PUBLICATIONS

Some of these publications can also be viewed on ResearchGate.
Please note my name change:  Kelli Buckreus, nee Kelli Ralph-Campbell


Expert review commissioned by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC):

Ralph-Campbell, K., & Toth, E. L. (2006). Screening for undiagnosed diabetes and prediabetes: Comparing Canadian and international recommendations and weighing the evidence. Retrieved from http://www.braiddm.ca/PHAC_backgrounder_screening.pdf

 

Publications (journal articles, published reports, book chapters):

Buckreus, K., Ally, M. [Chapter on artificial intelligence as an emerging technology in education.]. In Emerging technologies and pedagogies in the curriculum. Yu, S., Ally, M., and Tsinakos, A. (Eds.). New York: Springer. [Forthcoming: 2020] — Part of the Springer series: “Bridging Human and Machine: Future Education with Intelligence”.

Buckreus, K. Seeing the whole patient: Caring for complex substance use disorders on the front line. CARE Magazine (CLPNA) [forthcoming: Winter 2019]

Buckreus, K. Ancillary materials for chapter 10 in Principles of social psychology (1st international edition) [Open textbook].R. Jhangiani (ed.). BC Open Textbook Project. [forthcoming]

Meherali, S., Featherstone, R., Buckreus, K., Klute, M., Scott, S., Hartling, L. Parental information need for acute otitis media in children: A systematic review. [submitted to Systematic Reviews.]

Gates, A., Shave, K., Featherstone, R., Buckreus, K., Ali, S., Scott, S., Hartling, L. How can we help parents manage their child’s pain and distress during medical procedures in the emergency department? A systematic review of experiences and information needs. [submitted to The Clinical Journal of Pain]

Gates A., Shave K., Featherstone R., Buckreus K., Ali S., Scott S., Hartling L. (2017). Procedural pain: Systematic review of parent experiences and information needs. Clinical Pediatrics, 2017(Sep). doi: 10.1177/0009922817733694. [Epub ahead of print]

Gates A., Shave K., Featherstone R., Buckreus K., Ali S., Scott S., Hartling L. (2017) Parent experiences and information needs relating to procedural pain in children: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews, 6(1):109. doi: 10.1186/s13643-017-0499-2.

Buckreus, K. (2016). Catholic vs. Secular Public Schooling: Shifting Hegemony in Morinville, Alberta. Journal of Integrated Studies, 8(1). Retrieved from http://jis.athabascau.ca/index.php/jis/article/view/225

Buckreus, K. (2016). Predicting and controlling caribou: Historic Indigenous groups and their knowledge of the Beverly and Kaminuriak Caribou herds in Northern Canada. Journal of Integrated Studies, 8(1). Retrieved from http://jis.athabascau.ca/index.php/jis/article/view/172

Toth, E. L., Keith, K. L., Littlechild, R., Myskiw, J., Meneen, K., Buckreus, K., & Oster, R. T. (2016). High frequency of pre- existing type 2 diabetes in a series of pregnant women referred for “Gestational Diabetes” in a large Canadian Indigenous community. (forthcoming: Canadian Journal of Diabetes [Epub ahead of print]. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcjd.2016.04.012

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Supernault-Kaler, S., Kaler, S. N., & Toth, E. L. (2012). Screening for undiagnosed type 2 diabetes in Aboriginal communities: Weighing the advantages and disadvantages. Pimatisiwin, 9(20), 399-422. Retrieved from http://www.pimatisiwin.com/uploads/jan_20112/08RalphCampbellOster.pdf

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Connor, T., & Toth, E. L. (2011). Emerging longitudinal trends in health indicators for rural residents participating in a diabetes and cardiovascular screening program in northern Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Family Medicine, 2011(2011), 1-6, 2011. doi:10.1155/2011/596475

