Coverage in Reports, Newsletters, Magazines, & E-books

Atlantic Health Exploration and Discovery: The Twelve Days of Research. (2020). Topic - Integrated health care

researchers on building strong collaboration: Communication is key. This December 8th, 2020 article provided an in-depth overview of our pan-Canadian project entitled, Case management in primary care for frequent users of healthcare services with chronic diseases and complex care needs: Implementation and realist evaluations. The article provided the project background, current project status including how COVID-19 has affected the project, and introduced the New Brunswick researcher team members. I am a co-principal investigator on this project and the Director of CRIC. Retrieved from bit.ly/37ZX7Zh.

 

Atlantic Health Exploration and Discovery: The Twelve Days of Research. (2020). Topic - Teaching interdisciplinary

collaboration to the next generation: UNB’s new undergraduate Bachelor of Health program. This December 6th, 2020 article highlighted the new Bachelor of Health program that welcomed its first students September 2020. I was involved with the development of this program through the UNB Saint John Bachelor of Health Working Group, the Curriculum Committee, and am teaching one of the program courses that I co-developed. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3n1XjNU.

 

New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) Annual report for 2019-2020. (2020). Topic - I was referenced as part of a

two-page spread on the 25 Star Mentors for the Year. I was an NBIF 2020 Star Mentor Honouree which honours the Top 25 Star Mentors from New Brunswick’s universities, colleges and research institutions who have shown an exemplary job of training the next generation of researchers.

 

Centre for Research in Integrated Care (CRIC). (2020). Topic - Occupational disruption during COVID-19: Exploring the

experiences of individuals living with chronic disease. In this September 23, 2020 Facebook post, we developed and shared a 3 minute research update summary video on our project. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=646617709547198.


MyUNB News, News for Faculty and Staff (2020). Topic - UNB Marketing Office completes three new faculty message

matrices-FR and SJ. The UNB Marketing Office released its faculty ‘message matrices’ August 18, 2020, one-page documents that summarize each faculty’s most important messages. These matrices will be used as reference tools and ensure institution and faculty stories are presented in a consistent and cohesive manner. Our team’s work was referenced as part of the Faculty of Science, Applied Science and Engineering (SASE) Message Matrix as faculty ‘proof points’ in the ‘A hotbed of creativity, innovation and collaboration’, ‘A world-class education with award winning faculty members’, and ‘Making a difference in the local community’ categories. Retrieved from https://secure.unb.ca/admin/communications/marketing/downloads/messagematrix/messagematrix-sase.pdf.


UNB Research. (2020). Topic - COVID-19 research: Occupational disruption and adaptation. This August 18, 2020 blog

post featured a research project that I am conducting with Drs. Kerrie Luck and Alison Luke and that is one of the 13 UNB COVID-19 research projects that received funding from NBIF, NBHRF and ACOA. This April 18, 2020 blog post described our qualitative description study exploring the experience of occupational disruption and adaptation among individuals with chronic disease during the COVID-19 pandemic. Retrieved from http://blogs.unb.ca/research/2020/08/covid19-occupational-disruption.php.


Additionally, it was shared on the following UNB social media accounts:
•    UNB Research Twitter - https://twitter.com/UNBResearch/status/1295803858434830338
•    UNB Twitter - https://twitter.com/UNB/status/1296143466058129411
•    UNB Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/uofnb/posts/10164749687975393
•    UNB LinkedIn - https://ca.linkedin.com/school/university-of-new-brunswick/ (direct link to post unavailable)
•    MyUNB News - https://blogs.unb.ca/myunbnews/2020/08/COVID-19-research--Occupational-disruption-and-adaptation-FR-and-SJ.php


NBHRF. (2020). Topic - 27 COVID-19 Research Projects in New Brunswick Receive Funding Worth $1.2M. This was a July

16, 2020 communications release sharing details of the 27 COVID-19 pandemic-related research projects that were supported by the joint call of New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF), the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. A media release provided by NBIF and NBHRF (see https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/2020-links//final-client-led-nr-nbif-july-15.pdf) was included along with a complete list of funded projects (see https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/2020-links//nbif-27-fund-projects-jul-10.pdf). I was listed in this release for our team’s funded project exploring the experiences of disruption and adaptations to routines, roles, habits and occupations of individuals with chronic disease during the pandemic that I am doing with Drs. Kerrie Luck and Alison Luke.


