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About the author: Amy Coenen

Title: Amy Coenen, PhD, RN, FAAN

Department: Professor, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee College of Nursing

Field: Nursing Informatics

Location: University of WI-Milwaukee USA

Phone: 414-229-5146

Email: coenena@uwm.edu

Amy Coenen Faculty Page

Research interests:

Dr. Coenen's research has focused on health care informatics, with expertise in nursing and health care terminology standards for the electronic health record. Dr. Coenen has been active with the International Council of Nurses eHealth Programme since 2000. She currently is the Director of the International Classification for Nursing Practice(ICNP)Programme

Teaching interests:

Dr. Coenen teaches nursing and health care informatics courses at both the undergraduate and the graduate level.

- folder: Research

A Collaborative Effort to Map Variables from the Virginia Henderson International Library to SMOMED-CT and ICNP

Cross Cultural Perspective on Dignified Dying

Describing parish nurse practice using the Nursing Minimum Data Set

Examining Standardized Nursing Terminology to Link Research to Practice through Clinical Decision Support Systems

Inmds: Development and Clinical Pilot Testing

International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP) Programme: Research Update

International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP?) Research and Development Through Global Collaboration

International Classification for Nursing Practice (Icnp)Programme: Research Update

Knowledge-Based Nursing Initiative: Translating Evidence into Practice

Mapping nursing interventions from a hospital information system to the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC).

Mapping nursing interventions from a hospital information system to the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC).

Nursing Informatics Research Priorities

Using nursing diagnoses to explain utilization in a Community Nursing Center.

- folder: External Research Links

Inter-terminology mapping of nursing problems

Link to abstract in PubMed.

Measuring elderly care through the use of a nursing conceptual model and the international classification for nursing practice(®)

Link to PubMed abstract.