Publications

*Note: Some publications appear under the last name Murray

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

  1. Tutelman, P. R., Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2019). ‘It Could Have Been Me’: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of Health Care Providers’ Experiences Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults with Terminal Cancer. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology. [Epub ahead of print] doi.org/10.1089/jayao.2019.0015.

  2. Paynter, M., Drake, E. K., Cassidy, C., & Snelgrove-Clarke, E. (2019). Maternal Health Outcomes for Incarcerated Women: A Scoping Review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28, 2046-2060. doi: 10.1111/jocn.14837

  3. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2019). “Figure out what it is you love to do and live the life you love”: The experiences of young adults returning to work after primary cancer treatment. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology. [Epub ahead of print] doi: 10.1089/jayao.2018.01171.

  4. Perales, M. A., Drake, E. K., Pemmaraju, N., & Wood, W.A. (2016). Social Media and the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) patient with cancer. Current Hematologic Malignancy Reports, 11(6), 449-455. doi: 10.1007/s11899-016-0313-6.

  5. Murray, E., Numer, M., Merritt, B., Gahagan, J., & Comber, S. (2012). Healthy-aging among LGBT seniors in Nova Scotia: A review of the literature. The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society, 1(4), 179-192.

Published Commentary:

  1. Drake, E. K. (2012). Psychosocial Care: Addressing young adult patients’ psychosocial needs. Oncology Exchange, 11(2), e29- e30.

Peer-Reviewed Published Abstracts:

  1. Urquhart, R., & Drake, E. K. (2018). Understanding cancer survivors’ employment experiences when returning to work after primary treatment: A longitudinal qualitative study. Journal of Global Oncology, 4(Suppl 2), p.119s. http://ascopubs.org.ezproxy.library.dal.ca/doi/abs/10.1200/jgo.18.62000

  2. Tutelman, P.R., Drake, E.K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). ‘It Could Have Been Me’: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of Health Care Professionals’ Experiences Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults with Terminal Cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 27 (S3), 103 (208). doi: https://doi-org.ezproxy.library.dal.ca/10.1002/pon.4878

  3. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). Understanding cancer survivors’ employment experiences when returning to work after primary treatment: A longitudinal qualitative study. Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer, 26(Suppl 2), S292 (eP578). https://link-springer-com.ezproxy.library.dal.ca/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs00520-018-4193-2.pdf

  4. Urquhart, R., & Drake, E. K. (2018). Using longitudinal interviews to explore cancer survivors’ experiences returning to work after primary treatment: Insight into the method. Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer, 26(Suppl 2), S306 (eP615). https://link-springer-com.ezproxy.library.dal.ca/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs00520-018-4193-2.pdf

  5. Tutelman, P. R., Chambers, C., Stinson, J., Parker, J., Drake, E. K., Barwick, M., … Witteman, H. (2017). Using Thunderclap to Raise Awareness about #KidsCancerPain over Social Media. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 64(S3), S80 – S81.

  6. Chapman, K. L., MacDonald, T., MacDonald, D., & Murray, E. K. (2012). Exploring childhood cancer survivors’ understanding of the effects of therapy on their fertility. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 59(6), 1109.

  7. MacDonald, T., Murray, E. K., MacDonald, D., Price, V., & Chapman, K. L. (2011). How can a guideline better assist healthcare professionals in pediatric cancer pain management? Supportive Care in Cancer19(Suppl. 2), S152.

  8. MacDonald, T., Murray, E. K., MacDonald, D., Price, V., & Chapman, K. L. (2011). How can a guideline improve the needs of patients and their families in the management of pediatric cancer pain? Supportive Care in Cancer, 19(Suppl. 2), S150.

  9. Murray, E. K., & Robinson, L. (2010). Exploring the psychosocial experience of sexuality in young adult cancer survivors and implications for sexual health. Psycho-Oncology, 19(Suppl. 2), S216.

