E. LaVerne Manos, DNP, RN-BC, FAMIA
Director, Interprofessional Informatics Programs of Study
Clinical Associate Professor
DNP, University of Kansas
MS, University of Kansas
BSN, University of Kansas
- KU faculty since 2010
- American Medical Informatics Association - AMIA
- Executive Committee Academic Forum - AMIA
- Executive Board Member - International Network for the Science of Team Science (INSciTS)
- Informatics Accreditation Site Surveyor Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education - CAHIIM
- Peer reviewer Journal of AMIA - JAMIA
- Reviewer HRSA Grant Proposals: Informatics, Interprofessional Education & Practice, and Nursing
- Commissioner: AMIA Health Informatics Certification and Chair of Eligibility Development Committee
- Nursing Informatics Program Directors (NIPD)/Academic Forum Founding Member and Community Chair
Academic Program Affiliations
- Interprofessional Master of Science in Health Informatics -MSHI (Program Director)
- Graduate Interprofessional Certificate in Informatics (Program Director)
Current Areas of Teaching
- IPHI 820, Program Project and Communication Planning
- IPHI 851, Transforming Health Care through Use of Information Systems and Technology
- IPHI 852, Health Data Theory and Practice
- IPHI 853, Abstraction and Modeling of Healthcare Information
- IPHI 854, Knowledge Management in Healthcare
- IPHI 856, Informatics Practicum
- IPHI 957, Health Informatics Human Factors & Ergonomics as Applied to Patient Safety
- IPHI 958, Knowledge Representation & Interoperability
- Manos, E.L., Modaress, N. (2020). Chapter: A paradigm shift in simulation: Experiential learning in virtual worlds and future use of virtual reality, robotics, and drones. In Saba, V., & McCormick, K. (Eds.). Essentials of Nursing Informatics. McGraw-Hill.
- Monsen, K., Bush, R., Jones, J., Manos, E.L., Skiba, D., Johnson, S. (2019) Computers, Informatics, Nursing: Alignment of AACN Graduate Level Nursing Informatics Competencies with AMIA Health Informatics Core Competencies. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing.
- Valenta, A., Berner, E., Boren, S., Decker, D., Eldredge, C., Fridsma, D., Gadd, C., Gong, Y., Johnson, T., Jones, J., Manos, E.L., Phillips, K., Roderer, N, Rosendale, D., Turner, A., Tusch, G., Williamson, J., Johnson, S. (2018). Whitepaper. AMIA Board White Paper: AMIA 2017 core competencies for applied health informatics education at the master's degree level, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Volume 25, Issue 12, December 2018, Pages 16 57-1668, https://doi.org/10.1093/jamia/ocy132
- Manos, E.L., Connors, H.B., Warren, J.J., & Stenner, T. (2017). Chapter: Informatics in the curriculum for healthcare professionals. In Nelson, R., & Staggers, N. (Eds.). Health Informatics: An interprofessional approach for health practitioners. Maryland Heights, MO: Elsevier. AJN Book of the year 2013
- Scotten, M., Manos, E.L., Malicoat, A., & Paolo, A.M. (2015). Minding the gap: Interprofessional communication during inpatient and post discharge chasm care. Patient Educ Couns, 98(7), 895-900.
- Waitman, L. R., Warren, J.J., Manos, E. L., & Connolly, D.W. (2011). Expressing Observations from Electronic Medical Record Flowsheets in an i2b2 based Clinical Data Repository. In Proceedings of the AMIA 2011 Symposium: Biomedical and Health Informatics. PMID: 22195209
- Monsen, K., Manos, E. L., Levy, B., Hersh, W. (2017) Toward Multi-disciplinary Synergy in Academic Health Informatics Programs: CCIPD, NIPD and Beyond. Panel presented at: AMIA Academic Forum InSpire Conference: Developing the Health Informatics Workforce of the Future. La Jolla, CA.
- Marian, K., Johnston, K., Manos, E. L. (2016). Whose Role is it to Provide Better Health Care Anyway? Workshop presented at the 16th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. San Diego, CA.
- Jeffries, P. R., Manos, E. L., Skiba, D. J., Willhous, J. K. (2012). Achieving IPE goals with technology. Panel Discussion at the National League for Nursing, 7th Technology Conference Spokane WA.
- 2012-2015, $998,000. Nursing, Education, Practice, Quality and Retention (NEPQR) HRSA funded grant. ICAP-Peds. Position on grant - PI
- 2013-2016, $1 Million. Kansas Reynolds grant - Program in Aging Transitions of Primary Care Patient Project. Funded by Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. Position on Grant -TeamSTEPPs expert in both education and practice - role is a consultant.
- 2014 Spring Office of Grants and Research Faculty Research award. Language, Power, and the Construction of Hierarchy in Healthcare: A Pilot Study to Investigate Healthcare Interprofessional Language Use. Position on Grant - Co-PI with Dr. Deb Ford
Awards & Honors
- 2015, March of Dimes Nurse of the Year, Informatics category