References

Manos, E.L. (2012, October). What the SEEDS Academic EHR has Sprouted! NLN Technology Conference. Sponsor: National League for Nursing. Spokane Washington

 Warren, J. J., Meyer, M. N., Thompson, T., & Roche, A., (2010). Transforming Nursing Education: Integrating Informatics and Simulations. In Weaver, Delaney, Weber & Carr's (Eds.), Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century: An International Look at Practice, Trends and the Future (Second Ed.). Chicago, IL: HIMSS Press.

Harper, E. Warren, J.J., Murphy, J. & Daly, P. (2009). Evidence-Based practice: From Classroom to Bedside. In K. Saranto, P.F. Brennan, H. park, M. Tallberg, & A. Ensio (Eds.). Connecting Health and Humans: Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Nursing Informatics. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 322-1.

Thompson, T. & Warren, J.J. (2009). Visualizing Simulated Learning Experience through the use of Informatics Tools. In K. Saranto, P.F. Brennan, H. park, M. Tallberg, & A. Ensio (Eds.). Connecting Health and Humans: Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Nursing Informatics. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 234.

Connors, H., Warren, J.J., & Weaver, C. (2007). HIT plants SEEDS in healthcare education. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 31(2), 129-133.

Warren, Judith, J., Connors, Helen, R. (2007). Health information technology can and will transform nursing education.  Nursing Outlook, 55 (1), 59-60.

Connors, Helen, R.  (2006). Transforming the Nursing Curriculum: Going Paperless. In Charlotte Weaver and Delaney, C. (Eds.).  Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century: An International Look at the Trends, Cases, and the Future. Chicago, IL: HIMSS Press. 

Warren, Judith, J., Connors, Helen, R., Weaver, Charlotte, Simpson, Roy (2006). Teaching undergraduate nursing students critical thinking: An innovative information strategy. In Hyeung Park (Ed.) Proceedings 9th International Congress in Nursing Informatics  (published on cd-rom).

Weaver, Charlotte, Warren, Judith, J., Delaney, C., (2005). Bedside, classroom and bench: Collaborative strategies to generate evidence-based knowledge for nursing practice.  International Journal of Medical Informatics, 74: 989-999.

Warren, Judith, J., Fletcher, Katherine, Connors, Helen, R., Ground, Anita, Weaver, Charlotte, (2004). The SEEDS Project: From Healthcare Information System to Innovative Educational Strategy. In P. Whitten & D., Cook (eds.) Understanding Health Communication: Case Study Approach 38 (25), (225-231). San Francisco, CA.

Warren, Judith, J., Fletcher, Katherine, (2003). SEEDS on the prairie: Growing critical thinking and information technology skills.  Proceedings of the 37th Sigma Theta Tau Biennial Convention (published on cd-rom).

Fletcher, Katherine, Warren, Judith, J., (2003). Nurturing the SEEDS of learning: The faculty perspective of the partnership.  Proceedings of the 37th Sigma Theta Tau Biennial Convention (published on cd-rom).

Warren, Judith, J., Connors, Helen, R.,Weaver, Charlotte, (2003). Clinical Information Systems and Critical Thinking: Outcomes of an Innovative Educational Strategy. In Heimar Marin, Eduardo Marques, Evelyn Hovenga, & William Goosen (Eds.).  Proceedings 8th International Congress in Nursing Informatics (published on cd-rom).

Warren, Judith, J., (2003). SNOMED CT and the SEEDS project, Testimony before the Subcommittee on Standards and Security of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics.

Warren, Judith, J., Connors, Helen, R., Weaver, Charlotte, (2002). Clinical information systems and critical thinking: An innovative educational strategy for healthcare professionals.  HR Pulse (Fall), 19, 21-24.

Connors, Helen, R., Weaver, Charlotte, Warren, Judith, J., Miller, Karen, L., (2002). An Academic-Business partnership for advancing clinical informatics.  Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 23 (5), 228-233.

Connors, Helen, R., Weaver, Charlotte, (2002). Technology Column. Partnership for advancement of clinical informatics.  Journal of Professional Nursing, 18 (2), 59, 112.

Warren, Judith, J., Connors, Helen, Weaver, Charlotte, (2002). Academic-business partnership: An innovative curriculum model for applied informatics.  Proceedings of The State of the Science Congress: Advancing nursing practice excellence (published as a cd-rom and available from Sigma Theta Tau).

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E. LaVerne Manos, DNP, RN-BC
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