Select Refereed Conference Proceedings:

  1. Paynter, M., Drake, E. K., Cassidy, C., & Snelgrove-Clarke, E. (2019). Maternal health outcomes for incarcerated women: A scoping review. Organization for the Study of Sex Differences. Abstract submitted to Professional & Research Education Program (PREP) – Graduate Student Research Day 2019. Halifax, NS, Canada. May 13-14, 2019. (Poster Presentation)

  2. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2019). The experiences of young adults living with metastatic/advanced cancer: A scoping review. Abstract submitted to Professional & Research Education Program (PREP) – Graduate Student Research Day 2019. Halifax, NS, Canada. May 13-14, 2019. (Poster Presentation)

  3. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2019). The experiences of young adults living with metastatic/advanced cancer: A scoping review. Abstract submitted to 2019 ARCC Conference: Canada’s Applied Research in Cancer Control Conference. Halifax, NS, Canada. May 27-28, 2019. (Poster Presentation)

  4. Tutelman, P.R., Drake, E.K., & Urquhart, R. (2019). ‘It Could Have Been Me’: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of Health Care Professionals’ Experiences Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults with Terminal Cancer. Abstract submitted to 2019 ARCC Conference: Canada’s Applied Research in Cancer Control Conference. Halifax, NS, Canada. May 27-28, 2019. (Oral Presentation)

  5. Paynter, M., Drake, E. K., Cassidy, C., & Snelgrove-Clarke, E. (2019). Maternal health outcomes for incarcerated women: A scoping review. Organization for the Study of Sex Differences. (OSSD) 2019. Washington, DC, USA. May 5-8, 2019. (Poster Presentation).

  6. Tutelman, P. R., Jibb, L. A., Chambers, C. T., Stinson, J. N., Parker, J. A., Barwick, M., Campbell, F., Drake, E. K., Fernandez, C. V., Irwin, K., Nathan, P. C., Witteman, H. O., & #KidsCancerPain Parent/Patient Partners. (2019). Parent perspectives on the benefits and limitations of a social media campaign to disseminate evidence-based information on pediatric cancer pain. Canadian Pain Society’s 40th Annual Scientific Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. April 2-5, 2019. (Poster Presentation).

  7. Jibb, L. A., Tutelman, P., Chambers, C. T., Stinson, J. N., Parker, J., Irwin, K., Witteman, H., Barwick, M., Fernandez, C., Campbell, F., Drake, E. K., & Nathan, P. C. (2019). A qualitative analysis of parents’ knowledge needs related to pediatric cancer pain and its management. International Symposium on Pediatric Pain. Basel, Switzerland. June 16-20, 2019. (Poster Presentation).

  8. Paynter, M., Drake, E. K., Cassidy, C., & Snelgrove-Clarke, E. (2019). Maternal Health Outcomes for Incarcerated Women: A Scoping Review. 2019 Breastfeeding and Feminism International Conference, Chapel Hill, N. C., USA. March 20-22, 2019. (Poster Presentation).

  9. Urquhart, R., Drake, E. K., Snelgrove-Clarke, E., Curran, J., Collier, G., & Kontak, J. C. H. (Accepted). Building A Community of Practice for Dissemination & Implementation Science and Practice: A Community Needs Assessment. 11th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation, Washington, D. C., USA. December 3-5, 2018. (Poster Presentation).

  10. Drake, E. K., Paymaster, B., & Urquhart, R. (2018). #AYACSM: An interdisciplinary adolescent and young adult cancer Twitter community. 3rd Global Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Congress, Sydney, Australia. December 4-6, 2018. (Rapid Fire Oral Presentation).

  11. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). Understanding young adult cancer survivors’ experience of returning to work after primary treatment: A longitudinal qualitative study. 3rd Global Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Congress, Sydney, Australia. December 4-6, 2018. (Rapid Fire Oral Presentation).

  12. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). The experiences of young adults living with metastatic/advanced cancer: A scoping review. 3rd Global Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Congress, Sydney, Australia. December 4-6, 2018. (Poster Presentation).

  13. Tutelman, P.R., Drake, E.K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). ‘It Could Have Been Me’: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of Health Care Professionals’ Experiences Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults with Terminal Cancer. The 20th World Congress of Psycho-Oncology and Psychosocial Academy, Aberdeen, Hong Kong. October 29-November 2, 2018. (Oral Presentation).

  14. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). Exploring cancer survivors’ experiences returning to work through longitudinal interviews: Examining the method. Qualitative Health Research Conference. Halifax, NS, Canada. October 25-20, 2018. (Oral Presentation).

