Recent Scholarship in Professional Education & Practice by Members


Amann, J., Kribs, S. & Hibbert, K (Forthcoming). Today’s Radiology Student: What every Radiology Training Program Director Needs to Know. In Chhem, R. K., Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (Eds.). Radiology Education: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Armstrong, P.W., Dempster, L.J., Hawkins, D.G., Law, M., Ogilvie, T.H., Orchard, C., Schechter, M.T., Sindelar, R.D., & Whiteside, C.I. (2005). The birth of the Canadian academy of health sciences. Clin Invest Med, 28(2), 43-45.

Bartlett, D.J., Lucy, S.D., & Bisbee, L. (2006). Item generation and pilot testing of the Comprehensive Professional Behaviours Development Log. Journal of Allied Health, 35, 89-93.

Berman, H. (2003). Getting critical with children: Empowering approaches with a disempowered group. Advances in Nursing Science, 26, 102-113.

Berman, H., Irias Giron, E., & Ponce Marroquin (2006). A narrative study of refugee women who have experienced violence in the context of war. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research,38(4),32-53.

Berman, H. & Jiwani, Y. (In press). Newcomer girls in Canada: Implications for interventions by mental health professionals. In S. Guruge & E. Collins (Eds), Working with Immigrant and Refugee Women: Guidelines for Mental Health Professionals.

Bethune-Davies, P., McWilliam, C., & Berman, H. (2006). Living With the Health and Social Inequities of a Disability: A Critical Feminist Study. Health Care for Women International, 27(3), 204-222.

Borman, C. B. & McKenzie, P. J. (2005). Trying to help without getting in their faces: Public library staff descriptions of providing consumer and mental health information. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 45(2), 35-45. Winner of Reference Service Press Award for best article of the year, Reference and User Services Association of the American Library Association, June 2007.

Bossers, A., Miller, L. T., Polatajko, H. J., & Hartley, M. (2007). Competency Based Fieldwork Evaluation for Occupational Therapists. CBFE-OT 2007 Edition. Albany, NY: Delmar.

Bossers, A., Miller, L. T., Polatajko, H. J., & Hartley, M. (2002). Competency Based Fieldwork Evaluation for Occupational Therapists. CBFE-OT. Albany, NY: Delmar.

Bossers, A., Kernaghan, J., Hodgins, L., Merla, L., O-Connor,C., & Van Kessel, M. (1999). Defining and developing professionalism. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66(3), 116-121.

Bossers, A.M. & Hartley, M. (1999). Exploring student perceptions of the part-time therapist/full-time student placement. Innovations in Occupational Therapy Education, Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., 124-134.

Bossers, A., Bezzina, M.B., Hobson, S., Kinsella, E.A., Rolleman, L., Moosa, T., Schurr, S., MacPhail, A., Jenkins, K., DeLuca, S., Ferguson, K., Macnab, J. (2007). Preceptor Education Program (PEP) for health Professionals and Students: An interprofessional, on-line program to enhance the clinical preparation of health professional preceptors and students. MOH LTC grant supported project.

Brunarski, D., Shaw, L., Doupe, L. (2008). Moving toward virtual interdisciplinary teams and a multi-stakeholder approach in community-based return to work care. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation. 30 (3).

Cox, P., Bossers, A., Pepper, J., Beaton, C., & Gage,M. (1999). Interdisciplinary pilot project in a rehabilitation setting. Journal of Allied Health, 28(1), 25-29.

Carlesso, L., Bartlett, D.J., Padfield, B., & Chesworth, B.M. (2007). Cervical manipulation and informed consent: Canadian manipulative physiotherapists' opinions on communicating risk. Physiotherapy Canada, 59, 86-98.

Caty, M.E., Kinsella, E. A. & Doyle, P. (In Press). Linking the art of practice in head and neck cancer rehabilitation with the scientist’s art of research: A case study. Canadian Journal of Speech Language Pathology

Chhem, R. K., Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (Eds.) (Forthcoming). Radiology Education: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Chhem, R., Hibbert, K & Van Deven, T. (Guest Editors) (forthcoming). Special Issue: Higher Education in Southeast Asia: Global challenges for Intellectual Capital Building, Canadian and International Education Journal.

