My research program is focused on families with infants and children at risk for abnormal growth and development because of circumstances such as preterm birth, birth defects or childhood disease and illness.
Policy decisions by government agencies and service providers about health services can have a big impact in the short and long term on the health and development of high-risk infants and children. My work looks at health care services delivered to high-risk infants and children and their families. It involves measuring the success of these services in improving child health, including how families, physicians, therapists and policy-makers view the results of these services. This research shows us how service providers and policy makers may make improvements in the health of infants, children and families with special health care needs. I’m conducting this research in collaboration with other clinicians and researchers at Children’s & Women’s Health Centre of BC as well as at the University of British Columbia.
Period prevalence of epilepsy in children in BC: a population-based study.
Schiariti V and Farrell K and Houbé JS and Lisonkova S
Severe retinopathy of prematurity and visual outcomes in British Columbia: a 10-year analysis.
Schiariti V and Matsuba C and Houbé JS and Synnes AR
Perinatal characteristics and parents' perspective of health status of NICU graduates born at term.
Schiariti V and Klassen AF and Houbé JS and Synnes A and Lisonkova S and Lee SK
Caregiver-reported health outcomes of preschool children born at 28 to 32 weeks' gestation.
Schiariti V and Houbè JS and Lisonkova S and Klassen AF and Lee SK
Chorioamnionitis with a fetal inflammatory response is associated with higher neonatal mortality, morbidity, and resource use than chorioamnionitis displaying a maternal inflammatory response only.
Lau J and Magee F and Qiu Z and Houbé J and Von Dadelszen P and Lee SK
Abstracts / résumés.
A search for guidance: examining prenatal substance exposure protocols.
Zellman GL and Fair C and Houbé J and Wong M
Physician response to prenatal substance exposure.
Zellman GL and Bell RM and Archie C and DuPlessis H and Hoube J and Miu A
Improved models of health service delivery for infants and children with developmental disabilities examining patient-held multi-disciplinary electronic health records
Impact of education policy on the health of early school-age children with developmental disabilities
Short- and longer-term health outcomes of premature infants born in British Columbia over the last 20 yearsHonours & Awards
National Research Scientist Award, Agency for Health Care Policy Research – 1997
Centre Investigatorship and Establishment Awards, BC Research Institute for Children’s & Women’s Health – 2001
Clinician Scientist Award, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – 1995
It takes a village: Supporting youth mental health in the pandemic recovery period
Dr. Hasina Samji and Dr. Evelyn Stewart have authored a report entitled "Improving Youth Mental Health and Well-being During the COVID-19 Recovery Phase in BC," which recommends serving undeserved populations better, improving collaboration among mental health partners, and enhancing social and emotional learning strategies in schools and community settings.