  15. Urquhart, R., & Drake, E. K. (2018). Understanding cancer survivors’ employment experiences when returning to work after primary treatment: A longitudinal qualitative study. World Cancer Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. October 1-4, 2018. (Rapid Fire Oral Presentation).

  16. Urquhart, R., & Drake, E. K. (2018). Using longitudinal interviews to explore cancer survivors’ experiences returning to work after primary treatment: Insight into the method. Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC)/International Society of Oral Oncology (ISOO) 2018 Annual Meeting, Vienna, Austria. June 28-30, 2018. (E-Poster Presentation).

  17. Drake, E. K., & Urquhart, R. (2018). Understanding cancer survivors’ employment experiences when returning to work after primary treatment: A longitudinal qualitative study. Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC)/International Society of Oral Oncology (ISOO) 2018 Annual Meeting, Vienna, Austria. June 28-30, 2018. (E-Poster Presentation).1. Parker, J.A., Chambers, C.T., Stinson, J.N., Tutelman, P.R., Drake, E.K., Barwick, M., Campbell, F., Fernandez, C.V., Irwin, K., Jibb, L., Nathan, P., Witteman, H. (2018, May). The reach of the #KidsCancerPain Campaign: A partnership to improve parent awareness and use of evidence-based pain management in children with cancer. 39th Annual Canadian Pain Society Scientific Meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada. May 22-25, 2018. (Poster Presentation).

  18. Tutelman, P.R., Chambers, C.T., Stinson, J.N., Parker, J.A., Drake, E.K., Barwick, M., … Witteman, H. (2018, April). Making Cancer Less Painful for Kids: Partnering with an Online Cancer Education Resource to Reach Parents with Evidence-Based Cancer Pain Information. In A. Kzazk, Innovative interventions for children with cancer and their families. 2018 Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference (SPPAC), Orlando, Florida, USA. April 5-7, 2018. (Workshop).

  19. Parker, J. A., Chambers, C. T., Stinson, J. N., Tutelman, P. R., Drake, E. K., Barwick, M., … Witteman, H. (2017). The Reach of the #KidsCancerPain Campaign: A Partnership to Improve Parent Awareness and Use of Evidence-Based Pain Management in Children with Cancer. 11th International Forum on Pediatric Pain (IFPP), Hunts Point, Nova Scotia, Canada. October 12-15, 2017. (Poster Presentation).

  20. Tutelman, P. R., Chambers, C., Stinson, J., Parker, J., Drake, E. K., Barwick, M., … Witteman, H. (2017). Using Thunderclap to Raise Awareness about #KidsCancerPain over Social Media. 49th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology, Washington, DC, USA. October 12-15, 2017. (Oral Presentation). 

  21. Drake, E. K., & O’Brien, S. (2015). Innovative responses to meeting the psychosocial needs of young adults living with metastatic and/or advanced cancer. Inaugural International Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Congress, Sydney, Australia. December 3-5, 2015. (Oral Presentation).

  22. O’Brien, S., Goodman, H., Lipkus, S., & Drake, E. K. (2015). Support by any other name … is a Club! Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology’s Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. April 22-24, 2015. (Oral Presentation).

  23. Drake, E. K., & O’Brien, S. (2014). The Incurable Cancer Retreat: A pilot program for young adults living with advanced and metastatic disease that changed the future of our young adult programming. Critical Mass: The young adult cancer alliance’s Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA. November 12-14, 2014. (Oral Presentation).

  24. Drake, E. K., O’Brien, S., Finestone, J., & Edward, D. (2014). A creative response to a unique need: A multi-partnered collaboration to create Canada's first retreat for young adult cancer survivors living with advanced and metastatic disease.  Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology’s Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. April 30 – May 2, 2014. (Oral Presentation). Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology’s Annual Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. October 26-29, 2014. (Oral Presentation).

  25. Aubin, S., Drake, E. K., Rosberger, Z., Kavan, P., & Batist, G. (2013). Cancer! I don't have time for that. Using Skype technology to help young adults adjust to the repercussions of cancer. International Society for Research on Internet Interventions’ (ISRII) 6th Scientific Meeting. Chicago, Illinois, USA. May 16-18, 2013. (Poster and Oral Presentation).

