About Jane M Carrington
Dr. Carrington has taught informatics courses at the Masters and PhD levels. Dr. Carrington has also taught Evidence Based Practice for DNP students.
The focus of Dr. Carrington’s research is nurse to nurse communication of a clinical event or change in patient condition using the electronic health record. Dr. Carrington uses techniques in qualitative research and natural language processing to analyze nurse to nurse communication and decision-making associated with a clinical event.
Dr. Carrington has been a long time active member of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) and Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. She is also a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and serves on the Information Technology Expert Panel. She has also serves on national committees for issues related to informatics, informatics education and standards.
Dr. Carrington’s areas of expertise include Informatics, electronic health record, human factors, and communication.