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CNIA 2022 Conference 

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June 14th

Opening Keynote: A pivotal time for nurse informatics leaders as the pandemic expedites healthcare transformation

  • Sonia Pagliaroli RN, MSc

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June 15th

Plenary Session: From innovation to practice: Collaborating with stakeholders for social impact

  • Dr. Lillian Hung RN, PhD

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Concurrent Sessions Room 1

Theme: Knowledge to Action: Data Informed Practice, Process & Decision Making

  • Informatics in Canadian nursing education: A focus ethnography of nurse educators (Oral) - Amelia Chauvette
  • Healthcare AI: A Quebec competency Framework in Nursing Education - Ute Beffert, Laura R. Winer
  • Define, Design, Build, Evaluate, Ready...set...GO! (Oral) - Bren Cardiff
  • Using E-HR tools to improve interprofessional clinical decision making for paediatric sepsis (Oral) - Erica Patterson
  • Optimizing digital care capacity: the advancement of clinician education in digital health (Rapid Fire) - Glynda Rees

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Concurrent Sessions Room 2

Theme: Nurses Leading Emerging Technology Use & Innovation

  • Identifying technology industry-led initiatives to address digital health equity (Oral) - Keri Durocher 
  • Exploring the potential of apps for coordinating respite care services for palliative care families (Oral) - Aimee Castro
  • A Review of Smartphone Applications for Supporting Respite Care Services: Preliminary Results (Oral) - Tracy Nghiem
  • MySE Life App: Enabling Technology Designed by Nurses for Nurses to Empower Practice (Oral) - Jennifer Hudder
  • There’s No Place Like Home: A decentralized approach to Covid-19 testing requirements in Canada (Rapid Fire) - Hailey Knott, Jacqueline Vlahos, Adrienne McKenzie

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Concurrent Sessions Room 3 

Theme: Human Factors: Use & Usability, Integrating Technology with EHR Design

  • Developing destigmatising design principles for use in sexual health-related technologies (Oral) -Abdul-Fatawu Abdulai
  • Digital Documentation to Support Data Collection for Maternal and Newborn Outcomes (Oral) - Maggie Hilton
  • Digital Tools for COVID-19 Immunization Decision Support (Oral) - Latifa Mnyusiwalla
  • AI-Powered Wound Assessment to Optimize Decision Making and Management at the Point of Care (Oral) - Robert D. J. Fraser
  • Patient and Clinician Perspectives Towards Use of a Mental Health Patient Portal (Rapid Fire) - Jessica Kemp

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June 16th

Concurrent Sessions Room 1

Theme: Knowledge to Action: Data Informed Practice, Process & Decision Making

  • Better Together, THRIVE Together - Continuous Educational Support Post Go-Live (Oral) - Kamini Kalia
  • Patient access to their test results via electronic patient portals: What nurses need to know (Oral) - Olga Petrovskaya
  • Multiple-Variable Regression Models for Causal and Prediction Analyses (Oral) - Krista Wollny
  • Implementation of a Text-Based Service to Support Population Mental Health During COVID-19 (Rapid Fire) - Iman Kassam

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Concurrent Sessions Room 2

Theme: Nurses Leading Emerging Technology Use & Innovation

  • 24/7 Nurse-Led Virtual Care Service for Family Caregivers of Children with Medical Complexity (Oral) - Kathy Babayan 
  • Recommendations supporting the digital transformation of nursing practice in Quebec (Oral) - Eric Maillet
  • CareGIVR: Using Virtual Reality to Build SelfEfficacy in Dementia Care for Nursing Students (Oral) - Laura Vogelsang, Sheri Wright
  • The Use of Virtual Care to Support Patients Living with Liver Disease (Rapid Fire) - Vanessa Wright

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Concurrent Sessions Room 3

Theme: Human Factors: Use & Usability, Integrating Technology with EHR Design Quality & Safety: Communication & Collaboration Across Transitions of Care

  • Connected vital signs: Using Emerging technology to improve nursing workflow and quality of care (Oral) - Maxime BĂ©nard
  • Sepsis Alert/Huddle Implementation: Importance of co-design and usability testing (Oral) - Kathleen Andres, Erica Patterson and Olamide Olatoye
  • Connecting the right people with the right information using a Mobile Strategy (Oral) - Lynn Healey, Nisha Mistry, Tamara Linklater
  • Virtual Hospital Program and its implications on Nursing Practice (Rapid Fire) - Shabana Kapadia and Edoye Porben
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Closing Keynote: Digital compassion: An essential part of nursing practice

  • Dr. Gillian Strudwick RN, PhD
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