INVITED LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS AND CONSULTATIONS

Invited Lectures

2009 to 2015

Quinlan, A. Fogel, C., Miller, N., Quinlan, E. 2015. Sexual Violence at Canadian Universities: An Evaluation of Existing Policies. End Violence Against Women International Conference. New Orleans, LA. Apr 6–9.

Fichtner, P., Quinlan, E., Thomas, R., Ahmed, S., McMullen, L., & Block, J. 2014. Educating Health Care Providers about Living with Lymphedema through Ethnodrama. In-CAM Research Network Conference. Calgary, AB. Nov 6-8.

Natasha Miller & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. “Sexual Assault on Campus: A Socio-Historical Discourse Analysis.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, May 26-30th. St. Catharines, ON, p. 41.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas, Shahid Ahmed, Pam Fichtner, Janice Bloch, Linda McMullen, Natasha Miller. 2014. “Staging Critique with Breast Cancer Survivors: The Aesthetic Rationality of the Popular Expressive Arts.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, May 26-30th. St. Catharines, ON, p. 92.

Curtis Fogel, Elizabeth Quinlan & Andrea Quinlan. 2014.Institutional Responses for Sexual Violence on College and University and Campuses in Canada.” British Sociological Association, Apr 23-25. Leeds, UK. p. 150.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. “Psychological Harassment Among Health Care Workers: What can be done?” British Sociological Association, Apr 23-25. Leeds, UK. p. 259.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas, Shahid Ahmed, Janice Block, Pam Fichtner, Linda McMullen. 2014. “Lymphedema after Breast Cancer”. Simcoe-Muskoka Cancer Prevention Program. Royal Victoria Hospital, Lunch & Learn Series. March 21. Barrie, ON.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. “New Directions in Interdisciplinary Research: Using the popular arts to communicate across the health care divide”. March 20. Lakehead University, ON.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. “’The New Normal’: Living with Lymphedema after Breast Cancer”. Gilda Club. March 20. Barrie, ON.

Beth Bilson, Susan Robertson, & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. “Women and the Legal Profession in Saskatchewan.” Canadian Bar Association Women’s Forum. March 6. Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Pam Fichtner. 2014.“Creative Practices for People with Cancer”. Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Symposium. Feb 27-28, 2014, Saskatoon, SK. p. 8.

Rosemary Venne, Donna Goodridge, Elizabeth Quinlan, Paulette Hunter and Doug Surtees. 2013. “Policy implications for encouraging discussions of advance-care planning”. Aging and Society 2013 Conference, November 8-9, 2013, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2013. “Building a Labour Movement: Kitchen Tables and Bargaining Tables”. 16th Annual Prairie School for Union Women. Opening Address. June 9, Waskesiu, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2013.“Exploring the Expressive Arts as Empowering Research Method.” The Qualitatives. May 23-25, 2013. Ottawa, ON, p. 24.

Kathy Bischoping & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2013.“Say It For Liz”: Methodological Effects of Insider-Outsider Collaboration.” The Qualitatives. May 23-25, 2013. Ottawa, ON, p. 13.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2013. “Innovations in Knowledge Translation: Using the Creative Arts to Communicate Across the Care Divide. Keynote Presentation.” Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care: Alumni Symposium, May 2-3, 2013. King City, ON. p. 3.

Elizabeth Quinlan. “Participatory Theatre”. 2012. Conflict & Contradictions Conference. Nov 9, Toronto, ON.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Kathy Bischoping. 2012. “Resilience of Cultural Workers: Lehman Brothers, Listen Up.” The Qualitatives. June 20-23, 2012, Saint John’s, NFLD, pp. 59-60.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Andrea Quinlan. 2012. “Tracing the Texts of the Past.” The Qualitatives. June 20-23, 2012, Saint John’s, NFLD, p. 59.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Andrea Quinlan. 2012. “Closing Plenary: Qualitative Researchers Confronting Institutional Power.” Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference. June 11-13, 2012, Saskatoon, SK, p. 8.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas. 2012. “Innovations in Knowledge Translation: Using the Creative Arts to Communicate Across the Care Divide.” Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference. June 11-13, 2012, Saskatoon, SK, p. 10.

Andrea Quinlan & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2012. “Mapping the Historical: Using Institutional Ethnography to Explore Women’s Unpaid Work.” Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference. June 11-13, 2012, Saskatoon, SK, p. 11.

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2012. “How does Empowerment Contribute to Change?” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference. June 2, 2012, Berkeley, CA, p. 16.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Kathy Bischoping. 2012. “Occupational Health and Safety for ‘The Man with the Indestructible Tongue’ and other Creative Workers in Cultural Industries.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting. 2012, Waterloo, ON, p. 27.

Pam Fichtner & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2012. “Psychosocial Issues for Breast Cancer Survivors with Lymphedema.” Lymphedema Management Symposium. April 19-20, 2012, Regina, SK, p. 7-8

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2011.“Workplace Bullying: Is There a Starter Seed? Who Plants It?” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference, Chicago, IL, Jul 20-23, 2011 p. 30.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers 2011 “Lymphedema Trajectories among Breast Cancer Survivors”. International Lymphedema Framework Conference,Toronto, ON, Jun 16-17, p. 7.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Shahid Admed, Janice Block, Pam Fichtner, Linda McMullen, 2011 “From Dissemination to Intervention: The Potential of Interactive Ethnodrama”. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference, Toronto, ON, May 4-6, p. 107.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Qianru She. 2011 “Hecessions, Shecessions and the Gendered Wage Inequality in Canada”. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, London, UK, Apr 6-8, p. 333.

Lukin Robinson & Elizabeth Quinlan, 2011. “Legends from Labour’s Left”. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, London, UK, Apr 6-8, p. 61.

Elizabeth Quinlan, 2010. “The Coordination of Knowledge Work in Saskatchewan’s New Multi-Disciplinary Health Care Teams.” Challenges for Work and Workers in a Knowledge Economy Symposium, Halifax, NS, Oct 29-31, p. 29.

Elizabeth Quinlan, 2010. “Time-honoured tools and contemporary challenges: Working with special care aides to address workplace bullying.” New Voices in Labour, Oct 15-16, Toronto, ON.

Paul Spriggs, Rita Hamoline, Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-Maclean, Susan Robertson, Kent Kowalski, 2010. “Moving words: Women with arm problems related to breast cancer journal their experiences of a yoga pilot project.” Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference, Saskatoon, SK, June, p. 32.

Curtis Fogel, Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Qianru She, 2010. “Ethical Issues of Socio-Historical Archival Research: An imagined conversation.” Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference, Saskatoon, SK June, p. 15. (unrevised program)

Elizabeth Quinlan. 2010 “Using Image Theatre in the Post-Secondary Classroom to Teach Social Theory about Disability.” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference, Austin, TX, June, p. 23.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers, 2009. “Surviving Breast Cancer: Yoga, Drama, and Spouses.” Saskatchewan Breast Cancer Network Conference, Dec, Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby, 2008. “Hope in Action Workshop for Support Group Facilitators.” Alzheimer’s Society Annual Provincial Conference, Oct, Regina, SK.

2000 to 2008

Elizabeth Quinlan & Robert Roy, 2008. “Neutralizing Bullying in the Workplace through Theatre.” Saskatchewan Federation of Labour Occupational Health & Safety Conference, Sept, Regina, SK.

Paul Spriggs, Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Alana Ferguson, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuzmicz & Gill White, 2008. “Mentorship in Medicine: Revisiting the Boundaries of Survey Design.” 9th Advances in Qualitative Methods, Banff, AB, Oct, p.49.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Thomas F. Hack, Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Rhona Shaw & Paul Graham, 2008. “Disability after Breast Cancer: Exploring Qualitative Data.” Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance’s Reasons for Hope Conference, Vancouver, BC, April, p. 212.

