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Poole, M., Wilcock, J., Rait, G., Brodaty, H., & Robinson, L. on behalf of the COGNISANCE team (I am a Co-PI on this

               team). (December 2020). From plan to impact to quality improvement: A review of national and international

               approaches to improve diagnosis and post-diagnostic support for people living with dementia. Alzheimer’s

               Disease International (ADI) Virtual International Conference 2020, Singapore and virtual.

                            

Doucet, S., & Luke, A. (August 2020). Improving care integration through a patient-oriented living lab at UNB. UNB

               Faculty of Nursing 25th Annual Nursing Research Day. Fredericton, NB and virtual.

                            

Splane, J., Doucet, S., & Luke, A. (August 2020). Exploring the practices, experiences, and needs of care providers when

               supporting youth with complex care needs transition from pediatric to adult care. UNB Faculty of Nursing 25th

               Annual Nursing Research Day. Fredericton, NB and virtual.

                            

Assadpour, K., Doucet, S., & Luke, A. (August 2020). The role of nurse practitioners in preventing hospital readmissions

               and emergency department use when caring for patients with complex care needs. UNB Faculty of Nursing 25th

               Annual Nursing Research Day. Fredericton, NB and virtual.

                            

Stephen, N., Doucet, S., & Luke, A. (August 2020). A rapid review of prenatal and early postpartum healthcare

               experiences of women with substance use disorders and implications for NP practice. UNB Faculty of Nursing

               25th Annual Nursing Research Day. Fredericton, NB and virtual.

                            

Nguyen, L., Pozniak, K., Chambers, K., Galuppi, B., Mahlberg, N., Via-Dufresne Ley, A., Doucet, S., Marelli, A., Kovacs, A.,

               Amaria, K., Rozenblum, R., & Gorter, J. W., on behalf of the READYorNotTM Brain-Based Disabilities Project

               Team. (May 2020). Go far, go together: A journey of collaboration with youth and families for the

               READYorNotTM Brain-Based Disabilities Trial. 2020 CHILD-BRIGHT Virtual Symposium. Toronto, ON and virtual.

                            

 


Doucet, S. (November 2019). Social media and running. Second annual New Brunswick Women’s Running Summit. Saint

               John, NB.

                            

Luke, A., Doucet, S., Azar, R., & Luck, K. (June 2019). From research to practice: the implementation and evaluation of a

               patient navigation centre for children and youth with complex care needs. Primary Health Care Research Day.

               Halifax, NS. 

                            

Braun, J., Azar, R. & Doucet, S. (May 2019). Caregivers of children with complex care needs’ experiences with using online

               peer support. Undergraduate Conference Talk, Science Atlantic (Psychology Chapter), Mount Allison University,

               Sackville, NB.

                            

Braun, J., Azar, R. & Doucet, S. (April 2019). Caregivers of children with complex care needs’ experiences with using

               online peer support. 2019 Annual Research Day, Psychology Department, Mount Allison University, Sackville,

               NB.

                            

Doucet, S. (November 2018). Establishing a program of research. UNB Master’s of Nursing Nurse Research Forum. Saint

               John, NB.

                            

 

  

Doucet, S., Robinson, B., Stoddard, R., Standing, K., & Binns, K. (November 2018). Patients’ Den: Innovation in

               empowering patients to set research priorities. CIHR SPOR Summit 2018: Mapping the Progress of Patient-

               Oriented Research in Canada. Ottawa, Canada. 

                            

Luke, A., Doucet, S., & Azar, R. (October 2018). An evaluation of NaviCare/SoinsNavi: A navigation centre aimed at

               improving access to care for children with complex care needs. 24th Annual Qualitative Health Research

               Conference. Halifax, NS.

                            
 


Manzer, D., O'Sullivan, L., & Doucet, S. (October 2018). Culturally competent care of LGBT patients: The NP experience.

               The Atlantic Region - Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (ARCASN) Research Conference 2018. Cape

               Breton, NS. 

                            

Doucet, S., Azar, R., & Luke, A. (May 2018). Implementation and evaluation of NaviCare/SoinsNavi: A navigation centre

               aimed at improving access to care for children with complex health conditions. 2018 Canadian Association for

               Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Scientific Conference. Montreal, QC. 

                            

Knight, R., Nagel, D. A., Luke, A., & Doucet, S. (May 2018). Understanding the use of audio and video diaries to explore

               health care experiences: A systematic review. 35th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference at St. Thomas

               University. Fredericton, NB. 

                            

 

Doucet, S. (April 2018). Qualitative analysis 101. QUEST-SJ (Qualitative Health Research Collaborative) Monthly Session.

               Saint John, NB.

                            

 

 

Knight, R., Nagel, D. A., Luke, A., & Doucet, S. (May 2018). Understanding the use of audio and video diaries to explore
               health care experiences: A systematic review
. 35th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference at St. Thomas
               University. Fredericton, NB.

                            

 

Doucet, S., & Luke, A. (October 2017). Research towards an innovative model of service delivery: Development and                         implementation of a navigation centre for children with complex health conditions. 23rd Annual Qualitative

               Health Research Conference. Quebec City, QC.

                            

 

Doucet, S., Nagel, D. A. & Luke, A. (October 2017). Learning about children with complex health conditions and their

               health care experiences: A mixed methods study protocol [Presentation]. 23rd Annual Qualitative Health

               Research Conference. Quebec City, QC.

                            

Doucet, S., Nagel, D. A., Luke, A., & Hyndman, N. (October 2017). “Quick Strike”: A mixed-methods research project to

               better understand children with complex health conditions and their families [Symposium]. 23rd Annual

               Qualitative Health Research Conference.  Quebec City, QC.

                            

Doucet, S. (June 2017). NB SPOR Network in Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations. The 1st Annual New                          Brunswick SPOR Summit: Engaging Patients in Research in New Brunswick. Moncton, NB.

                            

Doucet, S. (June 2017). CHILD BRIGHT. Child Health Initiatives Limiting Disability – Brain Research Improving Growth &

               Health Trajectories. The 1st Annual New Brunswick SPOR Summit: Engaging Patients in Research in New

               Brunswick. Moncton, NB.

                            

Hyndman, N., Luke, A., Azar, R., Doucet, S., et al. (May 2017). Shifting family responsibility – Children with complex

               health conditions. Canadian Sociological Association - La Société Canadienne de Sociologie (CSA-SCS)

               Conference. Toronto, ON.

                            

Luke, A., Doucet, S., & Azar, R. (May 2017). The development of an innovative care model in New Brunswick: NaviCare/

               SoinsNavi, a navigation centre for children with complex health conditions. Canadian Sociological Association -

               La Societe Canadienne de Sociologie (CSA-SCS) Conference. Toronto, ON.

                            

Thibodeau, A., Luke, A., Azar, R., & Doucet, S. (November 2016). The first stage of establishing a family advisory

               committee for a pediatric navigational centre. Horizon Health Network’s Patient and Family Centred Care

               Experience Conference. Moncton, NB.

                            

Luke, A., Thibodeau, A., Doucet, S., & Azar, R. (November 2016). The development and implementation of a navigation

               centre in NB for children with complex health conditions. 8th Annual New Brunswick Health Research

               Foundation Conference. Saint John, NB.

                            

 

Hyndman, N., Azar, R., Charlton, P., Doucet, S., Luke, A., Montelpare, W., Nagel, D. A., Thibodeau, & A., Willows. T.

               (November 2016). Family perspectives on caring for children with complex health conditions. National Council                   on Family Relations Annual Conference, 2016. Minneapolis, MN.

                            

Azar, R., Doucet, S., Luke, A., Charlton, P., Hyndman, N., MacCallum, S., Kim, P. D. H., & Montelpare, W.J. (October 2016).

               Children with complex health conditions: Linking the pieces of the puzzle prior to the creation of a patient and

               family navigation centre in New Brunswick, Canada. AMC-Emma Children’s Hospital. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

                            

Clark, P. G., Weeks, L., Van den Bergh, G., & Doucet, S. (October 2016). Setting the stage for international and

               interprofessional education: Why are global perspectives so important? 45th Annual Scientific and Educational

               Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology. Montreal, QC.

                            

 

                       

Weeks, L., Clark, P. G., Van den Bergh, G., & Doucet, S. (October 2016). Variations in student Experiences and outcomes

               in an international and interprofessional course by country. 45th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of

               the Canadian Association on Gerontology. Montreal, QC.

                            

Azar, R., Doucet, S., Luke, A., Charlton, P., Hyndman, N., MacCallum, S., Kim, P. D. H., & Montelpare, W. J. (October 2016).

               Children with complex health conditions: Linking the pieces of the puzzle prior to the creation of a patient and

               family navigation centre. 6th Congress of the European Academy of Pediatrics Societies (EAPS). Geneva,

               Switzerland.