Clark, K., & Leipert, B. (2007). Strengthening and sustaining social supports for rural elders. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 7 (1), 13-26.

Clarke, L. & Nisker, J. (Eds.). (2007). In Our Hands: On Becoming a Doctor. Halifax: Pottersfield Press.

Cox, S.M., Yew, S., & Nisker, J. (2005). Prenatal diagnosis for late-onset disease-always room for discussion. Fertility and Sterility, 83(6), 1887-1888.

Crosato, K., Ward-Griffin, C., & Leipert, B. (2007). Aboriginal women caregivers of the elderly in geographically isolated communities. Rural and Remote Health 7, 796 (online). Available at:

Daniels, K., Feyles, V., & Nisker, J., et al. (2006). Sperm donation: Implications of Canada's Assisted Human Reproduction Act 2004 for recipients, donors, health professionals, and institutions. J Obstet Gynaecol Ca, 28(7), 608-615.

Davies, E. & McKenzie, P. J. (2004). Preparing for opening night: temporal boundary objects in textually-mediated professional practice. Information Research, 10(1) paper 211 [Available at]

Day, J.I., Clark, J.M., Lancaster, J., Bednash, F., & Orchard, C. (2008). The global alliance for nursing education and scholarship: Delivering a vision for nursing education. International Journal of Nursing Studies. Accepted for publication.

Devantier SL, Minda JP, Goldszmidt M, Haddara W, 2009 Categorizing Patients in a Forced-Choice Triad Task: The Integration of Context in Patient Management. PLoS ONE 4(6): e5881.

Ellett, F. & Pitman, A. (In press). Teaching critical thinking in a democratic society. In Sobocan, J. & Groake, L. (Eds.), Critical thinking, education and assessment. London, ON: Althouse Press.

Gantert, T. & McWilliam, C.L. (2004). Interdisciplinary Team Processes Within an In-Home Service Delivery Organization. Home Health Services Quarterly, 23(3), 1-17.

Goldszmidt, M.A., Kortas, C., & Meehan, S (2007). Advanced medical communications: support for our international residents. Medical Education 41(5), 522.

Goldszmidt, M., Zibrowski, E., & Weston, W. (2008). Education Scholarship: It's not just a question of 'Degree'. Medical Teacher, 30(1), 34-39.

Haldenby, A., Berman, H., & Forchuk, C. (2007). Homelessness and health in adolescents. Qualitative Health Research, 17, 1232-1244.

Hall, J. Bainbridge, L., Buchan, A., Cribb, A., Drummond, J., Gyles, C. Hicks, P., Laupacis, A. McWilliam C., Paterson, B., Ratner, P., Skarakis-Doyle, E. & Solomon, P. (2006). Interdisciplinary Research in the Health Sciences in Canada. Canadian medical Association Journal, 175, 763-771.

Hanna, S.E., Russell, D.J., Bartlett, D.J., Kertoy, M.L., Rosenbaum, P.L., & Wynn, K. (2007). Measurement practices and professional culture in pediatric rehabilitation: A survey of physical, occupational, and speech-language therapists in Ontario. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 27(2), 25-42.

Hayes, L.J., Orchard, C.A., McGillis Hall, L., Nincic, V, O'Brien-Pallas, L., & Andrews, G. (2006). Career intentions of nursing students and new nurse graduates: A review of the literature. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 3(1), Article 26, 1-15.

Heydon, R., Hibbert, K. & Iannacci, L. (2004/2005). Strategies to support balanced literacy approaches in pre and in-service teacher education. Journal of Adult and Adolescent Literacy. 48(4), 2-9.

Hibbert, K. (2008). Virtual communities of practice: A vehicle for meaningful professional development. In C. Kimble & P. Hildreth, (Eds)., Communities of Practice: Creating Learning Environments for Educators. London UK: Idea Group Publishing.

