The TIGER Initiative, an acronym for Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform, was formed in 2004 to bring together nursing stakeholders to develop a shared vision, strategies, and specific actions for improving nursing practice, education, and the delivery of patient care through the use of health information technology (IT).
Written by Wey-Wen Jiang, Wei Chen and Yu-Chih Chen. Delphi questionnaires were used to explore competencies sorted into seven domains: concepts of hardware, software, and networks; principles of computer applications; skills of computer usage; program design; limitations of the computer; personal and social issues; and attitudes toward the computer.
A foundational document from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing containing informatics competencies that all registered nurses should possess upon graduating from an undergraduate nursing program in Canada
Written by Nancy Staggers, Carole A. Gassert and Christine Curran. Outlines desirable competencies for four levels: Beginning Nurse, Experienced Nurse, Informatics Specialist, and Informatics Innovator.
This journal was created to showcase Nursing Informatics initiatives in Canada and around the world. A peer-reviewed venue for Canadian and other researchers who work with Nursing Informatics to disseminate their research, essays, reviews, presentations, multimedia and other digital publishable materials on a global scale.
The open source international scientific journal for nursing informatics - nursing research, information and communication on the internet. Peer reviewed and HIMSS controlled.
This journal provides a peer reviewed international forum for the exchange of practice, innovation and research, representing the interdisciplinary nature of health informatics.
The IJMI is the official journal of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) and IMIA and provides an international medium for dissemination of original results and interpretative reviews concerning the field of medical informatics. .
JHMI is an open access scholarly journal that integrates the information and communication related to healthcare, medicine and their applications in medical information systems. This academic journal creates a platform for the authors to make their contribution towards the journal including Clinical Informatics, Medical Informatics, Nursing Informatics, Public-health-evaluation,Cellular and Molecular Engineering and other topics related to Health & Medical Informatics.
JCMC is a free peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.
JMIR is the leading open peer-reviewed journal for health and healthcare in the Internet age.
JAMIA is AMIA's premier peer-reviewed journal for biomedical and health informatics. Covering the full spectrum of activities in the field, JAMIA includes informatics articles in the areas of clinical care, clinical research, translational science, implementation science, imaging, education, consumer health, public health, and policy.
nformatics (ISSN 2227-9709) is an international, open access journal on information and communication technologies, human?computer interaction, and social informatics, and is published quarterly online by MDPI.
Citation: Kaminski, J. (2021). The Rise of Telehealth: COVID-19 and beyond. Editorial. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 16(1). http://cjni.net/journal/?p=8560Posted by Nursing Informatics Learning Center on Monday, 29 March 2021