Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics

SINI 2018: 28th Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics; Balancing Digital Demands: Access, Use, Security; July 18-20, 2018; University of Maryland School of Nursing; Baltimore, MD

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28th Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics

Balancing Digital Demands: Access, Use, Security

Preconference: Tuesday, July 17
Conference: Wednesday, July 18-Friday, July 20

This year’s programming will focus on cybersecurity to include enhanced use and availability of technologies in the healthcare environment. This will include presentations and interactive sessions on challenges and strategies to manage security, large-scale disasters and business continuity planning, and factors that influence the inclusion and capture of social determinants of health data in the electronic health record.

Conference Objectives

  1. Describe the role of the informatics nurse related to access, use and security of digital data and technologies in healthcare
  2. Ensure enhanced use, security and availability of technologies.
  3. Explore key issues in establishing and maintaining healthcare data confidentiality and security to include factors related to the social determinants of health.
  4. Examine practical challenges and develop strategies in managing the security of medical devices, including patient engagement tools, used in healthcare settings.

Tracks

SINI 2018 features four educational tracks, including a special track designed specifically for the nursing informatics novice.

Track A  (Novice) NI role related to access, use and security of digital data, and technologies in healthcare
Track B  Large-scale disasters and business continuity planning
Track C  Key issues in data access, use, and security to include factors related to social determinants of health
Track D Cybersecurity in using mobile devices in healthcare settings

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