NI 2021 ONLINE 23 AUGUST – 2 SEPTEMBER

Workshops

 

Immerse yourself in a facilitated workshop and work together to achieve learning objectives.

Date & time

Monday 23 August 2021 at 9:00am until 11:15am AEST

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Keywords

Evidence-based practice guidelines, pharmacogenomics, nursing process documentation, Rapid Risk Assessment (RRA), family health history, ethnicity

Integrating genomic guidelines to improve the quality and outcomes of care

Abstract: Nurses have been integrating clinical practice guidelines for a decade into nursing informatics and decision support to improve quality and outcomes of care. Nurses have also been facilitators of genomics in nursing through the continuum of care from prenatal care to end-of-life. This workshop will work with participants to identify nursing’s global participation in precision health through genomics. The pharmacogenomics guidelines that impact patient quality, safety, and outcomes specific to nursing will serve as a discussion platform for identifying general clinical nursing observations related to these guidelines. Pharmacogenomic guidelines have applications for all nurses regardless of academic level, role, or clinical specialty. Since nurses deliver, monitor side-effect, and describe outcomes of medication management, the guidelines necessitate integrating additional nursing assessments to management nursing informatics systems, and workflow to adopt to these guidelines.

Dr Kathleen McCormick 🇺🇸

Dr Kathleen McCormick 🇺🇸

Owner/Principal, SciMind, LLC

Dr Kathleen Calzone 🇺🇸

Dr Kathleen Calzone 🇺🇸

Research Geneticist, National Cancer Institute

Date & time

Tuesday 24 August 2021 at 3:00pm until 5:15pm AEST

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Keywords

Co-design, electronic medical record

How can we enhance nurse experiences of using EMRs in acute hospitals? A rapid co-design workshop

Abstract: Healthcare delivery has been transformed by Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems that have changed the ways in which clinicians work, interact and communicate. Despite the benefits that EMRs offer for record keeping, emerging literature suggests EMRs can have negative consequences for worker wellbeing and patient safety in increasingly complex health systems. Innovation is needed to ensure EMRs keep pace with shifting paradigms in technology, patient safety and worker wellbeing. In this workshop, small groups will be facilitated through an adapted 5-step ‘rapid-cycle’ human centered co-design process to innovate on ways to enhance health worker wellbeing using EMRs. The outcomes are twofold: 1) gain new insights about user experiences of EMR and ideas to enhance user wellbeing, and 2) experience a ‘rapid-cycle’ co-design process useful to engage busy hospital workers in human centered design, in time poor hospital settings.

Dr Bernice Redley

Dr Bernice Redley

Associate Professor, Deakin University

Rebecca Jedwab

Rebecca Jedwab

Critical Care Registered Nurse, Monash Health

Dr Helen Rawson

Dr Helen Rawson

Senior Research Fellow, Deakin University

Prof Elizabeth Manias

Prof Elizabeth Manias

Research Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Deakin University

Date & time

Wednesday 25 August 2021 at 6:00pm until 8:15pm AEST

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Keywords

Nursing, terminology, SNOMED CT, standards

SNOMED CT and ICNP

Abstract: SNOMED CT is a global controlled clinical terminology that works within EHR systems, to provide accurate coded clinical information, which is shareable between systems and also across borders through translations. SNOMED CT also supports working with other existing classifications and terminologies, and has been working since 2016 with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) on the alignment of SNOMED CT and ICNP (International Classification of Nursing Practice). This workshop will provide an overview of SNOMED CT structure and functionality, and importantly, why these factors are important for current and future nursing practice. The workshop will also explain the work undertaken to date with ICN.

