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Franco Carnevale's Publications

PUBLICATIONS

a) Articles in peer reviewed journals

‘*’ indicates first author is/was my graduate student

‘**’ indicates invited paper

 
Carnevale, F.A. & Weinstock, D. (2011). Questions in Contemporary Medicine & The Philosophy of Charles Taylor: An Introduction. Journal of Medicine & Philosophy, 36, 329-334.
 
Taylor, C., Carnevale, F.A. & Weinstock, D. (2011). Toward a Hermeneutical Conception of Medicine: A conversation with Charles Taylor. Journal of Medicine & Philosophy, 36, 436-445.
 
Carnevale, F.A., Benedetti, M., Bonaldi, A., Bravi, E., Trabucco, G., & Biban, P. (2011). Understanding the private worlds of physicians, nurses, and parents: A study of life-sustaining treatment decisions in Italian pediatric critical care. Journal of Child Health Care, 15(4), 334–349.
 
*Hunt, M.R. & Carnevale, F.A. (2011). Moral experience: a framework for bioethics research. Journal of Medical Ethics, 37, 658-662.
 
Merry, L., Clausen, C., Gagnon, A.J., Carnevale, F.A., Jeannotte, J., Saucier, J-F., Oxman-Martinez, J. (2011). Improving qualitative interviews with newly arrived migrant women. Qualitative Health Research, 21(7), 976-986.
 
*Sherman, J., Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., & Vignola, S. (2011). The development and implementation of a Type 2 diabetes prevention program for youth in Algonquin community of Rapid Lake, Quebec. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 9(1), 219-244.
 
*Strohschein, F.J., Bergman, H., Carnevale, F.A., & Loiselle, C.G. (2011). Concept Analysis of Patient Decision Making Among Older Individuals with Cancer. Qualitative Health Research, 21(7), 900-926.
 
*Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Ezer, H., Carnevale, F.A., Ducharme, F. (2011). Striving to respond to palliative cancer patient`s pain at home: a puzzle for family caregivers. Oncology Nursing Forum, 1(38), E37-45.
 
Invited Book Chapters
 
Carnevale, F.A. (2011). La ética de la enfermería y la seguridad del paciente: el reconocimiento delos enfermeros como agentes morales. In Mavilde da Luz Gonçalves Pedreira & Maria de Jesus Castro Sousa Harada (eds.), Enfermería a diario: la seguridad del paciente. Sao Paulo, Brazil: Yendis Editora Ltda. 61-68.
 
Carnevale, F.A. & Chevrier, A. (2011). Key issues in critical care nursing. In J-L. Vincent, E. Abraham, F.A. Moore, P.M. Kochanek & M.P. Fink, (eds.), Textbook of critical care (6th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier. 1622- 1626.

 

Submitted Papers

Carnevale, F.A., Benedetti, M., Bonaldi, A., Bravi, E., Trabucco, G., & Biban, P. (submitted). Understanding the private worlds of physicians, nurses, and parents: A study of life-sustaining treatment decisions in Italian pediatric critical care. Journal of Child Health Care.

Carnevale, F.A., Farrell, C., Cremer, R., Canoui, P., Séguret, S., Gaudreault, J., de Bérail, B., Lacroix, J., Leclerc, F., & Hubert, P. (submitted). Struggling to do what is right for the child: Pediatric Life-Support Decisions among Physicians and Nurses in France and Quebec. Journal of Child Health Care.

*Gaudreault, J. & Carnevale, F.A. (submitted). Should I stay or should I go? Parental struggles when witnessing resuscitative measures on another child in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

 

Published/In Press Papers

(In press) Theme issue Journal of Medicine & Philosophy.

Guest Editor (with Daniel Weinstock): Questions in Contemporary Medicine & The Philosophy of Charles Taylor.

Also contributed to the following papers:

  • Questions in Contemporary Medicine & The Philosophy of Charles Taylor: An Introduction (Franco Carnevale & Daniel Weinstock)
  • Toward a Hermeneutical Conception of Medicine: A conversation with Charles Taylor (Charles Taylor - Interviewers Franco Carnevale & Daniel Weinstock)
  1. Carnevale, F.A. & Weinstock, D. (in press). Questions in Contemporary Medicine & The Philosophy of Charles Taylor: An Introduction. Journal of Medicine & Philosophy. (Carnevale: principal author).
  2. *Hunt, M.R. & Carnevale, F.A. (in press). Moral experience: a framework for bioethics research. Journal of Medical Ethics. (Carnevale: Senior theoretical advisor and contributor).
  3. Merry, L., Clausen, C., Gagnon, A.J., Carnevale, F.A., Jeannotte, J., Saucier, J-F., Oxman-Martinez, J. (in press). Improving qualitative interviews with newly arrived migrant women. Qualitative Health Research. (Carnevale: Senior methodological advisor).
  4. *Strohschein, F.J., Bergman, H., Carnevale, F.A., & Loiselle, C.G. (in press). Concept Analysis of Patient Decision Making Among Older Individuals with Cancer. Qualitative Health Research. (Carnevale: contributed equally to the theoretical development of the paper).
  5. *Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Ezer, H., Carnevale, F.A., Ducharme, F. (2011). Striving to respond to palliative cancer patient`s pain at home: a puzzle for family caregivers. Oncology Nursing Forum, 1(38), E37-45. (Carnevale: Senior methodological advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author).
  6. *Lang, C., Macdonald, M.E, Carnevale, F.A., Lévesque, M.J., & Decoursay, A. (2010). Kadiminekak Kiwabigonem: Barriers and Facilitators to Fostering Community Involvement in a Prenatal Program in an Algonquin Community. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 8(1), 55-81. (Carnevale: co-supervised study design and manuscript preparation).
  7. *Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Carnevale, F.A., Ezer, H., & Ducharme, F. (2010). Strategizing a game plan: Family caregivers of palliative cancer patients at home engage in the process of pain management. Cancer Nursing, 33(6), 461-469. (Carnevale: Senior methodological advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author).
  8. *Mehta, A., Cohen, R., Carnevale, F.A., Ezer, H., & Ducharme, F. (2010). Family caregivers of palliative cancer patient`s pain at home: The puzzle of pain management. Journal of Palliative Care, 26(2), 78-87. (Carnevale: Senior methodological advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author).
  9. Prsa, M., Holly, C.D., Carnevale, F.A., Justino, H., & Rohlicek, C.V. (2010).  Attitudes and practices of North American pediatric cardiologists and cardiac surgeons in the management of hypoplastic left heart syndrome: a survey-based study. Pediatrics, 125(3), e625-e630. (Carnevale: Senior methodological advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation).
  10. Oriot, D. & Carnevale, F.A. (2010). Problèmes posés par l`arrêt de nutrition et d`hydratation chez l`enfant en soins palliatifs. Médecine Palliative, 9, 26-31. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to analysis and manuscript preparation).
  11. *Murray, L., Reidy, M., & Carnevale, F.A. (2010). Stakeholders` conceptualizations of the nurse practitioner role in the pediatric emergency department. Nursing Leadership, 22(4), 88-100. (Carnevale: Senior methodological advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author).
  12. Gagnon, A.J., Carnevale, F.A., Saucier, J-F, Clausen, C., Jeannotte, J., & Oxman-Martinez, J. (2010). Do referrals work? Responses of childbearing newcomers to referrals for care. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 12, 559-568. (Carnevale: Directed qualitative study design; contributed equally to data analysis and manuscript preparation).
  13. Carnevale, F.A., Vissandjée, B., Nyland, A., & Vinet-Bonin, A. (2009). Ethical Considerations in Cross-Linguistic Nursing Care. Nursing Ethics, 16(6), 813-86. (Carnevale directed analysis and manuscript preparation).
  14. Carnevale, F.A. (2009). A Conceptual and Moral Analysis of Suffering. Nursing Ethics, 16(2), 174-183.
  15. Shrier, I., Boivin, J-F., Platt, R.W., Steele, R.J., Brophy, J., Carnevale, F.A., Eisenberg, M.J., Furlan, A., Kakuma, R., Macdonald, M.E., Pilote, L., & Rossignol, M. (2008). The interpretation of meta-analyses: an objective or subjective process? BioMed Central Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 8:19.  (Carnevale: Equal contributor to analysis and manuscript preparation).
  16. Towers, A., Carnevale, F.A., & Baker, M.E. (2008). The psychosocial effects of cancer-related lymphedema. Journal of Palliative Care, 24(3), 134-143. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to study design, and data analysis; methodological/theoretical advisor).
  17. Carnevale, F.A., Rehm, R.S., Kirk, S., McKeever, P. (2008). What we know (and do not know) about raising children with complex continuing care needs. Journal of Child Health Care, 12(1), 4-6. (Carnevale directed analysis and manuscript preparation).
  18. Carnevale, F.A., Macdonald, M.E., Bluebond-Langner, M., & McKeever, P. (2008). Using Participant Observation in Pediatric Health Care Settings: Intellectual Demands and Ethical Solutions. Journal of Child Health Care, 12(1), 18-32. (Carnevale directed ethical norms analysis and manuscript preparation).
  19. Macdonald, M.E. & Carnevale, F.A. (2008). Qualitative Health Research and the “Illumination Test”: Answering the “So What?” with Qualitative Inquiry. Journal of Academic Ethics, 6, 1-5. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to analysis and manuscript preparation).
  20. *St-Laurent, T., Carnevale, F.A., & Duval, M. (2008). Pediatric palliative care: A qualitative study of physicians’ perspectives in a tertiary care university hospital. Journal of Palliative Care, 24(1), 26-30. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author).
  21. Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Carnevale, F.A., & Cohen, S.R. (2008). Signs of Life and Signs of Death: Brain Death and other Mixed Messages at the End-Of-Life. Journal of Child Health Care, 12(2), 93-106. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; methodological/theoretical advisor)
  22. Carnevale, F.A. (2007). The birth of tragedy in pediatrics. A phronetic conception of bioethics. Nursing Ethics, 14(5), 571-582.
  23. Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., Razack, S. (2007). Understanding What Residents Want and What Residents Need: The Challenge of Cultural Training in Pediatrics. Medical Teacher, 29(5), 464-471. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; methodological/theoretical advisor)
  24. Carnevale, F.A., Canoui, P., Cremer, R., Farrell, C., Doussau, A., Seguin, M-J., Hubert, P., Leclerc, F., & Lacroix, J. (2007). Parental involvement in treatment decisions regarding their critically ill child: A comparative study of France and Quebec. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 8(4), 337-342. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; editorial was published in response to article)
  25. Carnevale, F.A. & Bibeau, G. (2007). Determining which child will live or die in France: The doctor as the societal moral authority? Anthropology & Medicine, 14(2), 125-137. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation)
  26. Carnevale, F.A. (2007). Revisiting Goffman’s stigma: Families with children requiring mechanical ventilation at home. Journal of Child Health Care, 11(1), 7-18.
  27. Carnevale, F.A., Farrell, C., Canoui, P., Cremer, R., Seguin, M.-J., Leclerc, F., Hubert, P., & Lacroix, J. (2007). Études comparatives, en France et au Québec, de la place des parents lors des décisions de limitations des traitements en réanimation pédiatrique. Médecine Palliative, 6, 78-79. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation)
  28. Cranley Glass, K. & Carnevale, F.A. (2006). Decisional Challenges for Children Requiring Assisted Ventilation at Home. HEC Forum, 18, 207-221. (Carnevale: Contributed to analysis and manuscript preparation)
  29. *Earle, R, Rennick, J.E., & Carnevale, F.A., Davis, M. (2006). “It’s ok. It helps me to breathe: The experience of long-term technology dependence from a child’s perspective. Journal of Child Health Care, 10(4), 270-282. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author)
  30. Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J.E., & Troini, R. (2006). Daily living with distress and enrichment: The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home. Pediatrics, 117(1), e48-60. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation)
  31. Carnevale, F.A., Canoui, P., Hubert, P., Farrell, C., Leclerc, F., Doussau, A., Seguin, M.J., & Lacroix, J. (2006). The moral experience of parents regarding life-support decisions for their critically ill child: A preliminary study in France. Journal of Child Health Care, 10, 69-82. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation)
  32. Carnevale, F.A., Troini, R., Rennick, J., Davis, M., & Alexander, E. (2005). To keep alive or let die Parental Experiences with Ventilatory Decisions for their Critically Ill Children. Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 6(2), 12-15. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation)
  33. Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Carnevale, F.A., Rennick, J.E., Wolf, S.L., Meloche, D., & Cohen, S.R. (2005). Parental perspectives on hospital staff acts of kindness and commemoration after a child’s death. Pediatrics, 116, 884-890. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; methodological/theoretical advisor)
  34. *Chambers-Evans, J. & Carnevale, F.A. (2005). Dawning of awareness: The experience of surrogate decision-making at the end of life. Journal of Clinical Ethics, 16(1), 28.45. (Carnevale: Student mentor; methodological/theoretical advisor)
  35. Carnevale, F.A. (2005). The palliation of dying: A Heideggerian analysis of the “technologization” of death. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 5(1), 1-12.
  36. Carnevale, F.A. (2005). Ethical care of the critically ill child: A conception of a ‘thick’ bioethics. Nursing Ethics, 12(3), 239-252.
  37. Ducharme, C., Carnevale, F.A., Clermont, M.S., & Shea, S. (2005). A prospective study of adverse reactions to the weaning of opioids and benzodiazepines among critically ill children. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 21, 179-186. (Carnevale: Principal author and mentor for 3 bedside nurse co-authors)
  38. Carnevale, F.A. (2004). The story of Margaret and her family: Forced choices, obligations and hope. Pediatric Nursing, 30(3), 238-241.
  39. *Rashotte, J. & Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Medical and nursing clinical decision making: A comparative epistemological analysis. Nursing Philosophy, 5, 160-174. (Carnevale: Student mentor; methodological/theoretical advisor)
  40. Powell, M.L. & Carnevale, F.A. (2004). A comparison between single and double-pump syringe changes of intravenous inotropic medications in children. Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 15(4), 10-14. (Carnevale: Methodological/analysis advisor and mentor for bedside nurse first-author)
  41. *Bécherraz, M. & Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Research paradigms in nursing: contrasting post-positivism and constructivism. International Council of Nurses Research Bulletin, 9, 2-3. (Carnevale: Student mentor; methodological/theoretical advisor)
  42. *Alexander, E., Rennick, J.E., Carnevale, F.A., & Davis, M. (2004). Vivre avec la dépendance technologique à domicile : les defies. L’infirmière Montérégienne, 22(1), 12-13. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author)
  43. *Milette, I.H. & Carnevale, F.A. (2003). I’m trying to heal: Noise levels in a pediatric intensive care unit. Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 14(4), 14-21. (Carnevale: Methodological/analysis advisor and mentor for student first-author)
  44. **Carnevale, F.A. (2003). Les dilemmes éthiques chez les enfants gravement malades: Un modèle de rapprochement. INFOKara: Revue internationale francophone de soins palliatifs, 18(2), 73-75.
  45. Carnevale, F.A. (2003). S’efforcer de soigner : La psychologie morale des soins infirmiers. Enseignement supérieur en soins infirmiers adultes et pédiatriques. Elsevier: Paris. 210-212.
  46. Cranley Glass, K. & Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Learning from the experience of others: Ethical issues surrounding the use of clinical data for teaching and other professional activities. Annals of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, 35(8), 571-573. (Carnevale: Equal contributor to analysis and manuscript preparation)
  47. *Alexander, E., Rennick, J.E., Carnevale, F.A., & Davis, M. (2002). Daily struggles: The experience of families with children requiring assisted ventilation at home. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(4), 7-14. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author)
  48. **Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Authentic Qualitative Research and the Quest for Methodological Rigor. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(2), 121-128.
  49. *Alexander, E., Carnevale, F.A., & Razack, S. (2002). Evaluation of a sedation protocol for intubated critically ill children. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 18, 292-301. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author)
  50. *Gallant, M.H., Beaulieu, M.C., & Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Partnership: an analysis of the concept within the nurse-client relationship. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 40(2), 149-157. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; contributed to study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author)
  51. Carnevale, F.A. & Razack, S. (2002). An item analysis of the COMFORT scale in a pediatric intensive care unit. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 3(2), 177-180. (Carnevale: Principally responsible for study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation)
  52. *Séguin, M.J., Carnevale, F.A., Charland, S., Vallée, D., & Vincent, C. (2002). Dilemmes éthiques des infirmières aux soins intensifs pédiatriques. Actualités en soins infirmiers de réanimation. Elsevier: Paris, 279-281. (Carnevale: Senior methodological/theoretical advisor; directed study design, data analysis, and manuscript preparation; mentor for student first-author)
  53. Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Moral binds and conflicts of interests: ethical considerations for innovative therapies. Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 3(2): 4-6.
  54. **Carnevale, F.A. (2001). Striving to care: Embracing the moral foundations of nursing. Registered Nurse Journal, 13(4), 7-9.
  55. **Carnevale, F.A. (2001). Être invité dans une chambre très unique : Réflexions sur La chambre du fils de Nanni Moretti. PRISME: Psychiatrie, recherche et intervention en santé mentale de l’enfant, 36, 185-187.
  56. **Carnevale, F.A. (2001). Welcome to the International Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing Network CONNECT: Critical Care Nursing in Europe, Vol. 1(4), 139.
  57. **Carnevale, F.A. (2000). Children, critical illness and nursing: An international perspective on pediatric intensive care nursing. Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 11(S1), 4-6.
  58. Carnevale, F.A. (1999). Toward a cultural conception of the self. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 37(8), 26-31.
  59. Carnevale, F.A. (1999). 'Striving to recapture our previous life' - The experience of families of critically ill children. Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 10(1), 16-22.
  60. Carnevale, F.A. (1998). The utility of futility: The construction of bioethical problems. Nursing Ethics, 5(6), 509-517.
  61. Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. (1997). Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines in paediatric intensive care. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 13(4), 181-188.  (Carnevale: principal author and mentor for bedside nurse co-author)
  62. Carnevale, F.A. (1997). The practice of management in nursing: From novice to expert. Canadian Journal of Nursing Administration, 10(2), 7-13.
  63. Carnevale, F.A. (1997). The experience of critically ill children: Narratives of unmaking. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 13, 49-52.
  64. Schultz, D.S. & Carnevale, F.A. (1996). Engagement and suffering in responsible caregiving: On overcoming maleficence in health care. Theoretical Medicine, 17(3), 189-207. (Carnevale: Contributed to analysis and manuscript preparation)
  65. **Carnevale, F.A. Nursing and the body. (1995). The Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 27(4), 89-93.
  66. Carnevale, F.A. (1995). "I want to help people: Ethics, nursing, and critical care. Dynamics - Official Journal of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 6(1), 10-11.
  67. **Carnevale, F.A. (1993). Can critical care be delivered humanely? Leadership in Health Services, 2(2), 16-19.
  68. Carnevale, F.A. (1991). High technology and humanity in intensive care: Finding a balance. Intensive Care Nursing, 7, 23- 27.
  69. **Carnevale, F.A. (1991). Promoting family nursing in an intensive care unit. Canadian Nursing Management, 37, 38-42.
  70. Carnevale, F.A. (1990). A description of stressors and coping strategies among parents of critically ill children. Intensive Care Nursing, 6, 4-11.
  71. Carnevale, F.A., Annibale, F., Grenier, A., Guy, E., & Ottoni, L. (1987). Nursing in the ICU: Stress without distress?  Canadian Critical Care Nursing Journal, 4(2), 16-18. (Carnevale: principal author and mentor for bedside nurse co-authors)
  72. Carnevale, F.A. (1986). Computers in nursing. Canadian Critical Care Nursing Journal, 3(4), 22-26.
  73. **Carnevale, F.A. (1986). Computer Applications in Nursing. Axon, 8(1), 29-33.
  74. **Carnevale, F.A. (1986). Transcutaneous oxygen monitoring: Assessment Techniques. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 5(5), 264-269.
  75. Carnevale, F.A. (1985). Nursing the critically ill child: A responsive approach. Focus on Critical Care, 2(5), 10-13.
  76. Carnevale, F.A. (1985). Barbiturate coma in children. Canadian Critical Care Nursing Journal, 2(3), 9-12.
  77. Carnevale, F.A. (1984). Maintaining intravascular catheter patency safely in children. Critical Care Nurse, 3(2),50- 54.
  78. Carnevale, F.A., Espinosa, P.S., Fortin-Berardino, L., Guy, E.R., Harvie-Carbonneau, S.E., Powell, M.A., Tetreault, E. & Veneziano, A. (1983). Induced paralysis. The Canadian Nurse, 79(10), 45-51. (Carnevale: principal author and mentor for bedside nurse co-authors)
  79. Carnevale, F.A. (1982). Child death in hospital: the survivor's perspective. Focus on Critical Care, 9(4), 7-9.
  80. Carnevale, F.A. (1980). Community nursing: a three dimensional approach. Imprint, 27(2), 54 - 55, 84-85.

