Here you will find a list of scholarly and professional publications, including refereed publications (articles in refereed journals, book chapters and books edited), manuscripts (accepted and in press),  peer-reviewed papers presented at meetings and symposia. Also included are links to articles and media coverage of our work.

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SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL WORK

1.     Refereed publications

(i)     Articles in refereed journals

Lindsay, G. & Schwind, J. (2015). Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry as a practice development methodology in mental health. International Practice Development Journal, 5(1) (Article 5; p. 1-12) [http://www.fons.org/library/journal.aspx].

Lindsay, G. & Schwind, J. K. (2014) Arts-informed narrative inquiry into nurse-teachers’ legacy for the next generation. Reflective Practice: International and multidisciplinary perspectives. 1-11 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2014.992405).

Schwind, J.K., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. & Mildon, B. (2014). Opening the black-box of person-centred care: An arts-informed narrative inquiry into mental health education and practice. Nurse Education Today, 34: 1167-1171.

Schwind, J. K., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. & Mildon, B. (2014). Person-centred care in mental health education and practice through arts-informed Narrative Inquiry. International Journal of Whole Person Care, 1(1).

Ives-Baine, L., Lindsay, G., Vander Wel, E., Barker, C., Saini, J. & Cross, N. (2013). Essential engagement: NICU nurses’ relationships within end-of-life care. Illness, Crisis & Loss, 21(4), 297-314.

Lindsay, G., Cross, N., & Ives-Baine, L. (2012). Narratives of NICU Nurses: Experience with end-of-life care. Illness, Crisis & Loss, Theme issue with Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance, 20(3), 239-253.

Longo, F. & Lindsay, G. (2011). Knowing nursing through inquiry: Engaging students in knowledge creation. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(12), 703-705.

Lindsay, G. (2011). Patterns of inquiry: Curriculum as life experience. Nursing Science Quarterly, 23(4), 237-244.

Lindsay, G., Kell, L., Ouellette, J. & Westall, H. (2010). Using “I” in scholarly writing: How does reflecting on experience matter? Reflective Practice, 11(3), 271-283.

Lindsay, G., Jeffrey, J. & Singh, M. (2009). Paradox of a graduate human science curriculum experienced online: A faculty perspective. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 40(4), 181-6.

Lindsay, G. (2008). Thinking narratively: Artificial persons in nursing and healthcare. Nurse Education Today, 28(3), 348-353.

Lindsay, G. (2006). Experiencing nursing education research: Comparing Narrative Inquiry and Interpretive Phenomenology. Nurse Researcher, 13(4), 30 -47.

Lindsay, G. (2006). Constructing a nursing identity: Reflecting on and reconstructing experience. Reflective Practice, 7(1), 59-72.

Lindsay, G. (2006). Reading journals: Recovery and reconstruction of meaning for nursing praxis. Journal of Nursing Education, Syllabus selections: Innovative learning activities, 45(3), 143.

Lindsay, G. in collaboration with J. W. D. Bjarnason. (2005). Pioneers past and present: Curriculum insights from stories that link through generations. McGill Journal of Education: Narrative Perspectives in Education, 40(1), 189-199.

Lindsay, G. (2004). As others see us: How nurses are conceptualized in healthcare reform literature. Canadian Nurse, 100(7), 16-20.

Lindsay, G. & Smith, F. (2003). Narrative inquiry in a nursing practicum. Nursing Inquiry, 10(2), 121-129.

 (ii) Book chapters

Lindsay, G. (2008). Who you are as a person is who you are as a nurse: Construction of identity and knowledge. In From experience to relationships: Reconstructing ourselves in education and healthcare. J. Schwind & G. Lindsay (Eds). (p. 19-36). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

(iii)  Books edited

Schwind, J. & Lindsay, G., (Eds). (2008). From experience to relationships: Reconstructing ourselves in education and healthcare. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

2.     Manuscripts/publications etc. accepted/in press

Lindsay, G., Mior, S., Côté, P., Carroll, L. & Shearer, H. (2015). “It wasn't minor”: How exploring injured persons’ experiences in traffic collisions contributes to clinical practice guideline development. Submitted to the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, April; Accepted for publication, September.