Hibbert, K., Heydon, R. & Rich, S. (2007). Beacons of light, rays, or sun catchers? A case study of the positioning of literacy teachers and their knowledge in neoliberal times. Teacher and Teaching Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies.doi: 10.1016/j.tate.2007.01.014

Hibbert, K. & Iannacci, L. (2005). From Dissemination to Discernment: The Commodification of Literacy Instruction and the Fostering of ‘Good Teacher Consumerism’. Reading Teacher, 58 (8), 2-13.

Hibbert, K. & Rich, S. (2006). Virtual communities of practice. In Weiss, J., Nolan, J. & Trifonas, P. (Eds). The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments, Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Hibbert, K. Van Deven, T. & Chhem, R.K. (under review). Promoting Evidence-based Education in Radiology. Academic Medicine.

Hussain, Y., Berman, H., Poletti, R., Lougheed-Smith, R., Ladha, A., Ward, A., & MacQuarrie, B. (2005). Violence in the Lives of Girls in Canada: Creating Spaces of Understanding and Change in a Research Context. In Y. Jiwani, C. Steenbergen, & C. Mitchell (Eds.). Girlhood: Redefining the Limits (pp. 53-70). Montreal: Black Rose Books

Jutzi, L., Vogt, K.N., Drever. E., & Nisker, J.A. (2009). Recruiting Medical Students to Rural Communities: Perspectives of Medical Students and Rural Recruiters. Can J Fam Practice, 55(1), 72-73.

Kabene, S.M., Orchard, C., Howard, J., Leduc, R., & Soriano, M. (2006). The importance of human resources in health care: A global context. (Selected as a special feature in International Hospital Federation Reference Book, 2006/2007.

Kelly, E., & Nisker, J. (2009). Increasing bioethics education in preclinical medical curricula may predispose students to experience ethical dilemmas in clinical clerkships, Academic Medicine, 84(4),498-504.

Kharaboyan, L. Knoppers, B.M., Avard, D., Nisker, J. Understanding Umbilical Cord Blood Banking. Women’s Health Issues. 2007;17(5):277-280.

Khoo HE, Chhem RK. Problem-Based Learning: Issues and Challenges. Ann Acad Med Singapore, July 2001, 30(4):338-9.

King, G., Bartlett, D.J., Currie, M., Gilpin, M., Baxter, D., Willoughby, C., Tucker, M.A., & Strachan, D. (2008). Measuring the expertise of pediatric rehabilitation therapists. International Journal of Disability, Development, and Education, 55(1), 5-26.

King, G., Currie, M., Bartlett, D., Gilpin, M., Willoughby, C., Tucker, M. A., Strachan, D., & Baxter, D. (2007). The development of expertise in pediatric rehabilitation therapists: Changes in approach, self-knowledge, and use of enabling and customizing strategies. Developmental Neurorehabiliation, 10, 223-240.

King, G., Currie, M., Bartlett, D.J., Strachan, D., Tucker, M.A., & Willoughby C. (2007). The development of expertise in pediatric rehabilitation therapists: The roles of motivation, openness to experience, and types of caseload experience. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 54, online version pages 1-15.

Kinsella, E. A. & Phelan, S. (In Press). “I am not the same person I was in September”: Eliciting occupational narratives through an arts-based approach to ethics education. In M. Molineux (Ed.) Occupational narratives: Narrative research in human occupation and health.  Blackwell Press.

Kinsella, E. A., Phelan, S., DiMuzio, T. & Kwong, J. (2008). Moral Imagination: Three portraits. In J. Nisker (Ed.) From the other side of the fence: Stories from health care professionals (pp. 83-96).  Halifax, NS:  Pottersfield Press. 

Kinsella, E., Bossers, A., & Ferreira, D. (2008). Enablers and challenges to international practice education: a case study. Learning in Health and Social Care, 7 (2), 79-82.

Kinsella, E. A.  (2005).  Constructions of self: Ethical overtones in surprising locations. Journal of Medical Ethics: Medical Humanities, 31, 67-71.

Kinsella, E. A. (2006).  Constructions of self: Ethical overtones in surprising locations. In F. Rapport & P. Wainwright (Eds.), The self in health and illness: Patients, professionals and narrative identity. Abingdon, UK: Radcliffe.

