Presentation on theme: "2013 Celebrating 20 Years of Informatics Growth CoNI Celebrates 20 Years in 2013 In 1992, American Nurses Association identified Nursing Informatics."— Presentation transcript:
CoNI Celebrates 20 Years in 2013 In 1992, American Nurses Association identified Nursing Informatics as an area of specialty practice. In 1993, NC Informaticists formed CoNI and the Pink Book was drafted.
Original CoNI Members Berit Jasion, Terry Mears and Glenda DeBord
Are you a nurse trying to make electronic documentation fit into your nursing practice? Having problems with your workflow or EHR? Come to a CoNI meeting a learn how Nursing Informaticists are using electronic documentation improve patient outcomes CE at our CoNI meetings is free to all NCNA members Non-NCNA members pay $25 for CE credit Non-Nursing Informaticists are Welcome to Attend Meetings
Gain Nursing Informatics CE at every meeting (expand knowledge on informatics) Learn about Informatics Opportunities (to present, to represent, to participate) Participate in statewide and nationwide nursing informatics activities and initiatives Share best practices & discuss issues Increase your knowledge of evidence-based nursing informatics practice Network Benefits of CoNI Membership
All NCNA members may join the council. Non-members are encouraged to join NCNA and then select the CoNI as a preferred council membership. To join NCNA online, see How to Join on the webpage or contact NCNA for an application. How To Join CoNI
Develop and provide informatics continuing education Communicate Informatics news, resources, and opportunities Represent NCNA CoNI as needed Develop and submit reference proposals to NCNA, ANA Author articles in Tar Heel Nurse Consultants to NCNA for IT Member, Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI) CoNI Activities