AMIA 2019 Informatics Educators Forum Posters

Wednesday, June 19

5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Integrating Electronic Health Record (EHR) Use Into Health Informatics Education Improves Students’ Understanding of the Impact of EHR Usability on Clinical Workflow
M. Clarke, D. Ghersi, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Integrating Population Health Informatics Into the Medical School Curriculum
M. Saltz, Stony Brook University; J. Almeida, NCI; C. Beverley, V. Lingam, J. Hajagos, C. Pomeroy, Y. Spreckels, Stony Brook University

Nursing Care and Health Information Systems Management
C. Valderrama, ENS/Universidad de Chile; S. Gutierrez Panchana, CENS; S. Hartel, CENS; F. Andrade, Universidad de Chile

The Development of Interdisciplinary Software Skills Training Modules for Health Informatics and Nursing Students
H. Sapci, Adelphi University, A. Sapci, MD

Practical Considerations in Designing an Introductory Computing Course for Biomedical Informatics Curriculum
A. Gupta, T. Borlawsky-Payne, S. Yu, A. Krussel, P. Payne, Washington University In St Louis

Galter DataLab: Expanded Informatics Training Through a Health Sciences Library
M. Carson, P. Shaw, S. Gonzales, K. Holmes, Northwestern University

Data Analysis: Best Practices for the Healthcare Professionals
J. Lintz, Parker University

Applying Evidence-based Effective Teaching Practices: Lessons Learned
A. Grando, Arizona State University

Respiratory Outpatient Clinics (ROC) Referral Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
L. Aruljyothi, University of Kansas/Children's Mercy Hospital; N. Shastri, L. Fitzmaurice, A. Christopher, Children's Mercy Hospital

Building Physician Informaticians: The State of Biomedical Informatics Education in American Medical Training
A. Plana, S. Volchenboum, D. Liebovitz, V. Arora, S. Cox, University of Chicago

Collaborations Towards Health Informatics Interprofessional Education: Role of Librarian
S. Kumar, University of Tennessee

Supporting Applied Clinical Informatics Research through Academic-practice Partnership
P. Yen, Washington University in St Louis/Barnes-Jewish College/BJC HealthCare; M. Schallom, BJC HealthCare

Building Telehealth Teams of the Future: Health Informatics Education to Promote Interprofessional Collaborative Practice
R. DuBose-Morris, Medical University of South Carolina