B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D.Associate Professor, Tenured, Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan

Selected Grants

 

2015–16

Disseminating Socio-Historical Research through Theatre: The Work of Women’s Auxiliaries in the 1940s-1960s.  Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council Connections Grant. ($23,000 with matching funds).
Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan.  Co-Investigators: Julia Jamison.

2012–14

Extending the Reach: Ethnodrama, Knowledge Translation, and Breast Cancer Survivorship.
Canadian Institutes Health Research Knowledge Synthesis Grant.  ($96,000).
Co-Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean.
Co-Investigators: L. McMullen, P. Fichtner, J. Block, & S. Ahmed.

2011–13

The Work of Women’s Auxiliaries, 1940s-1960s.
Social Science and Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant. ($51,000).
Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan.

Creative Practices for Cancer Patients Research Group.
Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Research Phase I Group Grant.  ($30,000 with matching funds).
Co-Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean.

2010–12

New Directions in Knowledge Translation for Breast Cancer Survivorship.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Operating Grant.  ($187,500).
Co-Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean.
Co-Investigators: Linda McMullen, Pam Fichtner, Janice Block, & Shahid Ahmed.

2009–10

Towards a Transformative Pedagogy: Using Embodied Learning in the Classroom.
Gwenna Moss Teaching & Learning Scholars Award. ($3,000).
Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan.

2009–11

Addressing Workplace Bullying with Continuing Care Assistants.
Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation New Investigator Grant. ($80,000).
Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan.

2009–11

Quality End of Life Care Research Group.
Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Research Group Development Grant. ($100,000).
Co-Principal Investigators: W. Duggleby & D. Goodridge. Team members: A. Leis, J. Gjevre,
J., D. Popkin, R. Thomas-McLean, E. Quinlan, U. Teucher, L. Holtslander, L. Racine, A. Baydala,
G.  Saul, C. Bourassa, M. Hampton, D. Cooper, D.& K. Wright.

2009–11

Yoga for women with arm morbidity after breast cancer.
Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance, Developmental and Exploratory Grant.  ($49,626)
Co-Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean.
Co-Applicant: Kent Kowalski.

2009–14

Long-term disability after breast cancer: Expanding an empirical foundation for education,
prevention & rehabilitation.
Canadian Institutes for Health Research Operating Grant ($587,852)
Principal Investigator: Roanne Thomas-MacLean.
Co-Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Anna Towers & Andrea Tilley.

2007–08

Using Drama to Disseminate Research Findings on the Experience of Informal Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease.
University of Saskatchewan’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Fund ($10,000).
Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan. Co-Investigator: Wendy Duggleby.

2007

Using Drama to Disseminate Research Findings on the Experience of Informal Caregivers of Persons with Dementia.
Alzheimer’s Society of Saskatchewan. ($10,000).
Co-Investigators: Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan.

2005–08

Canadian Institutes for Health Research Post-Doctoral Fellowship ($135,000).
Post-Doctoral Fellow: Elizabeth Quinlan.

Awards and Prizes

2009

University of Saskatchewan Student Union Teaching Award of Excellence.

2005

University of Saskatchewan Graduate Thesis Award in the Professional and Applied Social Sciences ($500).

2004

University of Saskatchewan Student Union Women’s Centre Award.

 

About Me
The vision guiding my research program is to promote meaningful dignified work as essential to health and wellness.

My commitment to the fair, equitable treatment and rewards for workers has been the catalyst for my scholarship.

I employ the creative arts to reach wider audiences with research results and enhance research participants’ expressive powers.

My research is endowed with a gender-based analysis strengthened by my formal associate affiliation with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at University of Saskatchewan.