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  • CURRICULUM VITAE

    Marsha Campbell-Yeo

    Address: Dalhousie School of Nursing, 5869 University Ave

    Forrest Building, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 4H7

    Telephone: 902 494-4283

    Fax: 902 494-3487

    Email: marsha.campbell-yeo@dal.ca

    Address: 3rd floor link, NICU, 5980 University Avenue

    Halifax Nova Scotia, B3K 6R8

    Telephone: 902 499-0985

    Fax: 902 470-7455

    E-Mail: marsha.campbellyeo@iwk.nshealth.ca

    EDUCATION

    2012 – 2013 Post-Doctoral Fellowship, IWK Health Science Centre/ Dalhousie University

    Supervisors: Drs. Patrick McGrath and Ryan D’Arcy

    Project: Functional mapping of the effects of pain in young children.

    2006 - 2012 Doctoral Program, Faculty of Medicine, School of Nursing

    McGill University, Supervisor: Dr. Celeste Johnston

    Committee Members: Dr. KS Joseph, Dr. N Feeley, Dr. C Chambers, Dr. K Barrington

    Project: Co-bedding as a comfort measure for preterm twins undergoing a painful

    procedure.

    1998 - 1999 Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program

    Stony Brook University, The State University of New York

    1995 - 1999 Master of Science in Nursing

    Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia

    1983 - 1987 Bachelor of Nursing

    Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

    2014 Cross appointment, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

    2013 Cross appointment, Department of Pediatrics

    2012 - Present Assistant Professor

    School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Professions

    Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia

    2000 Adjunct Appointment

    School of Nursing

    Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia

    SUPPLEMENTAL COURSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

    2013 The Joanna Briggs Institute – Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Programme

    mailto:marsha.campbell-yeo@dal.ca mailto:marsha.campbellyeo@iwk.nshealth.ca

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    2013 IHDCYH New Investigator Workshop, Toronto, Ontario.

    2013 Part C Division 5 of the Canadian Food and Drug Regulations – Drugs for Clinical Trials

    Involving Human Subjects

    2008 Cochrane Systematic Review Training Program

    2005 Introductory Good Clinical Practice Education Course, IWK Health Centre, Halifax

    2000 Certified Neonatal Nurse Practitioner – National Obstetric and Neonatal Certification

    Program

    AWARDS

    Recognition and Honours

    2014 Mayday Pain & Society Fellowship

    2014 Excellence in Nursing Research Award, College of Registered Nurse of NS

    2013 Global Honoree, The REAL Awards (http://www.therealawards.com/nominees/887)

    2010 First prize, Clinical Research Poster, Canadian Pain Society National $1000.

    2009 First prize, Graduate /Post Doc Category, IWK Paediatric Medical Research Day $250.

    2008 Top 12 USA/Canadian Research Abstract, participation at National Association of Neonatal Nurses Research Summit $2500.00

    2002 Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Society, Rho Rho Halifax Chapter.

    2001 Dalhousie University Nursing Honour Society.

    2000 Highest mark granted for NCC Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

    Certification exam (October 25, 2000 National writing date).

    1999 Distinction- Masters of Nursing Program.

    1987 Dean’s List - Bachelor of Nursing Program.

    1987 National Johnson and Johnson Leadership Award $1000.

    1987 C.V. Mosby Book Award for high academic merit $500.

    Trainee support

    2012 Post Doctoral Academic funding – $55,000, Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation-

    PSO – Scotia Support Grant - 2011 - 7593.

    2010 Ruby Blois Scholarship, IWK Health Centre Foundation Award $10,000.

    http://www.therealawards.com/nominees/887

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    2007-2011 Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) fellowship $220 000.

    2007-2008 PhD Trainee Stipend, Pain in Child Health CIHR $10,000.

    2007 Canadian Nurses Foundation TD Meloche Monnex Doctoral Award $6,000.

    2005-2007 Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation Doctoral Award $40.060.

    2005-2007 The Quebec Interuniversity Nursing Intervention Research Group (GRIISIQ)

    Fellowship Award $80,000.

    New Investigator, Conference Presenter, and Trainee Travel

    2013 IWK Health Centre Nursing Strategy and Women’s Newborn Health Program

    Education, 9th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, $2500.

