Nursing Informatics History Project
The overall purpose of the Nursing Informatics History Project is to document and preserve the history of nursing informatics. This is occurring through three activities:
- Nursing informatics pioneers and nursing informatics organizations have been solicited to preserve their materials in an archive at the National Library of Medicine started by Dr. Virginia Saba in 1997.
- Stories of the pioneers in nursing informatics are being videotaped and made available through AMIA's web site.
- Historical research is planned to document the evolution of informatics as a specialty in nursing.
Examples of how to use the Information
- Future of Nursing Informatics
- Nursing Informatics Recruiting
- Nursing Informatics Trends
- Qualitative Analysis Research
- Compare Nursing Pioneers
This project was funded by:
- Allina Health System
- American Academy of Nursing
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Executive Nurse Fellows
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Executive Nurse Fellows Alumni Association
- University of Maryland School of Nursing
- University of Minnesota School of Nursing
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