  26. Robinson, K. S., Abdolell, M., Conlon, R., Drake, E., Hawes, S. A., MacDonald, T., … Price, V. (2013). The Minimal Effective Dose of Tranexamic Acid in Women with Menorrhagia. International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Amsterdam, Netherlands. June 29-July 4, 2013. (Poster Presentation).

  27. Numer, M., Gahagan, J., Merritt, B. & Murray, E. (2012). The QLGBT health collaboratory for research and innovation: Prioritizing the health and wellness of LGBT seniors in Nova Scotia. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Gender and Health Conference: Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research, Montréal, QC, Canada. October 29-31, 2012. (Oral Presentation).

  28. Murray, E. K., MacDonald, T., MacDonald, D., & Chapman, K. (2011). An update on adolescent and young adult psychosocial oncology research being conducted at the IWK Health Centre. LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, USA. November 9-11, 2011. (Poster Presentation).

  29. MacDonald, T., Murray, E. K., MacDonald, D., Price, V., & Chapman, K. L. (2011). How can a guideline better assist healthcare professionals in pediatric cancer pain management? Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer/International Society of Oral Oncology’s 2011 International Symposium, Athens, Greece. June 23-25, 2011. (Poster Presentation).

  30. MacDonald, T., Murray, E. K., MacDonald, D., Price, V., & Chapman, K. L. (2011). How can a guideline improve the needs of patients and their families in the management of pediatric cancer pain? Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer/International Society of Oral Oncology’s 2011 International Symposium, Athens, Greece. June 23-25, 2011. (Poster and E-Poster Presentation).

  31. Murray, E. K., MacDonald, T., MacDonald, D., Chapman, K., & Crooks, B. (2011). The experience of Canadian childhood cancer survivors transferring to the adult healthcare system. 8th Annual Conference of the American Psychosocial Oncology Society, Anaheim, CA, USA. February 17-19, 2011. (Poster Presentation).

  32. Murray, E. K., MacDonald, T., MacDonald, D., Chapman, K., & Crooks, B. (2011). The experience of Canadian childhood cancer survivors transferring to the adult healthcare system. Meeting at the Crossroads: Student Research in Health Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada. April 2, 2011. (Poster Presentation).

  33. Murray, E. K., MacDonald, T., MacDonald, D., Chapman, K., & Crooks, B. (2011). The experience of Canadian childhood cancer survivors transferring to the adult healthcare system. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology’s Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada. May 4-6, 2011. (Oral Presentation).

  34. Numer, M., Murray, E., Merritt, B. & Gahagan, J. (2011). Healthy-aging among LGBT seniors in Nova Scotia: A review of the literature. International Conference on Health, Wellness and Society, Berkeley, CA, USA. January 20-22, 2011. (Oral Presentation).

  35. Murray, E. K., & Robinson, L. (2010). Exploring the psychosocial experience of sexuality in young adult cancer survivors and implications for sexual health. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology’s Annual Conference in partnership with the International Psycho-Oncology Society’s 12th World Congress of Psycho-Oncology, Quebec City, QC, Canada. May 25-29, 2010. (Poster Presentation).

  36. Murray, E. K., & Robinson, L. (2010). Exploring the psychosocial experience of sexuality in young adult cancer survivors and implications for sexual health. Meeting at the Crossroads: Student Research in Health Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada. March 26-27, 2010. (Poster Presentation).

  37. Murray, E. K., & Robinson, L. (2009). Examining the impact of a cancer retreat on the lives of young adult cancer survivors. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology's Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada. April 1-4, 2009.

  38. Murray, E. K., & Robinson, L. (2009). Examining the impact of a cancer retreat on the lives of young adult cancer survivors. 7th Annual Meeting at the Crossroads: Student Research in Health Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada. April 26, 2009. (Poster Presentation).

Theses:

  1. Murray, E. K. (2010). Exploring the psychosocial experience of sexuality of young adult cancer survivors and implications for sexual health. Unpublished MA Health Promotion thesis, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada.

  2. Murray, E. K. (2006). Prior learning and acquisition of novel discriminations. Unpublished BScH  Psychology thesis, Acadia University, Wolfville, NS, Canada.

