Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Index of Content V 13 N 2

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INDEX OF CONTENTS
Spring 2018

 

EDITORIAL

 Collaborative Qualitative Research as a Learning Tool in Nursing Education

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

Technology in Education Column

What Would You Pack?

By Dr Sandra Bassendowski

Software Column

Google Tools for Nursing Research

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

Trends and Issues in Nursing Informatics

Keeping the Game in Gamification

By Melanie Neumeier RN MN

Featured Paper

Effectiveness of Data Mining Algorithm in Predicting Post Lung Resection Surgery Prognosis

By Steve Iduye BN, MHI
and Xiaoqing Zhuang B.Sc. MHI,
Faculty of Computer Science, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

Featured Paper

A Phenomenological Analysis of the Experience of Nursing Students’ Usage of Various Technologies Within a Hybrid Degree Program

By Zarqa Ahmad, BSc-EnvtChem; Jennifer Anderson, BSc-Bio, CDA; Jenna Bissoondatt, BSc-Bio; Porsche Campbell, BSc-Nut; Tany Dhaliwal, BSc-Kin; Gurjeevan Dhami, BSc-Bio; Megan Durrant, BA-HSc; Abbi Fowler, BBA-HR; Tenaia Gatland, BSc; Manpreet Gill, BSc-MicroBio/Immun; Emily Hannaford, BA-Counsel; Haylee Hamsvall, BSc-Phys-Pharm; Michelle Harbott, BSc-Kin; Rachel Hendry, BSc-Kin; Sarah Hillsdon, BSc-Kin; Michael Izatt, BA-Phil; Aliya Khan, BSc; Magdalena Marzec, BSc-Kin; Annalise McLean, BSc-Kin; Anna Montabello, BEd, MA; MacLean Myers, BSc-Kin; Chelsea Reimer, BSc-Mol.Gen; Hannah Roy, BA-MedGeo; Emily Shergill, BA-Crim; Gurneet Tatla BA-Soc; Elise Teleron, BSc-MicroBio; Matthew Tucker, BSc-Kin; Cassidy Wald, BA-Crim; Athena Williamson, BA-Geog; June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Langley, BC.

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES

Telehomecare: Receiving High Marks from Patients while Providing Significant Value for the Health Care System

Over the past decade, Canada Health Infoway has been investing in telehomecare (also known as remote patient monitoring or RPM) programs in Canada, delivering health services to patients in the comfort of their own home. A provider (typically a nurse or paramedic) has electronic access to the patient’s information for review, interpretation and coaching opportunities to enhance the patient’s self-management abilities. Read the provincial reports on these initiatives.

Access The Reports at: THIS LINK

CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS

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

      • Summer 2018 Issue – deadline July 31st
      • Fall 2018 Issue – deadline October 1st
      • Winter 2019 Issue – deadline January 31st
      • Spring 2019 Issue – deadline extended to May 30th

 

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