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Junie Carrière

Professeure, Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé

FMSS École de réadaptation

Présentation

Sujet de recherche

Douleur, Réadaptation

Disciplines de recherche

Psychologie

Mots-clés

Douleur, Troubles musculosquelettiques, Psychologie, Incapacité, Réadaptation, Soins équitables

Intérêts de recherche

Junie Carrière, PhD, est Professeure Adjointe à la Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé de l'Université de Sherbrooke (campus Longueuil) et chercheure au Centre de Recherche Charles-Le Moyne. Elle détient un doctorat en psychologie expérimentale de l’Université McGill avec une spécialisation en psychologie de la douleur et de la réadaptation. Elle a également complété un stage de recherche en médecine de la douleur à l’Université Stanford en Californie, en plus d’avoir effectué une formation postdoctorale en anesthésiologie et médecine de la douleur à Harvard Medical School. Son programme de recherche vise à mieux comprendre, prévenir et gérer la douleur et l’incapacité. Elle s’intéresse particulièrement à l’impact des déterminants biopsychosociaux sur le développement et la persistance de la douleur. Ses études récentes examinent le rôle des attentes sur les trajectoires de rétablissement suivant des lésions d’origine professionnelle.

Recherche clinique

Oui

Langues parlées et écrites

Anglais, Français

Diplômes

(2021). (Postdoctorat, Anesthésiologie et médecine de la douleur). Harvard Medical School.

(2017). (Doctorat, Psychologie expérimentale). McGill University.

(2016). (Certificat, Stage de recherche). Stanford University.

(2013). (Baccalauréat, Psychologie). Bishop's University.

(2012). (Certificat, Santé et sports). Bishop's University.

Titres de compétence

Certified Instructor of Empowered Relief. Stanford University.

Expérience académique

Academic Researcher. (2021-).

Prix et distinctions

  • (2021) Postdoctoral Training Award - Ranked 1st among postdoctoral applicants in Quebec. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). (Prix).
  • (2018) Doctoral Training Award - Ranked 1st among doctoral applicants in Quebec. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). (Prix).
  • (2016) Bourse de formation à la maitrise. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). (Prix).
  • (2016) International Training Bursary - Awarded to graduate students willing to travel to another setting for additional pain research training. Québec Pain Research Network. (Prix).
  • (2015) Visiting Student Researcher Award. Stanford University. (Prix).
  • (2015) Bourse d'excellence académique. McGill University. (Prix).
  • (2015) Lorner Trottier Fellowship - Awarded to meritorious students accepted into a graduate degree program within the Faculty of Science and are to be combined with funding received by applicants through external programs such as FQRNT. McGill University. (Prix).
  • (2013) Bishop's University Academic Honour Roll. Bishop's University. (Honneur).
  • (2013) Bishop's University Foundation Scholarship. Bishop's University. (Prix).
  • (2013) Member of the Golden Key International Honours Society. Golden Key International Honours Society. (Honneur).
  • (2012) Bourse d'introduction à la recherche. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). (Prix).
  • (2012) Undergraduate Introduction to Research Scholarship - Awarded to foster a student's interest in research and to provide the best applicants with funding so they can carry out introduction to research activities in a university environment. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). (Prix).
  • (2012) Bishop’s University Foundation Admissions Scholarship. Bishop's University. (Prix).
  • (2011) Molson Foundation Scholarship. Bishop's University. (Prix).
  • Bishop's University Best Research Poster Award. Bishop's University. (Prix).
  • Bourse d'excellence pour étudiants diplômés de l'Université McGill - Prix basé sur l'excellence académique et destiné à aider à financer la recherche des nouveaux étudiants diplômés. McGill University. (Prix).
  • Bourse de diffusion scientifique internationale. Réséau québécois de recherche sur douleur. (Prix).
  • Editor’s choice award: Article selected by Pain Medicine as Editor’s Choice, Carriere et al, 2020. Pain Medicine. (Prix).
  • Graduate Research Enhancement and Travel Award. McGill University. (Prix).
  • Graduate Research Enhancement and Travel Award - Awarded to graduate student to support travel and research dissemination across the University. McGill University. (Prix).
  • International Association for the Study of Pain Travel Award - Awarded for international research dissemination. International Association for the Study of Pain. (Prix).
  • Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport Travel Award - Awarded to graduate students to encourage research and studies abroad as part of the McGill degree program. McGill University. (Prix).
  • The Webster Prize: Awarded to a student for graduating in two areas of specialization, high academic standing, and making a significant contribution to university life. Bishop's University. (Prix).
  • Wolf Graduate Fellowship - Awareded to McGill University graduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, whose thesis work reflects the themes of the Chair. It is awarded on the basis of high academic standing and community involvement. McGill University. (Prix).
  • Young Investigator Travel Award - Awarded for international research dissemination. American Pain Society. (Prix).
  • « Young Investigator Travel Award » - Prix décerné pour la diffusion internationale de la recherche. American Pain Society. (Prix).

