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Family Included. (2019, August 8). Over 90% of postnatal educational interventions reported in low and middle-income countries excluded fathers. Retreived from

D’entremont, Y. (2019, February 2). Not enough work on opioid-dependent newborns, Halifax researchers say. The Star Halifax. Retrieved from 


The Todd Veinotte Show. (2019, January 27). Pharmacological treatments of NAS. [Radio File] Retrieved from 


McCreadie, D. (2019, January 27). Opioid dependency in babies more than tripled in the last decade says Dalhousie study. Halifax Today. Retrieved from 


CBC Radio, Information Morning, (2019, January 24). Pharmacological treatments for babies affected by opioids. [Radio Interview]. 


Boggs, W. (2019, January 23). Limited evidence supports buprenorphine for neonatal abstinence syndrome. Reuters Health News. Retrieved from 


Hlavinka, E. (2019, January 22). Buprenorphine may best morphine for treating NAS. Med Page Today. Retrieved from 


Murray-Arnold, T. (2019, January 22). Dal Health researchers have study published in JAMA Pediatrics. Dal News, Faculty of Medicine. Retrieved from 


McPhee, J. (2019, January 22). Number of babies affected by opioids more than triples in decade; Halifax-led research is helping them. The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved from 


Rossi, K. (2019, January 22). Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Which Medication Is Best? MD Magazine. Retrieved from 


Dol, J., Campbell-Yeo, M., Tomblin-Murphy, G., Aston, M., McMillan, D., & Richardson, B. (2018, March 19). ‘Helping Babies Survive’ reduces first day newborn mortality; investing in training will make a difference. [Web Log Post]. Healthy Newborn Network. Retrieved from  

Charlton, M. (2017, September 13). A “royal” recognition for two Dalhousie researchers”. Retrieved from

Örebro Universitet. (2017, July 20). Mats Eriksson in Kuala Lumpur, Short Report


IWK Health Centre. (2017, June 26). Innovating with Digital Health Solutions, IWK Annual Report 2016/17. Retrieved from:


MacDougall, P. (2017, June 15). Chez NICU Home Solution: Building a platform to keep parents connected to their young babies and health care team. 


Campbell-Yeo, M. (2017, May 23). CBC Radio One. Opioid Dependence and Infants [Radio Program].  Toronto, ON: CBC.


McNutt, R. (2017, March 2). New technology keeps parents connected with their newborn’s neonatal care. Retrieved from


Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. (2017, March 1). Investments in innovative care help families bond.  [News Release]. Retrieved from


CBC News. (2017, March 2). Private rooms, live baby cams coming to IWK neonatal ICU. Retrieved from


Dinshaw, F. (2017, March 1). IWK app for preemies goes big. Retrieved from


Chambers, C., & Campbell-Yeo, M. (2016, September 14). #ItDoesntHaveToHurt [Video file]. Retrieved from


Campbell-Yeo, M. (2016, August 14). The Power of a Parent’s Touch on Newborn Procedural Pain. [Web Log Post]. Retrieved from


Campbell-Yeo, M. (2016, August 6). Mission Impossible – Putting Neonatal Pain Knowledge into Action. Evidence Base Nursing Blog. Retrieved from; pain/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ebn%2Fblogs+(Latest+from+EBN+blog) Storify: - publicize


Kristen. (2016, July 26). Huggies Hug Plan Giveaway #NoBabyUnhugged. Three Little Kittens. [Web Log Post]. Retrieved from


Preddie, N. (2016, July 28). How Can Your Newborn Baby Benefit From Hugging? The Baby Post. [Web Log Post]. Retrieved from


Dalhousie University. (2016, July 28). Dalhousie University and IWK study find parents and infants benefit from hugging. DalNews. [Web Log Post]. Retrieved from 


Dol, J* & Campbell-Yeo, M. (2016, May). Nurse-identified barriers to providing newborn care in India: How do they fit with the sustainable development goals? Healthy Newborn Network.


Huggies Canada. (2016). No baby unhugged. [Video file]. Retrieved from:


Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation. (2015). Making a real difference annual report 2014-15. Retrieved from:


Wong, J. (2015, November 24). Region’s 1st nursing-focused research centre opens. Global news. [Video]. Retrieved from


Borden Colley, S. (2015, November 24). Power of parent’s touch can reduce preemie's pain, Halifax researchers say. The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved from


Campbell-Yeo, M. (2015, Oct 4). Issues in neonatal pain. Evidence Base Nursing Blog. Retrieved from; Storify:


Mellor, C. (2015, May 8). IWK babies to get high-tech link. Chronicle Herald. Retrieved from:


Mason, T. (2015, May). Connecting babies, families, and care providers. Progress Magazine. Retrieved from


Skagen, E. (2015, January 7). Helping Newborns Manage Pain. Dal News. Retrieved from:


Deorari, A. (2014, October 7). Newborn nursing education in India: Needs a paradigm shift. Healthy Newborn Network. Retrieved from


McGrath, P. (2014, September 19). Marsha Campbell-Yeo. Organized curiosity. Retrieved from


Vatsa, M., Campbell-Yeo, M., & Deorari, A. (2014, March 4). Building skills of nursing professionals in newborn care for health facilities in India. Newbornwhocc Blog. Retrieved from


Lau, R. (2013, November 18). IWK offers support for parents of premature babies. Global News Halifax. Retrieved from


Global Morning News, Halifax. (2013, October 30). Helping those with chronic pain. [Video file]. Retrieved from


Bunin, L. (2013, Spring/Summer). Human Touch. Izaak Magazine. Retrieved from


Global Morning News, Halifax. (2013, July 17). Healthy Living: Human Touch. [Video file]. Retrieved from, R. (2013, May 7). The power of moms. Dal News. Retrieved from

CBC Information Morning. (2013, January 23). Studying how Moms help babies heal. [Radio File]. Retrieved from

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