Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics

Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics

The book addresses the following informatics competencies required of PharmD graduates: Store, retrieve, and analyze health information. Optimize the medication prescribing and ordering process. Aid in clinical decision making.

Author: Brent I. Fox

Publisher: Amer Pharmacists Assn

ISBN: 1582121443

Category: Medical

Page: 507

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Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics is designed to provide student pharmacists with the knowledge and competencies required to use informatics in the practice of pharmacy. The organization helps conceptualize and identify technologies as employed in the medication use processes. The book addresses the following informatics competencies required of PharmD graduates: Store, retrieve, and analyze health information. Optimize the medication prescribing and ordering process. Aid in clinical decision making. Automate the medication delivery processes. Facilitate pharmacy management.
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Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice

Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice

As you become more and more familiar with the key pharmacy-related
components of the medical history and physical examination, you will find it
easier to navigate the chart to obtain ... Building core competencies in pharmacy
informatics.

Author: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Ambulatory Care Beaumont Hospital Colleen Doherty Lauster

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9781449645113

Category: Medical

Page: 350

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Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice enables students and new pharmacists to master the skills associated with clinical care in either the inpatient or outpatient setting. In accessible steps, this valuable resource provides the tools for gaining medication histories from patients and counseling them on the most effective and safe manner to take medications. Each chapter explores the background and practice of a critical skill, tools that aid in its development and mastery, and tips for success. Students and pharmacists will come away with the knowledge to identify drug-related problems and formulate plans for solutions to these problems. Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice prepares future pharmacists to communicate effectively in verbal and written formats with health professionals and special patient populations as they prepare and present SOAP notes, patient cases, and discharge counseling.
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Health Professionals Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems Mobile Computing and Social Networks

Health Professionals  Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems  Mobile Computing and Social Networks

Setting the stage: consensus-based development of pharmacy informatics
competencies. In: Fox BI, Felkey BG, Thrower M, editors. Building core
competencies in pharmacy informatics. Washington, DC: American Pharmacists
Association; ...

Author: Aviv Shachak

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128093214

Category: Medical

Page: 530

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Health Professionals' Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems, Mobile Computing and Social Networks addresses the challenges posed by information and communication technology to health professionals’ education, and the lessons learned from field experiences and research. This book is divided in three parts: "the changing landscape of information and communication technology in health care", in which it discusses how information and communication technology is transforming health care and the implications of these changes for health professions education; "experiences from the field", with real-life examples of health professionals’ education in and for the digital era; and "evaluation of students and programs", addressing the use of technology to assess learners as well as the complexity of evaluating programs to enhance competence in an information technology-rich health care world Written by leading researchers from different parts of the world, the book is a valuable source for educators and professionals who are active or wish to be part of the health informatics field. Brings an in-depth understanding and background on the challenges for education of the health professions brought by information and communication technology Provides real-life examples on how technology is used in healthcare and how it can be used in education Presents valuable information in a visually appealing format with tables and figures
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Clinical Informatics Study Guide

Clinical Informatics Study Guide

This books provides content that arms clinicians with the core knowledge and competencies necessary to be effective informatics leaders in health care organizations.

Author: John T. Finnell

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319227535

Category: Medical

Page: 536

View: 188

This books provides content that arms clinicians with the core knowledge and competencies necessary to be effective informatics leaders in health care organizations. The content is drawn from the areas recognized by the American Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) as necessary to prepare physicians to become Board Certified in Clinical Informatics. Clinical informaticians transform health care by analyzing, designing, selecting, implementing, managing, and evaluating information and communication technologies (ICT) that enhance individual and population health outcomes, improve patient care processes, and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship. As the specialty grows, the content in this book covers areas useful to nurses, pharmacists, and information science graduate students in clinical/health informatics programs. These core competencies for clinical informatics are needed by all those who lead and manage ICT in health organizations, and there are likely to be future professional certifications that require the content in this text.​
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Information Technology in Pharmacy

Information Technology in Pharmacy

Select. Bibliography. IT Basics for Pharmacists Fisher R. Information technology
for pharmacists. Pharmaceutical Press: London; 2006 Pharmacy Informatics Fox
BI, Thrower MR, Felkey BG. Building core competencies in pharmacy informatics.

