Brenda L. Beagan
Brenda L. Beagan
Occupational Therapy, Dalhousie University
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The periodic health examination
N Hill, L Frappier-Davignon, B Morrison
Canadian Medical Association Journal 121, 1193-1254, 1979
Measures of cultural competence: examining hidden assumptions
Z Kumas-Tan, B Beagan, C Loppie, A MacLeod, B Frank
Academic Medicine 82 (6), 548-557, 2007
It's just easier for me to do it': Rationalizing the family division of foodwork
B Beagan, GE Chapman, A D'Sylva, BR Bassett
Sociology 42 (4), 653-671, 2008
Teaching social and cultural awareness to medical students:“it's all very nice to talk about it in theory, but ultimately it makes no difference”
BL Beagan
Academic Medicine 78 (6), 605-614, 2003
Autonomy and control: the co-construction of adolescent food choice
R Bassett, GE Chapman, BL Beagan
Appetite 50 (2-3), 325-332, 2008
Neutralizing differences: producing neutral doctors for (almost) neutral patients
BL Beagan
Social science & medicine 51 (8), 1253-1265, 2000
Tough teens: The methodological challenges of interviewing teenagers as research participants
R Bassett, BL Beagan, S Ristovski-Slijepcevic, GE Chapman
Journal of Adolescent Research 23 (2), 119-131, 2008
Engaging with healthy eating discourse (s): Ways of knowing about food and health in three ethnocultural groups in Canada
S Ristovski-Slijepcevic, GE Chapman, BL Beagan
Appetite 50 (1), 167-178, 2008
‘Is this worth getting into a big fuss over?’Everyday racism in medical school
BL Beagan
Medical education 37 (10), 852-860, 2003
Making assumptions, making space: an anthropological critique of cultural competency and its relevance to queer patients
K Baker, B Beagan
Medical anthropology quarterly 28 (4), 578-598, 2014
Micro inequities and everyday inequalities:" Race," gender, sexuality and class in medical school
B Beagan
Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 583-610, 2001
Everyday classism in medical school: Experiencing marginality and resistance
BL Beagan
Medical education 39 (8), 777-784, 2005
The patient as text: a challenge for problem‐based learning
NP Kenny, BL Beagan
Medical education 38 (10), 1071-1079, 2004
Nurses' work with LGBTQ patients:“They're just like everybody else, so what's the difference?”
BL Beagan, E Fredericks, L Goldberg
CJNR (Canadian Journal of Nursing Research) 44 (3), 44-63, 2012
‘Food is culture, but it's also power’: the role of food in ethnic and gender identity construction among Goan Canadian women
A D'Sylva, BL Beagan
Journal of Gender Studies 20 (3), 279-289, 2011
" Too much of that stuff can’t be good": Canadian teens, morality, and fast food consumption
D McPhail, GE Chapman, BL Beagan
Social science & medicine 73 (2), 301-307, 2011
Values that matter, barriers that interfere: The struggle of Canadian nurses to enact their values
B Beagan, C Ells
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research Archive 39 (4), 2007
“Even if I don't know what I'm doing I can make it look like I know what I'm doing”: becoming a doctor in the 1990s
BL Beagan
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 38 (3), 275-292, 2001
Acquired tastes: Why families eat the way they do
BL Beagan, GE Chapman, J Johnston, D McPhail, EM Power, ...
UBC Press, 2014
Discomfort, judgment, and health care for queers
A Harbin, B Beagan, L Goldberg
Journal of bioethical inquiry 9 (2), 149-160, 2012
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