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Take advantage of NI 2021 early bird rates until 8 July

 
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230+ SPEAKERS | 20+ COUNTRIES | 9 DAYS | 1 CONFERENCE

NI 2021, the Nursing Informatics International Congress, celebrates nurses and midwives as frontline users of digital solutions.

The conference features 230+ speakers from 20+ countries, 7 live panel discussions, 6 interactive workshops and 50+ hours of the latest nursing and midwifery informatics topics from around the world. The state-of-the-art event platform offers ample networking opportunity to connect with nurses and midwives at the cutting edge of health's digital transformation.

Take advantage of early bird savings! There are additional discounts for AIDH / IMIA members, students and groups of 3 or more from the same organisation.
Early bird registration ends 8 July - register NOW!

Keynote speakers
Twitter LinkedIn Prof Suzanne Bakken (USA)
Professor, Columbia University School of Nursing

Nursing Informatics pioneer and recipient of the
2019 IMIA François Grémy Award of Excellence, Prof Suzanne Bakken, has conducted federally funded clinical informatics research for more than 25 years. She is also Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association and was awarded the IMIA François Grémy Award of Excellence in 2019 for her outstanding lifetime personal commitment and dedication to the field.
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Professor in Clinical Decision Making, The University of Manchester

Prof Dawn Dowding is an author, nurse, psychologist and a researcher who talks to nurses in their own language. Co-author of
Essential Decision Making and Clinical Judgement for Nurses and also known as Decision Dawn, she specialises in Nursing Informatics and decision-making research and is passionate about the development and evaluation of tools to assist clinicians with practical decision making.

Immerse yourself in a facilitated workshop
Development of curriculum frameworks: Embedding health informatics into entry-to-practice nursing curriculum

Does the Australian tertiary education sector enable our workforce to deliver healthcare with evolving technology? Or is there a dissonance between regulations, accrediting bodies, the existing curriculum and contemporary nursing? This workshop aims to provide a forum for a robust discussion and developing consensus.
Dr Zerina Tomkims
Program Director, Master of Nursing Science, The University of Melbourne
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Kalpana Raghunathan
PhD Candidate, School of Nursing and Midwifery, La Trobe University
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Dr Helen Almond FAIDH
Lecturer in Digital Health
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Program at a glance
NI 2021 will be delivered virtually through our state-of-the-art events platform where you can watch live sessions, consume on-demand content, connect with speakers and network with nurses and midwives from around the world.

The program is spread over 2 weeks and each day focuses on a specific theme. All live keynotes and panel discussions will be available to watch back within 24 hours of the scheduled time.

 

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