Author: Stephen Goundrey-Smith

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447127802

Category: Medical

Page: 240

View: 444

IT in Pharmacy: An Integrated Approach aims to describe and discuss the major areas of pharmacy IT innovation (e-prescribing, drug databases, electronic patient records, clinical decision support, pharmacy management systems, robots and automation etc) from a systems and a professional perspective. It will also consider how the areas of pharmacy IT link together and can be used to enable and develop pharmacy professional practice. The book will examine pharmacy IT from an international perspective, taking into account all parts of the world where IT systems are used in pharmacy practice – namely – North America, the UK, Western Europe and Australia – and will compare pharmacy IT in the different regions. This book is from the author of Principles of Electronic Prescribing (Springer, 2008)
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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Society

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Society

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. “ASHP Statement on the
Pharmacist's Role in Informatics.” American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy,
v.64/2 (2007). Fox, B. I. Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics.

Author: Sarah E. Boslaugh

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781506346182

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 1888

View: 659

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Society explores the social and policy sides of the pharmaceutical industry and its pervasive influence in society. While many technical STM works explore the chemistry and biology of pharmacology and an equally large number of clinically oriented works focus on use of illegal drugs, substance abuse, and treatment, there is virtually nothing on the immensely huge business (“Big Pharma”) of creating, selling, consuming, and regulating legal drugs. With this new Encyclopedia, the topic of socioeconomic, business and consumer, and legal and ethical issues of the pharmaceutical industry in contemporary society around the world are addressed. Key Features: 800 signed articles, authored by prominent scholars, are arranged A-to-Z and published in a choice of electronic or print formats Although arranged A-to-Z, a Reader's Guide in the front matter groups articles by thematic areas Front matter also includes a Chronology highlighting significant developments in this field All articles conclude with Further Readings and Cross References to related articles Back matter includes an annotated Resource Guide to further research, a Glossary, Appendices (e.g., statistics on the amount and types of drugs prescribed, etc.), and a detailed Index The Index, Reader’s Guide, and Cross References combine for search-and-browse capabilities in the electronic edition The SAGE Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Society is an authoritative and rigorous source addressing the pharmacology industry and how it influences society, making it a must-have reference for all academic libraries as a source for both students and researchers to utilize.
Categories: Health & Fitness

Pharmacy Management Third Edition

Pharmacy Management  Third Edition

Lockwood WA. 2010. Automation of ambulatory care pharmacy operations. In
Fox BI, Thrower MR, Felkey BG (eds), Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy
Informatics, Washington, DC: American Pharmacists Association, pp.299–310.

Author: Shane Desselle

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071774321

Category: Medical

Page: 656

View: 548

A comprehensive pharmacy management textbook that combines evidence-based management theories with practical solutions for the issues pharmacists face every day Covering everything from operations management and purchasing to Medicare Part D, this complete guide explains vital pharmacy management topics across all practice settings. Featuring material derived from the best and most contemporary primary literature, this comprehensive text focuses on teaching the skills essential to the everyday practice of pharmacy. Pharmacy Management, 3e is enriched by input from faculty who teach pharmacy management, from pharmacy students, and from pharmacists who apply management principles in their daily practice. More than any other text, it reflects the challenges facing today’s pharmacist. The book is filled with advice from the field’s top experts who take you through the principles applicable to all aspects of pharmacy practice, from managing money to managing personal stress. Long after you’ve completed your last course, you’ll turn to Pharmacy Management for answers to make your practice more professionally rewarding and personally enriching. FEATURES: Every chapter in the third edition has been updated to reflect the latest trends and developments Several new chapters designed to promote a more global understanding of pharmacy management have been added, including: Establishing the Value Proposition of Pharmacy Management, Applications in Managed and Specialty Environments, Management of Comprehensive Pharmacy Services in Safety Net Clinics, Pharmacy Management Applications in Varied Health Care Systems A scenario-based presentation combines practical solutions with evidence-based management theories and models, which are directly applied to cases and examples
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Pharmacy Management Essentials for All Practice Settings Fifth Edition

Pharmacy Management  Essentials for All Practice Settings  Fifth Edition

Lockwood WA. 2010. Automation of ambulatory care pharmacy operations. In
Fox BI, Thrower MR, Felkey BG (eds.) Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy
Informatics. Washington, DC: American Pharmacists Association, pp. 299–310.

