"Impact of Technology on Nursing" is a wonderful example of a paper on care. Owing to the fact that nursing is a critical role in the health sector and in the national health sector in general, governments ought to undertake all measures that would work for the benefit of the industry including technology adoption (Russell, 2008). In this regard, it is important to note that no other aspects have changed the nursing sector dramatically particularly in the past two decades than technology. Indeed, technological advancements have had a significant impact on nursing ranging from enhancing efficiency and safety to providing better health care services.
For instance, technology has significantly improved research in the health sector thus providing nurses with solutions to various challenges in the health care sector (Huston, 2013). More importantly, technological advancement has increased the speed and accuracy of delivering nursing services. For instance, technology has brought digital thermometers that have effectively replaced the glass thermometers in measuring and recording accurate temperatures (Huston, 2013). Additionally, MRI and CT Scans have really improved critical nursing in the sense that before their inception, hospitals faced the major challenges of having to deal with unknown and uncertain medical complexities (Huston, 2013).
However, the inception of scanning technology together with 3D printing has really enhanced nursing care in many parts of the world. Perhaps one important technology that the nursing sector would never have reached this far without is the anesthesia that has enabled the carrying out of major and complex surgeries (Russell, 2008). While telecommunication advancements may not be entirely in the nursing sector, they too have tremendously increased the nurse-patient interaction thus leading to improved healthcare services.
This is particularly so because, with telecommunications technology, one nurse can attend to several patients simultaneously (Huston, 2013). Lastly but more importantly, the invention of robotics and computerized physicians has enabled the performing of delicate surgeries that require utmost accuracy thus decreasing the number of deaths in the operating rooms (Russell, 2008).
Huston, C. (2013). The Impact of Emerging Technology on Nursing Care: Warp Speed Ahead. The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 18(2), Manuscript 1.
Russell, J. (2008).How Technology Solutions Can Impact Nursing Retention. Nursing Economics, 26(3), 188-190.