The nursing terminology summit: collaboration for progress

Judy Ozbolt, Ida Androwich, Suzanne Bakken, Patricia Button, Nicholas Hardiker, Charles Mead, Judith Warren, Christine Zingo

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Abstract

The Nursing Terminology Summit has used collaborative processes to bring about significant changes in the development of terminology standards for nursing. This paper draws on agendas, reports, notes, and other documents from the Summit, in addition to the authors’ own experience as Organizer, Steering Committee, and participants, to provide a brief history of the Summit process. The analysis identifies factors that increased the risk of failure as well as factors that fostered success. The paper concludes with lessons learned that can be applied in other arenas to promote change in medical informatics
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMedinfo 2001
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the 10th World Congress on Medical Informatics
EditorsV.L. Patel, R. Rogers, R. Haux
Pages236-240
Number of pages5
Volume84
ISBN (Electronic)9781607509288
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes

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    Ozbolt, J., Androwich, I., Bakken, S., Button, P., Hardiker, N., Mead, C., ... Zingo, C. (2001). The nursing terminology summit: collaboration for progress. In V. L. Patel, R. Rogers, & R. Haux (Eds.), Medinfo 2001: Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Medical Informatics (Vol. 84, pp. 236-240)