Financement

  • Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. "Fonds d'établissement pour chercheurs boursiers". Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). Fonds d'établissement. 80 000 $. (2021-2025)
  • Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. Research Scholar J-1. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). Chercheur boursier J-1. 225 075 $. (2021-2025)
  • Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. A theory-driven approach to characterize recovery expectations in aging workers with low back pain. Canadian Pain Society. CPS/Pfizer early career investigator pain research grant program. 50 000 $. (2022-2023)
  • Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. Characterizing expectations in work-disabled individuals over 55 years old with chronic low back pain in multidisciplinary pain treatment centers. Quebec Pain Research Network. Registry Access Program. 1 500 $. (2022-2023)
  • Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. Adapting virtual psychological pain care to Francophone workers in primary care physiotherapy for low back pain. Instituts de Recherche en Santé du Canada (IRSC). Catalyst Grant: Quadruple Aim and Equity. 94 000 $. (2022-2023)
  • Subvention. (Obtenu). Cochercheur. "Étude de besoins des professionnels de la santé œuvrant en réadaptation au travail au regard des pratiques cliniques de réadaptation auprès des travailleurs de 55 ans et plus.". Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). Réseau Provincial de Recherche en Adaptation-Réadaptation (REPAR). 35 390 $. (2020-2022)
  • Bourse de recherche. (Terminé). Chercheur principal. Postdoctoral Research Award. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). Bourse de formation postdoctorale. 165 000 $. (2018-2021)
  • Bourse de recherche. (Terminé). Chercheur principal. Doctoral Research Award. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). Bourse de formation doctorale. 60 000 $. (2016-2018)
  • Bourse de recherche. (Terminé). Candidat principal. Master's Award. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). Master's award. 30 000 $. (2014-2016)
  • Bourse de recherche. (Terminé). Chercheur principal. Introduction to Research. 5 000 $. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS). (2012-2012)