Other Publications and Knowledge Translation Pieces – Online Images:

  1. Larsen, L., & Drake, E. K. (2015) AYA Cancer Infographics – English and French. Online resource. http://www.teamshan.ca/resources/aya-cancer-infographics/

Other Publications and Knowledge Translation Pieces – Videos:

  1. 2015/09/14 - Assistant Concept Director. Hope & Cope MNL. https://vimeo.com/131300842


    Description/Contribution Value: This video was created with major philanthropists
of a gala that raised 3.2 million dollars for Hope & Cope, Jewish General Hospital/
McGill University in 2015. My role was to assist with the overall concept, writing and film direction. This work was performed once at a gala to raise funds for cancer programming at Hope & Cope, Jewish General Hospital, McGill University.

    Funding Sources: Hope & Cope

  2. 2015/02/10 - Producer. CancerFightClub - The power of a young adult cancer community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNlng0NB2GY


    Description/Contribution Value: The purpose of this video was to spread awareness about young adult (YA; 18-39 years of age) cancer issues and the resources available for YA at Hope & Cope. I assisted with setting it up, writing the script, recruiting people and contributing to the final product. This video is available on YouTube.

    Funding Sources: Hope & Cope

Other Publications and Knowledge Translation Pieces – Print:

  1. Drake, E. K. (2018). The BMJ Blog. Guest Blog: 5 Tips Parents/Caregivers Can Use to Help Make Cancer Less Painful for Kids: #KidsCancerPain. http://blogs.bmj.com/adc/2018/03/08/guest-blog-5-tips-parents-caregivers-can-use-to-help-make-cancer-less-painful-for-kids-kidscancerpain/

  2. Drake, E. K. (2012 – 2018). Huffington Post (US) Contributor. Profile: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/emily-drake/

·      Australia: New Frontiers for Fertility and Young People with Cancer (March 21, 2017).

·      The Future of Pediatric Medicine: Young Innovators (May 17, 2016).

·      Trends and Innovation in Pediatric Healthcare: How Pediatrics 2040 is looking to change the future of pediatric medicine (May 5, 2016).

·      6 Things You Should Know About Australasia’s First Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress (April 13, 2016).

·      10 Things You Should Know About CanTeen’s Road Trip: Inaugural Australasian Youth Cancer Summit (February 17, 2016).

·      5 Things You Should Know About Oncofertility (August 26, 2015).

·      How and Why Everyone Needs to Support LGBTQQ Young Adults Who Are Living with Cancer (May 22, 2015).

·      YSC: The Sisterhood for Young Women With Breast Cancer (April 17, 2015).

·      I Am a Cancer Researcher (February 10, 2015).

·      An Update From the Second Annual Society of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology’s (SAYAO) Conference: Breaking Barriers in Acute Lymphoblastic

Leukemia (ALL) (January 9, 2015).

·      Pioneering Young Adult Cancer Support: 30 Years of History (January 8, 2015).

·      Uniting Advocates: #AYACSM (August, 2014).

·      #OMG2014: Stupid Cancer. Genius Event (May, 2014).

·      How I Felt When Mommy Got Sick (April, 2014).

·      New Innovation in the AYA Cancer Movement: The Future Is Here (January, 2014).

·      Advances in the Young Adult Cancer Movement: Why SAYAO Is a Big Deal (December, 2013).

·      The Future of the AYA Cancer Movement: A Chat With Dr. Leonard Sender (December, 2013).

·      Team Shan: Reaching One Woman at a Time (October, 2013).

·      Reflect, Refocus, Rebuild, Live: An Interview With Mike Lang (May, 2013).

·      Let's Talk About Sex (December, 2012).

·      How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout: 7 Tips for Caregivers of Young Adult Cancer Patients and Survivors (November, 2012). 

3. Murray, E. (2010, Spring/Summer). 7 tips for caregivers: How to avoid caregiver burnout. MS Atlantic, 3(2), 4.

4. Campbell, T., Logan, R., McKelvey, R., Murray, E., Sagar, L., & Thompson, J. (2009). Multiple Sclerosis: What you need to know – Information for people

living with MS. Canada: Dalhousie University, Multiple Sclerosis Research Unit.