FOGI: I’m here, now what? A New Graduate’s Perspective on Education Around Nursing Informatics with Madeline Stadler, Registered Nurse at Duke University Hospital
Did you know? It’s an exciting time to become involved in informatics!
In this episode of the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern sits down to talk with Madeline Stadler, a nurse at Duke University Hospital, about education around nursing informatics. Madeline recently graduated from Duke, where she got her Quantitative Management Health Analytics Master’s Degree, and is currently looking at how to get more involved in the informatics space, which is why she reached out to TJ and started a conversation around the subject. Madeline shares that she feels excited about the operations side of nursing informatics and running units with improved workflows. They discuss Duke University’s informatics program and the benefits a new graduate can take from it. Madeline reflects on her education and highlights the importance of knowledge application and practice in the field. This episode was a delightful coaching session and chat.
Tune in to listen to a new nursing informatics graduate and learn from her experience!
Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health