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					                                      ELIZABETH QUINLAN, PhD
                                     Assistant Professor, Term Position
                            Department of Sociology • University of Saskatchewan
                             9 Campus Drive • Saskatoon SK • Canada S7N 5A5
          www.elizabethquinlan.ca • elizabeth.quinlan@usask.ca • work: (306) 966-6937 • home: (306) 664-6236

                                            GRANTS AND AWARDS

2010-12   Creative Practices for Cancer Patients Research Group. Saskatchewan Health Research
          Foundation Research Phase I Group Grant. ($60,000).
          Co-Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-McLean. Team members: L.
          Holtslander, B. Kalyn, K. Kowalski, L. McMullen, J. Nicol, U. Teucher.

2010-12   From Dissemination to Intervention: New Directions in Knowledge Translation for Breast
          Cancer Survivorship. Canadian Institutes of Health Research Operating Grant. ($187,500).
          Co-Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Co-Investigators:
          L. McMullen, L. Mickalishen, J. Block, D. Popkin.

2010      Elizabeth Quinlan. USTEP Summer Student Employment Program, University of
          Saskatchewan, ($2000).

2010      Health and Work Systems. University of Saskatchewan Tri-Council Bridge Fund ($10,500).
          Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan.

2009-14   Long-term disability after breast cancer: Expanding an empirical foundation for education,
          prevention & rehabilitation. Canadian Institutes for Health Research Operating Grant
          ($587,852)
          Principal Investigator: Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Co-Investigators: E. Quinlan, T. Hack, W.
          Kwan, B. Miedema, S. Tatemichi, A. Towers & A. Tilley.

2009-11   Addressing Workplace Bullying with Continuing Care Assistants. Saskatchewan Health
          Research Foundation New Investigator Grant. ($80,000).
          Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan.

2009-11   Treating Arm Morbidity through Exercise (TAME). Research Acceleration Program, University
          of Saskatchewan. ($10,000).
          Co-Principal Investigators: Roanne Thomas-MacLean & Elizabeth Quinlan.

2009-11   Quality End of Life Care Research Group. Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Research
          Group Development Grant. ($100,000).
          Co-Principal Investigators: Wendy Duggleby & Donna Goodridge. Team members: A. Leis, J.
          Gjevre, D. Popkin, R. Thomas-McLean, E. Quinlan, U. Teucher, L. Holtslander, L. Racine,
          A. Baydala, G. Saul, C. Bourassa, M. Hampton, D. Cooper, & K. Wright.

2009-11   Yoga for women with arm morbidity after breast cancer. Canadian Breast Cancer Research
          Alliance, Developmental and Exploratory (DEX) Grant
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          Co-Principal Investigators: Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan. Co-Applicant: K.
          Kowalski. ($49,626)

2009-10   Towards a Transformative Pedagogy: Using Embodied Learning in the Classroom. Gwenna
          Moss Teaching & Learning Scholars Award, University of Saskatchewan. ($3,000).

2009-10   The Canadian Labour Movement in the Cold War Context. Publication Fund, University of
          Saskatchewan. ($2,000).

2009      National Cancer Institute of Canada. Junior Investigator Grant Travel Panel Award. Health
          Promotion, Health Services & Knowledge Exchange Panel. ($1,000).

2008-09   University of Saskatchewan‟s Proposal Development Awards. ($4,000).
          Using Participatory Theatre to Investigate and Facilitate Hope Among Formal Caregivers.
          Understanding Health & Illness: Pathways from the Social Sciences.
          New Directions for Dissemination: A Breast Cancer Survivorship Project.

2007-09   Arm Morbidity after Breast Cancer: Building a Foundation for Education, Prevention and
          Rehabilitation. Regional Partnership Program ,Canadian Institutes of Health
          Research/Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation. ($260,693).
          Principal Investigator: Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Co-Investigators: E. Quinlan, T. Hack, W.
          Kwan, B. Miedema, S. Tatemichi, A. Towers & A. Tilley.

2007-8    Using Drama to Disseminate Research Findings on the Experience of Informal Caregivers of
          Persons with Alzheimer‟s Disease. University of Saskatchewan‟s Social Sciences and
          Humanities Research Fund ($10,000).
          Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Quinlan. Co-Investigator: Wendy Duggleby.

2007      Using Drama to Disseminate Research Findings on the Experience of Informal Caregivers of
          Persons with Dementia. Alzheimer‟s Society of Saskatchewan. ($10,000).
          Co-Investigators: Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan.

2006-08   Primary Health Care: Mentoring in Saskatchewan. New Investigator Establishment Grant.
          Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation ($78,530).
          Principal Investigator: Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Co-Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian
          Ramsden, Gill White, Jennifer Kuzmicz.

2006-08   Quality End of Life Care Research Group, Research Group Development Grant, Saskatchewan
          Health Research Foundation ($100,000).
          Group Leader: Wendy Duggleby. Co-Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan, et al.