Kinsella, E. A.  (2006). Constructivist underpinnings in Schön’s theory of reflective practice, Reflective Practice, 7(3). 277-286.

Kinsella, E. A. (2006). Hermeneutics and Critical Hermeneutics: Exploring Possibilities within the Art of Interpretation [47 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozial­forschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], May, 7(3), Art. 19. Available at:

Kinsella, E. A. (2006).  Poetic resistance: Juxtaposing personal and professional discursive constructions in a practice setting.  Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 4(1), 35-49.

Kinsella, E. A. (2007). Advanced topics in reflective practice. In A. Bossers, M.B. Bezzina, S. Hobson, A. Kinsella, A. MacPhail, S. Schurr, T. Mosa, L. Rolleman, K. Ferguson, S. Deluca, J. Macnab & K. Jenkins. On-line preceptor education program: Preparing partners of learning in the field.  University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Health Sciences & The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Kinsella, E. A. (2007). Educating socially responsive practitioners: What can the literary arts offer health professional education?  In D. Clover & J. Stalker (Eds.).  The arts and social justice: Re-crafting adult education and community cultural leadership (pp. 39-58). Leicester, UK: NIACE.

Kinsella, E. A. (2007).  Embodied reflection and the epistemology of reflective practice. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 41(3), 395-410.

Kinsella, E. A. (2007). Technical rationality in Schön’s reflective practice: Dichotomous or non-dualistic epistemological position.  Nursing Philosophy, 8, 102-113.

Kinsella, E. A. & Jenkins, K. (2007). Fostering reflective practice. In A. Bossers, M.B. Bezzina, S. Hobson, A. Kinsella, A. MacPhail, S. Schurr, T. Mosa, L. Rolleman, K. Ferguson, S. Deluca, J. Macnab & K. Jenkins. On-line preceptor education program: Preparing partners of learning in the field.  University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Health Sciences & The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Kinsella, E. A. (2007). Advanced topics in reflective practice. In A. Bossers, M.B. Bezzina, S. Hobson, A. Kinsella, A. MacPhail, S. Schurr, T. Mosa, L. Rolleman, K. Ferguson, S. Deluca, J. Macnab & K. Jenkins. On-line preceptor education program: Preparing partners of learning in the field.  University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Health Sciences & The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Kinsella, E. A. & Whiteford, G. (2008). Knowledge generation and utilization: Toward epistemic reflexivity. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. (On-line Early:August).

Kinsella, E. A., Park, A., Appiagyei, J., Chang, E. & Chow, D.  (2008). Through the eyes of students: Ethical tensions in Occupational Therapy practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75(3), 2-9.

Klinger, L & Bossers, A. (2009). Contributing to operations of community agencies through integrated fieldwork experiences. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(3), 171-179.

Klinger, L. (2005). Occupational adaptation: Perspectives of people with traumatic brain injury. Journal of Occupational Science, 12(1), 9-16.

Klinger, L., Baptiste, B., & Adams, J.R. (2004). Life care plans: An emerging area for occupational therapists. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71(2), 88-99

Legassie J, Zibrowski E, Goldszmidt M. 'Measuring Resident Well-Being: Impostorism and Burnout Syndrome in Residency. JGIM (in press).

Leipert, B. (In Press). Rural women walking for health. Western Journal of Nursing Research. Invited Commentary.

Leipert, B. (2006). Rural and remote women developing resilience to manage vulnerability. Invited book chapter for H. Lee and C. Winters, (Eds.). Rural nursing: Concepts, theory, and practice (2nd ed., pp. 79-95). New York: Springer.

Leipert, B., & Bushy, A. (2006). From earth to space: Women’s health and nursing at the frontier. Human Performance in Extreme Environments, 9 (1), 1-14.
Leipert, B., & George, J. (2008). Determinants of rural women’s health: A qualitative study in southwest Ontario. Journal of Rural Health, 24 (2), 210-218.

