Shanon Phelan, PhD
Shanon Phelan, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
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
1522013
Occupational identity: Engaging socio‐cultural perspectives
S Phelan, EA Kinsella
Journal of Occupational Science 16 (2), 85-91, 2009
1252009
Constructions of disability: a call for critical reflexivity in occupational therapy
SK Phelan
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy 78 (3), 164-172, 2011
602011
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
352009
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
302014
Occupation and identity: Perspectives of children with disabilities and their parents
SK Phelan, EA Kinsella
Journal of Occupational Science 21 (3), 334-356, 2014
302014
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
232016
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
222015
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
212013
Photoelicitation interview methods and research with children: Possibilities, pitfalls and ethical considerations
S Phelan, EA Kinsella
Creative Spaces for Qualitative Researching, 125-134, 2011
182011
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
172016
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
152015
Representations of disability and normality in rehabilitation technology promotional materials
SK Phelan, V Wright, BE Gibson
Disability and rehabilitation 36 (24), 2072-2079, 2014
152014
“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
142015
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
132019
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
132015
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
102012
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
92017
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
92015
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
52015
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