b) Technical reports

None.

 

c) Reviews, book chapters, editorials

Completed Graduate Research Theses (Carnevale)

2004                Philosophy of psychology: Reconciling universalism and relativism? M.A. (Philosophy of Science/Epistemology), Philosophy, Université de Sherbrooke.

1997                Ethics and pediatric critical care: A conception of a "thick" bioethics. M.Sc., Experimental Medicine: Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University.

1994                Striving to care: A qualitative study of stress in nursing. Ph.D., Counselling Psychology, McGill University. 

1983                The Influence of a Responsive Nursing Approach Upon the Experience of Parents in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (research report). M.Sc.(Applied), School of Nursing, McGill University.

Invited Book Chapters

Larcher, V. & Carnevale, F.A. (in press). Ethics. In A. Goldman, R. Hain, & S. Liben, Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care for Children 2nd Ed. (Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Carnevale, F.A. (2011). La ética de la enfermería y la seguridad del paciente: el reconocimiento delos enfermeros como agentes morales. In Mavilde da Luz Gonçalves Pedreira & Maria de Jesus Castro Sousa Harada (eds.), Enfermería a diario: la seguridad del paciente. Sao Paulo, Brazil: Yendis Editora Ltda. 61-68.

Carnevale, F.A. & Chevrier, A. (in press - chapter update). Key issues in critical care nursing. In M. Fink, E. Abraham, J-L. Vincent, & P. Kochanek (eds.), Textbook of critical care (6th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier.

Macdonald, M.E. & Carnevale, F.A. (in press). The potential of anthropological ethnography to advance cultural theory in nursing research [English title]. Invited as a chapter in N. Vonarx, L. Hamelin-Brabant, & L. Bujold, Sciences sociales et discipline infirmière: les lieux d’une rencontre. Presses de L’Université Laval.

Gauvin, F., Hubert, P., Moulin, D., Farrell, C., & Carnevale, F.A. (2007). Soins palliatifs. In J. Lacroix, M. Gauthier, P. Hubert, F. Leclerc, & P. Gaudreault, Urgences et soins intensifs pédiatriques (2e édition). Montreal : Éditions du CHU Sainte-Justine et Elsevier-Masson. 1169-1184.

Carnevale, F.A. (2007). Nursing Care in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. In D.S. Wheeler, H.R. Wong, & T.P. Shanley (eds.), Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Basic science and clinical evidence. London: Springer-Verlag. 68-71.

Carnevale, F.A. (2005). Key issues in critical care nursing. In M. Fink, E. Abraham, J-L. Vincent, & P. Kochanek (eds.), Textbook of critical care (5th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier. 2217-2223.

Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Listening authentically to youthful voices: A conception of the moral agency of children. In J.L. Storch, P. Rodney, & R. Starzomski (Eds.), Toward a moral horizon: Nursing ethics for leadership and practice. Pearson Education: Canada. 396-413.

Carnevale, F.A. (2003). The injured family. In P.A. Moloney-Harmon & S.J. Czerwinski (Eds.), Nursing Care of the Pediatric Trauma Patient. W.B. Saunders: 107-117.

Carnevale, F.A. (1997). The McGill model of nursing in the intensive care setting. In L.N. Gottlieb & H. Ezer (Eds.), A perspective on health, family, learning & collaborative nursing: A collection of writings on the McGill model of nursing. McGill University School of Nursing: Montreal. 318-321.

Carnevale, F.A. (1996). 'Good' medicine: Ethics and pediatric critical care. In D. Tibboel & E. van der Voort (Eds.), Intensive Care in Childhood: A challenge to the future. Springer-Verlag: Berlin. 491-503.


Editorials (‘**’ indicates invited editorial)

**Carnevale, F.A. (2009). Learning about the relational nature of communication in pediatric critical care. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 10(3), 414-415.

**Devictor, D. & Carnevale, F.A. (2008). Improving end-of-life care in the pediatric intensive care unit. Therapy, 5(4), 387-390.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2008). Examining parental communication in pediatric critical care. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 9(1), 113-114.

**Carnevale, F. A. (2007). Relating the “is-ought problem” to nursing inquiry. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 39(4), 11-17.

**Carnevale, F.A. Bibeau, G. (2007). Examining the complex social basis of medical decision making. Anthropology & Medicine, 14(3), 343-347.

Carnevale, F.A. (2006). The impact of pediatric critical illness and injury on families: A review of the evidence (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 7(2), 2.

Carnevale, F.A. (2006). How do you know what you know? Recognizing practical knowledge in nursing (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 7(1), 2-5. 

Carnevale, F.A. (2005). What can nurses do in the face of regional disasters? (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 6(1), 1.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2005). Ethical dilemmas in critically ill children: toward a model of ‘rapprochement’. (guest editorial). Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Journal, 18(2), 2-3.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2005). Families are not visitors: Rethinking our relationships in the ICU (guest editorial). Australian Critical Care, 18(2), 48-49.

Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Pediatric intensive care nursing and international outreach (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 5(1), 1-2.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2003). Pressure ulcers in pediatric critical care: Examining the evidence (guest editorial). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 4(3), 383-384.

 Carnevale, F.A. (2003). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing is now a journal! (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 4(2), 1.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Betwixt and between: Searching for nursing‘s moral foundations (guest editorial). Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(2), 5-8.

 **Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Decisions that matter: Recognizing the contextuality of decision-making (guest editorial). Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 34(3), 5-7.

Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Pediatric intensive care nurses are coming together in Boston (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 3(2), 1. 

Carnevale, F.A. (2002). Getting the word out: Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing is now indexed! (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 3(1), 1.

Carnevale, F.A. (2001). Caring for a critically ill world: September 11th and the distress of children (editorial). Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 2(2), 1. 

**Carnevale, F.A. (1997). "Decision-making in context": A proposal for a comprehensive methodology (guest editorial). Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 29(3), 65-68.

 

Commentaries

Wright, D., Nyland, A., Carnevale, F.A., & Gros, C. (2010). Response to Crisci & Arnone paper “Are there ‘bad’ patients?’. Nursing Ethics, 17(5), 668-671.

Invited Book Reviews

Carnevale, F.A. (in press). A review of Cross-Cultural Caring: A handbook for health professionals by Nancy Waxler-Morrison, Joan M. Anderson, Elizabeth Richardson, and Natalie A. Chambers, (eds.), (2005), in Transcultural Psychiatry.

Carnevale, F. A. (2007). A review of The Complexities of Care: Nursing Reconsidered by Sioban Nelson & Suzanne Gordon (eds.); (2006), in Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 39(3), 213-215.