2006      Canadian Health Institutes Research, New Emerging Team Grant Letter of Intent. Bullying and
          Mental Health in Academic Workplaces: The Problem and the Solutions. ($8,000).
          Principal Investigator: Michael MacGregor. Co-Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan, et al.
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2006         University of Saskatchewan Facilitation of Groups and Collaborative Grants Award.
             Bullying and Mental Health in Academic Workplaces. ($6,000). Principal Investigator: Michael
             MacGregor. Co-Investigators: Elizabeth Quinlan, et al.

2005-08      Canadian Institutes for Health Research Post-Doctoral Fellowship ($135,000)

2005      Canadian Institutes for Health Research Training Grant. University of Western ($12,000).
1999-2002 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Doctoral Fellowship ($48,000).

1998/99      Graduate Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan ($15,000).

1992/3       Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council Undergraduate Research Grants ($4,000/yr).

Awards and Prizes
2009     University of Saskatchewan Student Union Teaching Award of Excellence.

2005       University of Saskatchewan Graduate Thesis Award in the Professional and Applied Social
           Sciences ($500).

2004       University of Saskatchewan Student Union Women‟s Centre Award.

1998       Soroptimists Fellowship Award ($3,000).

1997       Canadian Society for Studies in Education / Statistics Canada Prize for Excellence in Educational
           Research ($500).

                                                 PUBLICATIONS

Published - Refereed Papers

2011 Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue
     Tatemichi, Anna Towers & Andrea Tilley. Breast cancer survivorship & work disability. Journal of
     Disability Policy Studies. Full text available at http://dps.sagepub.com/content/early/recent as doi:
     10.1177/1044207310394439

2010 Curtis Fogel, Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Qianru She. Ethical issues of socio-historical
     archival research: A short skit. Research Ethics Review. 6 (3). 90-93.

2010     Elizabeth Quinlan, Joanne Horsley, Allyson Clarke. From outrage to action: Countering the
         institutional response to sexualized violence on university campuses. Canadian Women‟s Studies
         Journal. 28 (1). 46-55.

2010     Andrea Quinlan, Curtis Fogel, Elizabeth Quinlan. DNA analysis in Canadian legal cases of sexual
         assault: Friend of foe? Canadian Women‟s Studies Journal. 28 (1). 98-107.
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2010   Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. Modeling dimensions of „the social‟ in knowledge teams:
       An operationalization of Habermas‟s theory of communicative action. Sociological Research
       Online, 15 (3). 11 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/15/3/11.html

2010 Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. 2010. Mutual understanding within multi-disciplinary
     primary health care teams. The Journal of Inter-Professional Care, 24 (5). 565–578.

2010   Elizabeth Quinlan. New action research techniques: Using participatory theatre with health care
       workers. Action Research, 8 (2). 117-133.

2010   Elizabeth Quinlan & Andrea Quinlan. Representations of rape: Transcending methodological
       divides. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 4 (2). 127-143.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue
       Tatemichi, Anna Towers & Andrea Tilley. The impact of breast cancer among Canadian women:
       Disability and productivity. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 34 (3).
       285-296.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan. The actualities of knowledge work: An institutional ethnography of multi-
       disciplinary primary health care teams. Sociology of Health and Illness, 31 (5). pp. 625-641.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. Breaking the 4th wall: Using participatory theatre to
       investigate and foster hope among family caregivers of people with dementia. International Journal
       of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-Being, 4 (4). 207-219.

2009   Roanne Thomas-MacLean, R.L., Anna Towers, Elizabeth Quinlan, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Bo
       Miedema, Andrea Tilley, & Paul Graham (2009). “This is a kind of betrayal”: A qualitative study of
       disability after breast cancer. Current Oncology, 16 (3), 26-32.

2008   Elizabeth Quinlan. Conspicuous invisibility: Shadowing as a data collection strategy. Qualitative
       Inquiry, 14 (8). pp. 1480-1499.

2008   Elizabeth Quinlan. Women‟s job-related training in Canada: Returns to human capital investments.
       International Journal of Lifelong Education, 27 (1) pp. 71-92.

2006 Elizabeth Quinlan. Training in the gendered labour market: New realities, requirements, and
     rewards for Canadian women. Atlantis: A Women‟s Studies Journal, 31 (1) pp. 3-16.

2003 Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan, & Beverly Dent. Shit, stress, and sacrifice: The lived
     experiences of women's cross-generational care-giving. Atlantis: A Women‟s Studies Journal, 27
     (2) pp. 57-63.

1997 Elizabeth Quinlan. Mathematics and engineering programs in Canadian universities. Education
     Quarterly Review, 4 (4) pp. 49-50.

Forthcoming - Refereed Papers
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2011   Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. The communicative power of nurse practitioners in multi-
       disciplinary primary health care teams. Journal of American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
       (accepted Jan 2011).

