Recovery and Housing Knowledge
The role of gender in housing for individuals with severe mental illness: A qualitative study of the Canadian service context
Kidd, S., Virdee, G., Krupa, T., Burnham, D., Hemingway, D., Margolin, I., Patterson, M., & Zabkiewicz, D. (2013). BMJ Open, 3:e002914.
Lesbian, gay, and transgender persons with severe mental illness: Negotiating wellness in the context of multiple sources of stigma.
Kidd, S.A., Veltman, A., Gately, C., Chan, K.J., & Cohen, J.N. (2011). American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation,14, 13-39.
Using arts-based research to create research spaces that encourage meaningful dialogue about gender, social inequity, recovery and mental illness.
Krupa, T., Kidd, S., Burnham, D., Hemingway, D., Margolin, I., Patterson, M., and Zabkiewicz, D. (2011). Poster session presented at the CGSM annual Critical Inquiries workshop, Vancouver, BC.
Krupa, T., Kirsh, B., Cockburn, L. and Gewurtz, R. (2009). Work. 33(4), 413-425.
Unifying and elevating rehabilitation counseling through model-driven, diversity sensitive evidence-based practice.
Chan, F., Tarvydas,V., Blalock, K., Strauser, D. and Atkins, B. (2009). Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 52, 114-119.