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Everyone's just like, they're fine, and when in reality, are we? Stories about recess from children experiencing disabilityDownload
Recess can be a valuable and significant experience in children’s lives that provides opportunities for outdoor free play and engagement with peers; however children experiencing disability often withdraw or are excluded during recess. The recess context has received little attention from an...
Seed Stories: A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Urban Recreation Practitioners in Garden, Recreation, and Community PlacesDownload
This paper-based dissertation draws upon wonders grafted from a prior narrative inquiry into my experiences as a recreation researcher-practitioner in multiple community gardens. Drawing upon my grafted wonders of how do recreation practitioners learn to live in relationally ethical ways...
The media is an important information source regarding psychiatric nursing care. There has been limited English language research that has specifically explored the nurse-patient relationships that were depicted in film between psychiatric nurses and the people for whom they cared. Using an...
This study introduces the Canadian nursing theorist, Sister Marie Simone Roach. It begins with Roach as the child Eileen, in her large Cape Breton Roman Catholic family and Gaelic culture, and continues as she finishes school, attends St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing in Glace Bay, and...