                            

Thibodeau, A., Azar, R., Doucet, S. (June 2016). Children with complex health conditions and their families: Who are they

               and what are their needs? Preliminary results. Horizon Health Network Dr. Donald MacLellan Research Day.

               Moncton, NB.

                            

Stymiest, K., Azar, R., Doucet, S. (June 2016). Key stakeholder perspectives on the care of children with complex health

               conditions in New Brunswick. Horizon Health Network Dr. Donald MacLellan Research Day. Moncton, NB.

                            

Hyndman, N., Montelpare, W., Charlton, P., Azar, R., & Doucet, S. (May 2016). Children with complex health conditions

               research project: A focus on methods of community based research. Congress of  Humanities and Social

               Sciences 2016, Canadian Sociology Association. Calgary, AB.

                            

Kim P. D. H., Azar R., & Doucet S. (2016, May). Very first steps in building the NB Virtual Health Centre for Children:

               Learning from educational stakeholders' perceptions and experiences in working with children with complex

               health conditions. 40th Annual Science Atlantic Undergraduate Psychology Conference. Moncton, NB.

                            

                         

MacCallum S., Azar R., & Doucet, S. (2016, May). Paving the way for the New Brunswick Virtual Health Centre for

               Children: Listening to the stakeholders’ voices on the social needs of children with complex health conditions

               and their families. 40th Annual Science Atlantic Undergraduate Psychology Conference. Moncton, NB.

                            

Kim, P. D. H., Azar. R., & Doucet. S. (2016, May). Very first steps in building the NB Virtual Health Centre for Children:

               Learning from educational stakeholders' perceptions and experiences in working with children with complex

               health conditions. Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences. 40th Annual Science Atlantic Undergraduate

               Psychology Conference. Université de Moncton, Moncton, NB.

                            

 

 

Horsman, A., Doucet, S., & Azar, R. (March 2016). La langue des ressources et la prise des decisions [Language of

               resources and decision-making]. 8ème édition de la Journée de Recherches Interdisciplinaires en Santé.

               Université de Moncton, Moncton, NB.

                            

 

Doucet, S. (January 2016). Establishing a Program of Research. UNB Master of Nursing Nurse Research Forum.

               Fredericton, NB.

                            

                          

Doucet, S. (November 2015). Interprofessional collaboration and patient centred care in the Canadian health care

               system. Third Year Nursing Class at the University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB. 

                            

                       

Doucet, S. (November 2015). Interprofessional education opportunities in the Department of Nursing & Health Sciences.

               Guidance Counsellor Open House at the University of New Brunswick. Saint John, NB.

                            

Pedersen, V., Jacobsen, F., Weeks, L., Clark, P., Doucet, S., & Van den Bergh, G. (November 2015). Transatlantic

               internationalisation in the digital age. 49th Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) Conference.

               Niagara Falls, ON.

                            

 

Balcom, S. & Doucet, S. (December 2015). Intraprofessional collaboration: A concept analysis. 1st Middle East

               Conference of Interprofessional Education. New Frontiers in Healthcare Education. Doha, Qatar. 

                            

 

Doucet, S. (August 2015). Interprofessional education activities in nursing at the University of New Brunswick in Saint

               John. Primer Day 2015. Saint John, NB.

                            

 

Balcom, S., & Doucet, S. (June 2015). Looking back to move forward: How understanding the history of intraprofessional

               nurse collaboration can inform tomorrow’s nurse leaders. 3rd Annual Worldwide Nursing Conference.

              Singapore.

                            

Dubé, A., Doucet, S., Graves, M. & Johnson, M. (June 2015). La communication interprofessionnelle en réadaptation

               cardiaque : Défis et facilitateurs de la cybersanté. 6th World Congress of Nurses and Nursing Francophones.

               Montreal, QC.

                            

 

MacKenzie, D., Andrews, C., Godden-Webster, A., Harris, J., Persaud, D.D., Doucet, S., Hayward, K., & Mensink, N.

                (June 2015). Health Mentor Program student feedback 2011-2014: Noted strengths and opportunities for

                change. 16th Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education and Interprofessional Learning.

                Halifax, NS.

                            

                          

Balcom, S., & Doucet, S. (June 2015). Looking back to move forward: How understanding the history of intraprofessional

               nurse collaboration can inform tomorrow’s nurse leaders. Atlantic Region Canadian Association of Schools of

               Nursing Conference. Saint John, NB.