Publications

Articles de revue

  • Carriere JS*, Donayre S, Bousaba S, Boehme B, Berbiche D, Coutu M.-F, Durand M.-J. (2022). Recovery expectations can be measured with single-item measures: Findings of a systematic review and meta-analysis on the role of recovery expectations on return-to-work outcomes following musculoskeletal pain conditions. Pain - -. (Article sous presse).
  • Verne M, Sirois A, Coutu-Nadeau E, Fournier C, Carriere JS*, Martel MO. (2022). The association between perceived injustice and opioid craving in patients with chronic pain: The mediating role of daily pain intensity, negative affect, and catastrophizing. Journal of Addiction Medicine Online Online. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Martel M-O, Loggia ML, Campbell C, Smith M, Haythornthwaite JA, Edwards RR. (2022). The influence of expectancies on pain and function over time following total knee arthroplasty. Pain Medicine - -. (Article publié).
  • Martel MO, Campbell CM, Carriere JS*, Paschali M, Lazaridou A, Meints SM, Pester BD, Haythornthwaite JA, Smith MT, Edwards RR. (2021). Day-to-day pain symptoms among patients with knee osteoarthritis: The contribution of psychological factors and dysfunctions in nervous system pain processing. Journal of Rheumatology - -. (Article soumis).
  • Chartrand B, Al-Tamami N, Carriere JS*, Moumdjian R, Saliba I, Saliba J. (2021). Outcome measures and quality of life in vestibular schwannomas. Current Otorhinolaryngology Reports 9 162–169. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Edwards RR. (2021). Perceived injustice and anger reactions in relation to the working alliance. Pain Medicine 22 (4), 1015-1017. (Article publié).
  • Paré C, Carriere JS*, Sullivan MJL. (2021). Positive, but not negative, expectancies mediate the relationship between depression and treatment response in individuals with musculoskeletal pain. Clinical Journal of Pain - -. (Article soumis).
  • Edwards RR, Campbell C, Schreiber K, Lazaridou A, Martel MO, Cornelius M, Franceschelli O, Xu X, Jamison R, Katz J, Carriere JS*, Khanuja HP, Sterling RS, Smith M, Haythornthwaite JA. (2021). Prospective Multimodal Prediction of Pain and Functional Outcomes 6 Months Following Total Knee Replacement. Pain . . (Article soumis).
  • Carriere JS*, Donayre S, Yakobov E, Edwards RR. (2020). A systematic review of the association between perceived injustice and pain-related outcomes in individuals with musculoskeletal pain. Pain Medicine 21 (7), 1449-1463. (Article publié).
  • Yakobov E, Sullivan MJL, Carriere JS*, SusoRibera C. (2020). The impact of chronic pain on patients and spouses: consequences on occupational status, distribution of household chores and caregiving burden. European Journal of Pain 24 (9), 1730-1740. (Article publié).
  • Saliba J, Mohammadzedeh AA, Carriere JS*, Tawfik KO, Nguyen Q, Schwartz M, Friedmen R. (2019). The direct costs of microsurgical resection of vestibular schwannomas. Otology and Neurotology 41 (3), 397-402. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Lazaridou A, Martel MO, Cornelius M, Campbell C, Smith M, Haythornthwaite JA, Edwards RR. (2019). The moderating role of pain catastrophizing on the relationship between partner support and pain intensity: a daily diary study in patients with knee osteoarthritis. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 43 (5), 807-816. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Martel MO, Meints S, Cornelius M, Edwards RR. (2019). What do you expect? Catastrophizing mediates associations between expectancies and pain-facilitatory processes. European Journal of Pain 23 (4), 800-811. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Sturgeon JA, Yakobov E, Kao M-C, Mackey SC, Darnall BD. (2018). The impact of perceived injustice on pain-related outcomes: a combined model examining the mediating roles of pain acceptance and anger in a chronic pain sample. Clinical Journal of Pain 34 (8), 739-747. (Article publié).
  • Meints SM, Mawla I, Ortiz A, Napadow V, Kong J, Gerber J, Lang C, Mawla I, Chan S-T, Wasan AD, Kaptchuk TJ, McDonnell C, Carriere JS*, Rosen B, Gollub RL, Edwards RR. (2018). The relationship between catastrophizing and altered pain sensitivity in patients with chronic low back pain. Pain 160 (4), 833-843. (Article publié).
  • Elphinston R, Thibault P, Carriere JS*, Rainville P, Sullivan MJL. (2017). Cross-sectional and prospective correlates of recovery expectancies in the rehabilitation of whiplash injury. Clinical Journal of Pain 34 (4), 306-312. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Thibault P, Milioto M, Sullivan MJL. (2017). Expectancies mediate the relations between pain catastrophizing, fear of movement and return to work outcomes following whiplash injury. Journal of Pain 16 (12), 1280-1287. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Thibault P, Adams H, Milioto M, Ditto B, Sullivan MJL. (2017). Expectancies mediate the relationship between perceived injustice and return to work following whiplash injury: a 1-year prospective study. European Journal of Pain 21 (7), 1234-1242. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Martel M-O, Kao M-C, Sullivan MJL, Darnall BD. (2017). Pain behavior mediates the relationship between perceived injustice and opioid prescription for chronic pain: a Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry (CHOIR) study. Journal of Pain Research 10 557-566. (Article publié).
  • Sullivan MJL, Adams H, Thibault P, Moore E, Carriere JS*, Larivière C. (2017). Return to work helps maintain treatment gains in the rehabilitation of whiplash injury. Pain 154 (5), 980-987. (Article publié).
  • Sturgeon JA, Carriere JS*, Rico T, Kao M-C, Darnall BD, & Mackey SC. (2017). Social disruption mediates the relationship between perceived injustice and anger in chronic pain: a Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry Study. Annals Behavioral Medicine 50 (6), 802-812. (Article publié).
  • Saliba J, Al-Reefi M, Carriere JS*, Verma N, Provencal C, Rappaport JM. (2016). Accuracy of mobile-based audiometry in the evaluation of hearing loss in quiet and nosy environments. Otology Neurotology 156 (4), 706-711. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Ditto B, Sullivan MJL. (2016). Letter to the Editor: Further verification by causal mediation analysis that expectancies mediate the relationships between pain catastrophizing, fear of movement and return to work: a reply to Lee, Hübscher, and McAuley. Journal of Pain 17 (9), 1047-1048. (Article publié).
  • Saliba J, Tomaszewski M, Frenkiel S, Carriere JS*, Frasnelli J, Tewfik M. (2016). The role of trigeminal function in the sensation of nasal obstruction in chronic rhinosinusitis. Laryngoscope 126 (5), 802-812. (Article publié).
  • Carriere JS*, Thibault P, Sullivan MJL. (2014). The mediating role of recovery expectancies on the relation between depression and return to work. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 25 (2), 348-356. (Article publié).

