McMaster University

McMaster University

Janet Pinelli

Professor, Neonatal Advanced Practice Nurse

Ph: 905-521-2100 x 22253
Fx: 905-524-5199

Research Theme


  • Primary Research: Family Stress & Coping
  • Secondary Research: Long-term Outcomes of Preterm Infants

Key words

Family Stress, Coping, Prematurity, Neonatal Follow-up

Research Program Overview

Current Projects

  • Predictors of Maternal/Infant Attendance at Neonatal Follow-up Programs
  • Development and Evaluation of a French-Canadian Language Instrument to Measure Parental Satisfaction with Quality of Care in Neonatal Follow-Up

Publications & Achievements

  • Turner, S., Pinelli, J., Saigal, S., Yow-Wu, W., Cunningham, C., DiCenso, A. (2007). The relationship of SNAPPE-II score and parental perception of infant illness to parental depressive symptoms in the neonatal intensive care unit. Journal of Neonatal Nursing. 13: 162-168.
  • Saigal S, Stoskopf B, Pinelli J, Streiner D, Hoult L, Paneth N, Goddeeris J. (2006). Self-Perceived health-related quality of life of former extremely low birth weight infants at young adulthood. Pediatrics. 118:1140-1148.

Secondary Contact

Tracy Stevenson
Phone: 905-521-2100 x22725

Research Staff

Patricia Austin
Phone: 905-521-2100 x 22829
Title: Research Assistant

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