ANIA SoCal Chapter Informatics Education Seminar

January 15, 8:00am, PST - 4:00pm, PST

The Center for Healthy Communities
The California Endowment Center
1000 N. Alameda Street
Los Angeles CA 900

Registration

Non-member Price: 
$0.00
Population Health: From Concept to Practice

Join the ANIA SoCal Chapter for a day-long educational conference where you’ll hear from local and national experts about:

  • Population health
  • System standardization & optimization
  • Clinical surveillance & the Rothman Index
  • Literature review strategies

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and plenty of time for networking. 

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing,

Provider Number 16680 for 5 contact hours.

Agenda

7:30-8:00 Registration & Breakfast

8:00-12:00 Speakers

12:00-1:30 Lunch & Membership Meeting

1:30-4:00 Speakers

Registration

Register online on the ANIA SoCal Chapter home page:

http://community.ania.org/socal/home

Note: If you are not an ANIA member, you will need to create an ANIA account during the registration process.

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, networking, and excellent educational sessions.

Seats are limited, so register today!

Registration Instructions:

  • Please add RN License in the Additional Information
  • Note if vegetarian meal is needed in the Special Needs

 

Early Bird

After December 15th

ANIA Members

$125

$150

 

Non-ANIA Members

$150

$175

 

Refunds, less a $25.00 processing fee, will be given if cancellation is received by Jan 6th

 

Additional Materials: 

Presentation & Objectives


Population Health: From Concept to Practice

Charles Boicey, MS, RN-BC, CPHIMS

Objectives:

  • The participant will be able to state the differences between Public Health and Population Health.
  • The participant will list the data sources required to adequately assess a population.
  • The participant will describe the key components of a “Community Needs Assessment.

Nursing Informatics Led Optimization Program

Ellen Pollack, RN-BC, MSN

Objectives:

  • Participant will be able to verbalize one method of screening optimization requests
  • Participant will be able to verbalize one method of categorizing & prioritizing optimization requests
  • Participant will be able to verbalize the value that an experienced nursing Informaticist provides.

Setting the Stage for the Future

Michelle Woodley, RN, MSN

Objectives:

  • Participant will be able to verbalize one method of screening optimization requests
  • Participant will be able to verbalize one method of categorizing & prioritizing optimization requests
  • Participant will be able to verbalize the value that an experienced nursing Informaticist provides.

Simple and Successful Literature Review Search Strategies

Adele Dobry, MLIS

Objectives:

  • Appraise resources according to levels of evidence in order to use the highest levels available for EBP.
  • Construct a simple, effective search strategy, using synonyms and subject headings if needed, in order to effectively do research.
  • Recognize PubMed (MEDLINE) and CINAHL as key databases relevant to nursing in order to locate journal articles for research.
  • Integrate the search strategy into a database in order to retrieve relevant results. 

The Importance of Nursing Assessments in Reducing Avoidable Death – A Case Study with the Rothman Index 

Elizabeth Pruett, BSN, BC & Michael J. Rothman, PhD

Objectives: 

  • Understand how nursing assessments can be used to predict in-hospital or post-discharge mortality
  • See how nursing assessments can be added to vital signs and labs to create a comprehensive acuity score

Learn how protocols built around an acuity score can be used to improve