Autres contributions

Présentations

  • (2023). A French-Canadian adaptation of Empowered Relief in francophone workers in primary care physiotherapy for low back pain. American Academy of Pain Medicine. États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Wang B, Coutu MF, Durand MJ, Carriere JS*. (2022). An examination of pain expectations in aging workers following occupational musculoskeletal injuries. International Association for the Study of Pain. Toronto, Canada
  • Carriere JS*, Donayre Pimental S, Bousaba S, Boehme B, Durand MJ, Coutu MF. (2022). A systematic review of the association between recovery expectancies and return to work in individuals with musculoskeletal pain. Canadian Pain Society. Canada
  • Carriere JS*, Donayre Pimental S, Bousaba S, Boehme B, Berbiche D, Coutu MF, Durand MJ. (2022). Recovery expectations as predictors of work disability: A systematic review and meta-analysis. International Association for the Study of Pain. Toronto, Canada
  • (2022). The psychology of pain: expectations and return to work. Quebec Pain Research Network. Canada
  • Paré C, Carriere JS*, Sullivan MJL. (2021). Positive, but not negative, expectancies mediate the relationship between depression and long-term pain. International Association for the Study of Pain. Amsterdam, Pays-Bas
  • Carriere JS*, Bou-Saba S, Cornelius M, Campbell C, Haythornthwaite JA, Edwards RR. (2021). The role of presurgical pain expectancies in predicting postoperative opioid use and dose following total knee arthroplasty. Canadian Pain Society. Virtual meeting. Canada
  • (2021). “Les attentes envers le rétablissement comme facteur de risque pour une incapacité prolongée” (Recovery expectancies as important risk factors for prolonged disability). Centre de recherche Charles-Le Moyne. Longueuil, Canada
  • (2020). Guest lecture: "Pain and Relationships". Bishop's University Department of Psychology. Sherbrooke, Canada
  • Carriere JS*, Boehme B, Coutu MF, Durand MJ, Cornelius M, Edwards R. (2020). Pain expectancies, altered pain sensitivity and work status in individuals with chronic low back pain. Canadian Pain Society. Virtual meeting. Canada
  • Carrière JS, Martel M-O, Meints S, Cornelius M, Edwards RR. (2019). An evaluation of the short- and long-term influence of presurgical expectancies on pain and function following total knee arthroplasty. American Pain Society. Milwaukee, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Saliba, J., Duddleston P, Grant C, Gupta M, Carrière JS*, Moshtagi O, Tawfik KO, Shwartz MA, Friedman RA. (2019). Pre-operative vestibular assessments predict early post-operative dizziness after acoustic neuroma resection. Quadrennial International Conference on Acoustic Neuroma. Minnesota, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • (2019). Using Psychology to Improve Recovery. Department of Surgery, University of California - San Diego. San Diego, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS, Martel M-O, Cornelius MC, Edwards RR. (2018). Pain catastrophizing mediates the relationship between pain expectancies and elevated pain sensitivity in patients with chronic back pain. American Pain Society Scientific Summit. Anaheim, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS*, Martel M-O, Meints S, Cornelius M, Edwards RR. (2018). Pain expectancies are associated with altered pain sensitivity in chronic low back pain patients. Canadian Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Montreal, Canada
  • Carriere JS, Martel M-O, Meints S, Cornelius M, Edwards RR. (2018). The relationship between pain expectancies and temporal summation of pain is mediated by pain catastrophizing: Examining associations across three groups. International Association for the Study of Pain. Boston, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS, Thibault P, Sullivan MJL. (2017). Examining the relationships between depressive symptoms, expectancies and work disability following a musculoskeletal injury. Journée Santé Mentale et Douleur. Montreal, Canada
