CNIA 2007 Conference - Concurrent Sessions - Monday, October 1 – 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Track/Room: Regency A

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Educating Nurses Across the Continuum

Students' Perceptions of Participation and Interaction in Online Nursing Computer-Conferencing Courses

Richard Booth, RN, BScN, MScN
The University of Western Ontario

Nursing Informatics Competencies for Practicing RNs: A Self Assessment Initiative

June Kaminski, RN, MSN, PhD(c), President, Canadian Nursing Informatics Association

Electronic Student Management System

Barbara Boyle, RN, MSN, Program Associate Nurse Practitioner Program, University of British Columbia

Total Evaluation: Building the Case for eLearning

Trisha Coady, BScN, MN (c), President & Co-founder, MedSenses Inc.

Track/Room: Regency B

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Measuring the Value

Usability Evaluation of a Decision Support Innovation Linking Evidence Based Practice with HOBIC Outcomes Measurement

Diane Doran. RN, PhD, FCAHS, Professor, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto

An Innovative Approach to Improving Interdisciplinary Communication

Barb Duffey-Rosenstein, BSN, Nursing Informatics Lead, Mount Sinai Hospital

Anita Low, Nursing Unit Administrator, Mount Sinai Hospital

Assessing Nursing Attitudes and Perceptions Toward the Implementation of an Innovative Communication Technology in an Acute Care Setting

Susan Hall, RN, Kingston General Hospital

Rosemary Wilson, RN PHD(c) ACNP Con(c), Clinical Nurse Specialist/Nurse Practitioner Acute Pain Management

Towards Evaluating Quality, Access, and Productivity - The Creation of a pan-Canadian Electronic Health Record Evaluation Framework

Gavin Giles, Benefits Evaluation Analyst, Canada Health Infoway

Track/Room: Regency C

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The IT – EHR Challenge

Taking a Clinical Byte Out of Paper: Launching a Change/Leadership Management Model to Facilitate Migration from Paper-Based to Electronic Readiness in an Academic Health Science Centre

Sally Remus, BScN, MScN, Director, Clinical Informatics, St. Michael's Hospital

Erika Luisa dela Cruz, Clinical Informatics Specialist, St. Michael’s Hospital

Taking the First Steps: Nursing documentation

Helen Holmes, RN, MBA, Senior Consultant, HInext Inc.

The Jekyll and Hyde Project: One Project - Two Outcomes

Laura Barkley, RN, BScN, Clinical Analyst, Change Management, Capital Health

Jocelyn Anderson, Clinical Analyst, Change Management Team, Capital Health

Infoway's User Engagement Strategy

Dr. Lynn M. Nagle, Senior Nursing Advisor, Canada Health Infoway

Catarina Versaevel, Group Director, End User Engagement Strategy, Canada Health Infoway

Track/Room: Regency D&E

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Realizing Benefits Beyond Institutions

Applying Computer Generated Outcomes to Support Clinical Judgement in Assisted Living

Mary Henderson Betkus RN, MSc, Regional Clinical Leader, Home & Community Health, Northern Health

Beyond the Clinic Walls: Stroke Prevention Nurses adopt telehealth to support best practices

Cindy Bolton, BScN, MBA, Project Manager Clinical Documentation, Kingston General Hospital

Sandra Melchiorre, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Stroke Strategy of Southeastern Ontario, (Chair, Stroke Prevention Nurses Group), Kingston General Hospital

The Nursing Informatics Specialist: Reaching beyond the walls into the global community

Cathy Johnson, BHS, Project Manager, Nursing Informatics, University Health Network

Brenda Laurie-Shaw, Director, Nursing Informatics, University Health Network