Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Promoting Canadian Nurses Work in Nursing Informatics

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

JOURNAL MAIN

by Sandra Bassendowski
Technology in Education Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

#Blimage

by Sandra Bassendowski
Technology in Education Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

by Allen McLean
Software Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Apple ResearchKit and CareKit

by Allen McLean
Software Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

by Melanie Neumeier
Trends and Issues in Nursing Informatics Column

Volume 14 No 1-2  2019

Access 2022: Setting New Goals for Digital Health in Canada

by Melanie Neumeier
Trends and Issues in Nursing Informatics Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Apr, 05
by Raymund John Ang
Nurse Developer Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Healthcare Data as Content

by Raymund John Ang
Nurse Developer Column

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Apr, 05
by Priscilla O. Okunji
Nawar Shara
John Kwagyn
Ian Brooks
Thomas Mellman

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Comparatives Outcomes Study of Patients Hospitalized with Diabetes and Myocardial Infarction: EHR Data Interrogation Among Hospital Categories

by Priscilla O. Okunji
Nawar Shara
John Kwagyn
Ian Brooks
Thomas Mellman

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Apr, 05
by Andrea Knox

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Informatics in Nursing Leadership: Leading in the Age of Technology

by Andrea Knox

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Apr, 05
by Sarah Ibrahim
Lorie Donelle
Souraya Sidani
Sandra Regan

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Factors influencing Registered Nurses’ intention to use Health Information Technology in clinical practice: An integrative literature review

by Sarah Ibrahim
Lorie Donelle
Souraya Sidani
Sandra Regan

Volume 14 No 1-2 2019

Apr, 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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