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Nursing Informatics History Project

Purpose

The overall purpose of the Nursing Informatics History Project is to document and preserve the history of nursing informatics. This is occurring through three activities:

  1. Nursing informatics pioneers and nursing informatics organizations have been solicited to preserve their materials in an archive at the National Library of Medicine started by Dr. Virginia Saba in 1997.
  2. Stories of the pioneers in nursing informatics are being videotaped and made available through AMIA’s web site.
  3. Historical research is planned to document the evolution of informatics as a specialty in nursing.

Use Cases

Examples of how to use the Information

Video Library

The videos are organized into three libraries.

  • Library 1: Nursing Informatics Pioneers
  • Library 2: Themes from Interviews
  • Library 3: Computers in Nursing Series

Funding Sources

This project was funded by:

Allina Health System
American Academy of Nursing
McKesson
CARING
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Executive Nurse Fellows
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Executive Nurse Fellows Alumni Association
University of Maryland School of Nursing
University of Minnesota School of Nursing

Copyright Statement

The contents of the AMIA Nursing Informatics History project which includes the digital images, text, audio, and video recordings may be protected by United States copyright and/or other laws.  The compilation of all content on this Web site is the property of AMIA and is protected under U.S. copyright laws.   The materials on this Web site are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, but may not be used for any commercial purpose.  For these non-commercial purposes only, you may reproduce a single copy (print or download) of materials from this Web site without prior permission.  Usage of some items may also be subject to additional restrictions imposed by the copyright owner and/or the repository. Thus transmission or reproduction of more than a single research or teaching copy or a protected item requires the permission of the copyright owner.  Please contact the collection holding repository for available information regarding copyright status of a particular digital image, text, audio or video recording.  Unauthorized use of the Web site content may violate copyright and other laws, and is prohibited.

The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections often makes it difficult to determine the copyright status of an item.  Whenever possible, the AMIA NI History project and the collection holding repository provide available information about copyright owners and other restrictions in the catalog records, collection finding aids, and other metadata associated with di gital images, texts, audio and video recordings.  AMIA is providing this information as a service to aid users in determining the copyright status of an item.  Ultimately, it is the user’s responsibility to use an item according to the applicable laws and terms governing its use.  AMIA is eager to hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified.

Conditions of Use

By their use of these digital images, texts, audio and video recordings, users agree to follow these conditions of use:

  • for purposes of research, teaching and private study, users may reproduce (print or download) in accordance with fair use materials or link to materials from this Web site without prior permission, on the condition they give proper credit
  • materials may not be used for any commercial purpose without prior written permission from AMIA and any other copyright owner
  • materials may not be re-published in print or electronic form without prior written permission from AMIA and any other copyright owner
  • materials may not be mounted on an additional server for public use, or for use by a set of subscribers

 

Nursing Informatics History Project

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  • Video Library 1: Nursing Informatics Pioneers
  • Video Library 2: Themes from Interviews
  • Additional Pioneers

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