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20052020

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Dr. Yen is a registered nurse with informatics training and research experience especially in the areas of health information technology (HIT) usability evaluation, human computer interaction, time motion study, and systematic reviews. She received the mentor award from the Epsilon Chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) in 2014, which is an Honor Society of Nursing and aims to advance world health and celebrates nursing excellence through scholarship, leadership, and service. In addition, in February 2016, she was selected as an Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI) Emerging Leader. She aims to establish an academic-practice partnership in clinical informatics to enhance the translation of clinical informatics research to the clinical setting, and to promote the application of innovative and trending informatics approaches to inform and improve clinical practice, as well as bridge the gap between informatics research and practice. Dr. Yen’s research goals are to continue working on applied clinical informatics, foster the connection between research and practice, promote informatics training to the next generation of health professions education, and provide a user-friendly HIT environment for clinicians.

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