Knowledge Mobilization in NL

A selection of reports, papers, presentations, and other forms of knowledge mobilization produced by the Newfoundland and Labrador CRWDP Cluster.

Reports

Journal Articles

CRWDP Webinar Series

Presentations

Reports

Work disability programs in Newfoundland & Labrador and New Brunswick: Mapping eligibility criteria and identifying barriers for the employment of selected disability populations, (June, 2019). Read it here.

The SafetyNet Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research. Roundtable on Inclusion 2018: Summary Report. (April 17, 2018). Read it here.

The SafetyNet Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research. Roundtable on Inclusion 2018: Feedback Report. (April 17, 2018). Read it here.

Vision for an inclusive Newfoundland and Labrador. In Asking the big questions: Reflections on a sustainable post oil-dependent Newfoundland and Labrador. (2017). Read it here

A policy analysis of occupational stress injuries in two Atlantic Provinces. (2017). Read it here

Disability support services in Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada: Impacts on labour market participation for individuals with disabilities. (2016). Read it here 

Disability support services in Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada: Impacts on labour market participation for individuals with disabilities. Seed grant project final report. (2016) Read it here.

The SafetyNet Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research. Roundtable on Inclusion: Summary Report. (November 12, 2015). Read it here

Journal Articles


Macpherson RA, Koehoorn M, Neis B, McLeod CB. (2021). Do differences in work disability duration by interjurisdictional claim status vary by industry and jurisdictional context? Occupational and Environmental Medicine, (Online First). DOI 

Sheppard A, Ricciardelli R. (2020). Employment after prison: Navigating conditions of precarity and stigma. European Journal of Probation, 12(1):34-52.DOI 

Hall A, Ricciardelli R, Sitter K, Simas-Medeiros D, deBoer C, Small S. (2019). Occupational stress injuries in two Atlantic Provinces: A policy analysis. Canadian Public Policy, 44(4): 384-399. DOI 

Howse, D. (2019). “You can’t solve precarity with precarity.” The New Alberta Workers program, peer-to-peer OHS education for new-to-Alberta workers: An interview with Jared Matsunaga-Turnbull, Executive Director of the Alberta Workers’ Health Centre. d, 29(3). DOI

Ricciardelli R, Sheppard A, Mooney T. (2019). Employment re-entry: Unpacking the experiences and recommendations of former federal Canadian prisoners. Advancing Corrections Journal.

Lippel K, Eakin J, Holness L, Howse D. (2016). The structure and process of workers’ compensation systems and the role of doctors: a comparison of Ontario and Québec. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 59(11): 1070-1086. DOI

Small S, de Boer C, Swab M. (2016). Perceived barriers to and facilitators of labor market engagement for individuals with chronic physical illness in their experience with disability policy: A systematic review of qualitative evidence protocol. Joanna Briggs Institute Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 13(12):59-69. DOI

Stefanovic, Aleksandra, and Robert Chafe (2016). "Is miscarriage a disability?" Opinion piece published on healthydebate.ca, April 27, 2016. Online open access

 CRWDP Webinar Series

See www.crwdp.ca for more details

  • Howse D. (2020). Getting to work with a physical disability and the policies and people that make a difference. Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy (CRWDP) New Researcher Webinar Series, September 23.
  • Animashaun, Ololade Adedoyin. (2020). Employment experiences of persons with disabilities around St. John's: Their conditions and implications. CRWDP Webinar Series, January 30.
  • Sheppard, Amy. (2020). The intersection of mental health disability and a criminal record and the impacts on employment in the experiences of women released from a provincial prison. CRWDP Webinar Series Webinar, May 25.
  • Stefanovic-Chafe A. (2019). How creative partnerships can fund academic pursuits. CRWDP Webinar Series, May 22.
  • Howse D. (2019). Injured workers' moral engagement in the compensation system: The social production of problematic claiming experience. CRWDP Webinar Series, March 19.

Presentations

2020

  • Small S, de Boer C, Swab M. (2020). Challenges experienced by individuals with chronic physical illness in their experiences with work disability policy. Disability and Work in Canada 2020 Virtual Conference: The Strategy in Action—Pathways and Impacts conference. November 25 & 26 and December 1 & 2.
  • Howse D. (2020). Return to work among injured mobile workers: Impacts on families and caregivers. Symposium on Return to Work in a Changing World of Work. University of Ottawa, May 17.
  • Howse D, Cherry N, Haynes W, Lippel K, MacEachen E, Neis B, Senthanar S. (2020). Return-to-work policy and practice challenges for injured mobile workers. Symposium on Return to Work in a Changing World of Work. University of Ottawa, May 17.
  • McLeod C, Howse D, Shan D (2020). Session: Return to work and employment-related geographical mobility: Building new knowledge. Symposium on Return to Work in a Changing World of Work. University of Ottawa, May 17.
  • Cherry N, Howse D, Lippel K. (2020). Session: Return to work and employment-related geographical mobility. Symposium on Return to Work in a Changing World of Work. University of Ottawa, May 16.
  • de Boer C. (2020). It takes more than bubble baths and candles: Exploring the causative factors and policy responses to psychological injury among child welfare workers. Research Presentation Series, School of Social Work, Memorial University. St. Johns, NL, January 30.
  • Small S, de Boer C, Swab M. (2020 postponed). Experiences of individuals with chronic physical illness - A systematic review. Legacy 2020 Research Conference - Honouring our Past, Creating our Future: Transforming Education, Services, Systems and Policies that Impact Health. Western University, London, ON, May 7.

