Publications, Media, Outreach

Wu, S. A., Kervin, L., Cooke, H. A., Puurveen, G., Bourbonnais, A., & Baumbusch, J. (2024). The golden ticket: Gaining in-person access to relatives in long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Long-Term Care,

Fong, V. C., Baumbusch, J., & Khan, K. (2024). “Can you hear me OK?”: Caregivers of children with medical complexity and their perspectives of virtual care during COVID-19. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 38(1), 30-38.

March 18, 2023. Provincial funding programs should allow immediate family to be paid caregivers: advocates
CBC News (Reporter: Michelle Gomez):
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Fong, V. C., Baumbusch, J., & Basu Khan, K. (2023). “A very different place from when the pandemic started”: Lessons learned for improving systems of care for families of children with medical complexity. Journal of Child Health Care 13674935231203274-13674935231203274.

Bourbonnais, A., Lachance, G., Baumbusch, J., Hsu, A., Daneau, S. et Macaulay, S. (2023). At the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada: Experiences and recommendations of family care partners of an older person living in a long-term care home. Canadian Journal of Aging/Revue canadienne du vieillissement.

Webinar panel of speakers: “Unpaid family/friend caregiving: Strategies for Mobilizing an Equitable Health Promotion Approach“. This webinar focuses on strategies for mobilizing an equitable health promotion approach in order to support the wellbeing of unpaid family and friend caregivers.

Healthy Aging Collaborative Online Resources and Education (CORE) Canada (July 6, 2023)

Baumbusch, J. (2023). Cliff or bridge: Breaking up with the paediatric healthcare system. Paediatrics & Child Health,

Hoben, M., Baumbusch, J., B. Hogan, D., Gruneir, A., A. Chamberlain, S., Corbett, K., E. Griffith, L., McGrail, K. M., E. Amuah, J., E. Lane, N., & J. Maxwell, C. (2022). Caregivers’ concerns about assisted living residents’ mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional survey study. Journal of Family Nursing, , 10748407221124159-10748407221124159.

Baumbusch, J., & Sloan Yip, I. (2022). Older adults experiences of using recreational cannabis for medicinal purposes following legalization. The International Journal of Drug Policy, 108, 103812-103812.

Lane, N. E., Hoben, M., Amuah, J. E., Hogan, D. B., Baumbusch, J., Gruneir, A., Chamberlain, S. A., Griffith, L. E., McGrail, K. M., Corbett, K., & Maxwell, C. J. (2022). Prevalence and correlates of anxiety and depression in caregivers to assisted living residents during COVID-19: A cross-sectional study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1), 1-662.

July 29, 2022. How B.C. paramedics treat heat illness just changed — so why isn’t the public being told?
Vancouver is Awesome (Reporter: Stefan Labbé):
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June 24, 2022. Burnaby’s heat response plan is a start, but health and climate experts want more
Burnaby Beacon (Reporter: Curtis Seufert):
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Cooke, H. A., Wu, S. A., Bourbonnais, A., & Baumbusch, J. (2022). Disruptions in relational continuity: The impact of pandemic public health measures on families in long-term care. Journal of Family Nursing, 10748407221102462-10748407221102462.

June 21, 2022. Flooding, wildfire emergency plans need to better consider seniors, disabled people: B.C. expert.
The Abbotsford News (Reporter: Sarah O’Leary)
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Baumbusch, J., Cooke, H. A., Seetharaman, K., Khan, A., & Khan, K. B. (2022). Exploring the impacts of COVID-19 public health measures on community-dwelling people living with dementia and their family caregivers: A longitudinal, qualitative study. Journal of Family Nursing, 28(3), 183-194.

April 25, 2022. Culturally specific day programs improve seniors’ mental health but more are needed, advocates say
CBC News (Reporter: Baneet Braich)
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Baumbusch, J., & Lloyd, J. E. V. (2022). Research priority setting with parents of students with learning exceptionalities and disabilities. British Journal of Special Education, 49(2), 209-229.

Baumbusch, J., Lloyd, J. E. V., Lamden-Bennett, S. R., & Ou, C. (2022). The unintended consequences of COVID-19 public health measures on health care for children with medical complexity. Child : Care, Health & Development,

January 22, 2022. The unintended consequences of COVID-19 public health measures on health care for children with medical complexities
Capital Daily (Reporter: Astra Lincoln)
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Webinar panel of speakers: Who cares? Essential care partner do. The goals of this virtual discussion are to build an understanding of the importance of Essential Care Partners and to consider the lessons learned through this pandemic where the negative impacts as a result of their absence has been clear.

Healthcare Excellence Canada: Canadian Patient Safety Week (CPSW) (October 25 to October 29, 2021)

August 25, 2021. BC’s extreme heat here to stay. Critics say government’s plan to deal with it is dangerously weak.
The Narwhal (Reporter: Ainslie Cruickshank)
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July 25, 2021. To prepare for future heat waves, classify air conditioners as medical devices, UBC expert says.
CBC White Coat, Black Art (Host: Brian Goldman and team)
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April 28, 2021. B.C.’s commitment to longterm care beds in budget falls short, critic says
Globe and Mail (Journalist: Xiao Xu)
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March 19, 2021. Senior with dementia dies after becoming dehydrated during care home quarantine
Daily Hive (Journalist: Megan Devlin)
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Cooke, H. A., & Baumbusch, J. (2020;2021;). Not just how many but who is on shift: The impact of workplace incivility and bullying on care delivery in nursing homes. The Gerontologist, 61(4), 563-572.

August 12, 2020. UBC nursing professor researching impact of COVID-19 on medically complex children.
Vancouver Sun (Reporter: Rob Shaw).
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