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informatician

(ɪnˌfɔːməˈtɪʃən)
n
(Communications & Information) a person who works or studies in the field of informatics
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Kamel Boulos, British health informatician, concluded:
credentials as a registered nurse, informatician, industrial engineer,
To have earned the DNP is to have mastered the essentials and to be prepared to apply them in a variety of roles, including those of midwife, nurse practitioner (many specialties), clinical nurse specialist, administrator, executive, policy maker, advocate, informatician, analyst, and more (AACN, 2006).
A working group comprised of RNAO's expert nursing informatician and expert terminologists from the International Council of Nurses then mapped the standardized interventions to ICNP.
This curriculum reflects the recognition that an informatician is a leader, and that success Is dependent on knowing how to effectively lead.
principal informatician in the Clinical Informatics Research and Development group at Partners Healthcare (partners, org/cird), said the consortium grappled with the need to create a safe approach to sharing CDS content, while ensuring that intellectual property rights of contributing parties are respected.
Last week's event featured presentations from Dr Ian McNicoll of Ocean Informatics, clinical informatician Dr Neill Jones and Black Pear Software's Dr Dunmail Hodkinson, as well as a panel of clinicians, developers and investors which discussed what they were looking for in a successful app or platform.
Having completed a Bachelor of Science honors degree in biomedical informatics (electronic health care systems) at the University of London and currently an approved UK Health Informatician working at a government hospital as a critical care clinical auditor, Atroshi sees the gaps in Kurdistan's health care system and is taking steps to change that.
Sarah Collins (nurse informatician at Partners Healthcare Systems in the Clinical Informatics Research and Development Department and as an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Division of General Internal Medicine and Primary Care.
Finally, a retrospective review of the individual patient records was undertaken by an informatician and a clinical psychologist who had been involved in the care of these patients.
Burke-Bebee, Walker, RN, Elliott MSIS, MS, RN, BSN, CWON Graduating Doctoral Wound Senior Coppin Candidate Ostomy State University of Nurse University Maryland Senior Specialist Helen Fuld Health Johns School of Informatician Hopkins Nursing Department of Bayview Health & Human Medical Services, Center Office of the Secretary (Federal) Session 2A Session 2E American Poster Veterans and Presentations/Judging Personal Health Attendees will review Records: Active posters to select the Players in winners of the $500 Medication Foundation Poster Reconciliation Awards.
4) In fact, Florence Nightingale is often attributed as being the first nurse informatician, as she used data she collected during the Crimean War to change the way she cared for her patients.
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