3.     Papers presented at meetings and symposia. (peer-reviewed)

Schwind, J. K. & Lindsay, G. M.  (October 19-21, 2015). ‘No mud, no lily’: Living narratively on the margins of the dominant paradigm. Micro-Oral presentation. 21st Qualitative Health Research Conference. Toronto, ON, Canada.

Lindsay, G. M., & Schwind, J. K. (October 19-21, 2015). Influencing practice development within organizations: Arts-informed Narrative Inquiry. Oral presentation. 21st Qualitative Health Research Conference. Toronto, ON, Canada.

Manankil-Rankin, L., Landeen, J., McKey, C. & Lindsay, G. (2015). Understanding how nurses experience living their values amidst organizational change: A narrative inquiry. Oral presentation at the Qualitative Health Research Conference, University of Alberta International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, Toronto, ON Canada.

Manankil-Rankin, L., Lindsay, G., Landeen, J. & McKey, C. (2015). Moving from field to research text in Narrative Inquiry: Lessons learned. Golden nuggets presentation at the Qualitative Health Research Conference, University of Alberta International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, Toronto, ON Canada.

Lindsay, G. & Schwind, J. (2014). Creative research-informed approaches to teaching qualitative research. The 32nd Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: The Craft of Qualitative Inquiry. Brescia University College, June 24 to 26, 2015. London, ON.

Schwind, J. K., Lindsay, G. M., Manankil-Rankin, L., Suen, E., & Gaudite Porzuczek, V. (June 9, 2015). Narrative Inquiry Works-in-Progress as research and education leadership. (Oral Presentation). 7th Annual Nursing Research Day: Leveraging intervention research for better outcomes. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Lindsay, G. & Schwind, J. (2014). Reconceptualising person-centred care to include the practitioner through Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry. Self-identify & Narrative Workshop, AMS Phoenix Call to Caring Conference, November 20-21, 2014. Ottawa, ON.

Schwind, J. & Lindsay, G. (2014). Enhancing care delivery: Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry as a practice development methodology in mental health. (Paper). IPDC Enhancing Practice 2014 International Conference, Toronto, Ontario, September 24-26, 2014.

Schwind, J., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Mildon, B., Riahi, S., Duivesteyn, C. & Ivankovic, B. (2014). Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry in Mental Health: Constructing person-centred care in a Relationship-Based Care Approach. The Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 2014. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 21-24, 2014. Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Lindsay, G., Mior, S., Côté, P., Carroll, L., & Shearer, H. (2014). Vehicle Collision Experiences: “I’m Not in Pieces, But Need Help to Get My Life Back”. The Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 2014. Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 21-24, 2014.

Lindsay, G., Schwind, J., Coffey, S., Riahi, S., Duivesteyn, C., Ivankovic, B., & Mildon, B. (2014). Transition Points in Practice: Person-centred Care as Integral to Care Delivery Innovation. Recovery in Mental Health: Research Informed Approaches and Outcomes, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, 3rd Annual Research Day. March 21, 2014, Whitby.

Schwind, J.K., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Morrison, D., & Mildon, B. (2013). Person-centred care in mental health education and practice through arts-informed narrative inquiry (paper).  First International Congress on Whole Person Care. October 17-23, 2013.Montreal, Quebec.

Lindsay, G., Schwind, J., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. & Mildon, B. (2013). Opening the black-box: arts-informed narrative inquiry into person-centred care in mental health education and practice. 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, September 3-5, 2013. (core paper)

Schwind, J.K., Lindsay, G.M., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. & Mildon, B. (2013). Collaborative narrative arts-informed scholarship: How person-centred care is constructed and lived in education and practice. Collaborative Synergy: Teams, Scholarship and Capacity Building in Nursing Research. Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing, June 24 - 26, 2013, Vancouver, BC. [poster].

Lindsay, G., Schwind, J., Coffey, S., Morrison, D., & Mildon, B. (2013). Equity in professional education: Nurses and students co-constructing person-centred care in mental health practice.[poster]  6th Annual Nursing Research Day: Promoting Equity through Health Research-Embracing Possibilities. June 5, 2013, Ryerson University, Toronto.

Lindsay, G. (2013). The unexplored inquiry: Can an arts-informed narrative inquirer do phenomenological research that interprets body knowledge? Canadian Hermeneutic Institute, Executive Learning Centre, June 5-7, 2013, York University.

