Our research program has made significant contributions to the scientific research community. Some of our most recent publications are listed below:
- Gates, A., Shave, K., Featherstone, R., Buckreus, K., Ali, S., Scott, S.D., Hartling L. Parent experiences andinformation needs relating to procedural pain in children: a systematic review protocol. Syst Rev. 2017 Jun 6;6(1):109. doi: 10.1186/s13643-017-0499-2.
- Samuel, S.M., Flynn, R., Zappitelli, M., Dart, A., Parekh, R., Pinsk, M., Mammen, C., Wade, A., Scott, S.D. & the Canadian Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome Project Team (Submitted June 24, 2016). Factors influencing practice variation for the management of nephrotic syndrome: A qualitative study of pediatric nephrology care provides. Submitted to CMAJ Open (in press).
- Samuel, S.M., Tomoko, T., Scott, S.D., Benoit, G., Bitzan, M., Mammen, C., Ryan, L., Morgan, C., and the Canadian Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome Project Team. (2017) Setting new directions for research in childhood nephrotic syndrome: results from a national workshop. Canadian Journal of Kidney Health and Disease. Vol 4 (2017), doi:10.1177/2054358117703386
- Featherstone, R.M., Leggett, C., Knisley, L., Jabbour, M., Klassen, T.P., Scott, S.D., Van De Mosselaer, G., Hartling, L. (2017) Creation of an integrated knowledge translation process to improve pediatric emergency care in Canada. Health Communication. 2017 May. doi:10.1080/10410236.2017.1323538
- Dyson, M.P., Shave, K., Fernandes, R.M., Scott, S.D., Hartling, L. Outcomes in child health: exploring the use of social media to engage parents in patient-centered outcomes research. J Med Internet Res 2017;19(3):e78.
- Scott, S.D., Albrecht, L., Given, L.M., Hartling, L., Johnson, D.W., Jabbour, M., Klassen, T.P. & The TREKK Team. (2017) Pediatric information seeking behavior, information needs, and information preferences of healthcare professionals in general emergency departments: Results from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) Needs Assessment. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. Jan 2017. doi: 10.1017/cem.2016.406. (in press)
- Yamada, J., Squires, J.E., Estabrooks, C.A., Victor, C., Stevens, B., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain. (2017) The role of organizational context in moderating the effect of research use on pain outcomes in hospitalized children: a cross sectional study. BMC Health Services Research (2017) 17:68.
- Scott, S.D., Albrecht, L., Bialy, L., Given, L.M., & the TREKK Team. (2016) Navigating research ethics for multi-institutional, multi-site, hospital-based research: Experience from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) Initiative. University of Alberta Health Sciences Journal. Oct; 12 (1):30-33.
- Flynn, R., Scott, S.D., Thomas, R., & Hartfield, D. (2017) The potential for nursing to contribute to and lead improvement science in healthcare. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2017 Jan;73(1):97-107. doi: 10.1111/jan.13164.
- Stevens B, Yamada J, Promislow S, Barwick M, Pinard M, and the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain. (2016) Pain assessment and management after a knowledge translation booster intervention. Pediatrics. 2016 September (in press)
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