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S1 Ep4 Nursing Informatics with Lisa Robinson, MSN, RN

Get in the know about nursing informatics and why this nursing specialty niche is an exciting, and growing, endeavor.
May 20, 2020

S1 Ep4 Nursing Informatics with Lisa Robinson, MSN, RN

Get in the know about nursing informatics and why this nursing specialty niche is an exciting, and growing, endeavor. We join Lisa Robinson, a clinical nurse informaticist, and learn about how data is being used to help drive improvements in nursing care and why interoperability between many different factors is crucial. Topics include knowledge of nursing informatics, evaluation of nursing documentation, value added data, and nurse decision making in the pathway of data –> information –> knowledge –> wisdom. This first person exclusive offers focus on how to boost the management of information and communications in the field of nursing. Specifically how a nursing informaticist specializes in the facilitation of data integration, information and knowledge so that better care is provided to support patients, nurses, other health care providers and other individuals in a patients care.

About Lisa: she is currently a Clinical Informatics Nurse on the PSH Information Services Optimization and Interoperability team. She has over 30 years of clinical experience in various adult ICU’s and over 6 years experience as an informatics nurse. Lisa earned her Diploma in Nursing from Lancaster General School of Nursing & ADN from Franklin & Marshal College in 1985; BSN from Slippery Rock in 2015 and an MSN in Nursing Informatics from Walden University in 2019. She has presented nationally at the Cerner Conference and ANCC Magnet Conference, has a certificate in sign language interpretation. She has served as a preceptor, charge nurse and Chair of the Nursing Practice Council. Lisa is an active member of the American Nursing informatics Association.

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