Although all nurses today rely on modern technology to perform their job as efficiently and accurately as possible, a discrepancy exists between using technology and providing educational opportunities to nurses who are involved in nursing education. An assistant professor and registered nurse working at the University of South Florida College of Nursing, Elizabeth Jordan, stated recent interview that a significant “generational divide” exists which negatively affects the ability of older nurses to integrate the use of advanced health and medical technology into their work routines. She also points to the fact that nurses in their 20s and 30s grew up during the rise of the digital age and are naturally more adept at catching on to this new, high-tech method of nursing.
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