Our conference theme intends to take participants on a journey from where we have been and currently are, to where we are headed! Instead of conference theme or tracks, this year we are using key words to organize presentation content, ensuring a fit for everyone and every topic! Consider these keywords to guide your abstract submissions for rapid fire, poster, or oral presentation submissions: Nursing Informatics & Practice, Ethical Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Health, Remote Monitoring, Nursing Practice and the Digital Translation, Determinants of Health, Social Media, Social Innovation, Digital Equity, Advancing Curriculum Capacity, Nursing Analytics, Data Science, Data Visualization, Clinical Documentation, Clinical Decision Support, Mobile Health, Digital Workflow, Health System Transformation, Patient Engagement, Digital Health Standards, Digital Health Competencies, Bio-Medical Device Integration, the Domains of Health Informatics [or provide your own keywords].
The Call for Abstracts is now closed.
The presentation formats will be:
Oral Presentations - 15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes Q & A
Rapid Fire Oral Presentations - 5 minutes presentations (with no more than 10 slides)
Posters - Digital poster session will be held as part of the conference event
Registration is now open - click here to go to the registration page.
Please note - you must be logged in as a member to receive the discounted membership rates.
Take a look at the conference schedule, it is going to be an incredible event!
Introduction to Nursing Informatics
Join us at the CNIA interactive Workshop to learn about the progress of nursing informatics in Canada and develop practical skills as to how Canadian nurses can enact informatics competency in their day-to-day practice to improve healthcare and patient outcomes.
Dr. Manal Kleib
Nurse Informatician Roles in Digital Care
Across Canada health care organizations are somewhere on their journey to implement digital health technologies aimed at advancing quality-driven patient care through easier access to real-time patient information, technology-enabled workflow efficiencies, clinical decision support tools and so much more. The data collected in the electronic health record, other related clinical/health care applications drive decisions at all levels from individual patients to collaborative health teams, to health organizations to broader patient populations across communities. Nurses are embedded in and crucial to patient care coordination and processes across the continuum of care, positioning them to participate in and lead healthcare transformation.
This interactive workshop will seek to understand what we mean by Digital Care Capacity by introducing a variety of nursing informatics related roles and their key responsibilities associated with digital care. There will be time for discussion, questions and answers about how to prepare for and seek out these roles in your or other organizations.
The Concurrent Oral, Rapid Fire and Poster Sessions are as follows. Note that times are Calgary local (MDT). If attending virtually please log-in at your associated time in your Time Zone.
Note - sessions highlighted in yellow are sessions where the session presenter will be presenting virtually - available to both in-person and virtual attendees.