Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Promoting Canadian Nurses Work in Nursing Informatics

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

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by Thomas Pilarski

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Improving Project Management in Nursing: Analysis of Contemporary Project Management Software

by Thomas Pilarski

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05 · in Volume 8 No 1 & 2
by Laura Klein

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Implementing an Advanced Computerized Provider Order Entry System to Neonatal Intensive Care Using Kotter’s Change Management Model

by Laura Klein

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05 · in Volume 8 No 1 & 2
by Carla Kennedy
& Wendy Young

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Influencing Practice with m-Health: Using Lewin’s Change Theory to Implement the Usage of Cell Phones in the Delivery of Health Care

by Carla Kennedy
& Wendy Young

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05
by Karen Sutherland

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Applying Lewin’s Change Management Theory to the Implementation of Bar-Coded Medication Administration

by Karen Sutherland

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05
by Meaghan MacDonald

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Enhancing Orientation for Graduate Nurses to Critical Care Through the Use of a Wiki

by Meaghan MacDonald

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05
by Sarah Payne

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

The Implementation of Electronic Clinical Documentation Using Lewin’s Change Management Theory

by Sarah Payne

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05
by Melanie.Neumeier

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Using Kotter’s Change Management Theory and Innovation Diffusion Theory In Implementing an Electronic Medical Record

by Melanie.Neumeier

Vol 8 No 1 & 2
Winter/Spring 2013

Jun, 05
  • Key Principles of 21st Century Change Management June 27, 2020
    Introduction The 21st century is an age of perpetual or continuous change, a fact that can daunt the most progressive leader. To meet the challenge of on-going change successfully, insight and strategies that support change management initiatives at all organizational levels are needed. A myriad of change management models, theories, tactics, and processes exist to […]
The Mission of The Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics is to provide a peer - reviewed venue for Canadian 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 in order to make informatics research and theory openly available to all Canadian nurses.
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