Submitted – Refereed Papers

Published -- Books
2010 Quinlan, Elizabeth. Gendered determinants of job-related training participation in Canada.
       Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Published - Chapters in Books
2010 Elizabeth Quinlan & Qianru She. Women still denied equality in the workplace. In Trish Hennessy
       & Ed Finn (Eds.), Speaking Truth to Power: A Reader on Canadian Women‟s Inequality. Ottawa:
       Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, pp. 69-76.

2010 Glenis Joyce & Elizabeth Quinlan. Offside: Hockey and gender equity at the University of
     Saskatchewan. In Janice Newson & Claire Polster (Eds.), Academic Callings: The University
     We Have Had, Now Have and Could Have. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. pp. 234-242.

2008   Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. The emerging public health system in Canada. In Harley
       Dickinson and Bolaria Singh. (Eds.), Health, Illness, and Health Care in Canada, 4th edition.
       Toronto: Harcourt. pp. 42-55.

2003   Larry Haiven & Elizabeth Quinlan. Training and re-training health workers amid health care
       restructuring, downsizing, and rationalization: The case of health care aides, in Marjorie Cohen.
       (Ed.), Training the excluded for work: Access and equity for women, immigrants, First Nations,
       youth and people with low income. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Book Reviews
2010 Elizabeth Quinlan. Review of Ariel Ducey‟s „Never good enough: Health care workers and the false
      promise of job training‟. Global Labour Journal, 1 (2). 298-300.

2005 Elizabeth Quinlan. Review of „B. Grzetic‟s „Women fishes these days.‟ Canadian Review of
     Sociology and Anthropology On-Line Book Reviews.

Other Publications
2010 Andrea Quinlan & Elizabeth Quinlan. Watch out for the watchers. Star Phoenix. Aug 18.

2007 Virginia Hamilton & Elizabeth Quinlan. Review of the evaluation of Ottawa‟s drug treatment court
     program. Ottawa Rideauwood Addiction Family Service.

2007 Elizabeth Quinlan. The role of the NP in Saskatchewan‟s new multi-disciplinary primary health
     care teams. The Nurse Practitioner. Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association.

2005 Elizabeth Quinlan. Additional hours law - A gender-friendly policy. Star Phoenix.
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1999   Elizabeth Quinlan. Saskatchewan‟s new provincial training allowance. Saskatchewan Labour
       Force Development Board.

1997   Elizabeth Quinlan. Saskatchewan‟s training strategy. Briarpatch 20 (6).

Video
2008 Bill Nixon, (producer), Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan, (content specialists). Hope in
      action. Video 18 min. Saskatoon, SK: University of Saskatchewan Education Media Access
      Program. Funded by the Saskatchewan Alzheimer‟s Society.

                      CONFERENCE PAPERS, POSTERS, AND PRESENTATIONS

2010 Elizabeth Quinlan, The Coordination of Knowledge Work in Saskatchewan‟s New Multi-
     Disciplinary Health Care Teams. Challenges for Work and Workers in a Knowledge Economy.
     Oct 29-31st Halifax, NS. p. 29.

2010   Elizabeth Quinlan, Time-Honoured Tools and Contemporary Challenges: Working with Special
       Care Aides to Address Workplace Bullying. New Voices in Labour. Oct 15-16th, Toronto, ON.

2010   Curtis Fogel, Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Qianru, She. Ethical Issues of Socio-Historical
       Archival Research: An Imagined Conversation. Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference.
       June 7-9, Saskatoon, SK, p. 15. (unrevised program)

2009   Paul Spriggs, Rita Hamoline, Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-Maclean, Susan Robertson,
       Kent Kowalski. Moving Words: Women with Arm Problems Related to Breast Cancer Journal Their
       Experiences of a Yoga Pilot Project. Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference. June 7-9,
       Saskatoon, SK, p. 32.

2010   Elizabeth Quinlan. Using Image Theatre in the Post-Secondary Classroom to Teach Social Theory
       about Disability. Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed, June 4-5, Austin, TX, p. 23.

2010   Elizabeth Quinlan. Theatre as a Tool for Sociological Research: Investigating and addressing
       social problems through participatory theatre. The Qualitative Analysis Conference. May 14,
       Brantford, ON. p. 77.

2009    Elizabeth Quinlan and Lukin Robinson. Today‟s Crisis and the Great Depression: Differences,
       Similarities and What They Imply. The Society for Socialist Studies. May 29, Ottawa, ON.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema,
       Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers, Surviving Breast Cancer: Yoga, Drama, and Spouses.
       Saskatchewan Breast Cancer Network . Dec 4, 2009. Saskatoon, SK.

2009   Rita Hamoline, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas F. Hack, Winkle Kwan, Bo Miedema, Elizabeth
       Quinlan, Paul Spriggs, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers. Negotiating Leisure: Breast
       Cancer, Arm Morbidity, and Adaptations. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology
       Conference, April 1-4, 2009, Vancouver, BC, p. 86.
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2009   Paul Spriggs, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Rita Hamoline. Stretching the
       boundaries of Health Care: Yoga as a Treatment Option for Arm Morbidity after Breast Cancer?
       Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference , April 1-4, 2009, Vancouver, BC,
       p. 105.

