Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics


This article was written on 20 Dec 2007, and is filled under Volume 2 2007, Volume 2 No 4.

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Fall 2007

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


I am happy to present the final proceedings of our second CNIA Conference, held October 1st to 3rd, 2007 in Toronto, Ontario. The theme for the conference was “Informatics Everywhere: Celebrating the diversity of informatics practice.” and we certainly witnessed this in praxis and action at the Conference. I personally found the event to be a memorable historic moment: evidence that a critical mass that is supportive and dedicated to nursing informatics is beginning to emerge here in Canada. Many fundamental and critical issues were raised, and progress to date in addressing these issues was shared and celebrated. We have a long way to go, but we are well on our way. The CNIA is enthusiastic about creating solutions for some of these issues in the months ahead. I hope you enjoy this special Conference Issue: we include videos of our plenary sessions, and the abstracts of all of our conference presentions. Many of these also include the powerpoint of the presentation and some also include a full paper of the topic.

All the best,

CJNI Editor In Chief,
June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c)

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