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Birth decisions have a significant impact on the physical health of a woman and her child as well as to a woman’s mental and emotional health. Healthy low-risk women who birth with a physician in a hospital have statistically significantly higher odds of having interventions like augmentation and...
An Artful Narrative Inquiry into the Curriculum-Making Experiences of South Asian Girls, Mothers, and Teachers in CanadaDownload
The demographic profile of South Asians residing in Canada has grown appreciably over the years. For instance, as of 2011, South Asians made up Canada’s largest visible minority group (Statistics Canada, 2011) and was predicted to continue growing (Statistics Canada, 2012). More recently,...
LIFE AND PRIORITIES BEFORE DEATH: A NARRATIVE INQUIRY OF UNCERTAINTY AND END OF LIFE IN PEOPLE WITH HEART FAILURE AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS
LIFE AND PRIORITIES BEFORE DEATH: A NARRATIVE INQUIRY OF UNCERTAINTY AND END OF LIFE IN PEOPLE WITH HEART FAILURE AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERSDownload
Background: Most patients with advanced heart failure (HF) are ill-prepared and poorly supported during the end of life (EOL). To date, research has focused primarily on generalized patient accounts of the management or self-care phase of the syndrome. Little research has examined EOL in depth or...
Many early career teachers leave the profession in the first five years despite the implementation of district mentorship programs. Building on Clandinin et al.’s (2015) research on teacher attrition which found that in Alberta 40% of teachers leave education in the first five years - this study...
Narrative Inquiry Into the Experiences of Vietnamese Children and Mothers Composing Lives in Transition to CanadaDownload
In this narrative inquiry, I attended to the experiences of three newcomer elementary-age children and their mothers of Vietnamese heritage who were composing lives in transition to Canada. My passion for this inquiry came from my experience as a mother as I lived alongside my young daughters and...
Teachers' Experiences of/with Trauma and Trauma-Sensitivity: A Narrative Inquiry into Trauma Stories and Stories of TraumaDownload
May 5th, 2016, during conversation with a former colleague who had been evacuated from Fort McMurray, Alberta due to a devastating forest fire, I began to wonder more deeply about teachers’ experiences in the midst of trauma and trauma sensitivity, particularly as I sensed trauma sensitivity was...