19were performed in various databases such as PubMed, ScienceDirect and Google scholar in the last two years from early 2019 to the end of 2020 (2020-2019).

Results: In this study, 211 English articles were found which were included in the study after reviewing 9 articles. The most satisfactory platform from the users point of view (91%) The IT platform for Internet plus nursing services is a Wechat mini program that was developed and used in early 2019.

Conclusion: Prior to the COVID-19 epidemic, Internet plus nursing services was performed using online appointments and offline home visits to provide nursing services to patients.

Keywords: Information Technology, Nurses, Nursing Process, Corona Virus, COVID-19.

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