Health Professional Education (HPE) & Interdisciplinary Network for Scholarship in Professions’ Research in Education (INSPiRE) Joint Seminar Series

2012-2013 Health Professional Education (HPE) Field & Interdisciplinary Network for Scholarship in Professions’ Research in Education (INSPiRE) Joint Seminar Series

 Ethical Considerations Using Visual Methods: A Call for Reflexivity throughout the Research Process

Dr. Shanon Phelan

Monday, October 1st, 2012
12:30-2pm
Elborn College, Room 1549

 Please bring your lunch.

About Shanon:
Shanon Phelan received her PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Field of Occupational Science, from Western University. Her doctoral work examined how occupation is implicated in the shaping of identity for children with disabilities using case study and visual methods. Shanon has published manuscripts in peer reviewed journals focusing on critical reflexivity and constructions of disability, photoelicitation as a research method, and ethical considerations for research with children. Shanon has worked with a variety of research methodologies and methods and her research is informed by her practice experience as an occupational therapist in school health. Shanon is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Bloorview Research Institute, Toronto, Ontario, and a sessional instructor in the School of Occupational Therapy at Western University.

Questions about the HPE/INSPiRE Seminar?
Please view the full Fall schedule here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Xqe7BF6PMgsSpH-1mSlp3Tzzvl8SsTGhMe1Kmk44bjc/edit

and feel free to contact the seminar co-coordinators:
Stella Ng, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry’s Centre for Education Research & Innovation (sng9@uwo.ca) and
Lisa McCorquodale, Health & Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program (lmccorqu@uwo.ca)

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