Carnevale, F.A.  (1999). A review of Clinical Wisdom and Interventions in Critical Care: A thinking-in-action approach by Patricia Benner (1999), in Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 31(3), 139-142.

 

d) Abstracts and conference presentations (peer-reviewed)

‘*’ indicates first author is/was my graduate student

‘**’ indicates invited paper


Abstracts Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals

*Strohschein, F. J., Bergman, H., Carnevale, F.A., & Loiselle, C. G. (2010). Treatment decision making among older individuals with cancer:  Exploration of the concept and relational context. Psycho-Oncology, 19(Suppl 2), S177.

*Strohschein, F. J., Loiselle, C. G., Carnevale, F. A., & Bergman, H. (2009).  Treatment decision-making by older individuals with cancer: Analysis of the concept of ‘patient decision-making’.  Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 13(Suppl 1), S578.

* Cabot, I., Lacroix, J., Humbert, N., & Carnevale, F.A. 2009). Critical review of fatigue and related assessment tools for children in palliative care and oncology. Journal of Palliative Care, 25(3), 233-234.

Prsa, M., Carnevale, F.A., Justino, H., & Rohlicek, C. (2008). Attitudes and practices of North American pediatric cardiologists and cardiac surgeons in the management of hypoplastic left heart syndrome: a survey-based study. Cardiology in the Young, 18 (supplement 1), 5.

*Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Carnevale, F.A., Rennick, J.E., & Cohen, S.R. (2007). Office or bedroom: A disconnect between family culture and professional culture in the PICU. Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine, 8(3) suppl, A262-A263.

*St-Laurent, T., Carnevale, F.A., & Duval, M. (2007). Les soins intensifs : perspective d’un group de pédiatres. Médecine Palliative, 6, 77.

 Razack, S., Steinert, Y., Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., & Tellier, P.-P. (2006). Caring for a diverse diversity: Reconciling cultural, socioeconomic, and sexual difference in medical education (abstract). Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 29(4), 221-222.

**Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J., & Troini, R. (2006). The moral experience of families with children requiring assisted-ventilation at home (abstract). Neuropediatrics, 37 (supplement 1), S177.

*St-Laurent-Gagnon, T., Knoppers, B.M., Carnevale, F.A., & Duval, M. (2006). Clinical research in pediatric palliative care: The dilemma of being both a clinician and a researcher (abstract). Paediatrics and Child Health, 11 (supp. B), 42B.

*St-Laurent-Gagnon, T., Knoppers, B.M., Carnevale, F.A., & Duval, M. (2006). Les médecins chercheurs et la recherché clinique impliquant des enfants en soins palliatifs: enjeux éthiques (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 21(3), 197.

*St-Laurent-Gagnon, T., Duval, M., & Carnevale, F.A., (2006). Clinical research in pediatric palliative care: The dilemma of being both a clinician and a researcher (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 21(3), 236.

*St-Laurent-Gagnon, T., Knoppers, B.M., Carnevale, F.A., & Duval, M. (2006). The dilemmas of clinical research in pediatric palliative care (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 21(3), 196.

*Chambers-Evans, J. & Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Dawning of awareness: Surrogates making end-of-life decisions for the ones they love. (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 20(3), 219.

Razack, S., Macdonald, M.E., & Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Training in a multicultural society: Promoting cultural competence in residency programs (abstract). Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 27(4), 171.

*Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Cohen, S.R., Rennick, J.E., & Carnevale, F.A. (2004). Critical incidents in critical care: Bereaved parents’ memories of the PICU. (abstract). Australian Critical Care, 17(3). 

*Gaudreault, J. & Carnevale, F.A. (2003). The recognition of physiological parameters permitting optimal weaning of inotropes in critically ill children (abstract). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 4(3), A112.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2000). Ethical dilemmas – a North American nursing perspective from Canada (abstract). Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 11(S1), 28.

**Carnevale, F.A. (2000). Death and bereavement - Family support (abstract). Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 11(S1), 30.

Carnevale, F.A.  & Canoui, P. (2000). Parental responsibility in life-support decisions for children: A comparative study between Montreal and Paris (abstract). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 1(1), 115-116.

*Seguin, M.J., Charland, S., Valee, D., Vincent, C., & Carnevale, F.A. (2000). Ethical dilemmas among nurses working in a PICU setting: A comparison of 2 settings in Montreal, Canada (abstract). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 1(1), 117.

Ducharme, C. & Carnevale, F.A. (2000). A prospective study of adverse reactions to the weaning of opioids and benzodiazepines in critically ill children (abstract). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 1(1), 118.

Carnevale, F.A.  & Razack, S. (2000). An item analysis of the Comfort Scale in a PICU (abstract). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 1(1), 95.

Razack, S., Alexander, E., & Carnevale, F.A. (2000). An evaluation of a sedation protocol in a pediatric intensive care unit (abstract). Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 1(1), 94-95.

**Carnevale, F.A. (1999). Ethical dilemmas in the pediatric intensive care unit (abstract). Dynamics - Official Journal of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 10(3), 26.

**Carnevale, F.A. (1999). Processus décisionnel lors d'un problème éthique (abstract). Actualités en soins infirmiers de réanimation. Elsevier: Paris. 233.

Carnevale, F.A. (1996). Seeking a thicker view of bioethics (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 12(3), 67.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. (1996). Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines in a pediatric intensive care unit (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 12(3), 67.

Carnevale, F.A. (1996). Toward a cultural conception of the self (abstract). International Journal of Psychology, 31(3/4), 484.

Carnevale, F.A. (1996). Narratives of unmaking and remaking: The experience of critically ill children (abstract). International Journal of Psychology, 31(3/4), 157.

Carnevale, F.A., Stelling, J., & Dumont, F.R. (1996). I want to help people: A study of stress in nursing (abstract). International Journal of Psychology, 31(3/4), 213.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. (1996). The withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines: Adverse reactions (abstract). Intensive Care Medicine, 22(supplement 2), S252.

Carnevale, F.A. (1995). The experience of families of critically ill children: Family system transitions (abstract). Canadian Psychology, 36(2a), 233.

Carnevale, F.A., Stelling, J., & Dumont, F.R. (1995). Striving to care: A qualitative study of stress in   nursing (abstract). Canadian Psychology, 36(2a), 195.

Carnevale, F.A. (1992). Family transitions following the death of a critically ill child (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 8(3), 68-69.

Carnevale, F.A. (1991). A description of nursing assessment and management of pain among critically ill infants (abstract). Journal of pain and symptom management, 6(3), 185.

Carnevale, F.A. (1991). Children's storybooks as a medium for relating to children in pain (abstract). Journal of pain and symptom management, 6(3), 184.

Carnevale, F.A. (1990). The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 6(3), 52.

Carnevale, F.A. (1990). Storybooks as a medium for relating with children confronting loss and death (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 6(3), 52.

Carnevale, F.A. (1988). Behavioral rating of anxiety in parents of critically ill children (abstract). Journal of Palliative Care, 4(3), 72.

Carnevale, F.A. (1988). Stressors and coping strategies among parents of critically ill children (abstract).  Journal of Palliative Care, 4(3), 72.

Abstracts/Papers Published in Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Macdonald, M.E.,  Carnevale, F.A., Chan, L., Steele, R., & Shahidi, J., & Shrier, I. Variation in managing variability: A grounded theory study of how meta-analysts do meta-analysis. Proceedings of the 18th Cochrane Colloquium, Colorado, October 2010.

Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., Chan, L., Steele, R., Shahidi, J., & Shrier, I. Meta-analysts’ variation in managing variability. Proceedings of the Canadian Cochrane Centre Symposium 2010 Evidence in Uncertain Times: Meeting the Challenge, Ottawa, May 2010.

Steele, R, Chan, L, Carnevale, FA, Macdonald, ME, Shahidi, J, Shrier I. Bayesian models for meta-analysis of Randomized Control Trials: do we know what you are thinking? Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada, Québec City, May 2010.

Shrier, I., Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.C.., Steele, R., Boivin, J.F., Eisenberg, M.J., Furlan, A., Kakuma, R.  How do meta-analysts actually interpret meta-analyses? Proceedings of the 17th Cochrane Colloquium, Singapore, October 2009.

*Cabot, I., Duval, M., Lacroix, J., Humbert, N., & Carnevale, F.A. Critical review of fatigue and related assessment tools for children in palliative care and oncology. Proceedings of the of the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Conference, Winnipeg, October 2009.

Carnevale, F.A. Ethical issues in pediatric and neonatal intensive care. Proceedings of the Annual Congress of the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care, Verona, Italy, June 2009. 6.

Carnevale, F.A. Promoting social justice through qualitative research: An emerging ethical priority. Proceedings of the 15th National Symposium on Nursing Research of the Brazilian Nursing Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2009. 2369-2371.

*Gaudreault, J. & Carnevale, F.A. ‘Should I stay or should I go?’ The experiences of parents of critically ill children witnessing resuscitative measures for other children in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings from the 9th International Family Nursing Conferece, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2009. 62.

Carnevale, F.A. Soins palliatifs en contexte interculturel: comment aborder les dilemmes éthiques? Proceedings of the Annual Congress of the Réseau de soins palliatifs du Québec, Montreal, April 2009.

Carnevale, F.A. Soigner en pédiatrie : repères éthiques. Proceedings of the Annual Congress of the Réseau de soins palliatifs du Québec, Montreal, April 2009.

*Cabot, I., Duval, M., Lacroix, J., Humbert, N., & Carnevale, F.A. Critical review of fatigue and related assessment tools for children in palliative care and oncology. Proceedings from the 17th International Congress of Palliative Care, Montreal, September 2008. 66-67.

Carnevale, F.A. Regard sur la responsabilité médicale dans le cas de maladies critiques chez les enfants en France. Proceedings from the congress Anthropologie des Cultures Globalisées : Terrains complexes et enjeux disciplinaires, Quebec City, November 2007.

Clausen, C., Gagnon, A., Carnevale, F.A., Saucier, J.F., Merry, L., Jeannotte, J., & Oxman-Martinez, J. Conducting research with newly arrived, migrant women: Developing culturally responsive methods. Proceedings from conference Enhancing quality in quality health research, Montreal, April 2007.

Razack, S., Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., Tellier, P.P., & Steinert, Y. Training in cultural competence: What we want to learn vs. what we ought to learn. Proceedings from the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Medical Education, London, Canada, 2007.

Clausen, C., Gagnon, A., Carnevale, F.A., Saucier, J.F., Oxman-Martinez, J., Jeannotte, J., & Merry, L. Referring migrant women in Montreal, Canada for care after birth:  Understanding needs and optimizing services. Proceedings from the Geneva Forum: Towards global access to health, Geneva, Switzerland, August 2006. 123.

Carnevale, F.A., Canoui, P., Farrell, C., Cremer, R., Seguin, M.-J., Doussau, A., Leclerc, F., Hubert, P., & Lacroix, J. Etude comparative, en France et au Québec, de la place des parents lors des decisions de limitation des traitements en réanimation pédiatrique. Proceedings of the 3e Congrès en soins palliatifs pédiatriques, Montreal, September 2006.

*Saint-Laurent, T., Carnevale, F.A., & Duval, M. Les soins palliatifs : Perspective d’un groupe de pédiatres. Proceedings of the 3e Congrès en soins palliatifs pédiatriques, Montreal, September 2006.

Carnevale, F.A. Enclaves of early 20th century Italian culture in Montreal. Proceedings of the Annual Congress of the Canadian Anthropological Society, Montreal, May 2006. 47-48.

*Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Carnevale, F.A., & Cohen S.R. Signs of Life and Signs of Death: Brain Death and Other Mixed Messages at the End of Life. Proceedings of the Canadian Society of Transplantation Annual Scientific Meeting, Tremblant, Quebec, March 2006. 9.

*Dagenais, M. & Carnevale, F.A. The effect of level of comfort on respiratory parameters during weaning from mechanical ventilation in critically ill children. Proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Pediatric and Neonatal Ventilation, Montreux, Switzerland, March 2006. 28.

Carnevale, F.A. & Bibeau, G. Determining which child will live or die in France: The doctor as the societal moral authority? Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Anthropology Association, Washington, D.C., December 2005. 171.

*Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S, Carnevale, F.A. & Cohen, S.R. Critically caring: Displacing and re-placing parenthood in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Anthropology Association, Washington, D.C., December 2005. 370.

Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J.E., Troini, R. The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Home Mechanical Ventilation, Lyon, France, April 2005. 58.

*Macdonald, M.E. & Carnevale, F.A. Qualitative health research and the “Illumination Test”: Answering the “So What?” with qualitative inquiry. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois, May 2005, 224-225.

Razack, S., Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A. Cultural competence or humility? Reflection rather than knowledge acquisition as a goal of residency cultural training. Proceedings of the Annual Conference for the Canadian Association of Medical Education, Saskatoon, May 2005.

Carnevale, F.A., Macdonald, M.E., & Razack, S. Reconciling Clashing Epistemologies: Confronting the Strangeness of “Cultural Competency” in Pediatric Medicine. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of American Anthropology Association, Atlanta, December 2004. 147-148.

*Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., & Razack, S. Understanding the Strange and the Familiar in Pediatric Medicine. Proceedings of the Northeast Regional Medical Anthropology Conference, Montreal, April  2004.

*Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., Cohen, S.R., & Liben, S. Critically caring: Displacing and re-placing parenthood in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of American Anthropology Association, Atlanta, December 2004. 315.

Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J.E., Troini, R. The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home. Proceedings of the 10th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, November 2004. 31.

*Earle, R, Rennick, J.E., & Carnevale, F.A. “It’s ok. It helps me to breathe: The experience of long term technology dependence from a child’s perspective. Proceedings of the 10th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, November 2004. 30-31.

