Dr Line Caes

Dr Line Caes

Lecturer in Psychology

line.caes@stir.ac.uk +44 (0)1786467639

Psychology 3B98 University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA United Kingdom

About me

Dr. Line Caes obtained her Masters in Psychology with Magna cum Lauda at Ghent University (2008), where she also undertook graduate training (2008-2012), funded by the Funds for Scientific Research in Flanders (FWO).

Her dissertation was awarded “Le Prix de Psychologie, these de psychologie scientifique, 17th periode treinnale, 2010-2012” awarded by Academie Royale de Belgique. She is also the recipient of the “Dr John T Goodman Award for Student Research in Pediatric Pain 2012” and “The Southwood Adolescent Chronic Pain Visiting Studentship Award 2012”, supporting an extended visit to the Centre for Pain Research at The University of Bath, UK.

In October 2012, she started her post-doctoral fellowship at the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research (IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Canada), funded by the Louise and Alan Edwards Fellowship in Pediatric Pain Research (2012-14).

From 2014-2016 Dr. Caes was a Lecturer of Psychology in the School of Psychology at NUI, Galway, where she contributes to research and teaching of Health Psychology, in the postgraduate programs (MSc and Structured PhD) in Health Psychology as well as in the undergraduate degree programmes in Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy. She also continued her research on the bidirectional influences of paediatric pain between parents and preschoolers as part of the Centre for Pain Research for which she received the IASP Early Career Research Grant (2015).

Since July 2016, Dr. Caes is a Lecturer of Psychology at the School of Natural Science at the University of Stirling.

Award

  • Le Prix de Psychologie, these de psychologie scientifique, 17th periode treinnale, 2010-2012
  • IASP Early Career Research Grant
    URLhttp://www.iasp-pain.org/…?ItemNumber=4422
  • Poster Prize Medal 2nd place,
  • Louise and Alan Edwards Fellowship in Pediatric Pain Research 2012
  • Dr John T Goodman Award for Student Research in Pediatric Pain
  • Poster Prize - Honourable Mention
  • Poster awarded as "Best research in the psychosocial oncology"

Education

  • Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
    Type of educationCertificate
  • PhD Clinical Psychology
    Type of educationDoctorate
  • Continuing Education Course Psycho-Oncology
    Faculty of Psychology and Edu- cational Science
    Type of educationCertificate
  • Lic./M. Sc. in Psychology
    Faculty of Psychology and Educational Science

Event/Presentation

  • News coverage of child anxiety development paper
    Descriptionhttp://www.rte.ie/news/2016/0405/779604-child-worry-research/  http://galwaybayfm.ie/galway-research-projects-reveals-worry-patterns-children/  http://connachttribune.ie/galway-research-projects-reveals-worry-patterns-in-children/ http://www.healthcanal.com/child-health/71907-nui-galway-studies-pathways-of-worry-development-throughout-childhood.html  http://www.mummypages.ie/children-at-the-age-of-ten-suffer-most-from-worry-research-finds
    Type of eventOther
  • Newstalk radio interview - child anxiety development
    Type of eventRadio
    URLhttp://www.newstalk.com/…reakfast_Part_3/
  • newspaper article - Tips to ease the trauma of vaccination for your baby
    Type of eventOther
    URLhttp://www.irishexaminer.com/…baby-379124.html
  • TodayFM radio interview - child anxiety development
    Type of eventRadio
    URLhttp://www.todayfm.com/…_and_Dave_Part_2
  • Annual Scientific Meeting 2016 of the British Pain Society
    DescriptionPersonal distress and sympathy differentially influence health care professional and parents? Estimation of child procedure-related pain.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationHarrogate
  • Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference
    DescriptionThe role of parental distress in response to consecutive painful medical procedures in understanding pain management decisions. In Caes L. (Chair), Understanding and breaking the cycle of distress and fear in the context of pediatric pain
    Type of eventConference
    LocationAtlanta
  • th Congress of the European Pain Federation EFIC,
    DescriptionCaes, L. (2015) The role of family functioning in understanding parental responses to child pain. In Verbunt J. (Chair), Coping with pain in parents and their children with chronic pain
    Type of eventConference
    LocationVienna
  • 10th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain Scientific Meeting,
    DescriptionCaes, L. (2015) Family functioning and health-related quality of life in children with IBD. In Caes L. (Chair), Watching it all unfold: Applying novel lab-based methods to explore how families influence children’s pain.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationSeattle
  • 10th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain Scientific Meeting,
    DescriptionCaes, L. (2015) Trends in pediatric pain research between 1975-2010: My how we’ve grown! In Stinson J. (Chair), Informing pediatric pain management: current evidence and integrated clinical and experimental research.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationSeattle
  • Annual Meeting of the Canadian Pain Society
    DescriptionCaes, L. (2014). An overview of how pediatric pain research has grown since 1975. In Caes L. (chair) Pain in vulnerable populations: what is known and where to go next?
    Type of eventConference
    LocationQuebec City
  • 9th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain Scientific Meeting
    DescriptionCaes, L. (2013). From the clinic: A Longitudinal Approach to Investigating Parental Responses during Lumbar Punctures and Bone Marrow Aspirations. In C. Chambers (Chair), Innovative Methods for Assessment and Intervention with the Family in Pe- diatric Pain.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationStockholm
  • 9th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain Scientific Meeting
    DescriptionCaes, L. (2013). The Use of Heat Pain as a Model for Needle Pain in Experimental Pediatric Pain Research. In C. Chambers (Chair), Use of Experimental Pain in Chil- dren: Ethics, Methods, and Applications.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationStockholm
  • Annual Meeting of the Canadian Pain Society
    DescriptionCaes L., & Chambers (2013). Optimal involvement of parents in pediatric pain man- agement: the role of catastrophic thinking. In Caes L. (Chair), Parents and families as active participants in pain management across the age span.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationWinnipeg
  • The Eighth Conference on Psychology and Health
    DescriptionCaes, L., Vervoort, T., & Goubert, L. Influence of parental catastrophic thoughts on their emotions and behaviour towards their child in pain. In Caes L., & De Ruddere, L. (Chairs), The interpersonal context of pain.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationLunteren

Examining

  • Doctor of Psychological Science-dissertation

Other academic activities

  • Member of editorial board of Journal of Psychology and Cognitive Science
    MeritJournal editor
  • Member of editorial board of International Journal of Pediatric Research
    MeritJournal editor
  • Lab visit School of Psychology, University de Lausanne
    MeritVisiting researcher
  • lab visit Seattle Children’s Research Institute
    MeritVisiting researcher
  • lab visit Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain
    MeritVisiting postdoctoral researcher
  • labvisit to Centre for Pain Research, University of Bath
    Centre for Pain Research
    DescriptionLabvisit funded by the The Southwood Adolescent Chronic Pain Visiting Studentship Award 2012
    MeritVisiting postdoctoral researcher
  • lab visit Centre for Pediatric Pain Research
    Centre for Pediatric Pain Research
    MeritVisiting doctoral student

Professional membership

  • Committee member Irish Pain Society
  • Member International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
    SIG Pain in Childhood
  • Member of the International Committee of the Society of Pediatric Pscyhology
  • Committee member SIGPEP (Special Interest Group Paediatric Psychology)
    SIGPEP

Supervision of Research Assistants

  • Grace O'Sullivan
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