Published – Refereed Papers
Isobel Findlay, Marie Lovrod, Elizabeth Quinlan, Ulrich Teucher. 2015. Building community engagement through scholarship: Three case studies. Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research, Teaching and Learning. 1 (1). 33-50.
Roanne Thomas & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014.Teaching and Learning Focus Group Facilitation: An Encounter with Experiential Learning in a Graduate Sociology Classroom. Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning Journal, 7 (1). 1-15.
Elizabeth Quinlan*, Roanne Thomas, Shahid Ahmed, Pam Fichtner, Linda McMullen & Janice Block. 2014. The Aesthetic Rationality of the Popular Expressive Arts: Lifeworld Communication Among Breast Cancer Survivors Living with Lymphedema. Social Theory and Health, 12(3), 291-312.
Thomas, R., Quinlan, E., Kowalski, K., Spriggs, P., Hamoline, R. 2014. Insights from an Iyengar yoga program for women with disability after breast cancer. Holistic Nursing Practice, 28 (6). 253-261.
Quinlan, E., Robertson, S., Miller, N., & Robertson-Boersma, D. 2014. Interventions to reduce bullying in health care organizations: A scoping review. Health Service Management Research. 27 (1). 33-44.
Elizabeth Quinlan*, Roanne Thomas, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Anna Towers, Andrea Tilley, Baukje Miedema. 2014. Lymphedema Trajectories Among Breast Cancer Survivors. Journal of Lympheodema, 9 (1). 12-19.
Ann-Marie Urban* & Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. Not for the Faint of Heart: Insider and outsider shadowing experiences within Canadian health care organizations. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 9 (1). 47-65.
Elizabeth Quinlan. 2014. Hugh Lukin Robinson (1916-2012). Labour/LeTravail, 73. 11-22.
Donna Goodridge*, Elizabeth Quinlan, Rosemary Venne, Paulette Hunter and Doug Surtees. 2013. Planning for Future Serious Illness by the General Public: A population-based survey. ISRN Family Medicine. Article ID 483673, 8 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/483673.
Kathy Bischoping* & Elizabeth Quinlan. May/June, 2013. Health and Safety Issues in Precarious Cultural Work. E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, 2 (2). 1-25. http://adapt.it/EJCLS/index.php/ejcls_adapt/article/view/97/151
Elizabeth Quinlan* & Susan Robertson. 2013. The Communicative Power of Nurse Practitioners in Multi-Disciplinary Primary Health Care Teams. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 25(2): 91–102.
Baukje Miedema*, Ryan Hamilton, Sue Tatemichi, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Elizabeth Quinlan, Anna Towers, Andrea Tilley, & Winkle Kwan. 2011. Do Breast Cancer Survivors’ post-surgery Difficulties with Recreational Activities Persist Over Time? Journal of Breast Cancer Survivorship, 5: 405-412.
Andrea Quinlan*, Elizabeth Quinlan, & Desiree Nelson. 2011. Performing Actor-Network Theory in the Post-Secondary Classroom. International Journal of Actor Network Theory and Technology Innovation, 3(4): 1-10. http://www.igi-global.com/article/performing-actor-network-theory-post/60410
Elizabeth Quinlan. 2011. Contemporary Challenges to Caring Labour and Time-Honoured Transformative Tools. Just Labour,17 & 18: 83-104.
Elizabeth Quinlan*, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Anna Towers, Andrea Tilley, 2011. Breast Cancer Survivorship & Work Disability. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 22 (1): 18-27. IF 0.644
Rita Hamoline*, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuzmicz. 2010. Discussing mentorship: An ongoing study for the development of a mentorship program in Saskatchewan. Canadian family physician / Médecin de famille canadien 56(7): 263-272.
Curtis Fogel*, Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Qianru She, 2010. Ethical Issues of Socio-Historical Archival Research: A short skit. Research Ethics Review, 6 (3): 90-93.
Elizabeth Quinlan* & Andrea Quinlan, 2010. Representations of Rape: Transcending Methodological Divides. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 4 (2): 127-143. IF 2.091
Roanne Thomas-MacLean*, Paul Spriggs, Elizabeth Quinlan, Anna Towers, Thomas F. Hack, Sue Tatemichi, Baukje Miedema, Winkle Kwan, Andrea Tilley. 2010. Arm Morbidity and Disability: Reporting the Current Status from Canada. Journal of Lymphoedema, 5 (2): 33-38.
Elizabeth Quinlan, Joanne Horsley, Allyson Clarke. From Outrage to Action: Countering the Institutional Response to Sexualized Violence on University Campuses. Canadian Women’s Studies Journal. 28 (1). 46-55.
Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Curtis Fogel. DNA Analysis in Canadian Legal Cases of Sexual Assault: Friend or Foe? Canadian Women’s Studies Journal. 28 (1). 98-107.
Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. Modeling dimensions of ‘the social’ in knowledge teams: An operationalization of Habermas’s theory of communicative action. Sociological Research Online, 15 (3). 11. http://www.socresonline.org.uk/15/3/11.html
Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. Mutual Understanding within Multi-Disciplinary Primary Health Care Teams. The Journal of Inter-Professional Care, 24, (5). 565-578.
Elizabeth Quinlan. New action research techniques: Using participatory theatre with health care workers. Action Research, 8 (2). 117-133.
Elizabeth Quinlan. The actualities of knowledge work: An institutional ethnography of multi-disciplinary primary health care teams. Sociology of Health and Illness, 31 (5). pp. 625-641.
Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. (2009). Breaking
the 4th wall: Using participatory theatre to investigate and foster
hope among family caregivers of people with dementia. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-Being, 4 (4). 207-219.
Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Anna Towers & Andrea Tilley. (2009). The impact of breast cancer among Canadian women: Disability and productivity. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 34 (3). 285-296.
Roanne Thomas-MacLean, R.L., Anna Towers, Elizabeth Quinlan, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Bo Miedema, Andrea Tilley, & Paul Graham (2009). “This is a kind of betrayal”: A qualitative study of disability after breast cancer. Current Oncology, 16 (3), 26-32.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Conspicuous invisibility: Shadowing as a data collection strategy. Qualitative Inquiry, 14 (8). pp. 1480-1499.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Women’s job-related training in Canada: Returns to human capital investments. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 27 (1) pp. 71-92.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Training in the gendered labour market: New realities, requirements, and rewards for Canadian women. Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal, 31 (1) pp. 3-16.
Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan, & Beverly Dent. Shit, stress, and sacrifice: The lived experiences of women’s cross-generational care-giving. Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal, 27 (2) pp. 57-63.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Mathematics and engineering programs in Canadian universities. Education Quarterly Review, 4 (4) pp. 49-50.
Papers Published In Non-Refereed Journals
Elizabeth Quinlan. (March/April 2014). Bargaining Tables & Kitchen Tables. Our Times, 37-41.
Ling Ma, James Popham, Lori Senkus, Oxana Solovyeva, Roisin Unsworth, Elizabeth Quinlan* 2011. “Hitting the Archives With Our Historical Sociology Assignment,” Mirabilia: University of Saskatchewan’s Cultural Web Magazine. p. 1-2. http://library2.usask.ca/cultural/node/38
Published – Books
Fogel, Curtis, Quinlan, Elizabeth & Quinlan, Andrea. 2013. (Eds). Imaginative Inquiry: Innovative Approaches to Interdisciplinary Research. Academica Press Inc. pp. 182. ISBN: 978-1-936320- 43-1.
Quinlan, Elizabeth, 2004. Gendered Determinants of Job-related Training Participation in Canada. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, pp. 305, [Doctoral thesis].
Quinlan, Elizabeth, 1997. Women’s Participation in Canadian University Mathematics Programs. Toronto: University of Toronto, pp. 72, [Masters thesis].
Published – Book Chapters
Turvey, R.,Elizabeth Quinlan, Fogel, C., & Quinlan, A. 2013. “Interdisciplinary Imaginative Inquiry.” In Curtis Fogel, Elizabeth Quinlan, & Andrea Quinlan (eds), Imaginative Inquiry: Innovative Approaches to Interdisciplinary Research Academica Press: Palo Alto, CA., pp. 1-7.
Elizabeth Quinlan & Qianru She. Women Still Denied Equality in the Workplace. In Trish Hennessy & Ed Finn (eds.), Speaking Truth to Power: A Reader on Canadian Women’s Inequality. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, pp. 69-76.
Glenis Joyce & Elizabeth Quinlan. Offside: Hockey and gender equity at the University of Saskatchewan. In Janice Newson & Claire Polster (eds.), Academic Callings: The University We Have Had, Now Have and Could Have. Toronto: Between the Lines.
Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. The emerging public health system in Canada. In Harley Dickinson and Bolaria Singh. (Eds.), Health, Illness, and Health Care in Canada, 4th edition. Toronto: Harcourt. pp. 42-55.
Larry Haiven & Elizabeth Quinlan.
Training and re-training health workers amid health care restructuring,
downsizing, and rationalization: The case of health care aides, in Marjorie Cohen. (Ed.), Training the excluded for work: Access and equity for women, immigrants, First Nations, youth and people with low income. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Elizabeth Quinlan, 2003. “Training and Re-Training Health Workers amid Health Care Restructuring, Downsizing, and Rationalization: The Case of Health Care Aides.” In Marjorie Cohen. (ed.), Training the Excluded for Work: Access and Equity for Women, Immigrants, First Nations, Youth and People with Low Income. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp.124-144.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Review of Ariel Ducey’s ‘Never Good Enough: Health Care Workers and the False Promise of Job Training’. Global Labour Journal, 1 (2). 298-300.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Review of B. Grzetic’s ‘Women Fishes These Days’. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology On-Line Book Reviews.
Elizabeth Quinlan*, Ally Clarke, & Natasha Miller. 2013. “Coordinating and Enhancing Care and Advocacy for Sexual Assault Survivors: New Collaborations and New Approaches.” Community-University Institute for Social Research. 28 pages.
Beth Bilson, Susan Robertson*, Elizabeth Quinlan. October 2013. “Women and the Legal Profession in Saskatchewan: National and Historical Comparisons” A Report to the Law Society of Saskatchewan, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch and The Law Foundation of Saskatchewan.
Elizabeth Quinlan* & Susan Robertson 2012. “Report to Saskatoon Civic Middle Management Association.” 22 pages.
Elizabeth Quinlan, 1999. “Saskatchewan’s New Provincial Training Allowance.” Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board.
Virginia Hamilton & Elizabeth Quinlan. Review of the evaluation of Ottawa’s Drug Treatment Court Program. Ottawa Rideauwood Addiction Family Service.
Elizabeth Quinlan. The role of the NP in Saskatchewan’s new multi-disciplinary primary health care teams. The Nurse Practitioner. Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Additional hours law – A gender-friendly policy. Star Phoenix.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Saskatchewan’s new provincial training allowance. Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board.
Elizabeth Quinlan. Saskatchewan’s training strategy. Briarpatch 20 (6).
Bill Nixon, (producer), Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan, (content specialists). Hope in action. Video 18 min. Saskatoon, SK: University of Saskatchewan Education Media Access Program. Funded by the Saskatchewan Alzheimer’s Society.
Video cover courtesy of College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan