Reproductive Mental Health Knowledge

Research Briefs

Pilot research, development of intersectional approach to grant writing, and submission of a collaborative grant application: Sexual and Reproductive Health of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women

Ussher, J., Perz, J., Ross, L. (2013). Vancouver, BC: Centre for the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health.

Presentations

Documenting Diversity, Translating Knowledge: The Transforming Family Film Project

Pyne, Jake (May, 2013). Critical Inquiries: Engaging Theories and Methodologies for Researching Social Inequities in Mental Health. Vancouver, BC.

Posters

Transgender Parents: Struggles, Strategies and Stories of Transformation

Jake Pyne, May 9th, 2011. Critical Inquiries in Mental Health: Paradigms and Praxis. Centre for the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health, Vancouver, BC.

Presentations

Theoretical approaches to the study of reproductive mental health:A focus on intersectionality

Lori Ross, May 9, 2011. Critical Inquiries in Mental Health: Paradigms and Praxis. Centre for the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health, Vancouver, BC.

Posters

Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Reproductive Mental Health: A Focus on Intersectionality.

Ross, L., Ussher, J., Perz, J., Smith, J., Fugate-Woods, N., and Pyne, J. Poster session presented at the CGSM annual Critical Inquiries workshop, Vancouver, BC.

Journal Articles

Empathy, egalitarianism and emotion work in the relational negotiation of PMS: The experience of lesbian couples.

Ussher, J.M., & Perz, J. (2008). Feminism and Psychology, 18(1) 87-111.

Journal Articles

Demographic Characteristics of Participants in Studies of Risk Factors, Prevention and treatment of post-partum depression.

Ross, L.E., Campbell, V.L.S, Dennis, C & Blackmore, E.R. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry; Oct 2006; 51, 11