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Judith (Judy) MacDonnell

Nursing

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

Interdisciplinary, critical feminist, anti-oppression and participatory policy approaches, and my public health nursing background have shaped my qualitative research with LGBT2SQ communities across the lifespan. Graduate studies focused on minority and LGBT2SQ health/education. Collaborated on several projects with community researchers. 1) Masters of Education thesis (2001):

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

Interdisciplinary, critical feminist, anti-oppression and participatory policy approaches, and my public health nursing background have shaped my qualitative research with LGBT2SQ communities across the lifespan. Graduate studies focused on minority and LGBT2SQ health/education. Collaborated on several projects with community researchers. 1) Masters of Education thesis (2001):

Published Work

  • MacDonnell, J. A. (2007). Articulating a policy resolution for sexual minorities: Nurses as moral agents. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 39(4), 74-92.
  • MacDonnell, J.A. (2007). Comparative life histories of nurses who advocate for lesbian health in a Canadian context: Sexual orientation as a factor in career and workplace dynamics. In L. Badgett & J. Frank. (Eds.). Sexual orientation discrimination: An international perspective (118-135). London: Routledge.
  • MacDonnell, J. A., & Andrews, G. J. (2006). Placing sexuality in health policies: Feminist geographies and public health nursing. Geojournal 65, 349-364.
  • MacDonnell, J. A. (2007). Exploring matrices of mothering and feminisms: Life history methodology as a venue for understanding complexities of mothering discourses for lesbian health advocates. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 8(1-2), 298-310.
  • Dobinson, C. (with MacDonnell, J., Hampson, E., Clipsham, J., & Chow, K.). (2005). Improving access and quality of public health services for bisexuals. Journal of Bisexuality, 5(10), 39-78.
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