Editor-in-Chief: Leslie H. Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
ISSN: 1538-2931
Online ISSN: 1538-9774
Frequency: 12 issues/year online-only; 6 Topical Collections/year in print
Ranking: Nursing 58/103
Medical Informatics 21/23
Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications 72/99
Impact Factor: 0.812
Call for Manuscripts & Reviewers

CIN is currently seeking submissions and reviewers for the special section CIN Plus.

Call for Manuscripts and Reviewers

From the Editor

Welcome to the new incarnation of CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing. The year 2011 heralds significant changes in the way CIN publishes.  The journal has made the transition to a monthly online presence, publishing new original content online each month. CIN will also continue to publish bimonthly print collections of articles that will now be grouped on relevant themes.

To read more about the new CIN, please visit the full editorial.

Leslie Nicoll, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
Editor in Chief

Current Issue Highlights

Upcoming Conferences

HIMSS Annual Conference - 2015
McCormick Place
Apr. 12 - Apr. 16, 2015
Chicago, IL
Omaha System International Conference - 2015
Eagan Community
Apr. 15 - Apr. 18, 2015
Eagan, MN


ANIA Annual Conference - 2015
Loews Hotel Philadelphia
Apr. 23 - Apr. 25, 2015
Philadelphia, PA

AMIA Annual Conference - 2015
Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Nov. 14 - Nov. 18, 2015
San Francisco, CA


The Omaha System International Conference is held every 2 years and is intended for individuals who use or intend to use the Omaha System in health practice, education, research, or inclusion in IT documentation system.

Guidelines for submission of poster abstracts and details regarding workshop registration can be found at www.omahasystem.org/conferences.html
Poster abstracts are due 1/31/15 with notification sent by 2/28/15. 

Email abstracts to lchoromanski@gillettechildrens.com.



ANI News

Alliance for Nursing Informatics 

Alliance for Nursing Informatics

The Alliance for Informatics (ANI) has submitted a statement to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) on the Future of Nursing: Acute Care, focusing on the area of Technology. The Institute of Medicine (IOM), in collaboration with the RWJF, has established a major initiative on the Future of Nursing to produce a transformational report. 
here to review the statement.

Nursing Informatics History Project documents and preserves the history of nursing informatics.

Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics Conferences

Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics (WINI) is an award winning continuing education course, presented throughout the US and Canada.  WINI provides an affordable, intensive nursing informatics educational experience and ANCC continuing education contact hours.  WINI focuses on the competencies and standards of nursing informatics practice, the systems of life cycle, theories used in nursing informatics, and professional practice trends and issues. 

Join us for an upcoming WINI.

Visit WINI (www.icce.us) for detailed information.