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Bourgeault, Ivy

Bourgeault, Ivy

Professeure titulaire
Chaire de recherche sur le genre, l’égalité et l’inclusion dans les milieux professionnels. Directeur exécutif, Réseau canadien sur le personnel de santé. Membre de l'Académie canadienne des sciences de la santé (ACSS)
B.Sc. (University of Alberta), M.Sc. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Toronto)
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DMS 6105
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Notice biographique

Mme Bourgeault est professeure à l'École interdisciplinaire des sciences de la santé de l'Université d'Ottawa et titulaire de la Chaire de recherche des Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada (IRSC) sur le genre, le travail et les ressources humaines en santé. Elle est aussi la directrice scientifique du Réseau pan-ontarien de recherche sur l'amélioration de la santé des populations et du Réseau ontarien de recherche sur les ressources humaines en santé, tous deux situés à l'Université d'Ottawa et financés par le ministère de la Santé et des Soins de longue durée de l'Ontario. Elle dirige aussi le Réseau pancanadien sur les ressources humaines en santé financé par Santé Canada et les IRSC. Elle a travaillé comme consultante auprès de divers ministères provinciaux de la Santé au Canada, de Santé Canada et de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé. Ses travaux de recherche récents portent sur la migration des professionnels de la santé et de leur intégration dans le système de soins de santé canadien. Mme Bourgeault siège au comité de rédaction international de la revue Sociology of Health and Illness et du Journal of Marketing and Management in Healthcare ainsi qu'au conseil consultatif de l'Institut des services et des politiques de la santé des IRSC. Elle est aussi la cofondatrice de la Société canadienne de sociologie de la santé, organisme bilingue.

Intérêts de recherche

La professeure Bourgeault a acquis une réputation internationale pour ses recherches sur les professions de santé, les politiques de santé et la santé des femmes. Ses travaux de recherche récents portent sur la migration des professionnels de la santé et de leur intégration dans le système de soins de santé canadien.

Publications au cours des 7 dernières années

Livres

  • Bourgeault, I.L., Labonté, R., Packer, C. and Runnels, V. Population Health in Canada - A Reader. Canadian Scholars Press Inc, 2017.
  • Dent, M., Bourgeault, I.L., Kuhlmann, E. and Denis, J.L. The Routledge Companion to the Professions and Professionalism. Routeledge, 2016.
  • Kuhlmann, E., Blank, R.H., Bourgeault, I.L. and Wendt, C. The Palgrave International Handbook of Healthcare Policy and Governance. Palgrave, 2015.
  • Wade, T., Bourgeault, I.L. and Neiterman, E. Social Dimensions of Health and Health Care. Toronto: Pearson Publishing Co, 2015.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Bouchard, L. and Benoit, C. Healthcare Policy. USA: Longwoods, 2013.

