Bonnie Lashewicz
Bonnie Lashewicz
Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary
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Neighbourhood built environment influences on physical activity among adults: A systematized review of qualitative evidence
G Salvo, BM Lashewicz, PK Doyle-Baker, GR McCormack
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (5), 897, 2018
Theorizing resilience: Critiquing and unbounding a marginalizing concept
E Hutcheon, B Lashewicz
Disability & Society 29 (9), 1383-1397, 2014
How are they doing? Listening as fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder compare themselves to fathers of children who are typically developing
S Cheuk, B Lashewicz
Autism 20 (3), 343-352, 2016
Tensions among siblings in parent care
B Lashewicz, N Keating
European Journal of Ageing 6 (2), 127-135, 2009
Support Needs of Fathers of Children with ASD: Individual, Family, Community and Ideological Influences.
K Shave, B Lashewicz
Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities: JARID 29 (6), 495-507, 2015
Who do we think we are? Disrupting notions of quality in qualitative research
J Mitchell, N Boettcher-Sheard, C Duque, B Lashewicz
Qualitative health research 28 (4), 673-680, 2018
Equity matters: Doing fairness in the context of family caregiving
B Lashewicz, G Manning, M Hall, NC Keating
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 26 (1), 91-102, 2007
Preferred features of e-mental health programs for prevention of major depression in male workers: results from a Canadian national survey
JL Wang, RW Lam, K Ho, M Attridge, BM Lashewicz, SB Patten, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (6), e132, 2016
More Than a Pal: The Generative Leisure Work of Fathers Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
J Mitchell, B Lashewicz
Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research & Practice about Men as Fathers 13 (2), 2015
Are individuals with disabilities and their families “resilient”? Deconstructing and recasting a well-intended concept
EJ Hutcheon, B Lashewicz
Journal of social work in disability & rehabilitation 14 (1), 41-60, 2015
Generative fathering: a framework for enriching understandings of fathers raising children who have disability diagnoses
JL Mitchell, B Lashewicz
Journal of Family Studies 25 (2), 184-198, 2019
Quality group home care for adults with developmental disabilities and/or mental health disorders: Yearning for understanding, security and freedom
L Shipton, BM Lashewicz
Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities 30 (5), 946-957, 2017
Home care technology through an ability expectation lens
G Wolbring, B Lashewicz
Journal of medical Internet research 16 (6), e155, 2014
Quirky kids: fathers’ stories of embracing diversity and dismantling expectations for normative play with their children with autism spectrum disorder
J Mitchell, B Lashewicz
Disability & Society 33 (7), 1120-1137, 2018
Understanding and addressing voices of adults with disabilities within their family caregiving contexts: implications for capacity, decision-making and guardianship
B Lashewicz, J Mitchell, E Salami, S Cheuk
Toronto: Law Commission of Ontario, 2014
Drawing the line: A case study of ambivalence in sibling support for adults with complex needs
B Lashewicz, A Lo, L Mooney, H Khan
Issues in mental health nursing 33 (11), 727-734, 2012
Meta-synthesis of fathers’ experiences raising children on the autism spectrum
BM Lashewicz, L Shipton, K Lien
Journal of Intellectual Disabilities 23 (1), 117-131, 2019
The effects of an e-mental health program and job coaching on the risk of major depression and productivity in Canadian male workers: protocol for a randomized controlled trial
JL Wang, SB Patten, RW Lam, M Attridge, K Ho, N Schmitz, A Marchand, ...
JMIR research protocols 5 (4), e218, 2016
From roaring on the hilltop to weeping by the bedside: Protector personas of fathers raising children with autism spectrum disorder
B Lashewicz, S Cheuk, K Shave
Families, Relationships and Societies 5 (2), 299-312, 2016
Men’s work-related stress and mental health: illustrating the workings of masculine role norms
N Boettcher, J Mitchell, B Lashewicz, E Jones, JL Wang, S Gundu, ...
American journal of men's health 13 (2), 1557988319838416, 2019
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