Leipert, B., Kloseck, M., McWilliams, D., Forbes, D., Kothari, A., & Oudshoorn, A. Fitting a round peg into a square hole: Exploring issues, challenges, and strategies for solutions in rural home care setting. The rural context and flexible client-driven care. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 7 (2), 5-20. Available at:
Leipert, B., Matsui, D., & Rieder, M. (2006). Women and pharmacologic therapy in rural and remote Canada. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine 11(4), 296-300.

Leipert, B., Matsui, D., Wagner, J., & Rieder, M. (in press). Rural women and pharmacologic therapy: Needs, issues, and solutions in rural Canada. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine.

Leipert, B., & Smith, J. (In Press). Using photovoice to explore rural older women’s health promotion needs and resources. In P. Armstrong (Ed.), Women’s health: Intersections of policy, research, and practice. Toronto: Women Scholars Press.

Lencucha, R., Kinsella, E. A., Sumsion, T. (2008). The formation and maintenance of social relationships among individuals living with Schizophrenia. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 11, 330-355.

MacIntosh, M., Taylor, S., Klinger, L., & Miller, L. (2007). Enabling occupation by changing the fit between person and environment: A role for occupational therapy at The University of Western Ontario. Occupational Therapy Now, 9(2), 22-24.

MacLachlan, J., Laliberte Rudman, D., Klinger, L. (2007).  Low vision: A preliminary exploration of its impact on the daily lives of older women and perceived constraints to service use.  Physical and occupational therapy in geriatrics. 26 (2).

Macmillan, R. (Ed.).  (2003).  Questioning Leadership:  The Greenfield legacy. London, ON:  Althouse Press. 
Macmillan, R. & Meyer. M.  (2006).  Guilt and inclusion:  The emotional fallout for secondary teachers.  Exceptionalities Education Canada. 16 (1).

Macmillan, R., Meyer, M. & Northfield, S.  (2004) Trust and its role in principal succession: A preliminary examination of a continuum of trust.  Leadership and Policy in Schools, 3 (4), 275-294.

Macmillan, R., Meyer, M. & Northfield, S.  (2005) The necessity of trust for the school leader. In H. Armstrong (Ed.), Examining the Practice of School Administration in Canada.  Calgary:  Detselig.

Mason R, Hyman I, Berman H, Guruge S, Kanaganatram P, Manuel L. (In press). Violence is
an international language: Tamil women’s perceptions of intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women    

McKenzie, P. J.  (2004).  Positioning theory and the negotiation of information needs in a clinical midwifery setting. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55(8), 685-694.

McKenzie, P. J.  (2006).  Mapping textually-mediated information practice in clinical midwifery care.  In, A. Spink, & C. Cole (Eds.) New Horizons in Human Information Behavior (pp. 73-92),   Springer.

McWilliam, C. L. (In Press- 2009). The Theoretical Basis of Social Phenomenology. In: Bourgeault, I.L., Devies, R. & Dingwall, R. (Eds.) Sage Handbook on Qualitative Health Research

McWilliam, C.L., Kothari, A., Kloseck, M., Ward-Griffin, C. & Forbes, D. (2009). Evolving the
Theory and Praxis of Knowledge Translation through Social Interaction: A Social Phenomenologica Study. Implementation Science, 26 (4).

McWilliam, C.L. et al. (2003). Building Empowering Partnerships for Interprofessional Care.  Journal of Interprofessional Care, 17(4), 363-375.

McWilliam, C.L. (2007). Continuing education at the cutting edge: Promoting transformative
knowledge translation. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 27(2), 72-79.

McWilliam, C. L., Hoch, J., Coyte, P., Stewart, M., Vingilis, E., Ward-Griffin, C., Donner, A., Browne, G. & Anderson, K. (2007). Can we afford consumers choice in home care? Care      Management  Journals, 8(4), 10-18.

McWilliam, C.L., Stewart, M., Vingilis, E., Hoch, J., Ward-Griffin, C., Donner, A., Browne, G., Coyte, P. & Anderson, K. (2004).  Flexible Client-Driven Case Management.  Journal of Case Management, 5(2), 73 – 86.

