Biomedical Informatics

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Biomedical Informatics by Mind Map: Biomedical Informatics

1. Core Competency Issues

1.1. Theory and Methodology Issues

1.1.1. background and experience of graduate BMI

1.2. Scientific and Technological Issues

1.2.1. information and computer science

1.3. Human Factors and Social Issues

1.3.1. familiarity w/ fundamentals of social, organizational, cognitive, and decision science insights

2. Biomedical Disciplines

2.1. Bioinformatics

2.2. Structural (Imaging) Informatics

2.3. Health Informatics

2.3.1. Clinical Informatics

2.3.1.1. Medical Informatics

2.3.1.2. Nursing Informatics

2.3.1.3. Dental Informatics

2.3.2. Public Health/ Population/ Global Health Informatics

2.4. Translational Bioinformatics (TBI), Clinical Research Informatics (CRI)

2.4.1. bioinformatics -- structural informatics -- clinical informatics

3. AMIA Definition

3.1. Corollary 1: Scope and Breadth of Discipline

3.1.1. molecules --> individuals --> populations

3.2. Corollary 2: Theory and Methodology

3.2.1. theories, methods, processes

3.3. Corollary 3: Technological Approach

3.3.1. computing, communication, information sciences

3.4. Corollary 4: Human and Social Context

3.4.1. social and behavioral sciences

4. Core Competencies

4.1. (a) Prerequisite Knowledge

4.1.1. remember

4.2. (b) Fundamental Knowledge

4.2.1. understand

4.3. (c) Procedural Knowledge

4.3.1. apply, analyze, evaluate, create