Canadian Nursing Informatics Association

CNIA 2021 Conference

Creating Care and Connection in a Digital World

May 10-14, 2021


May 10th

8:00 PDT

Pre-conference workshops 1 & 2

1) Nursing, Artificial Intelligence, Clinical Decision Support: Dr. Richard Booth and Lisa Totton Lisa will provide an overview of a sample of reports created in Microsoft Power BI for Horizon Health Network, including barriers, lessons learned, and future next steps. Richard will provide insights related to his use of both provincial level healthcare administrative and social media datum to generate practice insights and predictive analyses. After the conclusion of Lisa and Richard’s respective presentations, group discussion related to the use of data in nursing practice will be facilitated.   

2) User-Centred Design (Patient and Nursing presenters): Dr. Leanne Currie and David Wells

12:00 PDT

Pre-conference workshops 3 & 4

3) Introduction to Nursing Informatics: Drs. Karen Furlong and Manal Kleib - Content will be directed to the informatics novice and include practical illustrations of core informatics concepts and competencies that are essential for all nurses.

4) Virtual Care Implications for Canadian Nurses and Patients: Megan Stowe RN/Executive Director Vancouver Coastal Health and Rachel Johnson RN-NP/Remote Presence Clinical Coordinator - This session will be an exciting look at virtual care advancement and implementation including remote presence technology and how these tools are changing care for nurses and patients! 

May 11th

8:00 PDT

Opening Keynote: Elizabeth Borycki, RN, PhD

May 12th

8:00 PDT

Zoom Room 1

Informatics in Practice During COVID

  • Intro
  • Patients' Electronic Data-Sharing During COVID-19 - K. Rush
  • CAMH Tablet Program during COVID-19 - JS Kim

  • Learnings in COVID-19 initiatives as a CIS - N. Mukhi

  • Discussion

Zoom Room 2

Equitable Informatics/Education

  • Competent healthcare for sex & gender minorities - K. Davison

  • Usability & stigma evaluation of sexual pain website - A-F Abdulai

  • Branching 360¬∞ VR Clinical Learning Scenarios - D. Leidl

  • Discussion

8:40 PDT

Zoom Room 1

Clinical Decision Support/AI

  • Intro

  • Blood Pressure Changes after Nitroglycerin Titration - N. Kamboj

  • Visualizing ED Data in Microsoft PowerBI - L. Totton

  • Pre-Op to Post Op: Identifying High Risk Patients - M. Kapetanos

  • Discussion

Zoom Room 2

COVID Workflow/Simulation

  • Intro

  • COVID Assessment Centre Implementation in Acute Care - D. Alfoja

  • COVID-19's impact on clinical EHR workflow - B. Lo

  • Piloting A Simulated-EHR at the Univ. of Alberta - M. Kleib

  • Discussion

12:00 PDT

Zoom Room 1

Virtual Care and Portals

  • Intro

  • Oncology Patient Experiences' with Patient Portals - A. Santos

  • Supporting the Clinical Integration of Virtual Care - J. Kromhoff

  • Virtual Home Care: Lessons from a Rapid Expansion - T. Rooke

  • Discussion

Zoom Room 2

Technology for Perinatal Care

  • Intro

  • Digital Technology Use Among Parents - L. Donelle

  • Gendered Digital Tech use in Transition to Parenting - B. Hiebert

  • Surveillance, Motherhood and Digital Technologies - J. Hall

  • Discussion

12:40 PDT

Zoom Room 1

On Patient One Record in Nova Scotia - Panel

  • Intro
  • Building Branches of the OPOR Tree - C. Pease
  • Achieving Future State Excellence via Past Lessons - J. Matthews
  • One Person One Record; Building Essential Data Set - C. Bath
  • One Person One Record Clinical Standard Develop - M. MacPhail
  • Discussion

Zoom Room 2

Clinical Informatics

  • Intro
  • Supporting Homegrown Clinical Informaticians - P. Paterson
  • Embedding Nursing in Info- systems Governance - L. Block
  • The Journey of a Nursing Workgroup - D. Pinter 
  • Measuring the Impact of an EHR on Quality of Care - E. Maillet
  • Discussion

May 13th

8:00 PDT

Panel Discussion

12:00 PDT

Posters & Networking

May 14th

8:00 PDT

Closing Keynote: Lynn Nagle, RN, PhD

Board Members

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