CHIRAD. Centre for Health Informatics Research and Development. Graham Wright MPhil, MBA, MBCS, DN, Cert Ed, RNT, RCNT, SRN, RMN. Frimley. Chertsey. Redhill. Guildford. Basingstoke. Salisbury. Crawley. Winchester. Southampton. Portsmouth. Bournemouth. Postgraduate. Degree.
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Centre for Health Informatics Research and Development
MPhil, MBA, MBCS, DN,
Cert Ed, RNT, RCNT, SRN, RMN
ScienceEIHMS Education Pathways
CLIN DOC or PhD
Model of Care
Community Childrens Nursing (CCN)
Public Health Nursing / Health Visiting (HV)
Community Mental Health Nursing (CMHN)
SPECIALIST PRACTICE MODULES
SPECIALIST PRACTICE MODULES
Ready for patient/client care
responsibility with supervisionProgression towards Autonomous Practice
Does information make
a difference to patient care?
Traditionally the focus has been on the
Management of resources:-
On page five of the new NHS IM&T strategy published in January 1999 you will find exactly the same five key principles.
All of the respondents considered the 1992 NHS IM&T strategy to be only partially fulfilled, with 25% expressing the belief that it was half-way or more to fulfilment in terms of benefits achieved.
75% thought that the strategy had gone only a small way to achieving the benefits it stated in 1992.
Respondents were also clear about their beliefs that the implementation was too technology driven and that there was a serious lack of education and training to prepare clinicians and healthcare professionals.
One of the National Initiatives was the production of a training strategy and 60% of respondents thought it was complete as a project.
A training strategy was developed by the IMG.
Not one respondent thought the IM&T training strategy had completely fulfilled its expectations, indeed 57% thought it unsuccessful.
Education and training, or rather the lack of it, was commented on more than any other subject within the survey.
A Paperless Paper!
Are HEIs ready for Health Informatics?
Betts, Olsson and Wright
A follow-up study that examines what changes, if any, have taken place over the last five years.
Are good IM&T educational products effectively used to underpin the training of nursing and midwifery students for managing clinical information?
There appears to be a fair amount of Health Informatics in the curricula of nursing programmes.
We asked the two questions about content
Do you include these skills/topics under the heading of:-
It would appear that the informatics community, whilst extremely good at communicating with each other, needs to recognise that some of the key users do not access the same communication networks.
The original study found that a total of 65% of respondents wanted a Core Curriculum for IM&T.
In 1999, 93% wanted a core curriculum for Health Informatics.
Core curricula were written for pre and post registration but appear not to have been widely disseminated.
Institute of Health & Care Development (IHCD) and ENB however produced a product in November 1997 entitled “Information for Caring” and subtitled “A framework for including health informatics in programmes of learning for nurses, midwives and health visitors and other clinical professions” .
The purpose of the document was “to raise the profile of health informatics within curriculum design and development…”
Council of Deans teachingICT projectAim
To evaluate the use of ‘Information for Caring’ and how it performs as a tool in order to determine its effectiveness at supporting the integration of health informatics through HE core processes for curriculum development and validation/review.