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


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

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May 22, 2019 Health & Healthcare News
MEDEC Rebrands to Medtech Canada

TORONTO, May 22, 2019 /CNW/ - MEDEC, the association representingCanada's medical technology companies, is very pleased to announce that it has rebranded to become Medtech Canada. This [...]

May 21, 2019 Health & Healthcare News
Delivering better, faster and safer health outcomes for Canadians

Innovation competition brings together more than 70 partners from acrossCanada for better image-guided therapies TORONTO, May 21, 2019 /CNW/ - From the discove [...]

May 21, 2019 Health & Healthcare News
Ontario government cuts $24 million in funding to two artificial intelligence research institutes

2019-05-21 from TORONTO – Ontario has cut funding for artificial intelligence research, eliminating $24 million to two institutes. The Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligen [...]

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Nursing Leadership
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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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