Canadian Nursing Informatics Association

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    • 21 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • ZOOM webinar
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    The purpose of this presentation will be to introduce learners to the standardized clinical terminologies described in the CNA and CNIA Joint Position Statement on Nursing Informatics.

    Lori Block is a Registered Nurse with clinical and emerging research experience in the field of nursing informatics. She is currently in her third year of PhD studies at the University of British Columbia, School of Nursing. Her dissertation focus is related to the computerized representation of nursing wound care knowledge. Lori also works as a clinical leader in the telewound program for the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority where she advances the development, implementation, innovation and analysis of nursing electronic documentation.    

     

    • 11 Dec 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar via ZOOM link
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    Bio: Sally Remus, RN PhD(c)

    Sally is an accomplished healthcare executive with diversified experiences as a clinician, nurse informatician, educator and consultant. Currently, she is an informatics doctoral candidate at Western University’s Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing, London ON and is pursuing a research project with a focus in big data science. Sally’s research will utilize data science methods to explore “under-utilized” nursing homecare EHR data to detect risk factors that predict ALS patient capacities to remain safely cared for at home, delaying or even avoiding institutionalization.

    Brief description/purpose of presentation

    Sally’s presentation will provide a primer on big data science in nursing and how it can accelerate evidence discovery to implementation of evidence informed practices from bedside to boardroom. Big data science in nursing may in part help position nurses and the profession to achieve its future vision, where nurses are perceived by patients and professionals alike as knowledge workers providing safe, sustainable quality care through clinically relevant, “real-time”, evidence-based practices (McBride 2005, Remus 2016, Remus & Donelle, 2019).


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