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Biodefense and Nursing Informatics

Bakken, Suzanne DNSc, RN, FAAN

AJN The American Journal of Nursing: September 2002 - Volume 102 - Issue 9 - p 79-80
Features: Life Since 9/11

The skills and technology nurses need.

Four essays: “Humbling Examples and Every Day Heroes,” by Joanne Disch; “Holding Society, and Nursing, Together,” by Kristine M. Gebbie; “Learning As We Go: Public Health, One Year Later,” by Diane Downing; “Biodefense and Nursing Informatics,” by Suzanne Bakken; plus reflections on how life has changed.

Suzanne Bakken is alumni professor of nursing and professor of medical informatics at Columbia University, New York City. She directs the Center for Evidence-Based Practice in the Underserved as well as pre-and postdoctoral research training programs; both programs are funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research.

© 2002 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.