Health Informatics is an applied field of study incorporating theories from information science; computer science; the science for the specific discipline, such as medicine, nursing, or pharmacy; and the wide range of sciences used in the healthcare delivery. As a result, health informatics specialists draw on a wide range of theories to guide their practice.
Please relate these theories to a current topic (practices, policies, and/or regulations) in healthcare informatics1:
1. Learning Theories
· Behavioral Theories
· Information Processing, or Cognitive Learning, Theories
· Adult Learning Theories
· Learning Styles