If you’re an RN with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), now you can prepare to be a leader who knows how to use medical information and technology to improve patient care. Earn a Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Informatics 100% online, and merge your clinical expertise with an ability to interpret health data. Learn how to customize electronic health records to suit client needs and how to use this data to conduct research that helps strengthen healthcare delivery and public health efforts, while improving patient safety and medical outcomes. Take just five 8-week courses – the same courses that comprise the informatics portion of the MSN: Informatics Specialization.
Jacksonville University’s Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Informatics is for RNs who already have an MSN or DNP and wish to gain advanced knowledge of healthcare informatics to integrate with their existing clinical expertise. The ideal student is passionate about improving the health and wellness of patients, has an interest in technology, and enjoys working with clinical staff, support staff and patients in a variety of settings. Nursing informatics is a good fit for nurses who enjoy ever-changing, day-to-day responsibilities that take them from nurses’ stations and patient rooms to physician offices and the information technology (IT) department.
Offered online through the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences School of Nursing and School of Applied Health Sciences, the Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Informatics is a great fit for busy nurses! Earn informatics credentials when and where it’s convenient for you. A 100% online classroom allows you to schedule your studies around family and friends, career and community.
With a Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Informatics, you can work in a variety of settings, from hospitals to consulting firms. This credential can lead to positions including: