Eloise C.J. Carr, RN, PGCEA, RNT, MSc., PhD, (Canada)
Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary, Alberta. Canada
Adjunct Professor, Community Health Science, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, Alberta. Canada
Member since 1989
Member – Taskforce for Global Year for Excellence in Pain Education (2017-2018)
Chair (past) Special Interest Group (SIG) Pain Education (2014-2016)
Chair and co-founder of the Special Interest Group (SIG) Pain Education (2010-2014)
Member – Education Initiatives Working Group (2009-2011) and sub-group member for ‘Education Endorsement working group’ (Led by Dr. J. Ballantyne)
Member – Taskforce ‘Pain in Developing Countries Working Group’ (2006-2016). Led a sub-committee to develop evaluation criteria to measure the impact of DCWG grants.
A nurse by background, I am strongly committed to improving pain management through collaborative practice where professionals can work and learn together to improve patient care. My research expertise on mixed methods research (quantitative and qualitative approaches) is integral to my research program focusing on patients’ experiences of pain, pain education, and the impact of organization policy on pain management. In particular, I am interested in the barriers to effective pain management and knowledge translation (KT) or implementation science related to pain management.