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2012

 

2011

Articles

  • Aiken AB, Easterbrook, B (2011). Should obesity be considered a disability? Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 35(2), p.151. Click here for article.
  • Lyons, W. and Thompson, S.A. (2011). Guided reading in inclusive middle years classrooms. Intervention in School and Clinic. Click here for article.
  • McColl, MA, Adair, B, Schaub, M., Davey, S (2011). The Learning Collaborative: An approach to emancipatory research in disability studies. Journal of Disability Policy Studies.
  • Sampson, L, McColl, MA, Schaub, M, Bickenbach, JE & Shannon, D (2011). The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms as disability rights protection. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies
  • Thompson, SA  (2011).  Thrice disabling disability: Enabling inclusive, socially just teacher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education
  • Riddle, C. (2011). Responsibility and Foundational Material Conditions. American Journal of Bioethics. 11:7, p.53-55.
  • Riddle, C. (2011). Equality and Disability: A Charter Analysis. Disability Studies Quarterly. Fall 2011.

Books

Aiken, A.B., Buitenhuis, A. Supporting Canadian Veterans with Disabilities: A Policy

  • Comparison of Financial Benefits. Monograph: Defence Management Studies Press. The Claxton Papers, Number 13. March 2011. Available electronically at: http://www.queensu.ca/dms/claxton.htm

Chapters

  • Buitenhuis, A., Aiken, A.B. A Comparison Of Financial Programs Offered To ‘Traditional’ Versus ‘New’ Veterans With Severe Disabilities: A New Class Of Veteran? In: Aiken A.B, Belanger, S. (Editors) Shaping the Future: Military and Veteran Health Research. Canadian Defence Association Press. February 2011.
  • Cork, S. “Soldier On” The Construction, Deconstruction and Reconstruction of the Cyborg Soldier/Tactical Athlete. In: Aiken A.B, Belanger, S. (Editors) Shaping the Future: Military and Veteran Health Research. Canadian Defence Association Press. In Press. February 2011

Presentations At Conference

  • McColl MA (2011). Primary healthcare for people with disabilities. Invited presentation. Primary Healthcare Partnership Forum. St. John’s, NF
  • Thompson, S., Lyons, W. (2011). Inclusive Education as a special education initiative: Is that part of the problem? American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. St. Paul Minnesota.
  • Thompson, S., Lyons, W. (2011). Inclusive Education Policy in Three Jurisdictions: Can we break (special education) tradition? Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration at the Canadian Society for the study of Education Conference. Fredericton, New Brunswick.
  • Thompson, S.A., Aylward, L., and Hunter, L. (2011). Invited presentation. Inclusive Education Issues in Canada: Reflections on campus life, advocacy, and ability/disability by post-secondary university students labeled with developmental disabilities. American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD). Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA.
  • Aiken, A. and Easterbrook, B. (2011). Should Obesity be considered a Disability? Invited Presentation. National Obesity Summit, Montreal, PQ.
  • Guilcher, S. (2011). A Descriptive Study of Community Networks of Care for Spinal Cord Injury in Ontario: Do Networks and Pathways of Care Matter? Invited presentation. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • Guilcher, SJT & Jaglal, SB. (2011). An examination of the journey of care related to secondary complications management for community-dwelling individuals with spinal cord injury: Do social networks matter? Invited presentation. 16th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Guilcher SJT, Craven BC, McColl MA, Lemieux-Charles L, Casciaro T, Jaglal SB. (2011). Application of the Andersen’s Health Care Utilization Framework to Secondary Complications of SCI: A Scoping Review. 2011 Invited presentation. The International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) and American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) Conference, Washington, D.C.

Posters At Conferences

  • Chledowski, B. and Biden, E. (2011) The Provision of and Access to Mobility and Prosthetic Devices in Atlantic Canada. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Advisory Services

  • Schaub, M. (2011). Tips for Accessible Meeting Planners. Published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca
  • Ryall, G., and Jongbloed L. (2011). Ontario targeted wage subsidy program for people with disabilities: recommendations to the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Briefing note. Posted on www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Conference Proceedings

  • Aiken, A.B, Belanger, S. (Eds.) (2011) Shaping the Future: Military and Veteran Health Research. Canadian Defence Association Press. In Press. Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research Conference Proceedings.

