Dec 7, 2020 Daily Gleaner. Topic - Researchers look for dementia patients, caregivers to include in study.
Dr. Alison Luke and I were featured in this article where we shared our Co-designing dementia diagnosis and post-diagnostic care (COGNISANCE) dementia research project. The article provided local diagnosed dementia statistics and included how to contact our team as we look for New Brunswickers who have recently been diagnosed with dementia. The goal of this research is to improve the diagnosis process for patients and their caregivers. I am a Co-PI of the transnational CO-desiGning demeNtiadIagnoSis ANd post-diagnostic CarE “COGNISANCE” grant and the Nominated PI of the GNB Healthy Seniors Pilot Project grant. Retrieved from https://tj.news/dailygleaner/101428702.
Jul 24, 2020 CBC Radio New Brunswick's Information Morning in Saint John with Julia Wright. Topic -
Managing chronic conditions during the pandemic. With this interview, Dr. Kerrie Luck and I shared our research on patients with chronic health conditions and how they navigated the
health care system and their care during the Covid-19 pandemic. We shared insights from our
patient interviews, our qualitative analysis methods and findings to date. Our research was
funded by the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF), the New Brunswick Health
Research Foundation (NBHRF) and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. Retrieved
Jul 18, 2020 Telegraph Journal. Topic - Researchers dig into Covid 19’s impact on those with chronic
disease. One of the postdoctoral fellows that I supervise, Dr. Kerry Luck, Dr. Alison Luke, and I ave been researching the impact of Covid-19 on patients with chronic health conditions. This article highlighted our findings to date through patient interviews. The article also referenced that we were one of the thirteen UNB projects that received funding through the joint call of the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF), the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency for research projects to better understand and address the challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic. Retrieved from https://tj.news/story/101314043?ref.
Jun 16, 2020 CBC Radio New Brunswick's Information Morning in Saint John with Julia Wright. Topic -
Co-designing dementia diagnosis and post-diagnostic care (COGNISANCE). As co-lead of this
international research project, I shared updates on the project in New Brunswick and
internationally. One of the team’s caregiver partners was also interviewed to share her
experiences with dementia care. This project aims to design, deliver, and evaluate an
awareness campaign to improve how primary care providers diagnose and support persons
with dementia and their care partners. This research is embedded in a larger, international
funded project co-led by teams in Canada, Australia, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and
Poland, in partnership with the World Health Organisation, Alzheimer’s Disease International, and Dementia Alliance International. Retrieved from https://www.cbc.
Mar 31, 2020 CBC Radio’s Shift with Vanessa Vander Valk. Topic - Helping parents of children with
complex needs access resources during the pandemic. NaviCare/SoinsNavi was featured through an interview with Taylor Fearon, our Patient Navigator RN (I am a Co-Director). They highlighted virtual health and social care services and educational resources available to New Brunswick families during the Covid-19 pandemic. Retrieved from .
Mar 3, 2020 CJSE Live with Marcel Parker-Gallant. Topic- Covid-19: Un message de NaviCare/SoinsNavi.
Oct. 3, 2019 Additional news releases about the 2nd annual Patients’ Den:
• ICI Noveau-Brunswick - « La parole au patient » pour trouver des solutions aux défis
• Université de Moncton Nouvelles- L’équipe de recherche de Claire Johnson remporte
Aug 30, 2019 Huddle. Topic - This N.B. research team helps people navigate a complex network of
healthcare providers. I am the Director for the Centre for Research in Integrated Care (CRIC) and we were named the July 2019 Research Teams of the Month. The NBHRF program is aimed at promoting collaboration in health research and at recognizing excellence in research conducted by research teams in all areas and disciplines that fall under health research. Retrieved from .
May 2019 Telegraph Journal. Topic - Graduate ‘a true inspiration’: President. Feature covered Ben
George’s university graduation from UNB and his future plans to work with NaviCare/SoinsNavi. Ben is a young adult with complex care needs. His family have been strong supporters of NaviCare/SoinsNavi and are involved with the Family Advisory Council. Retrieved from
Mar 1, 2019 Radio-Canada. Topic - An overview of the NaviCare/SoinsNavi centre.
