Recent Submissions

  • The ethics of Canadian entry-to-practice pain competencies: How are we doing? 

    Watt-Watson, Judy, Elizabeth Peter, A. John Clark, Anne Dewar, et al. 2013. "The ethics of Canadian entry-to-practice pain competencies: How are we doing?." Pain Research & Management 18(1): 25-32.
    BACKGROUND: Although unrelieved pain continues to represent a significant problem, prelicensure educational programs tend to include little content related to pain. Standards for professional competence strongly influence ...
  • Co-bedding as a comfort measure for twins undergoing painful procedures 

    Campbell-Yeo, ML, C. C. Johnston, K. S. Joseph, N. L. Feeley, et al. 2010. "Co-bedding as a comfort measure for twins undergoing painful procedures." Neonatal Intensive Care 23(3): 36-44.
    Background Co-bedding, a developmental care strategy, is the practice of caring for diaper clad twins in one incubator (versus separating and caring for each infant in separate incubators), thus creating the opportunity ...
  • Procedural pain management for neonates using nonpharmacological strategies: part 2: mother-driven interventions 

    Campbell-Yeo, M., A. Fernandes, and C. Johnston. 2011. "Procedural pain management for neonates using nonpharmacological strategies: part 2: mother-driven interventions." Advances in neonatal care : official journal of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses 11(5): 312-8; quiz pg 319-20.
    This is the second of a 2-part series to provide an overview of our current level of knowledge related to nonpharmacological strategies to diminish the pain associated with commonly performed procedures in the NICU. In ...
  • Co-bedding decreases time to recovery but does not diminish pain reactivity following heel lance in preterm twins (NCT00917631) 

    Campbell-Yeo, M., C. Johnston, K. S. Joseph, N. Feeley, et al. 2012. "Co-bedding decreases time to recovery but does not diminish pain reactivity following heel lance in preterm twins (NCT00917631)." Pain Research and Management 17(3): 207.
    AIM: Maternal skin-to-skin contact during a tissue breaking procedure decreases pain reactivity and improved physiologic recovery in neonates. Whether this effect is from sensory memories of the mother from before birth ...
  • Effect of domperidone on the composition of preterm human breast milk 

    Campbell-Yeo, M. L., A. C. Allen, K. S. Joseph, J. M. Ledwidge, et al. 2010. "Effect of domperidone on the composition of preterm human breast milk." Pediatrics 125(1): 107-14.
    OBJECTIVE: Domperidone is increasingly prescribed to improve breast milk volume despite a lack of evidence regarding its effects on breast milk composition. We examined the effect of domperidone on the nutrient composition ...
  • Kangaroo care: How fathers and mothers feel about it as an intervention to manage pain in their preterm infants 

    Campbell-Yeo, M., C. Johnston, F. Filion, A. -M Nuyt, et al. 2011. "Kangaroo care: How fathers and mothers feel about it as an intervention to manage pain in their preterm infants." Pain Research and Management 15(2): 93.
    AIM: Maternal skin-to-skin or kangaroo care (KC) has been consistently shown to diminish procedural pain and improve physiological recovery in preterm infants. To date, studies examining Kangaroo Care (KC) as an intervention ...
  • Controlling bias in complex nursing intervention studies: a checklist 

    Campbell-Yeo, M., M. Ranger, C. Johnston, and D. Fergusson. 2009. "Controlling bias in complex nursing intervention studies: a checklist." The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres 41(4): 32-50.
    Bias is defined as any systematic error resulting in an inaccurate estimate of the outcome of a study. In studies of complex nursing interventions, bias is particularly difficult to control because of issues related to ...
  • Study protocol: A double blind placebo controlled trial examining the effect of domperidone on the composition of breast milk [NCT00308334] 

    Campbell-Yeo, M. L., A. C. Allen, K. S. Joseph, J. M. Ledwidge, et al. 2006. "Study protocol: A double blind placebo controlled trial examining the effect of domperidone on the composition of breast milk [NCT00308334]." BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 6.
    No abstract available.
  • Unique roles complementary... "Role delineation: clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner?"... (May) 

    King, C. C., S. Roschkov, A. Arra, B. F. Broom, et al. 2004. "Unique roles complementary... "Role delineation: clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner?"... (May)." Canadian Nurse 100(7): 4-5.
    No abstract available.
  • Mothers' experiences of a Touch and Talk nursing intervention to optimise pain management in the PICU: a qualitative descriptive study 

    Rennick, J. E., S. Lambert, J. Childerhose, M. Campbell-Yeo, et al. 2011. "Mothers' experiences of a Touch and Talk nursing intervention to optimise pain management in the PICU: a qualitative descriptive study." Intensive & critical care nursing : the official journal of the British Association of Critical Care Nurses 27(3): 151-157.
    No abstract available.
  • Temperament and pain response: a review of the literature 