Oster, R. T., Ralph-Campbell, K., Connor, T., Pick, M., & Toth, E. L. (2010). What happens after community-based screening for diabetes in rural and Indigenous individuals?. Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice, 88, e28-31. doi:10.1016/j.diabres.2010.02.003

Oster, R. T., Ralph-Campbell, K., & Toth, E. L. (2009). Type 2 Diabetes in Aboriginal peoples in Alberta: Validation of the national algorithm for identifying incident and prevalent adults with type 2 diabetes. 1 -8. Retrieved from http://www.braiddm.ca/validation.html

Johnson, J. A., Vermeulen, S. U., Toth, E. L., Hemmelgarn, B.R., Ralph-Campbell, K., Hugel, G., …Crowshoe, L. (2009).

Increasing incidence and prevalence of diabetes among the Status Aboriginal population in urban and rural Alberta, 1995-2006. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 100(3), 231-236. Retrieved from http://journal.cpha.ca/index.php/cjph/article/view/1798/1981

Oster, R. T., Hemmelgarn, B. R., Toth, E. L., King, M., Crowshoe, L. & Ralph-Campbell, K. (2009). Diabetes and the Status Aboriginal population in Alberta. In Johnson, J.A. (Ed), Alberta Diabetes Atlas 2009 (pp. 189-212). Retrieved from http://www.albertadiabetes.ca/pdf/atlas/09/Atlas-10(web).pdf

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Connor, T., Pick, M., Pohar, S., Thompson, P., …Toth, E. L. (2009). Increasing rates of diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Métis Settlements in northern Alberta. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 68(5), 433-442. Retrieved from http://www.circumpolarhealthjournal.net/index.php/ijch/article/download/17382/19684

Hemmelgarn, B., Toth, E. L., King, M., Crowshoe, L., & Ralph-Campbell, K. (2007). Diabetes in First Nations people. In Johnson, J. A. (Ed.), Alberta Diabetes Atlas 2007 (pp. 127-140). Retrieved from http://www.ihe.ca/documents/Alberta_Diabetes_Atlas_2007.pdf

Ralph-Campbell, K., & Toth, E. L. (2006). Screening for undiagnosed diabetes and prediabetes: Comparing Canadian and international recommendations and weighing the evidence. [Systematic review commissioned by the Public Health Agency of Canada]. Retrieved from http://www.braiddm.ca/PHAC_backgrounder_screening.pdf

Kaler, S. N., Ralph-Campbell, K., Pohar, S., King, M., Laboucan, C. R., & Toth, E. L. (2006). High rates of the metabolic syndrome in a First Nations community in western Canada: Prevalence and determinants in adults and children. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 65(5), 389-402. Retrieved from http://www.circumpolarhealthjournal.net/index.php/ijch/article/download/18139/20643

Ralph-Campbell, K., Pohar, S. L., Guirguis, L. M., & Toth, E. L. (2006). Aboriginal participation in the DOVE study. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 97(4). PMID:16967751

Toth, E. L., Cardinal, K., Moyah, D., & Ralph-Campbell, K. (2005). Partnerships to address the diabetes epidemic in Aboriginal communities in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 29(4), 415-419. Retrieved from http://www.diabetes.ca/documents/for-professionals/CJD–Dec_2005–Toth.pdf

 

ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS (presenter in bold)

Buckreus, K. (2017, October 28). Social media use in higher education. Oral presentation at the Athabasca University Graduate Research Conference: Knowledge Without Boundaries.

Nesari, M., Hartling, L., Buckreus, K., Scott, S. (2016, November). Study design for developing evidence-based digital knowledge translation tools on fever for Canadian and Iranian parents. Poster presentation at Women & Children’s Health Research Institute Research Day. Edmonton, AB.

Gates, A., Shave, K., Featherstone, R., Buckreus, K., Ali, S., Scott, S., Hartling, L. (2016, November). Informing innovative knowledge translation tools to help parents manage their child’s procedural pain in the emergency department: A systematic review. Poster presentation at Women & Children’s Health Research Institute Research Day. Edmonton, AB.