Author: Shane P Desselle

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9781260456394

Category: Medical

Page:

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The leading text on pharmacy management – updated to reflect the latest trends and topics Pharmacy Management is a comprehensive textbook that combines evidence-based management theories with practical solutions for the issues pharmacists face every day. Enhanced by input from educators, researchers, students and practicing pharmacists, the Fifth Edition addresses the evolving role of pharmacists in today’s every-changing environment. Covering the gamut of activities performed by pharmacists, from managing money to managing personal stress, this complete guide explains vital pharmacy management topics across all practice settings. Featuring material derived from the best and most contemporary primary literature, Pharmacy Management focuses on learning the skills essential to the everyday practice of pharmacy. Long after readers have completed pharmacy school, they will turn to Pharmacy Management for answers to make their practice more professionally rewarding and personally enriching. •Market: Physical Therapy students (30,000/USA) •New Chapters: Ethical Decision Making and Problem Solving, Negotiating, and Pharmacy Technicians •Covers all aspects of pharmacy management, from managing money and people to personal stress
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Pharmacy Management Essentials for All Practice Settings Fourth Edition

Pharmacy Management  Essentials for All Practice Settings  Fourth Edition

JAMA 274:35–43. lockwood Wa. 2010. automation of ambulatory care pharmacy
operations. in Fox Bi, Thrower Mr, Felkey Bg (eds.) Building Core Competencies
in Pharmacy Informatics. Washington, dc: american Pharmacists association, ...

Author: Shane P Desselle

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071845441

Category: Medical

Page: 656

View: 626

#1 Pharmacy Management Text!!! As pharmacy practice moves from a product orientation to a patient orientation, there are unique challenges that arise in managing the value-added services that pharmacists are developing to meet patient needs in medication therapy management. A section of this book is dedicated to the planning, implementation, and reimbursement of these new patient care services offered by pharmacists. Several chapters are dedicated to describing the risks inherent in pharmacy practice, and the impact that laws, regulations, and medication errors have on pharmacy management. The final section describes how manage-ment functions are applied in specific pharmacy practice settings (independent, chain, health systems, managed environments, safety net operations), and settings in unique health systems. ■ HOW E AC H C H A P T E R I S O RG A N I Z E D Each chapter is divided into several sections to facilitate the reader’s understanding and application of the material. Chapters begin with a list of learning objectives that outline the major topics to be addressed. A brief scenario is used to describe how a pharmacy student or pharmacist may need or apply the information described this chapter in their daily lives or practice. Questions at the start of each chapter provide direction and assist the reader in understanding what they can expect to learn. The text of each chapter provides comprehensive coverage of the content and theory underlying the major concepts. References to the management and pharmacy literature are commonly used to provide readers with links to additional background information. Explanations and applications are also used to help readers better understand the need to master and apply each concept. Questions at the end of each chapter encourage readers to think about what they have just learned and apply these concepts in new ways. ■ WHAT STUDENTS WILL GAIN FROM THIS BOOK If you are a pharmacy student, this book will help you gain an appreciation for the roles of management in pharmacy practice, regardless of your future position or practice setting. This book will also provide you with a variety of management theories and tools that you can apply in your daily life. For educators, this book has been designed as a comprehensive pharmacy management textbook. As a whole, it is meant to be used in survey courses that cover many areas of pharmacy management. The section format also allows the book to be used in courses that focus on specific pharmacy management functions or topics. The sections and content of each chapter are meant not only to provide valuable information that is easy for students to understand, but also to stimulate further discussion and motivate students to learn more on their own.
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Drug Information A Guide for Pharmacists Sixth Edition

Drug Information  A Guide for Pharmacists  Sixth Edition

Building core competencies in pharmacy informatics. Washington, DC: American
Pharmacists Association; 2010. 2. Hersh W. A stimulus to define informatics and
health information technology. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2009;9(1):24. 3.

