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PEPID Introduces Electronic NANDA Diagnosis to Nursing Schools and Students
2012-2014 NANDA-I Diagnosis Textbook Integrated into PEPID RN Student

Phoenix, Arizona March 8, 2012 — PEPID, the top developer of clinical decision-support information and technology for healthcare professionals, has announced a partnership to integrate the 2012-2014 NANDA Diagnosis: Definitions and Classification textbook into its leading student reference software, RN Student Clinical Companion. This partnership will put the textbook in electronic format, delivered on any mobile device or online to nursing students and schools.

The 2012-2014 NANDA Diagnosis: Definitions and Classification has been a core component of nursing education for decades. PEPID is now delivering this information electronically, embedded into its comprehensive nursing and drug reference software designed specifically for students.

“We are excited to deliver the latest version of the NANDA textbook in electronic format to nursing schools nationwide,” said John Wagner, PEPID president. “We’ve transformed a flat nursing text into a diagnosis wizard that’s available as a component to our RN Student Clinical Companion.”

The entire NANDA text is now available via iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Online via PEPID RN Student Clinical Companion. PEPID RN Student is already a requirement in the curriculum of more than 200 nursing schools across the country.

PEPID has provided clinical specialty-focused products since 1994, and offers the most robust medical information resources on the market as well as the best customer service in the industry. PEPID is available on all smartphones, online or delivered into an existing electronic medical record system. Learn more at


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