    Ranger, M., and M. Campbell-Yeo. 2008. "Temperament and pain response: a review of the literature." Pain management nursing : official journal of the American Society of Pain Management Nurses 9(1): 2-9.
    Pain is a subjective and uniquely lived experience. Because reactions to pain vary so widely from one person to another, and better pain management remains a major issue in our attempt to resolve pain and suffering of ...
  • Nonpharmacological Management of Pain During Common Needle Puncture Procedures in Infants. Current Research Evidence and Practical Considerations 

    McNair, C., M. Campbell Yeo, C. Johnston, and A. Taddio. 2013. "Nonpharmacological Management of Pain During Common Needle Puncture Procedures in Infants. Current Research Evidence and Practical Considerations." Clinics in perinatology.
    No abstract available.
  • Pain in neonates is different 

    Johnston, C. Celeste, Ananda M. Fernandes, and Marsha Campbell-Yeo. 2011. "Pain in neonates is different." Pain 152(3): 65-S73.
    No abstract available.
  • Enhancing breast milk production with Domperidone in mothers of preterm neonates (EMPOWER trial) 

    Asztalos, Elizabeth V., Marsha Campbell-Yeo, Orlando P. Dasilva, Alex Kiss, et al. 2012. "Enhancing breast milk production with Domperidone in mothers of preterm neonates (EMPOWER trial)." Bmc Pregnancy and Childbirth 12: 87-87.
    Background: The use of mother's own breast milk during initial hospitalization has a positive impact not only in reducing potential serious neonatal morbidities but also contribute to improvements in neurodevelopmental ...
  • Kangaroo mother care diminishes pain from heel lance in very preterm neonates: a crossover trial. 

    Johnston, C. C., F. Filion, M. Campbell-Yeo, C. Goulet, et al. 2008. "Kangaroo mother care diminishes pain from heel lance in very preterm neonates: a crossover trial.." BMC pediatrics 8: 13.
    BACKGROUND: Skin-to-skin contact, or kangaroo mother care (KMC) has been shown to be efficacious in diminishing pain response to heel lance in full term and moderately preterm neonates. The purpose of this study was to ...
  • Paternal vs maternal kangaroo care for procedural pain in preterm neonates: a randomized crossover trial 

    Johnston, C. C., M. Campbell-Yeo, and F. Filion. 2011. "Paternal vs maternal kangaroo care for procedural pain in preterm neonates: a randomized crossover trial." Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 165(9): 792-796.
    OBJECTIVE: To test paternal vs maternal kangaroo care (KC) to reduce pain from heel lance. DESIGN: Randomized crossover design. SETTING: Three university-affiliated level III neonatal intensive care units. PATIENTS: ...
  • Therapeutic touch is not therapeutic for procedural pain in very preterm neonates: a randomized trial 

    Johnston, C., M. Campbell-Yeo, B. Rich, J. Whitley, et al. 2013. "Therapeutic touch is not therapeutic for procedural pain in very preterm neonates: a randomized trial." The Clinical journal of pain 29(9): 824-829.
    BACKGROUND: Preterm neonates below 30 weeks' gestational age undergo numerous painful procedures. Many management approaches are not appropriate for this population. Therapeutic Touch, an alternative approach based on ...
  • Enhanced kangaroo mother care for heel lance in preterm neonates: a crossover trial 

    Johnston, C. C., F. Filion, M. Campbell-Yeo, C. Goulet, et al. 2009. "Enhanced kangaroo mother care for heel lance in preterm neonates: a crossover trial." Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association 29(1): 51-56.
    OBJECTIVE: To test if enhancing maternal skin-to-skin contact, or kangaroo mother care (KMC) by adding rocking, singing and sucking is more efficacious than simple KMC for procedural pain in preterm neonates. STUDY DESIGN: ...
  • Alternative female kangaroo care for procedural pain in preterm neonates: a pilot study 

    Johnston, C., J. Byron, F. Filion, M. Campbell-Yeo, et al. 2012. "Alternative female kangaroo care for procedural pain in preterm neonates: a pilot study." Acta Paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992) 101(11): 1147-1150.
    AIM: To determine the feasibility and effect size of kangaroo care (KC) for pain from heel lance in preterm neonates provided by either the infant's mother (MKC) or an unrelated alternate female (AFKC). METHODS: Using a ...
  • Co-bedding twins: how pilot study findings guided improvements in planning a larger multicenter trial 

    Hayward, K., M. Campbell-Yeo, S. Price, D. Morrison, et al. 2007. "Co-bedding twins: how pilot study findings guided improvements in planning a larger multicenter trial." Nursing research 56(2): 137-143.
    BACKGROUND: Co-bedding, a developmental care practice for twins and multiples, has been theorized as a strategy to decrease the adverse neurodevelopmental effects that may be associated with hospitalization. OBJECTIVE: ...

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