Peer-reviewed journal articles

1. Dillard-Wright, J.; Valderama-Wallace, C.; Canty, L.; Perron, A.; De Sousa, I. & Gullick, J. (2023) What nursing chooses not to know: Practices of epistemic silence/silencing. Nursing Philosophy. e12443. DOI: 10.1111/nup.12443

2. De Sousa, I.; Miller, E.; Joshua, B.; Adams, J.; & Moorley, C. (2023) Insights on guest editorship for doctoral students and early-career researchers. Nurse Education Today. DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2023.105804

3. De Sousa, I., Wytenbroek, L., Boschma, G., & Thorne, S. (2023) “Reflections on Black nurses’ invisibility: Exploring the contribution of Black nurses to British Columbia (Canada), 1845 – 1910. Advances in Nursing Science. DOI: 10.1097/ANS.0000000000000484

4. De Sousa, I., Varcoe, C. (2021). “Centering Black feminist thought in nursing praxis”. Nursing Inquiry, 29, e12473. DOI: 10.1111/nin.12473

5. Crosschild, C., Huynh, N., De Sousa, I., Bawafaa, E., & Brown, H. (2021) “Where is critical analysis of power and positionality in knowledge translation?”. Health Research Policy and Systems Journal, 19(92). DOI: 10.1186/s12961-021-00726-w

6. Lauck, S., Lewis, K., Borregaard, B., & De Sousa, I. (2021) “What is the right decision for me?” Integrating patient perspectives through shared decision-making for valvular heart disease therapy. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 37(7), 1054–1063. DOI: 10.1016/j.cjca.2021.02.022.

7. De Sousa, I. & Woodward, S. (2016). The Glasgow Coma Scale in adults: Doing it right. Emergency Nurse, 24, 33-39. DOI: 10.7748/en.2016.e1638.

8. De Sousa, I. (2016). Thrombectomy in acute ischaemic stroke and the implications for nursing practice. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 12. S28-S31. DOI: 10.12968/bjnn.2016.12.Sup5.S28.

7. De Sousa, I. (2016). Developing an outpatient nurse-led stroke clinic in hospital: part 2. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing,12, 75-79. DOI: 10.12968/bjnn.2016.12.2.75.

8. De Sousa, I. (2016). Developing an outpatient nurse-led stroke clinic in hospital: Part 1. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 12. 10.12968/bjnn.2016.12.1.10.

9. De Sousa, I. (2012). Steps toward change: foot care in the stroke patient with diabetes. British Journal of Neuroscience nursing, 8. 10.12968/bjnn.2012.8.6.327.

Web-based publications

1. Wytenbroek, L., De Sousa, I., Hussein, T., Nguyen, K., Chiao, A. T.-H., Moeller, B., & Moffatt, M. (2022, February 28). Black History Month 2022 : Celebrating the contributions of Black nurses to healthcare.

2. Flynn, K., De Sousa, I., Dordunoo, D. & Wytenbroek, L. (2021, February 25) Black (in)Visibility: Black nurses in Canada who paved the way.

3. Dordunoo, D., De Sousa, I., Bawafaa, E. & Ojerinde, C. (2020) The Decade for People of African Descent. Issues Summary Nurse and Nurse Practitioners of British Columbia.

4. De Sousa, I. & Bawafaa, E. (2020). Black History Month: A recognition of black nurses’ contributions to healthcare in Canada and the world.

5. De Sousa, I. (2017) Keep up to date with the huge improvements in stroke treatment. Nursing Standard.

6. De Sousa, I. (2016). O papel do enfermeiro especialista em AVC num hospital de Londres: uma realidade distante ou proxima da portuguesa?. Nursing Portugal.

Other Publications

1. De Sousa, I. (2020). An anti-racist and anti-discriminatory intersectional tool for nursing. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 16(Sup5), p.S3-S5.

2. De Sousa, I. (2019). Annual Imperial Thrombectomy Symposium: a review. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 15(Suppl 5), S26. 10.12968/bjnn.2019.15.Sup5.S26

3. De Sousa, I. (2018). These are exciting times in stroke care. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 14. S3-S3. 10.12968/bjnn.2018.14.Sup2.S3.

4. De Sousa, I. (2018). UK Stroke Forum Conference 2017. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 14. S20-S21. 10.12968/bjnn.2018.14.Sup2.S20.

5. De Sousa, I. (2017). The loss of EU nurses has huge implications for patients and the NHS. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 13. 158-158. 10.12968/bjnn.2017.13.4.158.

6. De Sousa, I. (2016). European Stroke Conference 2016: have we forgotten the ‘old kid’?. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 12. S32-S32. 10.12968/bjnn.2016.12.Sup5.S32.

7. De Sousa, I. (2015). How well are we performing? An update on the quality of stroke care. British Journal of Neuroscience nursing. 11. 294 – 295. 10.12968/bjnn.2015.11.6.294.