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Elizabeth Keys
Elizabeth Keys
Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia - Okanagan, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
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Platelet TLR4 activates neutrophil extracellular traps to ensnare bacteria in septic blood
SR Clark, AC Ma, SA Tavener, B McDonald, Z Goodarzi, MM Kelly, ...
Nature medicine 13 (4), 463-469, 2007
21272007
Diversity in pediatric behavioral sleep intervention studies
AJ Schwichtenberg, EA Abel, E Keys, SM Honaker
Sleep Medicine Reviews 47, 103-111, 2019
262019
Pulmonary surfactant dysfunction in pediatric cystic fibrosis: Mechanisms and reversal with a lipid-sequestering drug
L Gunasekara, M Al-Saiedy, F Green, R Pratt, C Bjornson, A Yang, ...
Journal of Cystic Fibrosis 16 (5), 565-572, 2017
232017
Profiles and predictors of infant sleep problems across the first year
F Cook, L Conway, D Gartland, R Giallo, E Keys, S Brown
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 41 (2), 104-116, 2020
182020
How well do we communicate autopsy findings to next of kin?
E Keys, C Brownlee, M Ruff, C Baxter, L Steele, FHY Green
Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine 132 (1), 66-71, 2008
142008
Children’s sleep during COVID-19: how sleep influences surviving and thriving in families
NE MacKenzie, E Keys, WA Hall, R Gruber, IM Smith, E Constantin, ...
Journal of pediatric psychology 46 (9), 1051-1062, 2021
72021
Study protocol: determining research priorities of young Albertan families (the family research agenda initiative setting project—FRAISE)—participatory action research
KS Bright, C Ginn, EM Keys, ML Brockway, L Tomfohr-Madsen, S Doane, ...
Frontiers in public health 6, 228, 2018
72018
A proposed nursing theory: Infant sleep and development
EM Keys, KM Benzies
Nursing Science Quarterly 31 (3), 279-286, 2018
52018
Bed Sharing, SIDS Research, and the Concept of Confounding: A Review for Public Health Nurses
EM Keys, JA Rankin
Public Health Nursing 32 (6), 731-737, 2015
42015
Top 10 (plus 1) research priorities for expectant families and those with children to age 24 months in Alberta, Canada: results from the Family Research Agenda Initiative …
ML Brockway, E Keys, KS Bright, C Ginn, L Conlon, S Doane, J Wilson, ...
BMJ open 11 (12), e047919, 2021
32021
Recruitment and retention of fathers with young children in early childhood health intervention research: a systematic review and meta-analysis protocol
EM Keys, JM Norris, EE Cameron, KS Bright, LM Tomfohr-Madsen, ...
Systematic reviews 8 (1), 1-8, 2019
32019
Using wearable and mobile technology to measure and promote healthy sleep behaviors in adolescents: a scoping review protocol
AJ Beck, L Duffett-Leger, KS Bright, EM Keys, A Hayden, TM Ward, ...
JBI Evidence Synthesis 19 (10), 2760-2769, 2021
22021
Sleeping for two: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia in pregnant women
AL MacKinnon, JW Madsen, A Dhillon, E Keys, GF Giesbrecht, ...
Trials 22 (1), 1-14, 2021
12021
142 Prenatal Sleep Quality and Infant Sleep: A Longitudinal Study
R Burdayron, MH Pennestri, E Keys, L Tomfohr-Madsen, G Giesbrecht
Sleep 44 (Supplement_2), A58-A59, 2021
12021
Using play to improve infant sleep: A mixed methods protocol to evaluate the effectiveness of the Play2Sleep intervention
E Keys, KM Benzies, V Kirk, L Duffett-Leger
Frontiers in psychiatry 9, 109, 2018
12018
Out of Order: To Debbie and Dave, Chris and Bill, MJ and John
K Bright, M Brockway, G Carrera, B Kathol, E Keys, NJ Moules, ...
Journal of Applied Hermeneutics, 2015
12015
Effect of Play2Sleep on mother-reported and father-reported infant sleep: a sequential explanatory mixed-methods study of a randomized controlled trial
EM Keys, KM Benzies, VG Kirk, L Duffett-Leger
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 18 (2), 439-452, 2022
2022
Effect of Play2Sleep on mother-and father-reported infant sleep: a sequential explanatory mixed methods study of a randomized controlled trial.
EM Keys, KM Benzies, VG Kirk, L Duffett-Leger
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine: JCSM: Official Publication of the …, 2021
2021
Evaluating the feasibility of the ABCs of SLEEPING mobile application: Exploring implementation, acceptability, and limited efficacy.
A Jemcov, E Keys, P Corkum
Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology 9 (2), 180, 2021
2021
Sleeping for Two: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia in pregnant women
A MacKinnon, J Madsen, A Dhillon, E Keys, G Giesbrecht, T Williamson, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
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