CNIA 2007 Conference - Concurrent Sessions - Tuesday, October 2 –2:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Track/Room: Regency A

Presentation Title


Educating Nurses Across the Continuum

Refinement and Validation of a Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) Application: Increasing nurses' informatics skills and knowledge to support clinical decision making at the bedside

Tammie Di Pietro, RN, MN, Doctoral Student, University of Toronto

Integration of ICT into a Nurse Mentorship Program

Kathleen Heslin, RN, MScN, Chief Nurse Executive, York Central Hospital

Dr. Mina Singh, Assistant Professor, York University

Abel Cheng, BSc, Med (Cand.), CCRP, Project and Research Coordinator, York Central Hospital

Using communicative and creative technologies to weave social justice and change theory into the tapestry of nursing curriculum

June Kaminski, RN, MSN, PhD(c), President,

Canadian Nursing Informatics Association

Blended Learning in Nursing Orientation: A collaboration between Nursing Informatics and Nurse Educators

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

Heather Pollex, RN, EdD, Nursing Education Coordinator, University Health Network

Track/Room: Regency
B, D

Presentation Title


Measuring the Value

Telehealth: Redefining the patient experience of complex ambulatory oncology care in rural Ontario

Brendan Purdy, RN, MS(c), Telehealth Program Coordinator, University Health Network

Exploring the Electronic Flow of Nursing Sensitive Outcomes Information Across Three Sectors: acute care, long term care and complex continuing care

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

Nursing-sensitive Outcomes - Standardizing Nursing Language for Inclusion in EHRs

Peggy White, National Project Director, C-HOBIC Initiative

Kathryn Hannah, Executive Project Lead, Canadian Nurses Association

Track/Room: Regency
C, D

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The IT – EHR Challenge

Making eHealth a Clinical Priority for Nurse Leaders - Transforming and Integrating the Chief Nurse Executive's Operational Agenda with the Corporate eHealth Agenda

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

Unintended Consequences of Informatics Initiatives

Val Cartmel, RN, BSN, MA, Regional Leader, Clinical Informatics, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

Adoption of EHRs

Sandra G. Allen, RN, MN, PHCNP C Neph (c), Documentation Coordinator & Electronic Health Record Nurse Consultant, Atlantic Health Sciences Corp.

Building the Capacity for Success: Strategies for Introducing Technology in Healthcare

Suzanne Craig, RN, BSN, PhD(c)), Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia

Patient-Centred Care in Focus: Stepping-stone to Electronic Documentation

Agnese Bianchi, RN, BScN, MN, Project Manager, Nursing Informatics, University Health Network

Heather Pollex, RN, BA, BScN, MSc(T), EdD, Nursing Education Coordinator, University Health Network

Representing Nursing Practice using ICNP®

Dr. Margaret Ann Kennedy, School of Nursing, St. Francis Xavier University

Track/Room: Regency
A, B, D&E

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Realizing Benefits Beyond Institutions

The Integral Role of Nurses at the Ontario Telemedicine Network

Kathy Crone, Regional Vice President, Clinical, Education & Training Programs, Ontario Telemedicine Network

Video-based Telehomecare for the Delivery of Disease Management Programs

Diane Duff, PhD, MScN, BN, Associate Professor, York University

Dr. Mina Singh, Assistant Professor, York University

Dr. Janet Jeffrey, Associate Professor, York University

Children's Treatment Network - Leveraging an Electronic Client Record to Provide Integrated Care for Children and Youth with Multiple Needs

Catherine Renwick, RN, Senior Consultant, Healthtech Inc.

Sandy Thurston, Director Network Development, Evaluation and Planning, Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York

Outcome Based Care Framework as a Foundation for Electronic Health Record in Home Health Care

Cheryl Reid-Haughian, RN, BHScN, CCHN (c), Director, Professional Practice, ParaMed Home Health Care

From Lamps to Laptops: Transforming care for rural and remote patients

Sharon McGonigle, RN, McN, Telehealth Program Coordinator, University Health Network

Transitioning from Implementation to Integration: An innovative team approach to support integration of technology into clinical practice

Teresa Coles, RN, BSN, Registered Nurse, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority