Dr. Marsha Campbell-Yeo recognized in NSHRF Annual Report "Making a real difference in people's lives". “None of this impact would be possible without the NSHRF. Their support catapulted me to the national and the international level."
Now we are helping parents around the world help their children reduce pain.”
It was almost a decade ago that Dr. Marsha Campbell- Yeo returned to school to get her PhD. “I made a career change from clinician to researcher,” she says. “I wanted to make more of a global impact.” The NSHRF has helped her do just that. “I have a long history with the Foundation,” Marsha notes. “It has been pivotal to my success as an early career researcher.”
An assistant professor in the School of Nursing, the Department of Pediatrics and the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Dalhousie University, Marsha received a doctoral award from the NSHRF as she prepared to undertake her doctoral studies at McGill University in Montreal. Such early support is critical, Marsha says. “The NSHRF funding really did lay the foundation for all my future success. It makes you much more competitive at a national level.
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