A new study shows that a pioneering initiative to prevent shaken baby syndrome was associated with a 35-per-cent reduction in the number of children under two admitted to B.C. hospitals with shaking-related injuries.
My main focus is qualitative research looking at why people stay in highly stressful work environment’s, such as Intensive Care and Oncology. Researching this area will allow us to understand what motivates health care workers to become part of these teams and what is it about the environment that encourages them to stay and be productive, successful professionals.
Using colors to assess pain in toddlers: validation of "the rainbow pain scale"-a proof-of-principle study
J Pediatr Oncol Nurs
From the Inside Out: A Critical Ethnographic Look at Pediatric Intensive Care Nurses
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing
Explaining why nurses remain in or leave bedside nursing: a critical ethnography
•The Fathers' Support Scale: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (FSS:NICU): Development and initial content validation
The Journal of Neonatal Nursing
CACCN Research Grant 2010-2011
Xi Eta- Sigma Theta Tau - Graduate Student Research Award 2010 – 2011
The Pain In Children Award, PICH Canada, 2013- 2014Honours & Awards
The Taylor Award for Excellence, University of Bath, 2008