Kresge Library

Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics Conference

The Oakland University School of Nursing will be hosting the Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics (WINI) Conference from November 17-18, 2006. The conference will be held on the campus of Oakland University, in the Lake Michigan Room of the Oakland Center.

Purpose: The conference focuses on trends and issues in practice facing the nursing profession, and provides a comprehensive examination of nursing informatics theories, impact of human factors, systems analysis and design approaches. Methods for managing both information databases and systems, as well as the evaluation of computer technology systems, are included. The content provides an opportunity to prepare for the ANCC Nursing Informatics Certification Exam and is conducted by certified informatics nurses.

For more information, please contact Tom Schumann at (248) 370-4510 or To reserve your seat at the conference, visit (sorry, payment cannot be accepted online at this time).

Full-Text Articles about Nursing Informatics*:
  • Bailey, J. (2006). Nursing specialty: What is nursing informatics? Pennsylvania Nurse 61 (1), 25.
  • Barton, A.J. (2005). Cultivating informatics competencies in a community of practice. Nursing Administration Quarterly 29 (4), 323-8.
  • Cheng, R.T.S. (2005). Health informatics: shaping the future of nursing. Singapore Nursing Journal 32 (1), 16-9.
  • Hoo, W. and L.L. Parisi. (2005). Nursing informatics -- tools for performance improvement. Nursing informatics approach to analyzing staffing effectiveness indicators. Journal of Nursing Care Quality 20 (3), 215-9.
  • Langowski, C. (2005). The times they are a changing: effects of online nursing documentation systems. Quality Management in Health Care 14 (2), 121-5.
  • Simpson, R.L. (2005). Nursing informatics. From tele-ed to telehealth: The need for IT ubiquity in nursing. Nursing Administration Quarterly 29 (4), 344-8.
  • Simpson, R.L. (2005). Nursing informatics. e-Ethics: New dilemmas emerge alongside new technologies. Nursing Administration Quarterly 29 (2), 179-82.
  • Simpson, R.L. (2005). Nursing informatics. Patient and nurse safety: how information technology makes a difference. Nursing Administration Quarterly 29 (1), 97-101.
  • Skiba, D.J. (2005). Emerging technologies center. Preparing for evidence-based practice: Revisiting information literacy. Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (5),
Books at Kresge Library about Nursing Informatics:
  • Joos, Irene, et al. (2006). Introduction to computers for healthcare professionals.
  • Hunt, Eleanor Callahan. (2004). The nursing informatics implementation guide .
  • Fitzpatrick, Joyce J. and Kristen S. Montgomery (Eds). (2003). Internet resources for nurses.
  • Engelbardt, Sheila P. (2002). Health care informatics : an interdisciplinary approach.

Created on 12/12/06 by 11/21/02 by Robert Slater / Last updated on 3/7/18 by Robert Slater
Oakland University

Oakland University, Kresge Library
2200 N Squirrel Rd., Rochester, MI 48309
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