Ontario Nursing Informatics Group


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  • 18 Jan 2020 2:58 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    The Canadian Nursing Informatics Association in partnership with the Saskatchewan Nursing Informatics Association is hosting their annual Nursing Informatics Conference titled Nightingale 2.00 - Nursing’s Digital Future on May 21-22, 2020 at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK.  Dr. Elizabeth Boryicki, Director Social Dimensions of Health Program and the Health and Society Program; Professor, Health Information Science, University of Victoria and Dr. Lynn Nagle, Director, Digital Health and Virtual Learning, Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick; Adjunct Professor at University of Toronto and Western University; and Editor-in-Chief, Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership  are the keynote speakers.  Registration is now open and early bird rates are in effect.

    For more information visit https://cnia.ca/page-18082

  • 04 Apr 2019 9:27 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    Register here




    Welcome from ONIG – Gillian Strudwick


    Annual General Meeting & Award


    Coffee/Tea/Networking Break


    Welcome from Sick Kids –Mary McAllister & Presentation – Sick Kids – Helen Edwards – Lessons Learned from Implementing an HIS




    Presentation – EntrepreNurse – Mary Lou Ackerman


    Discussion Forum – Regional Check In – ONIG


    Presentation –Ontario Shores – Sarah Kippling & Waypoint Centre –Andrea Lucas



  • 29 Mar 2018 8:23 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    ONIG Annual General Meeting and Education Day

    “The Value of Informatics in Healthcare”



    Friday, April 27, 2018

    Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre


    201 Georgian Drive,

    Barrie, Ontario

    Register Here

  • 11 Sep 2017 9:25 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)


    Education Day

    Friday, October 27, 2017

    Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

    Russell Street site – Room 2022
    33 Russell Street (Russell and Spadina)
    Toronto, Ontario

    “Driving Transformation”

    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.

    Event Registration

    Registration Costs include Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments

  • 01 Aug 2017 9:12 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    ONIG Website - The Executives at ONIG wish to apologize for the extended downtime of our website and email, through no fault of our hosting provider.  When we were informed we worked diligently with our hosting provider and domain registrar to correct.  Please accept our apologies.

    Should you experience any problems with the website please contact communication@onig.on.ca

  • 27 May 2017 1:55 AM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    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.  

  • 01 May 2017 5:10 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    Help celebrate the day by sharing these Canadian Nursing Informatics Association Posters.  


    CNIA_NI Poster 2017 EN.pdf


    CNIA_NI Poster 2017 FR.pdf


  • 26 Apr 2017 5:52 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    What an excellent day this is going to be.

    Review the Program Here: CNIA/ONIG 2017 Program


  • 11 Apr 2017 11:33 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    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:


    Chief Nursing Officer & Director-Global Business Services IBM Healthcare

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

    Sponsored By:

    $7,500 Sponsor


    $750 Sponsor
     Barrington Consulting

    $700 Sponsor

     Healthtech Consultants


     Unbound Medicine

    $500 Sponsor
     Wolters Kluwer


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

    IBM and the IBM logo are trademarks of International Business Machines Corp., registered in many jurisdictions worldwide.

    All logos are trademarks and property of the respective companies/corporations and are used with their permission.

  • 06 Apr 2017 9:21 PM | Communication ONIG (Administrator)

    Ontario’s first and only architecture and standards community of practice launches this May. Open to anyone engaged in the province’s electronic health care sector, the community will serve as a forum for architects and standards specialists to collaborate as a provincial body to further the progress of the EHR. 

    In addition to focusing on issues facing Ontario’s electronic health care sector, the community will support our EHR architecture and standards governance committees and provide input into provincial architecture documents and standards specifications that are under review.

    Members connect through three touch points: 

    • An online space – which will provide access to shared documents, announcements, presentations and a chat room for ongoing dialog;  
    • Quarterly community meetings – for presentations and discussions around major initiatives as requested by members;  and
    • Monthly webinars – on topics of interest to enable regular information sharing and provide access to subject matter experts.

    Launching on May 3rd with an in-person and teleconference session, this first gathering will be devoted to single sign on and patient context sharing. Presentations will encourage discussions and on-going dialog aimed at influencing the development of electronic health care in the province.


    Interested in attending or joining the community? Contact architecture@ehealthontario.on.ca, or request access from the eHealth Portal.

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