                            

Doucet, S., MacKenzie, D., Loney, E., Godden-Webster, A., Lauckner, H., Alexiadis-Brown, P., Andrews, C., & Packer, T.

               (June 2015). Health professional students’ experiences as participants in the interprofessional Dalhousie Health

               Mentors Program. Atlantic Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Conference. Saint John, NB.

                            

Johnson, M., Doucet, S., Dubé, A., Doucet, E. M., & Bélanger, M. (October 2014). Our health within reach: Dieppe

               eHealth initiative. eHealth Innovations Initiative Workshop. Fredericton, NB.

                            

 

Doucet, S., MacKenzie, D., Loney, E., Godden-Webster, A., Lauckner, H., Alexiadis-Brown, P., Andrews, C., & Packer, T.

               (June 2014). Students’ experiences as participants in the interprofessional Dalhousie Health Mentors Program.

               15th Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education and Interprofessional Learning. Halifax, NS.

                            

 

Buchanan, J., Cole, T., & Doucet, S. (June 2014). The evolution of an interprofessional experience for first year health

               professional students. 15th Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education and Interprofessional

               Learning. Halifax, NS.

                            

Hean, S., Doucet, S., Bainbridge, L., Green, C., Clark, P., Anderson, L., O’Halloran, C., Pitt, R., John, C., & Oandasan, I.

               (June 2014). The rigorous use of theory to promote the effective development, implementation, and evaluation

               of interprofessional education. All Together Better Health 7 (ATBH7). Pittsburgh, PA.

                            

 

Clark, P., Bjorke, G., Doucet, S., Hean, S. (June 2014). Exploring national contexts for interprofessional education and

               practice: An international comparison of forces and factors. All Together Better Health 7 (ATBH7). Pittsburgh,

               PA.

                            

Doucet, S., & Lauckner, H. (March 2014). Engaging patients in an interprofessional education initiative: Moving beyond

               student learning to exploring the impact on community patient volunteers. Interprofessional Health Research

               Day 2014. Saint John, NB.

                            

 

Doucet, S. (March 2014). Interprofessional education: Facilitation and integration in nursing. UNB Master of Nursing

               Nurse Educator Forum on Interprofessional Education. Fredericton, NB.

                            

Lauckner, H., & Doucet, S. (October 2013). Patients as educators: Mentor’s perspectives on the challenges and benefits

               of sharing personal experiences with students. 19th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference. Halifax,

               NS.

                            

                        

 

Hean, S., Doucet, S., Anderson, L., Bainbridge, L., Clark, P., Craddock, D., Hammick, M., Mpofu, R., O’Halloran, C.,

               Oandasan, I., & Pitt, R. (June 2013). Interprofessional education: From theory to practice and from practice to

               theory. Collaborating Across Borders IV: Biennial Interprofessional Educational Conference. Vancouver, BC.

                            

 

Nasser, S., Andrews, C., Doucet, S., Godden-Webster, A., & Mackenzie, D. (June 2013). Collaboration behind the scenes:

               The key to effective interprofessional education. Collaborating Across Borders IV: Biennial Interprofessional

               Educational Conference. Vancouver, BC.

                            

 

Whalen, S., Wilkins, K., & Doucet, S. (April 2013). Interpretive description: A qualitative nursing research method. 18th

               Annual Nursing Research Day - University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.

                            

 

Keeping-Burke, L., McCormack, D., McCloskey, R., Doucet, S., Furlong, K., & Carr, T. (April 2013). Partnering in health

               research: Does this initiative incorporate ethical review? 18th Annual Nursing Research Day - University of New

               Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.

                            

 

Andrews, C., Doucet, S., Godden Webster, A., Nasser, S., Packer, T. (March 2013). Diverse stakeholders – diverse

               feedback:  Balancing divergent messages to create an effective learning experience. 14th Annual Symposium

               on Medical/Health Professions Education and Interprofessional Learning. Halifax, NS.

                            

 

McCormack, D., Keeping-Burke, L., McCloskey, R., Carr, T., Furlong, K., & Doucet, S. (June 2012). The balancing act

               required of qualitative researchers who are seeking ethical review. Second Global Congress for Qualitative

               Health Research. Milan, Italy.

                            

 

McCormack, D., Keeping-Burke, L., McCloskey, R., Carr, T., Furlong, K., & Doucet, S. (June 2012). Qualitative researchers

               walk the tight rope of ethical review. 29th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Cultures of Narrative/

               Narratives of Culture. St. John's, NL.

