informatics, nursing informatics, nursing informatics research, nursing
This article presents the annual project where we search the literature to learn the advances made in nursing informatics research. The Nursing Informatics Year in Review project originated with the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)-Nursing Informatics Work Group (NIWG) as a regular presentation at the AMIA-NIWG Sunday meeting. This article reports on the findings from project year four, 2015, that was presented at the AMIA-NIWG meeting in San Francisco, CA, in November 2015. As with prior years of this project, we have read articles that have contributed to further development of the science. This article presents the results from our systematic review of the nursing informatics literature and the emerging trends.
Original Publication Citation
Carrington, J. M., Tiase, V., Estrada, N., Shea, K. D., Dudding, K. M., Finley, B. A., Nibbelink, C., Rasmussen, R. J., Roberts, M. L. (2016). Nursing Informatics Research and Emerging Trends in 2015. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 34(7), 284-286.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Carrington, Jane M.; Tiase, Victoria; Estrada, Nicolette; Shea, Kimberly D.; Dudding, Katherine M.; Finley, Brooke A.; Nibbelink, Christine; Rasmussen, Ryan Jay; and Roberts, Monte L., "Nursing Informatics Research and Emerging Trends in 2015" (2016). Faculty Publications. 5318.
Computers, Informatics, Nursing
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