Moss, Jacqueline

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Education PhD University of Maryland MS Georgia State University BSN Georgia State University AD Kennesaw College Biography Dr. Jacqueline Moss has a wide range of experience in adult critical care practice, nursing education, and research. She has a particular interest in healthcare informatics and earned a doctorate in nursing informatics. Dr. Moss has been involved in multiple projects designed to implement new information and communication technologies for use in healthcare practice and education. Research/Clinical Interest Research conducted by Dr. Moss includes the determination of information needs and use of decision support in acute care clinical practice and the use of standardized terminologies in health outcomes management. Selected Publications Struck, C., Moss, J. (2009). Focus on Technology: What can you do to move the vision forward? Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 27(3), 192-194 Moss, J., Berner, E., Bothe, O., Rymarchuk, I. (2008). Intravenous medication administration in intensive care: Opportunities for technological solutions. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington DC. 495-499. Xiao Y, Hu P, Moss J, de Winter J, Venekamp D, Mackenzie CF, Seagull FJ, Perkins S. (2008).Opportunities and challenges in improving surgical work flow. Cognition, Technology & Work, 10, 313-321. Nabirye, R., Moss, J. (2008). Implementing computer-based patient records in the Ugandan healthcare system: challenges and opportunities. Computers, Informatics, and Nursing, 26(3), 131-4. Xiao, Y., Seagull, FJ, Plasters, CL., Moss, J. (2007). Resilience in intensive care units: A transactive responsibility model. Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics-2007, Montreal Canada, 3423-3427. Moss, J., Andison, M., Sobko, H. (2007). An Analysis of Narrative Nursing Documentation in an Otherwise Structured Intensive Care Clinical Information System. . Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Chicago, 543-547. Andison, M., Moss, J. (2007). What Nurses Do: Use of the ISO Reference Terminology Model for Nursing Action as a Framework for Analyzing MICU Nursing Practice Patterns. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Chicago, 21-25. Xiao, Y., Schenkel, S., Faraj, S., Mackenzie, C., Moss, J. (2007). What whiteboards in a trauma operating room suite can teach us about emergency department communication. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 50(4), 387-95 Moss, J., Berner, E., Savell, K. (2007). A Mobile Data Collection Tool for Workflow Analysis. Medinfo 2007, 48-52. Jones, S., Moss, J. (2006) Computerized Provider Order Entry: Strategies for Successful Implementation. Journal of Nursing Administration, 36 (3), 136-140. Autrey, P., Moss, J. (2006). High Reliability Teams and Situation Awareness: Implementing a Hospital Emergency Incident Command System. Journal of Nursing Administration, 36(2), 67-72. Berner, E., Moss, J. (2005). Informatics Challenges for the Impending Patient Information Explosion. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.12, 614-617. Moss, J., Steadman, A. (2005). Using electronic data collection tools in the clinical setting. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 23 (5), 243-245. Moss, J. (2005). Data management and informatics. In D. Huber (Ed), Leadership and nursing care management 3rd edition (pp.271-286). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders. Moss, J., Damrongsak, M., Gallichio, K. (2005). Representing critical care data using the clinical care classification. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC, 545-549. Moss, J. (2005). Technological system solutions to clinical communication error. Journal of Nursing Administration, 35(2), S1-S3. Xiao, J., Plasters, C., Seagull, J., Moss, J. (2004). Cultural and Institutional Conditions for High Reliability Teams. Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics-2004, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2580-2585