2019

  • Small S, Swab M, de Boer C. (2019). Using JBI methodology to optimize the value and address the drawbacks of systematic reviews: A reflection on practical experience. Faculty of Nursing, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Research Café. St. Johns, NL. November 13.
  • Small S, de Boer C, Swab M. (2019). Sifting through the morass of literature reviews: Disentangling the need for further qualitative evidence synthesis in a particular substantive area. G-I-N and JBI Conference, Adelaide, Australia, November 1.
  • Howse D. (2019). (Im)mobility and return to work: Challenges related to policy and place. Presentation to the Return-to-Work Roundtable: “What Makes Return to Work Work?”. Signal Hill Campus, Memorial University, St. John’s, NL, September 23.
  • Howse D. (2019). Work mobility with a physical disability: reflections on research with injured workers. Panel remarks at the Disability and Work in Canada Atlantic Engagement Session. The Learning Centre, St. John’s, NL, June 18.
  • D. Howse, Cherry, N., Haynes, W., Lippel, K., MacEachen, E., Neis, B., and Senthanar, S. (2019). Return-to-work policy and practice challenges for injured mobile workers. A presentation as part of the Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute (WWDPI) Webinar ‘Workers’ Compensation Challenges for the Mobile Workforce: Policy and Practice in Canadian Jurisdictions’. May 30.
  • Howse D. (2019). Challenges of return to work among mobile injured workers. Researchers studying families. On the Move Panel Presentation to the Families on the Move Conference, Satellite Event of the Vanier Institute’s Families in Canada Conference. Memorial University, St. John’s, NL, March 28.

2018

  • Howse D. (2018). The research perspective on the role of unions in work disability policy and practice. Panel presentation to the Disability and Work in Canada Conference. Ottawa, ON, 4 December
  • Howse D. (2018). The research perspective on the lived experience of work disability. Panel presentation to the Disability and Work in Canada Conference. Ottawa, ON, December 4.
  • Howse D. (2018). Accommodating injured mobile workers: Are they visible in the literature? A presentation to the On the Move Partnership Final Symposium. Memorial University, St. John’s, NL, November 18.
  • Howse D. (2018). Supporting mobility to and within work with a physical disability: A scoping review. Presented at the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) 2018 Conference: Research and Practice to Improve health in a Changing World of Work. Vancouver, BC, October 21.
  • Howse D, Haynes W, Lippel K, MacEachen E, Neis B, Senthanar S. (2018). Work disability and return to work: Policy and program challenges for mobile workers. Presented at the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) 2018 Conference: Research and Practice to Improve health in a Changing World of Work. Vancouver, BC, October 21.
  • Howse D. (2018). Return to work among mobile workers. Presentation to the On the Move NL Field Component Team Meeting. Memorial University, St. John’s, NL, May 25.
  • Howse D, Lippel K, MacEachen E, Neis B, Senthanar S. (2018). Work Injury and return to work in the context of work mobility: Implications for Families. Presented at the Families, Mobility and Work Atlantic Canadian Symposium. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI, May 15.
  • Howse D. (2018). How well does the return-to-work process in Newfoundland and Labrador work for injured workers? Presentation to the Disability Inclusion Group’s Roundtable on Inclusion 2018: Work and Disability in Newfoundland and Labrador. St. Johns, NL, April 17.
  • Ricciardelli, R. (2018). Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment: Defining our challenges and next steps in Newfoundland and Labrador. Panel presentation: Roundtable on Inclusion 2018. St. Johns, NL, April 17.

2017

  • Neis B, Bornstein S. (2017). Why the Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy matters: Reflections from Newfoundland and Labrador. Presented at the Occupational and Environmental Medical Association of Canada (OEMAC) 35th Annual Scientific Conference, St. Johns, NL, June 11.

2016

  • Simas Medeiros, Daniella, Rose Ricciardelli, and Nicole Power (2016). "Correctional work: Harrassment in the custodial context." Poster presentation at Memorial University's Conference on Workplace Harassment and Violence: Research, Policy and Practice, St. John's, May 13, 2016. View poster here.
  • Simas Medeiros, Daniella, Rose Ricciardelli, and Nicole Power (2016). "Exploring the experiences and impacts of workplace violence among provincial correctional officers in Canada." Presentation at the Canadian Society for the Sociology of Health Conference, Ottawa, May 6, 2016. View slideshow here

Contact

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