Canadian Nursing Informatics Association

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2023 Canadian Nursing Survey

Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice!  

The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and the Canadian Nursing Informatics Association (CNIA) in collaboration with Canada Health Infoway (Infoway), invite you to participate in a 15-25 minute online survey on your use of digital health technologies in nursing practice.

This survey was conducted in 2014, 2017, and 2020. The 2023 survey aims to track progress and explore advancing areas of digital health in nursing practice across care settings. Your input is critical to informing and advancing the use of digital health in nursing practice.

Your decision to take part in this online survey is voluntary and confidential.  The information generated from the survey will be aggregated in ways that will NOT reveal your identity. If you agree to take part, please click the link below. The closing date for the survey has been extended to  November 30th 2023.

Please email the survey manager at if you have any questions or concerns. 

Nursing Informatics Pin

This pin was conceptualized by the CNIA to represent and celebrate Nursing Informatics in Canada. It is a stylized representation of Florence Nightingale's Rose Diagram. 

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Interested in pursuing further education in Nursing Informatics?  CNIA members can now access a list of offerings in our Members Only section.

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