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References and Further Reading

Canadian Health Services Research Foundation. (June 2006). Teamwork in healthcare: Promoting effective teamwork in healthcare in Canada. Policy synthesis and recommendations. Ottawa: Author.

Canadian Nurses Association [CNA]. (2005).Primary Health Care: A Summary of the Issues [CNA backgrounder]. Ottawa: Author.

CNA. (2002).Evidence-based decision-making and nursing practice [CNA position statement]. Ottawa: Author.

Fraser Health Authority. (2005). Communicating the RN role [Unpublished document]. Vancouver: Author.

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. (2005) Cardiology experts unite to fight deadly condition[Latest news from the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2005 in Montreal, Quebec]. Retrieved August 21, 2009, from http://www.heartandstroke.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=ikIQLcMWJtE&b=3485905&ct=4513085

Levitt, C. et.al. (2005). Ontario quality indicator assessment tool [Draft document]. Ontario.

Therapeutics Initiative, The University of British Columbia. Using Framingham for primary prevention cardiovascular risk assessment. Therapeutics Letter. (March – April 2007).

Further reading

Australian Practice Nurses Association. (2008). About practice nursing. Retrieved December 8, 2008, from http://www.apna.asn.au/displaycommon.cfm?an=2

CNA. (2008). Advanced nursing practice: A national framework [PDF, 1.7 MB]. Ottawa: Author.

CNA. (2005). Canadian nurse practitioner examination. Ottawa: Author.

CNA. (2008). Code of ethics for registered nurses. Ottawa: Author.

CNA. (2007). Framework for the practice of registered nurses in Canada [PDF, 1.2 MB]. Ottawa: Author.

CNA. (2006). Implementation and evaluation toolkit for nurse practitioners in Canada. Ottawa: Author.

Siman, A. (2000). An agenda for the future: A national electronic health records system. Healthcare Information Management & Communications Canada, 14(1), 33-34.

Todd, C., Howlett, M., MacKay, M., & Lawson, B. (2007) Family practice/primary health care nurses in Nova Scotia. Can Nurse, 103(6), 23-7.

College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia. (2005). Documentation guidelines for registered nurses. Halifax: Author. Retrieved May 28, 2009, from https://www.crnns.ca/documents/CRNNS%20Documentation%20Guidelines%202005.pdf