2009   Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Curtis Fogel. DNA Analysis in Canadian Legal Cases of
       Sexual Assault: Friend of Foe? Sexual Assault Law, Practice & Activism in a Post-Jane Doe Era.
       University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, March 6-7, Ottawa, ON.

2009 Elizabeth Quinlan, Joanne Horsley, Allyson Clarke. From Outrage to Action: Countering the
     Institutional Response to Sexualized Violence on University Campuses. Sexual Assault Law,
     Practice & Activism in a Post-Jane Doe Era. University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, March 6-7,
     Ottawa, ON

2009 Elizabeth Quinlan. The Coming Depression: Implications for Graduate Students. Panel Member.
     Shaping the Social World. Graduate Students Conference. Department of Sociology, University of
     Saskatchewan, Feb 28. Saskatoon, SK.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue
     Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers. Breast Cancer Survivorship in Canada: Arm Morbidity and
     Productivity. 8th Annual SK Cancer Research Day. Dec 5, Saskatoon, SK.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. Putting Hope into Action. Alzheimer's Society Annual
     Provincial Conference. Sept 30 – Oct 1. Regina, SK.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. Knowledge Boundary-Spanners: The Role of the NP in
     Saskatchewan‟s Multi-Disciplinary Health Care Teams. 5th International Council of Nurses
     International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network, Sept 17-20, Toronto, ON,
     p. 32.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. Using Participatory Theatre to Investigate and Foster
     Hope among Informal Caregivers. Innovations in Qualitative Research, June 3-4, Saskatoon, SK,
     p. 12.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan, Andrea Quinlan & Curtis Fogel. Researching the Use of DNA in Cases of
     Sexual Assault: A Conversation between Three Theorists. Innovations in Qualitative Research,
     June 3-4, Saskatoon, SK, p. 17.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan. Mobilizing Imaginative Capacities with Continuing Care Assistants: Using
     Participatory Action Theatre to Address Workplace Bullying. Pedagogy and Theatre of the
     Oppressed, May 22-25, Omaha, NE, p. 23.

2008 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Alana Ferguson, Elizabeth Quinlan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi,
     Anna Towers, Thomas Hack, Andrea Tilley, & Winkle Kwan. Negotiating Embodiment and
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       Ethnodrama: A Pilot Project on Disability after Breast Cancer. Canadian Association of
       Psychosocial Oncology Conference, May 7-9, 2008, Halifax, NS.

2008 Thomas Hack, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Winkle Kwan, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Andrea
     Tilley, Sue Tatemichi, & Elizabeth Quinlan. Predictors of Pain, Functional Disability, Range of
     Motion and Lymphedema following Breast Cancer Surgery. Canadian Association of Psychosocial
     Oncology Conference, May 7-9, 2008, Halifax, NS, p. 50.

2008 Baukje Miedema, Anna Towers, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Tom Hack, Andrea Tilley, Winkle
     Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, & Elizabeth Quinlan. Returning to Work 6-12 Months Post Breast Cancer
     Surgery: Who Does and Who Does not and Why? Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology
     Conference, May 7-9, 2008, Halifax, NS, p. 51.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue
     Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers. Productivity after Breast Cancer: Examining the Impact of
     Arm Morbidity Disability. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference, May 7-9,
     Halifax, NS, pp. 51-52.

2007 Elizabeth Quinlan. New Avenues for Participatory Action Research: Using Theatre as a Tool for
     Social Change. 8th Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference, September 21-24, Banff, AB.,
     p. 67.

2007 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Trina Evitts, Paul Graham, Jennifer Kuzmicz, Elizabeth Quinlan,
     Vivian Ramsden & Gill White. Knowledge Translation and New Tools for Qualitative Health
     Research. 8th Advances in Qualitative Methods, September 21-24, Banff, AB., p. 61.

2007   Andrea Quinlan & Elizabeth Quinlan. Bridging the Qual/Quant Divide: Analyzing the Lived
       Experience Captured by the Rape Kit. Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting,
       Saskatoon, SK.

2006 Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. Using Institutional Ethnography to Explore the
     „Knowledge Work‟ of Saskatchewan‟s New Multi-Disciplinary Health Teams. 12th Annual
     Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB.

2005 Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. The Contribution of Nurse Practitioners to Knowledge
     Management within Primary Health Care Teams. The Canadian Sociology and Anthropology
     Association, London, ON.

2003 Elizabeth Quinlan. Women‟s Job-Related Training: Are We Gaining or Should We Be
     Complaining? Canadian Women‟s Studies Association Conference, Halifax, NS.

2003 Elizabeth Quinlan. Gender and Job-Related Training in Canada. The Canadian Association for
     Studies in Adult Education Conference, Halifax, NS.