Meherali, S., Hartling, L., Buckreus, K., Scott, S. (2016, November). Digital knowledge translation tools on Otitis media for Canadian and Pakistani parents. Poster presentation at Women & Children’s Health Research Institute Research Day. Edmonton, AB.

Buckreus, K. (2016, November). What iKnow about iOS data security: Tips for safely using iPhone/iPad for research data collection. Oral presentation at 30th Margaret Scott Wright Research and Innovation Day, Edmonton, AB.

Gates, A., Shave, K., Featherstone, R., Buckreus, K., Ali, S., Scott, S., Hartling, L. (2016, November). Parent experiences and information needs relating to procedural pain in children: a systematic review protocol. Poster presentation at 30th Margaret Scott Wright Research and Innovation Day. Edmonton, AB.

Meherali, S., Hartling, L., Buckreus, K., Scott, S. (2016, November). Digital knowledge translation tools on Otitis media for Canadian and Pakistani parents. Poster presentation at 30th Margaret Scott Wright Research and Innovation Day. Edmonton, AB.

Toth, E. L, Keith, K. L., Littlechild, R., Meneen, K., Myskiw, J., Buckreus, K., Oster, R. T. (2016, October). Inaccuracies in diagnosing diabetes complicating pregnancy and high frequency of pre-existing type 2 diabetes in a large Canadian indigenous community [Abstract]. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 40(5): S68 | CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Ottawa.

Oster, R.T., Toth, E. L., Mayan, M., Lightning, R., Grier, A., & Buckreus, K. (2014, October). Cultural continuity is protective against diabetes in Alberta First Nations. Oral presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Winnipeg.

Ralph-Campbell, K., Campiou, P., & Toth, E. L. (2013, May). Fitness improvements among children in one Alberta First Nation. Webcast The Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research10th anniversary research showcase, Edmonton.

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Willier, F., Campiou, P., & Toth, E. L. (2012, May). Fitness improvements amongst children in one Alberta First Nation after eight years of participatory research and Community commitment. Oral presentation Prairie Child Welfare Consortium symposium: Reinvesting in families: Securing a brighter future, Edmonton.

Campiou P., Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Willier, F., & Toth, E. L. (2012, February). Fitness improvements amongst children in one Alberta First Nation after eight years of participatory research and Community commitment. Oral presentation CDPAC 4th pan-Canadian conference: Integrated chronic disease prevention: It works!, Ottawa.

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Connor, T., MDSi Field Team, Jacobs, A., Cheng, A., …Toth, E. L. (2010, October). “Good news” and “bad news”: Results of screening for diabetes complications in remote, rural Alberta. Oral presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Edmonton.

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Toth, E. L., Willier, F., Campiou, P., & Scott, T. (2010, October). Diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Driftpile First Nation: Longitudinal results. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Edmonton.

Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Toth, E. L., Willier, F., Scott, T., Campiou, P., & Quinn, K. (2010, October). The “next generation” of diabetes: Children at risk in Driftpile First Nation, Alberta. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Edmonton.

Toth, E. L., Ralph-Campbell, K., Oster, R. T., Connor, T., Pick, M., MDSi Field Team. (2009, October). Screening Indigenous communities for diabetes and its complications: 5 year results from a mobile diabetes outreach service in Alberta, Canada. Poster presentation International Diabetes Federation world diabetes congress, Montreal.

Toth, E. L., Oster, R., Ralph-Campbell, K., Connor, T., Pick, M., Deschambeau, L., …Thompson, P. (2008, November). Increasing rates of diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Métis Settlements in Alberta. Poster presentation 2nd international diabetes in Indigenous Peoples forum, Vancouver.

Toth, E. L., Campiou, T., Ralph-Campbell, K., Connor, T., & Pick, M. (2008, November). A diabetes database that works. Oral presentation 2nd international diabetes in Indigenous Peoples forum, Vancouver.