  • (2017). Guest lecture: "Psychological influences on return to work outcomes: The central role of recovery expectancies". McGill University. Montreal, Canada
  • (2017). Guest lecture: "What do you expect? The role of pain catastrophizing and expectancies following musculoskeletal injuries". Department of Psychology, McGill University. Montreal, Canada
  • Carriere JS, Martel M-O, Kao M-C, Sullivan MJL, Darnall BD. (2017). Pain behavior mediates the relationship between perceived injustice and opioid prescription for chronic pain: A Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry (CHOIR) study. American Pain Society Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS, Saliba J, Taub C, Henry M, Mlynarek A, Black M, Hier MP, Sullivan MJL. (2016). An examination of the association between perceived injustice, disability and quality of life in head and neck cancer patients: A preliminary analysis. Society for Integrative Oncology International Conference. Miami, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS, Darnall BD, Ming K, Sullivan MJL, Mackey S. (2016). An examination of the roles of perceived injustice and pain acceptance on physical function and pain intensity in patients with chronic pain: A Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry (CHOIR) study. American Pain Society Annual Meeting. Houston, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS, Thibault P, Milioto M, Sullivan MJL. (2016). Expectations mediate the relationship between perceived injustice and return to work after whiplash injury: a 1-year prospective study. International Association for the Study of Pain. Yokohama, Japon
  • Carriere JS, Darnall BD, Ming K, Sullivan MJL, Mackey SC. (2016). Perceived injustice, pain behavior and opioid prescriptions: a vicious circle? A Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry (CHOIR) study. American Pain Society Annual Meeting. Houston, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • Carriere JS, Sullivan MJL, Darnall BD, Ming K, Sullivan MJL, Mackey SC. (2016). Perceived injustice and opioids for chronic noncancer pain: the role of pain behavior. McGill University Pain Day. Montreal, Canada
  • (2015). An Introduction to Psychology. Invited Speaker, Collège Trinité. St-Bruno-de-Montarville, Canada
  • (2015). Guest lecture: "The mediating role of expectancies in the relationship between psychological factors and pain-related outcomes". Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Stanford University. Palo Alto, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • (2015). Psychological influences on pain and disability outcomes: The central role of recovery expectancies. Systems Neuroscience and Pain Lab Presentation, Stanford University. Palo Alto, États-Unis d'Amérique
  • (2015). The predictive role of expectancies in the context of musculoskeletal injuries. McGill University Pain Day. Montreal, Canada
  • Carriere JS, Thibault P, Milioto M, Sullivan MJL. Do. (2014). Do not expect the worse: The mediating role of recovery expectancies on return to work following whiplash injury. International Association for the Study of Pain. Buenos Aires, Argentine
  • (2014). Social Psychology: Thoughts, Feelings and Behavior. Invited Speaker, Collège Trinité. St-Bruno-de-Montarville, Canada
  • Carriere JS, Thibault P, Sullivan MJL. (2014). The mediating role of recovery expectancies on the relation between depression and return to work. Canadian Pain Society Scientific Meeting. Quebec City, Canada
  • (2013). Pain perception and pain recall. Bishop’s Univeristy Research Week. Sherbrooke, Canada
  • (2013). “You may delay, but time will not”: Examining the effects of stress and procrastination on health outcomes. Procrastination Research Conference. Sherbrooke, Canada