Julia Brassolotto
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Epistemological barriers to addressing the social determinants of health among public health professionals in Ontario, Canada: a qualitative inquiry
J Brassolotto, D Raphael, N Baldeo
Critical Public Health 24 (3), 321-336, 2014
Ideological and organizational components of differing public health strategies for addressing the social determinants of health
D Raphael, J Brassolotto, N Baldeo
Health promotion international 30 (4), 855-867, 2015
Understanding action on the social determinants of health: a critical realist analysis of in-depth interviews with staff of nine Ontario public health units
D Raphael, J Brassolotto
BMC research notes 8, 1-14, 2015
Experiences of moral distress by privately hired companions in Ontario’s long-term care facilities
J Brassolotto, T Daly, P Armstrong, V Naidoo
Quality in Ageing and Older Adults 18 (1), 58-68, 2017
Consistent assignment in long‐term care homes: Avoiding the pitfalls to capitalise on the promises
S Caspar, JM Brassolotto, HA Cooke
International Journal of Older People Nursing 16 (1), e12345, 2021
Long-term care in rural Alberta: Exploring autonomy and capacity for action
J Brassolotto, S Caspar, S Spenceley, CA Haney
Journal of Long-Term Care 2020, 80-90, 2020
Sexual expression in Alberta’s continuing care homes: Capacity, consent, and co-decision-making
J Brassolotto, L Howard, A Manduca-Barone
Canadian Journal on Aging/La revue canadienne du vieillissement 40 (1), 156-165, 2021
Navigating Tensions About Resident Sexual Expression in Alberta’s Continuing Care Homes: a Qualitative Study of Leaders’ Experiences
L Howard, J Brassolotto, A Manduca-Barone
Sexuality Research and Social Policy, doi:10.1007/s13178-019-00421-0, 2019
Scarcity discourses and their impacts on renal care policy, practices, and everyday experiences in rural British Columbia
J Brassolotto, T Daly
Social Science & Medicine 152, 138-146, 2016
Continuing care in rural Alberta: A scoping review
J Brassolotto, CA Haney, L Hallstrom, D Scott
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 63 (1), 159-170, 2019
Domesticating dialysis: A feminist political economy analysis of informal renal care in rural British Columbia
J Brassolotto, T Daly
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 60 (4), 519-529, 2016
Examining dual roles in long-term-care homes in rural Alberta: a qualitative study
J Brassolotto, CA Haney, S Caspar, S Spenceley
Rural and Remote Health 21 (1), 1-8, 2021
Medical assistance in dying: a review of related Canadian news media texts
J Brassolotto, A Manduca-Barone, P Zurbrigg
Journal of Medical Humanities 44 (2), 167-186, 2023
“If you do not find the world tasty and sexy, you are out of touch with the most important things in life”: Resident and family member perspectives on sexual expression in …
J Brassolotto, L Howard, A Manduca-Barone
Journal of Aging Studies 53, 100849, 2020
Medical assistance in dying in rural communities: A review of Canadian policies and guidelines
A Manduca-Barone, J Brassolotto, D Waring
Journal of Rural Studies 95, 223-231, 2022
Intersections in rural long-term care: a comparative case study in Alberta
J Brassolotto, 2020
Querying everyday scarcity: A feminist political economy analysis of kidney dialysis and transplantation in rural British Columbia
JM Brassolotto
Age-Friendly Communities: Are they also “Friendly” for Death, Dying, Grief, and Bereavement?
J Brassolotto, A Banerjee
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 1-8, 2023
Placing MAiD: A qualitative study of medical assistance in dying in rural Alberta
J Brassolotto, A Manduca-Barone, M Sedgwick
Health & Place 83, 103073, 2023
MAiD in southern Alberta: report of findings
J Brassolotto, A Manduca-Barone, M Sedgwick
University of Lethbridge, 2022
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