Ethics of Face Transplants
How can you tell if a website is trustworthy? When you go through the eight principles
on the HON website or when the webpage is HON certified. The eight principles are
authoritative, complementarily, privacy, attribu
Module 9 &10
Chapter 14, 16, 20 (various books)
The empowered consumer
1). Consumer informatics is defined as:
The easy availability of information on the Internet, the push for more cost-effective health- care,
and the desire of many con
Study Guide for Exam 1
This study guide is not exhaustive, you are responsible for all readings and content.
Each week I have given a review of concepts you should know. Please review those notes as
they are directly from the exam.
NUR 3330 Module 3
Health Informatics Study Guide
1) Basic_ Literacy_ includes the skills and knowledge necessary to text
and math and use information sources like Textbooks_, Newspapers_ , Web sites_, Tables_, Charts_, Maps_.
2) Digital_ Literac
Module 4 CH 10 page 241-249
1) EHR is referred to as _electronic health
record_ and is defined as _a comprehensive system of appellations that afford access to longitudinal health info
about an individual across the continuum of care, assist in d
FCS3150 Global Ecology of the Family (Online)
1st Assignment- INTRODUCTION
(To be completed first)
Course: Online FCS 3150
Note: All answers must be in the form of complete sentences, correct grammar, and be sure to
spell check and pr
Reading Quiz 2
36 questions covering topics from modules 6-10
Date: Monday April 4
Time: 2:30 -4:00
Two attempts, highest grade will be recorded
Types of questions:
Multiple choice- 19
Multiple select (select all that apply)-3
Important Points Module 4
1) Administrative information systems do not include _clinical_
2) A permanent record of all patients treated in an organization is call a _master_ _patient_ _index_.
3) _decision_ _support_ _systems_ help the organizat
Important Points for Module 1
The Hitchhikers Guide to nursing informatics theory: using the Data-Knowledge-Information-Wisdom
framework to guide informatics research.
Know and understand the difference between data, information, knowledge
Important Points Module 12 Public Health Informatics
1. Define Public health Informatics
Public Health Informatics has been defined as the systematic application of information and computer
science and technology to public health practice, research, and l
Assignment 1: Social Construction and Human
Ecology Theory Paper (70 points)
Environmental Assessment Inventory Form
Student Name: _MacKayla Myszka_
What to do?
This assignment has two parts. Make sure you complete both.
Part 1: Personal Inventory
Nur 3330 Module 2
_database_ _management_ Systems_ facilitates the organization, storage and retrieval of data.
2) List the advantages for managing data. reduce data redundancy, reduce in
data inconsistency, increase data access
Important Points ch 1, 7, 12, 15
1) What is ICD-10 and what is its use? The final rule calls for adoption of ICD-I O-CM to
replace ICD-9-CM Volumes 1 and 2, including the official coding guidelines, for coding
diseases, injuries, impairments, o
What is health informatics to me? Health informatics is a board term because it can be
applied to nursing, healthcare, medical, biomedical and etc. It is a combination of understanding
and dissecting information, comput
Data, Information, Knowledge and Wisdom
Fall 2012 Assignment
Instructions: Use APA format a cover sheet is not necessary but your name is require, references
must be included in your answers and at the end of the assignment. You will automatically lose 1
Module 5 Important points.
Important Points Chapter 21
1) _sociotechnical_ System is the interaction between
technology, users, products and environments.
2) When clinicians or users of a system have difficulty finding or using a system
this is a problem