Newsletter/Press Release/Pamphlet

  • McColl, MA and Schaub, M. 2010 and 2011. Four newsletters to the partners of the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance in 2010 and 2011.
  • McColl, MA, Adair, W., Kobayashi, A., Shannon, D., Timmons, V., Thompson, S., Porter, G., Jongbloed, L., Ryall, G., Aiken, A., Bone, G., Schaub, M. (2011). Comprehensive Research Agenda of the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance 2009-2014. Self published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Public Lecture or Address

  • McColl, MA, Adair, W., Davey, S., and Schaub, M. (2011). Improving access to primary care in Family Health Teams in Ontario. Report on knowledge translation initiative. Presentation at Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario board meeting.
  • McColl, MA (2011). Measures of Inclusion in Disability Research. Brown Bag Lunch on Disability Research, Queen’s University.
  • McColl,MA and Schaub, M. (2011) The Canadian Disability Policy Alliance: A Five Year Program of Disability Research. Brown Bag Lunch on Disability Research, Queen’s University.

Reports

Bai, C. (2011). Engaging in the policy development process: An analysis of the disability sector. Final report of project for MPA 896 (Policy Pro Bono) directed by Dr. Mary Ann McColl.

2010

Presentations At Conference

  • Timmons, V., and Bach, M. (2010). Leadership for Inclusive Education. Plenary Presentation, Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Uditsky, B., Hughson, A., and Timmons, V. (2010). Moving Inclusion Up. Plenary Presentation, Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Lyons, W., Miller, B., and VanWalleghem, J. (2010). Inclusion in Canadian Schools: Challenges for the next decade. Plenary Presentation, Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Porter, G. (2010). Leadership for School Inclusion: Where will it be found? Plenary Presentation, Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Porter, G., and Smith, D. (2010). The Critical Role of the School Support Teachers in Supporting Inclusion. Workshop Presentation. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Blais, J., Caswell, E., and McConnell, D. (2010). The Role of Ministry Education as Change Agent. Workshop Presentation. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Lutfiyya, Z., Piquette-Tomei, N., & Thompson, SA. (2010). Leadership in pre-service and in-service teacher education: The role of faculty in promoting teacher preparation and support. Workshop Presentation. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Lyons, W. (2010). The role of paraprofessionals in inclusive classrooms: Connecting issues and solutions. Workshop Presentation. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Thompson, SA. (2010). Inclusive schools: Beyond Disability. Considerations for sexual minority youth, linguistic diversity, Indigenous Englishes, EAL, homelessness, poverty, social justice and activism. Panel Discussion. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Bowman, T. and Lutfiyya, Z. (2010). Post-secondary education opportunities for graduates with developmental disabilities. Workshop Presentation. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Miller, B. (2010). Leadership development and change – The district. Workshop Presentation. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Jongbloed, L. (2010). Canadian Disability Policy Alliance. Celebrate Research Week: Interactive Research Colloquium. University of British Columbia.
  • McColl, M.A. (2010). Learning Collaborative: A new approach to disability policy research. Invited Presentation. Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en réadaptation et intégration sociale. Quebec, QU.
  • Guilcher, SJT & Jaglal, SB. (2010). An examination of the journey of care related to secondary complications management for community-dwelling individuals with spinal cord injury: Do social networks matter? Invited presentation. 4th National Spinal Cord Injury Conference & 16th Interurban Spinal Cord Injury Conference, Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Articles

Posters At Conferences

  • Thompson, SA. (2010). Leadership in research for inclusion. Western Canadian Conference on Inclusive Education. Regina, Saskatchewan.
  • Cork, S. (2010). Soldier On, the Construction, Deconstruction, and Reconstruction of the Cyborg Soldier/Tactical Athlete. Military and Veteran Health Research Forum. Kingston, ON.
  • Buitenhuis, A. (2010). A Comparison of Financial Programs Offered to Traditional versus “New Veterans with Severe Disabilities: A New Class of Veteran? Military and Veteran Health Research Forum. Kingston, ON.
  • McColl, MA and Jongbloed, L. (2010). Disability policy as a framework for occupational justice. World Federation of Occupational Therapists Conference, Santiago, Chile.

