Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Index of Content V11 N 2

INDEX OF CONTENTS
Spring 2016

 

EDITORIAL

Informatics and Primary Health Care: Reflections on the Biennium

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

Technology in Education Column

Smarter than an iPhone?

By Dr Sandra Bassendowski

Software Column

Nursing, Software and Statistics

By Allen McLean, RN, MN, MSc, PhD(c)

Trends and Issues in Nursing Informatics Column

Nursing Informatics Entry to Practice Competencies: What Does it Mean for Nursing Education and Practice?

By Melanie Neumeier RN MN

Health Informatics Column

How the IoT is Changing the Medical Game

By Greg Dastrup

Featured Paper

Information-Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Time Pressures: a Case Study of Nurse-managers strategies to “let go”

By Luc Bonneville, PhD and Sylvie Grosjean, PhD

Featured Paper

Nova Scotia Nurses’ Acceptance of Healthcare Information Systems: Focus on Technology Characteristics and Related Factors

By Princely Ifinedo, PhD, Odette Griscti, RN PhD, Judy Bailey RN MN and Sheila Profit RN MAdEd

 

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES

Consumer Health Solutions: A Teaching and Learning Resource for Nursing Education (CASN)

The Consumer Health Solutions: A Teaching And Learning Resource For Nursing Education (CHS resource) is intended to support the integration of digital health content into undergraduate nursing education, as outlined by the CASN Entry-to-Practice Nursing Informatics Competencies for Registered Nurses. The CHS resource is a companion document to the Nursing Informatics Teaching Toolkit. Some examples of the use of CHS can be found in the Toolkit. However, as this area of digital health has expanded significantly, and as it is critical to nursing care, CASN saw the need to create a specific resource on CHS. This document, like the earlier Toolkit, has been created primarily to assist nursing faculty in integrating and teaching CHS-related content in their courses. The CHS resource may also be helpful to nursing students at all levels, direct care nurses, nurses in government and policy roles, and educators of other health professional groups.

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Issues are published at the end of each season. Deadlines for submissions include:

      • Summer 2016 Issue – deadline July 31st
      • Fall 2016 Issue – deadline October 1st
      • Winter 2017 Issue – deadline January 31st
      • Spring 2017 Issue – deadline April 30th

 

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