The Centre for Evidence-Informed Nursing and Healthcare (CEiNHC)

CEiNHC, in the School of Nursing, is a group of researchers, clinicians, librarians and students engaged in systematic reviews and other types of evidence synthesis using the JBI model of evidence based health care. Our aim is to improve nursing practice and education.

JBI is a global organisation promoting and supporting evidence-based decisions that improve health and health service delivery. CEiNHC has been a JBI Affiliated Group since 2016 and achieved formal JBI Centre of Excellence status in 2021. CEiNHC has partnerships with Island Health, the SPOR Evidence Alliance and several nursing education institutions in western Canada.

What we offer

Scoping review training

A one day workshop for those interested in learning about the tools and methods for conducting scoping reviews using JBI's well-recognized approaches. The dates for the next workshop are not yet set. Email if you would like to be notified. 

Comprehensive systematic review training

An intensive training program for clinicians, researchers, health professionals, librarians, and student; intending to complete a systematic review using JBI methodology. The program includes:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Evidence-based Healthcare and Systematic Review of Evidence
  • Module 2: The Systematic Reviews of Quantitative Evidence
  • Module 3: The Systematic Reviews of Qualitative Evidence Generated by Qualitative Research, Narrative and Text

New format for 2023: The program will be delivered over a five week period. Participants will attend a full day of training every Friday beginning April 28th and finishing with protocol presentations on May 26th. This new format will allow participants to engage more deeply with the course content and form an enriched online community of people working on systematic reviews.

Register for comprehensive systematic review training

Monthly meetings to support researchers and students from across western Canada in completing JBI Reviews. 

Collaboration and partnership opportunites with researchers, clinicians, and organizations pursuing evidence sysnthesis work. 


Please see our publications list for recent projects. 

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