Elaine Toombs is a 3rd year Ph.D student in Clinical Psychology at Lakehead University. Her research interests include First Nations mental health, resilience, and parenting. Her dissertation research is supervised by Dr. Mushquash and examines adverse childhood experiences in a First Nations treatment seeking population. Elaine's work is supported by a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Doctoral Award. She recently published a manuscript in Child & Family Social Work. Elaine enjoys hiking, camping, and reading.
6. Toombs, E., Drawson, A. S., Bobinski, T., Dixon, J., & Mushquash, C. J. (2018). First Nations Parenting and Child Reunification: Identifying Strengths, Barriers, and Community Needs Within the Child Welfare System. Child & Family Social Work. 1-9. DOI: 10.1111/cfs.12430
5. Toombs, E., Unruh, A., McGrath, P. (2017). Assessing the Parent-Adolescent Communication Toolkit: Usability and Preliminary Effectiveness. Nursing Open. DOI:10.1002/nop2.107
4. Drawson, A. S., Toombs, E., & Mushquash, C. J. (2017). Indigenous Research Methods: A Systematic Review. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 8(2), 5. DOI:10.18584/iipj.2017.8.2.5
3. Toombs, E., Kowatch, K. R., & Mushquash, C. J. (2016). Resilience in Canadian Indigenous Youth: A scoping review. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience, 4(1), 4-32.
2. Campbell, S., Chong, S., Ewen, V., Toombs, E., Tzalazidis, R., & Maranzan, K. A. (2016). Social media policy for graduate students: Challenges and opportunities for professional psychology training programs. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 57(3), 202-210.
1. Wozney, L., McGrath, P. J., Newton, A., Huguet, A., Franklin, M., Perri, K., Toombs, E., & Lingley-Pottie, P. (2015). Usability, learnability and performance evaluation of Intelligent Research and Intervention Software: A delivery platform for eHealth interventions. Health Informatics Journal, 1460458215586803.