Prof Nick Hardiker 🇬🇧

Prof Nick Hardiker 🇬🇧

Professor of Nursing and Health Informatics, University of Huddersfield

Jane Millar 🇬🇧

Jane Millar 🇬🇧

Collaboration and Clinical Engagement Lead, SNOMED International

Ian Green 🇬🇧

Ian Green 🇬🇧

Customer Relations Lead, Europe and Clinical Engagement Business Manager, SNOMED International

Prof Ásta-Thoroddsen 🇮🇸

Prof Ásta-Thoroddsen 🇮🇸

Editor-in-Chief, International Council of Nurses

Date & time

Tuesday 27 August 2021 at 7:00am until 9:15pm AEST

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Keywords

EBP, evidence-based practice, nursing informatics, nursing knowledge, eRepository

IMIA evidence based practice workshop getting nursing informatics evidence into practice

Abstract: Evidence based nursing informatics is crucial in the development and implementation of digital health solutions and continuous development of evidence based practice in Nursing. The global aim of the IMIA Nursing Informatics Working Groups’ Evidence Based Practice Working Group is to share evidence based and best practice nursing informatics. This is accomplished through international contributions and collaborations from nursing and health informaticians globally and housing the knowledge within the Nursing Knowledge Big Data (NKBD) eRepository. This workshop will do a demonstration of the eRepository and aims to establish global participation in its use and contributions to the knowledge eRepository.

Robyn Cook CHIA 🇬🇧

Robyn Cook CHIA 🇬🇧

Director, Epsilon Informatics

Adj Prof Ulla-Mari Kinnunen 🇫🇮

Adj Prof Ulla-Mari Kinnunen 🇫🇮

Senior Lecturer, University of Eastern Finland

Dr Lynda Hardy 🇺🇸

Dr Lynda Hardy 🇺🇸

Director of Data Science and Discovery - College of Nursing, The Ohio State University

Date & time

Monday 30 August 2021 at 6:00pm until 8:15pm AEST

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Keywords

Nursing informatics, health informatics, nursing education, curriculum framework, person-centred care

Development of curriculum frameworks: Embedding health informatics into entry-to-practice nursing curriculum

Abstract: Within the Australian tertiary education sector responsible for graduate training, the curriculum framework intended to enable the existing healthcare workforce to deliver healthcare with evolving technology remains unclear. A discord exists between the regulations and expectations of accrediting bodies and embedding health informatics without over burdening the existing curriculum. There are also dissonances between accrediting bodies and health informatics societies; the expectations of graduate attributes and training requirements to service existing technologies effectively, versus a focus on principles of health informatics. This workshop aims to provide a robust environment for deliberation on reconciling the need to meet accreditation standards, incorporating health informatics into the curriculum without losing the person-centred framework underpinning contemporary nursing.

A/Prof Zerina Tomkins

A/Prof Zerina Tomkins

Associate Professor of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University

Kalpana Raghunathan

Kalpana Raghunathan

PhD Candidate, School of Nursing and Midwifery, La Trobe University

Dr Helen Almond FAIDH

Dr Helen Almond FAIDH

Project Nurse - Child Health and Parenting Service, Tasmanian Health Service

Date & time

Wednesday 1 September 2021 at 6:00pm until 8:15pm AEST

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Keywords

Governance, promotion, strategic goals, visions

Nursing informatics governance and future directions

Abstract: The International Medical Informatics Association Nursing Informatics Special Interest Group (IMIA NI) fosters collaboration among nurses and others who are interested in nursing informatics to facilitate development in the field across the globe. The current Executive Committee who will serve from 2021 to 2024, comprises a Chair and four Vice Chairs. Together they will facilitate a discussion within this workshop on the IMIA NI governance structure and strategic goals. The recent changes wrought by COVID-19 are likely to impact the future direction of IMIA NI. Discussion with the audience will seek feedback on the IMIA NI vision, mission and purpose to take us forward as a global community in a post-pandemic world.

Prof Nick Hardiker 🇬🇧

Prof Nick Hardiker 🇬🇧

Professor of Nursing and Health Informatics, University of Huddersfield

Dr Ann Kristin Rotegård 🇳🇴

Dr Ann Kristin Rotegård 🇳🇴

Manager, VAR Healthcare, & Chair, IMIA NI

Dr Michelle Honey 🇳🇿

Dr Michelle Honey 🇳🇿

Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, The University of Auckland

Dr Margie Kennedy 🇨🇦

Dr Margie Kennedy 🇨🇦

Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Gevity Consulting

Prof Joy Lee 🇹🇼

Prof Joy Lee 🇹🇼

Associate Professor Nursing Director, Cheng Hsin General Hospital