*Massé, L. & Carnevale, F.A. An examination of the link between nutritional status and the weaning of mechanical ventilation. Proceedings of the 10th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, November 2004. 25.

*Milette, I. & Carnevale, F.A. Noise levels in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings of the 10th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, November 2004. 25-26.

**Carnevale, F.A. Parental responsibility for life-support decisions. Proceedings of the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October, 2004. 34.

**Carnevale, F.A. Weaning of sedation and analgesia. Proceedings of the 29th Proceedings of the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October, 2004. 36.

**Carnevale, F.A. Avoiding family-induced stress: Effective strategies for staff working with families. Proceedings of the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October, 2004. 96.

*Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Cohen, S.R., Rennick, J.E., & Carnevale, F.A. Critical incidents in critical care: Bereaved parents’ memories of the PICU. Proceedings of the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October, 2004. 41.

*Bécherraz, M. & Carnevale, F.A. Significations des expériences de réconfort pour la personne hospitalisée en santé mentale et pour l’infirmière qui en prend soin. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Association for Human Caring, Montreal, June 2004. 84.

Carnevale, F.A. Listening to the voice of the child: Moral agency and children. Proceedings of the joint conference of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities/Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, October 2003. 23.

**Carnevale, F.A. Sociocultural diversity and the voice of the child. Proceedings from the Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2002. 14-15.

Cranley Glass, K. & Carnevale, F.A. Learning from the experience of others: Ethical issues surrounding the use of clinical data for teaching and other professional activities. Proceedings from the Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2002. 73.

**Carnevale, F.A. Psychological transformations in childhood trauma. Proceedings from the 4th Annual Trauma Nursing Conference. Montreal General Hospital. September 2002. 39.

Carnevale, F.A. How do you know what you know? An epistemological analysis of diagnostic reasoning in pediatric critical care. Proceedings from the 9th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium: Clinical Care of the Child and Family. Montreal, April 2002. 39.

*Gallant, M., Beaulieu, M., & Carnevale, F.A. The nurse-client relationship as a partnership. Proceedings from the 2002 Annual Conference of the Atlantic Region Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing. Antigonish, Nova Scotia. April 2002. 17.

**Carnevale, F.A. Listening to children’s voices: The socio-cultural foundations of child health. Proceedings from Health Care in a complex world: An international research conference – Second International Nursing Research Conference, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Toronto, May, 2001. 20-21.

*Seguin, M.J., Charland, S., Vincent, C., Valée, D., & Carnevale, F.A. Dilemmes éthiques vécus par les infirmières aux soins intensifs pédiatriques. Proceedings from the 5e Colloque Alice-Girard: Faculté des sciences infirmières, Université de Montréal. June 2001. 44.

**Carnevale, F.A. Ethics and burn care: In a nurse’s voice. Proceedings from the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Burn Nurses, St. John’s, Newfoundland, September, 1999.

Carnevale, F.A. Current advances in the management of congenital heart disease. Proceedings from  the National Teaching Institute of the American Association of  Critical-Care Nurses, New Orleans, May, 1999, 362-363.

** Moloney-Harmon, P.A., Carnevale, F.A., Copnell, B., Aku Dzikuna, N., Gbadam, P., Pakpahan, H., & Weidner, I. International Perspectives: End-of-Life Issues for the Critically Ill Child. Proceedings from The National Teaching Institute of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, New Orleans, May, 1999, 464.

Carnevale, F.A. & Rafman, S. Social and moral transformations in three types of childhood trauma: Critical medical illness, incest, and war. Proceedings from 8th  International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium: Clinical Care of the Child and Family, Montreal, April, 1999, 37.

Carnevale, F.A. & Rafman, S. Socio-moral transformations in childhood trauma. Proceedings from the XXII International Congress of Pediatrics, Amsterdam, August, 1998, 407.

**Carnevale, F.A. Family-centered care: Research models. Proceedings from the First International Congress on Pediatric Nursing, Amsterdam, August, 1998, 466.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. Withdrawal reactions following the cessation of opioids and benzodiazepines in critically ill children. Proceedings from the First International Congress on Pediatric Nursing, Amsterdam, August, 1998, 451.

Rafman, S. & Carnevale, F.A. Attachment and moral issues of illness, incest and war traumas. Proceedings from the XVth Biennial Congress of The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Berne, Switzerland, July, 1998.

**Carnevale, F.A. De l'aspect juridique a l'aspect moral: reconnaître la dimension culturelle de l’éthique en soins palliatifs. Proceedings from the 8e congrès annuel de l'association québécoise de soins palliatifs, Montréal, June, 1998.

**Carnevale, F.A. Psychological outcomes in children after intensive care. Proceedings from the 4th Australian & New Zealand Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Conference, Hobart, Australia, October, 1997, 13.

**Carnevale, F.A. Ethics and paediatric intensive care: Cross cultural controversies. Proceedings from the 4th Australian & New Zealand Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Conference, Hobart, Australia, October, 1997, 10.

Carnevale, F.A. Life support decisions for critically ill children: Challenging the utility of futility.       Proceedings from the 7th World Congress of Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Ottawa, July, 1997, 91.

**Carnevale, F.A. Ethical dilemmas at the bedside. Proceedings from the 4th Annual Excellence in Pediatric Nursing Conference, All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida, May, 1997.

Carnevale, F.A. Life support decisions for critically ill children. Proceedings from the 7th Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, McGill University, Montreal Children’s Hospital, April, 1997.

Carnevale, F.A. The utility of futility: The construction of bioethical problems. Proceedings from the Annual Conference of The Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, October, 1996.

Carnevale, F.A., Rodney, P., & Storch, J. Ethics in practice: Listening to nurses' voices. Proceedings from the the Annual Conference of The Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, October, 1996.

**Carnevale, F.A. Ethics, nursing and urology: Moral dilemmas in everyday practice. Proceedings from The Annual Conference of The Urology Nurses of Canada, Montreal, September, 1996, 52-53.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. The withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines: Adverse reactions. Proceedings from The Conference of The European Society of Pediatric Intensive Care Nursing, Rotterdam, Netherlands, June, 1996.

Carnevale, F.A. Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Proceedings from The First Canadian Pediatric Nursing Conference, Halifax, June, 1996.

Schultz, D.S. & Carnevale, F.A. Engagement and suffering in responsible caregiving. Proceedings from The Annual Meeting of The Society for Health And Human Values. San Diego, October, 1995.

**Carnevale, F.A. Pain in children: Does it have to hurt so much?  Proceedings from The Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. Quebec City, October, 1995.

**Carnevale, F.A. Family-centred care in a pediatric ICU. Proceedings from The Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. Quebec City, October, 1995.

Ducharme, C. & Carnevale, F.A. Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of sedation and analgesia. Proceedings from The Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. Quebec City, October, 1995.

Abu-Shihab, O., Zia, V., Al-Refaee, F.A., Leijonhufvud, H., Malowany, A., Gottesman, R., Carnevale, F.A. 3D visualization for evaluating a monitoring system in an ICU. Proceedings from the Joint International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  (EMBS) and Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society (CMBES), Montreal, September, 1995, 3.3.2.12 (2 pages).

Saab, E., Zia, V., Abu-Shihab, O., Malowany, A.S., Gottesman, R., & Carnevale, F.A. A data model for a patient data management system in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from the Joint International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) and Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society (CMBES), Montreal, September, 1995, 3.4.1.8 (2 pages).

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings of the annual convention of the Canadian Pain Society, Ottawa, May, 1995.

Carnevale, F.A. Narratives of affliction and renewal: The experience of critically ill children. Proceedings from the 6th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, McGill University/Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, March, 1995.

Ducharme, C. & Carnevale, F.A. Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of sedation and analgesia. Proceedings from the 6th Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, McGill University/Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, March, 1995.

Carnevale, F.A. Striving to care: Ethical tensions in everyday nursing practice. Proceedings from The Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Ottawa, November, 1994, 85.

**Carnevale, F.A. Ethical challenges in caring for the critically ill. Proceedings from AACN Global Connections: World Congress on Critical Care Nursing Toronto, October, 1994, 51-53.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of midazolam and fentanyl: Management strategies. Proceedings from AACN Global Connections: World Congress on Critical Care Nursing, Toronto, October, 1994, 150.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families of critically ill children: Family system transitions. Proceedings from AACN Global Connections: World Congress on Critical Care Nursing, Toronto, October, 1994, 228.

Carnevale, F.A. Imagery and hypnosis in a PICU: Strategies for comforting physical and mental pain. Proceedings from AACN Global Connections: World Congress on Critical Care Nursing, Toronto, October, 1994, 153.

Carnevale, F.A. Striving to care: A qualitative study of stress in nursing. Proceedings from AACN Global Connections: World Congress on Critical Care Nursing, Toronto, October, 1994, 155.

Kairouz, J, Lam, A., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. A vital sign monitoring system for a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings from The IEEE Seventh Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, June, 1994, 217-222.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families of critically ill children: A family systems perspective. Proceedings from The Third International Family Nursing Conference, Montreal, May, 1994, 121.

**Carnevale, F.A. Computer applications in critical care. Proceedings from The 6th World Congress on Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Madrid, Spain, June, 1993.

*Baillargeon, S., Johnston, C.C., & Carnevale, F.A. Preschool children’s experience of a critical illness: A preliminary study. Proceedings from The Fifth International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family, McGill University, Montreal, March, 1993, 27.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Proceedings from The 11th International Congress of Group Psychotherapy, Montreal, August, 1992.

Roger, K., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. Nursing workload management for a patient data management system. Proceedings from The Fifth IEEE Symposium on Computer- Based Medical Systems, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, June, 1992, 216-223.

Saab, E., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Roger, K., Collet, C., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. Data modelling and design of a patient data management system in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from The Fifth IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, June, 1992, 54-63.

Gottesman, R.D., Carnevale, F.A., Malowany, A.S., Collet, C. A cardiovascular parameter trend expert system for a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings from Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Data Management Systems and the Society for Computers in Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine, Park City, Utah, March, 1992.      

**Schultz, D.S. & Carnevale, F.A. A phenomenological sense of empathic care: The dialogue of technique and human relationality in healing. Proceedings from an invitational conference on Empathic Expertise: Gender, ethics, and the therapeutic relationship, Sponsored by The Institute for Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, March, 1992.

Petroni, M., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Roger, K., Lam, A., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. A speech interface for bedside data entry in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from The 13th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Orlando, Florida, November, 1991, 1373- 4.

Roger, K., Yien, C., Petroni, M., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. A nursing workload manager for a patient data management system. Proceedings from The 13th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Orlando, Florida, November, 1991, 1371- 2.

**Carnevale, F.A. Nursing the child in respiratory failure. Proceedings from The 3rd Annual Clinical Symposium: Emergencies in a Community Hospital, Sponsored by Credit Valley Hospital, Toronto, October, 1991.

**Carnevale, F.A. Nursing the traumatized child. Proceedings from The 3rd Annual Clinical Symposium: Emergencies in a Community Hospital, Sponsored by Credit Valley Hospital, Toronto, October, 1991.

Petroni, M., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Roger, K., Groleau, F., Yien, C., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. An automatic speech recognition system for bedside data entry in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from The 1991 ASME International Computers in Engineering Conference and Exposition, Santa Clara, California, August, 1991, 587-591.

Fumai, N., Collet, C., Petroni, M., Roger, K., Lam, A., Saab, E., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., & Gottesman, R.D. Database considerations for an intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from The 1991 ASME International Computers in Engineering Conference and Exposition, Santa Clara, California, August, 1991, 593-596.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Proceedings from The Second International Family Nursing Conference, Portland, Oregon, May, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A. Children's story books as a medium for relating with children. Proceedings from The Second International Family Nursing Conference, Portland, Oregon, May, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A., Baillargeon, S. A description of the experience of families with a critically ill child.       Proceedings from The Fourth Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal Children's Hospital, May, 1991.

**Carnevale, F.A. Information management in nursing. Proceedings from The Use of Computers in Clinical Medicine, McGill-IBM Cooperative Project, Montreal, May, 1991.

Petroni, M., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Roger, K., Groleau, F., Yien, C., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D. An automatic speech recognition system for bedside data entry in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from The 4th IEEE Symposium on Computer Based Medical Systems, Baltimore, Maryland, May, 1991, 358-365.

Fumai, N., Collet, C., Petroni, M., Roger, K., Lam, A., Saab, E., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D. Database design of an intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from The 4th IEEE Symposium on Computer Based Medical Systems, Baltimore, Maryland, May, 1991, 78-85.

Gottesman, R.D., Carnevale, F.A., Malowany, A.S., & Collet, C. Development of a patient data management system in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings from The Use of Computers in Clinical Medicine, McGill-IBM Cooperative Project, Montreal, May, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Proceedings from The Fourth International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family, McGill University, Montreal, April, 1991, 18.

Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., Malowany, A.S., Roger, K. Development of an automated bedside nursing workstation. Proceedings from The 16th Annual Conference of The Canadian Association for Advancement of Computers in Health, Toronto, April, 1991, 71-73.

Gottesman, R.D., Carnevale, F.A., Malowany, A.S., Collet, C. The development of a PDMS cardiovascular expert system for pediatric intensive care. Proceedings from Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Data Management Systems and the Society for Computers in Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine, Park City, Utah, March, 1991, 37.

Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Malowany, A.S. Development of a patient data management system in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings from High Tech Caring: An International Scientific and Educational Conference for Nurses on Caring and Technology, Montreal, October, 1990, 49.

Carnevale, F.A. An experience in nursing information systems development. Proceedings from High Tech Caring: An International Scientific and Educational Conference for Nurses on Caring and Technology, Montreal, October, 1990, 49.