2003   Elizabeth Quinlan. Women Hitching the Gravy Train from the Training Track. 11th Annual
       Changing the Climate Conference, Saskatoon, SK.
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2003 Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan & Beverly Dent. Reflections on the Collaborative Production of
     „Shit, Stress, and Sacrifice‟. 11th Annual Changing the Climate Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

2003 Elizabeth Quinlan. You Say Potāto, I say Potăto; You Say Qualitative, I Say Quantitative. 16th
     Annual Conference on Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies, Athens, GA.

2003 Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan & Beverly Dent. Women, Worrying and Whining: A Workshop
     in Autoethnographic Writing. 16th Annual Conference on Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies,
     Athens, GA.

2001   Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan & Beverly Dent. Shit, Stress and Sacrifice: Diapering my
       Mother, Consoling my Daughter, and Birthing my Grandchild. The Lived Environment of Girls and
       Women Conference. Saskatoon, SK.

2000   Elizabeth Quinlan. The Effect of the Restructuring of the Canadian Labour Market on Job-Related
       Training Participation. College of Education Mini-Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

2000   Adrian Blunt & Elizabeth Quinlan. Barriers to Participation in Adult Education and Training: An
       Exploratory Application of AETS Data. 5th Annual Western Region Network on Education &
       Training Conference. Vancouver, BC.

2000   Larry Haiven & Elizabeth Quinlan. Training and Retraining Health Care Workers mid Health
       Care Restructuring, Downsizing and Rationalization. 4th Annual Labour Education & Training
       Research Network Conference. Vancouver, BC.

2000   Elizabeth Quinlan. Post-Devolution Training in Saskatchewan. 4th Annual Labour Education &
       Training Research Network Fourth Annual Conference. Vancouver, BC.

2000   Elizabeth Quinlan. Towards a New Theory of Gender Inequities in Labour Market Outcomes
       of Education. 4th Annual Western Region Network on Education & Training Conference,
       Vancouver, BC.

1997   Elizabeth Quinlan. Women in Graduate Mathematics Programs. History and Philosophy of
       Science and Science Teaching Conference. Calgary, AB.

1997   Elizabeth Quinlan. Women in Graduate Mathematics Programs. Canadian Society for Studies
       in Education Annual Meeting. St. John‟s, NFLD.

1996   Elizabeth Quinlan. Gila Hanna. Statistical Analysis of Current Enrolments of Females in
       Mathematics in Canada. 8th International Congress on Mathematics Education, Seville, Spain.

Posters
2010 Elizabeth Quinlan. Addressing Workplace Bullying using Participatory Theatre with Continuing
        Care Assistant. Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference. June 7-9, Saskatoon, SK, p. 49.
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2010   Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas Hack; Winkle Kwan; Baukje Miedema; Sue
       Tatemichi; Andrea Tilley; Anna Towers; Paul Spriggs. Latent Growth Curve Modeling: Breast
       Cancer Survivorship and Beyond. NAPCRG 2009 37th Annual Meeting, Nov 14-17, Montreal, P.Q.
       p. 41.

2009 Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan. Hope Among Family Caregivers of People with Dementia.
     Alzheimer's Society Annual Provincial Conference. Sept 29. Saskatoon, SK.

2009   Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Paul Graham, Anna Towers, Winkle Kwan, Thomas F. Hack, Baukje
       Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley. Examining the Potential Role for
       Primary Care Professionals in Information Brokering for Women with Arm Morbidity after
       Breast Cancer. The Second Meeting of the International Primary Care and Cancer Research Group,
       April 23-24 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark, Abstract #27.

2009   Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Rita Hamoline, Paul Graham, Anna Towers, Winkle Kwan, Thomas F.
       Hack, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley. Recurring Pain and Arm
       Morbidity for Women Following Breast Cancer: qualitative Results from a Canadian Study. The
       Second Meeting of the International Primary Care and Cancer Research Group, April 23-24 2009,
       Copenhagen, Denmark, Abstract # 41.

2008 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Thomas F. Hack,
     Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Rhona Shaw & Paul Graham. Disability after Breast
     Cancer: Exploring Qualitative Data. Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance‟s Reasons for
     Hope Conference. April 25-27, Vancouver, British Columbia, p. 212.

2008 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuzmicz, Gill White,
     Alana Ferguson. Modelling Mentorship: Launching Phase 2 with Primary Care Physicians in
     Saskatchewan presented at the 8th Western Canadian Departments of Family Medicine Research
     Conference, May 30, Saskatoon, SK.

2008 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden, Jennifer Kuzmicz, Gill White,
     Alana Ferguson. Mapping Mentorship: Creating a Model for Primary Health Care Physicians.
     NAPCRG 2008 36th Annual Meeting, November 15-19, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, p 214.

2008 Paul Spriggs, Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Alana Ferguson, Vivian Ramsden,
     Jennifer Kuzmicz & Gill White Mentorship in Medicine: Revisiting the Boundaries of Survey
     Design. 9th Advances in Qualitative Methods, Oct 8-11, Banff Alberta, p. 49.

