Featured Research

Our research program has made significant contributions to the scientific research community. Some of our most recent publications are listed below:

  1. 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.
  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).
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. 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)
  7. Yamada, J., Squires, J.E., Estabrooks, C.A., Victor, C., Stevens, B., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain[1]. (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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Stevens B, Yamada J, Promislow S, Barwick M, Pinard M, and the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain[2]. (2016) Pain assessment and management after a knowledge translation booster intervention. Pediatrics. 2016 September (in press)

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