**Carnevale, F.A. Mentorship in nursing: A professional issue. Proceedings from Surmounting Challenge: Courage, Compassion, Commitment; Dynamics of Critical Care, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Edmonton, September, 1990.

Fumai, N., Collet, C., Petroni, M., Roger, K., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. Evaluation of a database for an intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from The Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ottawa, September, 1990, 3.4.1-3.4.4.

Roger, K., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. A new bedside data entry system for a patient data management system. Proceedings from The Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ottawa, September, 1990, 75.3.1-75.3.4.

Petroni, M., Roger, K., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. An automatic speech recognition system for bedside data entry in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from The Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ottawa, September, 1990, 75.4.1-75.4.4.

Collet, C., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. A multilevel expert system for an intensive care unit real-time trend analysis. Proceedings from the 1990 ASME International Computers in Engineering Conference and Exposition (vol. 2), Boston, Massachusetts, August, 1990, 21-25.

Petroni, M., Roger, K., Collet, C., Fumai, N.,  Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. An automatic speech recognition system for bedside data entry in an intensive care unit. Proceedings from The 33rd Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Calgary, August, 1990, 791-794.

Fumai, N., Collet, C., Petroni, M., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. The design of a simulator for an intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from The Third Annual IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, June, 1990, 454-461.

Collet, C., Martini, L., Lovin, M., Masson, E., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R.D., & Rousseau, A. Real-time trend analysis for an intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from The Third Annual IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, June, 1990, 337-344.

Gottesman, R.D., Carnevale, F.A., Malowany, A.S., & Rousseau, A. Development of a new patient data management system for pediatric intensive care. Proceedings from The 10th Annual Conference on Computers in Critical Care and The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Data Management Systems, Orlando, Florida, February, 1990, 42.

**Carnevale, F.A. High technology and humanity for intensive care. Proceedings from The 5th World Congress on Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Kyoto, Japan, September, 1989.

**Carnevale, F.A. Education of nursing specialists. Proceedings from The 5th World Congress on Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Kyoto, Japan, September, 1989.

**Carnevale, F.A. The sky's the limit. Proceedings from Professional Power:  Personal Impact, Dynamics of Critical Care; Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Ottawa, September, 1989.

Collet, C., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Malowany, A., Carnevale,  F.A., Gottesman, R., & Rousseau, A.  A multilevel expert system for an intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering. Montreal, September, 1989, 1063-1066.

Malowany, S., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Malowany, A., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R., & Rousseau, A.  Data base aspects of a patient data management system for an ICU.  Proceedings from Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering.  Montreal, September, 1989, 586- 589.

Petroni, M., Collet, C., Fumai, N., Malowany, A., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R,. & Rousseau, A.  Speech recognition using hidden markov models for data entry in an ICU.  Proceedings from Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering. Montreal, September, 1989, 893- 896.

Fumai, N., Petroni, M., Collet, C., Malowany, A., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R., & Rousseau, A. A simulator for an intensive care patient data management system.  Proceedings from the 1989 Summer Computer Simulation Conference. Austin, Texas, July, 1989, 427-432.

Panisset, J.F., Malowany, S., Khoury, N., Lambidonis, D., Malowany, A.S., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R., & Rousseau, A.  An intensive care unit patient data management system. Proceedings from the Graphic Interface 89 Conference.  London, Ontario, June, 1989, 275-282.

Malowany, A.S., Malowany, S., Panisset, J.F., Collet, C., Carnevale, F.A., Gottesman, R., & Rousseau, A.  A patient data management system for an intensive care unit. Proceedings from IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications.  Victoria, B.C., June, 1989, 594-597.

Carnevale, F.A.  A description of stressors and coping strategies among parents of critically ill children. Proceedings from the Third International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family. McGill University/Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, March, 1989.

Carnevale, F.A.,  Malowany, A.S., Gottesman, R., & Rousseau, A. Development of a patient data management system in a pediatric intensive care  unit. Proceedings from the Third International  Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family. McGill University, Montreal, March, 1989.

Carnevale, F.A.  Shock in children. Proceedings from Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions.  Montreal, October, 1988.

**Carnevale, F.A.  Creating a supportive environment for the child and family in the ICU. Proceedings from the Third International Intensive Care Nursing Conference.  Montreal, August, 1988.

Carnevale, F.A. & Malowany, A. Development of a patient data management system in a pediatric intensive care unit. Proceedings from the Third International Intensive Care Nursing Conference. Montreal, August, 1988.

**Carnevale, F.A.  Nursing the acutely ill child.  (29 page workbook) Burnaby: Critical Care Consultants, 1987.

Carnevale, F.A.  Development of the behavioral anxiety rating scale: Pediatric intensive care unit.  Proceedings from The Second International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of The Child and Family, McGill University/Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, March, 1987.

**Carnevale, F.A.  The assessment and management of pain in children.  Proceedings from Dynamics Of Critical Care'86, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention.  Toronto, September, 1986.

**Carnevale, F.A. The McGill model in practice: Intensive care. Proceedings from a Professional Approach to Nursing Practice: The McGill Model. McGill University School of Nursing/Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, October, 1985.

**Carnevale, F.A. Reye's syndrome. Proceedings from Perspectives In Critical Care, Canadian Association of  Critical Care Nurses Second National Teaching Institute. Toronto. April, 1985.

**Carnevale, F.A.  Barbiturate coma in children.  Proceedings from Perspectives In Critical Care, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Second National Teaching Institute. Toronto. April, 1985.

Carnevale, F.A.  The influence of nursing approach upon parents in the pediatric intensive care unit.  Proceedings from The First Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of The Child and Family, McGill University/ Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, March, 1984.

Invited as Visiting Professor (International)

Upcoming: Invited Visiting Professor, Anna Nery School of Nursing, Rio de Janeiro Federal University (Departamento de Enfermagem Fundamental da Escola de Enfermagem Anna Nery da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2011.

Invited Visiting Professor, Anna Nery School of Nursing, Rio de Janeiro Federal University (Departamento de Enfermagem Fundamental da Escola de Enfermagem Anna Nery da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2009.

Invited Visiting Professor, Anna Nery School of Nursing, Rio de Janeiro Federal University (Departamento de Enfermagem Fundamental da Escola de Enfermagem Anna Nery da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 2007.

Invited Visiting Professor, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

Invited Visiting Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine. Baltimore, March 1995.

 

 

Paper Presentations

International Audience (invited conference paper)

 Nursing ethical foundations and patient safety. Patient autonomy and the paradigm of patient safety. Presented at the 1st Nursing Forum of the Conselho Regional de Enfermagem de São Paulo (COREN-SP) (Sao Paulo Regional Nursing Council), May 2010.

The critically ill newborn: Ethical aspects. Presented at the Italian Neonatal Intensive Care Congress, Verona, Italy, March 2010.

Problèmes poses pas l’arrêt de la nutrition et de l’hydratation en soins palliatifs pédiatriques (presented with Denis Oriot). Presented at 4e Congres francophone en soins palliatifs pédiatriques, October 2009.

Ethical issues in pediatric and neonatal intensive care. Presented at the Annual Congress of the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care, Verona, Italy, June 2009.

Nursing  knowledge as a social action: Limits and possibilities (closing keynote address). Promoting social justice through qualitative research: An emerging ethical priority. Presented at the 15th National Symposium on Nursing Research of the Brazilian Nursing Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2009. Visiting Professor.

Children’s and adolescents’ rights in research: ethical and methodological issues. Presented at the International Symposium on Child & Adolescent Health Research, Anna Nery School of Nursing, Rio de Janeiro Federal University (Departamento de Enfermagem Fundamental da Escola de Enfermagem Anna Nery da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2009.

Listening to the voice of the child. Presented at 2nd Congress of the European Academy of Pediatrics, Nice, France, October 2008.

Qualitative research methodology (with Mary Ellen Macdonald). Existential challenges and whole person care: Implications for palliative medicine and other areas of nursing and medical practice

Presented at 17th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, September 2008.

Life-support decisions in the neonatal intensive care unit. Invited plenary paper. Care” orientate sulla famiglia (Family-cenered care).  Presented at the Italian Neonatal Intensive Care Congress, Verona, Italy, February 2008.

Regard sur la responsabilité médicale dans le cas de maladies critiques chez les enfants en France. Presented at Anthropologie des Cultures Globalisées : Terrains complexes et enjeux disciplinaires, Quebec City, November 2007.

Moral agency in children. Presented at Brazil and Brainhood Project meeting, Instituto de Medicina Social da Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro (Social Medicine Institute, State University of Rio de Janeiro), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 2007.

Bioethics; Nursing Research. Departamento de Enfermagem Fundamental da Escola de Enfermagem Anna Nery da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Anna Nery School of Nursing, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 2007.

Pediatric Nursing in the Canadian National Health Care System (Opening keynote address).

Children with special health care needs: challenges for nursing care (Preconference course).

Presented at Second Brazilian Congress of Pediatric Nurses. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 2007.

Changing roles of nurses and parents in end-of-life decisions. Nursing year in review: Nursing research around the globe. Meet the journal editors. Presented at the 5th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care, Geneva, June 2007.

Procédé décisionnel en fin de vie. Recherche infirmière: modèles existant et creation d’un groupe de chercheurs francophones. Presented at the Symposium infirmiers de langue française, Geneva, June 2007.

The experience of families with children with special health care needs. Presented at The National Experts’ Conference on The Medical Home Model for Children After Life-Threatening Illness or Injury, sponsored by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (National Institutes of Health), Bethesda, Maryland, March 2007.

Ethique et Réanimation Pédiatrique: Vue des équipes soignantes - l'expérience canadienne. Presented at Formation aux Soins de Réanimation Pédiatrique: Congrès Infirmier Pédiatrie of La Société de Réanimation de Langue Française and Le Groupement Francophone de Réanimation et d’Urgences Pédiatriques, Paris, January 2007.

Implication des parents dans les decisions de fin de vie en reanimation pédiatrique: qui doit decider? Presented at the 3e Congrès en soins palliatifs pédiatriques, Montreal, September 2006.

The moral experience of families with children requiring assisted-ventilation at home. Presented at The 10th International Child Neurology Congress, Montreal, June 2006.

Résultats de l’enquete multicentrique franco-québecoise sur la charge morale pour les parents dans la participation aux prises de decision concernant leur enfant en situation critique. Presented at L’Espace éthique de l’Assistance Publique des Hopitaux de Paris, Paris, May 2006.

Implication des parents dans les decisions de fin de vie en reanimation pédiatrique: qui doit decider? Presented at Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Lille, Lille, France, May 2006.

Autonomie et compétence de l’enfant : les principes et leur application pour la communication avec l’enfant et sa famille en cas de maladie grave ou de soins palliatifs. Presented at the Module de pédiatrie du Diplôme Inter Universitaire de Soins Palliatifs, Université Paris VI, Paris, April 2005.

Parental responsibility for life-support decisions. Presented at the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October 2004.

Weaning of sedation and analgesia. Presented at the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October 2004.

Avoiding family-induced stress: Effective strategies for staff working with families. Presented at the 29th Australian & New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care. Melbourne, Australia, October 2004.

La décision du passage en soins palliatifs: élaboration des décisions de limitation ou d’arrêt de traitements en soins intensifs. Presented at the 2e congrès en soins palliatifs pédiatriques, Montreal, September 2003.

Helping patients emotionally survive the ICU. Presented at the 4th World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Boston, June 2003.

Where do we need to improve end-of-life practices? Presented at the 4th World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Boston, June 2003.

Meet the experts: Different places – Parents and clinicians. Panel presentation at the 4th World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Boston, June 2003.

Listening to children’s voices: The socio-cultural foundations of child health. Invited keynote paper presented at Health Care in a complex world: An international research conference – Second International Nursing Research Conference, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, Toronto, May 2001.

Ethical dilemmas – a North American nursing perspective from Canada. Presented at the 3rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, June 2000.

Death and bereavement - Family support. Presented at the 3rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, June 2000.

Une étude qualitative sur le stresse chez les infirmières. Presented at Un pas ver l’avenir – Pre – Congress day for the the 3rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, June 2000.

A Canadian perspective on end-of-life care in the PICU. Presented at Panel Symposium: International Perspectives – End-of-Life Issues for the Critically Ill Child at the National Teaching Institute of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, New Orleans, May 1999.

Processus décisionnel lors d'un problème éthique. Presented at The XVIIIe journées de la société française des infirmiers en soins intensifs, Paris, France, January 1999.

Existential/Transcendent issues for dying children. Presented at the 12th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, September 1998.

Family-centered care: Research models. Presented at the First International Congress on Pediatric Nursing, Amsterdam, August 1998.

'Good' medicine: Ethics and life-support decisions. Ethics seminar presented at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

The psychological impact of critical illness on children and families. Medical Grand Rounds, presented at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

Terminal sedation & end-of-life care. Joint pediatric intensive care medicine/neonatal medicine seminar, presented at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

Talking with parents about death. Department of Pediatrics seminar (for residents and medical students) presented at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

Stress & tension among clinical caregivers. Multidisciplinary seminar presented at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

Stress and ethics. Multidisciplinary seminar presented at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1998.

Psychological outcomes in children after intensive care. Presented at the 4th Australian & New Zealand Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Conference, Hobart, Australia, October 1997.

Ethics and paediatric intensive care: Cross cultural controversies. Presented at the 4th Australian & New Zealand Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Conference, Hobart, Australia, October 1997.

Striving to care: Supporting patients' families and peers in critical care. Presented at a seminar of the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses, Melbourne, Australia, October 1997.

Is there a science to ethics? Presented at the 7th World Congress of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Ottawa, July 1997.

Ethical dilemmas at the bedside. Presented at 4th Annual Excellence in Pediatric Nursing Conference, All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida, May 1997.

