Researcher Database

Name Location

Andrea Daley

adaley@yorku.ca
4700 Keele Street, S809 Ross
Toronto, Ontario
416-736-2100 x2
http://people.laps.yorku.ca/people.nsf/researcherprofile?readform&shortname=adaley
York University
Associate Professor
Social Work
Department: School of Social Work

Languages:

  • English

Communities:

  • Bisexual/omnisexual/pansexual women
  • Lesbians
  • People living with disabilities

Expertise:

  • Interviews
  • Qualitative data analysis
  • Research design
  • Research synthesis
  • Sampling
  • Critical research methodologies, Textual analysis, Institutional ethnography

Topic:

  • Access to care
  • Disabilities & Ableism
  • Discrimination
  • Lesbian health
  • Mental health
  • Sexuality
  • Violence/safety issues
  • Self-disclosure within psychiatric and mental health settings

Available to Mentor:

  • Doctoral students
  • Masters students
  • Undergraduate students

Current Interest in LGBTQ Research

Principal Investigator. “Exploring and enhancing access to in home health services for LGBT communities”. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health - Open Call Operating Grant. Co-Principal investigator: Dr. Judith MacDonnell, Co-investigators: Dr. Theresa Knott, Dr. Jane Aronson, Dr. Shari Brotman, Mr. Tim Pauley, Ms. Loralee Gillis.

Experience with LGBTQ Research

Principal Investigator. “Exploring and enhancing access to in home health services for LGBT communities”. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health - Open Call Operating Grant. Co-Principal investigator: Dr. Judith MacDonnell, Co-investigators: Dr. Theresa Knott, Dr. Jane Aronson, Dr. Shari Brotman, Mr. Tim Pauley, Ms. Loralee Gillis.

Community-Based Research Partners

Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre
Exploring and enhancing access to in home health services for LGBT communities.
http://Exploring and enhancing access to in home health services for LGBT communities.

Rainbow Health Ontario
Exploring and enhancing access to in home health services for LGBT communities.
http://rainbowhealthontario.ca/

The Empowerment Council
Sexual health services access for women with psychiatric disabilities.
http://www.empowermentcouncil.ca/

Key Publications

MacDonnell, J., & Daley, A. (Forthcoming). Reorienting Health Services by Examining the Development of Positive Space in Health and Social Service Organizations: A Canadian Exploratory Study. Submitted to Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services.

Daley, A., & MacDonnell, J. (2015). ‘That would have been beneficial’: LGBTQ-specific training for home care service providers. Health and Social Care in the Community. 23(3), 225-336.

Daley, A., & Mulé N. (2014). LGBTQs and the DSM-5: A critical queer response. Journal of Homosexuality, 61(9).

of Essays. Oxford University Press: Don Mills, Ontario. Page 235-238.

Daley, A.E., & MacDonnell, J.A. (2011). Gender, sexuality and the discursive representation of access and equity in health services literature: Implications for LGBT communities. International Journal for Equity in Health, 10:40.