Dr. Tami H. Wyatt is professor and Torchbearer Professorship in Nursing at the UT
College of Nursing. She is the Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Studies and the
Chair of the Masters program. Dr. Wyatt has expertise in online learning and ways to
enhance traditional education with instructional technology. She uses both synchronous
and asynchronous learning methods in online environments through course management tools,
teleconferencing, chat rooms, digital stories, self-directed web-based modules, and
simulation integrated with electronic health records. Her focus on teaching and
instructional technology has resulted in awards from the National League for Nursing,
American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society,
Glaxo Smith Kline, Tennessee Nurses Association, and the University of Tennessee Research
Foundation. Dr. Wyatt is a Harvard Macy Scholar, mHealth Summer Training Institute
Fellow, and a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and the Academy of Nursing
Education. 

Dr. Wyatt is also the President of Academic Technology Innovations, a small business
dedicated to technology solutions in higher education. In the company’s first year,
iCare, their prototype educational electronic health record was sold to Wolters-Kluwer,
an international medical publishing company. The electronic health record, now known as
DocuCare is being sold to nursing programs across the US and it is being marketed in
Europe, New Zealand, and Australia. 

Articles

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Developing an Interactive Story for Children with Asthma (with Xueping Li, Yu Huang, Rachel Farmer, Delanna Reed, and Patricia Burkhart), Nursing Clinics of North America (2013)

Despite advancements in asthma treatment and diagnosis, asthma still remains the number 1 cause for...

 

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The effect of reflective writing interventions on the critical thinking skills and dispositions of baccalaureate nursing students (with Jessica Naber), Nurse Education Today (2013)

BACKGROUND: The importance of critical thinking is well-documented by the American Association of Colleges of...

 

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E-health and Nursing: Using Smartphones to Enhance Nursing Practice (with Patricia Biller Krauskopf), Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (2012)

Phones have evolved from a two-way analog form of communication to palm sized computers called...

 

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Developing iCare v.1.0: An Academic Electronic Health Record (with Xueping Li, Chayawat Indranoi, and Matthew Bell), Computers, Informatics, Nursing (2012)

An electronic health record application, iCare v.1.0, was developed and tested that allows data input...

 

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Increasing Nursing Treatment for Pediatric Procedural Pain (with April A. Bice and Mary Gunther), Pain Management Nursing (2012)

Procedural pain management is an underused practice in children. Despite the availability of efficacious treatments,...

 

Contributions to Books

Information Technology in Clinical Settings, Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management, (2013)
 

Challenges in Teaching and Learning, Conceptual Foundations: The Bridge to Professional Nursing Practice (2010)
 

Development and Usability of iCare: An Electronic Health Record System (with Chayawat Indranoi and Xueping Li), Proceedings of the 2009 Industrial Engineering Research Conference (2009)
 

Presentations

Okay With Asthma V.2.0: An Interactive Narrative Asthma Program (with Xueping Li, Rachel Farmer, and Yu Huang), INFORMS (2010)
 

Okay With Asthma V.2.0: An Interactive Narrative Asthma Program (with Xueping Li, Rachel Farmer, and Yu Huang), INFORMS (2010)
 

Other

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Lippincott's DocuCare (2012)

Lippincott’s DocuCare—an educational electronic health record program (EHR)—was originally founded as iCare through a faculty...

 

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Okay with Asthma™ (2003)

Okay with Asthma™ is an interactive, animated web site for children that provides information about...