Pain and sedation: Daily nursing care. Postgraduate course presented at The 2nd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 1996.

Nursing education programs: From pathophysiology to bedside care. Postgraduate course presented at The 2nd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 1996.

Computers in critical care nursing, do we save time? Presented at The 2nd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 1996.

Round table presentation on ethics (plenary). Presented at The 2nd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 1996.

Stress in families of critically ill children (plenary). Presented at The Congress of The European Society of Pediatric Intensive Care (Nursing). Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 1996.

Practice-based nursing research. Presented at The Congress of The European Society of Pediatric Intensive Care (Nursing). Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 1996.

The experience of families of critically ill children. Presented at Pediatric Grand Rounds (invited visiting professor), University of Maryland School of Medicine. Baltimore, March 1995.

Factors influencing stress in nursing. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds (invited visiting professor), University of Maryland School of Medicine. Baltimore, March 1995.

A phenomenology of suffering in children. Presented at 10th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, September 1994.

Computer applications in critical care nursing. Presented at The 6th World Congress on Intensive and Critical Care Medicine & 28th Congress of The Spanish Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Madrid, Spain, June 1993.

Families of critically ill children. Access and participation of parents. Presented at The 19th Annual Congress of The Spanish Society of Intensive Care Nurses. Madrid, Spain, June 1993.

Nursing the critically ill child: The state of the art. Presented at The 6th World Congress on Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Madrid, Spain, June 1993.

A phenomenological sense of empathic care: The dialogue of technique and human relationality in healing. Presented (with D.S. Schultz, Ph.D.) at A Conference on Empathic expertise: Gender, ethics, and the therapeutic relationship, Sponsored by The Institute for Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, March 1992.

Creating a supportive environment for the child and family in the pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at The 26th Annual Conference of The Association for The Care of Children’s Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1991.

What happens to thinking in a computerized system? Presented at High Tech Caring: An International Scientific and Educational Conference for Nurses on Caring and Technology, Montreal, October 1990.

Caring for the family of a dying child. Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Fairbanks, Alaska, April 1990.

Communication skills for working with critically ill children and families. Presented at Focus on Critical Kids, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Fairbanks- North Star Chapter conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, April 1990.

The sky's the limit: The empowerment of nurses. Presented at Focus on Critical Kids, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Fairbanks-North Star Chapter conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, April 1990.

High technology and humanity for intensive care. Presented at The 5th World Congress on Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Kyoto, Japan, September 1989.

Education of nursing specialists. Presented at The 5th World Congress on Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Kyoto, Japan, September 1989.

Psychological and social support systems. Presented at The 5th World Congress on Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Kyoto, Japan, September 1989.

Creating a supportive environment for the child and family in the ICU.  Presented at Critical Care Knows No Borders: Third International Intensive Care Nursing Conference, Montreal, August 1988.

International Audience (conference paper accepted by peer review)

(With Bibeau, G.) Determining which child will live or die in France: The doctor as the societal moral authority? Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Anthropology Association, Washington, D.C., December 2005.

(With Macdonald, M.E.) Critically caring: Displacing and re-placing parenthood in a pediatric intensive cre unit. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Anthropology Association, Washington, D.C., December 2005.

(With Macdonald, M.E.) Qualitative health research and the “Illumination Test”: Answering the “So What?” with qualitative inquiry. Presented at The First International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois, May 2005.

The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home. Presented at the 10th International Conference on Home Mechanical Ventilation, Lyon, France, April 2005.

Reconciling Clashing Epistemologies: Confronting the Strangeness of “Cultural Competency” in Pediatric Medicine. Presented at the annual conference of the American Anthropology Association, Atlanta, December 2004.

(With Alexander, E.) The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home. Presented at the 10th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, November 2004.

(With Bécherraz, M.). Significations des expériences de réconfort pour la personne hospitalisée en santé mentale et pour l’infirmière qui en prend soin. Presented at the Annual Conference of the International Association for Human Caring, Montreal, June 2004.

(With Macdonald, M.E.) Understanding the Strange and the Familiar in Pediatric Medicine. Presented at the Northeast Regional Medical Anthropology Conference, Montreal, April  2004.

Listening to the voice of the child: Moral agency and children. Presented at the joint conference of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities/Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, October 2003.

How do you know what you know? An epistemological analysis of diagnostic reasoning in pediatric critical care. Presented at the 9th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium: Clinical Care of the Child and Family. Montreal, April 2002.

Parental responsibility in life-support decisions for children: A comparative study between Montreal and Paris. Presented at the 3rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, June 2000.

Current advances in the management of congenital heart disease. Presented at the National Teaching Institute of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, New Orleans, May 1999.

Withdrawal reactions following the cessation of opioids and benzodiazepines in critically ill children. Presented at the First International Congress on Pediatric Nursing, Amsterdam, August 1998.

Life support decisions for critically ill children: Challenging the utility of futility. Presented at the 7th World Congress of Intensive & Critical Care Medicine, Ottawa, July 1997.

Seeking a thicker view of bioethics. Presented at The 11th International Congress on Care of The Terminally Ill, Montreal, September 1996.

Toward a cultural conception of the self. Presented at The International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, August 1996.

Narratives of unmaking and remaking: The experience of critically ill children.  Presented at The International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, August 1996.

Narratives of affliction and renewal: The experience of critically ill children. Presented at the 6th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium. McGill University, Montreal, March 1995.

Family transitions following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at The 9th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, October 1992.

The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at The 11th International Congress of Group Psychotherapy, Montreal, August 1992.

The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at the Second International Family Nursing Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 1991.

The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at The Fourth International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family, McGill University, Montreal, April 1991.

Development of a patient data management system in a pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at High Tech Caring: An International Scientific and Educational Conference for Nurses on Caring and Technology, Montreal, October 1990.

Development of a patient data management system in a pediatric intensive care unit.  Presented at Third International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family, McGill University, Montreal, March 1989.

Stressors and coping strategies among parents of critically ill children. Presented at 7th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, October 1988.

Behavioral rating of anxiety in parents of critically ill children.  Presented at 7th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, October 1988.

Development of the behavioral anxiety rating scales: Pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at The Second International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care Of The Child And Family, Montreal, March 1987.

The influence of nursing approach upon parents in the pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at The International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care Of The Child And Family, Montreal, March 1984.



National Audience (invited conference paper)

Ethnographic methods in health care spaces for kids. Presented at Doing research with kids: Designs, dilemmas & directions 3D workshop, Bloorview Research Institute, Toronto, October 2009.

Soins palliatifs en contexte interculturel: comment aborder les dilemmes éthiques? (plenary paper) Soigner en pédiatrie : repères éthiques. Presented at Annual Congress of the Réseau de soins palliatifs du Québec, Montreal, April 2009.

Future Trends and Directions in Nursing Ethics. Invited plenary paper. Ethical Implications of Culture in the Delivery of Care. Invited paper presentations at Ethically Speaking – The Moral Dilemmas of Nursing Leadership and Practice: McGill Nursing Explorations Series, Montreal, October 2008.

What is a “Good Nurse” supposed to do? Ethics, Responsibility and Advocacy in Critical Care Nursing. Invited plenary paper presentation at Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, Montreal, September 2008.

Ethical challenges in pediatric critical care. Invited plenary paper. Bioethics panel discussion – invited panelist. Invited to present at Critical Caring - Speaking out for sick kids: 4th Pediatric Critical Care Symposium for Pediatric Health Care Professionals, Toronto, June 2008.

Invited panel discussant for Canadian Family Advisory Network annual conference (in conjunction with Canadian Association of Pediatric Health Centres), Montreal, October 2007.

Implications des parents dans les décisions de fin de vie en réanimation pédiatrique : qui doit décider ? Invited plenary for Colloque de bioéthique - L’éthique du soin a son zénith : enfants, adolescents, intervenants, Université de Montréal, September 2007.

Impact de la culture sur la prise de décisions (with Sylvie Fortin). Invited to present at L’éthique aux soins intensifs pédiatriques en 2007 – un défi de taille, CHU Sainte-Justine/Université de Montréal, September 2007.

Examining qualitative evidence. Invited to present at Summer Institute of Pain in Child Health: A CIHR Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research, Val-Morin, Quebec, May 2007.

The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home: Implications for ethical norms. Presented at The Ethics of Home and Community Care for Children, panel presentation organized by The Children and Youth Home Care Network (Canada), Toronto, February 2006.

Ethical issues in the use of invasive therapies. Presented at Annual Conference of the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusionists, Montreal, October 2005.

Family-centred care in the PICU. Vidoeconference, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Teaching Session, British Columbia Children’s Hospital, June 2005.

The moral experience of families with children requiring assisted home ventilation. Presented at the Children and Youth Home Care Network Forum, Banff, February 2005.

Invited discussant for Teaching Against the Grain: Qualitative Research in the Health Science Workshop. Directed by J. Eakin & E. Mykhalovsky. CIHR-funded, Toronto, October 2004.

Striving to care (keynote address). Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association, Montreal, January 2004.

Palliative care research: Patient as object (The clinician’s point of view). Panel presentation at The National Conference of Hospice Palliative Care, Quebec City, June, 2003.

A conception of the moral agency of children. Presented at the VIII Nursing Philosophical Conference - Philosophy in the nurse’s world: Philosophy, Ethics, and Politics. Banff, Canada. May 2003.

Sociocultural diversity and the voice of the child. Invited keynote paper presented at the Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2002.

“Please do everything you can” - Ethical dilemmas in children at the end-of-life. Presented at Medical Grand Rounds, BC Children’s and Women’s Hospital, Vancouver, October 2002.

Striving to care: embracing the moral foundations of nursing (keynote address). Presented at Moving Caring into the New Millennium, Caring Conference of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Toronto, April 1999.

Ethics, nursing & modern health care: Recognizing the moral dilemmas of nursing. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, February 1999.

Ethical decision-Making: An interdisciplinary approach to ethical issues; How to explore end-of-life decisions with families; Knowledge of philosophy for addressing ethical dilemmas. Presented at conference Ethical Dimensions of Health Care Practice, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa, November 1998; repeated November 1999.

Nursing ethics - Reconciling moral distress in neuroscience nursing. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses, Montreal, June 1998.

Ethics, nursing, and urology (keynote address). Presented at The Annual Conference of The Urology Nurses of Canada, Montreal, September 1996.

Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at The First Canadian Pediatric Nursing Conference. Halifax, June 1996.

Escalating Demands: The Ethics and Stress of Making Choices (Opening Keynote). Presented at The Winnipeg Children’s Hospital Annual Pediatric Nursing Conference. Winnipeg, January 1996.

Pain in children: Does it have to hurt so much? Presented at The Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. Quebec City, October 1995.

Family-centred care in a pediatric ICU. Presented at The Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. Quebec City, October 1995.

"I want to help people": Stress and ethical tensions in nursing. Presented at the Annual Meeting of The Nova Scotia Pediatric Nurses Group, Halifax, June 1995.

"Striving to care": A study of stress in nursing. Presented at the annual meeting of the Ontario Pediatric Nurses Interest Group, Kingston, Ontario, May 1995.

"I want to help people": Ethical tensions in everyday nursing (closing keynote). Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (Quebec). Montreal, April 1995.

Looking ahead to what the future will hold for families (closing keynote address). Presented at Families of children with cancer: Caring and compassion; International Convention of The Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation Canada, Halifax, July 1994.

Supporting a family following the death of a child. National teleconference presentation sponsored by Telemedicine Canada, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, December 1992.

On the cutting edge: Achieving and surpassing excellence (closing keynote). Presented at Dynamics 92, Annual Convention of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, Halifax, September 1992.

Cognitive strategies for pain management in children. Presented at The Annual Meeting of The Canadian Pain Society, Montreal, May 1992.

Creating a climate for excellence in nursing. Presented at Health Conference '91. Sponsored by the British Columbia Health Association, British Columbia Medical Association, Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia, Vancouver, November 1991.

Creating a supportive environment for patients, families, and staff. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, November 1991.

Nursing the child in respiratory failure. Presented at The 3rd Annual Clinical Symposium: Emergencies in a Community Hospital, Sponsored by Credit Valley Hospital, Toronto, October 1991.

Nursing the traumatized child. Presented at The 3rd Annual Clinical Symposium: Emergencies in a Community Hospital, Sponsored by Credit Valley Hospital, Toronto, October 1991.

What happens to thinking in a computerized system? National teleconference presentation sponsored by Telemedicine Canada, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, April 1991.

Caring for the child with fluid and electrolyte imbalance. Presented at The 8th Annual Conference of The Pediatric Nurses' Group of The Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia, Vancouver, April 1991.

Caring for the child with respiratory dysfunction. Presented at The 8th Annual Conference of The Pediatric Nurses' Group of The Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia, Vancouver, April 1991.

Stressors affecting clinical decision making. Presented at The 8th Annual Conference of The Pediatric Nurses' Group of The Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia, Vancouver, April 1991.

Promoting nursing development in an acute care setting. Presented at The National Conference of The Canadian University Nursing Students Association, Montreal, January 1991.

Strategies for family care giving. Presented at Children and Families: Coping with Chronic Illness, IWK Children’s Hospital Annual Pediatric Nursing Conference, Halifax, October 1990.

Transdisciplinary issues in family care giving. Presented at multidisciplinary seminar at Izaak Walton Killam Children’s Hospital, Halifax, October 1990.

Establishing collaborative management in an intensive care unit. Presented at The Annual Conference of The Canadian Association of Pediatric Hospitals, Montreal, October 1990.

Mentorship in nursing: A professional issue. Presented at Surmounting Challenge: Courage, Compassion, Commitment; Dynamics of Critical Care, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Edmonton, September 1990.

Helping nurses help others. Presented at Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, September 1990.

