ACENDIO conference Rome 2023

Nursing-generated data: predictive analytics and eHealth strategies

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Acendio conference
16-18 March 2023
UniCamillus University,
Rome, Italy
Keynote Speakers

Associate Professor Gianfranco Sanson


Gianfranco Sanson is an Associate professor of Nursing at the University of Trieste (Italy). He worked for most of career in clinical practice. He is working on the research topic regarding the use of standardized nursing languages as a measure of the nursing complexity and prognostic factor. His research fields also comprise multidimensional predictive models of hospital outcomes, safety and reliability of ultrasound-guided peripheral venous catheters, preterm newborn adaptive responses to daily nursing in neonatal ICU, and social sciences and humanities culture for care practices (health humanities).

Associate Professor Lisiane Pruinelli


Lisiane Pruinelli is an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing and an Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health Informatics, University of Minnesota. Her area of research is on applying innovative informatics tools and data science methods to investigate the trajectory of complex disease conditions. Her main goal is to develop the foundations for new personalized strategies for disease treatment and management over time, addressing national initiatives for holistic models of care. With the heavy adoption of machine learning and artificial intelligence in healthcare and in her own work, she currently has been actively involved in laying the foundational discussions and knowledge for socially, ethically, and policy safe intelligent systems in nursing.

Professor Ulla-Mari Kinnunen


Ulla-Mari Kinnunen is a Professor of Health and Human Services Informatics at the University of Eastern Finland, and Adjunct Professor in Evidence Based Research and Development. Her research interest is in data structures and classifications in EHR, evidence-based health care and informatics competencies both for professionals and citizens including educational and organizational factors in enhancing digitalization in health and social care services. She is a board member of the Finnish Social and Health Informatics Association, of the scientific editorial board of the Finnish Journal of eHealth and eWelfare, a chair of the Finnish nursing terminology expert group and a member of the Evidence Based Practice Working Group IMIA SIGNI. She is a core staff member of the Finnish Centre for Evidence-Based Health Care: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence.

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