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Search term: “health information competencies”

LIBRARY & INFORMATION COMPETENCIES
FOR THE NURSE PRACTITIONER STUDENT:
http://www.biomed.lib.umn.edu/nursgrant/student/compfront.html (from our very own U o MN!)


Search term: “data competencies”
Competency Data Standards & Specifications: http://www.ostyn.com/rescompetency.htm

HIM Assoc Degree Entry Level Competencies for American Health Inf. Mgmt Assn:
http://library.ahima.org/xpedio/groups/public/documents/ahima/bok1_025414.pdf
*Interesting to note that this one does not have the “Organizational Mgmt” section that the Bacc
Competencies listed next does.

HIM Bacc Degree Entry Level Competencies for AHIMA:
http://library.ahima.org/xpedio/groups/public/documents/ahima/bok1_025414.pdf

Search term: “core competencies working with data”
Returned nothing relevant to our work.

Search term: “core knowledge competencies nursing informatics”
Nursing Leadership (CJNL), 13(2) 2000: 11-14
A National Education Strategy To Develop Nursing Informatics Competencies
Hebert, M.

Abstract:
Advances in the sophistication of information and communication technologies offer nursing practitioners
opportunities for better information management, more complete documentation of their work and
knowledge development to support evidence-based nursing practice. However, a nursing culture that
recognizes and adopts the contributions of technology to practice is required to take advantage of these
opportunities. The nature of this change suggests a shift in emphasis from specialists in Nursing
Informatics (NI) to NI being integrated into all four domains of nursing practice. The magnitude of change
required on individual, organizational and professional levels points to the need for Nursing Informatics
education strategies on a national level. Recognizing the role and history of NI specialists, defining NI and
the required NI competencies are necessary first steps in developing such a plan. Expanding and adapting
the educational infrastructure required to support this initiative follows. A working committee at the
national level with representatives from a number of stakeholder groups is currently working on a National
Nursing Informatics Project to address these issues. This article summarizes key points of an initial
discussion paper.

				
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