NENIC Trends in Clinical Informatics (May12, 2017)
- Call for Participation - Abstracts are due March 27, 2017
- Poster Template example (With 1-2 References)
- Poster Biography CE form (required for primary author)
- Accepting Nominations for the Rita D.Zielstorff Nursing Informatics Leadership Award - Nominations through April 7th, 2017
Pinnacle Lecture Series (March 27, 2017; Boston College ) Dean Susan Gennaro invites NENIC members to hear Patricia Flately Brennan PhD, RN at Boston College
NENIC Trends in Clinical Informatics: A Nursing Perspective (May 12, 2017- Save the Date! ) Keynote Dr. Jane Englebright PhD, RN, CENP, FAAN
NENIC Fall Networking and Education (October 2, 2017 (5:30-7:30p): Patricia Dykes PHD, RN ,FAAN, FACMI - Using Health IT and Patient Engagement to Improve Outcomes in Hospitalized Patients
Health Data Management Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT (May 17, 2017, Boston)ANIA Annual Conference (March 30-April 1, 2017; New Orleans)
AMIA Annual Symposium ( November 4-8, 2017; New Orleans )
In recognition of the paper making the greatest contribution to advance the field of nursing informatics.
“Prioritization and Refinement of Clinical Data Elements within EHR Systems”
Congratulations to Sarah Collins, RN, PhD, Partners Healthcare System/Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School and her coauthors: Emily Gesner, RN, DNP; Perry Mar, PhD; Doreen M. Colburn, RN, MSN; Roberto A. Rocha, MD, PhD
Full citation: Collins S, Gesner E, Mar P, Colburn D, Rocha R. Prioritization and Refinement of Clinical Data Elements within EHR Systems. Proceeding of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Fall Symposium; 2016 Nov 12-16; Chicago, IL
NENIC is pleased to announce a special reduced membership rate of $10 for students enrolled in a nursing or informatics program. Click here for the easy application process.
Trends in Clinical Informatics: A Nursing Perspective
15th Annual Symposium: Transforming Healthcare Through Informatics
Friday, May 12, 2017 (7:00-4:00)
Register now ! Early registration ends March 27!
This one day symposium is jointly offered by the New England Nursing Informatics Consortium (NENIC) and Boston Children’s Hospital.
This years keynote speaker will be Jane Englebright PhD, RN, CENP, FAAN.
Dr. Englebright provides professional leadership for facility chief nursing officers and approximately 80,000 nurses working in HCA hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and other sites of care. She leads HCA’s CNO Council in driving excellence in nursing operations and outcomes, professional practice and innovative leadership. Dr. Englebright founded HCA’s industry-leading patient safety program in 2000. She has been a proponent of safety technology, leading several large-scale deployments across HCA. In 2014, Dr. Englebright chartered and implemented an AHRQ-listed Patient Safety Organization to further accelerate HCA's patient safety programs. Dr. Englebright serves as the At-Large Nursing Representative to The Joint Commission’s Board of Commissioners and is a member of the Board of Advisors of the National Patient Safety Foundation. Dr. Englebright chairs the Expert Panel on Informatics and Technology for the American Academy of Nursing and is an adjunct faculty member at the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing
Registration includes free parking, continental breakfast, lunch, and mid-day refreshments. Please see the Annual Symposium Proceedings (past) for presentations from the 14th Annual Symposium.
Click here for the Exhibitor Prospectus.
The Conference Center at Waltham Woods, 860 Winter Street, Waltham, Massachusetts
Recommended Hotel Accommodations
Waltham Westin Hotel
Refund and Cancellation Policy
Full refunds minus a $25.00 service fee for cancellations on or before 04/01/16. NO REFUNDS will be
provided for cancellations after 4/1/2016.
Any other registration questions, contact Deb Furlong.