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NU 716: Interprofessional Health Care and Informatics: Find Books
Biostatistics and Computer-Based Analysis of Health Data Using SAS by Mounir Mesbah; Christophe LalanneThis volume of the Biostatistics and Health Sciences Set focuses on statistics applied to clinical research. The use of SAS for data management and statistical modeling is illustrated using various examples. Many aspects of data processing and statistical analysis of cross-sectional and experimental medical data are covered, including regression models commonly found in medical statistics. This practical book is primarily intended for health researchers with a basic knowledge of statistical methodology. Assuming basic concepts, the authors focus on the practice of biostatistical methods essential to clinical research, epidemiology and analysis of biomedical data (including comparison of two groups, analysis of categorical data, ANOVA, linear and logistic regression, and survival analysis). The use of examples from clinical trials and epidemiological studies provide the basis for a series of practical exercises, which provide instruction and familiarize the reader with essential SAS commands. Presents the use of SAS software in the statistical approach for the management of data modeling Includes elements of the language and descriptive statistics Supplies measures of association, comparison of means, and proportions for two or more samples Explores linear and logistic regression Provides survival data analysis
Publication Date: 2017-06-22
Health Informatics by Ramona Nelson; Nancy Staggers
Publication Date: 2017-01-17
An Introduction to Nursing Informatics: Evolution & Innovation by Sue Houston (Editor); Tina Dieckhaus (Editor); Bob Kirchner (Editor); Renee Rookwood (Editor)This book is the ideal gateway to all the professional possibilities this continuously evolving discipline has to offer. Describing the evolution of nursing informatics from its origins to current practice in today's complex, diverse healthcare environment, this book offers the next generation of nurse informaticists a keen understanding of the discipline, best practices, and its scope of influence in healthcare. The book also explores Nursing Informatics as it is practiced today, including technology creation and implementation and the development of influential policies and best practices. Special features include 15 essays from nurses in myriad fields of influence, including academia, research, clinical settings, the executive suite, consulting, and government, as well as an Appendix featuring case profiles with questions listed by chapter.
Call Number: RT 50.5 .I587 2015
Publication Date: 2015-03-27
Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of PracticeNursing informatics (NI) is the specialty that integrates nursing science with multiple information and analytical sciences to identify, define, manage and communicate data, information, knowledge and wisdom in nursing practice.
Publication Date: 2014-01-01
Nursing Informatics for the Advanced Practice Nurse by Susan McBride; Mari TietzeDesigned specifically for graduate-level nursing informatics courses, this text focuses on using technology with an interprofessional team to improvepatient care and safety. It delivers an expansive and innovative approach to devising practical methods of optimizing technology to foster quality ofpatient care and support population health initiatives. Based on the requirements of the DNP Essential IV Core Competency for Informatics and aligning withfederal policy health initiatives, including the Affordable Care Act, the book describes models of information technology the authors have successfullyused in health information technology (HIT) to reinforce core competencies needed in multiple practice settings. Data management and analytics areemphasized in the text, supporting clinical improvement as well as business aspects of the health care system. The authors espouse a hybrid approach toteaching with a merged competency and concept-based curriculum. With an emphasis on the benefits of an interprofessional team, the book describes the most effective approaches to health care delivery using healthinformation technology. It describes a nursing informatics model that is comprised of three core domains: point-of-care technology, data management andanalytics, and patient safety and quality. The final section of the text explores new and emerging technologies, including genomics, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, data mining, expanded use of electronic measurements, and innovations in patient engagement in social media. Case studies andcritical thinking exercises support the concept-based curriculum and facilitate out-of-the-box thinking. Supplemental materials for instructors includePowerPoint slides and a test bank. While targeted primarily for the nursing arena, the text is also of value in medicine, health information management, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. KEY FEATURES: Addresses the DNP Essential IV Core Competency for Informatics Focuses specifically on using nursing informatics expertise to improve population health, quality, and safety Advocates an interprofessional team approach to optimizing health IT in all practice settings Stimulates critical thinking skills that can be applied to all aspects of IT health care delivery Discusses the newest approaches to interprofessional education for IT health care delivery Includes PowerPoint slides, a comprehensive test bank, and an instructor' s manual to help faculty with this challenging content, as well as a student study guide
Publication Date: 2015-10-01
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