                            

 

Lauckner, H., Doucet, S., & Wells, S. (June 2012). From service recipient to student mentor: Lessons learned from an

               interprofessional initiative. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Conference: Occupations and

               Practice Through Time. Quebec, QC.

                            

 

Doucet, S., Wells, S., & Lauckner, H. (May 2012). Patients as educators: Lessons learned from an interprofessional

               initiative. Interprofessional Care for the 21st Century: Redefining Education and Practice. Philadelphia, PA.

                            

 

Buchanan, J., Doucet, S., Cole, T., & McCoy, C. (May 2012). Code blue: Your patient is in jeopardy! An innovative,

               interprofessional, extracurricular initiative. The 2012 Dalhousie Conference on University Teaching and Learning.

               Halifax, NS.

                            

 

Doucet, S. & Lauckner, H. (April 2012). The experiences of patients as educators in an interprofessional education

               initiative. 17th Annual Nursing Research Day - University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.

                            

 

Delva, D., Towle, A., Doucet, S., Nasser, S., Bainbridge, L., & Kerston, P. (April 2012). Workshop: The Health Mentors

               Program: An approach to teaching interprofessional collaboration, chronic illness and patient-centred care.

               Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Global Health and Medical Education: Beyond Boundaries. Banff,

               AB.

                            

 

Doucet, S., Lauckner, H., & Wells, S. (March 2012). Patient educators’ experiences: Balancing the risks and benefits of

               sharing personal information with students. 13th Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education

               and Interprofessional Learning. Halifax, NS.

                            

 

Stewart, W., Doucet, S., Buchanan, J., & Stewart, C. (March 2012). Assessment of a locally developed interprofessional

               educational tool with first year health professional students in Saint John, NB: A pilot study. 13th Annual

               Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education and Interprofessional Learning. Halifax, NS.

                            

 

Mann, K., Bergin. F., Sargeant, J., Doucet, S., Alexiadis-Brown, P., MacLeod, A. (March 2012). Evaluating outcomes of a

               new medical curriculum in the Maritimes. 13th Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education and

               Interprofessional Learning. Halifax, NS.

                            

 

Doucet, S., Wells, S., & Lauckner, H. (November 2011). Patients as educators in an Interprofessional health education

               program. 3rd Biennial Interprofessional Educational Conference: Collaborating Across Borders III. Tucson,

               Arizona.

                            

Nasser, S., Doucet, S., Andrews, C., Delva, D., & Lauckner, H. (November 2011). Workshop: Dalhousie Health Mentors                      Program: Do interprofessional student teams contribute to learning about interprofessional collaboration? 3rd

               Biennial Interprofessional Educational Conference: Collaborating Across Borders III. Tucson, Arizona.

                            

Nasser, S., Doucet, S., Godden Webster, A. (2011, October). Connecting with the community through volunteer Health

               Mentors. Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase. Halifax, NS.

                            

Doucet, S. (June 2011). Health Mentors Program: The Saint John experience. “THE Workshop II – Together in Health                      Education: Skills for Collaborative Clinical Practice. Saint John, NB.

                            

McCloskey, R., Keeping-Burke, L., McCormack, D., Carr, T., Doucet, S., & Furlong, K. (June 2011). Getting through ethics:

               The fit between Research Ethics Board assessment and qualitative research. Canadian Bioethics Society 22nd

               Annual Conference. Saint John, NB.

                            

 

Smith, P., Doucet, S., & Nasser, S. (May 2011). Health Mentors, interprofessional education and chronic illness. Canadian

               Conference on Medical Education. Toronto, ON.

                            

 

Doucet, S. (May 2011). The Health Mentors Program: An interprofessional experience learning firsthand about chronic

               conditions: A work in progress. 16th Annual Nursing Research Day - University of New Brunswick. Fredericton,

               NB.

                            

                        

Andrews, C., Doucet, S., Kephart, G., & Nasser, S. (March 2011). Seismic shifts in Interprofessional health education: The

               Health Mentors Program, FMEC Recommendation VIII, and re-aligning the core. 12th Annual Symposium on

               Medical/Health Professions Education, Division of Medical Education, Dalhousie. Halifax, NS.

                            

 

Buchanan, J., Doucet, S., & the Code Blue Executive Committee. (March 2011). Code Blue: Your patient is in jeopardy!

               12th Annual Symposium on Medical/Health Professions Education, Division of Medical Education, Dalhousie.

               Halifax, NS.