Chapitres de livres

  • Bourgeault, I.L. Skill-mix reforms in primary and chronic care settings in Canada in Matthias Wismar. In Wismar, M., Glinos, I.A. and Sagan, A.. Patients, peers, professionals: Skill-mix innovations and developments in primary and chronic care settings. 2018.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. Creating a Research Career Pathway in Health Workforce Research. In Edwards, N. and Roelofs, S.. Creating a Research Career: An Essential Process for a Successful Research Career. 2nd Australasian ed., Milton: Wiley, 2018.
  • Ghosh, H. and Bourgeault, I.L. Population Health Equity and Intervention Research in Ontario: A Scoping Review. In Runnels, V., Packer, C., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L.. Population Health in Canada - A Reader. Canadian Scholars Press Inc, 2017.
  • Runnels, V., Bourgeault, I.L. and Rolfe, D.E. An overview to qualitative research for the health practitioner. In Runnels, V., Bourgeault, I.L. and Rolfe, D.E.. Population Health in Canada - A Reader.. 2nd Australasian ed., Milton: Wiley, 2017.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. Skill-mix reforms in primary and chronic care settings in Canada in Matthias Wismar. In Wismar, M., Glinos, I.A. and Sagan, A.. Patients, peers, professionals: Skill-mix innovations and developments in primary and chronic care settings. Venice, Italy: World Health Organization, European Office, 2017.
  • Williams, D.T., Packer, C., Hindmarsh, L. and Bourgeault, I.L. An Index of Databases: Reducing the challenge of evidence-based population health research and decision-making. In Runnels, V., Packer, C., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L.. Population Health in Canada - A Reader. 2nd Australasian ed., Milton: Wiley, 2017.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Wrede, S., Benoit, C. and Neiterman, E. Professions and the migration of expert labour: Towards an intersectional analysis of transnational mobility patterns and integration pathways of health professionals. In Dent, M., Bourgeault, I.L., Kuhlmann, E. and Denis, J.L.. The Routledge Handbook on Professions and Professionalism. London, UK: Routledge, 2016.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. The Double Isolation of Immigrants undertaking Older Adult Care Work. In Duffy, M., Armenia, A. and Stacey, C.. Caring on the Clock. Rutgers University Press , 2015.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. and Merritt, K. Deploying Health Human Resources: Scopes of Practice, Skill-Mix and Shifting Tasks in the Provision of Health Care. In Kuhlmann, E., Blank, R.H., Bourgeault, I.L. and Wendt, C.. The Palgrave International Handbook of Healthcare Policy and Governance. Palgrave, 2015.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. and Packer, C. Developing and executing a cross-national qualitative health research project: Not for the faint of heart. In Dingwall, R. and McDonnell, M.. The SAGE Handbook of Research Management . Sage, 2015.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Safarti-Larson, M. and Witz, A. The Professionalization of Medicine, Class & Gender. In Collyer, F.. The Palgrave Handbook on Social Theory on Health and Medicine . London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Demers, C. and Bray, E. The need for a pan-Canadian Health Human Resources Strategy. In Queen's Health Policy Change Series. Montreal, : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2015.
  • Ghosh, H. and Bourgeault, I.L. Population Health Equity and Intervention Research in Ontario: A Scoping Review. In Runnels, V., Packer Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L.. Population Health in Canada - A Reader. 2nd Australasian ed., Milton: Wiley, 2015.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. and Atanackovic, J. Canada's Live In Caregiver Programme. In Harper, S. and Hamblin, K.. International Handbook on Ageing and Public Policy. London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2014.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. Health Care, Worker Migration. In Jennings, B.. Encyclopedia of Bioethics. Macmillan Reference USA, 2014.
  • Greenwood, H. and Bourgeault, I.L. Migration. In Cockerham, C., Dingwall, R. and Quah, S.. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society. Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. Canada - Health Care Delivery System. In Cockerham, W.C., Dingwall, R. and Quah, S.. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society. Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
  • Sutherns, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. Exploring the Concept of Embodied Research: Does It Take One to Know One?. In Sage Case Studies in Methodology. 2013.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. and Neiterman, E. Integrating International Medical Graduates: The Canadian Approach to the 'Brain Waste' Problem. In Triadafilopoulos, P.. Policies for Highly Skilled Immigrants in Comparative Perspective. Boston, MA, USA: Springer, 2013.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. The Migration and Integration of Internationally Educated Health Professionals. In Monahan, L. and Gabe, J.. Key Concepts in Medical Sociology. London: Sage, 2013.
  • Kuhlmann, E., Bourgeault, I.L., Larsen, C. and Schofield, T. Gendering Health Human Resource Policy. In Kuhlmann, E. and Annandale, E.. Handbook on Gender and Healthcare, Palgrave. Palgrave, 2012.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. and Barer, M.L. The case for a pan-Canadian health workforce observatory: moving from crisis management to future planning, now. In Rosee, N., Signer, S.M., O'Grady, K., Tapp, C. and Turczak, S.. Canadian Health Policy in the News: Why Evidence Matters. 2012.
  • Richard, N., Chreim, S., Bourgeault, I.L. and Angus, D.E. Chronically Ill Patients' Experience of Illness and Healing Relationships in Integrative Medicine. In Carter, K.R. and Murphy, G.E.. Alternative Medicine: Practices, Health Benefits, and Controversies. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science, 2012.

