CASN survey seeking Clinical Nurse Educators’ perspectives on what schools of nursing could do to better prepare students for nursing informatics in practice settings

by Admin on October 18, 2011

in Surveys


The CASN Task Force on Nursing Informatics is gathering information around existing teaching and learning resources in nursing informatics. In particular, they are focusing on resources that faculty could use for teaching nursing informatics in their undergraduate curricula. They are contacting three stakeholder groups to complete the survey: CASN members, nursing students and clinical nurse educators employed by health care organizations,(e.g., hospitals, community care, etc.)

The following message is for Clinical Nurse Educators:
They have asked PNEIG to contact members in order to seek out four clinical nurse educators employed by Ontario health care organizations – not schools of nursing – who have taught some component of nursing informatics in their workplace to complete a survey. “Nursing informatics” might include any of the following components: computer skills, information management, database development and management, information literacy, teleconferencing, information and communications technologies (ICT), webinars, electronic health record, social media technology, e-health, information privacy, etc.

Given the timeframe, please contact Marian Pitters at by Friday October 21st, if you are interested and able to complete their survey.

Marianne Cochrane, Chair, PNEIG

Donna October 21, 2011 at 11:21 am

I am thrilled to read this! Being an educator in a healthcare organization and then transitioning to clinical informatics roles, there is such a need to focus on informatics, not from an IT perspective but from a workflow and leveraging technology lens. There is so much to learn in the works of informatics after all it is the new way of practicing…

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