McWilliam, C.L. & Ward-Griffin, C. (2006). Implementing organizational change in health and social services.  Journal of Organizational Change Management, 19(2), 119-135.

Meyer, M. & Macmillan, R.  (2002-2003).  Enlivening data:  Using theatre to communicate educational research.  Arts & Learning Research Journal, 19 (1), 55-74.

Milner, T., & Bossers, A. (2005).  Evaluation of an occupational therapy mentorship program.  Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72(4), 205 - 211.

Milner, T., & Bossers, A. (2004). Evaluation of the mentor-mentee relationship in an occupational therapy mentorship programme. Occupational Therapy International, 11(2), 96-111.

Miller, L., Bossers, A., Polatajko, H.J. & Hartley, M. (2001). Competency based fieldwork evaluation for health sciences students. Occupational Therapy International, 8(4), 244-262.

Murray, J., & Klinger, L. & Chovaz McKinnon, C. (2007).  The Deaf: An exploration of the nature of their participation in community life. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 27(3), 113-120.

Mykitiuk, R., & Nisker, J. (2008). Assisted reproduction. In Peter A. Singer & A.M. Viens (Eds.), Cambridge Textbook of Bioethics.  Cambridge University Press.

Mykitiuk, R., Nisker, J., & Bluhm, R. (2007) The Canadian Assisted Human Reproduction Act: protecting women's health while potentially allowing human somatic cell nuclear transfer into non-human oocytes. American Journal of Bioethics, 7(2), 71-73.

Nisker, J.A. (2003).  Medical Students Mirror and Hold Mirrors [Ed]. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 25(12), 995-996.

Nisker, J.A. (2004). Ethical Issues of “Case” Reports:  What Can We Learn from Case Studies? [Ed]. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 26(1), 7-9.

Nisker, J.A. (2004). Narrative ethics in health care. In J. Storch, P. Rodney, & R. Starzomski (Eds.). Toward a moral horizon, Pearson Education Leadership and Practice.

Nisker J. (2006). A covenant model for the medical educator–student relationship: lessons from the covenant model of the physician–patient relationship. [Comm].  Medical Education, 40(6), 502-503.

Nisker J. (2007). In Their Hands. In L. Clarke & J. Nisker (Eds.).  In Our Hands: On Becoming a Doctor (pp. 19-23).Halifax: Pottersfield Press.

Nisker J. (2008). Chalcedonies. In Nisker J. (Ed.) From the Other Side of the Fence:  Stories from Health Care Professionals. Halifax: Pottersfield Press.

Nisker J (Ed.) (2008). From the Other Side of the Fence:  Stories from Health Care Professionals. Halifax: Pottersfield Press.

Nisker J. (2008). Theatre as a health-policy research tool. In J. G. Knowles & A. L. Cole (Eds.) Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research: Perspectives, Methodologies, Examples, and Issues. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Northfield, S., Macmillan, R. & Meyer, M.  (2006).  Strategic leadership during principal succession. The Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations. 17 (2)

Orchard, C. (2004). Interdisciplinary collaborative practice: A proposed model for improving care.  Clinical Notes, Winter.

Orchard, C. (2004).  Commentary: The case for national standards. Nursing Leadership, 17(4), 54-55.

Orchard, C., Curran, V, & Kabene, S. (2005).  Creating a culture of interdisciplinary collaborative professional practice.  Medical Education online, 10(11), 1-13.

Orchard, C.A., Reid-Haughian, C., & Vanderlee, R. (2006). Health outcomes for better information and care: Implementation at the nursing student level.  Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 19(3), 28-33.

Perkins E, Ginn L. Fanning J, Bartlett DJ. (2004). Effect of nursing education on positioning of infants in the neonatal intensive care unit. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 16, 2-12.

Phelan, S. & Kinsella, E. A. (2009). Occupational identity: Engaging socio-cultural perspectives. Journal of Occupational Science, 16(2), 85-91.

Pitman, A. (In preparation).  Mathematics as a Cultural Curriculum.  Rotterdam: Sense Publishing.

