Nursing Informatics: Unleashing the Full Potential of Nursing
Informatique infirmière : libérons le plein potentiel des soins infirmiers (détails plus bas dans ce message)

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Nick Hardiker RN PhD FACMI

  Unleashing the Full Potential of Nursing

 Nick Hardiker is Professor of Nursing and Health Informatics and Associate Dean (Research & Enterprise) at the University of Huddersfield School of Human & Health Sciences in England. Nick has a background in Nursing and has Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees in Computer Science from the University of Manchester. He has nearly 25 years’ experience of theoretical and applied research in Health Informatics, with a particular focus on Health Records and Terminologies. Nick holds an adjunct position of Professor at the University of Colorado, Denver. He acts as consultant to the International Classification for Nursing Practice Programme at the International Council of Nurses, as Editor-in-Chief of Informatics for Health and Social Care, and as a member of a number of national and international standards bodies and think tanks. He is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics and was recipient of the 2017 American Medical Informatics Association Virginia K. Saba Informatics Award.

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Conference Themes

  • Demonstrating the Value of Nursing Informatics in Healthcare
  • Front Line Nurses: Integrating Clinical Informatics into Practice
  • Making Nursing Visible & Modeling Nurses’ Practice
  • Technology Enabling High-Quality Practice, Education & Research
  • Health Systems Transformation & Change Management
  • Health IT & Patient Safety
  • Big Data, Data Science & Artificial Intelligence for Nurses
  • mHealth: Social Media & Mobile Technology
  • Technology to Meet Patients & Families’ Health Needs
  • Telehealth for Urban, Remote &Rural Communities

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Join Us: May 26th, 2018
BCIT Downtown Campus – 555 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC

This Conference precedes the eHealth 2018 Conference

CNIA and BCNISG will also be hosting a pre-conference networking event on May 25th.

Registration

  • $150 – CNIA Member
  • $200 –  Non-CNIA Member
  • $75 – Fulltime Student

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Sponsors: TBA