School of Computing and Informatics

Computer Games

Computer Security

ICT in entrepreneurial and
economic development

Electronic health records

ICT in developing countries

Teaching mobile computing

Multi-player immersive learning

Electronic prescriptions

 

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Fortune Mhlanga
Director of the School of Computing and Informatics
Fortune.Mhlanga@lipscomb.edu 
615.966.5073
 
Academic Specialties
-- Computer Science
-- Software Engineering
 
Other Topics
Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in developing countries  •  Computer security issues  • Simulation and modeling •  ICT in entrepreneurial and economic development  •  Creative economic  strategies for development  • Computer game development
 

 

Elizabeth Breeden
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Director of Masters of Health Care Informatics Program
 
Academic Specialties
-- Health Care Informatics
-- Electronic Health Records
-- Medication Therapy Management
 
Other Topics
Pharmacy Informatics Competencies  •  Consumer Health Informatics  •  Electronic Health Record  •  Clinical Decision Support  •  Health Information Exchange, Interoperability and Federal Regulations   •  Computerized Provider Order Entry  •  Electronic prescriptions  •  Medication use process  •  Vendor health care IT  •  Medication use and patient safety