Mount Allison University

Past (in order of completion)

Isabelle Spinney 

Honours Program, Psychology Department
Topic: Parents of children/youth who have complex care needs’ experiences with peer support 
Co-Supervisor 
2018

Laurel White

Directed Studies, Psychology Department

Topic: Long-term consequences of drug abuse in pregnancy on newborns

Co-Supervisor 

2016-2017 

Julie Richard 

Honours Program, Psychology Department

Topic: Pediatric patient and family advisory councils: Recruitment, retention and assessment      

Co-Supervisor 

2016-2017

 

Kenzie Schulz 

Directed Studies, Psychology Department

Topic: Parental stress and coping with their child’s complex health condition

Co-Supervisor 

2016-2017

 

Lydia Seddon

Summer Studentship, Psychology Department

Topic: Mothers’ and fathers’ respite need and social support when caring for a child with complex health condition

Co-Supervisor: Lydia received a prestigious summer studentship award from the Marjorie Young Bell Fund ($7,000, May-August, 2016) and was jointly supervised by Co-PIs Dr. Rima Azar and myself in our NaviCare/SoinsNavi centre.

2016

 

Phil Kim

Honours Program, Psychology Department

Topic: Very first steps in building the NB Virtual Health Centre for Children: Learning from the stakeholders’ input on the educational needs of children with complex health conditions

Co-Supervisor 

Degree Obtained: BSc. in Psychology

Awards: First-Class Honours with Distinction

Future Plans: Accepted into Graduate School, MSc in Neurosciences at Waterloo. Plans to work on his MCAT. Eventually his dream/plans are to become a psychiatrist

2015-2016 

 

Sarah MacCallum 

Honours Program, Psychology Department

Topic: Paving the way for the NB Virtual Health Centre for Children: Listening to the stakeholders’ voices on the social needs of children with complex health conditions and their families

Co-Supervisor 

Degree Obtained: BSc. in Psychology, Minor in Sociology

Awards: First-Class Honours with Distinction; George DeBennetti Book Prize for Social Activism $300

Future Plans: Accepted into Graduate School, MSc in Public Health at Dalhousie - Awarded a Master's Scholarship

2015-2016