Faculty & Staff
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- Research Interests
- Family caregiving
- Older adults
- Systematic reviews
Shelley's previous clinical practice and research interests are focused on supporting persons with dementia and their family caregivers. Her master of nursing degree (University of Saskatchewan, 2003) was a systematic review of interventions to support family caregivers to persons with dementia and her PhD (University of Alberta, 2011) research was a phenomenology on the experience of providing end-of-life care to a relative with advanced dementia. Shelley taught first and second year nursing students for a number of years within the NEPS and in 2011 assumed a tenure-track position with the College of Nursing.
Peacock, S., Konrad, S., Watson, E., Nickel, D., & Muhajarine, N. (2013). Effectiveness of home visiting programs on child outcomes: A systematic review. BMC Public Health, 13(17), 1-14.
Duggleby, W., Swindle, J., & Peacock, S. (in press). Self-Administered Intervention for Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer's Disease. Clinical Nursing Research.
Peacock, S., Duggleby, W., & Koop, P. (in press). The Lived Experience of Family Caregivers who Provided End-of-life Care to Persons with Advanced Dementia. Palliative & Supportive Care.
Peacock, S. (in press). The experience of providing end-of-life care to a relative with advanced dementia: An integrative literature review. Palliative & Supportive Care.
Bowen, A., Duncan, V., Peacock, S., Bowen, R., Gawley, L., Campbell, D., & Muhajarine, N. (in press). Mood and anxiety problems in perinatal Indigenous women in Australia, New Zealand, and North America (including Hawaii): A critical review. Transcultural Psychiatry.
Duggleby, W., Swindle, J., Peacock, S., & Ghosh, S. (2011). A mixed methods study of hope, transitions, and quality of life in family caregivers of persons with Alzheimer's disease. BMC Geriatrics, 11, 88. Available from: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2318/11/88
Bowen, A., Duncan, V., Peacock, S., Bowen, R., Campbell, T. D., Gawley, L., & Muhajarine, N. (2010). The state of the literature regarding depression, anxiety, and mood disorders in pregnant and postpartum First Nations, Inuit, and Indigenous women in North America (including Hawaii), Australia, and New Zealand. Contract from First Nations and Inuit Health Branch. Saskatoon: SK. University of Saskatchewan Printing.
Peacock, S., Forbes, D., Markle-Reid, M., Hawranik, P., Morgan, D., Jansen, L., Henderson, S., & Leipert, B. (2010). The Positive Aspects of the Caregiving Journey with Dementia: Using a Strengths-based Perspective to Reveal Opportunities. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29, 640-659. DOI: 10.1177/0733464809341471
Forbes, D., Culum, I., Lischka, A., Morgan, D., Peacock, S., Forbes, J., & Forbes, S. (2009). Light therapy for managing cognitive, sleep, functional, behavioural, or psychiatric disturbances in dementia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2009, issue 4. Art. No: CD003946.DOI: 10.1002/14651858.cd003946.pub3.
Jansen, L., Forbes, D., Markle-Reid, M., Hawranik, P., Kingston, D., Peacock, S., Henderson, S., & Leipert, B. (2009). Formal care providers' perceptions of home- and community-based services: Informing dementia quality care. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 28(1), 1-23.
Peacock, S. (2008). The moral issues involved in palliative end-of-life dementia care. Canadian Nursing Home, 19(2), 1-5.
Forbes, D. Markle-Reid, M., Hawranik, P., Peacock, S., Kingston, D., Morgan, D., Henderson, S., Leipert, B., & Jansen, L. (2008). Availability and acceptability of Canadian home and community-based services: Perspectives of family caregivers of persons with dementia. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 27(2), 75-99.
Forbes, D., Jansen, L., Markle-Reid, M., Hawranik, P., Morgan, D., Henderson, S., Leipert, B., Peacock, S., & Kingston, D. (2008). Gender differences in the use and availability of home and community-based services for people with dementia. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 40(1), 38-59.
Forbes, D., Peacock, S., & Morgan, D. (2005). Nonpharmacological management of agitated behaviours associated with dementia. Geriatrics & Aging, 8(4), 26-30.
Peacock, S., & Forbes, D. (2004). Systematic reviews of health care interventions: An essential component of health sciences graduate programs. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 1(1), article 15. Available from http://www.bepress.com/ijnes/vol1/iss1/art15
Forbes, D., Morgan, D., Bangma, J., Peacock, S., Pelletier, N., & Adamson, J. (2004). Light therapy for managing sleep, behaviour, and mood disturbances in dementia (A Cochrane Review). In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 2, 2004. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons.
Peacock, S., & Forbes, D. (2003). Interventions for caregivers of persons with dementia: A systematic review. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 35(4), 88-107.
Forbes, D., Morgan, D., Bangma, J., Peacock, S., Campbell, T. D., & Adamson, J. (2002). Light therapy for managing sleep, behaviour, mood, and cognitive disturbances associated with Alzheimer Disease (Protocol for a Cochrane review). In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 4, 2002. Oxford: Update Software.
Peacock, S. (PI) & Forbes, D. (2012). The Journey with Dementia: From the Perspective of Bereaved Family Caregivers. Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association. $2500
Peacock, S. (PI) & Forbes, D. (2012). The Journey with Dementia: From the Perspective of Bereaved Family Caregivers. University of Saskatchewan Start-up Research and Equipment Funds. $8000
Forbes, D., Harrison, W., Strain, L., Peacock, S., Morgan, D., Hawranik, P., Woytkiw, T., & Blake, C. (2011). Contextual Factors within Northern Home Care Centres that Influence the Spread and Uptake of Research Evidence: A Pilot Study. Seniors Health Provincial, Specialized Geriatrics and Palliative Care, Alberta Health Services. $10,000
Bowen AN (Principal Applicant), Duncan V, Peacock S, Muhajarine N. (2009-2010). Critical Review of the Literature Regarding Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders in Pregnant and Postpartum First Nations, Inuit, and Indigenous Women in North America, Australia, and New Zealand. Public Health Agency of Canada. $19,502