AuthorSockolow, Paulina S.
Procter, Paula M.
Stonham, Gill M.
Schmit, Donna Y.
Meek, Julie A.
Newbold, Susan K.
Newman, Kristine, Ph.D., M.Sc., R.N.
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DescriptionPeer Reviewed Podium and Poster presentations-- Sockolow: Are Nurses Happier After an Electronic Health Record Is Implemented at a Nurse-Managed Practice for the Elderly?; Brandt: Generating Nursing Evidence through Sparks of Innovation and Technology-The Magic of User Collaboration; Procter, Stonham: Describing Nursing for a Patient Care Information System-Where is the Wisdom?; Levin: The Perfect Storm-The Development of Nationally Standardized Nursing Documentation Templates for the VA Healthcare System; Doran: Improving Workplace Learning at the Pointof-Care Through Information Technology; Schmidt: What Gets in the Way of Nurses Accepting and Embracing Technology; Lin: The Impact of a Tailored Web-Based Educational Intervention on Women's Perceptions and Intentions for Mammography; Meek: Ten Ways Predictive Modeling Is Changing Health Care; Grelm: When Does a Bridge Become a Barrier?; Kitt: Leveraging Technology for Nursing Handoffs; Seckman: Clinicians’ perceptions of usability of an electronic medical record over time; Mullen-Fortino: Evaluation of Critical Care Telemedicine Nursing Interventions on Patient Outcomes, Professional Practice and Organizational Processes; Newbold: Information Technology Competencies for the DNP Student and Graduate; Newman: The utilization of reflective journals to explore nurses' experience using mobile information technology to access and use research evidence; Sadowski: Huntington Hospital Center for Nursing Decreasing Emergency Department Overcrowding and Improving Quality Outcomes through the Use of Information Technology and Innovative Nursing Practices
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