Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Promoting Nurses Work in Health Informatics in Practice, Research, Leadership, and Education

CJNI is a peer-reviewed, online, quarterly journal.

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INDEX OF CONTENT

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Index of Volume 16 Number 1

INDEX OF CONTENT

Volume 16 No 1 2021

by June Kaminski
Editor in Chief

Volume 16 No 1 2021

The Rise of Telehealth: COVID-19 and beyond

by June Kaminski
Editor in Chief

Volume 16 No 1 2021

by Allen McLean
Software Column

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Software development trends 2021

by Allen McLean
Software Column

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Mar, 20
by Kedar Radhakrishna 
& William Clifford 

Volume 16 No 1 2021

A Standards-Based Approach to Electronic Clinical Document Distribution in Primary Care

by Kedar Radhakrishna
& William Clifford

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Mar, 20
by Lora Appel
& Eva Peisachovich
Don Sinclair 

Volume 16 No 1 2021

CVRriculum Program: Outcomes from an Exploratory Pilot Program Incorporating Virtual Reality into Existing Curricula and Evaluating Its Impact on Empathy-Building and Experiential Education

by Lora Appel
& Eva Peisachovich
Don Sinclair

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Mar, 20
by Susan C. Johnson

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Smart Pump Implementation to Meet Anticipated Surge Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Susan C. Johnson

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Mar, 20
by Raymund John Ang
& John Robert Bautista
Joaquin Sapul Jr

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Development, testing and evaluation of an electronic nursing Kardex based on a content management system

by Raymund John Ang
& John Robert Bautista
Joaquin Sapul Jr

Volume 16 No 1 2021

Mar, 20
  • The Rise of Telehealth: COVID-19 and beyond May 16, 2021
    by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Telehealth and other digital technologies are becoming cornerstones of Canada’s, the US and global healthcare system’s move to value-based, client-centred, collaborative care. Telehealth is one kind of virtual care that is beginning to make a real difference in client-centred care and in supporting health literacy. “Telehealth connects patients to […]

The Mission of The Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics is to provide a free, peer-reviewed venue for  nurses and researchers who work with Nursing Informatics to disseminate their research, presentations, reviews, essays, multimedia and other digital publishable materials on a global scale. We have decided to offer this journal free of charge to authors and readers in order to make informatics research and theory openly available to all Canadian nurses.

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