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FOGI: Finding Your Way as a Nurse: Diving into Research and Evidence-Based Practice with Debra Graham, Vice President of Clinical Informatics at Physicians Services Group of Florida

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FOGI: Finding Your Way as a Nurse: Diving into Research and Evidence-Based Practice with Debra Graham, Vice President of Clinical Informatics at Physicians Services Group of Florida

September 28, 2022

FOGI: Finding Your Way as a Nurse: Diving into Research and Evidence-Based Practice with Debra Graham, Vice President of Clinical Informatics at Physicians Services Group of Florida

Writing your evidence-based practice is the best way to learn and teach.

In this episode of the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern talks with Debra Graham, Vice President of Clinical Informatics at Physicians Services Group of Florida. Debra didn’t want to be a nurse, and yet, she found her calling within clinical informatics. She talks about how she has worked from home for thirteen years to support staff nurses at the bedside and make their lives easier. She discusses various areas with technology where nurse informaticists have opportunities, expanding the job avenues they can perform, and highlights the importance of research for nurses to build their evidence-based practices. Debra encourages listeners to ask for what they want and get themselves in the rooms where the people they want to learn from are.

Tune in to listen to Debra’s advice based on her 40-year nursing career and her 15-year informaticist career!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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