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Welcome to the TIGER Competencies wiki!!

 

TIGER Informatics Competency Collaborative members, please click on wiki info to find information on how to use and contribute to this wiki: wiki info     All others - enjoy reading about the activities of this collaborative. For more information on the TIGER initiative please visit  http://www.tigersummit.com/

 

NEW! 9 November 2010

Baseline Informatics Competencies for Nurse Managers: Nurse Manager Informatics Competencies.pdf

Contributed by Michael D. Hart, Arkansas Childrens's Hospital, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer

 

13 November, 2009

Speradsheet listing all recommended TIGER Informatics Competencies:  TIGER_Competency_Items2.xlsx

MANY thanks to Sunmoo Yoon, Columbia University Graduate Student, for helping TIGER create this spreadsheet

  

27 August, 2009

TIGER Informatics Competencies Collaborative Final Report:  TICC_Final.pdf

 

 

Draft Recommendations 

 

Computer Literacy 2_Examples.doc 

 

BasicComputerCompetencies_rev.doc 

 

TIGER_Competencies_Summary_Report_information literacy dt (d1).doc 

 

Category Overview_awareness_SarahT.doc 

 

TIGER_Competencies_Summary_Report__compiled_d1[1].doc 

 

 

Tiger Competencies info contains information about the TIGER Informatics Competencies Collaborative (TICC).

 

 

WG1 info contains information about TICC Working Group 1

 

WG2 info contains information about TICC Working Group 2

 

WG3 info contains information about TICC Working Group 3

 

 

Competency Lists contains bare naked lists of relevant (broad definition of relevency here) competencies with sources cited.

 

 

Comments (1)

kim said

at 1:08 am on Feb 7, 2010

What a huge help. I love wikis and have realized that it is essential for team work and meeting deadlines. THis is just awesome. Thank you.

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