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					                                 Dr. Charles Nelson, C. Psych
                 Suite H-3015, 801 Commissioners Road East, London, Ontario
                                      CANADA N6C 5J1
                        tel: 519 685-4567 ext. 42235 fax: 519 685-4585
                               charles.nelson@sjhc.london.on.ca

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Psychology                                  2003 – University of North Texas
Clinical Health Psychology/Behavioral             Denton, Texas, USA
Medicine – APA Accredited

Master of Arts                                    1994 – Ball State University
Psychology Degree                                 Muncie, Indiana, USA

Qualifying Year Specialization                    1991 – Laurentian University
Honors Degree in Psychology                       Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Bachelor of Arts                                  1989 – University of Ottawa
Psychology Concentration Degree                   Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

EMPLOYMENT                                        Spring 2011 - Acting National Clinical
2008 –                                            Director, Veterans Affairs Canada. National
Operational Stress Injury Clinic                  Centre for Operational Stress Injuries,
Parkwood Hospital                                 Montreal, PQ.
801 Commissioners Road East                       Ongoing – Clinical Coordinator and
Suite H-3013                                      Psychologist. Assessment, Treatment,
London, Ontario                                   Research, and Outreach for Veterans Affairs
Psychologist and Clinical Coordinator             Canada, RCMP, and Department of National
                                                  Defense. Patient Operational Injuries include
2003 – 2008                                       PTSD, Associated Anxiety Disorders, Mood
Regional Mental Health Care                       Disorders, and Chronic Pain.
St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital
467 Sunset Drive                                  Assessment and treatment for Adult 2A,
St. Thomas, Ontario                               Crisis/Relapse Prevention Unit. Program
Psychologist                                      includes ambulatory patient services, as well
                                                  as Assessment in-patient ward.
2003 – 2007
MacDonald & Bryant                                Psychological practice in rehabilitation for
Suite 110 – 339 Wellington Rd. S.                 motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries,
London, Ontario                                   chronic pain, PTSD, and associated mental
Psychologist                                      health difficulties.

Summer 2002 (Part-time)
Neuropsychology Associates                        Neuropsychological evaluations for forensic
Of Dallas.                                        review involving motor vehicle accidents,
Dr. William Bruce Jones, Ph.D.                    workplace injuries, and toxic chemical
12820 Hillcrest, Suite 118                        exposure syndromes.
Dallas, Texas
Psychometrist

2000 – 2002 (Part-time)                           Neurocognitive rehabilitation for disabled
G. Dick Miller, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist       clientele. Community integration,
Irving, Texas 75062                               independent living, and cognitive-behavioral
Psychological Associate                           rehab. services.
2000 Summer (Part-time)                        Assisted in physiological recording of
S. Reed, Ph.D. Behavioral Medicine             impedance cardiography, cortronics blood
University of North Texas                      pressure, and skin conductance, and
Research Assistant                             aggregation of data for research.

1998-1999                                      Clinical supervision for out-patient children’s
South Cochrane Child and Youth Service         mental health program consisting of
Timmins, Ontario                               psychometry, mental
Program Manager                                health consulting, social work, and autistic
                                               services.


1997- 1999 (Part-time)                         On-call after hour’s crisis intervention.
Canadian Mental Health Association             Assessment and stabilization of suicidal and
Kirkland Lake, Ontario                         acute psychiatric disorders in crisis.
Crisis Response Worker


1994-1998                                      Individual, family and group counseling.
Centre Boreal Centre                           Psychosocial assessment and mediation.
Kirkland Lake, Ontario                         Solution-focused cognitive-behavioral
Family Counselor                               therapy.


1989- 1994                                     Administration and case management.
Sudbury & District Big Brothers Association.   Supervised staff and developed fiscal
Sudbury, Ontario                               budget.
Co-Director


1992-1993 (Part-time)                          Rehabilitation and support for a closed-head
Bartimaeous Incorporated                       injury client. Parenting and mediational
Toronto, Ontario                               counseling.
Associate


1989- 1994 (Part-time)                         Crisis admission, assessment, and
Sudbury Algoma Hospital                        stabilization of children at-risk of self-harm
Sudbury, Ontario                               or psychiatric disorder.
Child and Youth Worker


1992 (Part-time); 2000 -2001                   Assisted with marking and tutorials for
Laurentian University/U. N. T.                 Introductory Psychology.
Teaching Assistant                             Lectured and instructed graduate students
                                               on methods and the use of apparatuses
                                               used to conduct psychophysiological
                                               research (GRASS polygraph, cortronic blood
                                               pressure, Porges Vagal Tone, etc).
                                               Assisted as T.A. with Health Psychology
MEMBERSHIPS

2011 - Subject Matter Expert - Jurisprudence and Ethics Examination. College of
       Psychologists of Ontario.

2008 – Member - International Society for Trauma Stress Studies (ongoing).

2007 – Associate Scientist - Lawson Health Research Institute (ongoing).

       - Subject Matter Expert - Jurisprudence and Ethics Examination. College of
       Psychologists of Ontario.

       - Discipline Committee Member - College of Psychologists of Ontario.

       - Board Member – The Ontario Psychological Association (ongoing).

2006 – Adjunct Professor – University of Western Ontario. Department of Clinical
       Psychology (ongoing).

2005 – Certificate of Registration authorizing autonomous practice as a
       Psychologist. The College of Psychologists of Ontario (ongoing).

2004 – Co-Chair. Specialized Adult Service Research & Evaluation Task Team.
       Regional Mental Health Care – St. Thomas (RMHC-ST).

2003 - Certification For Registration For Supervised Practice as a Psychologist.
       The College of Psychologists of Ontario.

       Ontario Psychological Association.
       Member (ongoing).

2000 – American Psychological Association. Student Member.

1997 - Board Member. Timiskaming Brain Injury Association. (Kirkland Lake,
       Ontario).

CURRENT RESEARCH

Nelson, C., Richardson, D., St. Cyr, K, Lee, K., and Gallimore, J. Predictive value of the
       transtheoretical model to smoking cessation among Canadian Forces Veterans.
       Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination
       and Adoption of Practice-informed Tobacco Treatment (CAN-ADAPTT). $5000
       grant.

--Ongoing.

Nelson, C., Srivastava. A. Scale for Impact of Suicidality for Management, Assessment
       and Planning of care (SIS-MAP) - A service development and clinical validation
       project.

--Ongoing
PUBLICATIONS*

Nelson C, St. Cyr K, Hurley E, Richardson D, Elhai J, Corbett B, & Gifford S. (2011)
       Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, and Suicidal Ideation
       Among Canadian Forces Personnel in a National Canadian Military Health
       Survey. Journal of Psychiatric Research (xxx.1-6).

Nelson C, Roth M, St. Cyr K, & McIntyre-Smith, A. A comparison of the effectiveness of
       acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive-behavioural therapy
       (CBT) for treating complex chronic pain in Canadian military personnel with
       posttraumatic stress disorder. Submitted for publication to Psychological Reports
       (UNDER REVIEW).

Nelson C, St. Cyr K, Weiser M, Gifford S, Gallimore J, Morningstar A. (2011).
       Knowledge gained from the Brief Traumatic Brain Injury Screen - Implications for
       treating Canadian military personnel. Military Medicine.176 (2):156-60.

Nelson, C., Johnston, M., & Srivastava. (2010). Improving risk assessment with suicidal
       patients. A preliminary evaluation of the clinical utility of The Scale for Impact of
       Suicidality -Management, Assessment, and Planning of Care (SIS-MAP). Crisis:
       The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. 31 (5), 231-237

Nelson, C. (2010). The Repositioning of Psychology in Ontario – Advocacy and the
       Ontario Psychological Association. Journal of Clinical Psychology Practice. (1),
       12-15.

Nelson, C., & Srivastava. (2008). Improving risk assessment with suicidal patients. A
       preliminary evaluation of the clinical utility of The Scale for Impact of Suicidality -
       Management, Assessment, and Planning of Care (SIS-MAP), a new structured
       clinical interview based on Canadian norms. Research Insights, 5 (2), 4.

Nelson, C. (2008). The Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment – Abbreviated
       Referral Version to specify psychiatric care needed for incoming patients:
       exploratory analysis. Psychological Reports, (102) 131-143.

Hategan, A., Nelson, C., & Jarmain, S. (2008) Heart transplant, social support, and
      psychiatric sequelae: A 10-year follow-up clinical case review. Psychosomatics.
      49. 39-41.