Advisory Services

  • McColl, MA, Adair, B., Aiken, A., Bone, G., Hum-Anonopolous, K., Jongbloed, L., Kobayashi, A., Moore, C., Shannon, D., Timmons, V. (2010). Primary Care Accessibility Checklist: A Diagnostic Resource for Family Practices. Distributed to 200 Family Health Teams in partnership with Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Ontario, and posted on www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca Kingston and Toronto, ON.
  • McColl, MA, Adair, W., Davy, S., and Schaub, M. (2010). Accessible Examining Tables In Primary Care: Rationale and Specifications. Posted on www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca
  • Schaub, M. and Johnson, M. (2010). Information booth about Accessible Examining Tables In Primary Care and Canadian Disability Policy Alliance and at Association of Ontario Health Centres Conference, Niagara Falls, ON.
  • McColl, MA, Adair, B., Aiken, A., Bone, G., Hum-Anonopolous, K., Jongbloed, L., Kobayashi, A., Moore, C., Shannon, D., Timmons, V. (2010). Hotel and Meeting Room Accessibility Checklist. Posted on www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Articles in Popular Media

Media Interviews

  • McColl, MA (2010). Interviewed by Queen’s University News Service about the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance, the SSHRC award, and the program of research. Article published in Queen’s Journal.
  • McColl, MA (2010). Interviewed by the Dean of Health Sciences at Queen’s University about her work in disability policy and the needs of people with disabilities within healthcare. Article published in Dean Reznick’s “Blog” and distributed to Faculty of Health Sciences members at Queen’s.

Newsletter/Press Release/Pamphlet

  • McColl, MA and Schaub, M. 2010 and 2011. Four newsletters to the partners of the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance in 2010 and 2011.
  • McColl, MA (2010). The Canadian Disability Policy Alliance (Pamphlet).

Public Lecture or Address

  • McColl, MA, and Schaub, M. (2010). The Canadian Disability Policy Alliance and Disability Policy Primer. Research Meeting, Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Queen’s University.

Reports

  • McColl, MA, Schaub, M., Sampson, L., Hong. K. (2010). A Canadians with Disabilities Act? Posted on www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca
  • Hong, K., Schaub, M., & McColl, MA. (2010). Timeline of Canadian Disability Policy Events. Posted on www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca
  • Moore, T. (2010). The stigma of wage subsidy programs for job seekers with disabilities. Report to the employment team of the CDPA (archived).
  • Jongbloed, L. (2010). Wage subsidies for people with disabilities. Self-published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca
  • Jongbloed, L. (2010). Job retention for people with disabilities. Self-published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca
  • Ryall, G. (2010). Wage subsidy programs across Canada. (archived)
  • Clara, N. and Misiorowski, J. (2010). Disability and Health Services Policy Analysis. Final report of project for MPA 896 (Policy Pro Bono) directed by Dr Alice Aiken.

 

2009 and Earlier

Presentations At Conference

  • McColl, M.A. (2009). Analyzing and understanding health and disability policy. Invited Presentation. The University of British Columbia Research and Health Policy Day, Vancouver, BC.
  • McColl, M.A. (2009). Disability policy in Canada. Invited Presentation. School of Rehabilitation Therapy Seminar Series, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

Reports

Kobayashi, A. (2009). A review of literature on citizenship and disability. Self-published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Thompson, SA and Lyons, W. (2009). A review of literature on inclusive education. Self-published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Jongbloed, L. (2009). A review of literature on employment and disability. Self-published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Aiken, A. (2009). A review of literature on health services and disability. Self-published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

Aiken AB, Henwood B, Martin S, Stonehouse R. (2009) The new veterans charter: what are the gaps for special needs veterans and their families? Report submitted to veterans affairs Canada.

McColl, MA and Stephenson, R. (2009). A Scoping Review of Disability Policy in Canada. Self- published at www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

 

 

Database/Dataset/Archive

Canadian Disability Policy Alliance website Research page includes a database of work produced. See www.disabilitypolicyalliance.ca

 

Others

McColl, MA, and Latimer, A. (2010-2011). Brown bag lunch series on disability research. A total of 6 sessions held throughout 2010-2011 academic year for faculty and students involved in disability research at Queen’s University.

McColl, MA, and Latimer, A. (2011). Queen’s University Disability Researchers Forum. A gathering of faculty at Queen’s to discuss their research and avenues for collaboration in the future.