Kelly Scott Storey
Kelly Scott - Storey, RN, MN, PhD

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Kelly Scott-Storey
Assistant Professor
Phone: (506) 458-7631
Fax: (506) 453-4519
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Education Summary:

• PhD (Interdisciplinary) – University of New Brunswick, 2013
• Master of Nursing – University of New Brunswick, 2007
• Bachelor of Nursing – University of New Brunswick, 1999

Key area(s) of interest/expertise:

• Conceptualization, operationalization and methodological approaches to studying cumulative lifetime violence
• Interpersonal violence and health risk, particularly cardiovascular disease
• Gender
• Cardiovascular disease risk, cardiovascular nursing 
• Quantitative methods, structural equation modeling, instrument development
• Cardiac rehabilitation 
• Interdisciplinary approaches to health research
• Acute care nursing

Research, Grants, & Publications:

• Public Health Agency of Canada Contract (2015-16; $24,789). Development of a Short Version Composite Abuse Scale for National Surveys. Project Team: Ford-Gilboe, M., Varcoe, C., Wathen, N., MacMillan, H., & Scott-Storey, K. 
• CIHR Operating Grant (2014-2019; $383,675). Masculinities, Lifetime Violence and Health. PIs: Scott-Storey, K., (designated), O’Donnell, S., & Wuest, J. Co-Is: MacIntosh, J., Hodgins, M., & Merritt-Gray, M.
• CIHR Operating Grant (2012 – 2017; $959,651). Effectiveness of an internet-based decision aid in enhancing safety behaviors, reducing exposure to violence and improving mental health among women. PIs: Ford-Gilboe, M., Varcoe, C., Wuest, J., & Scott-Storey, K. Co-Is: Wathen, N., Glass, N., MacMillian, H., Neal, D., Currie, L., Hodgins, M., & Noh, M.
• Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute Seed Funding Program & New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) (2015-16; $10,000). Young men, cancer treatment, and intimacy PIs: Wilkins, K., & Rickards, T. Co-Is: O’Donnell, S. & Scott-Storey, K. 
• University Research Fund Award (2014-15; $7,000). Lifetime Violence, Gender, and Health Among Women. PI: Scott-Storey, K. 
• New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) Operating Grant (2013-14; $20,000). Masculinities, Lifetime Violence Exposure, and Health. PIs: Scott-Storey, K. (lead) & Wuest, J. Co-Is: MacIntosh, J., Hodgins, M., Merritt-Gray, M., & O’Donnell, S.
• New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) Summer Studentship Program. (May – August, 2014; $5,200). Principal Applicant: Scott-Storey, K.
• New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) Summer Studentship Program. (May – August, 2013; $5,200). Principal Applicant: Scott-Storey, K.

Publications:

• Scott-Storey, K., Hodgins, M., & Wuest, J. (under-review). Modeling the effects of lifetime abuse as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease among women. 
• Scott-Storey, K., O’Donnell, S., Wuest, J., MacIntosh, J., & Merritt-Gray, M. (under-review). The imperative for a research agenda to study lifetime violence, masculinities, and health. 
• Wuest, J., Merritt-Gray, M., Dube, N., Hodgins, M., Malcolm, J., Majerovich, J., Scott-Storey, K., Ford-Gilboe, M., Varcoe, C. (2015). The Process, Outcomes and Challenges of Feasibility Studies Conducted in Partnership with Stakeholders: A Health Intervention for Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence. Research in Nursing and Health. DOI: 10.1002/nur.21636
• Davies, L., Ford-Gilboe, M., Willson, A., Varcoe, C., Wuest, J., Campbell, J., Scott-Storey, K. (2015). Patterns of Cumulative Abuse among Female Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Links to Women’s Health and Socioeconomic Status. Journal of Violence Against Women, 21(1), 30-34. 
• Scott-Storey, K. (2013). Abuse as gendered risk factor for cardiovascular disease: A conceptual model. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 28(6), E1-E8.
• Scott-Storey, K. (2011). Cumulative abuse: Do things add up? An evaluation of the conceptualization, operationalization, and methodological approaches in the study of the phenomenon of cumulative abuse. Journal of Trauma, Violence, and Abuse, 12(3), 135-150.
• Scott-Storey, K., Wuest, J., & Ford-Gilboe, M. (2009). Intimate partner violence and cardiovascular risk: Is there a link? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65(10), 2186-2197.

Awards, Distinctions:

• Nominated for the Governor General’s Gold Medal for academic excellence in graduate studies related to dissertation entitled “lifetime abuse as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease among women” (Fall Convocation, 2013).
• CIHR Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health Certificate of Excellence for Outstanding Poster Presentation at the CIHRs 2012 Young Investigators Forum. (June 4-6th, 2012) ($500). 
• Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Regional Partnership Program Doctoral Research Award ($66,000) (2009-2012).
• CIHR Gender, Sex and Health Summer Institute (2010)
• CIHR FUTURE (Facilitating Unique Training Using Research and Education) Program for Cardiovascular Nurse Scientists (2008-09; $10,500)
• New Brunswick Innovation Foundation Research Assistantship (NBIF) ($20,000) (2009-2011).
• Graduate Research Assistantship, Dr. Judith Wuest, CIHR New Emerging Team ($20,000) (2009-2012; PHSI Grant].
• President’s Doctoral Tuition Award, University of New Brunswick ($16,686) (2008-2011).
• New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) Research Assistantship ($5,000) (2008-2009).

Professional practice, committees, volunteer work summary:

• Reviewer for the Journal of Advances in Nursing Science (2015-present)
• CIHR Reviewer – Institute of Gender, Sex & Health 2014/15 Transitional Operating Grant Competition
• Provincial Representative of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Nursing Research (CANR) (2014 – present)
• Member of the Graduate Academic Unit, Faculty of Nursing (2014 – present)
• Fredericton Regional Resource Network Committee (2013 – present) 
• NCLEX Review Committee, Faculty of Nursing (2015-present)
• Student Standings and Promotions (SS&P) Committee, University of New Brunswick (2013 - present)
• Faculty Assessment Committee, Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick (2013-15)
• Dean Search Committee, Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick (2013-14).