Kelly Scott-Storey

Lecturer

PhD

Nursing, Faculty of

MacLaggan Hall 9

Fredericton

kscottst@unb.ca
1 506 458 7631



Education

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

Areas of interest

  • 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 and 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 behaviours, 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 and 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 4-6, 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 and volunteer work

  • 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).