Welcome to Informatics in eHealth

The purpose of this website is to provide ongoing support and resources for clinicians interested in understanding health informatics and its potential for impact on transitioning with eHealth Ireland.  

Pamela Hussey

Lecturer in Health Informatics

School of Nursing and Human Science, Dublin City University

Publications and Conference Presentations

Hussey P. Tully M  2017 National Data Dictionary Metadata Registry Framework Briefing Paper

Accessible from http://ehealthireland.ie/Our-Team/Enterprise-Architecture/Information-Architecture-/

Hussey P. An Introduction to Nursing Informatics

More information from: http://www.intro2nursinginformatics.com/ 


Hussey PA. & Kennedy MA Instantiating informatics within nursing practice for integrated patient centered holistic models of care: A Discussion Paper

Accessible from: Journal of Advanced Nursing  2016 May; 72(5):1030-41


Hussey P Adams E & Shaffer F Nursing Informatics and Leadership, an Essential Competency for a Global Priority: eHealth

Accessible from: Nurse Leader, 2016 13:52-57


Hussey P. & Rodger D. (2014) Nursing Roles and Interagency Communication,  Demonstrating Requirements for Future Models of Care. Health Informatics Society of Ireland Nursing and Midwifery Report ISBN 978-1-873769-26-3.

Accessible from: http://doras.dcu.ie/view/people/Hussey,_Pamela.html

Sweeney MR., Kirwan A., Kelly M., Corbally M., O Neill S. , Kirwan M., Hourican S. , Matthews A. , Hussey  P.  (2016) Transition to blended learning: experiences from the first year of our blended learning Bachelor of Nursing Studies programme Contemporary Nurse

Accessible from: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10376178.2016.1197781 

Hussey P , Adams E, Matthews A (2017) 'ICNP and Healthcare Reform - readiness for engagement' Problemy Pielegniarstwa via Medica, 25 (2) :1-4. 

Hussey, P.; Corbally, M; Rodger, D.; Kirwan, A.; Adams, E.; Kavanagh, P; Matthews, A. ICNP® R&D Centre Ireland Defining Requirements for an Intersectoral Digital Landscape Informatics 2017, 4(2), 7; doi:10.3390/informatics4020007 Available Online http://www.mdpi.com/2227-9709/4/2/7.

Rodger D & Hussey P (2017) 'From Entry to Practice to Advanced Practitioner - The progression of competencies and how they assist in delivery of eHealth Programmes for Healthy Ageing' In: Muphy J Goosen W Weber P (eds). Forecasting Informatics Competencies For Nurses in the Future of Connected Health. Amsterdam: IOS Press. 

Current Projects 2017
  • Successful tender to provide consultancy services for ICT Terminology and Data Modelling to HSE 2017-2020.