Webinar 09/16/20: The Use of Artificial Intelligence Models in Predicting COVID-19 Clusters
Webinar Title: The Use of Artificial Intelligence Models in Predicting COVID-19 Clusters
Date: September 16, 2020; 12:00 p.m.– 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Speaker: Linda Nikpour, DNP, RN-BC, CAHIMS
Registration: Click here to register for the webinar
About Our Speaker:
Ms. Linda Nikpour, DNP, RN-BC, CAHIMS, is the Director of the Undergraduate Health Science Program and Assistant Profefessor at Madonna University. In her role, she directs two tracks in Health Science: Population Health Management and Health Care Informatics and Quality Systems Management. She graduated from Waynesburg University with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice, a master’s degree in Health Care Informatics from The University of Colorado, and a Bachelor of Nursing Science degree from The University of Iowa. Also, Ms. Nikpour obtained a graduate certificate in Population Health Science from Jefferson University in 2018. She has worked extensively in infection prevention roles in acute care settings before transitioning to academia.