1. Access the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics Web site which can be found at http://ojni.org/issues/?p=1696. Complete the Presentation by Dr. Jack Yensen titled Data Mining the National Library of Medicine: Real time performance support in clinical decision-making.
a. Take a screen shot of your results.
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You may also visit take-a-screenshot.org for instructions on how to take a screenshot.
b. Paste your screenshot into a Word document and save it.
2. Write a 350-word summary of what you learned after viewing the following four (abcd) information below
a. Read The TIGER InitiativeA Model for the Integration of Informatics Competencies by Hebda & Calderone (2011). Click the view ejournal button on the Touch Health Sciences Web site which can be found at http://www.touchhealthsciences.com/
b. Explore the Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform (TIGER) Web site found at http://www.thetigerinitiative.org/virtuallearning.aspx
c. Watch the following YouPurpose of the Paper (Examining the Production of Contemporary Historiography) – The goal of this paper is to allow you to analyze how historiography is an ongoing process largely influenced by the news media. History is a subjectively generated product. History incorporates the biases and viewpoints of those who produce it. The news media today is a key source in providing us with meaning connected to newsworthy historical events. In fact, the news media is in fact a major part of the process that generates “history. Although news media reporters and editors frequently claim that they are presenting just the facts,” the way in which these facts are presented often carry a number of biases that strongly influence public perception and interpretations of current events.
For this assignment, you are going to pick a specific, single international event and examine how this event is presented by different news media sources from around the globe. You are being asked to compare the articles you have selected for this assignment and discuss how the differing ways in which the event you have chosen actually reflects more than the “plain” facts, but rather reveals complex layers of social values, assumptions, biases, beliefs and meanings by each of your articles’ authors.
Write a 1500 minimum word (double spaced, medium size 10 12 font, standard margins)
in which you provide a summary and comparison of the different articles you have selected for
this assignment. You will search for differing emphases and patterns between your articles, and
you will consider the differing impact each individual article might make on its reader
depending on how the issue is presented and handled by each author. You are to examine and
critique the differing ways in which the issue is being presented in your articles.
Also, for this paper, you need to consider how the news reports of today become the
historiography of tomorrow. This is an opportunity for you to think critically about how the
news is presented to the reader in each newspaper. Do you have a sense that certain facts are
being emphasized in one article while those same facts are dismissed or ignored or presented
somewhat differently by the authors in some of your other selected articles? Do you have a sense
that only one particular side of the issue is being presented in a particular article? If so, why do you think this is happening? In what ways has the event you have selected for this assignment been reported differently in each of your articles? (Keep in mind that these differences may be subtle). in what way might these differences influence the reader to draw a different conclusion about the event? A particular new article will often (though not always) tend to focus on only side of an issue. Which sides of the issue do you see being presented in your different articles? Why do you think this might this be happening? In what way might ethnocentric perspectives or national interests be influencing how the issue is being presented differently in each of your articles? Do you see any biases built into the way that the issue is being presented or reported by the authors of your articles?
Finally, what have you learned through this process? What have you come to understand about the production of “news” and the power of the news media over the reader by comparing these different articles.
Here are the articles
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d. Access the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics Web site. Complete the Presentation by Dr. Jack Yensen titled Data Mining the National Library of Medicine: Real time performance support in clinical decision-making. found at http://ojni.org/issues/?p=1696
3. Individually, schedule a meeting with the persons responsible for informatics (IT) and education (Staff Development) in your organization. Ask and record their responses to the following two questions and summarize the answers to both questions in 250 words:
How has the intersection of technology, informatics and education impacted EHR adoption?
Has your organization implemented online education and HPS during onboarding of new employees and for purposes of continuing education?
4. A. What impact do you believe social media is having on healthcare?
B. How are social media sites and applications changing our interactions with others? What might this mean to you professionally?
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