UNB Newsroom. (2020). Topic - 13 UNB projects receive funding to support COVID-19 research. This July 16, 2020 article

highlighted the thirteen UNB research projects that received funding from the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF), the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. The foundations had issued a joint call for research projects to better understand and address the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, with up to $50,000 in funding available per project. In total, the foundations have invested $846,707 in support of 27 projects across the province. UNB’s projects represent nearly half of all those funded. Drs. Kerrie Luck, Alison Luke and I received funding for a project exploring the experiences of disruption and adaptations to routines, roles, habits and occupations of individuals with chronic disease during the pandemic. Retrieved from http://blogs.unb.ca/newsroom/2020/07/13-unb-projects-receive-funding-to-support-covid-19-research.php; https://www.facebook.com/uofnb/posts/10164577049040393; https://twitter.com/UNB/status
/1283785975173451776
; and https://twitter.com/UNBResearch/status/1283829216618872832.

 

Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). (2020). Topic - A dementia strategy for Canada. Together we achieve. 2020

Annual Report to Parliament. This June 2020 report featured the project Co-Designing Dementia Care in NB: Building a Future Together. I am the Nominated Principal Investigator of this project in New Brunswick and Co-Principal Investigator on the international team. Our project was featured on pages 25 and 45 as national person-centred care highlights.

Prokit. (2020). Topic - Prokit Moms in Sport. Mother’s Day feature with professional moms from the endurance and

outdoor sports world around the globe. Retrieved from https://theprokit.com/posts/prokit-moms-in-sport/.

New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) Star Mentor News Release. (2020). Topic - Celebrating exemplary

mentorship at New Brunswick research institutions. NBIF's Top 25 Star Mentors from New Brunswick’s universities, colleges and research institutions is a program that celebrates an exemplary job of mentorship and training the next generation of researchers. Retrieved from https://nbif.ca/star-mentors/.    

University of New Brunswick Annual Report 2018-2019. (2020). Topic - Leading the way for health and social innovation.

This report featured health and social innovation work done by UNB researchers that makes a tangible difference in the lives of New Brunswickers with a section, ‘Dementia research’ devoted to my involvement with ROSA (Research on Organization of Healthcare Services for Alzheimer’s). Retrieved from https://www.unb.ca/annualreport/2019/innovation/health-social.html.

CIHR Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) Update. (Winter 2020). Topic - Putting funding decisions in the

hands of patients. CIHR’s quarterly e-newsletter included a section on our Patients’ Den 2019 event that was co-hosted by the New Brunswick SPOR PIHCI Network (I am a scientific lead) and MSSU at the Université de Moncton. Selected research projects were pitched to patient panelists for the chance to win up to $5,000 in funding to support their research. The event was facilitated by the Hon. Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Federal Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe. Retrieved from http://suivi.lnk01.com/v/443/a0f77b8725d5af2fcfe8da5f6c63be793c0b0dd015a84f66.

 

The University of New Brunswick News Release. (2019). Topic - Outstanding collaborations that include UNB researchers

recognized by NBHRF. This December 23, 2019 blog highlighted four UNB research teams that were recognized by the 2019 NBHRF Research Teams of the Month program. 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. The research team must also be a collaboration, including two or more investigators from different departments, institutions or agencies. I am the Director for the Centre for Research in Integrated Care (CRIC) and we were named the July 2019 Research Team of the Month. Retrieved from http://blogs.unb.ca/newsroom/2019/12/outstanding-collaborations-that-include-unb-researchers-recognized-by-nbhrf.php.

New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) News Release. (2019). Topic - First year of social innovation fund closes.

We were recognized by NBIF's and New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network’s (NB-SPRN) joint Social Innovation Research Fund (SIRF) project in this October 29, 2019 release. The goal of the SIRF is for socially innovative projects that stand to positively impact our province. A total of $200,000 in funding was awarded to nine researchers - our project, Transition strategy for youth with complex needs in pediatric care to adult care, was one of them. Retrieved from https://nbif.ca/en/blog/first_year_of_social_innovation_fund_closes_1.

