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Public Biography
Jenna Marquard ( is a Professor in the Population Health and Systems Cooperative Unit in the School of Nursing at the University of Minnesota. Her research lies at the intersection of human factors engineering and health informatics. The vision for my research is to help clinicians and patients make better decisions. Her research aims to do this by providing these individuals with the right information, at the right time, in the right format. Her focus is often, but not always, on the use of health information technology (IT) as a key information resource for these individuals. More recently, she has focused on the use of health information visualizations to support decision making.


Membership and Outreach Committee


The Membership and Outreach Committee’s primary function is to ensure the effective and appropriate involvement of AMIA members in the organization by monitoring membership communication, structures, benefits, and services including publications.

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