Valuing health in an intensive care setting. Presented at Valuing Nursing: Valuing Health, Canadian Nurses Association Biennial Convention, Calgary, June 1990.

The Child in hospital (keynote address).  Presented at Pediatric Extended Care Unit Conference:  Care of the Chronically Ill "The Long Journey Home", Health Sciences Center, Winnipeg Children's Hospital, Winnipeg, November 1989.

Feelings in children: Depression, fears, anxieties. Presented at Pediatric Extended Care Unit Conference: Care of the Chronically Ill "The Long Journey Home", Health Sciences Center, Winnipeg Children's Hospital, Winnipeg, November 1989.

The sky's the limit (closing keynote).  Presented at Professional Power: Personal Impact, Dynamics of Critical Care; Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses annual convention, Ottawa, September 1989.

Forum on certification: A panel discussion.  Presented at Professional Power: Personal Impact, Dynamics of Critical Care; Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses annual convention, Ottawa, September 1989.

Stress, coping, and adaptation among nurses.  Presented at Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, April 1987.

The assessment and management of pain in children.  Presented at Dynamics in Critical Care'86, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Toronto, September 1986.

The future of computers in nursing.  Presented at The National Convention of The Canadian Association of Neurological and Neurosurgical Nurses, Montreal, June 1985.

Reye's syndrome: A nursing challenge. Presented at Perspectives in Critical Care, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Second National Teaching Institute, Toronto, April 1985.

Barbiturate coma in children.  Presented at Perspectives in Critical Care, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Second National Teaching Institute, Toronto, April 1985.



National Audience (conference paper accepted by peer review) 

Examining childhood death as a moral concern. Presented at the Annual Congress of the Canadian Anthropological Society (CASCA), Montreal, June 2010.

Est-ce que la souffrance peut être évaluée par autrui?  Santé des migrants et leurs enfants : les défis éthiques. Presented at 78e Congres de l’Acfas, Montreal, May 2010.

(With Razack, S., Steinert, Y., Macdonald, M.E., & Tellier, P-P.) Caring for a diverse diversity: Reconciling cultural, socioeconomic, and sexual difference in medical education. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Ottawa, September 2006.

Enclaves of early 20th century Italian culture in Montreal. Presented at the Annual Congress of the Canadian Anthropological Society, Montreal, May 2006.

(With Razack, S., & Macdonald, M.E.) Training in a multicultural society: Promoting cultural competence in residency programs. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Ottawa, September 2004.

Life support decisions for critically ill children. Presented at 7th Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium, McGill University, Montreal Children's Hospital, April 1997.

The utility of futility: The construction of bioethical problems. Presented at the Annual Conference of The Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, October 1996.

Ethics in practice: Listening to nurses' voices (with Patricia Rodney and Janet Storch). Workshop presented at the Annual Conference of The Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, October 1996.

Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of sedation and analgesia. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. Quebec City, October 1995.

The experience of families of critically ill children: A family systems perspective. Presented at The Third International Family Nursing Conference, Montreal, May 1994.

Development of an automated bedside nursing workstation. Presented at the 16th Annual Conference of The Canadian Association for Advancement of Computers in Health, Toronto, April 1991.



Local Audience (invited paper)

Ethical issues at the end of life. Presented at a Montreal Italian community forum organized by Santa Cabrini Hospital, Montreal, October 2009.

Lumière sur les enjeux ethniques. Presented at Les enjeux ethniques du travail clinique auprès des migrants à statut précaire, Centre de sante et de services sociaux de la Montagne, January 2010.

Prise in compte de la diversité dans l’éthique clinique. Presented at Rendez-vous interculturel -  Conference sponsored by the Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal, September 2009.

Le retour de la notion de <race> en science. En clinique aussi? Presented at the Symposium of the Journal L’Autre: Racismes et rapports de pouvoir dans l’espace clinique, Hôpital Sainte-Justine, Montreal, February 2009.

Le savoir clinique: une richesse a connaitre. Presented at the annual conference of The Child, Youth and Family Health Network, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, October 2008.

Panel Discussant: Weighing in on Standardized Criteria for Reviewing Qualitative Research & Mentoring Students in Research Methodologies that go “Against the Grain” of Conventional Health Research; Closing Remarks, Presented at Ensuring Quality in Qualitative Health Research, McGill University Conference, April 2007.

Cultural Competency: Evidence, Models & Frameworks for Improved Health Outcomes. Presented at Faculty Development Workshop Educating for Cultural Awareness: Avoiding stereotypes, assumptions and other traps, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, February 2007.

For the good of the child: Ethical issues in the care of children. Presented at Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Montreal, June 2006.

Les enjeux culturels au niveau des soins intensifs pédiatriques. Invited to present at Les conférences-midi du Centre de recherche et de formation, Centre de santé et de services sociaux de la Montagne, Montreal, April 2006. 

Moral experience of families with children requiring assisted ventilation. Presented at Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, March 2006.

Moral experience of families with children requiring assisted ventilation at home. Presented at Newborn Medicine Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, January 2006.

Le vécu moral des familles avec des enfants ventilo-assisté à domicile. Presented at monthly seminars of l’Unité de pédiatrie interculturelle, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Université de Montréal, December 2005.

An analysis of the socio-moral context underlying medical decision-making for children. Presentation at Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Grant Workshop on Children, Family, and the State (directed by Daniel Weinstock), Université de Montréal/McGill University, December 2005.

Commentary for seminar presentation by Dr. Denis Oriot: Societal influence on end-of-life decisions for newborns in France. Biomedical Ethics Unit, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, December 2005.

The struggles of physicians in France as societal moral agents. Presented at the Centre de recherché en éthique de l’université de Montréal, Montreal, October 2005.

The Ethics of Consent: Lessons learned from a study of children requiring assisted ventilation at home. Presented jointly at Medical Grand Rounds and the conference The Ethics of Consent: Complex Ethical Issues Surrounding Consent and The Care of Children. Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, November 2004.

Striving to collaborate: The ethics of power in nursing care. Presented at Nursing Explorations: The collaborative partnership – A delicate balance, McGill University, Montreal, October 2003.

Pediatrics and ethics: What about the voice of the child? Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, May 2003.

Le savoir infirmier: une richesse à reconnaitre (keynote address). Annual Conference of l’Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec, Montreal, November 2003.

Who decides for a child – Parents or health professionals. Community lecture presented at West Island Ethics Series, Montreal, October 2003.

La rencontre bioéthique – un happening interdisciplinaire. Panel presentation at Le savoir bioéthique: un levier pour mieux decider (bioethics conference), Université de Montréal, May 2003.

Panel Discussion: Ethics of HIV research in the developing world. Presented at Medical Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, Montreal, March 2000.

Responsible nursing: Lessons learned from the Manitoba Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Inquest. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, Montreal, February 2000.

L’éthique à l’aube du nouveau millénaire : l’engagement de l’infirmière. Presented at The Annual Convention of L’Association québécoise des infirmières en oncologie, Montreal, April 1999.

Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at Nursing Rounds, Montreal Neurological Hospital, November 1998.

Panel discussant at Progress in Ethics and Nursing Practice Conference, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, October 1998.

A narrative of suffering and comfort. Presented at The Joan Gilchrist Nursing Exploration Series, McGill University, Montreal, September 1998.

De l'aspect juridique a l'aspect moral: reconnaître la dimension culturelle de l’éthique en soins palliatifs. Presented at the 8e congres annuel de l’association québécoise de soins palliatifs, Montréal, June 1998.

Caring in a high-tech environment. Keynote address presented at Isobel MacLeod Conference, Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, May 1998.

Striving to care: Nursing, ethics and critical care. Keynote address presented at Annual Conference of the Ottawa Region Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, Ottawa, April 1998.

Ethics, nursing, and modern health care. Presented at annual speaker’s event of the McGill University Master of Nursing Science Colleagueship, Montreal, March 1998.

Alternative therapies and nursing ethics. Presented at the regional conference of the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association, Montreal, November 1997.

Le dilemme éthique: La réconciliation des différences culturelles. Seminar presented at Semaine de l’infirmière, Hôpital Sainte-Justine, Montréal, May 1997.

Toward a morally deeper care of the terminally ill. Presented at Palliative Care Rounds, Palliative Care McGill, McGill University, Montreal, April 1997.

Clinical commentary on 'futility' and clinical care. Presented at 'Moral Traps - Medical Futility in the Context of Scarce Resources,' Annual Clinical Ethics Symposium, Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University, Montreal, April 1997.

A defense of qualitative research. Participated in debate 'Should nursing phenomena be measured? A debate on the issues of quantitative and qualitative methods.'  Research Colloquium Series, McGill School of Nursing, Montreal, February 1997.

Ethics: Cross-cultural controversies. Presented at weekly seminar series, Adolescent Medicine and Gynecology Program, McGill University/Montreal Children’s Hospital, February 1997.

Dilemmes éthiques: la réconciliation des différences culturelles. Presented at Les journées pédiatrie: Urgences graves et soins intensifs pédiatriques, Université de Montréal/Hôpital Sainte-Justine, Montréal, December 1996.

Culture and modern health care: Confronting our own 'beliefs'  & 'rituals.' Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, December 1996.

Ethics and pediatric intensive care: Cross-cultural controversies. Presented at Medical Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, October 1996.

Ethical issues in pediatric critical care. Presented at The Annual Meeting of The Pediatric Travel Club (an association of distinguished leaders in pediatric medicine), Montreal, September 1996.

Please do everything you can: Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders. Presented at the conference Reasoning About Care: Issues in Pediatric Ethics. McGill University/Montreal Children’s Hospital. December 1995.

Suffering. Presented at the Meaning in Chronic Illness and Nursing Practice Research Conference, Montreal General Hospital, November 1995.

Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at The Quebec Regional Conference of The Canadian Nursing Students’ Association, Montreal, November 1995.

Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal General Hospital, October 1995.

Ethics: In a nurse's voice. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, September 1995.

High technology and humanity in intensive care: Finding a balance (opening keynote). Presented at the Annual Critical Care Conference. Kingston, Ontario, May 1995.

To search for medical futility (with C. Eliott & C. Weijer). Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, April 1995.

Striving to care: A qualitative study of stress in nursing. Presented at the McGill School of Nursing Research Colloquium Series, Montreal, October 1994.

Suffering. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, November 1993.

Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, November 1993.

What is it like to be a nurse? A study of stress in nursing. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, April 1993.

Imagery, relaxation, and hypnosis: Strategies for comforting physical and mental pain. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, November 1992.

Système expert de surveillance de signes vitaux. Presented (with C. Collet) at Le transfert  technologique au cœur des stratégies organisationnelles: Colloque présenté par Le Centre francophone de recherche en informatisation des organisations, Quebec City, October 1992.

The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at The Academic Program For Homecoming '92, Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, July 1992.

Children's storybooks. Presented at The Academic Program For Homecoming '92, Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, July 1992.

Ensuring excellence in critical care (opening keynote). Presented at The Annual Conference of The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (Montreal Chapter), Montreal, June 1992.

Cultivating a climate for excellence (opening keynote). Presented at The Quebec Post Anesthesia Nurses' Association Convention, Montreal, May 1992.

The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, April 1992.

The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at Medical Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, January 1992.

High technology and humanity: Finding a balance. Presented at The Registered Nurses Association of Ontario: Eastern Region seminar, Hawkesbury, Ontario, June 1991.

Information management in nursing care (keynote address). Presented at The Use of Computers in Clinical Medicine, The McGill-IBM Cooperative Project, Montreal, May 1991.

Children's storybooks. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, November 1990.

Computers in critical care: Wait till you see what's coming. Presented at The Third Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal Children's Hospital, May 1990.

Children's storybooks. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, January 1990.

The nurse as "interpreter" of illness. Presented at Challenge 2000, 23rd Provincial Conference of Operating Room Nurses of Quebec, Laval, October 1989.

Preserving nursing autonomy in transdisciplinary practice (opening speaker). Presented at Defining the Nursing Mandate: Myths and Realities, 10th Nursing Explorations, McGill University, Montreal, September 1989.

Computers in nursing: What's on the horizon? Presented at the Management Nurses Network dinner, United Management Nurses Inc., Montreal, March 1989.

The computer as an aid to nursing in the NICU. Presented at Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing: On the Threshold of the 90’s. The Organization for Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nurses (NAACOG) Conference, Montreal, December 1988.

Computers in nursing: What’s on the Horizon?  Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, December 1988.

Clinical ethics case presentation.  Presented at Ethical Process in Decision-Making for Imperiled Infants and Children, Montreal, October 1988.

Parental reactions to critical illness.  Presented at Medical Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, June 1988. 

Changing roles in the profession. Presented at Nursing Power And Potential, sponsored by the McGill Masters of Nursing Colleagueship, McGill University, January 1988.

Family nursing in the intensive care setting.  Presented at Nursing Explorations - Collaboration: Networks that work, School of Nursing, McGill University, September 1987.

A description of stressors and coping strategies among parents in the PICU.  Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, September 1987.

Stressors and coping responses among nurses.  Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, June 1987.

The impact of night shift upon the lives of PICU nurses.  Presented at Dusk to Dawn: How does night shift affect nurses' lives, a Nursing Grand Rounds presentation by the PICU staff, Montreal Children's Hospital, April 1987.

Computer applications in nursing. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, April 1986.

Clinical ethics intervention: Panel discussion. Medical Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, November 1985.

The McGill model in practice: Intensive care.  Presented at A Professional Approach to Nursing Practice: The McGill Model, McGill University School of Nursing, Montreal, October 1985.

Computers in nursing practice.  Presented at the Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing (Quebec Region) General Assembly, Montreal, October 1985.

Caring in nursing.  Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, September 1985.

The sexual stereotyping of nursing: Reflections of "A male nurse". Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, September 1986.

On grief and bereavement. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, November 1984.