Maritime SPOR Support Unit (MSSU) News Release. (2019). Topic - Unique event puts funding decisions in the hands of

patients. This October 22, 2019 news release covered the second annual Patients’ Den 2019 event that was co-hosted by MSSU and the New Brunswick SPOR PIHCI Network (I am the researcher lead) at the Université de Moncton. This is a patient-oriented event where selected research projects were pitched to patient panelists for the chance to win up to $5,000 in funding to further support their research. Retrieved from http://www.spor-maritime-srap.ca/news/unique-event-puts-funding-decisions-hands-patients.

UNB Newsroom. (2019). Topic - UNB researchers part of Canada’s largest dementia research network. I was recognized

along with UNB researchers Drs. Alison Luke, Chris McGibbon, and Sandra Magalhaes for participating in the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA), Canada’s largest dementia research network. The CCNA, launched in 2014 in response to Canada’s commitment to the 38th annual G8 Summit, consists of 19 teams of researchers from across the country who are engaged in research on neurodegenerative diseases, such as dementia. The national research team that I and Dr. Luke are involved with will investigate how to provide innovative care for persons living with dementia at the primary care level. Retrieved from https://blogs.unb.ca/newsroom/2019/09/unb-researchers-part-of-canadas-largest-dementia-research-network.php.

NBHRF September e-Newsletter (2019). Topic - This N.B. research team helps people navigate complex network of

healthcare providers, Huddle, August 30, 2019. Retrieved from https://mailchi.mp/d9385cf62784/august2019-609389?fbclid=IwAR2yA-F1eyVfRgCC-4yc3j5IL9qPcuadahciPWMjXNpDQv43BzcHOPkUqEk.

 

PIHCI National Coordinating Office (NCO) Dr. Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant Visits NB PIHCI. (2019). Topic - Addressing the

Evidence Gaps in Primary Care: Understanding Research Paradigms. In August 2019, the NB SPOR PIHCI (I am the research lead) hosted Dr. Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant, the Executive Director of the CIHR SPOR Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (PIHCI) National Coordinating Office (NCO) and Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, McGill University. This event was open to the public at UNB Saint John and her talk was followed by insights into the future of SPOR 2. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/NBPIHCINetwork/videos/443661889561142/.

 

University of New Brunswick President’s Annual Report 2017-2018. (2019). Topic - Patients’ Den ignites innovation.

Retrieved from https://www.unb.ca/annualreport/2018/innovation/patientsden.html.

 

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) News Release (2019). Topic - New Brunswick patient-navigation centre

helps children and youth with complex care needs and their families. NaviCare/SoinsNavi was featured in this article, which included a testimonial from one of the many families our centre has been supporting through our patient navigation services. The article was shared on the following websites:
•    CIHR - http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/51458.html
•    CIHR English Twitter - https://twitter.com/CIHR_IRSC/status/1123271517972963333
•    CIHR French Twitter - https://twitter.com/IRSC_CIHR/status/1123272010178732032
•    CIHR Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/p/Bw45Jd4lzAS/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

 

University of New Brunswick It Begins Here Campaign Report. (2018). Topic - Build on our academic strengths. I am the

researcher profiled in this section. Retrieved from https://www.unb.ca/giving/_assets
/documents/itbeginshere_finalcampaignreport.pdf
 (p. 11). 

OpusMD, The NB Medical Society Magazine (2018). Topic - NaviCare/SoinsNavi: Navigating services in N.B. for children

with complex care needs. Retrieved from https://www.nbms.nb.ca/assets/Newsletters/OPUS/FINAL-Web-Version.pdf (p. 6-7).

UNB Special Announcement. (2018). Topic - Pride Week at UNB. Our team’s research, led by Dr. Dana Manzer, examined

the experiences and needs of transgender youth and their families or caregivers within the health care and social services system was profiled in this special announcement.

NBHRF June e-Newsletter (2018). Topic - 1st Patients' Den: Patients setting research priorities in primary and integrated

health care innovations a success. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/communiqu-s-de-presse//nbhrf-press-release-patients-den.pdf.

University of New Brunswick President’s Annual Report 2016-2017. (2017). Topic - Helping families with complex health

challenges. Retrieved from http://www.unb.ca/annualreport/innovation/navicare.html.  

 

NBHRF. (2017). Topic - NBHRF 10th Anniversary Video. In November 2017, NBHRF released a video with highlights for

their 10th anniversary. Various projects that I’ve been involved with were noted in the video, such as the 2017 2nd Breakfast with the NB MLAs; my Health Research Chair funding; NaviCare/ SoinsNavi; and CHILD BRIGHT. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=zNo3JnvIaDw.

