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Dr. Margot Latimer’s Publications

 

Articles

Benoit B., Martin-Misener R., Newman A., Latimer M., & Campbell-Yeo M. Neurophysiological assessment of acute pain in infants: A scoping review of research methods. Submitted to Acta Paediatrica: Nurturing the Child September, 2016 [Accepted for publication March 2017, in press].

Latimer M., Jackson P., Eugene F., MacLeod E., Hatfield T., Vachon-Presseau E., Michon P., & Prkachin K. Empathy in pediatric intensive care nurses part 1: Behavioral and psychological correlates. Submitted to Journal of Advanced Nursing January 2017 [Accepted for publication May 2017, in press].

Jackson P., Latimer M., Eugene F., MacLeod E., Hatfield T., Vachon-Presseau E., Michon P., & Prkachin K. Empathy in pediatric intensive care nurses part 2: Neural correlates. Submitted to Journal of Advanced Nursing January 2017 [Accepted for publication May 2012, in press].

Benoit B., Campbell-Yeo M., Martin-Misener R., & Latimer M. (2017). Breastfeeding analgesia in infants: An update on the current state of evidence. Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 31(2): 145-159.

Disher T., Latimer M., & Campbell-Yeo M. Recognizing, protecting and promoting resilience narratives: The role of the advanced practice nurse. Submitted to Journal of Pediatric Nursing June, 2016.

Min, H., Vincent, C., Matthews, A., McCreary, L., Park, C., & Latimer, M. Factors affecting Korean infant pain care: Translation and validation of three instruments. Submitted to Western Journal of Nursing Research July 12, 2016 [Accepted for publication December. 2016, in press].

Stevens, B. & the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (Latimer, M. & others). Sustainability of pediatric pain outcomes following a knowledge translation booster intervention. Submitted to Pediatrics January, 2016 [Accepted for Publication Dec. 2016, in press].

Stevens, B.J., Yamada, J., Promislow, S., Barwick, M., Pinard, M., & the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (Latimer, M. & others). (2016). Pain assessment and management after a knowledge translation booster intervention. Pediatrics, 138(4): 1-12.

Stevens, B.J., Yamada, J., Promislow, S., Stinson, J., Harrison, D., Victor, J.C., On Behalf of Members of the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (Latimer, M. & others). (2014). Implementation of multidimensional knowledge translation strategies to improve procedural pain in hospitalized children. Implementation Science, 9(120), doi:10.1186/s13012-014-0120-1

Latimer, M., Finley, G. A., Rudderham, S., Inglis, S., Francis, J., Young, S., & Hutt-MacLeod, D. (2014). “Expression of pain in Mi’kmaq children from one Atlantic Canadian community: A qualitative study” Canadian Medical Association Journal Open, 2(3): E133-E138.

Latimer, M., Simandl, D., Finley, A., Rudderham, S., Harman, K., Young, S., MacLeod, E., Hutt-MacLeod, D., & Francis, J. (2014). “Understanding the impact of the pain experience on Aboriginal children’s wellbeing: Viewing through a Two-Eyed Seeing lens”. First Peoples Child and Family Review, 9(1): 22-37.

Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Fernandez, C.V., Forgeron, P.A., Latimer, M., McGrath, P.J., Cummings, E.A., & Finley, G.A. (2014). “Hospitalized children continue to report undertreated and preventable pain”. Pain Research and Management, 19(4): 198-204.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Johnston, C., Benoit, B., Latimer, M., Vincer, M., Inglis,D. (2013). “Trial of Repeated Analgesia with Kangaroo Mother Care”, BMC Pediatrics, 9(13): 182.

Twycross, A., Finley, A., Latimer, M. (2013). “Pediatric Nurses Post-operative Pain Management Practices.” Journal for Specialist in Pediatric Nursing , 18(3): 189-201.

Latimer, M.,Young, S., Dell, C., & Finley, G.F.(2012).Aboriginal children and physical pain: What do we know?” Journal of Aboriginal Health, 9(3): 26-36.

