Browsing Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI) by Title
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|25 Years of the Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics |
|Accepted Poster Session Abstracts for the University of Maryland Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI) 2017: Clinical Practice, Health and the Internet of Things |
|Accepted Presentation Abstracts for the University of Maryland School of Nursing Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI) 2017: Clinical Practice, Health and the Internet of Things |
|Accurate, Easy to Use, Useful? Hospice and Home Health Nurses' Perceptions of the EHR |
|Achieving Information Security in the IoT-Based Nursing Information Systems: An Essential Challenge for the Future of Nursing Informatics |
|Adoption of health information exchange in long term and post-acute care (LTPAC): Reflections from the Missouri Quality Initiative |
|Affirming Proposed Variable Relationship Patterns in a Conceptual Model by Converting Qualitative Data to Causal Loop Diagrams |
|Albany Medical Center RN's Perception of the Soarian Electronic Plan of Care: One Year Follow Up |
|An alternative approach to CPOE 'Go Live' Support |
|Analyze This! Building Analytics Capacity in the Department of Veterans Affairs Workforce |
|Are We Advancing Meaningful Interoperability? |
|Award Winning Posters and Presentations from the University of Maryland School of Nursing, Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI) 2017: Clinical Practice, Health and the Internet of Things |
|Bedside Scanning Verification of Telemetry Monitors |
|Best Practice: Care Alerts in Maryland's Health Information Exchange, Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP) |
|Big Data Analytics and Clinical Decision Support |
|Breast Milk Bar Coding for Enhanced Patient Safety |
|Bridging the Gap Between IT and Patient Care Services Through Rounding |
|Care Team Communication: Enhancing the delivery and collaboration of patient care with a mobile technology |
|Case Study: Implementation of Electronic Health Record Using Rogers’s Diffusion of Innovation Theory |
|The Characteristics of Pressure Injury Photographs from the Electronic Health Record in Clinical Settings |
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