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Saturday, February 15, 2020

c/o Assoc. Prof. Nazilla Khanlou: Connecting - Hodges' model & Women's Health

From: Nazilla Khanlou
To: peter jones
Sent: Tuesday, 28 January 2020, 23:18:15 GMT
Subject: Re: Connecting - Hodges' model & Women's Health

Hi Peter,

I hope all is well. Yesterday in the PhD level 2 Seminar course that I teach (for PhD in Nursing students) we discussed your publication and 2 by 2 template. Thank you for letting me know about your work!

FYI, these are the readings we discussed yesterday:

Epstein I, Khanlou N, Ermel RE, Sherk M, Simmonds KK, Balaquiao L,& Chang K-Y. (2019). Students who identify with a disability and instructors’ experiences in nursing practice: A scoping review. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction , 1-28, Published online: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-019-00129-7

Hoeck, B., & Delmar, C. (2018). Theoretical development in the context of nursing—The hidden epistemology of nursing theory. Nursing Philosophy, 19(1), e12196. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/nup.12196

Jones, P. (2014). Exploring the dimensions of recovery and user experience. International Journal of Person Centered Medicine, 3(4), 305-311.

Khanlou N, Mustafa N, Vazquez LM, Davidson, & Yoshida K. (2017). Mothering children with developmental disabilities: A critical perspective on health promotion. Health Care for Women International (38)6, 613-634. Available url: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07399332.2017.1296841

Thorne, S., Stephens, J., & Truant, T. (2016). Building qualitative study design using nursing's disciplinary epistemology. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72(2), 451-460.

Two of the readings in the above are related to my publications (1st one I am a co-author on and the 4th one I am the first author on).

The students asked how I came to know about your work, and I indicated one of the advantages of Twitter is you connect with folks related to our field!

Thank you again,

Nazilla Khanlou, RN, PhD
Women's Health Research Chair in Mental Health, Faculty of Health
Academic Lead, Lillian Meighen Wright Foundation Maternal Child Health Scholars Program
Associate Professor, School of Nursing
York University, HNES 3rd floor
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3

E-mail: nkhanlou AT yorku.ca
Twitter: https://twitter.com/YorkUOWHC

Website: http://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/