2008 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan, Thomas F. Hack,
     Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Rhona Shaw & Paul Graham. Disability after Breast
     Cancer: Exploring Qualitative Data. Canadian Breast Cancer Research Alliance‟s Reasons for
     Hope Conference, April 25-27, Vancouver, British Columbia, p. 212.

2008 Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Productivity at Work Following Breast Cancer.
     15th Annual Life & Health Sciences Research Conference, University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon,
     SK p. 48.
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2008 Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan et al. Primary Health Care: Mentoring in
     Saskatchewan. 15th Annual Life & Health Sciences Research Conference, University of
     Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK pp. 48-49.

2007 Alana Ferguson, Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Disseminating Through Drama:
     A Project on Arm Problems After Breast Cancer. 7th Annual Saskatchewan Cancer Research Day:
     The Changing Face of Cancer Research, Saskatoon, SK p. 26.

2007 Elizabeth Quinlan. New Horizons in Knowledge Translation: Engaging Hearts and Minds through
     Ethno-drama. Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care:
     Alumni Knowledge Translation Symposium, King City, ON.

2006 Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. The Knowledge Work of Multi-Disciplinary Primary
     Health Care Teams: Do Nurses Manage Knowledge? North American Primary Care Research
     Group (NAPCRG) 34th Annual Meeting, Tucson AZ.

2006 Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. How Do Policy-Makers Manage Knowledge? The Effects
     of Codified and Personalized Strategies on Health Board Decision-Making. Canadian Health
     Services and Policy Research Conference, Vancouver, BC.

2005 Elizabeth Quinlan, Harley Dickinson & Carole Estabrooks. How Do Nurses Manage Knowledge?
     The Effects of Codified and Personalized Strategies on Health Outcomes. North American Primary
     Care Research Group (NAPCRG) 33rd Annual Meeting, Quebec City, PQ.

Invited Lectures
2008 Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. Mathematizing Knowledge Exchange within Multi
       Disciplinary Knowledge Teams. COSEP Presentation. Department of Sociology, University of
       Calgary. March 5.

2007   Elizabeth Quinlan. Multi-disciplinary Health Care Teams as Self-Organizing Knowledge
       Networks. Sociology Graduate Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan. Jan 27.

2006   Elizabeth Quinlan & Roanne Thomas-MacLean. Principles of Poster Presentations. Sociology
       Graduate Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan.

2000   Elizabeth Quinlan. Training in Saskatchewan‟s „New‟ Economy. Women's and Gender Studies
       Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan.

Invited Presentations and Consultations
2010 Jennifer Poudrier, Elizabeth Quinlan, & Joelena Leader. Laboratory Light and Laboratory Life:
       An Ethnographic Study of the Canadian Light Source. Canadian Light Source, Saskatoon, SK.
       April 26.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan. Submission to the Review of Labour Standards in the Canada Labour Code.
       Assistant Deputy Minister of Labour, Scott Streiner, Gatineau, Quebec.
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2009   Elizabeth Quinlan. Obtaining an Interdisciplinary Graduate Degree: A Political Activity.
       Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Seminar Series. Feb 24.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson. What does Professionalism Mean in the Context of the
       Voluntary Sector? Community Forum on Literacy: Measuring the Impact of 30 years of literacy
       service delivery. Feb 6.

2008   Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. Hope in Action Workshop for Support Group Facilitators.
       Alzheimer‟s Society Annual Conference, Regina, SK. Oct 1.

2008   Elizabeth Quinlan & Robert Roy. Neutralizing Bullying in the Workplace through Theatre.
       Occupational Health & Safety Conference, Saskatchewan Federation of Labour. Regina, SK.
       Sept 7.

2008   Wendy Duggleby & Elizabeth Quinlan. Caring for Persons with Dementia: Enhancing Hope
       and Quality of Life. College of Medicine Integrative Health Seminar Series. University of
       Saskatchewan. June 10.

2008   Susan Robertson & Elizabeth Quinlan. Literacy Provision as a Social Profession: Preliminary
       Results of Literature Review. READ Saskatoon Executive Staff. Feb 6 and Nov 28.

2008   Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. Ethno-drama and Hope. College of Nursing Graduate
       Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan. Jan 14.

2006   Elizabeth Quinlan et al. Mapping the Future of Policy-Relevant Primary Healthcare Research in
       Canada. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation – Elisabeth Bruyere Research Institute.
       Invitational Western Regional Meeting. Calgary, AB.

2006   Elizabeth Quinlan. On the Road to Somewhere. North American Primary Care Research Group
       (NAPCRG) 34th Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ.

2006   Elizabeth Quinlan et al. Knowledge Translation Focus Group. Saskatchewan Health Research
       Foundation. Saskatoon, SK.

