by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) PART ONE: ASSIGNMENT DESIGN Most BSN nursing programs include course(s) in nursing research. The program I teach in offers two courses — one in qualitative and the other in quantitative research. The students who come into this program already have a degree in some other discipline, thus about a third to a half… Read more →
by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Adobe software has been an industry leader in the creative and publishing fields for years. Due to the quality and high standing, access to their software is considered quite expensive and beyond the range of many users, especially when used for education or personal purposes. Creative and professional designers do invest in the Creative… Read more →
By June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Summer is often viewed as a time for more leisure, perhaps due to longer warm days, balmy evenings, and for some – vacation time. It is often a season where people look for good books to read to help to wile away the summer hours in a productive way. 2017 has been a… Read more →
Take advantage of our Annual NILC course Summer Sale! Summer can be the perfect time to earn your required CE credits for license renewal or certification, plus increase your knowledge and skills in the fascinating realm of nursing informatics! Each week until the end of August, various courses will be offered for 20% to 40% off the usual low tuition… Read more →
Presented at Teaching with Pizzazz Conference, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, April 21, 2017 Abstract A demonstration to show how telehealth equipment like the new Livecare case and cart recently purchased by KPU can enhance the Faculty of Health simulation labs significantly by providing necessary education in utilizing telehealth equipment to assess, document, store, and discuss practice-related health data and information. This… Read more →
Presented at Teaching & Learning Symposium, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, June 7, 2017 Abstract Ecological sustainability is a goal of many Canadian organizations and professionals, including educators and students. The most logical source of sustainability wisdom that promotes ecological wholeness is traditional Aboriginal teachings and philosophies. Nursing educational programs are beginning to incorporate Aboriginal wisdom into curriculum to promote holistic nursing… Read more →
The Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics (CJNI) is looking for papers, presentations, book/web site/software/resource reviews, and other digital works related to Nursing Informatics in Practice, Education, Research and Administration. Please join us in showcasing how Nursing Informatics is being shaped in Canada and globally. Please do not think that your work is not “good enough”! If it pertains to nursing… Read more →
Let us help you to welcome in the new season with our 20% off Spring Learning Sale! These courses are the perfect gift for your loved one, your friend, your employee, or yourself – Spring is the perfect time to dive in and earn CE credits and actually learn about the topic at the same time!!! Earn required CE credits for license… Read more →
uring this sale, all of our courses are offered for 20 to 40% off the usual low tuition fee.
The End of Winter sale ends on the first day of Spring – March 20, 2017.
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by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Editor in Chief EDITORIAL As a nurse, editor, writer, educator and researcher I naturally support the notion of nurses as authors. This notion is one that seems logical: nurses are the most trusted profession, according to the most recent Gallup poll and have been for the past fifteen years (Gallup 2016). “ANA encourages nurses… Read more →