Attendees will learn how to engage consumers and patients in health care practices by using a community collective action approach with informatics technologies. Some of the topics and presenters are:
Using a conversational style for presentations, attendees will be encouraged to ask questions, comment and dialogue. Texas Woman's University leadership, in convening this event, aspires for it to be the beginning of more community collective action initiatives that include informatics, engagement outcome measures, and population health improvement.
Tours of the clinical simulation lab and the telehealth clinic will be available for interested attendees. A moderate lunch at noon and light snacks during breaks will be provided.
Dr. Mari Tietze, Doswell Endowed Chair in Nursing Informatics [214-636-4751]Register at: https://twuinformatics.eventbrite.com<o:p></o:p>
Fri, April 7, 2017
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT
Texas Woman's University
5500 Southwestern Medical Avenue
Dallas, TX 75235