 

UNB Alumni News. (2017). Topic - New centre for children with complex health conditions launched. (2017). Retrieved

from http://unb.uberflip.com/i/836490-unb-alumni-news-spring-2017.

 

NBHRF April e-Newsletter. (2017). Topic - Commentary from the CEO: 2017 Breakfast with the MLAs: Health research and

innovation. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/nouvelles-2017//nbhrfmay03newsletter-enfr.pdf.

 

UNB Fundraising Campaign. (2017). Topic – A video demonstrating the kind of impact giving can have at UNB and in our

communities, using three case examples (one of which is our NaviCare/SoinsNavi program). Retrieved from https://youtu.be/wfydT2mIbqs?list=PL3BD9E6583419646F.

 

NBHRF January e-Newsletter. (2017). Topic - Acknowledgments for the launch of NaviCare/SoinsNavi, a patient

navigation centre for children with complex health conditions. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf
.com/files/page-files/news-2017//enews-published-jan-30-2017-ef.pdf
.

 

New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network’s January e-Newsletter. (2017). Topic - Summary of press in Saint John for

the launch of NaviCare/SoinsNavi. Retrieved from http://us6.campaign-archive1.com/?u
=603879ccd973f5e59350d8573&id=68c7655077
.

 

NBHRF 2015/2016 Annual Report. (2016). Topic - The care of children with complex health conditions. From a CIHR

primary care-quick strike, to the NB Children’s Foundation, to CIHR SPOR Network on Chronic Disease / CHILD BRIGHT. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/nbhrf/docs/annual_report_2016_-_english?workerAddress=ec2-54-167-94-159.compute-1.amazonaws.com (p. 8).

 

The O’Brien Foundation News. [Winter 2016(6)]. Topic - Announcement of my research chair and summary of my research

programs. Titled: Dr. Shelley Doucet named Jarislowsky Chair in Interprofessional Patient Centred Care. (p. 8). Retrieved from https://www.obrienfoundation.ca/images/PDFs/Newsletter_7.pdf.

 

UNB Press Release in Fredericton and Saint John. (2016). Topic – Launch of UNB’s campaign “It Begins Here”. I was

profiled in this November 18, 2016 video as being one of the people that sets UNB apart. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1v4BclHoEA.

 

UNB Press Release in Saint John. (2016). Topic - Hon. Jane Philpott, Minister of Health Canada attends New Brunswick

Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) stakeholder meeting. I was one of the researchers highlighted in this June 4, 2016 release and the announcement of my team’s recently funded $25 million dollar SPOR Chronic Disease Network focused on children with complex needs was shared. I was also a presenter and am a Co-Investigator on this project. Retrieved from http://www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/news/spor.html.

 

NBHRF Press Release in Moncton. (2016). Topic - Research funding in social innovation for youth mental health in NB

(with Premier Brian Gallant) at the Centre de formation médicale, Université de Moncton, NB. Note: The announcement also included our NBCF-grant and the recent NBHRF matching funds for our CIHR CHILD BRIGHT-grant. I was invited to speak at the event. Coverage in L’Acadie Nouvelle. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/nouvelles-2016//enews-published-may-09-2016.pdf.

 

NBHRF July e-Newsletter. (2016). Topic - Summary of press release in Saint John for our CIHR Chronic Disease SPOR

Network Funding. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/nouvelles-2016//enews-published-july-18-2016-e.pdf.

 

NBHRF May e-Newsletter. (2016). Topic - Summary of press release in Moncton for our Research Funding in Social

Innovation for Youth Mental Health in NB. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/nouvelles-2016//enews-published-may-09-2016.pdf.

 

NBHRF May e-Newsletter. (2016). Topic - Announcement of SPOR Network in Chronic Disease funding. I am a co-

applicant. Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/nouvelles-2016/enews-published-april-11-2016.pdf.

 

NBHRF March e-Newsletter. (2016). Topic - Announcement of student funding (I am supervisor) and SPOR Network in

Chronic Disease funding (I am a Co-Applicant). Retrieved from https://www.nbhrf.com/files/page-files/nouvelles-2016//enews-published-march-14-2016.pdf.

