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Exploring How Racism Structures Canadian Physical Therapy Programs: Counter-Stories From Racialized Students
The authors of this study conducted in-depth interviews with racialized students or recent graduates of Master’s-level..
Agency Restored, Dignity Preserved: Lessons Learned as an Art Historian About Enhancing Quality of Life for People With Dementia
“What started as a narrowly-focused mission to welcome people with dementia … into our museum for..
Profiles in Professionalism With Beth Skidmore
This installment of JHR’s interviews with industry innovators focuses on clinician, researcher, and educator Beth Skidmore,..
Interpreting poems written by renowned poet Ted Kooser in a Nebraskan winter in 1998, his friend..
‘Making Strange’: Exploring the Development of Students’ Capacity in Epistemic Reflexivity
Engaging in epistemic reflexivity, or the ability to question the ways in which we practice, and..
Gathering on the Wrong Side of the Road: Critical Race Scholarship Across the Health Humanities
In a compelling response to our article, "Exploring How Racism Structures Canadian Physical Therapy Programs," Dr...
Harnessing the Power of Language for Healing
Spurred by her recollection of Amanda Gorman’s beautiful poem spoken on the steps of the Capitol..
In an honest case study from his residency year, Corey Nolte shows how “my narrow-minded understanding..
In her stark and direct poem, Kirsten Woodend details the “multitude of indignities” that someone “in..