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Genomics Nursing and the EHR

Genomics Nursing and the EHR

Genomics Nursing and the EHR

Michelle Lardner, MS, RN-BC and Gwenyth Wallen, PhD, RN
Michelle Lardner, MS, RN-BC and Gwenyth Wallen, PhD, RN
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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As precision medicine and genomics become more integrated in clinical care at healthcare organizations, there are implications not only for physicians but nursing staff as well. Learn how one healthcare research organization partnered with its EHR to develop functionality and integrate genomics into daily nursing routines based on findings from survey studies to determine practicing nurse attitudes, practices, receptivity, confidence, and competency of integrating genomics into nursing practice.

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Describe basic genomics nursing skills
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe basic genomics nursing skills.
Evaluate preparedness for nursing and genomics
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to evaluate preparedness for nursing and genomics.
Identify EHR limitations related to genomics and explain EHR-based nursing tools and functionality
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify EHR limitations related to genomics and explain EHR-based nursing tools and functionality.
Develop nursing staff competences and readiness to exercise genomics skills
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to develop nursing staff competences and readiness to exercise genomics skills.
Michelle Lardner, MS, RN-BC and Gwenyth Wallen, PhD, RN

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Michelle Lardner, MS, RN-BC and Gwenyth Wallen, PhD, RN
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Michelle Lardner is the Deputy CIO and Chief of Clinical Informatics for the Department of Clinical Research Informatics, NIH Clinical Center. Prior to this role, Ms. Lardner served as the Director of Nursing Informatics at the Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Virginia, an informatics nurse specialist at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC, the Chief of E-Health at the former National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) in Bethesda, Maryland and application coordinator at Epic Systems. She received her BS in Nursing from the University of Illinois, MS in Nursing Informatics from the University of Maryland and is currently working on her DNP at the University of Maryland. Ms. Lardner is board certified in nursing informatics, a Jonas Nurse Scholar and associate faculty at the University of Maryland. She is also a veteran of the United States Navy Nurse Corps, having completed wartime and humanitarian deployments aboard the USNS Comfort and Mercy.

Gwenyth Wallen, RN, PhD is currently the Chief Nurse (Acting), Deputy Chief Nurse Officer for Research and Practice Development and the Chief of Nursing Research and Translational Science at the National Institutes of Health, Clinical Center. Her clinical research specializations include health behavior and health disparities research with special emphasis on methodology and measurement in end-of-life care, integrative health and vulnerable populations. Prior to beginning her career as a clinical nurse scientist and nursing administrator she held advance practice roles as the Clinical Specialist for Neonatology and Clinical Manager of the Level III NICU at the Washington Hospital Center, in Washington, DC. Dr. Wallen also served as a post-doctoral research associate in the Department of Family Studies at the University of Maryland coordinating evaluation research for three state and local Responsible Fatherhood programs. Dr. Wallen is a member of the Eunice Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Institutional Review Board. She serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor for Behavioral and Community Health, University of Maryland, School of Public Health and an Adjunct Clinical Instructor, University of Michigan, School of Nursing. Dr. Wallen has a BS in Nursing from the University of Maryland, a MA in Business Management and Supervision from Central Michigan University, and a PhD in Health Education from the University of Maryland. In 2008 she completed the 2-year University of Arizona Fellowship in Integrative Medicine as part of her developing portfolio of integrative health research.

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