TIGER-based Assessment of Nursing Informatics Competencies.
The self-assessment is completed using the TIGER-based Assessment of Nursing Informatics Competencies (TANIC) tool. TIGER refers to the Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform Initiative which identified a list of the minimum informatics competencies for all nurses and students graduating from pre- and post-licensure programs. The graded self-evaluation of your informatics competencies is required in order to increase one’s own understanding of competencies in nursing informatics which will enable the planning of strategies to enhance knowledge and skills.
Reflect and respond to EACH of the following questions.
Regarding the Post-TANIC Self-Assessment for this week, how does your competency level during week 7 compare to the Week 2 Self-Assessment?
Which competencies do you think may benefit you in your future role as an APN and why?
As discussed in the lesson this week, healthcare providers must be competent in informatics in order to make ethical decisions about informatics technologies and patients’ intimate healthcare data and information. To the extent that information technology is reshaping healthcare practices or promises to improve patient care, healthcare professionals must possess certain competencies which will assist with consistency and quality. Which competencies did you achieve in this course? Explain.
Please use APA format and references within the last 5 years