Sharon has been with the IWK Health since 2010, previously working with pediatric pain research groups. Sharon completed a Masters in Development Economics from Dalhousie University where her interest was in applied microeconomics, specifically how information affects economic decisions. She is currently completing a Masters in Education from Mount Saint Vincent University. Sharon is very excited to apply her skills in project management and her background in decision-making to the STIPC lab.
Noelle graduated from Western University with a BHSc (2012) followed by a BScN (2014), and completed her MScN (2019) at Dalhousie University. She has spent her nursing career in the emergency department and has previously worked in Ontario, British Columbia, and Labrador. She is currently a staff nurse at the QEII emergency department in Halifax and clinical/sim instructor at Dalhousie University. Noelle is excited to apply these experiences to her role as a research coordinator on the "Patient Managed Discharge Communication Tool" project.
Daniel is a fourth year Medical Science student at Dalhousie University. He completed his BFA in Film at NSCAD University in 2015.
Holly graduated from Acadia University with a BHSc in Biology and Chemistry (2016), followed by a MASc in Biomedical Engineering (2019) at the University of Ottawa. She is currently working part-time for both Dr. Curran and Dr. Campbell-Yeo to apply and expand on her research skills.
Parent Research Assistant
As a mother to three children who have used the emergency department, Rebecca brings an invaluable perspective to the research team. Rebecca is currently a Research Assistant working on the Youth and Parent Engagement Scoping Review and development of a patient and family engagement strategy for the IWK Health Centre.
Catie recently graduated from Dalhousie University with a BSc in Biology. She is currently working with the STIPC lab after receiving the IWK Summer Studentship award. Catie’s research interests are in pediatrics and speech disorders. In the fall, she will be attending Western University for a Master of Speech Sciences, and she plans to pursue a career in speech pathology. She is very excited to be working on several studies within the STIPC lab and looks forward to being with the lab for the summer.