2006   Elizabeth Quinlan & Michael MacGregor. Bullying and Mental Health in Academic Workplaces:
       The problem and the solution. Network Meeting for Researchers and Workplace Partners, Canadian
       Institutes of Health Research. Ottawa, ON.

2005   Elizabeth Quinlan. Gendering the Provincial Budget. Citizens‟ Based Commission. Canadian
       Centre for Policy Alternatives. Saskatoon, SK.

2005   Elizabeth Quinlan. Future Directions for Saskatchewan‟s Status of Women Office. Associate
       Deputy Minister of Labour, William Craik. Saskatoon, SK.
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2005   Elizabeth Quinlan. Women‟s Equal Labour Market Participation: The Impact of Good Policy.
       Federal Labour Standards Review Commission, Saskatoon, SK.

2005   Elizabeth Quinlan. Saskatchewan‟s Additional Hours Legislation: The Economic Rationale.
       Additional Hours Legislation Consultation Committee, Saskatoon, SK.

2005   Elizabeth Quinlan. The Effect of Recent Labour Market Trends on Women‟s Labour Market
       Participation. Pearson Commission on Vulnerable Workers, Saskatoon, SK.

Radio Interviews
2009 CBC Radio One. The Morning Edition. Using Participatory Theatre to address Workplace
       Bullying. (July 14)

2008   CBC Radio One. The Afternoon Edition. Hope Among Family Caregivers of People with
       Dementia. (October 1)

                            TEACHING AND RELATED EXPERIENCE

2011   Applied Quantitative Research in Sociology, SOC 325.3. Third-year, one-term, course developed and
       delivered. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2010   Globalization and the Social Inequality of Health. College Scholar Program. Spring & summer
       session with individual student. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2009   Medical Sociology, SOC 420/820.3. Upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level, one-term, course
       developed and delivered. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2008- Advanced Methodologies, SOC 841.6. Graduate-level, two-term, course delivered. Qualitative and
      quantitative methods for sociological research. Department of Sociology, University of
      Saskatchewan.

2007- Methods of Social Research, SOC 232.3. Second-year, one-term course developed and delivered.
      Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2006- Social Inequality and Health, SOC398.3. Third-year, one-term, course developed and delivered.
      Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2000   Gender, Work and Society, WGST 205.3. Second-year, one-term, course developed and delivered.
       Women‟s and Gender Studies, University of Saskatchewan.

Additional Instructional Activities
2010 Elizabeth Quinlan. Workplace Bullying among Continuing Care Assistants. Guest Lecture,
       Occupational Health and Safety 384. College of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan. Mar 15.

2009   Elizabeth Quinlan. Embodied Learning. Guest Lecture, Education Foundations 990. College of
       Education, University of Saskatchewan. Oct 19.
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2008   Elizabeth Quinlan. The Pedagogical Power of Image Theatre. Guest Lecture, Education
       Foundations 101. College of Education, University of Saskatchewan. Oct 15.

2007   Elizabeth Quinlan. Workplace Bullying as a Dimension of Health. Guest Lecture, Sociology
       238.3, University of Saskatchewan. Oct 23.

Post-Graduate and Graduate Student Supervision
Doctoral Student Co-Supervisor, Paul Spriggs: “Beyond the male image: Using photo elicitation to explore
      men's experiences with testicular cancer.” Department of Sociology, U of S.

Post-Doctoral Fellow Advisory Committee, Rhona Shaw: “Determining the arm morbidity information
      needs and preferences of breast cancer clinicians.” Department of Sociology, U of S.

Doctoral Student Supervisory Committee, Rita Hamoline: “A phenomenological exploration of primary
      care physicians and their work.” Department of Sociology, U of S.

Special Case PhD Student Supervisory Committee, Barb Wotherspoon, “A Transformative Vision of
       Teacher Education”. Department of Educational Foundations, U of S.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee, Lori Senkus: “Ruling Relations In (In)dependent Living: Bridging
      the gap between service providers and users”. Department of Sociology, U of S.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee, Successfully Defended and Completed. Natasha Matthews:
      “Everybody „loses‟: conceptions of obesity in weight-based programming Department of Sociology,
      U of S.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee, Successfully Defended and Completed. Alana Ferguson: “The
      Drama behind Ethno-drama: Using Theatre as a Dissemination Tool for Health Research”.
      Department of Sociology, U of S.

Masters Student Supervisory Committee, Successfully Defended and Completed. Yvonne Hanson:
      “Transformative Learning & Localized Food: Ingredients of Knowledge Creation & Resistance”.
      Department of Educational Foundations, U of S.

College Instruction
1995- Mathematics Educator: Adult Basic Education, Apprenticeship Training, Bridging and
2003 Pre-Employment Programs. Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology.

