South Dakota Healthcare Informatics School - SD
Unfortunately, there are no campus-based South Dakota nursing informatics programs or nursing informatics schools in South Dakota. Fortunately, however, there are eleven different online education options available for student to earn certificates or degrees in nursing informatics including: Public Health Informatics Certificate, Post-Masters Certificate in Nursing-Nursing Informatics, Health Care Informatics Certificate, Master of Science-Nursing Informatics, Master’s in Nursing-Informatics, Nurse Educator Master’s, Leadership in Nursing and Health Care Systems Master’s, Master of Science in Nursing Regents Online Degree Program, and Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing. Students in South Dakota that enroll in one of these nurse informatics programs can expect to complete three to four credit classes in specific aspects of nurse informatics. Here are some examples of the types of courses that students can expect required coursework in: Introduction to Information Systems, Health Informatics, Informatics in Nursing and Health Care, Future Trends and Issues in Health Informatics, and Information and Knowledge Management.Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Nurses in Health Informatics in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Aberdeen and Watertown, South Dakota may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Sanford USD Medical Center, Rapid City Regional Hospital, Avera Saint Luke's Hospital and Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center.