Author: Patrick M. Malone

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9781259837982

Category: Medical

Page: 1456

View: 193

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The guide pharmacists and students turn to first for cutting-edge coverage of drug information A Doody’s Core Title for 2019! The goal of Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, Sixth Edition is to teach students and practitioners how to effectively research, interpret, evaluate, collate, and disseminate drug information in the most efficient and effective manner possible. Updated to reflect the realities of today’s practice, the book also addresses important issues such as the legal and ethical considerations of providing drug information. Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists begins by introducing the concept of drug information, including its history, and provides details on the various places drug information specialists may find employment. This is followed by information on how to answer a question, from the process of gathering necessary background information through determining the actual informational need, to answering the question. The chapter on drug information resources includes descriptions of the most commonly used references and contains new information on apps available to practitioners. As with past editions, practical examples are also provided. The Sixth Edition has been updated throughout, with chapters from previous editions rearranged to make the subject flow better. This edition is also enhanced by the addition of new chapters on journal clubs and counterfeit drugs/drug shortages. In addition, coverage of Policy Development, Project Design and Implementation has been greatly expanded.
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Best Practices for Hospital Health system Pharmacy

Best Practices for Hospital   Health system Pharmacy

care system reengineering needed to optimize the medication - use process and
improve patient safety and outcomes . ... safety and confidentiality , Attain key
leadership roles within the health care technology industry , professional practice
associations , and health ... Pharmacy informaticists need to develop a set of
practical informatics competencies to manage medication - related data and
information ...

Author: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015045509646

Category: Hospital pharmacies

Page:

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Categories: Hospital pharmacies

Drug Information A Guide for Pharmacists Fourth Edition

Drug Information  A Guide for Pharmacists  Fourth Edition

Students as well as practicing professionals (e.g., physicians, nurses,
pharmacists, respiratory therapists) learn little about human factors ... care as
members of an interdisciplinary team, emphasizing evidence-based practice,
quality improvement approaches, and informatics. ... strategies are outlined in the
book: - Develop and build consensus around a common language and core
competencies.

Author: Patrick Malone

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071624954

Category: Medical

Page: 1192

View: 182

Everything pharmacists need to know about drug information management Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, Fourth Edition teaches students and professionals how to research, interpret, evaluate, collate, and disseminate drug information in the most effective and efficient manner possible. Updated throughout, the book also addresses other important issues such as the legal and ethical considerations of providing information, how to respond to requests for information, and how to determine what information should be made available. Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, Fourth Edition covers essential topics such as: Formulating effective responses and recommendations for information Evaluation of drug literature The application of statistical analysis in the biomedical sciences Drug evaluation monographs Adverse drug reactions Medication and patient safety Investigational drugs New to this edition: Five new chapters: “Policy Development, Project Design, and Implementation,” “Drug Information in Ambulatory Care,” “Drug Information and Contemporary Community Pharmacy Practice,” “Drug Information Education and Training,” and “Pharmaceutical Industry and Regulatory Affairs: Opportunities for Drug Information Specialists” Key Concepts have been added to the beginning of each chapter and are identified with icons in the chapter text Case Studies and multiple-choice questions have been added to most chapters Twenty-two appendices include: Drug Consultation Request Form, Performing a PubMed® Search, Questions for Assessing Clinical Trials, and Questions to Consider for Critique of Primary Literature.
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Essentials of Nursing Informatics 6th Edition

Essentials of Nursing Informatics  6th Edition

Although the primary goal of these activities is to ensure a safe, reliable CPOE
system technical build and to anticipate and plan for the work ... The work also
simultaneously develops the core competencies required to not only configure
and maintain a CPOE system ... As coordinated care becomes the gold standard
for healthcare delivery, pharmacists and nurses are working to their full scope of
 ...

