- Garcia-Dia, M., 2019. Project management in nursing informatics. Springer Publishing.
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Nursing Informatics Specialty
- Chapter 2: Integration Between Nursing Informatics Core Competencies and Project Management Competencies
- Chapter 3: Project Management 101: Getting Started
Respond to the following statement from your textbook:
â€œNursing informatics will continuously evolve together with the ubiquitous presence of data from multiple sources. The knowledge discovery from science and medicine will improve nursing practice through innovative care, treatment, and research. Nursing, in its wisdom and experience, will remain grounded in advocating and providing patient-centered care while collaborating interprofessionally with key stakeholders in adopting technology tools to improve safety and quality care.â€ Mary Joy Garcia-Dia (2019, pg. 9).
As you consider your scholarly practice project, identify an article(s) from the literature that demonstrates the application of informatics in acute or chronic care management, case management, home care, or education. Discuss if/how the article addresses the improvement of nursing practice, advocating or providing patient-centered care while collaborating interprofessionally with key stakeholders in adopting technology tools to improve safety and quality care.
Provides clear examples supported by course content and references. Cites three or more references, using at least one new scholarly resource that was not provided in the course materials. All instruction requirements noted.
Well-organized content with a clear and complex purpose statement and content argument. Writing is concise with a logical flow of ideas.
Correct APA formatting with no errors. The writer correctly identifies reading audience, as demonstrated by appropriate language (avoids jargon and simplifies complex concepts appropriately).Writing is concise, in active voice, and avoids awkward transitions and overuse of conjunctions. There are no spelling, punctuation, or word-usage errors.