Marilyn Cameron is an MA Planning student in the School of Planning at the University of Waterloo, under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Dean. She completed a BA in Honours Psychology from the University of Windsor in 2013 and an MSc in Health, Community, and Development from the London School of Economics in 2015 where she completed her thesis on the health benefits of participation in alternative economies and forms of social action. Since that time, she has worked in the areas of stakeholder engagement, group facilitation, and collaborative decision making for healthcare, municipalities, and other public sector organizations tackling a range of social challenges. Marilyn’s current research focuses on the impacts of public spaces and social infrastructure on social and community wellbeing. Additional research interests include inclusive design and accessibility, placemaking, and grassroots community development.
- Cameron, M., Cramer, K. M., & Manning, D. (2020). Relating parenting styles to adult emotional intelligence: A retrospective study. Athens journal of social sciences, 7(3), 185-196.
- McLellan, C., O’Neil, A. I., Cameron, M., Reed, A., Henderin, C., Dellavalle, R. P., & Tan, J. (2019). Facilitating informed treatment decisions in acne: a pilot study of a patient Decision Aid. Journal of cutaneous medicine and surgery, 23(1), 117-118.
- O’Neil, A. I., McLellan, C., Cameron, M., Reed, A., Henderin, C., Dellavalle, R. P., & Tan, J. (2019). Putting the Patient in Patient-Centred Care: Pilot Testing an Updated Patient Decision Aid for Plaque Psoriasis. Journal of cutaneous medicine and surgery, 23(1), 119-120.
- Cameron, M., Tan, J., McLellan, C., O'Neil, A. I., Reed, A., Henderin, C., Dellavalle, R. P., & Boyal, S. (2018). Development of patient decision aids for plaque psoriasis and acne. Dermatology online journal, 24(7).