Chris Sinding
Chris Sinding
McMaster University School of Social Work & Department of Health, Aging and Society
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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Standing ovation: Performing social science research about cancer
RE Gray, R Gray, C Sinding
Rowman Altamira, 2002
1552002
The use of research‐based theatre in a project related to metastatic breast cancer
R Gray, C Sinding, V Ivonoffski, M Fitch, A Hampson, M Greenberg
Health Expectations 3 (2), 137-144, 2000
1312000
Exposing failures, unsettling accommodations: Tensions in interview practice
C Sinding, J Aronson
Qualitative research 3 (1), 95-117, 2003
1302003
Homophobia and heterosexism in cancer care: the experiences of lesbians
C Sinding, L Barnoff, P Grassau
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research Archive, 170-188, 2004
1002004
“I like to be an informed person but…” negotiating responsibility for treatment decisions in cancer care
C Sinding, P Hudak, J Wiernikowski, J Aronson, P Miller, J Gould, ...
Social Science & Medicine 71 (6), 1094-1101, 2010
962010
Disruption foreclosed: older women's cancer narratives
C Sinding, J Wiernikowski
Health: 12 (3), 389-411, 2008
932008
Active aging—spunky survivorship? Discourses and experiences of the years beyond breast cancer
C Sinding, R Gray
Journal of Aging Studies 19 (2), 147-161, 2005
822005
Ethics in humanitarian aid work: learning from the narratives of humanitarian health workers
L Schwartz, C Sinding, M Hunt, L Elit, L Redwood-Campbell, N Adelson, ...
AJOB Primary Research 1 (3), 45-54, 2010
702010
Social work and the arts: Images at the intersection
C Sinding, R Warren, C Paton
Qualitative Social Work 13 (2), 187-202, 2014
672014
Using institutional ethnography to understand the production of health care disparities
C Sinding
Qualitative Health Research 20 (12), 1656-1663, 2010
662010
Ethical issues and issues of ethics
C Sinding, R Gray, J Nisker
Handbook of the arts in qualitative research, 459-468, 2008
492008
The ethics of engaged presence: a framework for health professionals in humanitarian assistance and development work
MR Hunt, L Schwartz, C Sinding, L Elit
Developing World Bioethics 14 (1), 47-55, 2014
482014
Of time and troubles: Patient involvement and the production of health care disparities
C Sinding, P Miller, P Hudak, S Keller-Olaman, J Sussman
Health: 16 (4), 400-417, 2012
482012
Navigating the social context of metastatic breast cancer: Reflections on a project linking research to drama
RE Gray, C Sinding, MI Fitch
Health: 5 (2), 233-248, 2001
472001
Making a mess and spreading it around: Articulation of an approach to research-based theatre
R Gray, V Ivonoffski, C Sinding
Ethnographically speaking, 57-75, 2002
452002
Cancer care from the perspectives of older women.
C Sinding, J Wiernikowski, J Aronson
Oncology nursing forum 32 (6), 2005
382005
Treatment decision making and its discontents
C Sinding, J Wiernikowski
Social Work in Health Care 48 (6), 614-634, 2009
352009
Audience responses to a research‐based drama about life after breast cancer
C Sinding, R Gray, P Grassau, F Damianakis, A Hampson
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2006
342006
Staging breast cancer, rehearsing metastatic disease
C Sinding, R Gray, M Fitch, M Greenberg
Qualitative Health Research 12 (1), 61-73, 2002
342002
“Because you know there's an end to it”: Caring for a relative or friend with advanced breast cancer
C Sinding
Palliative & supportive care 1 (2), 153-163, 2003
322003
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