Michelle Phoenix
Michelle Phoenix
Assistant Professor, McMaster University, School of Rehabilitation Science and CanChild
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Are you really doing ‘codesign’? Critical reflections when working with vulnerable populations
S Moll, M Wyndham-West, G Mulvale, S Park, A Buettgen, M Phoenix, ...
BMJ open 10 (11), e038339, 2020
A grounded theory of parents’ attendance, participation and engagement in children’s developmental rehabilitation services: Part 2. The journey to child health and happiness
M Phoenix, SM Jack, PL Rosenbaum, C Missiuna
Disability and Rehabilitation 42 (15), 2151-2160, 2020
Using qualitative research perspectives to inform patient engagement in research
M Phoenix, T Nguyen, SJ Gentles, S VanderKaay, A Cross, L Nguyen
Research involvement and engagement 4, 1-5, 2018
Strategies used to engage hard-to-reach populations in childhood disability research: a scoping review
M Gonzalez, M Phoenix, S Saxena, R Cardoso, M Canac-Marquis, ...
Disability and Rehabilitation 43 (19), 2815-2827, 2021
Qualitative health research in the fields of developmental medicine and child neurology
SM Jack, M Phoenix
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 64 (7), 830-839, 2022
Client-centred occupational therapy with children: A critical perspective
M Phoenix, S Vanderkaay
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy 22 (4), 318-321, 2015
Parents' attendance, participation and engagement in children’s developmental rehabilitation services: Part 1. Contextualizing the journey to child health and happiness
M Phoenix, SM Jack, PL Rosenbaum, C Missiuna
Disability and Rehabilitation 42 (15), 2141-2150, 2020
The complexities and synergies of engagement: an ethnographic study of engagement in outpatient pediatric rehabilitation sessions
G King, LA Chiarello, R Ideishi, J Ziviani, M Phoenix, MJW McLarnon, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 43 (16), 2353-2365, 2021
‘I Didn’t Know What to Expect’: Describing Parents’ Expectations in Children’s Rehabilitation Services
M Phoenix, E Smart, G King
Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics 40 (3), 311-329, 2020
Tiered approaches to rehabilitation services in education settings: towards developing an explanatory programme theory
S VanderKaay, L Dix, L Rivard, C Missiuna, S Ng, N Pollock, SS Whalen, ...
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 70 (4), 540-561, 2023
Health professional–educator collaboration in the delivery of school‐based tiered support services: A qualitative case study
M Phoenix, L Dix, C DeCola, I Eisen, W Campbell
Child: Care, Health and Development 47 (3), 367-376, 2021
Building a culture of engagement at a research centre for childhood disability
K Pozniak, F Buchanan, A Cross, J Crowson, B Galuppi, D Grahovac, ...
Research Involvement and Engagement 7, 1-15, 2021
Development and implementation of a paediatric rehabilitation care path for hard‐to‐reach families: a case report
M Phoenix, P Rosenbaum
Child: care, health and development 41 (3), 494-499, 2015
A measure of parent engagement: plan appropriateness, partnering, and positive outcome expectancy in pediatric rehabilitation sessions
G King, LA Chiarello, MJW McLarnon, J Ziviani, M Pinto, FV Wright, ...
Disability and Rehabilitation 44 (14), 3459-3468, 2022
Creative processes in co-designing a co-design hub: towards system change in health and social services in collaboration with structurally vulnerable populations.
S Micsinszki, A Buettgen, G Mulvale, S Moll, M Wyndham-West, E Bruce, ...
Evidence & Policy 20 (XX), 1-20, 2021
Children with disabilities face health risks, disruption and marginalization under coronavirus
M Phoenix
The Conversation, 2020
Presenting the model of risk, disability and hard-to-reach families to inform early intervention services
M Phoenix, P Rosenbaum
Disability and rehabilitation 41 (2), 244-249, 2019
Cultural adaptation of parent-implemented early communication interventions: A scoping review
M Albin, S Micsinszki, M Phoenix
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 31 (5), 2229-2247, 2022
To screen or not to screen? Exploring the value of parent mental health screening in children’s rehabilitation services
N Popov, M Phoenix, G King
Disability and Rehabilitation 43 (5), 739-745, 2021
Patients and families as partners in patient-oriented research: how should they be compensated?
M Novak-Pavlic, JW Gorter, MP Phoenix, SK Micsinszki, K Pozniak, L Li, ...
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews 10 (2), 82, 2023
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