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Create a platform where nurses with a passion for healthcare informatics share ideas, best practices and key challenges.

History
The Nursing Informatics Chapter was reconvened on 1st July 2014 when the chapter held its 1st meeting. The chapter was officially launched on 16th Sept 2014 by Ms Tan Soh Chin (Advisor), Ms Ng Gaik Nai (Chairperson), A/Prof Lim Swee Hia (President of SNA) and NIC members during the Healthcare Informatics and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Asia Pacific 2014 conference at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

Objectives

  • Create a platform where nurses with a passion for healthcare informatics share ideas, best practices and key challenges.
  • Organise or participate in nursing IT conferences e.g. HIMSS Asia Pacific and invite speakers from non-healthcare industries for learning.
  • Organise and conduct courses for nurses.
  • Submit publications locally or internationally.
  • Identify the levels of informatics competencies so as to accomplish their roles as Informatics Nurses.
  • Utilise data analytics to generate data to improve patient outcomes.
  • Provide resource to those seeking advice or opinions on matters related to technology used in healthcare.

Membership

  • Open to those who are in nursing informatics department and those who are interested to learn more about health informatics.
  • Must be SNA members.

Vision

Advancing and leading in the forefront of health informatics to provide excellent, innovative and cost effective care.

Terms of Reference

  • Provide a learning platform for professional sharing and support on the use of different IT applications, challenges and issues faced.
  • Foster higher education and skills needed in order to be successful in both practice and education environments that use health IT in the delivery of safe care.
  • Promote continuing education and greater awareness of health informatics in the healthcare delivery system and possible career development opportunities.

Activities

The meetings are organised alongside activities such as site visits to understand the various systems employed by the various healthcare institutions e.g. KK Hospital’s Inpatient Pharmacy Automation System, Tan Tock Seng Hospital’s eWound Clinical Decision Support System and Clementi Polyclinic’s Telecare Home-Monitoring Programme etc.

SN Designation / Name Appointment
1. Ms Ng Gaik Nai Chairperson
2. Ms Lau Meng Tuan Co-Chairperson
3. Ms Gormit Kaur Secretary
4. Ms Janet Maria Sengalrayan Asst. Secretary
5. Ms Esther Goh Cheng Pheng Treasurer
6. Dr Wan-Koo May Yeok Education Officer
7. Ms Shiji D/O Kuttan Asst. Education Officer
8. Mr Yuan Peng Asst. Education Officer
9. Mr An Xing Hui Asst. Education Officer
10. Dr Betty Khong Peck Chui Scientific Officer
11. Ms Yeo Loo See Asst. Scientific Officer
12. Mr Qi Zhegang Asst. Scientific Officer
13. Ms Zubaidah Bte Hassan Asst. Scientific Officer
14. Ms Tan Hui Ting Event Management Officer
15. Mr Goh Choon Hua Asst. Event Management Officer
16. Ms Clary Bell Fernandez Member
17. Ms Chia Soon Noi Member
18. Ms Jenny Ng Siew Fong Member
19. Ms Chen Li Member
20. Ms Mariaman D/O Sukumaran Member
21. Mr Derek Foo Piow Hooi Member
22. Ms Ou Lee Hua Member
23. Mr Jeremy Boey Chung Hoe Member


NIC Logo & Badge

  • The binary code tunnel signifies the rapid and continuous flow of information technology and the futuristic undertones of NIC’s pursuits.
  • The person on the hand symbolises the support that NI offers to consumers, patients, nurses, and other providers in their decision making in all roles and settings.
  • The heart shape represents the caring spirit of nurses.
  • The hand implies the support provided by the SNA in NIC’s endeavours.
  • The various technological components are commonly affiliated with cutting edge technology, embodying our enduring quest for innovation.
  • The integration of all these elements in this logo signifies the integration of Nursing Science, Information Science and Computer Science to manage and communicate data, information, knowledge, and wisdom into nursing practice.

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