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Faculty of Nursing
Hotchkiss Brain Institute
McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health
PhD Nursing, King's College, 2000
MSc Nursing, King's College, 1994
BSc Honours Nursing, Surrey University, 1984
Dr. Carr moved from the UK to join the Faculty of Nursing in October 2011. In 2013 she took a 0.5 Associate Dean (Students) position in the Faculty of Graduate Studies. A nurse by background, she is strongly committed to improving pain management through interprofessional practice. Dr. Carr supervises masters and doctoral students with an interest in her research areas of pain management, interprofessional education, mixed methods research and knowledge translation (KT). Dr. Carr has published over 80 articles, three textbooks and a DVD. As a member of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) she has served on several committees including IASP’s International taskforce for Pain Management in Developing Countries, and their Educational Initiatives Working Group. She was a co-founder of IASP’s Pain Education SIG. Dr. Carr served on council for the British Pain Society (2007-2010), and serves on the Scientific Committee of the Canadian Pain Society.
Areas of Research
|Course number||Course title||Semester|
|NURS 662 LEC 01 01||The Future of Health Systems||2021|
In the News
- People with Chronic Pain who Live with a Dog. Calgary Herald. (2018)