Evelyne Durocher
Evelyne Durocher
McMaster University School of Rehabilitation Science
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
TitleCited byYear
Occupational justice: A conceptual review
E Durocher, BE Gibson, S Rappolt
Journal of Occupational Science 21 (4), 418-430, 2014
1562014
Occupational justice: future directions
E Durocher, S Rappolt, BE Gibson
Journal of Occupational Science 21 (4), 431-442, 2014
622014
Navigating ethical discharge planning: A case study in older adult rehabilitation
E Durocher, BE Gibson
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 57 (1), 2-7, 2010
292010
Contradictions in client-centred discharge planning: through the lens of relational autonomy
E Durocher, EA Kinsella, C Ells, M Hunt
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 22 (4), 293-301, 2015
282015
Ethical Tensions Related to Systemic Constraints Occupational Alienation in Occupational Therapy Practice
E Durocher, EA Kinsella, L McCorquodale, S Phelan
OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health 36 (4), 216-226, 2016
272016
Thinking critically about client-centred practice and occupational possibilities across the life-span
J Njelesani, G Teachman, E Durocher, Y Hamdani, S Phelan
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 1-8, 2015
242015
Haitian and international responders' and decision-makers' perspectives regarding disability and the response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake
MR Hunt, R Chung, E Durocher, JH Henrys
Global health action 8 (1), 27969, 2015
112015
Occupational Justice: Moral Imagination, Critical Reflection, and Political Praxis.
EA Kinsella, E Durocher
OTJR: occupation, participation and health, 2016
102016
Ethics teaching in rehabilitation: results of a pan-Canadian workshop with occupational and physical therapy educators
A Hudon, K Perreault, M Laliberté, P Desrochers, B Williams-Jones, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 38 (22), 2244-2254, 2016
92016
“Just access”? Questions of equity in access and funding for assistive technology
E Durocher, RH Wang, J Bickenbach, D Schreiber, MG Wilson
Ethics & Behavior 29 (3), 172-191, 2019
72019
Rehabilitation as “destination triage”: a critical examination of discharge planning
E Durocher, BE Gibson, S Rappolt
Disability and rehabilitation 39 (13), 1271-1278, 2017
72017
Mediators of marginalisation in discharge planning with older adults
E DUROCHER, BE GIBSON, S RAPPOLT
Ageing & Society 37 (9), 1747-1769, 2017
62017
Discharge planning with older adults: the influence of social and political systems and contexts
E Durocher
University of Toronto, 2014
62014
Access to assistive technology in Canada: A jurisdictional scan of programs
D Schreiber, RH Wang, E Durocher, MG Wilson
Toronto, Canada: AGE-WELL NCE, University of Toronto, McMaster Health Forum …, 2017
52017
Ethical questions identified in a study of local and expatriate responders’ perspectives of vulnerability in the 2010 Haiti earthquake
E Durocher, R Chung, C Rochon, JH Henrys, C Olivier, M Hunt
Journal of medical ethics 43 (9), 613-617, 2017
32017
Understanding and addressing vulnerability following the 2010 Haiti earthquake: applying a feminist lens to examine perspectives of haitian and expatriate health care providers …
E Durocher, R Chung, C Rochon, M Hunt
Journal of human rights practice 8 (2), 219-238, 2016
32016
Supporting, Promoting, Respecting and Advocating: A Scoping Study of Rehabilitation Professionals’ Responses to Patient Autonomy
E Blackburn, E Durocher, D Feldman, A Hudon, M Laliberté, B Mazer, ...
Canadian Journal of Bioethics/Revue canadienne de bioéthique 1 (3), 22-34, 2018
12018
Evidence into Practice: Integrating Judgment, Values, and Research
E Durocher
Physiotherapy Canada 66 (1), 109, 2014
12014
Engaging older adults in discharge planning: case studies illuminating approaches adopted by family members that promote relational autonomy
E Durocher, EA Kinsella, BE Gibson, S Rappolt, C Ells
Disability and rehabilitation 41 (25), 3005-3015, 2019
2019
Justicia ocupacional: Una revisión de conceptos
E Durocher, BE Gibson, S Rappolt
Journal of Occupational Science, 1-13, 2019
2019
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