ISSN 2409-7616

Zabelin D.A., Antipkina L.V., Plashchevaya E.V.


UDC 378:004.8:614.253.52


Zabelin D.A.1 (Astrakhan, Russian Federation) –, Antipkina L.V.2 (Astrakhan, Russian Federation) –, Plashchevaya E.V.3 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation) –

1Astrakhan State Medical University

2Astrakhan State Technical University

3Amur State Medical Academy Russia

Abstract. Artificial intelligence and its constituent elements, hereinafter referred to as AI technologies, have been developing rapidly since the late 2010s, and this trend is expected to continue in the future. AI is associated with computer systems that mimic human intelligence (i.e., capable of learning, using the information provided, to make strategic, managerial decisions). This technology is expected to become indispensable in our lives in the near future. AI is having an impact in a variety of areas. In medicine, the use of AI in clinical applications is steadily growing. Highlighting this branch of artificial intelligence applications in nursing, we can see that its use will help facilitate the work of nurses in making clinical decisions in emerging complex situations in patient care, or tasks that are remote from direct interaction with patients. While there is a growing body of research and development on AI applications to aid in nursing work, there is a lack of an extensive review that illuminates the evidence base for the promise of AI in nursing. In addition, realizing the importance of educating future nurses, we found a lack of courses/disciplines/master classes for nursing students and practicing nurses. We used the mechanism described in the PRISMA guidelines for systematic reviews and meta-analyses to achieve this goal. In our study, we focused on three key issues, from our point of view, in the application of AI in nursing education. A review of the research literature highlighted the content of nursing training in the application of AI in nursing.

Keywords: nursing, artificial intelligence, nursing education.


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For citation:  Zabelin D.A., Antipkina L.V., Plashchevaya E.V. Artificial intelligence in nursing: practice of training.  CITISE, 2023, no. 3, pp. 40-53. DOI: