Summary Report: 2006 TIGER Summit - Evidence and informatics transforming nursing
Repository Posting Date2020-02-11T19:53:57Z
Author(s)Sigma Theta Tau International
Author DetailsThe mission of Sigma, is advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. Sigma's vision is to be the global organization of choice for nursing.
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Lead Author AffliationSigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
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This report provides the context for the Summit, descriptions of each of the activities over the two days, notes on the participant experience, and photographs of the event, as well as insights and reflections from speakers. The intention of this format is to provide those who did not have an opportunity to attend a high-level understanding of the process that occurred over the two days to achieve the Summit objectives and outcomes. It is not intented to be a comprehensive document such as a white paper. Rather, the content enclosed incorporates descriptive paragraphs and phrases, as well as statements and quotes captured real-time.
DescriptionThe invitation-only Summit, Evidence and Informatics Transforming Nursing, comes at a time when the nation is working full-speed to realize the 10-year goal of Electronic Health Records (EHR) for its citizens. This is a critical juncture for nurses, who comprise 55% of the healthcare workforce. They must become more involved at every level, or the Informatics Revolution will pass the nursing profession by, to the detriment of healthcare consumers. This event gathered over 120 leaders from the nation’s nursing practice, education, informatics and professional nursing organizations, government agencies, and other key stakeholders around a singular exploratory focus: Creating a vision for the future of nursing that bridges the quality chasm with information technology (IT), enabling nurses to use informatics in practice and education to provide safer, higher-quality patient care. Our goal over the Summit’s two days was to create a 10-year vision and 3-year local and global action plan for transforming nursing practice and education to better prepare nurses to practice in an increasingly automated, informatics-rich, and consumer-driven health care environment.
Conference Name2006 TIGER Summit
Conference HostUniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Conference LocationBethesda, Maryland, USA
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