Editor-in-chief, Dr. Dorothy Pringle, and publisher, Anton Hart, are pleased to announce that Dr. Lynn Nagle has joined the editorial team of the Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership as associate editor.

Editor-in-chief, Dr. Dorothy Pringle, and publisher, Anton Hart, are pleased to announce that Dr. Lynn Nagle has joined the editorial team of the Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership as associate editor.

Dr. Nagle is principle of Nagle & Associates Inc. She also holds an appointment as assistant professor, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto as well as cross appointments in the Department of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto and the School of Nursing, University of Rochester in Rochester, New York.

With a nursing and healthcare background that spans more than 30 years, Dr. Nagle brings her experiences as a clinician, educator, administrator and researcher to this role. She is well known nationally and internationally for her expertise in the fields of nursing and health informatics. She has extensive experience in a variety of clinical settings, leading and supporting the strategic planning, implementation and evaluation of information and communication technologies that support the delivery of clinical care. Dr. Nagle teaches informatics in a number of graduate programs in nursing, health administration and health informatics. Her academic work encompasses teaching, research and student mentorship.

Dr. Nagle has her own consulting practice focused in the areas of nursing and health informatics and works with a variety of clients nationally, provincially, regionally and locally. She is the Canadian representative to the International Medical Informatics Association, Nursing Interest Group, a member of the Ontario Health Informatics Standards Council, former senior nursing advisor to Canada Health Infoway, and founding president of the Canadian Nursing Informatics Association. She has many publications and presentations to her credit including her regular contributions to the Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership.

She was a recipient of Canada's Health Informatics Organization (COACH) inaugural Leadership award in 2005, the University of Rochester's Distinguished Alumni Award in 2005 and one of the recipients of the Canadian Nurses Association's Centennial Award in 2008.