Dec 18, 2018 CBC Information Morning with Rachel Cave. Topic - As the Co-Director of NaviCare/SoinsNavi,
the NB navigation centre for children with complex care needs in NB, I shared updates on the
development, implementation, and evaluation of the centre. One of NaviCare/SoinsNavi’s
clients was also interviewed to share her experiences using the centre’s services. Retrieved
Sep 28, 2018 Telegraph Journal. Topic - UNB campaign exceeds $125M goal. Article highlighted the UNB
fundraising campaign which surpassed its $110M goal. I was an invited speaker at this event which announced the completion of UNB's 'It Begins Here' fundraising campaign. The event announced what they raised, who was supported, and thanked donors. I was quoted in this article. Retrieved from .
Sep 21, 2017 The Globe and Mail. Topic – Innovation: Leveraging research strength to address evolving
social and economic challenges. Our NaviCare/SoinsNavi program was highlighted with credit to the UNB Saint John’s campus for offering a unique research environment. The multiple educational institutions on the one site has helped with the success of the program. Eastern Schools Supplement, Section ES, Pg. 2.
Jul 17, 2017 Telegraph Journal and KV Style. Topic – PRO Kids on the Run. A story about the charity event I
co-direct annually with my husband in Quispamsis to raise funds to help children living in poverty participate in sports and recreational activities. We raised $6000 in 2017 and $13,300 since the inaugural event in 2015. Retrieved from https://www.telegraphjournal.com
Jan 10, 2017 Press Release in Saint John. Topic – Launch of new navigation centre for children with complex
health conditions in NB, which is called NaviCare/SoinsNavi. I am a Co-Director of this centre with Dr. Rima Azar from Mount Alison University.
This press release led to several interviews and media publications, including the following:
Dec 4, 2016 Sackville Tribune Post and Mount Allison University News Release. Topic - Breakfast chat on growing up as a child with a complex health condition. I was an invited speaker.
Additional coverage from The Royal Society of Canada http://www.rsc.ca/en/events/mount-allison-breakfast-chat-growing-up-with-complex-health-condition
Nov 20, 2015 Telegraph Journal. Topic – Year to remember: Doucet named RunNB’s top female.
Jun 23, 2015 Telegraph Journal. Topic - Instead of talking about doing things, just do it. (Business Section,
Feb 20, 2015 KV Style (newspaper) - Volume 11, Issue 8. Topic – Kudos for being awarded a $750,000 grant from
the NB Children’s Foundation to assist in the development of a virtual health centre in New Brunswick.
Jan 5, 2015 CBC Information Morning with Terry Seguin. Topic – NB Virtual Health Centre for Children project.
Retrieved from .
Dec 26, 2014 Telegraph Journal. Topic - New Brunswick Children’s Foundation invests in virtual health centre.
Dec 20, 2014 Telegraph Journal. Topic - Children’s health centre gets funding. Retrieved from
Nov 19, 2014 CBC Radio. Topic – Research project in Bouctouche that involves integrating interprofessional patient
oriented mobile health interventions to manage chronic disease and promote smoking cessation.
Nov 15, 2014 L’Acadie Nouvelle. Topic – Being awarded Female Runner of the Year in NB.
Aug 28, 2014 KV Style. Topic – Research chair and running.
Aug 10, 2014 Telegraph Journal. Topic – Marathon win at Marathon by the Sea.
Jul 30, 2014 CBC Radio. Topic – Program of research in interprofessional education and practice.
Jul 29, 2014 Telegraph Journal, CBC Radio, and Country 94.1. Topic – The Jarislowsky Chair in Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care announcement.
Jul 6, 2014 Telegraph Journal. Topic – Half ironman age group win at Challenge St. Andrews.
Nov, 2013 Telegraph Journal and L'Acadie Nouvelle. Topic - New Brunswick Health Reseacher of the Month:
Dr. Shelley Doucet. Two page colour spread in both the Telegraph Journal (English NB Newspaper)
and L’Acadie Nouvelle (French NB Newspaper) for being selected as New Brunswick Health Research
of the Month. The write- up provided an extensive overview of my program of research and past