Nelson, C. (2007) Utilizing the Abbreviated Needs and Strengths Assessment –
       Referral Version (ANSA-R) to help determine the level of psychiatric care needed
       – A prospective review. Research Insights, 4 (2), 3.

Nelson, C., Franks, S., Brose, A., Raven, P., Williamson J. A., Xiangrong Shi,
       McGill, J., & Harrell, E. (2005) The influence of hostility and family history of
       cardiovascular disease on autonomic activation in response to controllable
       versus noncontrollable stress, anger imagery induction, and relaxation imagery.
       Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 28 (3). 213-221.

Williams, L., Reed, S., Nelson, C., & Brose, A. (2002). Relations of intrinsic spirituality
       with health status and symptom interference. Psychological Reports, 91, 618-
       626.

Nelson, C. (1999). Managing increased service demands for children’s mental health
       services by dedicating resources to centralized intake. Child and Family: A
       Journal of the Notre Dame Child and Family Institute, 5 (1), 36-41.

Nelson, C. (1998) Personality power: a solution-focused cognitive-behavioral
       exercise. Child and Family: A Journal of the Notre Dame Child and Family
       Institute. 2 (2), 18-25.

Nelson, C. (1997) Parenting skills – redefining rather than reinventing. Child and
       Family: A Journal of the Notre Dame Child and Family Institute 1 (3), 44-49.

Nelson, C. & Valliant, P.M. (1993) Personality dynamics of adolescent boys
       where the father was absent. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 76, 435-443.


*Editorial reviewer for the Journal of Behavioral Medicine, Psychological Reports, and
Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention.


PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT

2010 – Nelson C, St. Cyr K, Wiltsie R, Richardson D, Haslam D, Lee K, Gifford S, Roth
       M, Gallimore J, Martel D, & Cameron N. An Analysis of Smoking Patterns and
       Cessation Efforts among Canadian Forces Members and Veterans: An
       Exploration of the Transtheoretical Model. Presented at the Annual Meeting of
       the American Psychiatry Association, Honolulu, HI, 2011.

       Quintangon G, Eth S, Lascher S, Nelson C, & St. Cyr K. Vicarious Trauma in
       Mental Health Professionals Following 9/11: The Impact of Working with Trauma
       Victims. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatry
       Association, Honolulu, HI, 2011.

       Nelson, C. Improving inpatient relations and unit milieu among Canadian
       Veterans with personality disorders. Presentation to inter-professional staff at
       Parkwood Hospital, WCW Auditorum.

       Nelson C, St. Cyr K, Hurley E, Richardson D, Elhai J, Corbett B, & Gifford S.
       Moderating and co-activating factors for mental and physical health outcomes in
       the Canadian Forces and general population in a Canadian Community Health
       Survey. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for
       Traumatic Stress Studies, Montreal, QC, 2010.

       Nelson C, Roth M, St. Cyr K, & McIntyre-Smith, A. A comparison of the
       effectiveness of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive-
       behavioural therapy (CBT) for treating complex chronic pain in Canadian military
       personnel with posttraumatic stress disorder. Presented at the Annual Meeting
      of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Montreal, QC,
      2010.

      Nelson, C., Richardson, D. Corbett, B., St. Cyr, K., Gifford, S., Hurley, S., Elhai,
      J. Moderating and co-activating factors for mental and physical health outcomes
      in the Canadian Forces and general population in a Canadian Community Health
      Survey. Paper presented at the XI International Congress on Traumatic
      Stress and Anxiety Disorders, Buenos Aries, Argentina.


      Prolonged Exposure Therapy Training (30 hours). Drs. Edna Foa and Nitsa
      Nacash. Presented by the Ottawa Operational Stress Injury Clinic, Royal Ottawa
      Hospital. Ottawa, Ontario – Ongoing supervision follow-up.

2009 – International Society for Trauma Stress Studies. Annual conference.
       Atlanta, Georgia.

      Nelson, C., Weiser, M., Gifford, S.M., & Gallimore, J. (2009). Utilizing the Brief
      Traumatic Brain Injury Screen (BTBIS) to identify and treat combat veterans in
      the Canadian military - Implications for collaboration and treatment. Poster
      presented at Vocational Outcomes in Traumatic Brain Injury Conference,
      Vancouver, BC.

