Shanon Phelan, PhD
Shanon Phelan, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
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Picture this... safety, dignity, and voice—Ethical research with children: Practical considerations for the reflexive researcher
SK Phelan, EA Kinsella
Qualitative inquiry 19 (2), 81-90, 2013
Occupational identity: Engaging socio‐cultural perspectives
S Phelan, EA Kinsella
Journal of Occupational Science 16 (2), 85-91, 2009
Constructions of disability: a call for critical reflexivity in occupational therapy
SK Phelan
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy 78 (3), 164-172, 2011
Exploring a cognitive intervention for children with pervasive developmental disorder
S Phelan, L Steinke, A Mandich
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy 76 (1), 23-28, 2009
Introducing a critical analysis of the figured world of occupation
N Kiepek, SK Phelan, L Magalhaes
Journal of Occupational Science 21 (4), 403-417, 2014
Occupation and identity: Perspectives of children with disabilities and their parents
SK Phelan, EA Kinsella
Journal of Occupational Science 21 (3), 334-356, 2014
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
Thinking critically about client-centred practice and occupational possibilities across the life-span
J Njelesani, G Teachman, E Durocher, Y Hamdani, SK Phelan
Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy 22 (4), 252-259, 2015
An institutional ethnography inquiry of health care work in special education: a research protocol
S Ng, R Stooke, S Regan, K Hibbert, C Schryer, S Phelan, L Lingard
International journal of integrated care 13, 2013
Recognizing and responding to ethically important moments in qualitative research
L Baker, S Phelan, R Snelgrove, L Varpio, J Maggi, S Ng
Journal of graduate medical education 8 (4), 607-608, 2016
Photoelicitation interview methods and research with children: Possibilities, pitfalls and ethical considerations
S Phelan, EA Kinsella
Creative Spaces for Qualitative Researching, 125-134, 2011
Silences around occupations framed as unhealthy, illegal, and deviant
NC Kiepek, B Beagan, DL Rudman, S Phelan
Journal of Occupational Science 26 (3), 341-353, 2019
Supporting children with disabilities at school: Implications for the advocate role in professional practice and education
SL Ng, L Lingard, K Hibbert, S Regan, S Phelan, R Stooke, C Meston, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (24), 2282-2290, 2015
“You gotta try it all”: Parents’ experiences with robotic gait training for their children with cerebral palsy
B Beveridge, D Feltracco, J Struyf, E Strauss, S Dang, S Phelan, ...
Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics 35 (4), 327-341, 2015
Representations of disability and normality in rehabilitation technology promotional materials
SK Phelan, V Wright, BE Gibson
Disability and rehabilitation 36 (24), 2072-2079, 2014
An investigation of students’ perceptions of ethical practice: engaging a reflective dialogue about ethics education in the health professions
EA Kinsella, SK Phelan, AP Lala, V Mom
Advances in health sciences education 20 (3), 781-801, 2015
Directions for advancing the study of work transitions in the 21st century
L Shaw, K Jacobs, D Rudman, L Magalhaes, S Huot, B Prodinger, ...
Work 41 (4), 369-377, 2012
What is it like to walk with the help of a robot? Children’s perspectives on robotic gait training technology
SK Phelan, BE Gibson, FV Wright
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (24), 2272-2281, 2015
A Qualitative Case Study of Smartphone-Connected Hearing Aids: Influences on Patients, Clinicians, and Patient‐Clinician Interactions
SL Ng, S Phelan, MA Leonard, J Galster
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 28 (6), 506-521, 2017
A case review: reframing school-based practices using a critical perspective
SK Phelan, S L. Ng
Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics 35 (4), 396-411, 2015
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