Coll, M.P., Grégoire, M., Latimer, M., Eugène, F., & Jackson, P.L. (2011). “Perception of pain in others: Implications for caregivers.” Pain Management, 1(3): 257–265.

Latimer, M., Jackson, P., Johnston, C.C., Vine, J. (2011). “Examining nurse empathy for infant procedural pain: Testing a new video measure” Pain Research & Management, 16(4): 228-233.

Latimer, M., Johnston, C.C., Ritchie, J.A. Clarke, S.A. & Gilin, D. (2009) Factors Influencing Delivery of Procedural Pain Care in Hospitalized Neonates, Journal of Obstetric, Gynaecological and Neonatal Nursing 38(2) 182-194. (* Nominated as 1 of 6 JOGNN 2009 Editor Choice Awards)

Bettle, A., & Latimer, M. (2009) Maternal Coping and Adaptation: A Case Study Examination of Chronic Sorrow in Caring for an Adolescent with a Progressive Neurodegenerative Disease. Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 31(4):15-21.

Latimer, M., Ritchie, J.R., & Johnston, C.C. (2009) Individual Nurse and Organizational Context Considerations for Better Knowledge Use in Pain Care, Journal of Pediatric Nursing, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 8 August 2009.

Campbell-Yeo, M., Latimer, M., Johnston, C. (2007) The Empathetic Response of Nurses Who Treat Pain: A Concept Analysis, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 61(6) 711-9.

Edgar, L., Herbert, R., Macdonald, J., Dubois, S. Lambert. S. & Latimer, M. (2006) The joint venture model of knowledge utilization: A guide for change in nursing, Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership. 19(2):41-55.

MacDonald, K. & Latimer, M., Drisdelle, N. (2006).Determining the impact of a surgical liaison nurse role in the pediatric operating room. The Journal of the Canadian Operating Room Nurse (1):7-8, 10-1, 13-4.

Latimer, M. (2003) Research While You Work. Canadian Nurse 99(7), 23-25.

 

Book Chapters

Collective
Johnston, CJ., Aita, M., Duhn, LJ., MacNaughton, K., Campbell-Yeo, M., Latimer, M. “The social and environmental context in which pain is experienced in neonates” in Anand (2007): Pain in Neonates and Infants: Pain, Research and Clinical Management 3Edition, Philadelphia, Elsevier.

Johnston, Campbell-Yeo, Latimer, M., & Stenekes, C. Neonatal Pain Chapter in Chambers, C., Finley, A., McGrath, P, (2008) Pediatric Pain: A Clinical Casebook, Philadelphia, Elsevier Publishing

 

Presentations

Latimer, M., Rudderham S., & Sylliboy J. ACHH Initiative. International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health. Denver, CO. April 2017.

Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. Understanding Aboriginal Children’s Expression of Pain: Generating Knowledge to Reduce the Hurt. Dr. Nadine Caron, First Female Indigenous Surgeon in Canada. Halifax, NS. March 2017.

Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. Creating a Space for Recognizing & Managing the Pain & Hurt of Aboriginal Children. SickKids Conquering the Hurt Conference Pain Connections: Body, Mind & Spirit. Toronto, ON. November 2016.

Snow, S. L., Smith, I. M., Latimer, M., & Chorney, J. Building BALANCE: Working together to enhance healthcare providers’ ability to deliver family-centered care to children with autism spectrum disorder around the time of surgery. Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) Annual Conference. Halifax, NS. October 2016.

Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. Culture & Context: Caring for Aboriginal Children.  Canadian Associations of Paediatric Health Centres Webinar.  June 2016.

Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. Truth and Reconciliation in Action: The Health of Canada’s First Nations, Metis and Inuit Children. Halifax Central Library, Halifax, NS.  May 2016.

