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AMIA2009 – Nursing Informatics Special Event November 15, 2009

Posted by peterjmurray in AMIA, conference, health informatics, nursing informatics, USA.
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Sunday morning, early, and AMIA2009 activities are already in full swing. Peter is attending the the Nursing Informatics Working Group (NIWG) Special Event. The first part of the event was an overview by Charlotte Weaver, talking about current activities and goals etc for the group. A number of international participants are the event, including Polun Chang from Taiwan and Kaija Saranto from Finland. About 60 people are attending the event at present.

The second part of the event is Diane Skiba, introducing work on the TIGER initiative, covering the development of the project so far and future plans. Next, Sue Newbold introduced the nursing informatics history project; she introduced the origins of the project, and the pioneering work of people such as Harriet Weley and Virginia Saba. Sue says the project aims to reaearch and document the history, including the stories of the pioneers through video interviews. The history project webpages are at https://www.amia.org/niwg-history-page The common themes from interviews etc have been extracted (http://coursedocs.umaryland.edu/Projects/amia/interviews.htm)

The third session was lead by Kaija Saranto and Patti Brennan, who introduced the work and outputs of the NI2009 post-conference. The book has been produced rapidly though a collaborative effort. The books is available as “Personal Health Info management: tools and strategies for citizens’ engagement” at http://www.uku.fi/vaitokset/2009/isbn978-951-27-1321-9.pdf (Book Info: Kaija Saranto, PF Brennan, Anne Casey, eds “Personal Health Info management: tools and strategies for citizens’ engagement” (University of Kuopio) ISBN 978-951-27-1321-9.

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