Elizabeth Quinlan et al, 2006. “Mapping the Future of Policy-Relevant Primary Healthcare Research in Canada.” Canadian Health Services Research Foundation – Elisabeth Bruyere Research Institute, Invitational Western Regional Meeting, Nov, Calgary, AB.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson.  Mathematizing Knowledge Exchange within Multi Disciplinary Knowledge Teams.   COSEP Presentation. Department of Sociology, University of Calgary.  March 5.

Elizabeth Quinlan. Multi-disciplinary Health Care Teams as Self-Organizing Knowledge Networks.  Sociology Graduate Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan.  Jan 27.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean.  Principles of Poster Presentations. Sociology Graduate Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan.

Elizabeth Quinlan. Training in Saskatchewan’s ‘New’ Economy.   Women’s and Gender Studies Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan.

Invited Presentations and Consultations

2009

Elizabeth Quinlan. Submission to the Review of Labour Standards in the Canada Labour Code.  Assistant Deputy Minister, Labour Program, Scott Streiner, Gatineau, Quebec.

Elizabeth Quinlan. Obtaining an interdisciplinary graduate degree: A political activity.   Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Seminar Series.  Feb 24.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson.  What does professionalism mean in the context of the voluntary sector?   Community Forum on Literacy: Measuring the Impact of 30 years of literacy service delivery.  Feb 6.

2008

Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby.  Hope in Action Workshop for Support Group Facilitators.   Alzheimer’s Society AnnualConference, Regina, SK.  Oct 1.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Robert Roy.  Neutralizing Bullying in the Workplace through Theatre. Occupational Health & Safety Conference, Saskatchewan Federation of Labour.  Regina, SK.
Sept 7.

Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan. Caring for Persons with Dementia: Enhancing Hope and Quality of Life.  College of Medicine Integrative Health Seminar Series.  University of Saskatchewan.  June 10.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuczmiz, Gill White, Alana Ferguson, Paul Spriggs.  Modeling Mentorship: Launching Phase 2 with Primary Care Physicians in Saskatchewan   C8th Western Canadian Departments of Family Medicine Research Day. Saskatoon.  May 30.

Susan Robertson & Elizabeth QuinlanLiteracy Provision as a Social Profession: Preliminary Results of Literature Review.   READ Saskatoon Executive Staff.  Feb 6 and Nov 28.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby.  Ethno-drama and Hope.  College of Nursing Graduate Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan.  Jan 14.

2006

Elizabeth Quinlan et al. Mapping the Future of Policy-Relevant Primary Healthcare Research in Canada.
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation – Elisabeth Bruyere
Research Institute. Invitational Western Regional Meeting.  Calgary, AB.

Elizabeth QuinlanOn the Road to Somewhere. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) 34th Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ.

Elizabeth Quinlan et al. Knowledge Translation Focus Group. Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Michael MacGregor.  Bullying and Mental Health in Academic Workplaces: The problem and the solution.  Network Meeting for Researchers and Workplace Partners, Canadian Institutes of Health Research.  Ottawa, ON.

2005

Elizabeth Quinlan. Gendering the Provincial Budget.  Citizens’ Based Commission.  Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.  Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth QuinlanFuture Directions for Saskatchewan’s Status of Women Office.  Associate Deputy Minister of Labour, William Craik.  Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan.   Women’s Equal Labour Market Participation: The Impact of Good Policy.  Federal Labour Standards Review Commission, Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan.   Saskatchewan’s Additional Hours Legislation: The Economic Rationale.  Additional Hours Legislation Consultation Committee, Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth QuinlanThe Effect of Recent Labour Market Trends on Women’s Labour Market Participation.  Pearson Commission on Vulnerable Workers, Saskatoon, SK.