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This article was written on 16 Dec 2014, and is filled under Volume 9 2014, Volume 9 No 3 & 4.

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CJNI’s 2015 New Year’s Resolutions

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by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c)
Editor in Chief

June KaminskiThe CJNI was initiated by June Kaminski in 2006. June was President of CNIA in 2008-9, and Director of Communication from 2003 to 2012. She is currently President of the Canadian Nurses for Health and the Environment; Past President and Director at Large for Sigma Theta Tau International, Xi Eta Chapter; and Editor in Chief of the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics In 2012, June was honored to receive the CASN and Canada Health Infoway’s inaugural Nursing Faculty E-Health Award 2012 in Ottawa Canada. She offers the Nursing Informatics Learning Centre for nurses.

EDITORIAL

Happy New Year!2015 is a landmark year for the Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, since it marks our 10th year of publication! It seems like a fitting time to set some New Year resolutions that can help to guide us in ways that support Journal growth and development, and draw increased high quality submissions. We are in the process of implementing a new submission system, are welcoming new editors to our board, and in conversation with potential new columnists. We look forward to this coming year as we celebrate our 10th Birthday!

Our 2015 Resolutions include:

  1. Support our new columnists and attract more.

  2. Tap the expertise and dedication of our existing and new Editorial Board to further Journal growth and development.

  3. Implement online submission system and streamline review process.

  4. Involve more Schools of Nursing in including Journal publication in nursing education assignments (and streamline for publication readiness).

  5. Extend the reach of the Journal to include enhanced directory and database registration.

  6. Enhance International representation on Editorial Board and encourage more global submissions.

  7. Enhance Editorial resources and online workspace, including mentorship in review and copy editing processes.

  8. Continue to encourage manuscript submissions of various kinds, including traditional papers, as well as essays, reviews, conference summaries, and multimedia pieces.

We at CJNI wish you all a very memorial and Happy New Year!

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