The programme consists of a series of oral presentations, poster presentations and workshops. A fully detailed programme will be available in December. There will be three keynote addresses by prominent researchers.
The registration is now open for the ACENDIO conference 2021 28-30 March in Online whit Zoom.
PhD, RN, FAAN
Gail Keenan is a distinguished international nursing informatics researcher and innovator. She is currently Professor, Department Chair, and Endowed Chair in Nursing Excellence in the Family, Community, and Health System Science Department at the University of Florida, College of Nursing. For more than two decades she has led multidisciplinary teams building the science supporting the generation and utilization of high-quality nursing data to improve the impact of nursing care on patient outcomes. The research of her teams, comprised of faculty, fellows, and students, has received continuous funding from a variety of national peer reviewed sources including National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ), and numerous private foundations. The research addresses key factors that influence the delivery of valid evidence and its use by nurses at the point of care (e.g., quality of data collected; interface design, usability, data base structure, storage, integration of SNLs, user characteristics, and clinical decision support (CDS) format; methods of generating evidence, data extraction, mapping, statistical analysis, machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI); enablers-policies, resources, and dissemination strategies. The findings are reported in nearly 100 publications in high quality nursing and multidisciplinary journals and books. Dr. Keenan has served in a variety of health informatics leadership roles for key professional organizations including NANDA International, the American Nurses Association, and the American Medical Informatics Association. She is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing where she is a member and past chair of the informatics and technology expert panel. Her current research foci include a 3-year National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR) R01 funded study on CDS formats for nurses; standardizing and adding local nursing data to regional/national/international data networks for AI analyses; and demonstrating the capability of the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard to support nursing data interoperability.
DR. rer. cur.M.Sc., RN
Peter König began his professional career as a nurse in oncology, geriatrics and neurosurgery. In addition to his many years of experience as head of nursing services, he was early involved in the implementation of nursing theory approaches in nursing practice. His main focus was on supporting the development of standardized language in nursing. He is involved in various committees for the development of systems like ICNP, NANDA and ICF. Since 2012 he has been working as a professor for nursing and rehabilitation management at Furtwangen University. His research focus is on the development and implementation of assistive technologies in the field of care and for people with disabilities. His work currently focuses on long distance care in home care, the support of people with dementia and the development of teaching and learning methods using augment reality and virtual reality applications.
PhD, EdN, RN, FEANS
Maria Müller-Staub is an internationally known expert on Standardized Nursing Languages (SNLs). She is founder of Pflege PBS (Nurse Consulting, Teaching, & Research) in Wil (CH), and Professor at the Lectoraat in Nursing Diagnostics at Hanze University, Groningen (NL). Her main focus is on nursing diagnostics, clinical decision-making, care quality, nursing documentation, Clinical Information Systems and eHealth. She has led over 60 research projects addressing SNL validity and implementation and is consulting healthcare institutions and educationalists in implementing nursing diagnoses, interventions and outcome classifications. Prof. Müller-Staub teaches in post-graduate programs and supervises doctoral students. Over 300 publications and 198 conference presentations reflect her motivation to support the use of SNLs to enhance patient outcomes.