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Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century - Embracing a Digital World, 3rd Edition, Book 3
Innovation, Technology, and Applied Informatics for Nurses





ISBN 9781032249803
Published April 29, 2022 by Productivity Press
240 Pages 16 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Innovation, Technology, and Applied Informatics for Nurses explores informatics trends emerging over the next decade including personalized healthcare, telehealth, artificial intelligence, voice recognition, and predictive analytics. Emphasis is placed on their importance, benefits, and key challenges for nurses. Digital health and patient-generated data in the context of remote monitoring are highlighted with a focus on digital health tools, issues, challenges, and implications for the future. A featured case study includes the use of patient-generated data during the COVID-19 pandemic including critical lessons learned. A discussion of the technological building blocks of sensors and the Internet of Things highlights examples of how healthcare delivery system models of care are being transformed. Applied data science as an emerging healthcare discipline explores natural language processing, data science frameworks, implications for data bias, and ethical considerations. The conceptual building blocks of artificial intelligence and machine learning are outlined resulting in a call for all nurses to develop an improved understanding of implications for our practice and our patients. Telehealth is described as including modalities, services, virtual care, human factors, and financial, legal, and regulatory considerations. Key drivers and stakeholders advancing simulation-based care delivery are discussed including recommendations for how healthcare organizations can perform event simulation as they prepare to meet the risk management needs of the future. This book concludes by highlighting documentation best practices implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century – Embracing a Digital World, 3rd Edition is comprised of four books which can be purchased individually:

Book 1: Realizing Digital Health – Bold Challenges and Opportunities for Nursing

Book 2: Nursing Education and Digital Health Strategies

Book 3: Innovation, Technology, and Applied Informatics for Nurses

Book 4: Nursing in an Integrated Digital World that Supports People, Systems, and the Planet

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Top Informatics Trends for the Next Decade

Joyce Sensmeier, MS, RN-BC, FHIMSS, FAAN, Senior Advisor, Informatics, HIMSS

Chapter 2: Canadian Health Outcomes for Better Information and Care: Making the Value of Nursing Visible through the Use of Standardized Data

Peggy White, MN, RN, FCAN, National Project Director, C-HOBIC and Co-Lead, National Nursing Data Standards Initiative

Lynn M. Nagle, PhD, RN, FAAN, FCAN, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick; Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto; Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing, Western University

Kathryn J. Hannah, C.M., PhD, DSc(hc), Professor (Adjunct) School of Nursing, University of Victoria

Chapter 3: Consumer-generated Whole-person Health Data: A Structured Approach

Robin Austin, PhD, DNP, DC, RN-BC, FAMIA, FNAP, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing; Graduate Faculty, Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing; Co-director, Omaha System Partnership, University of Minnesota

Sripriya Rajamani, PhD, MBBS, MPH, FAMIA, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Nursing; Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health Informatics, University of Minnesota; and Informatics Project Consultant, Minnesota Department of Health

Karen A. Monsen, PhD, RN, FAMIA, FNAP, FAAN, Professor, School of Nursing; Director, Center for Nursing Informatics; Director, Omaha System Partnership, University of Minnesota

Chapter 4: Sensors and the Internet of Things

Thomas R. Clancy, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, Clinical Professor Ad Honorem, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Chapter 5: Applied Data Science

Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, MS, RN, FAMIA, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing and Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health Informatics, University of Minnesota

Maxim Topaz, PhD, RN, MA, Elizabeth Standish Gill Associate Professor, Columbia School of Nursing Data Science Institute

Chapter 6: Understanding the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence: Data, Math, and Machine Learning

Tracie Risling, PhD, RN, Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary

Chapter 7: Artificial Intelligence for Nursing and Healthcare: Potentials and Cautions

Martin Michalowski, PhD, FAMIA, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Jung In Park, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing, University of California, Irvine

Chapter 8: Artificial Intelligence-based Model for Monitoring Pressure Ulcer Changes in Bedridden Patients – A Case Study from Taiwan

Usman Iqbal, PhD, PharmD, MBA, FAIDH, AFCHSM CHM, Associate Professor, Global Health and Development Department, College of Public Health, Taipei Medical University

Chun-Kung (Rock) Hsu, MS, IT Department, Taipei Municipal Wan-Fang Hospital

Yu-Chuan (Jack) Li, PhD, MD, FACMI, FACHI, FIAHSI, Distinguished Professor, Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics, College of Medical Science and Technology, Taipei Medical University; Dermatology Department, Wan-Fang Municipal Hospital; President-elect, International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA)

Chapter 9: Telehealth and Virtual Care

Elizabeth A. Krupinski, PhD, FSPIE, FSIIM, FATA, FAIMBE, Department of Radiology & Imaging Sciences, Emory University

Kimberly D. Shea, PhD, RN, FWAN, College of Nursing, University of Arizona

Chapter 10: Simulations-Based Care Delivery

Cynthia Sherraden Bradley, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE, Assistant Professor, Director of Simulation,

University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Joanne Donnelly, DNP, APRN, CRNA, Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director, Nurse Anesthesia, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Nellie Munn Swanson, DNP, MPH, APRN, CPNP-PC, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Chapter 11: Case Studies in Applied Informatics during COVID-19

Brenda Kulhanek, PhD, MSN, MS, RN-BC, NPD-BC, NE-BC, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing

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Editor(s)

Biography

Connie White Delaney, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, FACMI, FNAP serves as Professor and Dean at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing and is the Knowledge Generation Lead for the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education. 

 

Charlotte A. Weaver, PhD, MSPH, RN, FHIMSS, FAAN is a visionary senior executive, now retired after 40+ years of experience in nursing informatics, patient safety and quality, evidence-based nursing practices and healthcare automation in acute, ambulatory, and post-acute care.

 

Joyce Sensmeier, MS, RN-BC, FHIMSS, FAAN is the Senior Advisor, Informatics for HIMSS, a non-profit organization focused on reforming the global health ecosystem through the power of information and technology.

 

Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, MS, RN, FAMIA is an Assistant Professor University of Minnesota School of Nursing and Affiliate Faculty at the Institute for Health Informatics, University of Minnesota.

 

Patrick Weber, MA, RN, FIAHSI, FGBHI is the Managing Director and Principal of Nice Computing in Lausanne, Switzerland and has been an active leader in the European health informatics field for over 30 years, serving as his country’s representative to IMIA-Nursing for over a decade and has held numerous Board level positions in IMIA-Nursing as well.