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Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century - Embracing a Digital World, 3rd Edition, Book 4
Nursing in an Integrated Digital World that Supports People, Systems, and the Planet





ISBN 9781032249827
Published April 29, 2022 by Productivity Press
252 Pages 15 B/W Illustrations

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In Nursing in an Integrated Digital World that Supports People, Systems, and the Planet, the leading-edge innovators in digital health applications, global thought leaders, and multinational, cooperative research initiatives are woven together against the backdrop of health equity and policy-setting bodies, such as the United Nations and the World Health Organization. As the authors prepared this book, the world is struggling with the core issues of access to care, access to needed medical equipment and supplies, and access to vaccines. This access theme is reflected throughout the policy and world health chapters with an emphasis on how this COVID-19 pandemic is exposing the fissures, divides, unfairness, and unpreparedness that are in play across our globe. Sustainability and global health policy are linked to the new digital technologies in the chapters that illustrate healthcare delivery modalities that nurse innovators are developing, leading, and using to deliver care to hard-to-reach populations for better population health. A trio of chapters focus on the underlying need for standards to underlie nursing care in order to capture the data needed to enable new science and knowledge discoveries. The authors give particular attention to the cautions, potential for harm, and biases that the artificial intelligence technologies of algorithms and machine learning pose in healthcare. Additionally, they have tapped legal experts to review the legal statues, government regulations, and civil rights law in place for patients’ rights, privacy, and confidentiality, and consents for the United States, the United Kingdom, and the European Union. The book closes with a chapter written by the editors that envisions the near future—the impact that the new digital technologies will have on how care is delivered, expanding care settings into community and home, virtual monitoring, and patient generated data, as well as the numerous ways that nurses’ roles and technology skill sets must increase to support the global goals of equal access to healthcare.

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: UN Sustainable Development Goals and Planetary Health: Alignment with Nursing Informatics

Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, FAAN, FNAP, Clinical Professor and Director of Planetary Health, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Carlos Alberto Faerron Guzmán, M.D., M.Sc., Planetary Health Alliance-Harvard University; Planetary Health Alliance, University of Maryland, Baltimore; Centro Interamericano para la Salud Global

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

Carolyn M. Porta, PhD, MPH, RN, SANE-A, FAAN, FNAP, Professor, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Andre Uhl, PhD, MA, BA, Fellow, Planetary Health Alliance- Harvard University

Chapter 2: Health Equity and Equal Access to Care for Better Health Globally

R. B. Marasinghe, PhD, M.Phil, MBBS, Head/Professor, Department of Medical Education, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura and President Health Informatics Society of Sri Lanka (HISSL)

R. M. Madhuwanthi B.Sc (Hons) Nursing, RN, Nursing Officer, University Hospital-Kothalawala Defence University, Sri Lanka

Chapter 3: Social Determinants of Health. Trends and issues in three developing countries.

Patrick Weber, MA, RN, Founder, Nice Computing SA

Vivian Vimarlund, PhD, School of Engineering and Technology, Linköping University

Ivana Ognjanović, PhD, University of Donja Gorica

Oommen John, MD, MBA, The George Institute for Global Health India

Ying Wu, PhD, RN, School of Nursing, Capital Medical University

Meihua Ji, PhD, MSN, RN, School of Nursing, Capital Medical University

B. Kavitha, RNRM, MA, MHSc, MSc Nursing, MSc Health Informatics, Health Informatics Supervisor GKNM Hospital  

Suptendra Nath Sarbadhikari, MBBS, PhD, The George Institute of Global Health India

Chapter 4: Leveraging a Unique Nurse Identifier to Improve Outcomes

Whende M. Carroll, MSN, RN-BC, FHIMSS, Director, Clinical Optimization, Contigo Health

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

Chapter 5: Impact of Social Media on Health: An Asian Perspective

Chiyoung Cha PhD, RN, College of Nursing & System Health and Engineering major in graduate school, Ewha Womans University

Suhyun Park, MSN, RN, PhD Candidate, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Chapter 6: Consumer Access and Control of Data, Data Sharing, Consumer Participation

Lisa A Moon PhD, RN, LHIT, CCMC, Founder/CEO, Advocate Consulting, OneSelf Technology LLC

Chapter 7: Data Security Implications in Digital Health, A Cautionary Tale

Elaine Zacharakis Loumbas, J.D., Health, Privacy & Technology Attorney, Zacharakis Loumbas Law, LLC

Marisol Peters MS, PMP, CISM, Chief Operations Officer, NationalNoteGroup Capital Funds

Chapter 8: Data Security, Cybersecurity, Legal and Ethical Implications for Digital Health: A European Perspective

Christoph Ellßel, PhD, LL.M Director, Competence Center on the Future of Aging at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences Munich

Daniel Flemming, PhD, RN, Professor of Nursing and Social Work Informatics, Department of Nursing, Catholic University of Applied Sciences Munich

Chapter 9: The Impact of Digital Technologies, Data Analytics, and AI on Nursing Informatics: The new skills and knowledge nurses need for the 21st Century

Charlene H. Chu, PhD, RN, GNC(c), Assistant Professor, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto; KITE-Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network

Aaron Conway, Ph.D, RN, Assistant Professor, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto

Lindsay Jibb, Ph.D, RN, Assistant Professor, Lawrence S Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto

Charlene E. Ronquillo , PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia Okanagan

Chapter 10: The Future of Nursing in a Digital Age: Planning for Rapid Change

Victoria L. Tiase, PhD, RN-BC, FAMIA, FNAP, FAAN, Director of Research Science, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital; Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medicine

Marcus D. Henderson MSN, RN, PhD Student, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing; Lecturer, Department of Family and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Chapter 11: Envisioning Digital Health and Nursing’s Call to Lead Unparalleled Transformation of Person-centered, Connected and Accessible Care

Connie White Delaney, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI, FNAP, Professor and Dean, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Charlotte A. Weaver, PhD, MSPH, RN, FHIMSS, FAAN, PIH Health Board Member, Retired Healthcare Executive, formerly Sr. Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Gentiva Health Services

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

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

Patrick Weber MA, RN, FIAHSI, FGBHI, Founder, Nice Computing SA

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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.