Elizabeth Keys

Elizabeth Keys

Adjunct Clinical Associate

Faculty of Nursing, Adjuncts

Media contacts

Karen Cook, Senior Manager - Communications

Office: +1.403.220.4361
Email: kcook@ucalgary.ca
Twitter: @ucalgarynursing

Background

Educational Background

PhD University of Calgary, 2019

BN (with distinction) University of Calgary, 2007

BSc Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology, University of Calgary, 2003

Biography

Dr. Elizabeth Keys is a CIHR and Honorary Killam Postdoctoral Fellow at Dalhousie University, where she is developing a user-centred eHealth infant sleep program. She is nationally certified in community health nursing and has advanced training in parent-child interactions and pediatric sleep. In her PhD research, Dr. Keys used a mixed methods approach to evaluate the effect of a parent-child interaction home visiting intervention (Play2Sleep) on infant sleep. Grounded in her practice as a community health nurse, Dr. Keys’ research program aims to promote healthy sleep patterns in families of young children to improve family health and optimize child development.

Research

Areas of Research

Supporting child and family sleep to optimize healthy development , e-Health interventions, Parent-infant interactions, Parent-infant interactions, Community and public health nursing, Mixed-methods and quantitative research