Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Promoting Nurses Work in Health Informatics in Practice, Research, Leadership, and Education

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

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INDEX OF CONTENT

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Index of Volume 16 Number 2

INDEX OF CONTENT

Volume 16 No 2 2021

by June Kaminski
Editor in Chief

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Shifting into Recovery – How Informatics can help

by June Kaminski
Editor in Chief

Volume 16 No 2 2021

by Allen McLean
Software Column

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Health Literate Apps

by Allen McLean
Software Column

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Jun, 21
by Raymund John Ang
Nurse Developer Column

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Encrypted QR Code in Healthcare Applications

by Raymund John Ang
Nurse Developer Column

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Jun, 21
by Karen Courtney

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Modernizing Gender, Sex, and Sexual Orientation Terminology in Digital Health Systems- What Do Nurse Informaticists Need to Know?

by Karen Courtney

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Jun, 21
by Donna Abraham et al. 

Volume 16 No 2 2021

An Exploration of a Nursing Cohort’s Online Learning Experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Communication, Comradery, and Comprehension

by Donna Abraham et al.

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Jun, 21
by Emily Ford et al.

Volume 16 No 2 2021

App Use During COVID-19: Nursing Student Perceptions of Mental Wellness

by Emily Ford et al.

Volume 16 No 2 2021

Jun, 21
  • Using Virtual Resources to Predict Heat Wave Outcomes and Support Resilience August 8, 2021
    The health risks of extreme heat are well documented but not well known to the general public. Healthcare professionals at all levels from public health to acute care can be instrumental in shifting the public misperceptions about heat and health risks, and in linking people to tools that can help them self-manage their susceptibility to […]

The Mission of The Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics is to provide a free, peer-reviewed venue for  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 to authors and readers in order to make informatics research and theory openly available to all Canadian nurses.

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