1. Lauck, S., Borregaard, B., Lewis, K., De Sousa, I. (2021). Implementation of shared decision-making for aortic stenosis: Development of a patient decision aid. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 20(Suppl 1). 10.1093/eurjcn/zvab060.027
2. Huang, V., Marais, O., De Sousa, I., Field, T. (2021) Interviews with young stroke survivors to inform better care. International Journal of Stroke. 16(Suppl 2). 10.1177/17474930211041949
3. Gill, C., De Sousa, I., Bailey, A. (2019). The challenges and successes of mechanical thrombectomy implementation for nurses in the United Kingdom. Stroke. 10.1161/str.50.suppl_1.TP455
4. Jensch G., De Sousa I., & Hart A. (2017) Abstract 134: How are you feeling? – a campaign to encourage staff to ask patients about their emotional wellbeing. International Journal of Stroke, 12(5_suppl), 7–59. 10.1177/1747493017732216
5. De Sousa I., Crow J., & Penny L. (2017) Abstract 118: Can tailored secondary stroke prevention provided by the stroke specialist nurse be enhanced by occupational therapists and physiotherapists and incorporated in therapy sessions?. International Journal of Stroke, 12(5_suppl), 7–59. 10.1177/1747493017732216
Selected Conference Papers
1. De Sousa, I & Wytenbroek, L (2022, June 9).“Black Nurses Visibility in British Columbia: 1845-1910” [Oral Presentation]. Canadian Association for the History of Nursing, Ottawa, Canada, and Virtual
2. Dizzono, V, De Sousa, I, Field, T (2022, March 11). “We’ve dealt with so much. There’s more coming?”: learning from people with Adult Congenital Heart Disease to inform knowledge translation initiatives about brain and heart health [Oral Presentation]. Putting Patients First, 2022, British Columbia, Canada.
3. De Sousa, I. (2021, February 25). Black nurses (in)visibility in BC, 1845 to 1940 [Oral presentation]. Black (in)visibility: Black nurses in Canada who paved the way – Black History Month Event, University of British Columbia, School of Nursing, Vancouver, Canada
4. De Sousa, I. (2020, May 1). Black Feminist Thought for developing Nursing knowledge [Conference session]. 2020 Graduate Student Research Symposium, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. https://nursing.ubc.ca/news-events/events/16-dec-2019/2020-graduate-student-research-symposium
5. De Sousa, I. (2020, June 10-12). Can Black Feminist Thought developed Nursing knowledge? [Conference session]. ISIH 2020 8th International Conference, Lleda, Spain. https://isihconference.com/ (Conference cancelled)
6. De Sousa, I. & Benitez, M. (2019, April 12-13). Improving door-to-puncture times: The Imperial experience [Conference session]. Annual Imperial Thrombectomy Symposium, London, United Kingdom. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/annual-imperial-thrombectomy-symposium-tickets-53642554324#
7. De Sousa, I., Benitez, M., Banerjee, S., Davies, S., Benefer, D., & Rane, N. (2019, March 19-22). Developing the Thrombectomy pathway in a London neuroscience centre: The use of simulation. [Conference session]. 11th European Association of Neuroscience Nurses Congress, Manchester, United Kingdom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_1iACBvMSM&feature=youtu.be
8. De Sousa, I., & Cluckie, G. (2018, May 14). National Nursing challenges [Conference session]. Annual Imperial Thrombectomy Symposium, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/annual-thrombectomy-symposium-tickets-44601848329?aff=aff0eventful#
9. De Sousa, I. & Woodward, S. (2017, May 13-16). Digesting Dysphagia [Conference session]. Royal College of Nursing Congress, Liverpool, United Kingdom.