Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics
Dr. Khatereh Seylani
Dr. Asieh Darvish
Dr. Nasrin Rasoulzadeh, Dr. Fatemeh Bahramnezhad
Prof. Toni Hebda
PhD, MNEd, MSIS, RN-C, CNE
Informatics Nursing board certification-ANCC, Certified Nurse Educator-NLN, With publications on informatics for nurses and healthcare profesionals
Dr. Melody Rose
DNP/NI, MSN/NI, RN, CPHIMS
DNP of Nursing Informatics, MSc of Nursing Informatics,
With publications on informatics for nurses and healthcare professionals, Adjunct Professor at Franklin University, USA
Prof. Carolyn Sipes
PhD, CNS, APRN, PMP, RN-BC, NEA-BC, FAAN
With publications on informatics for nurses and healthcare professionals, Expertise in project management
Dr. Asieh Darvish
PhD/ITM, MS/MITM, BSN
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Head of Nursing Informatics Department & adjunct faculty of VUMS
Introduction of the Program:
This is a short course designed to enhance your knowledge about the application of informatics to improve nursing care outcome.
It includes 8 hours lectures and 8-hours self-study in 4 weeks.
Why join this program and study online?
If you want to know why nurses should know about nursing informatics, attend this program.
Completion of this program will be considered equal to one-credit of a Master degree in Nursing Informatics online program for future applicant of NI Master of Science at Tehran University of Medical Sciences.
What are the learning outcomes (What will a student learn)?
Definition of Nursing Informatics (NI)
Historical Context of Nursing Informatics
Introduction of Basic Concepts of Nursing Informatics
The Required Competencies of Nursing Informatics
NI Standardized Terminologies, NIC, NOC, NANDA, CCC
Applications, Opportunities and Challenges of NI
Preparing for the Future of NI
Trend of NI publications and prolific countries
Nursing Informatics Paradigm Shifting
What are the ambitious goals of this short course and what are the metrics to measure?
Goals: Introduction of basic concepts of Nursing Informatics, and the required competencies, applications, opportunities, challenges and future perspectives.
Metrics: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Who are the most important target groups?
B) Medical sciences related students
What are the details of the academic target?
Prospective students and graduated in BSc, MSc and PhD of Nursing
Health related programs graduated with some nursing background and medical sciences related field and other students graduated at least in BSc, who are interested
Certificate of Participation will be granted to participants with minimum 3-session attendance.
The certificate complition (for attendees with uploaded credentials) can be adapted as a credit toward your path to acquire M.Sc. of Nursing Informatics.
In the regards of the Certificate you may contact Educational Office via firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Dr. Tania Azadi||Saturday 20 Feb.||15:30-17:30|
|Prof. Dr. Toni Hebda||Saturday 27 Feb.||15:30-17:30|
|Dr. Melody Rose||Nursing Informatics Standardized Terminologies (Part 1, Part 2)||Saturday 6 Mar.||15:30-17:30|
|Prof. Dr. Carolyn Sipes||Preparing for The Future of Nursing Informatics (Part 1, Part 2)||Monday 15 Mar.||15:30-17:00|
|Dr. Asieh Darvish||Monday 15 Mar.||17:00-17:30|
Day 1: Saturday, 20.02.2021
Day 2: Saturday, 27.02.2021
Day 3: Saturday, 06.03.2021
Day 4: Monday, 15.03.2021