ANIA Looks Forward to Another Successful Year
I am honored to be your ANIA President for 2022. I want to acknowledge the leadership provided by Immediate Past President Elizabeth Weeks and the 2021 Board of Directors. I am excited to welcome two new Regional Directors as well as those returning to the Board who have led our organization to our successes and resiliency.
Our organization continues to provide continuing education through our webinars, Journal of Informatics Nursing, and Annual Conference. Great strides have been made with our members representing our Research/Evidence Based Practice, Education, and Social Media Committees to advance and promote our profession. The excitement continues to grow throughout our local chapters by their sustainability, information sharing through webinars, chapter websites, and social media.
As we reflect and press forward, I am beyond proud of our nursing informatics community as we shape our world through technology to support our clinicians and patients navigate through new and increasingly intricate landscapes to not only have a better quality of life, but also to advance the care of the most complex and diverse populations.
Kathleen Ulanday, MBA, MHA, BSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS
2022 ANIA President