Identifying the Gaps: the Status of Data Management Education in Doctoral Nursing Programs
The last decade has seen data management (DM) knowledge and expertise become a foundational expectation not only for research but also for nursing informatics, data science, and data-intensive nursing practice. A concurrent dramatic increase in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs has resulted in many new students and faculty who need DM education, resources, and support. However, little was known about DM within doctoral nursing programs. Our research investigated the status of DM education as described by DNP and PhD program directors and examined nursing student handbooks, identifying the knowledge and resource gaps which are critical to fill in order for students to succeed. This presentation will summarize our research to date and review opportunities for health science librarians to translate our findings into practical collaborations at their institutions.
- Abigail Goben, MLS, is an Associate Professor, Data Management Librarian, and Research Data Policy Advisor at the University of Illinois Chicago. She is the liaison to the College of Dentistry and teaches a graduate Data Management course. Her current research focuses on student privacy and learning analytics, efficacy of data education, and research data policy. She is a co-investigator for the IMLS funded Data Doubles project. She blogs at HedgehogLibrarian.com and can be found on Twitter as @hedgielib.
- Rebecca Raszewski, MS, AHIP, is an Associate Professor and the Graduate Nursing Liaison Librarian at the University of Illinois Chicago. She serves on the Advance Practice and Research Nursing Council for the UI Health. Her research focuses on the intersection of nursing and data management; health informatics education; and the clinical evaluation of nursing point-of-care tools. Her research profile is available at: https://uicollaboratory.uic.edu/1530-rebecca-raszewski.
Jan 19, 2021
12:00PM - 1:00PM PT
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