ICYMI During Nurses Week
It’s time for our morning rounds! ICYMI – here are some more stories in celebration of National Nurses Week which was May 6 – 10 this month.
Infographic by Wolters Kluwer, Health (@wkhealth)
What is Nursing Informatics?
While there are many ways to explain nursing informatics, the definition provided by the American Nurses Association (ANA) and recommended by HIMSS has become widely referenced in response to the question, “What is nursing informatics?” Find out the answer and watch Danielle Siarri, MSN, RN, talk with HIMSSTV about how technology is improving coordination and discusses some of the innovation she has witnessed across the globe.
“Nursing informatics specialists are the translators that have evolved into health tech innovators who establish businesses, manage medical economics, create technology and amplify the voice of end-user clinicians.” — @innonurse https://t.co/Fj5JZgVvj4 #NursesWeek #Nurses4HIT
— HIMSS (@HIMSS) May 20, 2019
Start saving your pennies now so you can make it to this exciting International Nursing Conference hosted by Florence Nightingale Foundation (@2020Nightingale) in London. Commemorating the bicentenary of Florence Nightingale’s birth this international conference will set the agenda for nursing to transform global health and care. The Nightingale2020 programme gives nurse leaders the tools they need to make an impact through their work, to build value in the nursing profession, to use health tech in patient care and to improve global health and care for the next generation. Register today.
We’re excited to announce a new international nursing conference taking place in the bicentenary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. Hosted by @FNightingaleF it will position nursing as a lever to transform global health and care. October 26-28 2020 #NursesWeek pic.twitter.com/WzpH1gzkyD
— Nightingale2020 (@2020Nightingale) May 15, 2019
The Highest Paid Nursing Specialties of 2019 and How To Find Your Niche
All nursing roles aren’t created equally? Contrary to what most people believe, nurses aren’t paid the same. Their specialty and skills can play a huge role in the amount of money they receive for their service. NurseBuff (@nurse_buff) reports on some of their findings.
— Nurses Etc. Staffing (@nursesetcwarsaw) May 25, 2019
National Nurses Week 2019: Nurses leading change in digital health solutions
At four million strong in the United States, nurses care and advocate for patients and families from the bedside to the boardroom. When we talk about using our Microsoft technology and solutions to improve care and assist clinicians, it’s those four million nurses we want to empower. On the front lines of healthcare, nurses are the first to know whether technology helps or hinders their communication, workflow, procedures, and delivers what it promises.
— Microsoft for Healthcare (@Health_IT) May 24, 2019
— NurseBuff (@Nurse_Buff) July 9, 2017
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