Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Promoting Canadian Nurses Work in Nursing Informatics

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

JOURNAL MAIN

By Chelsey Nelson
  & Tina Choi
PART 2: REFLECTIONS

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Reflections on the innovative use of storytelling to develop students’ leadership skills Pt 2: Student & Leader Reflections

By Chelsey Nelson
& Tina Choi
PART 2: REFLECTIONS

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

By Elizabeth Joly

PART 3: PERSPECTIVES

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Reflections on the innovative use of storytelling to develop students’ leadership skills Pt 3: Student Perspective

By Elizabeth Joly

PART 3: PERSPECTIVES

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

By Dr Lynne Young

PART 4: FACULTY

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Reflections on the innovative use of storytelling to develop students’ leadership skills Part 4: Faculty Perspective

By Dr Lynne Young

PART 4: FACULTY

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Dec, 19
By Louise Racine 
Lorraine Holtslander
Barbara Schindelka
Ryan Banow

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Using Wikis in an Online Asynchronous Graduate Nursing Theories Course: Description of An Innovative Educational Experience

By Louise Racine
Lorraine Holtslander
Barbara Schindelka
Ryan Banow

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Dec, 17
By Kalli Stilos
Tammy Lilien
Lesia Wynnychuk
Patricia Daines

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Examining the Nature of Palliative Care Consult Team (PCCT) Referrals seen by Clinical Nurse Specialists

By Kalli Stilos
Tammy Lilien
Lesia Wynnychuk
Patricia Daines

Vol 10 No 3
Fall 2015

Dec, 16
INDEX OF CONTENT

Spring/Summer 2015

Index of Content V10 N 1 & 2

INDEX OF CONTENT

Spring/Summer 2015

Sep, 21
by June Kaminski
Editor-in-Chief

Volume 10 No 1 & 2
Spring/Summer 2015

#NursesUnite – Nursing Informatics supports Nursing in many ways

by June Kaminski
Editor-in-Chief

Volume 10 No 1 & 2
Spring/Summer 2015

Sep, 21
  • Incorporating Aboriginal Wisdom to Promote Ecoliteracy April 7, 2016
    PRESENTED ON MAR 24, 2016 IN SURREY @ VOL 6 Ecological sustainability is a goal of many Canadian organizations and professionals, including nurses. The most logical source of sustainability wisdom that promotes ecological wholeness are traditional Aboriginal teachings and philosophies. Nursing educational programs are beginning to incorporate Aboriginal wisdom into curriculum to promote holistic nursing […]
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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