Artificial Intelligence in Nursing
About the Course
What is artificial intelligence (AI)? How is it being used in healthcare today? How is it already influencing nursing care? Artificial intelligence is not a new technology. It has been around for decades. As technology continues to evolve and people train the associated technological algorithms with more data to become smarter, technology really can begin to perform some humanlike tasks. Computers are essentially developing a cognitive type of ability, based on how the technology is designed, to work in healthcare from assisting with preparing hospital charges for billing to intelligent robots assisting patients and healthcare professionals. There are a lot of advantages with intelligence technology, but where can “help” cross the line over into concern?
Upon completion of this course, the learner should be able to:
- Discuss descriptions of artificial intelligence and augmented reality.
- Examine why artificial intelligence and machine learning are important for nurses to understand and how the technology impacts healthcare.
- Discuss the importance of ethics as it relates to artificial intelligence and machine learning.
- Examine clinical/healthcare scenarios where artificial intelligence is being used in nursing.
About the Presenters
Susan McBride, PhD, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FAAN, is Associate Dean of Research at the University of Texas and has her PhD in nursing with a clinical background as a clinical nurse specialist (CNS). She is certified as a Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS). A fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, she is well published and an experienced speaker with over 20 years of experience in informatics and as an educator for statistics and epidemiology.
Kirk Ornstein, MSN, RN, CNL, is a master's prepared registered nurse and clinical nurse leader (CNL). He has varied and interesting nursing experiences from private duty and medical ICU step down to pediatric nursing, including both camp and school nursing. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Ornstein did contract tracer work within the specialty of pediatrics. In addition, he has experience with artificial intelligence (AI) technology and insulin pumps. With this unique experience, he’s educating healthcare professionals about things to consider related to the benefits and concerns for AI and other technologies from the clinical perspective.
How to Receive Credit
- Listen to the entire podcast, which requires a 1-hour commitment of time.
- At the end of the course, answer the Yes/No Affirmation question to indicate that you have completed the educational activity.
- Specific to Florida: A mandatory Final Examination with a passing score of 75% or higher is required. Exam questions link content to the course Learning Objectives as a method to enhance individualized learning and material retention.
- Provide required personal and payment information. <li data-aria-level="1" data-aria-posinset="2" data-font="Noto Sans Symbols"