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

  • Darling, L., Lawford, K., Wilson, K., Kryzanauskas, M. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2019. Distance from home birth to emergency obstetrical services and neonatal outcomes: A cohort study. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health, 64(2): 170-178.
  • Tyler, I., Pauly, B., Wang, J., Patterson, T., Bourgeault, I.L. and Manson, H. 2019. Evidence use in equity focused health impact assessment: A realist evaluation. BMC Public Health, 19(230).
  • Rowland, E., Manogaran, M. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2019. Institutional ethnography as a unique tool for improving health systems. Healthcare Management Forum, 32(3): 143-147.
  • Najafizada, M., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2019. HRH dimensions of community health workers: a case study of rural Afghanistan. Human Resources for Health, 17(12).
  • Chamberland-Rowe, C., Chiocchio, F. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2019. Harnessing Instability as an Opportunity for Health System Strengthening: A Scoping Review of Health System Resilience. Healthcare Management Forum, 32(3): 128-135.
  • AbouEid, S., Pouliot, C., Nur, T., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giroux, I. 2019. Dietitians' perspectives on patient barriers and enablers to weight management: An application of the social‐ecological model. Nutrition and Dietetics, 1-10.
  • AbouEid, S., Pouliot, C., Hermosura, B.J., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giroux, I. 2019. Dietitians’ Perspectives on the Impact of Multidisciplinary Teams and Electronic Medical Records on Dietetic Practice for Weight Management . Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 1-6.
  • Lundine, J., Bourgeault, I.L., Glonti, K., Hutchinson, E. and Balabanova, D. 2019. "I don't see gender": conceptualizing a gendered system of academic publishing. Social Science and Medicine.
  • Lawford, K., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giles, A. 2019. "This Policy Sucks and it's Stupid:" Mapping Maternity Care for First Nations Women on Reserves in Manitoba, Canada. Health Care for Women International.
  • Hedden, L., Munro, S., Barer, M.L., McGrail, K.M., Law, M. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2019. Is Attending Birth Dying Out? Trends in Obstetrical Care Provision Among Primary Care Physicians In British Columbia, Canada . Canadian Family Physician.
  • Neiterman, E., Atanackovic, J., Covell, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2018. ‘We Want to Be Seen as Partners, Not Vultures of the World:’ Canadian Stakeholders' Perspectives on Migration of International Students. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(4): 395-408.
  • Najafizada, M., Bourgeault, I.L. and Labonté, R. 2018. A gender analysis of a national Community Health Workers program: a case study of Afghanistan. Global Public Health, 14(1): 23-36.
  • Ly, B.A., Kristjansson, E., Labonté, R., Bourgeault, I.L. and Niang, M.N. 2018. Determinants of the intention of Senegal’s physicians to use telemedicine in their professional activities. Telemedicine & eHealth, 24(11): 879-898.
  • Lundine, J., Bourgeault, I.L., Clark, J., Heidari, S. and Balabanova, D. 2018. The gendered system of academic publishing. Lancet, 391(10132): 1754-1756.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., James, Y., Lawford, K. and Lundine, J. 2018. Empowering Women Leaders in Health: A Gap Analysis of the State of Knowledge. Canadian Journal of Physician Leaders, 5(2): 92-100.
  • AbouEid, S., Pouliot, C., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giroux, I. 2018. A Systematic Review of Interporfessional Collaboration for Obesity Management in Primary Care, A Focus on Dietetic Referrals. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 8(1): 1-15.
  • AbouEid, S., Jasinska, M., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giroux, N. 2018. Current Weight Management Approaches Used by Primary Care Providers in Six Multidisciplinary Healthcare Settings in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 50(4): 169-178.
  • Nourpanah, S., Bourgeault, I.L., Jackson, L., Price, S., Gardiner Barber, P. and Leiter, M. 2018. Intersecting Policy Contexts of Employment-Related Geographical Mobility of Healthcare Workers: The Case of Nova Scotia (NS), Canada. Healthcare Policy, 14(2): 12-21.
  • Neiterman, E., Bourgeault, I.L., Peters, J., Esses, V., Dever, E., Gropper, R., Neilsen, C., Kelland, J. and Sattler, P. 2018. Best practices in Bridging Education: Multiple Case Study Evaluation of Post-secondary Bridging Programs for Internationally Educated Health Professionals in Canada. Journal of Allied Health, 47(1): 23E-28E.