      Srivastava. A. & Nelson, C., Managing Risk. Scale for Impact of Suicidality for
      Management, Assessment and Planning of care (SIS-MAP). Paper presented at
      the American Psychiatric Association Annual Conference. San Francisco,
      California.

      Nelson, C., Gifford, S.M., Weiser, M. & Gallimore, J. (2009). Utilizing the Brief
      Traumatic Brain Injury Screen (BTBIS) to identify and treat combat veterans in
      the Canadian military - Implications for collaboration and treatment. Paper
      presented at the 11th European Congress on Traumatic Stress, Oslo,
      Norway.

2008 – International Society for Trauma Stress Studies. Annual conference.
       Chicago, Illinois.

      Nelson, C., & Srivastava. (2008). Improving risk assessment with suicidal
      patients. A preliminary evaluation of the clinical utility of The Scale for Impact of
      Suicidality -Management, Assessment, and Planning of Care (SIS-MAP), a new
      structured clinical interview based on Canadian norms. Canadian Psychiatric
      Association. Annual Conference. Vancouver, B.C. Paper presentation.

      Conducting a Discipline Hearing – Advanced Program. Federation of Health
      Regulatory Colleges of Ontario. Challenging Situations in Discipline Hearings.

      Ethics Writing Workshop. The College of Psychologists of Ontario. Item
      generation for the Ethics and Jurisprudence Examination.

      Issues in Safely Discharging Patients with a History of Violence in the
      Context of Ahmed v. Stefaniu – Case Presentation. Dr. Bill Komer, Adjunct
       Professor Psychiatry University of Western Ontario.

       Atypical Antipsychotics in Schizophrenia and Cognitive Enhancement: The
       current scenario. Dr. Amresh Srivastava, Assistant Professor Psychiatry
       University of Western Ontario.


2007 – Ontario Psychological Association Annual Conference. Mississauga,
       Ontario.

       ADHD Across the Lifespan. Dr. Bilkey, Director, Bilkey Adult ADHD clinics.

       Conducting a Discipline Hearing – Basic Program. Federation of Health
       Regulatory Colleges of Ontario. Discipline Committee Joint Hearing Orientation.

       Ethic’s Spring Workshop. Patient Access: Managing our Moral Distress.
       London Health Sciences Centre, Ethics and Education Practice Subcommittee.

       Crisis Intervention. Presentation by Charles Nelson for the London Health
       Sciences Centre, Clinical Training and Internship Committee Interns.


2006 – Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Geriatric Patients with
       Cognitive Impairment. Dr. Miller, Department of Psychiatry, University of
       Pittsburgh.

       Neuropathic Pain: Recognition & Novel Therapies. Dr. Boyd, Adjunct
       Professor Psychiatry University of Western Ontario.

       Malingering. Dr. Klassen, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, and Mr.
       Hanbidge, Senior Assistant Crown Attorney, London Crown Attorney’s Office.

       Keeping Boundaries: Maintaining Safety and Integrity in the Therapeutic
       Process. Dr. Northcott, Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario.

       Getting Going: The Effects of Exercise and Activation on Depression. Dr.
       Martin, Department of psychiatry, McMaster University.

       Hope and Resilience. Living with Schizophrenia: a personal experience. Dr.
       Frese. SAS-SAL Recovery Day Conference.

       Drug-Induced Schizophrenia: State of the Evidence. Dr. Boutros, Professor of
       Psychiatry and Neurology, Wayne State University, School of Medicine.

       Woman’s Issues in Bipolar Disorder. Dr. Velehorschi, Adjunct Professor
       Psychiatry University of Western Ontario.

       Fonagy and Bateman’s Mentalization Based Treatment. Dr. Feltman,
       Associate Professor Psychiatry University of Western Ontario.

       Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and the State of the Science: a Dutch
       Perspective. Dr. Vermetten, Associate Professor Psychiatry, Central Millitary
       Hospital, The Netherlands, and Dr. Pain, University of Western Ontario.

       Pseudoscience and Fringe Science in Clinical Psychology: Implications
       for Research, Practice, and Ethics. Dr. Scott Lilienfeld. Department of
       Psychology, Emory University (Atlanta, GA)

       Treatment of Comorbid Heart Disease and Depression.
       The University of Western Ontario. Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Department
       of Psychiatry. Continuing Medical Education. Dr. Swenson, Associate Professor,
       University of Ottawa.