Latimer, M. & Rudderham, S. Considering Culture & Context: Aboriginal Children’s Pain. Nation 2 Nations Speaker Series. Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS.  February 2016.

Latimer, M. & Hatfield, T. Aboriginal Children’s Hurt and Healing Initiative. IWK Global Health Fair, Halifax, NS.  January 2016.

Latimer, M. & Francis, J. Aboriginal Children’s Hurt & Healing Initiative: Culture & Context. Unama’ki College Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS. January 2016.

Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. Aboriginal Youth’s Health in Terms of Pain-Related Conditions and Educational Success. Atlantic Association for Teachers of Young Adolescents Conference, Milford, NS. November 2015.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K. Understanding the Context and Culture and How it Relates to Pain Expression in Aboriginal Children.  International Forum on Pediatric Pain, White Point Beach, NS. October 2015.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K. Considering Culture and Context to Understand Pain and Hurt in Aboriginal Children. International Forum on Pediatric Pain. White Point Beach, NS. October 2015.

Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. Two-Eyed Seeing Knowledge to Better Assess and Manage Aboriginal Children’s Pain and Hurt.  Atlantic First Nations Annual Health Conference. Moncton, NB. October 2015.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K.  Conducting Research with Aboriginal People: Consider Ethics and Context.  CIHR Pain in Child Health Strategic Training Conference. White Point Beach, NS.  October 2015.

Latimer, M. & Jackson, P. Understanding the Role of Caregiver Empathy in Cerebral and Behavioural Pain Response: from Bench to Bedside.  International Association for the Study of Pain.  Seattle, WA. June 2015.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K. Aboriginal Children’s Hurt & Healing Initiative. 36th Canadian Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Charlottetown, PEI. June 2015.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K. Cultural Variability in Pain: Identifying Effective Pain Assessment Management Strategies. Canadian Pain Society 36th Annual Scientific Meeting, Charlottetown, PEI. June 2015.

Latimer, M., Rudderham, S., Finley, A., Harman, K., Paul, K., Hutt-MacLeod, D., & Dutcher, L.  Culture Clash: Aboriginal People’s Experiences Seeking Pain Care. Canadian Pain Society Scientific Conference. Charlottetown, PEI. May 2015.

Latimer, M. & Rudderham, S. Understanding Aboriginal Children’s Pain from a Two-Eyed- Seeing Perspective. 6th International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health, Ottawa, ON. March, 2015.

Latimer, M. Aboriginal Children’s Hurt and Healing Initiative. Dalhousie University Research in Medicine Series. Halifax, NS. December 2014.

Latimer, M. & Francis, J. Understanding Aboriginal Children’s Pain from a Two-Eyed Seeing Perspective. Unama’ki College Cape Breton University. Sydney, NS. November 2014.

Latimer, M. Innovations in Paediatric Nursing Care: Making a Difference. Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Webinar. September 2014.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K.  Pain Care for Aboriginal Peoples: Linking Reality, Research and Education. Dalhousie University Research in Medicine Series. Halifax, NS. November 2013.

 Latimer, M. Cultural & Historical Considerations in Pain Care for Aboriginal Peoples. Dalhousie University School of Nursing Scholars Series. Halifax, NS. October 2013.

Latimer, M. & Paul, K. Cultural & Historical Considerations in Pain Care for Aboriginal Peoples: Linking Reality, Research and Education. Canadian Pain Society Annual Conference, Bridging the Gap. Winnipeg, MB. May 2013.

Latimer, M. Aboriginal Children and Pain Expression. Dalhousie University Youth in Challenging Contexts Funder Presentation. Halifax, NS. January 2013.

Latimer, M. From Path to Passion: Caregiver Implications. Dalhousie University School of Nursing Scholars Series. Halifax, NS. November 2012.

Latimer, M., Francis, J., Harman, K. & Young, S. Cultural Considerations Related to Pain Care in Aboriginal People.  Atlantic Provinces Inter-Professional Pain Conference.  Halifax, NS.  September 2012.