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September 26October 3, 10, 17 & 24,  2017 - 12:00 - 3:00 PM ET – Online
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Education Day

Friday, October 27, 2017

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health – Queen Street Location

Toronto, Ontario

Room 1123 in the Doctors Association Building

(101 Stokes Street)

“Driving Transformation”




Welcome Remarks – Nancy Cunningham – ONIG & CNO & CIO from CAMH


Presentation - from Centre for Addiction & Mental Health


Coffee/Tea/Networking Break


Presentation  – Sholom Glouberman – Founder, Patients Canada




Presentation  – from Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre


Discussion Forum – Regional Check In – ONIG 


Presentation  – from Centre for Addiction & Mental Health


Closing Remarks – Nancy Cunningham – ONIG

In Person


Via Webcast

Members in Advance - $30

Members at the Door - $40

Non Members            - $50

Students                    - $20

Deadline October 18, 2017

Free – 15 spots available

Register atwww.onig.ca

One person per facility

Deadline October 18, 2017


Register atwww.onig.ca

Deadline October 18, 2017

All college and university students involved in healthcare who register, pay and attend the October education day will receive a one year complimentary ONIG membership.

The OTN and Webcast link will be sent to you by email by the week of October 23re, 2017. Your site OTN contact must register your site with OTN.

Event Registration

Registration Costs include Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments

Any questions please email Mary at education@onig.on.ca

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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