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Volume 16 No 1
February 2012

Volume 16 Number 1 Feb 2012

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INDEX OF CONTENT

Volume 16 No 1
February 2012

Mar, 23
by Dr Charlene C. Gyurko 

and Jill Ullmann

Volume 16 No 1
February 2012

Using Online Technology to Enhance Educational Mobility

by Dr Charlene C. Gyurko

and Jill Ullmann

Volume 16 No 1
February 2012

Mar, 23
Issues, Impacts and Insights Column

Guest Editors
Joan Culley, Vera Polyakova-Norwood

Senior Editor
Judith Effken 

Volume 16 No 1
February 2012

Preparing Graduate Nursing Students for “Meaningful Use”

Issues, Impacts and Insights Column

Guest Editors
Joan Culley, Vera Polyakova-Norwood

Senior Editor
Judith Effken

Volume 16 No 1
February 2012

Mar, 23
INDEX OF CONTENTS

- BCMA
- eMARs & BVS
- PDAs in Nursing
- Editorials
- Columns
Silver Award

Volume 15 Number 2

INDEX OF CONTENTS

- BCMA
- eMARs & BVS
- PDAs in Nursing
- Editorials
- Columns
Silver Award

Jul, 02
By
Dr. Sandra Bassendowski,
Dr. Pammla Petrucka,
Lorna Breitkreuz,
Jaime Mantesso Partyka,
Liz MacDougall,
 Brandy Hanson,
Kendra Ayers

June 2011

Integration of Technology to Support Nursing Practice: A Saskatchewan Initiative

By
Dr. Sandra Bassendowski,
Dr. Pammla Petrucka,
Lorna Breitkreuz,
Jaime Mantesso Partyka,
Liz MacDougall,
Brandy Hanson,
Kendra Ayers

June 2011

Jul, 02
by
Dr. Dee McGonigle, 
Editor-in-Chief  &
Dr Rene Eggers

June 2011

Introduction – A Student in the Not Too Distant Future

by
Dr. Dee McGonigle,
Editor-in-Chief &
Dr Rene Eggers

June 2011

Jul, 01
by
Dr. Jack Yensen,
Chief Senior Editor

June 2011

Implications of Google+ for Online Courses

by
Dr. Jack Yensen,
Chief Senior Editor

June 2011

Jul, 01

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