 

The HOMEbody Symposium E-book. (2015). Topic - Stories from NB changemakers. Retrieved from

http://pub.lucidpress.com/thehomebodysymposium/#BwqHsnU~WWCf.

 

NBHRF 2014/2015 Annual Report. (2015). Topic - Two full page write-up titled: Creating a New Brunswick Strategic

Patient Oriented Research Network in Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations. Retrieved from https://user-glajgsi.cld.bz/NBHRF-Annual-Report-2015/4 (p. 6-7).

 

NBHRF 2014/2015 Annual Report. (2015). Topic - Full page write-up titled: Connected Voices: Using ehealth/mhealth to

support a rural cardiac rehabilitation pilot program. Retrieved from https://user-glajgsi.cld.bz/NBHRF-Annual-Report-2015/4 (p. 11).

 

NBHRF 2014/2015 Annual Report. (2015). Topic - Two full page write-up titled: Jarislowsky Health Research Chair in

Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care: Shelley Doucet. Retrieved from https://user-glajgsi
.cld.bz/NBHRF-Annual-Report-2015/4
(p. 12-13).

 

New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network’s August Newsletter (2015). Topic - Member of the month spotlight.

Retrieved from http://us6.campaignarchive1.com/?u=603879ccd973f5e59350d8573&id= 45943335a0&e=ec96a3e980.

 

The O’Brien Foundation Website. (2015). Topic – The O’Brien Foundation profiles of past O’Brien fellows to see “Where

are they now?”. Retrieved from http://www.obrienfoundation.ca/en/o-brien-fellows/where-are-they-now/204-dr-shelley-doucet-2009.

 

UNB Associated Alumni Website. (2015). Topic - Proudly UNB Award Recipients. Retrieved from 

http://www.unb.ca/alumni/awards/proudlyunb/previous/2015.html.

 

UNB News Release. (2014). Topic - Announcement of $750,000 grant to assist in the development of a virtual health

centre in New Brunswick. I am a Co-Principal Investigator on this project. Retrieved from http://blogs.unb.ca/newsroom/2014/12/19/new-brunswick-childrens-foundation-provides-gift-for-university-of-new-brunswick-and-mount-allison-research/#sthash.98vw0aYw.dpuf.

 

Mount Allison University News Release. (2014). Topic - Announcement of $750,000 grant to assist in the development of a

virtual health centre in New Brunswick. I am a Co-Principal Investigator on this project. Retrieved from http://www.mta.ca/Community/News/2014/December_2014/NB_Children%E2%80%99s_Foundation_provides_$750,000_gift_for_Mount_Allison,_UNB_research/.

 

NBHRF. (2014). Topic - New Brunswick Health Research Foundation Researcher of the month 2012-2013 (revised). NBHRF

presented a video highlighting the work of the 2012-2013 NBHRF Research of Month award winners. I was the Researcher of the Month for October 2013. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hilCta7nAKY.

 

University of New Brunswick President’s Annual Report. (2014). Topic - Changing the future of healthcare. Retrieved from

https://www.unb.ca/president/_assets/documents/annual_report_2014.pdf (p. 39). 

 

UNB Alumni News. (2014). Topic - Shelley Doucet: Jarislowsky Chair. Retrieved from http://unb.uberflip.com/i/378325.

 

UNB News Release. (2014). Topic - Announcement of the Jarislowsky Chair in Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care. I

am the first chair holder. Retrieved from http://blogs.unb.ca/newsroom/2014/07/29/the-jarislowsky-chair-in-interprofessional-patient-centred-care/comment-page-1/.

 

UNB News Release. (2014). Topic - Announcement of $225,000 Pfizer / NBHRF grant to examine the use of mobile

technology to manage chronic disease and promote smoking cessation. This Jun 19, 2014 article highlight a project that I am a co-lead of. Retrieved from http://blogs.unb.ca/newsroom/2014/06/19/mobile-health-research-and-innovation-to-help-new-brunswick-smokers-and-heart-health/.

 

University of New Brunswick President’s Annual Report. (2013). Changing the Face of New Brunswick. Retrieved from

https://www.unb.ca/president/_assets/documents/annualreport2013.pdf (p. 17).

 

New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) video. (2013). Topic - NBHRF Researcher of the Month (October).

Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze9_Vw-rzr8.