2005 – Risk Factors, Prediction, and Treatment. Re: Pathological Responses to
       Terrorism in Adults and Children. Dr. Larry Litman RMHC-ST.

       Consent and Capacity Board – Giving Evidence. Joy Wendling RMHC –ST.

2004 – Working Effectively with Borderline Personality Disorder.
       Training workshop presented by Charles Nelson for the Chatham District Health
       Counsel. Participants included hospital residents, social workers, ACT workers,
       addictions services, and CMHA staff.

     - Community Planning for Borderline Personality Disorder.
       Training workshop presented by Charles Nelson for the Chatham District Health
       Counsel. Participants included hospital residents, social workers, ACT workers,
       addictions services, and CMHA staff.

2003 - “The Prevention of Depression: Models and methods for individuals at
       risk”.
       Colloquium – Presented by Dr. Keith Dobson (University of Calgary).

       “Placebos and the power of belief”.
       Colloquium – Presented by Dr. Irving Kirsch (University of Connecticut).

       A fMRI Study of Pain Perception in PTSD
       Research proposal colloquia – Presented by Marla Sanderson and Dr. Ruth
       Lanius.

2002 - In Search of Endophenotypes for ADHD
       Research presentation – Dr. Rosemary Tannock (Hospital for Sick Children
       Toronto, Ont.).

       New Directions in The Treatment of Acute Trauma and Posttraumatic
       Stress
       Training seminar – Presented by Dr. John Briere (UC at Davis).

        MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), VRE, C. Difficile:
        Control and Prevention
        Infection Control Inservice for Rehab Unit – Presented by Barbara Moody, RN,
        CIC, Director Infection Control. Denton Regional Medical Center
        Ignorance of the Law is No Excuse. Risk Management for the Ethical
        Mental Health Professional.
        Presented by Elisa Maloff Reiter, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Adjunct
        Professor of Law at Southern Methodist University. Texas Woman’s Office of
        Lifelong Learning.

        Managing The Agitated Patient
        Presentation by Charles Nelson for the faculty and staff of The Rehabilitation
        Unit of Denton Regional Medical Center – Denton, Texas.

       Coping and Quality of Life Among Adults Living with
       HIV/AIDS
       University of North Texas Behavioral Medicine Symposium presentation by Dr.
       Mark Vosvick, Clinical Health Psychologist. Medical College of Wisconsin

2001 – Medical Ethics, living wills, and palliative care.
       Seminar/workshop presented by Dr. Fines, M.D. Professor of Medical Ethics –
       Baylor School of Medicine (Dallas, Texas).

2000 – Treating Anxiety and Depression Effectively: Therapeutic Models
       That Work! conducted by Albert Ellis, Ph.D. (Irving, Texas) Lima Associates.

1999 – The Assessment and Treatment of Adolescent Sex Offenders.
       Workshop by James Worling, Ph.D. of The Sexual Abuse Family and Education
       Treatment Program (Timmins, Ontario).

       Wraparound Facilitation Certification. Certified trainer for the Wraparound
       Case Management Model (Timmins, Ontario).

       Assessing Parenting Capacity. Workshop by Dr. Steinhauer of The
       Hospital for Sick Children (Kirkland Lake, Ontario).

1998 – Treating Eating Disorders. Organized and participated in training on
       the multisystemic approach to treating eating disorders by Dr. McVey of
       The Hospital for Sick Children (Timmins, Ontario).

1997 – Crisis Intervention. Training by the Canadian Training Institute. (New
       Liskeard, Ontario).

       Diagnosing and Treating Resistant Depression. Participated in training
       by Dr. Oxlade of The Traumatic Stress Clinic, Institute of Psychotherapy.
       (New Liskeard, Ontario).

1996 – Assessment/Treatment of P.T.S.D. and Borderline Personality
       Disorder. Participated in workshop by Dr. Donald Meichenbaum. (Sudbury,
       Ontario).

1995 – Clinical Internship: The Clarke Institute of Psychiatry. Participated in
       the intake and group supervision of adult sex offenders under the
       supervision of Dr. H. Barbaree. (Toronto, Ontario).
       An Analysis of the “Psychopathy Checklist” PCL-R (Hare).
       Participated in training workshop by Dr. A. Forth. (Toronto, Ontario).

       Counseling Sexually Victimized Children. Workshop by The Institute for
       The Prevention of Child Abuse. (Englehart, Ontario).

