Gender Equity Research

EMPOWERING WOMEN LEADERS

Selected Presentations:

  • Bourgeault, I.L., Lundine, J. Empowering Women Leaders Toolkit, CHLNet/Leads Canada Webinar Series, March 31, 2020

  • Bourgeault, I.L. (2020) Empowering Women Leaders in Health, A special event for International Women's Day, The Royal, March 5, 2020

  • Bourgeault, I.L. Lawford, K. & Lundine, J. (2019) Empowering Women in Public Health, Health Sciences & Indigenous Health, Canadian Public Health Assn, Ottawa May.

  • Bourgeault, I.L. (2019). Empowering Women Leaders in Health Initiative. Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres, Webinar, February 6.

Key Publications:

  • Bourgeault, I.L., James, Y., Lawford, K., & Lundine, J. (2018) Empowering Women Leaders in Health: A Gap Analysis of the State of Knowledge. Canadian Journal of Physician Leaders, 5(2), 92

  • Lundine, J.,  Bourgeault, I.L., Clark, J., Heidari, S., & Balabanova, D. (2018) The gendered system of academic publishing. The Lancet. Volume 391, No. 10132, p1754–1756, 5 May.

 

SGBA PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH & SAFETY

Supporting an SGBA lens on psychologically healthy workplaces, CIHR Health Policy Partnership, 2017-2020

Selected Presentations:

  • Bourgeault, I.L., Runnels, V., & Atanackovic, J. (2019). Sex, Gender and Psychological Health and Safety, Canadian Public Health Assn., Ottawa, May
  • Bourgeault, I.L. Application of Sex and Gender Lens in Support of Psychologically Healthy Workplaces, Health Canada, October 24, 2018.

Key Publications: 

  • Bartram, M., Atanackovic, J., Runnels, V., Bourgeault, I.-L., Fournier, C., Kovacina, N., Contant, A., MacDonald, L., Porteous, N., & Renaud, A. (2020, in press).
    Applying Gender-Based Analysis Plus to employee assistance programs: A Canadian perspective. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.

GENDER & HEALTH WORKFORCE

Gender, Work and Health Human Resources Chair, CIHR, 2014-2019

On the Move Partnership: Nova Scotia Care Workers On the Move

Selected Presentations: 

  • Bourgeault, I.L. The Future of the Health Workforce: Gender and Technology Considerations. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Semi Plenary Session, Montreal, May 29, 2018
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Jackson, L., Kruisselbrink, A., Barber Gardiner, Pauline., Leiter, Michael., Price, Sheri., Nourpanah, Shiva. The often invisible challenges posed by employment-related geographic mobility: A comparative qualitative study of Nova Scotian health workers. Poster presentation to the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference 2016
  • Bourgeault, I.L. Gendering Health Human Resources Research and Policy, Institute of Gender and Health Research Panel, Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference, May, 2014.

Key Publications

OTHER PUBLICATIONS ON GENDER AND THE PROFESSIONS

  • Bourgeault, I.L., & Khokher, P. (2006) Making a better living from caregiving: comparing strategies to improve wages for care providers. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 43(4) 407-426.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. (2005). Gendered professionalization strategies & the rationalization of health care: midwifery, nurse practitioners, and hospital nurse staffing in Ontario, Canada. Knowledge, Work and Society, 3(1), 25-52.
  • Adams, T., & Bourgeault, I.L. (2003) Feminism and women’s health professions in Ontario. Women & Health, 38(4), 73-90.
  • Angus, J., & Bourgeault, I.L. (1998/99). Medical dominance, gender and the state: the nurse practitioner initiative in Ontario. Health and Canadian Society, 5(1), 55-81.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. & Angus, J. (1998/99). Pay and human resource management in nursing and medicine: an examination of gendered structural relations between the professions and the state. Health and Canadian Society, 5(1), 83-110.
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