What’s so great about rehabilitation care teams: Interprofessional collaboration in practice. Archives of Phys. Med. and Rehab., July, (2009), 90(7): 1196-20; with Sinclair, L. B., Lingard, L. A. (Refereed Journal Article)
Interprofessional Communication in Rehabilitation Care: An Exploratory Study. Poster Presentation with Lorelei Lingard and Lynne Sinclair, Research in Medical Education Conference (RIME), Washington, DC. & Toronto Rehab Research Day
Building communicative coherence: Interprofessional collaboration on teams serving complex patients. with L Lingard & L. Sinclair. The Wilson Centre Research Day 2007. Toronto, Ont
An Examination of Interporfessional Collaboration as a Factor in Team Cohesion: Primary and Rehabilitative Care. with Lorelei Lingard, Lynne Sinclair, Ivy Oandasan, Allia Karim, Doreen Day. Presented at Collaborating Across Borders An American-Canadian Dialogue on Interprofessional Health Education, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Living Through ‘Made-up Girls’: Media Life-Skills for the 21st Century. Dissertation Submitted to fulfill the requirements for the PhD, Graduate Programme in Communication & Culture, York Univeristy
Media Studies 2.0 Forum; International Internet Forum on the future of teaching media http://twopointzeroforum.blogspot.ca
Teaching Centre Article: Reading leads to better writing … so what leads to good presenting? In Core Newsletter (York University Centre for the Support of Teaching), Vol. 14, Number 2