Welcome to NENIC!
A message from our president Marie George RN, MSN:
NENIC continues to grow not only in numbers, but in knowledge and breadth of expertise. Our members are performing as leaders at local and national levels in a variety of settings and one only had to look at the posters to see the great work being done. I was, as always, impressed by the networking I saw and the ways in which people were reaching out and offering their help as mentors and advisors.
I also was thrilled with the work the program committee did and the fact that NENIC continues to make each symposium better and more exciting than the one before.
Please enjoy these presentations sharing highlights from the 2014 Trends in Clinical Informatics Symposium:
See you in the fall!
Marie George RN, MSN and the NENIC Board and Planning Committee
NENIC Membership Spotlight
Congratulations to Sharon Bouyer-Ferullo DNP, RN, MHA, CNO, Patricia Dykes DNSc, RN, FAAN, FACMI (AMIA), Theresa Jasset RN, MSM, CNOR, and Mary Kennedy RN, MS for their contributions to the recent TIGER Leadership Collaborative Report.
Mark Sugrue, one of NENIC’s national representatives, Chair of the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Committee, and new CNIO of Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, has authored the article Technology, Transformation, and the Nursing Workforce in the November 2013 issue of American Nurse Today.
Please view award presentations: Rita D. Zielstorff Nursing Informatics Leadership Award to Patricia Dykes DNSc, RN, FAAN, FACMI (AMIA), and Distinguished Leader Awards to Theresa Jasset RN, MSM, CNOR and to Sandra McPherson DNP, RN-BC, CPHIMS.
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Trends in Clinical Informatics: A Nursing Perspective ENCORE CE!
Our inaugural presentation is E.H.R’s, Interoperability and Quality Reporting by Judith Warren PhD, RN, BC, FAAN, FACMI. If you have ever wondered about the relationship between informatics standards, care documentation, quality reporting, and evidence-based nursing practice or what the components of a knowledge model for Nursing Informatics might be, then this is for you.
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