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4 PAGES, AND COMPLETED NURSING INFORMATICS COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT SURVEY)

·Explain what competencies are most important and beneficial for your success as a leader in your practice. Be specific and provide examples.

· Appraise the leadership strategies addressed in Standard 11 that you might employ to establish a culture that supports new information technology initiatives. Be specific.

· Analyze whether or not you currently have these skills. Then, explain approaches you might recommend implementing to become competent or more proficient in this skill.

COMPETENCIES

THE ASSIGNMENT: (4 PAGES, AND COMPLETED NURSING INFORMATICS COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT SURVEY)

· Explain what competencies are most important and beneficial for your success as a leader in your practice. Be specific and provide examples.

· Appraise the leadership strategies addressed in
Standard 11 that you might employ to establish a culture that supports new information technology initiatives. Be specific.

· Analyze whether or not you currently have these skills. Then, explain approaches you might recommend implementing to become competent or more proficient in this skill.

TO PREPARE

Review the “Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of Practice” learning resource to explore competencies related to nursing practice.

Consider the role of competencies in nursing practice. Which competencies may be the most beneficial for project management and nursing informatics?

Reflect on which skills you might currently possess and how you might become competent in others.

Complete the “Advanced Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment L3/L4 (NICA) Survey” in this week’s Learning Resources to assist you in evaluating the competencies.

REQUIRED READINGS

American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing informatics links to an external site.: Scope and standards of practice (2nd ed.).

“Informatics Competencies: Spanning Careers and Roles” (pp. 41–47)

“Standard 6: “Evaluation” (pp. 78).

“Standard 12: “Leadership” (pp. 87–88)

Document: Advanced Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment L3/L4 (NICA) Survey Download Advanced Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment L3/L4 (NICA) Survey(Word document)

Competencies

· American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (2021). The essentials: Core competencies for professional nursing education Links to an external site.. https://www.aacnnursing.org/Portals/42/AcademicNursing/pdf/Essentials-2021.pdf

· Domain 5, “Quality and Safety” (pp. 11)

· Domain 7, “Systems-Based Practice” (pp. 11)

· Domain 8: “Informatics and Healthcare Technologies” (pp. 11)

· “Advanced-Level Practicum Experiences” (p. 22)

· Advanced Level Competencies: Domain 5: “Quality and Safety” (pp. 39–41)

· Advanced Level Competencies: Domain 7: “Systems-Based Practice” (44–45)

· Advanced Level Competencies: Domain 8: “Informatics and Healthcare Technologies” (pp. 46–48)

· Hübner, U., Thye, J., Shaw, T., Elias, B., Egbert, N., Saranto, K., Babitsch, B., Procter, P., & Ball, M. J. (2019). Towards the TIGER international framework for recommendations of core competencies in health informatics 2.0: Extending the scope and the roles Links to an external site.. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 264, 1218–1222. doi:10.3233/SHTI190420

· Kinnunen, U.-M., Heponi

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Dee McGonigle, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF Kathleen Hunter, PhD, RN-BC, CNE Chamberlain College of Nursing

Toni Hebda, PhD, RN, CNE Taryn Hill, PhD, RN

Dear Informatics Nurse,

Thank you for your participation in Chamberlain College of Nursing’s pilot test of an instrument for self-assessment of nursing-informatics (NI) competencies. This instrument has 4 parts: questions about you (demographics) and the self- assessment, consisting of: computer skills, informatics knowledge and informatics skills. There are a total of 178 items in the self-assessment portion.

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility, usability, reliability, validity and item performance of the instrument currently known as Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment – Level 3/Level 4 (NICA L3/L4). All data collected will be kept confidential. Tracing of Internet connections will not be conducted. Data reporting will be at the aggregate level.

This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of Chamberlain College of Nursing. Chamberlain College of Nursing is hosting the online presence of the questionnaire and providing support for statistical analysis.

Continuation beyond this page of the study instrument constitutes your agreement to participate in this study.

Please respond to each item. Do not skip any items. Use the comment spaces to share your thoughts on item wording and the need for additional items or items that you think should be removed.

Thank you,

Dee McGonigle, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF Kathy Hunter, PhD, RN-BC, CNE

Toni Hebda, PhD, RN, CNE Taryn Hill, PhD, RN

Permission is granted by Chamberlain College of Nursing for non-commercial use of the Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment – Level 3/Level 4 (NICA L3/L4) in the context of research or practice, provided credit is given as noted below. The wording of the introductory paragraph above should be changed to reflect the situation in which the tool is used. The wording and order of the questionnaire items may not be changed.

Acknowledgement of this work must include:

· Dee M. McGonigle, Kathleen M. Hunter, Toni L. Hebda and Taryn Hill

· Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment – Level 3/Level 4 (NICA L3/L4): The development and implementation of an online tool for self-assessment (2013)

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COMPETENCIES

THE ASSIGNMENT: (4 PAGES, AND COMPLETED NURSING INFORMATICS COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT SURVEY)

· Explain what competencies are most important and beneficial for your success as a leader in your practice. Be specific and provide examples.

· Appraise the leadership strategies addressed in
Standard 11 that you might employ to establish a culture that supports new information technology initiatives. Be specific.

· Analyze whether or not you currently have these skills. Then, explain approaches you might recommend implementing to become competent or more proficient in this skill.

TO PREPARE

Review the “Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of Practice” learning resource to explore competencies related to nursing practice.

Consider the role of competencies in nursing practice. Which competencies may be the most beneficial for project management and nursing informatics?

Reflect on which skills you might currently possess and how you might become competent in others.

Complete the “Advanced Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment L3/L4 (NICA) Survey” in this week’s Learning Resources to assist you in evaluating the competencies.

REQUIRED READINGS

American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing informatics links to an external site.: Scope and standards of practice (2nd ed.).

“Informatics Competencies: Spanning Careers and Roles” (pp. 41–47)

“Standard 6: “Evaluation” (pp. 78).

“Standard 12: “Leadership” (pp. 87–88)

Document: Advanced Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment L3/L4 (NICA) Survey Download Advanced Nursing Informatics Competency Assessment L3/L4 (NICA) Survey(Word document)

Competencies

· American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (2021). The essentials: Core competencies for professional nursing education Links to an external site.. https://www.aacnnursing.org/Portals/42/AcademicNursing/pdf/Essentials-2021.pdf

· Domain 5, “Quality and Safety” (pp. 11)

· Domain 7, “Systems-Based Practice” (pp. 11)

· Domain 8: “Informatics and Healthcare Technologies” (pp. 11)

· “Advanced-Level Practicum Experiences” (p. 22)

· Advanced Level Competencies: Domain 5: “Quality and Safety” (pp. 39–41)

· Advanced Level Competencies: Domain 7: “Systems-Based Practice” (44–45)

· Advanced Level Competencies: Domain 8: “Informatics and Healthcare Technologies” (pp. 46–48)

· Hübner, U., Thye, J., Shaw, T., Elias, B., Egbert, N., Saranto, K., Babitsch, B., Procter, P., & Ball, M. J. (2019). Towards the TIGER international framework for recommendations of core competencies in health informatics 2.0: Extending the scope and the roles Links to an external site.. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 264, 1218–1222. doi:10.3233/SHTI190420

· Kinnunen, U.-M., Heponi