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Workshops

Workshop Presentations

 

Campbell-Yeo, M., McGlone, F., Brumelte, S., & Benoit, B. (June 2019) Environmental, Behavioural, and Neurobiological Mechanisms of Maternal Contact and Touch on Immediate and Long-Term Pain Reactivity and Regulation. International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, Basel, Switzerland.

 

Carbajal, R. and Campbell-Yeo, M. (April 2019). Pain in the NICU. World Congress on Maternal Fetal Neonatal Medicine. London, England. 

Campbell-Yeo, M., Kim, T. & Monaghan, J. (Mar 2019) Understanding Parental Presence and Involvement in the NICU: Perceptions, Patterns, Predictors, and Impact. Oral Presentation/Workshop Accepted at Gravens Conference, Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA

Tomblin Murphy, G., Campbell-Yeo, M. (November 2018). Creating the conditions for sustained impact of health care services through integrated Human Resources for Health planning. Oral symposium accepted to Canadian Conference on Global Health, Toronto, ON.

 

Cameron, C., Disher, T.*, Campbell-Yeo, M. Combining Randomized and Non-Randomized Studies in Evidence Synthesis: Why, How, and When? Society for Medical Decision Making, 40th Annual North American Meeting, Montreal, QC. October 14, 2018.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Eriksson, M., Kyololo, O. Redefining and implementing parent controlled analgesia through active parent engagement in neonatal pain treatment. International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 9, 2017.​

Campbell-Yeo, M., Ranger, M., Hourigan, J. Is it time to replace sweet solutions with sweet parents? Parental led interventions as the standard of care for procedural pain management in infants. Canadian Journal of Pain. Canadian Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Halifax, N.S.,

May 23-26, 2017.

Campbell-Yeo, M. (Chair), Marcellus, L., Oberlander, T. Addressing the rising epidemic of maternal prescription opioid use and associated neonatal consequences. Canadian Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., May 24-28, 2016.

Campbell-Yeo, M. (Chair), Weaver, I., Martin, L. J., & Gullickson, C.* Unravelling the thread of nature via nurture – the impact of social relationships and context on gene expression and pain response, Symposium Presentation. Canadian Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI, May 20-23, 2015.

Pillai Riddell, R., Campbell-Yeo, M., & Taddio, A. Early Childhood Non-pharmacological Pain Management: A Synthesis of Current Research and Challenges, Symposium Presentation. CPS Annual Scientific Meeting, Quebec City, QB. May 22, 2014.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Grunau, R., & Beggs, S. Impact of social context and environment on neonatal pain response In Unraveling the Impact of Early Neonatal Pain Exposure - Challenges in Translation. Symposium Presentation. CPS Annual Scientific Meeting, Quebec City, QB. May 23, 2014.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Cignecco, E., Fernandes, A., & Johnston, C.C. Pain relief for neonates in intensive care through parental comfort. 9th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain. Stockholm, Sweden, June 2013.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Caes, L., & Sullivan, M. Parents and families as active participants in pain management across the age span. Canadian Pain Society, Winnipeg, MB, May 2013.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Musclow, S., Reid, K., & Watt-Watson, J. Advanced practice nursing roles in pain management in Canada. Canadian Pain Society National Conference, Niagara Falls. April 2011.