Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics

Index of Volume 17 Number 2

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INDEX OF CONTENTS
Spring 2022

EDITORIAL

 Theory applied to informatics – The Prosci ADKAR Model

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

Nurse Developer Column

Content Management and Nursing Informatics Education

By Raymund John Ang, RN, MAN

Featured Articles

Creating Kayla: A low-cost solution for febrile convulsion simulation in nursing

By Suzanne Harrison, RN, MSN, PhD, Trevor Gertridge, BSc. Math and Computer Science & Paul-Eric Lagace, Diploma in Fine Craft., IT Technician

Social Media and Nursing Activism: A Literature Review

By Alicia Gregory, RN, BSN, Mary Ellen Walker, RN, PhD & June Anonson, RN, PhD

 

Adaptive Learning in Nursing Education: A Concept Analysis

By Michael Cardiel, MSN, Jerome Espanola, Julibeth Chris Rombaoa, & Rois Narvaez, MSN, RN, CMCS, LGBH, PhD St

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Citation:

CJNI. (2022). Index of Volume 17 Number 2. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 17(2). https://cjni.net/journal/?p=10073

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