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dr. nicole dalmer Jan 10
dissertation is accepted and published! rejoice! it is finished. 👩‍🎓
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Rebecca W. B. Lund Oct 7
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Dr Caroline Cupit Oct 3
A handful of poems from my of . A different way of talking about findings for
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dr. nicole dalmer 5 Oct 18
hot off the press & first article from the thesis! ‘Add info and stir’: An institutional ethnographic scoping review of family caregivers’ information work
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Grainne Kearney 31 Aug 18
What to know more about (and its potential application in ) from it's inimitable founder - Dorothy Smith? Read here: Humbled and honoured to have such a conversation with one of the giants of sociology
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dr. nicole dalmer Apr 8
I’ll be sharing some research findings about family caregivers’ information work this Thursday at noon at - join in in person or online!
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Global Qualitative Nursing Research 1 Dec 18
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Perspectives (PME) Sep 6
As the academic year begins, many research groups will be welcoming their new students. Why not consider exploring articles in as a go-to resource for methodology & much more. Here is one to get you started
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Grainne Kearney Sep 27
Big moment today handing in (?casting off) my phd thesis. Team effort for my many different teams. Making the ontological shift has been a blast @michaelcorman9
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Órla Meadhbh Murray Nov 12
melbourne-based people - I'm discussing my PhD research next Wednesday (20th) - come along!!
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Gerry Gormley Sep 6
‘Ontological shift’ also happening this side of the Atlantic. It’s getting infectious 😊
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Dr Caroline Cupit Nov 21
NEW ARTICLE: Our ethnographic study of uncertainties & decisions about preventative medications (e.g. statins) in GP consultations. w. Janet Rankin & in practice*
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dr. nicole dalmer Jan 18
A Friday treat! My article on the problematizations in Canadian aging in place policies is now out in the Journal of Aging Studies:
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IECSS Project 5 Apr 18
IECSS team members and presented their exhibit "Tensions in Disabled Childhoods" at the Faculty Achievement Event today.
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Dr Caroline Cupit Sep 29
How can contribute to improving healthcare? If you have something to contribute, consider submitting an abstract to session . Outline was originally for panel session but now open to all w exp of IE in/of healthcare
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dr. nicole dalmer Nov 15
Hot off the press! Drawing on my thesis work at : “Considering the local & the translocal: Reframing health information practice research using institutional ethnography”.
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Gerry Gormley 3 Jan 18
No better way to end (Chrimbo) break from twitter - than with some good news from and getting her first paper accepted from her
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dr. nicole dalmer 7 Feb 18
join in for the Gender Issues SIG webinar this friday (1.30 to 2.30pm EST). i'll be chatting about the use of for mapping out family ' information work.
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Adri Suarez 24 Nov 18
Leaving Toronto & feeling once again grateful for the friendships made and the ideas shared ! Thanks Dorothy and Susan for an amazing learning experience and hope to see you all soon again !
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Danielle Landry 6 Nov 18
On the magic of texts. Courtesy of Dorothy Smith’s lecture yesterday 📸
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