Informatics

Overview

The Meyers Nursing Informatics program provides innovative advanced study in nursing informatics. Students apply model/theories of nursing informatics to a clinical practice and learn to integrate evidenced-based protocols into nursing information and patient care systems and apply data analytics concepts for research. The program focus on the analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of clinical and nursing systems used in used in a variety of patient care delivery settings. This program prepares nurses to become nursing informatics leaders in a variety of innovative roles.

Students have computer lab and unique practicum experience in five of six specialty courses. In addition, students have exciting opportunities to work with informatics specialists and leaders and to collaborate with other NYU colleges like Tandon Engineering. Students also have access to the Leslie e-Lab where they can collaborate with other students to design innovative healthcare technologies so as to  foster their entrepreneurship skills.

Graduates of the nursing informatics program are eligible to sit for the ANCC Nursing Informatics Certification Examination.