Complimentary registration by GEVITY on a first come basis. 

 

Congratulations to Aroha Page



CNIA/ONIG Conference: June 3, 2017 – Virtual Option Update

The Canadian Nursing Informatics Association (CNIA) and the Ontario Nursing Informatics Group (ONIG) are pleased to announce a virtual option to participate in their conference, Informatics: Engaging Enabling and Empowering Nurses in Digital Health to be held on Saturday, June 3, 2017.  Although a number of nurses are planning to attend this conference being held at the University of Toronto, a virtual option is now possible due to expressed interests from nurses across Canada. 

Registration for either “in person” or “online” is available here.  Individuals or groups may participate virtually for a $90 flat rate. 

 

Nurses may also request additional details conference registration options by contacting Karen Furlong – Co-Chair and CNIA Elect President.  


Registration is Now Open for the CNIA/ONIG 2017 Conference

The 2017 Conference: Engaging, Enabling and Empowering Nurses in Digital Health will take place at the University of Toronto on Saturday June 3 and precedes the 2017 e-Health conference in Toronto. This conference provides an opportunity for participants to learn from and network with leaders within the emerging field of digital health.

 

Featuring key note speaker:

Judy Murphy, RN FACMI FHIMISS FAAN

Chief Nursing Officer & Director-Global Business Services IBM Healthcare

 

Review the Program Here: CNIA/ONIG 2017 Program


REGISTER HERE: CNIA/ONIG Conference Registration 
(Registration for this event is through CNIA website)

 

 
 
Sponsored By:

$7,500 Sponsor

 IBM
 Cerner

$750 Sponsor
 Allscripts
 Barrington Consulting

$700 Sponsor



 Healthtech Consultants



 Gevity

 Unbound Medicine

$500 Sponsor
 Wolters Kluwer

 HInext

Thank you to our sponsors for all that they do to make these events possible.

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ONIG (Ontario Nursing Informatics Group) provides members with opportunity to connect, share, and network with others interested in health informatics and eHealth. As an emerging field within healthcare, ONIG provides a range of education events across Ontario on a variety of topics related to technology, leadership, and healthcare. 

 

To do this, we typically provide online and virtual access to our education events via Ontario Telemedicine Network (to hospital centres) and also via their web-conferencing access.  Each year, ONIG hosts roughly three to five events, ranging in topics and purposes (e.g., education events, vendor fairs, strategic planning sessions).  
 

 

Do I need to be a member of RNAO to join ONIG?

 

While we encourage our members to join RNAO and support the work they do for Nurses in Ontario, it is not a prerequisite for membership.  We welcome all classes of RNs, RPNs, students, and retired nurses.

 

Do I need to be a Nurse?

 

Non-nurses are also encouraged to join and help broaden the depth of our membership.

 

An ONIG membership also provides a number of other benefits for individuals, including: 

  • reduced cost to attend face-to-face education and annual general meeting events;
  • the coming availability to post questions for the ONIG membership for assistance and other technical related questions;
  • networking and social opportunities with a range of healthcare, vendor, and industry partners; and,
  • notification of upcoming events that may be of interest to membership.
 

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