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

2009

Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan. Hope Among Family Caregivers of People with Dementia. Alzheimer’s Society Annual Provincial Conference. Sept 29. Saskatoon, SK. 

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Paul Graham, Anna Towers, Winkle Kwan, Thomas F. Hack, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley.  Examining the Potential Role for Primary Care Professionals in Information Brokering for Women with Arm Morbidity after Breast Cancer. The Second Meeting of the International Primary Care and Cancer Research Group,  April 23 -24 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark, Abstract #27.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Rita Hamoline, Paul Graham, Anna Towers, Winkle Kwan, Thomas F. Hack, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley. Recurring Pain and Arm Morbidity for Women Following Breast Cancer: qualitative Results from a Canadian Study. The Second Meeting of the International Primary Care and Cancer Research Group, April 23 -24 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark, Abstract # 41.

2008

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Thomas F. Hack, Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Rhona Shaw & Paul Graham. Disability after Breast Cancer: Exploring Qualitative Data.  Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance’s Reasons for Hope Conference. April 25-27, Vancouver, British Columbia, pp. 212.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuczmiz, Gill White, Alana Ferguson. Modelling Mentorship: Launching Phase 2 with Primary Care Physicians in Saskatchewan presented at the 8th Western Canadian Departments of Family Medicine Research Conference, May 30, Saskatoon, SK.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuczmiz, Gill White, Alana Ferguson. Mapping Mentorship: Creating a Model for Primary Health Care Physicians. NAPCRG 2008 36th Annual Meeting, November 15-19, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, p 214.

Paul Spriggs, Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Alana Ferguson, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuzmicz & Gill White Mentorship in medicine: Revisiting the boundaries of survey design. 9th Advances in Qualitative Methods, Oct 8-11, Banff Alberta, p.49.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Thomas F. Hack, Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Rhona Shaw & Paul Graham. Disability after Breast Cancer: Exploring Qualitative Data.  Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance’s Reasons for Hope Conference, April 25-27, Vancouver, British Columbia, pp.212.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean.  Productivity at Work Following Breast Cancer.  15th Annual Life & Health Sciences Research Conference,  University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK pp. 48. 

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan et al.  Primary Health Care: Mentoring in Saskatchewan.  15th Annual Life & Health Sciences Research Conference,  University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK pp. 48-49. 

2007

Alana Ferguson, Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Disseminating Through Drama: A Project on Arm Problems After Breast Cancer.  7th Annual Saskatchewan Cancer Research Day: The Changing Face of Cancer Research, Saskatoon, SK pp. 26. 
           
Elizabeth Quinlan. New Horizons in Knowledge Translation:  Engaging Hearts and Minds through Ethno-drama.  Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care: Alumni Knowledge Translation Symposium, King City, ON.

2006

Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. The Knowledge Work of Multi-disciplinary Primary Health Care Teams: Do Nurses Manage Knowledge?  North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG)  34th Annual Meeting, Tuscon AZ.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. How Do Policy-makers Manage Knowledge? The Effects of Codified and Personalized Strategies on Health Board Decision-Making. Canadian Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Vancouver, BC.

2005

Elizabeth Quinlan, Harley Dickinson & Carole Estabrooks. How Do Nurses Manage Knowledge? The Effects of Codified and Personalized Strategies on Health Outcomes. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) 33rd Annual Meeting, Quebec City, PQ.


About Me
"Quinlan speaks to the media about campus sexual assault in The Ubyssey's article 'Policy, protocol and political will: how universities can responsibly respond to sexual assault.' Read more

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.