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Recent Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
- Brownridge, D., Taillieu, T., Urquia, M., Lysova, A., Kelly, C., Chan, Ko Ling & Santos, S. (accepted). Intimate Partner Violence among Persons with Mental Health-Related Disabilities in Canada. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
- Kelly, C., Jamal, A., Aubrecht, K. & Grenier, A. (2020). Emergent issues in directly-funded care: Canadian perspectives. Journal of Aging & Social Policy.
- Etherington, N., Rodrigues, I.B., Giangregorio, L., Graham, I., Hoens, A.M., Kasperavicius, D., Kelly, C., Moore, J.E., Ponzano, M., Presseau, J., Sibley, K.M., & Straus, S. (2020) Applying an intersectionality lens to the Theoretical Domains Framework: A tool for thinking about how intersecting social identities and structures of power influence behavior. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 20 (169). Open access.
- Stirling, M., Linton, J., Ouellette-Kuntz, H., Shooshtari, S., Hallet, J., Kelly, C., Dawe, D., Kristjanson, M., Decker, K., & Mahar, A. (2019). A scoping review protocol documenting cancer outcomes and inequalities for adults living with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. BMJ Open. 9 (11).
- Dansereau, L., Hande, M.J. & Kelly, C. (2019). Establishing a crown agency amid multiple service providers: Self-Directed Personal Support Services Ontario (SDPSSO). Health Reform Observer – Observatoire des Réformes de Santé. 7(1).
- FitzGerald Murphy, M. & Kelly, C. (2019). Questioning ‘choice’: A multinational metasynthesis of research on directly-funded home care programs for older people. Health and Social Care in the Community. 27 (3): 37-56.
- Kelly, C. (2018). A future for disability: Perceptions of disabled youth and nonprofit organizations. Social Theory & Health.16 (1), 44-59. Online first: 27 July 2017.
- Kelly, C. (2017). Exploring experiences of Personal Support Worker education in Ontario, Canada. Health and Social Care in the Community.25(4): 1430-1438.
- Kelly, C. (2017). Care and violence through the lens of Personal Support Workers. International Journal of Care and Caring, 1(1): 97-113.
- Kelly, C. & Bourgeault, I.L. (2015). The Personal Support Worker Program Standard in Ontario: An alternative to self-regulation? Healthcare Policy, 11(2): 20-26.
- Hande, M.J. and Kelly, C. (2015).Organizing survival and resistance in austere times: Shifting disability activism and care politics in Ontario, Canada. Disability & Society, 30(7), 961-975.
- Kelly, C. & Bourgeault, I.L. (2015). Developing a common education standard for personal support workers in Ontario. Health Reform Observer – Observatoire des Réformes de Santé, 3(1). Available: https://escarpmentpress.org/hro-ors/article/view/169.
- Kelly, C. & Chapman, C. (2015). Adversarial allies: Care, harm, and resistance in the helping professions. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 26(2), 46-66.
- Kelly, C. (2014). Re/Moving care from the Ontario Direct Funding program: Altering conversations among disability and feminist scholars. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, 21(1), 124-147.
- Kelly, C. (2013). Building bridges with accessible care: Disability Studies, feminist care scholarship and beyond. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, 28(4), 784-800.
- Kelly, C. (2013). Towards renewed descriptions of Canadian disability movements: Disability activism outside of the non-profit sector. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 2(1), 1-27. Available: http://cjds.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/cjds/article/view/68.
- Kelly, C. & Carson, E. (2012). The Youth Activist Forum: Forging a rare, disability-positive space that empowers youth. Journal of Youth Studies, 15(8), 1089-1106.
- Aubrecht, K., Kelly, C. & Rice, C. (Editors; 2020). The Aging—Disability Nexus. Disability Culture and Politics series. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
- Kelly, C. & Orsini, M. (Editors; 2016). Mobilizing Metaphor: Art, Culture and Disability Activism in Canada. Disability Culture and Politics series. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
- Kelly, C. (2016). Disability Politics and Care: The Challenge of Direct Funding. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.