• Dr. Norah Vincent.
  • Professor

    Max Rady College of Medicine
    Clinical Health Psychology
    PZ350-771 Bannatyne Avenue
    University of Manitoba
    Winnipeg, MB R3E 3N4

    Phone: 204-787-7424


Adjunct member, clinical associate, department of psychology, University of Manitoba

Research themes

  • Clinical research
  • Health services research

Research interests

  • Effectiveness of healthcare
  • Engagement in healthcare
  • Insomnia in medical conditions
  • Sleep disorders
  • Stepped care delivery
  • Technology in healthcare delivery


  • Sleep disorders
  • Stepped care in sleep disorders
  • Telepsychology in health care
  • Web-based health care

Research affiliations

Research groups

Behavioural Sleep Medicine Evaluation Unit

Research summary

A major focus of her research work and clinical innovation has been the development of web-based interventions for common clinical problems, particularly sleep.

A major challenge has been that highly effective treatments, as demonstrated in clinical trials (RCTs), involve significant amounts of clinician time to administer and/or supervise. This increases the cost of treatment and limits the number of persons who may receive the intervention.

Her research has evaluated engagement, preferences, and outcomes in adults who have used web-based and telepsychology interventions. Additionally, she has examined the efficiency of service delivery using a stepped care model for common sleep disorders.


Dr. Norah Vincent is a professor in clinical health psychology at the University of Manitoba and the adult treatment team lead for clinical health psychology.

She is responsible for the delivery and coordination of outpatient sleep and mental health services to adult outpatients in clinical health psychology. She conducts applied and translational research, with a focus on sleep disorders.

Dr. Vincent supervises residents in the Max Rady College of Medicine with a particular focus on cognitive behavioral therapies for mental health conditions, including sleep disorders.


PhD, University of Manitoba (1998)

Master of Arts, University of Manitoba (1993)

Bachelor of Arts, University of Manitoba (1991)

Bachelor of Science, University of Manitoba (1988)


Award for Excellence in Professional Training, Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs (2023)

Canadian Psychological Association Fellow (Distinguished Service to the Profession) (2020)

Insomnia Expert on the National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Disorder Council (2016)

Leading Practice Award, Accreditation Canada (2010)

Morgan Wright Award (1995)

Contact us

Clinical Health Psychology
PZ350-771 Bannatyne Avenue
University of Manitoba, Bannatyne Campus
Winnipeg, MB R3E 3N4 Canada