ISSN 2409-7616

Lanina S. Yu., Plashchevaya E.V., Zabelin D.A., Voronov E.Yu.


UDC 378:004.9:621.3


Lanina S.Yu.1 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation) –; Plashchevaya E.V.2 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation) –; Zabelin D.A.3 (Astrakhan, Russian Federation) –; Voronov E.Yu.3 (Astrakhan, Russian Federation) –

1Blagoveshchensk State Pedagogical University

3Amur State Medical Academy

3Astrakhan State Medical University

Abstract. The ubiquitous penetration of telehealth technologies in today’s healthcare ecosystems necessitates a comprehensive examination of their integration into nursing practice. This study addresses the need for a thorough understanding of the nuanced challenges and potential benefits associated with the implementation of telemedicine in nursing practice. The primary purpose of this study is to identify and articulate the nuances associated with the implementation of telehealth technologies in nursing practice. Through a systems analysis, we aim to identify barriers that may impede seamless integration, while at the same time clarifying transformative perspectives that may change the landscape of nursing care. Our empirical findings delineate a spectrum of challenges ranging from lack of technological skills and ethical concerns to the intricacies of patient communication. At the same time, we identified favorable perspectives that include increased accessibility to healthcare, improved patient monitoring practices, and increased interdisciplinary collaboration among health care providers. Thus, the implementation of telehealth technologies in nursing practice presents a combination of challenges and opportunities. Targeted interventions, including specialized training, ethical frameworks, and technologically enhanced infrastructures, are required to overcome obstacles. Sanguine perspectives emphasize the need for ongoing research, policy development, and pedagogical initiatives that will ensure nursing professionals are well prepared to capitalize on the transformative potential of telemedicine. This collective endeavor promises to improve patient outcomes and enhance the efficiency of health care delivery systems. In conclusion, incorporating telehealth technologies into nursing practice is a challenging but promising endeavor.

Keywords: nurse training, nurse training, tele-walking, tele-nursing.


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For citation: Lanina S.Yu., Plashchevaya E.V., Zabelin D.A., Voronov E.Yu. Medical information systems: competence of nurses. CITISE, 2024, no. 1, pp. 95-105. DOI: