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  • 14 Feb 2017 11:09 AM | Anonymous

    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


    REGISTER HERE

    https://cnia.ca/registration-cniaonig-2017-conference-informatics-engaging-enabling-empowering-nurses-digital-health/







  • 02 Feb 2017 11:48 AM | Anonymous

     

    Don’t miss out on your chance to complete the 2017 Nurses Survey www.2017nursessurvey.ca  and enter the draw to win a pre-paid VISA gift card!

    The survey is open until Monday, February 13th  (11:59PM)

    Canadian nurses in every clinical practice setting are eligible to participate. 

    Please complete the survey today: www.2017nursessurvey.ca


  • 10 Jan 2017 7:15 AM | Anonymous
    The deadline for ONIG Board position nominations has been extended to January 19th 2017 at 1700hrs.
    For the 2017-2019 years, ONIG is seeking nominees for Communications Director and Secretary positions. All positions are two year terms.

    Position descriptions are available here 



    Qualifications for Office:


    Any person nominated to an elected Board position shall be a nurse, a member of RNAO and ONIG, and shall continue to be such so long as the nurse holds office.

    • Each Director of ONIG shall:  
    • Have informatics experience,
    • Be currently working in the field,
    • Have the capacity to contribute to the development of information technology solutions that support quality health care
    • Be available to attend, a majority of the regularly scheduled meetings, in person or by conference phone call, at least one face to face meeting and at least two education days per year
    • Be supported by their employer (i.e., able to meet the expectations of the role)

    The list of candidates will be posted on the ONIG website in early February 2016. Elections (conducted electronically) will take place shortly after the listing of candidates has been posted to the ONIG website. The results of the election (should one be required) will be announced at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting in March 2016.

     

    Instructions to submit your candidacy for one of the ONIG positions:

     

    The Candidate must submit an application/nomination form, which can be found here. The candidacy application form requires basic contact information and selection of the position you wish to declare your candidacy toward.  Also, as part of the application form, candidates are asked to provide a short biography (250 words) which describes their education/experience and the reason for interest in the position. 

    All candidates are also required to have a Nominator for their desired position.  A Nominator must be an RNAO and ONIG member (in good standing).

    Please complete the candidacy form by January 19thth 2017 at 17:00 and email to communication@onig.on.ca


  • 15 Nov 2016 8:38 PM | Anonymous

    ONIG Board of Directors 2017-2019 – Call for nominations

    Deadline for nomination submission:

    January 9th 2017 at 1700hrs
     
    ONIG promotes the awareness and value of nursing’s contribution to quality health care through health data, information and knowledge management enabled by the use of technology. Your talent, expertise and passion for informatics will ensure ONIG continues to grow and thrive.  For the 2017-2019 years, ONIG is seeking nominees for Communications Director and Secretary positions. All positions are two year terms.

    Position descriptions are available here 



    Qualifications for Office:


    Any person nominated to an elected Board position shall be a nurse, a member of RNAO and ONIG, and shall continue to be such so long as the nurse holds office.

    • Each Director of ONIG shall:  
    • Have informatics experience,
    • Be currently working in the field,
    • Have the capacity to contribute to the development of information technology solutions that support quality health care
    • Be available to attend, a majority of the regularly scheduled meetings, in person or by conference phone call, at least one face to face meeting and at least two education days per year
    • Be supported by their employer (i.e., able to meet the expectations of the role)

    The list of candidates will be posted on the ONIG website in early February 2016. Elections (conducted electronically) will take place shortly after the listing of candidates has been posted to the ONIG website. The results of the election (should one be required) will be announced at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting in March 2016.

     

    Instructions to submit your candidacy for one of the four ONIG positions:

     

    The Candidate must submit an application/nomination form, which can be found here. The candidacy application form requires basic contact information and selection of the position you wish to declare your candidacy toward.  Also, as part of the application form, candidates are asked to provide a short biography (250 words) which describes their education/experience and the reason for interest in the position. 

    All candidates are also required to have a Nominator for their desired position.  A Nominator must be an RNAO and ONIG member (in good standing).

    Please complete the candidacy form by January 9thth 2017 at 17:00 and email to communication@onig.on.ca


  • 02 May 2016 6:43 AM | Anonymous

    Please see below a message from the eHealth Ontario:

     

    Starting today (April 25th), health care organizations using various messaging standards to achieve interoperability will have the opportunity to review two PCR specifications – Release 2: 

     

    ·         PCR Admission Discharge Transfer (ADT) HL7 v2 Update

    ·         PCR Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) Patient Identity Cross-Referencing Query and Patient Demographics Query (PIX/PDQ) HL7 v2

     

    These HL7 v2 specifications will enable users to query or contribute to Ontario’s electronic health record (EHR) via the PCR.  This means, hospitals will be able to match records from different sources referring to a single health care client.

     

    Now, eHealth Ontario is looking to members from the wider healthcare community for input. 

     

    Comments on Provincial Client Registry Specifications will be accepted from April 25 – May 20, 2016.

    Two introductory webinars will be held on May 4 and 5th, from 12:00 pm (noon) – 1:00 pm Eastern to review content and explain the process for submitting comments.  The webinars are open to all audiences.

    Click here to access the PCR specifications under “Select Download Package” - Release 2 Open Review Files HL7 v2.

     

    ONIG will be collating a response and sending to eHealth Ontario. If you wish to participate please contact president elect - Nancy Cunningham - presidentelect@onig.on.ca


  • 19 Apr 2016 11:13 AM | Anonymous

    ONIG has a table booked at the RNFOO Gala in Toronto on May 4th. We seats avaiable for any interested members.

    Please email president@onig.on.ca to reserve your spot. Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.


    http://www.rnfoo.org/annual-gala/gala-attendee-information.html



  • 07 Mar 2016 11:13 AM | Anonymous

    Deadline for Nomination Submission March 23rd 2016 at 1700hrs  (5:00 p.m. EST)

     
    ONIG promotes the awareness and value of nursing’s contribution to quality health care through health data, information and knowledge management enabled by the use of technology. Your talent, expertise and passion for informatics will ensure ONIG continues to grow and thrive.  For the 2016-2018 years, ONIG is seeking nominees for Education Director.


    Qualifications for Office:


    Any person nominated to an elected Board position shall be a nurse, a member of RNAO and ONIG, and shall continue to be such so long as the nurse holds office.

    • Each Director of ONIG shall:  
    • Have informatics experience,
    • Be currently working in the field,
    • Have the capacity to contribute to the development of information technology solutions that support quality health care
    • Be available to attend, a majority of the regularly scheduled meetings, in person or by conference phone call, at least one face to face meeting and at least two education days per year
    • Be supported by their employer (i.e., able to meet the expectations of the role)

    Position Description:  Education Director

    Reports to: President, ONIG Board of Directors

    Qualifications: Elected member of ONIG Board


    Responsibilities:

    • Chair Education Committee and report activities to the Board
    • Maintain an inventory of related conferences and informatics publications
    • Initiate and coordinate ONIG’s participation in relevant conferences
    • Ensure advertisement of ONIG’s activities in relevant publications
    • Serve as liaison between OTN and the host site
    • Coordinate planning and execution of education days
    • Perform such other acts and duties as the Board may, from time to time direct

    Duration:

    • Position is held for two (2) years and not to exceed two (2) terms.


     

    Instructions to submit your candidacy for one of the four ONIG positions:

     

    The Candidate must submit an application/nomination form, which can be found here. The candidacy application form requires basic contact information and selection of the position you wish to declare your candidacy toward.  Also, as part of the application form, candidates are asked to provide a short biography (250 words) which describes their education/experience and the reason for interest in the position. 

    All candidates are also required to have a Nominator for their desired position.  A Nominator must be an RNAO and ONIG member (in good standing).

    Please complete the candidacy form by March 27th 2016 at 17:00 and email to Past President -  lnemeth@healthtech.ca



  • 10 Feb 2016 1:53 PM | Anonymous

    ONIG is proud to offer support to the Dr. Kathryn J. Hannah Lecture Series: The Nursing Informatics Journey and the Future.

    Wednesday March 2, 2016 from 5-7pm at the University of Toronto, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Click here for additional information

  • 09 Jan 2016 10:24 AM | Anonymous

    Deadline for nomination submission:

    January 30th 2016 at 1700hrs  (5:00 p.m. EST)
     
    ONIG promotes the awareness and value of nursing’s contribution to quality health care through health data, information and knowledge management enabled by the use of technology. Your talent, expertise and passion for informatics will ensure ONIG continues to grow and thrive.  For the 2016-2018 years, ONIG is seeking nominees for Communications, Secretary, and President Elect positions. All positions are two year terms.

    Position descriptions are available here


    Qualifications for Office:


    Any person nominated to an elected Board position shall be a nurse, a member of RNAO and ONIG, and shall continue to be such so long as the nurse holds office.

    • Each Director of ONIG shall:  
    • Have informatics experience,
    • Be currently working in the field,
    • Have the capacity to contribute to the development of information technology solutions that support quality health care
    • Be available to attend, a majority of the regularly scheduled meetings, in person or by conference phone call, at least one face to face meeting and at least two education days per year
    • Be supported by their employer (i.e., able to meet the expectations of the role)

    The list of candidates will be posted on the ONIG website in early February 2016. Elections (conducted electronically) will take place shortly after the listing of candidates has been posted to the ONIG website. The results of the election (should one be required) will be announced at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting in March 2016.

     

    Instructions to submit your candidacy for one of the four ONIG positions:

     

    The Candidate must submit an application/nomination form, which can be found here. The candidacy application form requires basic contact information and selection of the position you wish to declare your candidacy toward.  Also, as part of the application form, candidates are asked to provide a short biography (250 words) which describes their education/experience and the reason for interest in the position. 

    All candidates are also required to have a Nominator for their desired position.  A Nominator must be an RNAO and ONIG member (in good standing).

    Please complete the candidacy form by January 30th 2016 at 17:00 and email to communication@onig.on.ca


  • 07 Jan 2016 7:00 AM | Anonymous

    Registration for the University of Toronto National Institute on Nursing Informatics is now open.

    For more information: http://bit.ly/Informatics2016

    To Register: http://bit.ly/Informatics2016RegisterNow


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