Pitman, A. (2006).  Ontario, Canada: The state asserts its voice - accountability supercedes responsibility.  In Tatto, M.T. (Ed.),  Teacher education reform and accountability: A comparative perspective.  Oxford: Symposium Press.

Pitman, A. (2007).  The ideological and economic repositioning of universities.  Canadian and International Education 36 (3), 1-14.     

Pitman, A. & Chishtie, F. (2004).  Pakistan: A clash of globalizing forces?  In H. Daun & G. Walford (Eds.), Educational strategies among Muslims in the context of globalization (pp. 103-121).  Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.           

Pitman, A. & Chishtie, F. (2004).  Pakistan: The State, religion, and school mathematics.  Canadian and International Education 33(2), 31-56.

Rich, S.J. & Hibbert, K. (2006). Going the distance: One education faculty initiates online professional learning courses. In B. Pasian (Ed). Plan to learn: Case studies in elearning Project  Management. Toronto: Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance.

Rich, S.J. & Hibbert, K. (2006). Learning to go the distance: Planning professional development in an e-learning context. In B. Pasian (Ed). ELearning Project Management: Canadian Perspectives. Toronto: Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance.

Shaw, L. & MacKinnon, J. (2004) A multidimensional view of health. Education for Health, 17(2), 213-222.

Shaw, L., Sumsion, T., McWilliam, C. & MacKinnon, J. (2004) Service provider challenges in implementing participatory approaches in employment rehabilitation. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 21(3), 123-136.

Shaw, L., Walker, R., & Hogue, A. (2008). The Art and Science of Teamwork: A transdisciplinary approach. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation. 30 (3).

Sinding, C., Gray, R., & Nisker, J. (2008). Ethical Issues and Issues of Ethics. In J. G. Knowles & A. L. Cole (Eds.).  Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research: Perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Van Deven, T., Hibbert, K. & Chhem, R. The Genesis and application of radiology education: Mind the gap. In Chhem, R. K., Hibbert, K. & Van Deven, T. (Eds.) (Forthcoming). Radiology Education: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Varpalotai, A., & Leipert, B. (2006). Rural schools / rural communities: Partnerships between physical and health educators and public health nurses.  Invited book chapter in E. Singleton & A. Varpalotai (Eds.), Stones in the Sneaker: Active Theory for Secondary School Physical and Health Educators (pp.203-222).  London: Althouse Press.

Watling CJ, Kenyon C, Zibrowski E, Schulz V, Goldszmidt M, Singh I, Maddocks HL, Lingard L.  Rules of Engagement:  Residents’ Perceptions of the In-Training Evaluation Process (Submitted to Medical Education Feb 2008)
Williams, M. & Macmillan, R. (2003). Litigation in Special Education between 1996-1998: The Quest for Equality.  Education & Law Journal.

Williams, M. & Macmillan, R.  (2005). Litigation in special education:  From placement to programming.  Education & Law Journal, 15 (1), 31-60.

Zibrowski E, Weston W, Goldszmidt M.  ‘I Don’t Have Time’: Fragmentation, Prioritization, and Motivation for Education Scholarship in Medical Faculty (submitted to Medical Education Nov 2007).

Zubair A, Chhem RK.  Professionalism in Medical Education.  Asian Medical Educator 2003, 1(1):1-5.

Federal Reports

Nisker J, Cox S, Kazubowski-Houston M. Citizen Deliberation On Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, prepared for Health Canada 2006.

Nisker J.  Response to Quebec Challenge to the Assisted Human Reproduction Act, prepared for the Justice Department 2006.

Technical Reports

Jennings, M.B., Cheesman, M.F., Klinger, L., Boody, L. (2007).  Classroom hearing accessibility evaluation University of Western Ontario: Report prepared for Western’s Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee (WODAC).

Klinger, L. (2008).  Report to the ad hoc classroom group.  February 26, 2008.

Klinger, L., & Shaw, L.  (2006). The University of Western Ontario Accessibility Assessment, Part 2.

MacIntosh, M., Taylor, S., Klinger, L., & Miller, L.  (2005). The University of Western Ontario Accessibility Assessment.

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