Big Data in Nursing Research

The term "big data" refers to the volume of data that is beyond human comprehension and cannot be managed by standard computing systems. Big data is becoming more prevalent in nursing and healthcare settings. Data scientists continually develop knowledge and specific methods for managing this data. Nursing professionals who can leverage this data can use it to develop holistic treatment strategies for patients that more effectively meet their needs. Using big data in healthcare can help patients take a more proactive approach to care. Nurse researchers use secondary data analysis in epidemiological studies, risk assessments, skills assessments, and practice comparisons across geographic regions, and outcomes studies.

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