Clinical preceptors in nursing: An approach to peer education. Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, June 1984.

Implementing primary nursing in the intensive care setting. Presented at Primary Nursing Seminar, Montreal General Hospital, June 1984.

Clinical preceptors in nursing.  Presented at Every Nurse Is An Educator, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, May 1984.

Computers in nursing.  Presented at Current Concepts in Neonatal Care, The Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Montreal, May 1984.

Primary nursing in the intensive care unit.  Presented at Perspectives On Primary Nursing (keynote speaker Marie Manthey), 7th annual Faye Fox Educational Day, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, November 1983.

The family in the intensive care unit. Nursing Grand Rounds, Montreal Children's Hospital, November 1983.

The influence of nursing in the intensive care setting.  Presented at Caring and Support: A Focus for Nursing, sponsored by the Montreal Children's Hospital, October 1982.



Local Audience – Other Presentations (* = conference paper accepted by peer review)

Ethical considerations in the context of diversity. Presented at Reasonable Accommodation: What are the ethical issues for pediatrics, Annual Ethics Conference, Montreal Children’s Hospital, December 2009.

DNR orders in the operating room. Presented (with Kathleen Glass) at Pediatric Surgical Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, November 2009.

Where do we go from here? The Montreal Children’s Hospital policy on resuscitative measures. Presented at annual conference on pediatric ethics: Ethical Decision-Making in Pediatric Resuscitation. Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, December 2008.

Understanding the cultural lives of adolescents. Presented at the conference Ethical issues in the care of adolescents. Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, January 2008.

*The social status of critically-ill children and their parents & Charles Taylor’s Social Imaginaries. Presented at the colloquium Refractions of modernity: Charles Taylor on contemporary culture. McGill University, November 2006.

What role do parents want to play in treatment decision-making? Findings from a multi-site study.

Presented at the conference Best interests of the child: Who decides? Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, November 2006.

Parent-Staff Communication in Pediatric Critical Care: Preliminary Findings From a Multi-Site Study. Presented at the conference Truth-telling in Pediatrics: The whole truth and nothing but the truth? Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, November 2005.

Determining which child will live or die in France. Seminar presentation, Biomedical Ethics Unit, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, September 2005.

L’expérience morale des familles avec des enfants ventilo-assisté à domicile: Implication pour les normes éthiques. Presentation organized by the McGill University Health Centre Quebec Home ventilation Program, Montreal, June 2004.

What do children and parents have to say? Presented at the conference Out of bounds? Dealing with demands for nonstandard care. Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, December 2003.

Moral binds and conflicts of interests: Ethical considerations for innovative therapies. Presented at Giving Peter back what Paul took? Reasserting Ethical Values in the Context of Scarce Resources. Annual Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University Ethics conference, November 2002.

A report from consultations with ‘front line’ caregivers, administrators, and parents. Presented at Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: Ethics in the Context of Scarce Resources. Annual conference on pediatric ethics, Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, December 2001.

The 'in-between' moral dilemmas of nurses. Presented at conference Children and life support: Confronting the Ethical Controversies, Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, Montreal, December 1998.

Young adults look back: Revisiting their pediatric care. Presented videotaped interviews with two former pediatric patients at The Annual Conference on Pediatric Ethics - The child’s involvement in health care decisions: Voices and responses. Montreal Children’s Hospital/McGill University, December 1997.

Nursing research of a clinical problem: Withdrawal reactions (presented with C. Ducharme). Presented at Nursing Inservice, Operating Room, Montreal Children’s Hospital, December 1996.

Pain: Does it have to hurt so much? Presented at The Fourth Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal Children's Hospital, May 1991.

The experience of children and families in the PICU.  Presented at The Second Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal, May 1989.

Stress management for nurses.  Presented at The Second Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal, May 1989.

Grief and bereavement: Helping parents cope with the loss of a child. Presented at The First Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal Children’s Hospital, May 1988.

Profile of a pediatric intensive care unit.  Presented at Nursing in the ICU: Stress without distress?, Nursing Grand Rounds, presented by the ICU nursing staff, Montreal Children's Hospital, December 1983.

Nursing research today.  Presented at Nursing Grand Rounds by the nursing research committee, Montreal Children's Hospital, December 1982.

Induced paralysis: The parent's experience.  Presented at Induced Paralysis - Induced Helplessness: Care of the Curarized Child, Nursing Grand Rounds by the ICU nursing staff, Montreal Children's Hospital, October 1982.

Stress and ICU nursing.  Presented at Stress in the Intensive Care Unit, Nursing Grand Rounds by the ICU nursing staff, Montreal Children's Hospital, February 1979 (repeated April 1979).

Care of the terminally ill - opening remarks. Presented at talk by staff of Palliative Care Unit, Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill University, March 1978.

How to live with your heart - introduction.  Presented at talk by Dr. Arthur Vineberg, McGill University, February 1978


Peer-Reviewed Poster Presentations

‘*’ indicates first author is/was my graduate student

International Audience

Macdonald, M.E.,  Carnevale, F.A., Chan, L., Steele, R., & Shahidi, J., & Shrier, I. Variation in managing variability: A grounded theory study of how meta-analysts do meta-analysis. 18th Cochrane Colloquium, Colorado, October 2010.

Shrier, I., Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.C.., Steele, R., Boivin, J.F., Eisenberg, M.J., Furlan, A., Kakuma, R.  How do meta-analysts actually interpret meta-analyses? 17th Cochrane Colloquium, Singapore, October 2009.

*Strohschein, F. J., Loiselle, C. G., Carnevale, F. A., & Bergman, H.  In-depth analysis of ‘patient decision making’ in the context of treatment decision making among older individuals with cancer.  Presentated at the XIXth IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, France, 2009.

Clausen, C., Gagnon, A., Carnevale, F.A., Saucier, J.F., Oxman-Martinez, J., Jeannotte, J., & Merry, L. Referring migrant women in Montreal, Canada for care after birth:  Understanding needs and optimizing services. Presented at Geneva Forum: Towards global access to health, Geneva, August 2006.

*Dagenais, M. & Carnevale, F.A. The effect of level of comfort on respiratory parameters during weaning from mechanical ventilation in critically ill children. Presented at 8th European Conference on Pediatric and Neonatal Ventilation, Montreux, Switzerland, March 2006.

Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J.E., Troini, R. The moral experience of families with ventilator assisted children at home. Presented at the 10th International Conference on Home Mechanical Ventilation, Lyon, France, April 2005.

*Gaudreault, J. & Carnevale, F.A. The recognition of physiological parameters permitting optimal weaning of inotropes in critically ill children. Presented at the 4rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Boston, June 2003.

Carnevale, F.A.  & Razack, S. An item analysis of the Comfort Scale in a PICU. Presented at the 3rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, June, 2000.

Razack, S., Alexander, E., & Carnevale, F.A. An evaluation of a sedation protocol in a pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at the 3rd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, June, 2000.

Carnevale, F.A. & Rafman, S. Socio-moral transformations in childhood trauma. Presented at the XXII International Congress of Pediatrics, Amsterdam, August, 1998.

Rafman, S. & Carnevale, F.A. Attachment and moral issues of illness, incest and war traumas. Presented at the XVth Biennial ISSBD Meetings, Berne, Switzerland, July, 1998.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines in a pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at The 11th International Congress on Care of The Terminally Ill, Montreal, September, 1996.

Carnevale, F.A., Stelling, J., & Dumont, F.R. I want to help people: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at The International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, August, 1996.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. The withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines: Adverse reactions. Presented at The 2nd World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June, 1996.

Carnevale, F.A. Withdrawing food and water: An ethical analysis. Presented at the 10th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, September, 1994.

Carnevale, F.A. Striving to care: A qualitative study of stress in nursing. Presented at the 10th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, September, 1994.

Carnevale, F.A. When tragedy strikes: A counselling intervention in the classroom. Presented at The 9th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, October, 1992.

Carnevale, F.A. A humanistic approach to critically ill children. Presented at The 9th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, October, 1992.

Carnevale, F.A. Nursing assessment and management of pain among critically ill infants. Presented at The 9th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, October, 1992.

Carnevale, F.A. Children's story books as a medium for relating with children. Accepted for presentation at the Second International Family Nursing Conference, Portland, Oregon, May, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A. A description of nursing assessment and management of pain among critically ill infants. Presented at The Second International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, Montreal, April, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A. Story books as a medium for relating to children in pain. Presented at The Second International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, Montreal, April, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A. An experience in nursing information systems development. Presented at High Tech Caring: An International Scientific and Educational Conference for Nurses on Caring and Technology, Montreal, October, 1990.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families following the death of a critically ill child. Presented at The 8th International Congress On Care Of The Terminally Ill, Montreal, September, 1990.

Carnevale, F.A. Storybooks as a medium for relating with children confronting loss and death. Presented at The 8th International Congress On Care Of The Terminally Ill, Montreal, September, 1990.

Carnevale, F.A.  A description of stressors and coping strategies among parents of critically ill children.  Presented at the Third International Nursing Research Symposium on Clinical Care of the Child and Family, McGill University, Montreal, March, 1989.

Carnevale, F.A. & Malowany, A.  Development of a patient data management system in a PICU.  Presented at the Third International Intensive Care Nursing Conference, Montreal, August, 1988.

 

National Audience

Macdonald, M.E., Carnevale, F.A., Chan, L., Steele, R., Shahidi, J., & Shrier, I. Meta-analysts’ variation in managing variability. Canadian Cochrane Centre Symposium 2010 Evidence in Uncertain Times: Meeting the Challenge, Ottawa, May 2010.

*Macdonald, M.E., Liben, S., Carnevale, F.A., & Cohen S.R. Signs of Life and Signs of Death: Brain Death and Other Mixed Messages at the End of Life. Presented at the Canadian Society of Transplantation Annual Scientific Meeting, Tremblant, Quebec, March 2006.

Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J., & Troini, R. The moral experience of families with children requiring assisted home ventilation. Presented at the Children and Youth Home Care Network Forum, Banff, February 2005.

Carnevale, F.A., Alexander, E., Davis, M., Rennick, J., & Troini, R. Families with assisted ventilation at home: Implications for ethical norms. Presented at the Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Calgary, October 2004.

Gagnon, A.J., Carnevale, F.A., Oxman-Martinez, J., & Saucier, F. Responses of childbearing newcomers to referrals for care. Presented at The Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Gender and Health: Third National IGH Award Recipient Symposium, Montreal, October 2004.

Cranley Glass, K. & Carnevale, F.A. Learning from the experience of others: Ethical issues surrounding the use of clinical data for teaching and other professional activities. Presented at the Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2002.

Carnevale, F.A. The experience of families of critically ill children: Family system transitions. Presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, June 1995.

Carnevale, F.A., Stelling, J., & Dumont, F.R. Striving to care: A qualitative study of stress in nursing. Presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, June 1995.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ducharme, C. Adverse reactions to the withdrawal of opioids and benzodiazepines in a pediatric intensive care unit. Presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Pain Society, Ottawa, May 1995.

Powell, M., Carnevale, F.A., Bissenger, A.E., Espinosa, P., Friday, F., Murray, L., & Patrice, J. How working nights affects nurses' lives. Presented at Valuing Nursing: Valuing Health, Canadian Nurses Association Biennial Convention, Calgary, June 1990.

Powell, M., Carnevale, F.A., Bissenger, A.E., Espinosa, P., Friday, F., Murray, L., & Patrice, J. How working nights affects nurses' lives. Presented at Professional Power: Personal Impact, Dynamics of Critical Care; Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses annual convention, Ottawa, September 1989.

Carnevale, F.A.  Cardiovascular surgery and the newborn infant. Presented at the Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions, Montreal, October 1988.

Carnevale, F.A. & Malowany, A.  A patient data management system in a PICU. Presented at the Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions, Montreal, October 1988.

Carnevale, F.A.  Nursing in the ICU: Stressors, coping responses & job satisfaction.  Presented at Dynamics in Critical Care '86, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Toronto, September 1986.

Carnevale, F.A.  Senior staff development course in the PICU. Presented at Dynamics in Critical Care '86, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Toronto, September 1988.

Carnevale, F.A.  Brain death.  Presented at Dynamics in Critical Care '86, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Convention, Toronto, September 1986.

Carnevale, F.A. & Ottoni, L.  Nursing in the ICU: Stress without distress?  Presented at The National Convention of The Canadian Association of Neurological and Neurosurgical Nurses, Montreal, June 1985.

Carnevale, F.A., Dyer, S. & Powell, M.  Brain death: A nursing perspective.  Presented at The National Convention of The Canadian Association of Neurological and Neurosurgical Nurses, Montreal, June 1985.

 

Local Audience

*Strohschein, F. J., Loiselle, C. G., Carnevale, F. A., & Bergman, H. (2009).  Analysis of ‘patient decision-making’ in the context of older individuals with cancer. Presented at the 7th  Annual Research Day of the Quebec Network for Research on Aging, Quebec, QC, Canada.  

Carnevale, F.A. Striving to care: A study of stress in nursing. Presented at Montreal General Hospital Annual Nursing Research Conference, Montreal, November, 1993.

Carnevale, F.A., Baillargeon, S. A description of the experience of families with a critically ill child.       Presented at The Fourth Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal Children's Hospital, May, 1991.

Carnevale, F.A. Ribavirin: Occupational safety considerations. Presented at The Third Annual Conference on Nursing The Critically Ill Child, Montreal Children's Hospital, May, 1990.

*Rose, P. & Carnevale, F.A. A description of stressors and their meanings among parents of critically ill children. Presented at Health Evaluation Graduate Seminar, McGill University, April, 1990.

*Robinson, K. & Carnevale, F.A. A pilot impact study: A nursing evaluation of a computerized patient data management system. Presented at Health Evaluation Graduate Seminar, McGill University, April, 1990.