    2013 IWK Health Centre Conference Presenter Award, International Society for Pediatric

    Pain (ISPP), $1000.

    2012 Canadian Pain Society, Trainee Travel Award, International Association for the Study

    for Pain, $500.

    2012 Dalhousie University School of Nursing Research Dissemination Award, International

    Association for the Study for Pain, $1500.

    2012 IWK Health Centre Conference Presenter Award, International Association for the

    Study for Pain (IASP), $1000.

    2012 Pain in Child Health Trainee Travel Award, IASP, $750.

    2012 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Canadian Pain Society, $500.

    2012 IWK Nursing Strategy Conference Presenter Award, Pediatric Academic Society,

    $2500.

    2011 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Joint British and Canadian Pain Society, $1000.

    2011 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Pain in Child Health, CIHR, $1000.

    2011 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Canadian Pain Society, $500.

    2010 IWK Health Centre Conference Presenter Award, Canadian Association of Neonatal

    Nurses, $1000.

    2010 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Canadian Pain Society, $500.

    2010 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Pain in Child Health, CIHR, $2500.

    2009 IWK Health Centre Conference Presenter Award, Pediatric academic Society, $1000.

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    2009 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Canadian Pain Society, $500.

    2007 Trainee Conference Travel Award, Canadian Pain Society, $500.

    TRAINING PROGRAMS

    2013 – 2014 (Centre Co-Leader) CIHR Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Training Program

    2007 – 2009 Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program

    2007 Pain in Child Health CIHR Strategic Training Program

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    2014- Cross-appointment, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

    2013 - Faculty Member, Center for Pediatric Pain Research

    IWK Health Centre, Halifax Nova Scotia

    2013 - Scientific Appointment, Department of Pediatrics

    IWK Health Centre, Halifax Nova Scotia

    2012 - Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Professions

    Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    2008-2010 Lecturer and clinical mentor – Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program School of Nursing

    (18 month program) Dalhousie University, Halifax

    1999 - Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

    Neonatal Intensive Care

    IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia

    1994-1999 Air Medical Transport Nurse - Neonatal, Paediatrics and High Risk Obstetrics

    IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia

    1993-1995 Staff Nurse – Pediatric Intensive Care

    IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia

    1987-1995 Staff Nurse – Neonatal Intensive Care

    IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia

    RESEARCH AND OTHER GRANTS

    Research Projects Funded Currently

    Principal Investigator

    2014-2019 Campbell-Yeo, M. MOM-LINC: Mechanisms, Outcomes, and Mobilization of maternally-

    Led Interventions for Newborn Care. CFI, Leaders Opportunity Fund. $312,679.

    Includes Institutional Funding Support & In-Kind Contributions: Dalhousie University

    Faculty of Health Professions ($10,000), Dalhousie School of Nursing ($5,000), Department

    of Pediatrics ($5,000), & Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine ($5,000)

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    2014-2017 Campbell-Yeo, M., Johnston C., Chambers, C., Vincer, M., Inlgis, D., Halperin, S., Pillai

    Riddell, R., Walker, C.D. Trial of Repeated Analgesia with Kangaroo Mother Care – 18

    Month Follow U (TRAKC-18). Establishment Grant. Nova Scotia Health Research

    Foundation $149,888.

    2014-2015 Campbell-Yeo, M. Inglis, D., Burgess, S., Hewitt, B., Bishop, T., Jangaard, K., Morrison,

    G., Sheppard, C., Disher, T., Promoting optimal noise levels in Pediatric and Neonatal

    Critical Care to Achieve Excellence in Neonatal Outcomes: Translating Research Into Care

    (TRIC) Phase 1 Grant $3000.

    2013 Campbell-Yeo, M. Chambers, CC., Taddio, A., Stinson, J., Harrison, D., Hewitt, B,

    Jangaard, K., Totten, A., Orr, T. “It doesn’t have to hurt: Mother’s role in reducing pain in

    preterm neonates and newborns during painful medical procedures” - a YouTube video for

    parents. Knowledge Sharing Support Award, Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation,

    $10,000.

    2013-2015 Campbell-Yeo, M. IWK Health Centre Establishment