Karen Monsen PhD, RN, FAAN, FAMIA
Karen Monsen PhD, RN, FAAN, FAMIA
Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Minnesota
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Omaha system: une taxonomie standardisée
KS Martin, EC Marques, V Grenier-Renoud, G Sobral
RMS Éditions/Médecine & Hygiène, 2021
Buurtzorg nederland: a global model of social innovation, change, and whole-systems healing
MJ Kreitzer, KA Monsen, S Nandram, J De Blok
Global advances in health and medicine 4 (1), 40-44, 2015
Attitudes of health professionals towards electronic health records in primary health care settings: a questionnaire survey
S Secginli, S Erdogan, KA Monsen
Informatics for Health and Social Care 39 (1), 15-32, 2014
The Omaha system and meaningful use: applications for practice, education, and research
KS Martin, KA Monsen, KH Bowles
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 29 (1), 52-58, 2011
Buurtzorg Nederland
K Monsen, J Deblok
AJN The American Journal of Nursing 113 (8), 55-59, 2013
Impact of adoption of a comprehensive electronic health record on nursing work and caring efficacy
E Schenk, R Schleyer, CR Jones, S Fincham, KB Daratha, KA Monsen
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 36 (7), 331-339, 2018
Buurtzorg: nurse-led community care
KA Monsen, J De Blok
Creative nursing 19 (3), 122-127, 2013
The gap in big data: getting to wellbeing, strengths, and a whole-person perspective
KA Monsen, J Peters, S Schlesner, CE Vanderboom, DE Holland
Global advances in health and medicine 4 (3), 31-39, 2015
Comparing maternal child health problems and outcomes across public health nursing agencies
KA Monsen, JA Fulkerson, AB Lytton, LL Taft, LD Schwichtenberg, ...
Maternal and Child Health Journal 14, 412-421, 2010
Seeing the whole person: feasibility of using the Omaha System to describe strengths of older adults with chronic illness.
KA Monsen, DE Holland, PW Fung-Houger, CE Vanderboom
Research & Theory for Nursing Practice 28 (4), 2014
Using the Omaha System to describe health problems, interventions, and outcomes in home care in Istanbul, Turkey: a student informatics research experience
S Erdogan, S Secginli, G Cosansu, NO Nahcivan, MN Esin, E Aktas, ...
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 31 (6), 290-298, 2013
Time motion analysis of nursing work in ICU, telemetry and medical‐surgical units
E Schenk, R Schleyer, CR Jones, S Fincham, KB Daratha, KA Monsen
Journal of Nursing Management 25 (8), 640-646, 2017
Clustering of elderly patient subgroups to identify medication-related readmission risks
CH Olson, S Dey, V Kumar, KA Monsen, BL Westra
International journal of medical informatics 85 (1), 43-52, 2016
A public health nursing informatics data-and-practice quality project
KA Monsen, LL Fitzsimmons, BA Lescenski, AB Lytton, ...
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 24 (3), 152-158, 2006
Intervention effectiveness research: Quality improvement and program evaluation
KA Monsen
Springer International Publishing, 2018
Public health nurse perceptions of Omaha System data visualization
S Lee, E Kim, KA Monsen
International Journal of Medical Informatics 84 (10), 826-834, 2015
Evidence-based standardized care plans for use internationally to improve home care practice and population health
KA Monsen, DJ Foster, T Gomez, JK Poulsen, J Mast, BL Westra, ...
Applied Clinical Informatics 2 (03), 373-384, 2011
Data management for intervention effectiveness research: Comparing deductive and inductive approaches
KA Monsen, BL Westra, F Yu, VK Ramadoss, MJ Kerr
Research in nursing & health 32 (6), 647-656, 2009
Social determinants and health disparities associated with outcomes of women of childbearing age who receive public health nurse home visiting services
KA Monsen, JK Brandt, BL Brueshoff, CL Chi, MA Mathiason, ...
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 46 (2), 292-303, 2017
Discovering public health nurse–specific family home visiting intervention patterns using visualization techniques
KA Monsen, JJ Peterson, MA Mathiason, E Kim, B Votava, ...
Western Journal of Nursing Research 39 (1), 127-146, 2017
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