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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Plenary Panel: Bringing Nursing to the Tipping Point

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Panel Facilitators:

Dr. Kathryn Hannah,
Executive Project Lead, Canadian Nurses Association

Dr. Lynn Nagle,
Senior Nursing Advisor, Canada Health Infoway

Vivian Eliopoulos,
Regional Director, Clinical Systems,
Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

Sandra MacDonald-Rencz, Executive Director, Office of Nursing Policy,
Health Policy and Communications Branch
Health Canada

Dr. Margaret Kennedy
Principal, Kennedy Health Informatics Association

In this session, an expert panel engaged the attendees in discussing a variety of issues related to informatics in nursing practice, education, research and policy. In particular, what will be the key strategies to tip the engagement of the nursing community in informatics to a majority? What barriers must be addressed and what will be the enticements? What will the future look like?


CNIA President Robin Carriere
CNIA President Elect June Kaminski

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Panel Presentations

Dr. Kathryn Hannah

View Part 2 (2:05 min)

Dr. Lynn Nagle

View Part 3 (6:35 mins)

Vivian Eliopoulos

View Part 4 (10:54 mins)

Dr. Margaret Kennedy

View Part 5 (5:29 mins)
View Part 6 (5:47 mins)

Dr. Sandra MacDonald-Rencz

View Part 7 (11:50 mins)

Plenary Panel Q & A Discussion

View Part 8 (15:44)
View Part 9 (24:45 mins)

Panel Wrap-Up and Announcements

View Part 10 (6:46 mins)
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