Johnson, J. A., Vermeulen, S., Hugel, G., Toth, E., Hemmelgarn, B., Ralph-Campbell, K., & King, M. Increasing incidence and prevalence of diabetes among Status Aboriginal men in rural and urban Alberta. (2008, October). Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Toronto.

Toth, E. L., Hemmelgarn, B., Crowshoe, L., Vermeulen, S. U., Hugel, G., King, M., …Johnson, J. A. (2007, October). Alberta Diabetes Surveillance System (ADSS): Diabetes atlas: Diabetes in First Nations. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Vancouver.

Toth, E. L., Ralph-Campbell, K., Pick, M., Connor, T., Meneen, K., & Fraser, G. (2007, October). Diabetes care and patient understanding of type 2 diabetes in remote, rural Alberta. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Vancouver.

Toth, E. L., Ralph-Campbell, K., Connor, T., Meikle, A., Pick, M., Daniels, M., …Pohar, S. (2007, October). Undiagnosed diabetes, pre-diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Alberta Métis Settlements: Results of the Mobile Diabetes Screening Initiative (MDSi). Oral presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Vancouver.

Toth, E. L., Ralph-Campbell, K., Connor, T., Pick, M., Meneen, K., & Fraser, G. (2007, October). Results of a survey to assess patient memory of diagnosis and compliance with referral for physician follow-up after diabetes screening: The Mobile Diabetes Screening Initiative (MDSi). Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Vancouver.

Ralph-Campbell, K. (2006, June). Medical colonialism: Does imposing Western ethical principles in developing countries constitute imperialism?. Oral presentation University of Victoria Graduate Students’ Society deconstructing empire symposium, Victoria.

Ralph-Campbell, K., Supernault, S., Kaler, S. N., King, M., & Toth, E. L. (2006, February). Screening for diabetes in Indigenous communities in Alberta, Canada: Reframing bioethical considerations within an Indigenous context. Oral presentation New Zealand bioethics conference: Making people better, Dunedin.

Toth, E. L., Connor, T., Pick, M., Ralph-Campbell, K., & Meikle, A. (2006, February). Promises and pitfalls of a diabetes database. Oral presentation National Aboriginal Diabetes Association 4th annual conference on diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples, Winnipeg.

Toth, E. L., Laboucan, R., Willier, F., Pick, M., & Ralph-Campbell, K. (2006, February). The diabetes epidemic in Indigenous peoples: Is it stoppable?.Oral presentation National Aboriginal Diabetes Association 4th annual conference on diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples, Winnipeg.

Toth, E. L., McEwen, S., Ralph-Campbell, K., Thompson, F., Daniels, M., Thompson, P., …Community Health Council #5. (2005, October). Screening Métis clients in rural Alberta for undiagnosed diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors. Bridging the distance; 6th conference of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society & 1st conference of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health, Quebec City.

Toth, E. L., McEwen, S., Friesen, D., Burke, P., Ralph-Campbell, K., & Prokopczak, D. (2005, October). Rationale and design of the Mobile Diabetes Screening Initiative (MDSI) for Aboriginal off reserve and remote communities in Alberta. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Quebec City.

Ruiz, R., Toth, E. L., Ralph-Campbell, K., & McEwen, S. (2005, October). Results of portable A1c, microalbumin and lipid testing in Area 2, Municipality of Cienfuegos, Cuba**. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Quebec City.

Toth, E. L., McEwen, S., Ralph-Campbell, K., Connor, T., Community Health Council #5, & Tri-Settlement Health Council. Screening Métis clients in Alberta for undiagnosed diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors. Poster presentation CDA/CSEM professional conference and annual meetings, Quebec City.

Ralph-Campbell, K. (2005, April). Physicians as a national resource: The Cuban approach to health care. Oral presentation University of Alberta Hospital global health rounds, Edmonton.

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