Lindsay, G. & Schwind, J. (2013). Anticipating transitions & discerning a legacy. The 30th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Looking Forward: Perspectives, Methodologies, Stabilities, Redefinitions, and Examples, Carlton University, May 23 - 25, 2013, Ottawa, ON.

Schwind, J. & Lindsay, G. (2012). Narrative & arts-informed inquiry to create and sustain care environments. Creating and sustaining care environments which support healthy staff and the provision of quality care, University Health Network, 7th Annual Nursing Research Day, November 29, 2012, Toronto, ON. – Accepted but not delivered

Schwind, J. & Lindsay, G. (2012). Narrative & arts-informed inquiry to create and sustain care environments. Creating and sustaining care environments which support healthy staff and the provision of quality care, University Health Network, 7th Annual Nursing Research Day, November 29, 2012, Toronto, ON. [poster – not presented]

Longo, F. & Lindsay, G. (2012). Knowing through inquiry. International Nursing Conference Nursing: Caring to know, knowing to care. Paper. Jerusalem, June 4-7, 2012. (not delivered)

Lindsay, G. & Schwind, J. (2012). Thinking narratively about teaching-learning praxis: A legacy for the next generation. Crossroads: Scholarship for an uncertain world. Canadian Society for the Study of Education/Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation. 40th Annual conference Roundtable presentation. May 27-30, 2012. Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.

Longo, F. & Lindsay, G. (2011). Knowing Through Inquiry. (paper). Nursing Academic Leadership Conference, Transforming nursing education for evolving leadership in practice, May 2-5, 2011, Quebec City, Quebec.

Ives-Baine, L., Lindsay, G., Cross, N., Hellmann, J. (2010). “Walking in my shoes” Exploring NICU nurses’ experience with end-of-life care: a narrative inquiry. International Conference on Perinatal and Infant Death, Washington, DC. November 5, 2010.

Lindsay, G. (2010). End-of-life care: Narratives of NICU nurses. Paper presentation at Exploring the narrative landscape: Issues, investigations, and interventions.5th Biennial Interdisciplinary conference on narrative research perspectives and approaches across the humanities and social sciences, Narrative Matters 2010, Fredericton, New Brunswick, May 20-22, 2010.

Lindsay, G., Shields, C. & Novak, N. (2010). Co-creating a narrative home: Continuity of experience. Panel presentation at Exploring the narrative landscape: Issues, investigations, and interventions 5th Biennial Interdisciplinary conference on narrative research perspectives and approaches across the humanities and social sciences, Narrative Matters 2010, Fredericton, New Brunswick, May 20-22, 2010.

Lindsay, G. (2009). Including “I” in a professional curriculum: Thinking narratively constructs identity & knowledge, Lunch Roundtable Discussion. Annual Winter Conference of the Educational Developers Caucus,The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Durham College, Oshawa, Ontario, February 24 & 25, 2009

Lindsay, G. (2008). One world, different spaces: How thinking narratively weaves healthcare experience & curriculum building with theoretical/philosophical commitments. 4th International Conference. Education for the future of nursing: Building capacity through innovation. Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. October 29 & 30, 2008. Toronto, ON. [poster]

Schwind, J. K. & Lindsay, G. M. (2008). From relationships to experience: Narrative reflections of nurse-teachers. (paper). Refresh, Reflect, Renew: Connecting Through Reflective Practice Across Disciplines, International Reflective Practice conference, Toronto, ON., May 28-30.

Lindsay, G. (2008). One world, different spaces: Thinking narratively about Charlie, his daughter and her teaching-learning praxis. Narrative Matters 2008 -- An interdisciplinary conference on narrative research, perspectives, practices and issues. Storying the world. University of Toronto. May 7-10, 2008.

Lindsay, G. (2008). On the biocidic to biogenic continuum: What stories do nurses tell themselves to live by? 30 years ~ State of Caring Science, Celebrating the past: Nurturing the future. 30th Annual International Association of Human Caring Conference, Chapel Hill, NC. April 6-9, 2008. Poster installation.

4.     Articles and Media Coverage.

PNEIG Newsletter  (October 2015). Exploring teaching-learning in the nursing education landscape through arts-informed narrative inquiry.