1994   Mathematics, Computer, and Upgrading Programs. Seneca College.

                                        ACADEMIC SERVICE

Manuscript Reviews
2010 Journal of Psycho-Oncology
2010 Health Affairs
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2009   Journal of Mixed Methods Research
2007   Atlantis: A Women‟s Studies Journal
2006   The Journal of Industrial Relations

Grant Application Reviews
2010 University of Saskatchewan Internal Review for Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation
      applications.
2008 Ontario Mental Health Foundation.
2008 University of Saskatchewan, College of Graduate Studies and Research Awards Committee for
      SSHRC Graduate Fellowships.

Poster Presentation Reviews
2009 College of Arts and Science Poster Presentations.

University Committee Membership
2010- Assessment Experts Group,
      Office of Institutional Planning and Assessment, University of Saskatchewan.

2009- Gerontology Course Development Committee,
      College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan.

2008- Interpretative Studies in Health Program Development Committee,
      College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan.

2008- Research Ethics Committee, Chair,
      Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2008- Library Committee,
      Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2008- Conference Organizing Committee,
      Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference, University of Saskatchewan.

2006-7 Graduate Seminar Committee,
       Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2006- Social Research Unit Committee,
      Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.

2002   Conference Organizing Committee,
       10th Annual „Changing the Climate‟ Conference, University of Saskatchewan.

1992   Affirmative Action Committee for Women in Mathematics,
       Department of Mathematics, University of Saskatchewan.

1991-3 President‟s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women,
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       University of Saskatchewan.

Workshop Facilitator
2010 Performative Ethnography: Moving our minds into our bodies. Innovations in Qualitative Research
      Conference. June 7-9, Saskatoon, SK

Discussant
2007 Sociological Analyses of Health Care Reform in Canada. Canadian Sociological Association
       Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, SK.

Organizer and/or Chair
2009 Innovations in Sociological Research. Canadian Sociological Assoc. Annual Meeting, Ottawa, ON.
2007 Toward a Sociology of Cancer. Canadian Sociological Assoc. Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, SK.

                                      EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

PDF    Canadian Institutes for Health Research. (2005-2008) Workplace Organization and the Knowledge
       Management Strategies of Service Providers. University of Saskatchewan.

PhD    Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Saskatchewan (Degree conferred 2004). Dissertation:
       Gendered Determinants of Job-related Training Participation in Canada. Specializations:
       sociology, education, women‟s studies.

MA     Curriculum Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education / University of Toronto (Degree
       conferred 1997). Thesis: Women‟s Participation in Canadian University Mathematics Programs.

BSc    Mathematics, University of Saskatchewan (Honours Degree conferred 1993).

CIHR-funded Strategic Training Programs
2005-6 Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care
       TUTOR-PHC) Program, University of Western Ontario, McMaster University,
       Dalhousie University, and Université de Montréal. (May 2005 – May 2006).
       Symposium and On-Line Workshops: Interdisciplinary research teams; Mixed methods research;
       Grant generation; Research measures for assessment and evaluation.

2005   Rural and Remote Health Research: Rhetoric and Reality. Memorial University and Dalhousie
       University, Atlantic Region Training Centre. (June 2005)
       Workshops on interdisciplinary research in applied health services and population and public health.

Professional Development Activities
2009 Master Class. 4-day intensive training in Theatre/Pedagogy of the Oppressed Techniques. Mixed
       Theatre Co., Toronto, ON.

2008   Summer Programme in Data Analysis - hierarchical modeling and latent growth curve modeling).
       8-day intensive SSHRC – Statistics Canada program. York University.
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2008     Theatre for Living. 6-day intensive training in Theatre/Pedagogy of the Oppressed Techniques.
         Headlines Theatre, Vancouver, B.C.

                                       PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

20010-11     Canadian Sociology Association.

2005-9       North American Primary Care Research Group.

2004-9       Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association / Canadian Sociological Association.

1995-2001 Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women.

                                       COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENTS

2010         Community-University Institute for Social Research. Board Member.

1997-06      Women‟s Reference Group. Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board.
             Representative of Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women.

2005-        Western Region Network of Western Network of Campus-based Women Centres.
             Founding member.

2003-05      Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CASA-U of S). University of Saskatchewan.
             Founding member.

1999-2000 Committee for a Saskatoon Abbeyfield.
          Founding member.

1998-2000 Saskatchewan Health Coalition.
          Member.

                                                  REFERENCES

         Dr. Roanne Thomas-MacLean,                     Dr. Wendy Duggleby,
                Department of Sociology,                        Chair in Aging and Quality of Life,
                University of Saskatchewan,                     Faculty of Nursing, University of
                Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5A5                          Alberta,
         Email: roanne.thomas@usask.ca                          Edmonton, AB, T6G 2G3
         Phone: (306) 966-1489; Fax: (306) 966-6950.    Email: wendy.duggleby@ualberta.ca
                                                        Phone: (780) 492-8660.
                                               Dr. Dianne Miller,
                                Acting Associate Dean, College of Education,
                             University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0X1
                                        Email: dianne.miller@usask.ca
                                 Phone: (306) 966-7724; Fax: (306) 966-7549.
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