Jennie Haw
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Breaking the ice: young feminist scholars of reproductive politics reflect on egg freezing
A Cattapan, K Hammond, J Haw, LA Tarasoff
IJFAB: International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 7 (2), 236-247, 2014
382014
‘Wannabe Toxic-Free?’From precautionary consumption to corporeal citizenship
DN Scott, J Haw, R Lee
Environmental Politics 26 (2), 322-342, 2017
182017
From waste to (fool’s) gold: promissory and profit values of cord blood
J Haw
Monash bioethics review 33 (4), 325-339, 2015
82015
Corporeal commodification and women’s work: feminist analysis of private umbilical cord blood banking
J Haw
Body & Society 22 (3), 31-53, 2016
72016
Making Contributions and Defining Success: An eDelphi Study of the Inaugural Cohort of CIHR Health System Impact Fellows, Host Supervisors and Academic Supervisors.
MA Blanchette, M Saari, K Aubrecht, C Bailey, I Cheng, M Embrett, ...
Healthcare policy= Politiques de sante 15 (SP), 49-60, 2019
52019
Epistemic tensions between people living with asthma and healthcare professionals in clinical encounters
J Haw, S Cunningham, KC O'Doherty
Social Science & Medicine 208, 34-40, 2018
42018
Dietary strategies and food practices of pediatric patients, and their parents, living with inflammatory bowel disease: a qualitative interview study
KH Chuong, J Haw, A Stintzi, DR Mack, KC O’Doherty
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 14 (1 …, 2019
32019
Blood donation and the global COVID‐19 pandemic: areas for social science research
J Haw, K Holloway, BM Masser, EM Merz, R Thorpe
Vox sanguinis, 2020
22020
Contextual factors influencing donor recruitment and cord blood collection: perspectives of frontline staff of the Canadian Blood Services' Cord Blood Bank
J Haw, J Polzer, DV Devine
Transfusion 59 (5), 1742-1748, 2019
12019
Clinicians’ views and expectations of human microbiome science on asthma and its translations
J Haw, K C. O’Doherty
New Genetics and Society 37 (1), 67-87, 2018
12018
From the Incinerator to the Bank: A Feminist Qualitative Study of Private Cord Blood Banking in Canada
JYJ Haw
12014
Patient advocacy, drug promotion, and the feminist paradox: An analysis of the Canadian Pain Coalition
K Holloway, J Haw
Health Tomorrow: Interdisciplinarity and Internationality 1 (1), 2013
12013
“You can’t just let health care happen”: Unpaid caregiving of brain injured spouses in a context of marketization in British Columbia
J Haw
Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology-Simon Fraser University, 2007
12007
Emotional labour and cord blood collection: frontline perspectives
J Haw, J Polzer, DV Devine
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2020
2020
Toxic Conceptions: The Assessment and Regulation of Male-Mediated Transgenerational Effects of Chemical Exposures
L Tessaro, A Cattapan, J Haw, R Mykitiuk
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 31 (2), 346-385, 2019
2019
FMT Regulatory Challenges and the Lived Experiences of People With IBD
J Haw, K Chuong, KC O'Doherty
The American Journal of Bioethics 17 (5), 59-61, 2017
2017
From waste to gold: promissory and profit values of cord blood
J Haw
2015
BREAKING THE ICE
YFSOF REPRODUCTIVE, PRONEGG FREEZING, A CATTAPAN, ...
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FEMINIST APPROACHES TO BIOETHICS 7 (2), 2014
2014
Paul Atkinson, Peter Glasner and Margaret Lock, eds., The Handbook of Genetics & Society: Mapping the New Genomic Era
J Haw
Canadian Journal of Sociology 35 (3), 533-535, 2010
2010
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