Author: Virginia K. Saba

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071829564

Category: Medical

Page: 886

View: 782

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Discover how technology can improve patient care -- and enhance every aspect of a nurse’s job performance, education, and career A Doody's Core Title for 2017! Written by leaders in nursing informatics, this comprehensive up-to-date text helps you understand how informatics can enhance every aspect of the nursing profession. This edition of Essentials of Nursing Informatics is highlighted by an outstanding team of international contributors and content that reflects the very latest concepts, technologies, policies, and required skills. Numerous case studies take the book beyond theory and add real-world relevance to the material. Essentials of Nursing Informatics is logically divided into ten sections edited by leading nurse informaticists: Nursing Informatics Technologies (Jacqueline Ann Moss) System Life Cycle (Virginia K. Saba) Informatics Theory Standards/Foundations of Nursing Informatics (Virginia K. Saba) Nursing Informatics Leadership (Kathleen Smith) Advanced Nursing Informatics in Practice (Gail E. Latimer) Nursing Informatics/Complex Applications (Kathleen A. McCormick) Educational Applications (Diane J. Skiba) Research Applications (Virginia K. Saba) Big Data Initiatives (Kathleen A. McCormick) International Perspectives (Susan K. Newbold) Essentials of Nursing Informatics is the best single resource for learning how technology can make the nursing experience as rewarding and successful as possible. New Feature! The 6th Edition introduces an online faculty resource to supplement classroom teaching, offering instructors PowerPoints with concise chapter outlines, learning objectives, key words, and explanatory illustrations and tables. To request Instructor PowerPoint slides: Visit www.EssentialsofNursingInformatics.com and under the "Downloads and Resources tab," click "Request PowerPoint" to access the PowerPoint request form. Also, for the first time, a companion study guide for the 6th Edition is available separately from McGraw-Hill (Essentials of Nursing Informatics Study Guide/ISBN: 978-007-184-5892; edited by Julianne Brixey, Jack Brixey, Virginia K. Saba, and Kathleen A. McCormick), presenting teaching modules for all major chapters, with content outlines, teaching tips, class preparation ideas, review questions, answer explanations, and online PowerPoint slides to aid understanding and retention of all major concepts covered in Essentials of Nursing Informatics, 6th Edition.
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LSC EDMC ONLINE HIGHER EDUCATION VSXML Ebook Essentials of Nursing Informatics 5th Edition

LSC  EDMC ONLINE HIGHER EDUCATION    VSXML Ebook Essentials of Nursing Informatics  5th Edition

The emphasis will shift from designing and building systems locally for each
organization to accepting standard workflows and ... Sensmeier summarized the
demand for nursing informatics professionals in 2006 and quoted the American
Medical ... 2009), 2 of the core competencies required for the nurse expert in
CPOE and highlighted by this chapter as essential ... of a particular application
like CPOE with other applications like a results interface or pharmacy information
system.

Author: Virginia Saba

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071745314

Category: Medical

Page: 736

View: 536

The classic text on how nurses can use technology to improve patient care -- and every aspect of their job performance, education, and career Written by leaders in nursing informatics, this comprehensive, up-to-date text explores the ever-growing role technology plays in the field of nursing. Offering theoretical background to help you understand how informatics serves many aspects of the profession, Essential of Nursing Informatics also gives you practical help in unlocking computing’s benefits -- both now and into the future. Numerous case studies and examples add real-world relevance to the material. An internationally recognized contributor team provides information and insights not found in any other text on essential topics such as the application of computers to nursing administration, education, and research; electronic medical records (EMRs) and personal health records (PHRs); coding; and government, clinical, and private sector system requirements. Completely revised and updated with the latest information on specialized softwares and contributions, the fifth edition of Essentials of Nursing Informatics covers: Computer systems Information theory Current issues in informatics Continuum of care information technology systems Educational applications Research applications International perspectives (including Europe, Canada, Pacific Rim, Asia, South America, and South Africa) The future of informatics
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Essentials of Nursing Informatics 5th Edition

Essentials of Nursing Informatics  5th Edition

The emphasis will shift from designing and building systems locally for each
organization to accepting standard workflows and ... of the core competencies
required for the nurse expert in CPOE and highlighted by this chapter as
essential elements of successful CPOE implementations. ... of a particular
application like CPOE with other applications like a results interface or pharmacy
information system.

