Publications

  • Crockett LK, Leggett C, Curran JA, Knisley L, Brockman G, Scott SD, Hartling L, Jabbour M, Klassen TP. (2018). Knowledge sharing between general and pediatric emergency departments: connections, barriers and opportunities. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine.20:1-9
  • De Wit K, Curran JA, Thoma T, Dowling S, Lang E, Kuljic N, Perry J, Morrison L (2018) Review of implementation strategies to change health care provider behaviour in the Emergency Department. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 20:1-8
  • Stiell IG, Perry JJ, Brehaut J, Brown E, Curran JA, Emond M, Hohl C, Taljaard M, McRae A (2018) How to conduct implementation trials and Multicentre studies in the emergency department. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 20(3); 448-452.
  • Cassidy C**, Steenbeek A, Langille D, Martin-Misener R, Curran JA (2018) Sexual health service use among university students in Nova Scotia: A secondary analysis. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. 26:1-5
  • McRae A, Perry J, Brehaut J, Brown E, Curran J, Edmond H, Hohl C, Taljaard M, Stiell I (2018). Engaging emergency clincians in emergency department research. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 20(3): 443-447
  • Cassidy C**, Steenbeek A, Langille D, Martin-Misener R, Curran JA (2018) Barriers and enablers to sexual health service use among university students: a qualitative descriptive study using the Theoretical Domains Framework and COM-B model. BMC Health Services Research. 18(
  • Bishop A**, Curran JA, McKibbon S, Rose H. (2018). Strategies to communicate important patient health information between emergency and primary care settings: a scoping review protocol. Joanna Briggs Institute Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports. 16(6): 1317-1322.
  • Curran JA, Bishop A, Chorney J, MacEachern L, Mackay R. (2018). Partnering with parents to advance child health research. Healthcare Management Forum. 31:1-6
  • Curran JA, Vine J, Breneol S (2018) Improving transitions in care for children with complex care needs in Nova Scotia. Pediatrics and Child Health. 23(1):e30
  • Curran JA, Bishop A, Plint A (2018) Understanding discharge communication behaviours in pediatric emergency care. Pediatrics and Child Health 23(1):e8-9. Top Pediatric Emergency Medicine Abstract Award
  • Curran JA, Bishop A, Plint A, MacPhee S. (2018) Understanding discharge communication behaviours in a Pediatric Emergency Care Context: A Mixed Methods Study. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 20(S1):513
  • Stillwell P, Hayden J, Des Rosier P, Harman K, French S, Curran J, Hefford W. (2017). A Qualitative study of Doctors of Chiropractors in a Nova Scotian Practice-Based Research Network: Barriers and Facilitators to the Screening and management of psychosocial factors for patients with low back pain. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT). December 27: 1-15.
  • Gainer R, Curran JA, Buth K, David J, Legare J, Hirsch G.(2017). Toward optimal decision making among vulnerable patients referred for cardiac surgery: A qualitative analysis of patient and provider perspectives. Medical Decision Making. 37(5): 600-610.
  • Breneol S**, Belliveau J, Cassidy C, Curran JA. (2017). Strategies to support transitions from Hospital to Home for children with medical complexity: A scoping review. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 72: 91-104
  • Curran JA, Bishop A, Plint A, MacPhee S, Zemek R, Chorney J, Jabbour M, Porter S, Sawyer S.(2017). Understanding discharge communication behaviours in a paediatric emergency care context: a multimethod observation study protocol. BMC Health Services Research. 17(1): 276
  • Isenor J, Minard L, Stewart S, Curran J, Deal H, Rodrigues G, Sketris I. (2017). Identification of the relationship between barriers and facilitators of pharmacist prescribing and self-reported prescribing activity using the theoretical domains framework. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 14(8):784-791
  • Patey A, Curran JA, Sprague A, Francis J, Driegier M, Legare F, Lemyre L, Pomey M, Grimshaw JM. (2017). Intermittent auscultation versus continuous fetal monitoring: Exploring factors that influence Birthing Unit Nurses' fetal surveillance practice using theoretical domains framework. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 17(1): 320.
  • Piat M, Sofouli E, Sabetti J, Lambrou A, Chodos H, Briand C, Vachon B, Curran J. (2017). Protocol for a mixed studies systematic review on the implementation of the recovery approach in adult mental health services. BMJ Open. 7(8): 1-7.
  • MacWilliams M, Curran JA, Cloutier P, Racek J, Cappelli M. (2017). Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing the HEADS-ED: A Rapid Screening Tool for Pediatrics Patients in an Emergency Department. Pediatric Emergency Care. 33(12): 774-780.
  • Cassidy C**, Steenbeek A, Langille D, Martin-Meisner R, Curran JA. (2017). Development of a Behaviour Change Intervention to Improve Sexual Health Service Use among university undergraduate students: A mixed methods study protocol. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 6(11)
  • Curran JA, Taylor* A, Chorney J, Porter S, Murphy A, MacPhee S, Bishop A, Haworth R.(2017). Development and feasibility testing of the Pediatric Emergency Discharge Interaction Coding Scheme (PEDICS). Health Expectations. 4: 734-741.
  • McIsaac JL**, Hernandez K, Kirk S, Curran JA. (2016). Interventions to support system level implementation of Health Promoting Schools: A Scoping Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 13(2): 1-6.
  • Curran JA, Cassidy C, Chiasson D, MacPhee S. (2016). Patient and caregiver expectations of emergency department care: A scoping literature review. International Emergency Nursing. 5(August): 001.
  • Hong P, Maguire E, Gorodzinsky AY, Curran JA, Ritchie K, ChorneyJ. (2016). Shared Decision-Making in Pediatric Otolaryngology: Parent, Physician and Observational Perspectives. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 87: 39-43.
  • Macdonald M, Martin-Misener R, Helwig M, Smith LJ, Godfrey CM, Curran J, Murphy A. (2016). Experiences of adults with cystic fibrosis in adhering to medication regimens: A qualitative systematic review. Joanna Briggs Institute Database. 14(5): 258-285
  • Curran JA, Murphy, A; Burns, E; Plint, A; Taljaard, M; MacPhee, S; Fitzpatrick, E; Bishop, A; Chorney, J; Bourque, M. (2016). Essential content for discharge instructions in pediatric emergency care: a Delphi study. Pediatric Emergency Care. 29: 1-8