To celebrate the beginning of 2023, we are offering a 40% off Nursing Informatics course New Years Sale! The gift of learning can be the perfect way to start the New Year off right and improve your understanding of nursing informatics! Earn required CE credits for license renewal or accreditation requirements plus increase their knowledge and skills in the fascinating… Read more →
Theory applied to informatics: Socio-Technical Theory
by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Editor in Chief Citation: Kaminski, J. (2022). Editorial. Theory applied to informatics: Socio-Technical Theory. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 17(3-4). https://cjni.net/journal/?p=10442 Editorial The socio-technical theory was first developed in the 1950s by Eric Trist and Ken Bamforth (1951) for the Tavistock Institute in London, UK as a challenge to the common Tayloristic assembly-line, bureaucratic… Read more →
Autumn Sale on Now- Save on all Courses!
Come and Check Out Our Autumn Sale! Autumn is the perfect time to buckle down and earn your required CE credits for license renewal plus increase your knowledge and skills in the fascinating realm of nursing informatics! These courses are done online according to your own schedule – you stay enrolled until you complete the courses! Each day, selected courses will be offered… Read more →
Theory applied to informatics – The Prosci ADKAR Model
by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Editor in Chief Citation: Kaminski, J. (2022). Theory applied to informatics – The Prosci ADKAR Model. Editorial. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 17(2). https://cjni.net/journal/?p=10076 The Prosci ADKAR Model was released by Prosci, Inc. founder, Jeff Hiatt in 2006 to provide a guide for leaders to support individual change within organizations (Hiatt, 2006; Prosci Inc,… Read more →
Theory applied to informatics: The McKinsey 7-S Framework
by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) Editor in Chief CJNI was initiated by June Kaminski in 2006 when she was President-Elect of CNIA. She is currently Faculty and Curriculum Coordinator of a BSN Advanced Entry nursing program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Communications Officer, Webmaster, and former President of the Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment and Editor in Chief… Read more →
Our Summer Sale Begins!
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 through the summer, the various courses will be offered for 20% to 40% off the usual low tuition fee.… Read more →
Nursing Week Sale – Thank You to all Nurses!
Let us help you to celebrate Nurses’ Week and Nursing Informatics Day with our 40% off all courses Sale!! Take advantage of our sale to improve your learning or give a course as a present for your loved one, your friend, your employee, or yourself – it’s a gift that keeps on giving!!! Earn required CE credits for license renewal… Read more →
Save Now during Our Spring Sale!
We wish to celebrate Spring by offering you up to 40% off all courses! To celebrate all of our hard-working nurses, we are now offering all of our courses for up to 40% off to celebrate new beginnings! Spring can be the perfect time to earn your required CE credits for license renewal or certification, plus increase your knowledge and… Read more →
Theory applied to informatics: DIKW Theory
Theory is an important aspect of nursing informatics – one that is often neglected due to time and context. The DIKW theory, short for Data – Information – Knowledge – Wisdom has evolved over the years across a variety of disciplines and is one of the most embraced in nursing informatics and “considered by some as the canon of information science and knowledge management” (Gackowski, 2012, p. 93) and one of the most widely recognized theories in informatics (McDowell, 2021). Read more →
Using Virtual Resources to Predict Heat Wave Outcomes and Support Resilience
The health risks of extreme heat are well documented but not well known to the general public. Healthcare professionals at all levels from public health to acute care can be instrumental in shifting the public misperceptions about heat and health risks, and in linking people to tools that can help them self-manage their susceptibility to these risks. Read more →