Author: Virginia Saba

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071743716

Category: Medical

Page: 844

View: 355

The classic text on how nurses can use technology to improve patient care -- and every aspect of their job performance, education, and career Written by leaders in nursing informatics, this comprehensive, up-to-date text explores the ever-growing role technology plays in the field of nursing. Offering theoretical background to help you understand how informatics serves many aspects of the profession, Essential of Nursing Informatics also gives you practical help in unlocking computing’s benefits -- both now and into the future. Numerous case studies and examples add real-world relevance to the material. An internationally recognized contributor team provides information and insights not found in any other text on essential topics such as the application of computers to nursing administration, education, and research; electronic medical records (EMRs) and personal health records (PHRs); coding; and government, clinical, and private sector system requirements. Completely revised and updated with the latest information on specialized softwares and contributions, the fifth edition of Essentials of Nursing Informatics covers: Computer systems Information theory Current issues in informatics Continuum of care information technology systems Educational applications Research applications International perspectives (including Europe, Canada, Pacific Rim, Asia, South America, and South Africa) The future of informatics
Categories: Medical

Health Professions Education

Health Professions Education

This book recommends a mix of approaches to health education improvement, including those related to oversight processes, the training environment, research, public reporting, and leadership.

Author: Institute of Medicine

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309087230

Category: Medical

Page: 191

View: 237

The Institute of Medicine study Crossing the Quality Chasm (2001) recommended that an interdisciplinary summit be held to further reform of health professions education in order to enhance quality and patient safety. Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality is the follow up to that summit, held in June 2002, where 150 participants across disciplines and occupations developed ideas about how to integrate a core set of competencies into health professions education. These core competencies include patient-centered care, interdisciplinary teams, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and informatics. This book recommends a mix of approaches to health education improvement, including those related to oversight processes, the training environment, research, public reporting, and leadership. Educators, administrators, and health professionals can use this book to help achieve an approach to education that better prepares clinicians to meet both the needs of patients and the requirements of a changing health care system.
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Journal of the Medical Library Association

Journal of the Medical Library Association

Though an awareness of and urgency to reinvent ourselves is undeniable , we
must do this by mindfully building on traditional ... With these core competencies
at the center of our profession , additional skill sets may be added that will allow
for ... among them a joint effort by the Medical Library Association , the American
Medical Informatics Association , and the ... Byrd , in his contribution , " Can the
Profession of Pharmacy Serve as a Model for Health Informationist Professionals
?

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015063398351

Category: Medical libraries

Page:

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Categories: Medical libraries

Proceedings

Proceedings

Informatics and Professional Education A Methodology for Consensus Building
on Campus University of Maryland Campus for ... M . J . Ball J . V . Douglas Law ,
Medicine , Nursing , Pharmacy , Social Work and Community Planning ; faculty
from the ... with the key associations in informatics , among them the Symposium
for Computer Applications in Medical Care ( SCAMC ) ... Identify existing
resources ( human and physical ) for teaching informatics Identify levels of
competencies 4 .

Author: Robert A. Greenes

Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0053589669

Category: Medical care

Page: 908

View: 632

Categories: Medical care

Medinfo 2007

Medinfo 2007

Proceedings of the 12th World Congress on Health (medical) Informatics :
Building Sustainable Health Systems Klaus A. Kuhn, ... Key aspects of research
to be done in this area include : Research into current roles / uses of ICT in
educational settings ... In other words there is too often a poor alignment ...
between what is taught and the competencies students will need in ... physicians
, pharmacists , and allied health schools , as well as health informatics and
computer science ” [ 21 ] .

Author: Klaus A. Kuhn

Publisher: Ios PressInc

ISBN: 1586037749

Category: Computers

Page: 1499

View: 524

The papers presented are refereed and from all over the world. They reflect the breadth and depth of the field of biomedical and health informatics, covering topics such as; health information systems, knowledge and data management, education, standards, consumer health and human factors, emerging technologies, sustainability, organizational and economic issues, genomics, and image and signal processing. As this volume carries such a wide collection, it will be of great interest to anyone engaged in biomedical and health informatics research and application.
Categories: Computers

Bulletin of the Medical Library Association

Bulletin of the Medical Library Association

Medical Informatics , Library Management and Leadership , and Public Health /
Health Administration Sections . ... Use of an Independent Study Program for
Assessing and Building Computer and Information Retrieval Competencies :
Karen K. Grandage ... J. Owen , Ph.D. , Basic Sciences and Clinical Pharmacy ,
Library and Center for Knowledge Management , University of California , San
Francisco .

Author: Medical Library Association

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015082949366

Category: Classification

Page:

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Categories: Classification