Spotlight

May 07, 2019

Just Released! Nursing Leadership, Volume 32, Special Issue

Nursing in a Digital Hospital
In the
fully digital practice realm at Humber River Hospital in Toronto, a new relationship has emerged between nurses, patients and technology. Nursing leadership in this setting requires new skills, knowledge and abilities that maintain the principles of patient and family centredness, are attentive to nurses’ concerns regarding workflows and involve nurses in the design of technologies that ensure a safe practice environment. – Vanessa Burkoski

Events

Tuesday, May 28, 2019  - Toronto, ON Breakfast with the Chiefs

Reshaping Healthcare Service and Delivery to Meet Changing Needs

Bernard Lord, Chief Executive Officer, Medavie

Click here to see past Breakfast with the Chiefs videos.

Articles

News

May 17, 2019 Health & Healthcare News
N.S. village plans to open a medical clinic co-operative, with a monthly fee for care

2019-05-17 from cbc.ca An Annapolis Valley community is trying a new approach to connect residents with medical services, but not everyone agrees with this idea to address Nova Scotia's shortage of r [...]

May 16, 2019 Health & Healthcare News
Health Canada approves injectable hydromorphone to treat opioid addiction

2019-05-16 from cbc.ca Health Canada has approved injectable hydromorphone — a drug commonly used to manage pain — to treat patients with severe opioid use disorder. According to the dep [...]

May 16, 2019 Health & Healthcare News
Secret document shows how far Doug Ford’s Tories would cut social services — until they were talked back from the brink

2019-05-16 from thestar.com Labelled “High Sensitivity — Confidential Advice to Cabinet,” the document contains unusually strong language from civil servants warning decision-makers [...]

Editor's Picks

Nursing Leadership
Editors Picks

Background: With the increasing development and integration of information and communication technology (ICT) into hospitals, there remains a lack of understanding of the impact of these technologies on the hospital's largest core users: nurses. Humber River Hospital (HRH), one of the first hospitals to completely integrate technology across all hospital systems and workflows, has sought to understand how ICTs have transformed the clinical working environment. Objective: The aim of the study wa [...]

 

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