533 East Hastings St.
Canada V6A 1P9
MA (Midwifery), Thames Valley University
Faculty Member - PRIMA (Pregnancy Related Issues in the Management of Addictions. This national group has developed a web based as well as laminate aid for health care professionals to work with pregnant substance using women (www.addictionpregnancy.ca). This group offers train-the-trainer workshops in pregnancy and substance use.
Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed
Abrahams, R., Kelly, S, A., Payne, S., Thiessen, P., Mackintosh, J., & Janssen, P. (2007). Rooming-in compared with standard care for newborns of mothers using methadone or heroin. Canadian Family Physician, 53(10), 1722-1730.
Payne, S. (2007). In-Hospital Stabilization of pregnant women who use drugs. In N. Poole and L. Greaves (Eds), Highs and Lows: Canadian Perspectives on Women and Substance Use. (pp. 249-255). Chapter 20.
Payne, S. (2007). Caring not Curing: Caring for pregnant women with problematic substance use in an acute-care setting: A multidisciplinary approach. In S. Boyd and L. Marcellus (Eds.), With child: Substance use during pregnancy: A woman-centred Approach. (pp.56-69). Halifax, NS: Fernwood.
Pauly, B., Goldstone, I., McCall, J., Gold, F., & Payne, S. (2007). Ethical, legal and social context of harm reduction. Canadian Nurse, 103(8), 19-23.
Ongoing in the community for public health nurses regarding perinatal substance use.