1993 – International Exchange Program. Graduate Placement.

       Annual Community Seminar: Families and Communities Working
       Together. Participant for Concerns Canada (Prevention, Intervention,
       and Treatment of alcoholism). (Sudbury, Ontario)

1992 – Presenter/Participant for The Ministry of State and Youth Affairs for
       The “Stay in School” initiative program. Presented research findings
       on father absence. (Toronto, Ontario).

1991 – Basic Attending (Micro-Counseling I) certificate. Sudbury Algoma
       Hospital. (Sudbury, Ontario).

1990 – Ontario Caseworkers’ Association. Big Brothers of Ontario Member.

1989 – “Put The Child First” program. Training seminar on child abuse
       detection. Council of National Youth Serving Organizations. (Sudbury,
       Ontario).

INTERNSHIP/PRACTICUM PLACEMENTS

2002-2003 - Predoctoral Internship. London Health Sciences Centre (London, Ont.) –
Participated in clinical training activities including supervised patient assessment and
treatment responsibilities and numerous intensive didactic seminars/symposia. Major
rotations included Behavioural medicine/Pain clinic (Dr. Iezzi, Dr. Armstrong, and Ms
Southerland) and General Medicine/Surgery (Dr. Valley). Minor rotations included
Human Reproduction and Endocrinology (Dr. Newton), Juvenile Diabetes (Dr. Mitchell),
Characterological Disorders Therapy (Dr. Friesen), Behavioural Medicine Consultation
and Liaison (Dr. Ulch). Through intensive exposure to a broad patient base utilizing a
junior colleague model, The London Health Sciences Centre provided a rewarding
experience.

2001 – Treatment Practicum. Denton Regional Medical Center (Denton, TX) –
Completed over 900 direct patient hours during this 12 month practicum.
Responsibilities include patient assessment and treatment of medical and rehabilitation
based psychological services (adjustment to disability, pain management, depression,
etc.). The practicum also rotates through the Integrated Community Neuroprogram in
which patients receive therapeutic services, including group therapy for stroke, traumatic
brain injury, and other organic based neuropsychological deficits. Neuropsychological
testing and consultative services with other multidisciplinary professionals round out the
experience. Supervisors: Drs. Floyd McMillan and Jackie Wiebie PH.D.

2001 – Treatment Practicum. Wright and Associates (Dallas, TX) -- Completed 950
clock hours (270 direct patient hours) in Worker’s Compensation “Work Hardening”
Programs; conducted group biofeedback and group therapy for pain management
patients, conducted assessments and treatment for private practice patients, under the
supervision of Dr. Shere Wright, Ph.D.

2000 – Assessment Practicum. University of North Texas Health Science Center at
Fort Worth. Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry. – Completed
373 clock hours (90 direct patient hours) conducting psychodiagnostic assessments and
neuropsychodiagnostic assessments under the supervision of Dr. J. Hall,
Ph. D. (Vice Chair – Department of Psychiatry).


GRANTS/SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS

2010 - Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination
       and Adoption of Practice-informed Tobacco Treatment (CAN-ADAPTT). $5000
       grant.
       Predictive value of the transtheoretical model to smoking cessation among
       Canadian Forces Veterans.

2008 – Best Paper Presentation (Third Place). Nelson, C., & Srivastava. (2008).
       Improving risk assessment with suicidal patients. A preliminary evaluation of the
       clinical utility of The Scale for Impact of Suicidality -Management, Assessment,
       and Planning of Care (SIS-MAP), a new structured clinical interview based on
       Canadian norms. Canadian Psychiatric Association. Annual Conference.
       Vancouver, B.C. Paper presentation.

       Best Oral Presentation. Regional Mental Health Care, 9th Annual Research Half-
       Day. Nelson, C., & Srivastava. (2008). Improving risk assessment with suicidal
       patients. A preliminary evaluation of the clinical utility of The Scale for Impact of
       Suicidality -Management, Assessment, and Planning of Care (SIS-MAP), a new
       structured clinical interview based on Canadian norms. Research Insights, 5 (2),
       4.

2002 – Health Psychology Institute Scholarship. University of North Texas.

1999 – Webber Scholarship. University of North Texas.

1993 – International Student Exchange Program Participant. Laurentian University.

1993 – Northern Bursary Program. Ball State University.

				
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