Using the Data/Information/Knowledge/Wisdom Continuum

Usingthe Data/Information/Knowledge/Wisdom Continuum

Usingthe Data/Information/Knowledge/Wisdom Continuum

Itis important to establish a better kind of nursing care that may begiven to patients with diabetes. Notably, this necessity is broughtabout by the current high cases of chronic diseases. Such asituation, therefore, makes it vital for nurses to consider methodsin which they may accord the best of care to individuals sufferingfrom these illnesses, so as to improve their quality of life throughreducing the extent of negative implications that are brought forthby chronic diseases. Data relating to this subject may need to beobtained from periodicals found in some of the catalogues of Waldenonline library, through having an efficient search system that isessential in bringing out the sources that are applicable for drawingin the required information (Hunter, McGonigle, &amp Hebda, 2013).The scholar will as well consider concentrating solely on the fieldof nursing while doing the examinations, so as to save a lot of time.As a result, he or she will increase the chances of getting therequired materials easily.

Howto Conduct the Search

Oncelogged into the online library, I would select the specific databasesthat are my partiality. In this circumstance, I will focus on theCINAHL plus with the Full-Text record as well as the CINAHL &ampMEDLINE Simultaneous Search database (Walden University 2016). Ishall apply various keywords to enable access on particular materialsthat are obligatory. Among these will include, ‘nursing care fordiabetics`, ‘chronic diseases and ‘special care of diabeticpatient.` Also, I shall then concentrate on the relevance of thetopics of the journal articles that will come up. The year period ofthe journals will need to fall within six years from 2016, going backbefore considering using it this is because I will be more concernedwith new knowledge that relates to the care of patients withdiabetes.

Iwill then read the abstract of the articles to guide me on areas tofocus on while gathering valuable data meant for the topic.Similarly, I intend to emphasize on the specific sections of interestthat relate to the care of diabetics. I shall then collect datathrough scribbling down some significant pieces of my choice(Masters, K. 2015). Besides, I would repeat the same procedure withother journals articles that are established. Once I have the bulk ofinformation needed, I shall then arrange it in codes for easierdocumentation in a manner that will show coherence. More so, my aimwould be to understand of the data that I would have developed, andin the long run, establish how to put such information into practiceso as to boost my capacity to provide high-quality nursing careservices.

Itis vital to note that informatics can be utilized to acquire a lot ofwisdom regarding diverse topics. The appropriate use of thismethodology enables a researcher to have access to materials that arein line with the area of interest. Consequently, such an individualgets an opportunity to earn more knowledge in the said area (Ball,Douglas, Walker, DuLong, Gugerty, B., Hannah, &amp Troseth, 2011).After acquiring suitable knowledge regarding a given topic, such ashow to take care of diabetics, I would share the same informationwith my colleagues. Essentially, this strategy will provide me withtheir side of outlook regarding the same issue. In addition, I willshare with a practicing nurse in a diabetes ward who may bring in theapplicability of the said information. These people will, therefore,enable me to identify ways through which I may put the informationgathered into use, by highlighting areas of limitation duringimplementation as well as dealing with them. Later on, I will be ableto apply the knowledge obtained. Such an action would be paramount inensuring the verdicts I make regarding the use of knowledge andinformation gathered shall be appropriate.

Summary/Conclusion

Anappropriate search exercise relies on the ability of the researcherto clearly understand the kind of information that he or she islooking for. As such, he will have the capability to put more focuson websites, periodicals, and articles that are more appropriate forthis purpose. The scholar also needs to comprehend how to gather therelevant data appropriate for the topic (Ball, et al., 2011). Theabstract and introduction sections of the article are quite effectivein this venture they are relevant in highlighting the areas that thepaper has focused on, and the researcher will be able to putattention on those areas that are in line with the topic underdiscussion. It is also important to point out that the data gatheredfrom various articles needs to be arranged in a way that would besimple to understand, as well as put down in an articulate manner.The proper transformation of the information recorded into wisdomlies in sharing such data with other personnel in the field with theview of identifying techniques through which it could be put intouse.

References

Ball,M. J., Douglas, J. V., Walker, P. H., DuLong, D., Gugerty, B.,Hannah, K. J., … &amp Troseth, M. R. (Eds.). (2011).&nbspNursinginformatics Where technology and caring meet.Springer Science &amp Business Media. Retrieved from:http://www.springer.com/us/book/9781849962773

Hunter,K., McGonigle, D., &amp Hebda, T. (2013). The integration ofinformatics content in baccalaureate and graduate nursing education:a status report.&nbspNurseEducator,&nbsp38(3),110-113. Retrieved from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23608911

Masters,K. (2015).&nbspRoledevelopment in professional nursing practice.Jones &amp Bartlett Publishers. Retrieved from:https://books.google.co.ke/books?hl=en&amplr=&ampid=ftkBCwAAQBAJ&ampoi=fnd&amppg=PR1&ampdq=related:Rd0ohT3BvqYJ:scholar.google.com/&ampots=ngXgGYZgFo&ampsig=qCIYk8EsL71s0EhwdbVC1ALYiNw&ampredir_esc=y#v=onepage&ampq&ampf=false

WaldenUniversity (2016). Nursing Research: Databases: Articles &amp Morehttp://academicguides.waldenu.edu/nursingresearch#s-lg-box-1524555