Publications

  • Ozog, N, Steenbeek, A, Curran, J, Kelly, N, Campbell S. (2020). Attitudes Toward Influenza Vaccination Administration in the Emergency Department Among Patients: A Cross-Sectional Survey. J Emerg Nurs. doi: 10.1016/j.jen.2020.05.017.
  • Breneol S, King S, Best S, McKibbon S, Curran JA. (2019). Respite Care for Children and Youth with Complex Care Needs and their Families: A Scoping Review Protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports. 17(7): 1297-1304.
  • Bialy L, Plint A, Freedman S, Johnson D, Curran JA, Stang A (2018) Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC): patient/family-informed research priorities for pediatric emergency medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine Journal. 25:1-6
  • Osmond M, Klassen T., Wells G., Davidson J, Carrell R, Boutis K, Joubert G., Gouin S., Hangura S.,Belanger F., Silver N., Taylor B., Curran JA, Stiell I. (2018). Validation and refinement of a clinical decisionrule for the use of computed tomography in children with minor head injury in the emergency department. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 190(27): 816-822
  • Murphy AL, Curran JA, Newton AS, Emberly D, McRae C, MacPhee S. (2018). A scoping review of emergency department discharge instructions for children and adolescents with mental disorders. Pediatric Emergency Care. 34(10): 711-722.
  • Breneol** S, Hatty A, Bishop A, Curran JA. (2018). Nurse-led discharge in pediatric care: A scoping review. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 38:1-8
  • 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. January, 1-5
  • 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