With news of her promotion to Associate Professor, we thought we’d take the opportunity to highlight Skye’s most recent research projects and initiatives.
Skye’s research interests at a glance
- Mental health
- Mental health rehabilitation
- Health outcomes measurement
Skye’s Roles & Connections
Skye is an active member of the health outcomes research community and has been awarded the top New Investigator Award at the International Society of Quality of Life Research and Canada’s Top 150 Leaders for Mental Health for her work in the application of modern measurement methods to understanding mental health and designing a patient-centred health care system.
She is passionate about system transformation and her goal is for Canada to become an International leader in youth mental health service excellence and innovation.
- Sharing the podium: Identifying solutions to meaningfully collaborate with youth in mental health and substance use research (2021)
- Building a partnership between emergency services and youth mental health services in BC (2019)
- Improving youth mental health and substance use outcomes through primary-care based health services (2018)
Skye’s latest articles
- Mapping Occupation Therapy and Peer Navigation Services along a Recovery Continuum (2022)
- Exploring How to Enhance Care and Pathways Between the Emergency Department and Integrated Youth Services for Young People With Mental Health and Substance Use Concerns. (2022)
- Self-isolation among discharged emergency department patients with suspected COVID-19 (2022)
Browse more of Skye’s work on her Google Scholar page.
Skye in the news
- The Unknown Effects of TikTok on Mental Health (Cheddar.com)
- Understanding TikTok’s impacts on public health (Faculty of Medicine)
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