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Nursing Informatics and the Foundation of Knowledge, Third Editionis the essential text for guiding students through the building blocks and applications of nursing informatics. The content is presented within the framework of the authors' Foundation of Knowledge model, which explains how nursing informatics relates to knowledge dissemination and feedback-all of which build the science of nursing.
The Third Edition has been expanded to include new chapters on Data Mining as a Research Tool and The Art of Caring in Technology-Laden Environments. This edition also features updated research findings and information on emerging technology trends, including information security advances, health information exchanges, care coordination and transition technologies, social media, and mobile health.
Updates to the Third Edition include:
• Essentials of Master's Education and QSEN competencies related to informatics
• Enchanced education section including smartphone use in education, enchanced mentoring, and simulated documentation
• Coverage of cutting-edge innovations, including wearable technology, cloud computing, smart devices, and social media
• An expanded research applications section including a new chapter on data mining
• New content on caring as a central concept to nursing practice regardless of the use of technology
About the Author
Dee McGonigle, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF-Chair, Virtual Learning Environments and Professor, Graduate Programs, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Editor-in-Chief, Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI) Dr. Dee McGonigle is a professor in the graduate programs and Chair of the virtual Learning environments (VLEs) at Chamberlain College of Nursing. She brings more than 35 years of experience in nursing and nursing informatics to this position. Dr McGonigle is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and a Fellow in the NLN Academy of Nursing Education. She is also a Certified Distance Education Instructor and a Certified Nurse Educator. She holds a doctoral degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh and a master's degree in family in the community and nursing education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She holds a bachelor's degree in nursing from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. McGonigle began her nursing career as an intensive care unit staff nurse in an urban teaching hospital and then found her passion in maternal child health care. She pursued teaching positions while advancing her education. After being introduced to the field of informatics while working towards her master's degree, she co-founded the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), a professional, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal. Dr. McGonigle was the Editor in Chief for the OJNI from 1996 through 2013. She developed the Foundation of Knowledge Model and the ETHICAL Model used to handle ethical challenges brought about by the volatile information age. Dr. McGonigle has presented internationally and nationally, co-authored two text books and written more than 100 articles. The text written for nurse educators to help them integrate technology to enhance teaching and learning, Integrating Technology into Nursing Education: Tools for the Knowledge Era, was AJN's 2010 Technology Book of the Year. She is a member of both the Informatics and Technology Expert Panel for the American Academy of Nursing and the Serious Gaming and Virtual Environments special interest group for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Kathleen Mastrian, PhD, RN-Associate Professor and Program Coordinator for Nursing, Pennsylvania State University, Shenango Dr Kathleen Mastrian is an Associate Professor of Nursing and Program Coordinator for the Shenango Campus of Penn State. She has a PhD in Sociology with an emphasis on Medical Sociology, A Master's degree in Nursing from Pitt and a BS in Nursing from Penn State. She has been involved in the education of non-traditional aged students for 30 years in the RN to BS nursing program. She is one of the founding proposers to place the RN to BS program online for the Penn State's World Campus, has developed three of the courses for that curriculum, and teaches at least one section per semester for the World Campus RN to BS program. She has extensive experience teaching informatics, research and sociology for the Shenango campus and has taught online for the World Campus for over 5 years