  • Best, A., Berland, A., Greenhalgh, T., Bourgeault, I.L., Saul, J. and Barker, B. 2018. Networks as systems: A case study of the World Health Organisation’s Global Health Workforce Alliance. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 32(1): 9-24.
  • Berta, W., Laporte, A., Perreira, T., Ginsburg, L., Rohit Dass, A., Deber, R., Baumann, A., Cranley, L., Bourgeault, I.L., Lum, J., Gamble, B., Pilkington, K., Haroun, V., Neves, P. and Grouchy, M. 2018. Relationships between the Work Outcomes, Work Attitudes & Work Environments of Health Support Workers in Long Term Care & Home and Community Care Settings. Human Resources for Health, 16:15.
  • AbouEid, S., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giroux, I. 2018. Nutrition and obesity care in multidisciplinary primary care settings in Ontario, Canada: Short duration of visits and complex health problems perceived as barriers. Preventive Medicine Reports, 10: 242-247.
  • AbouEid, S., Bourgeault, I.L. and Giroux, I. 2018. Nutrition care practices of primary care providers for weight management in multidisciplinary primary care setting in Ontario, Canada – A qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, 19(1): 1-9.
  • Stitou, M., Bourgeault, I.L. and Cohen, D. 2018. The Job Requirements, Content, and Context of Regulated Home-Based Childcare Workers. New Solutions, 27(4): 607-628.
  • Spitzer, D.L., Castro-Palaganas, E., Kabamalan, M.M., Sanchez M.C., Caricativo, R., Runnels, V., Lapointé, R., Murphy, G.T. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. An examination of the causes, consequences, and policy responses to the migration of highly trained health personnel from the Philippines: the high cost of living/leaving—a mixed method study. Human Resources for Health, 15(25): 14 pages.
  • Mathews, M., Kandar, R., Slade, S., Yi, Y., Beardall, S., Bourgeault, I.L. and Buske, L. 2017. Credentialing and retention of visa trainees in post-graduate medical education programs in Canada. Human Resources for Health, 15(38): 8 pages.
  • Ly, B.A., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. The Individual and Contextual Determinants of the Use of Telemedicine: a descriptive study of the perceptions of Senegal's physicians and telemedicine projects managers. PLOS ONE, 12(7): e0181070.
  • Mathews, M., Kandar, R., Slade, S., Yi, Y., Beardall, S. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Retention of Canadians who studied medicine abroad and other international medical graduates . Health Policy, 12(4): 33-45.
  • Mathews, M., Kandar, R., Slade, S., Yi, Y., Beardall, S. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Post Graduate Medical Education Examination Outcomes and Work Locations of IMG Family Medicine Residents in Canada. Canadian Family Physician, 63(10): 776-783.
  • Mathews, M., Kandar, R., Slade, S., Yi, Y., Beardall, S. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Realization of Entry-to-Practice Milestones of Canadians who Studied Medicine Abroad and Other International Medical Graduates. CMAJ Open, 5(2): E476-E482.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Conceptualizing the Social & Political Context of the Health Workforce: Health Professions, the State and its Gender Dimensions. Frontiers in Sociology, 2(Article 16).
  • Spitzer, D., Palaganas, E.C., Kabamalan, M.M., Sanchez, M., Runnels, V., Packer, C., MacKenzie, A., Labonté, R., Tomblin-Murphy, G. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Source country perspectives on the migration of highly trained health personnel: Causes, consequences and responses in the Philippines. Human Resources for Health. Human Resources for Health, 15(25).
  • Najafizada, M., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Stakeholder’s perspective: Sustainability of a community health worker program in Afghanistan. Evaluation and Program Planning, 60: 123-129.
  • Walton-Roberts, M., Runnels, V., Rajan, I., Sood, A., Thomas, P., Nair, S., Packer, C., MacKenzie, A., Labonté, R., Tomblin-Murphy, G. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Causes, consequences, and policy responses to the migration of health workers: key findings from India. Human Resources for Health, 15(28): 18 pages.
  • Ghosh, H., Benoit, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Health Service Needs for Urban Indigenous Women with Co-Occurring Health Concerns. Fourth World Journal, 15(2): 5-25.
  • Najafizada, M., Bourgeault, I.L. and Labonté, R. 2017. Social Determinants of Maternal Health in Afghanistan: A Review. Central Asian Journal of Global Health, 6(1).
  • Shoemaker, E., Bourgeault, I.L., Cameron, C., Graham, I.D. and Hutton, E.K. 2017. Results of implementation of hospital-based strategy to reduce cesaerean delivery among low-risk women in Canada. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics.
  • Neiterman, E., Bourgeault, I.L. and Covell, C. 2017. What do we know and not know about the Professional Integration of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) in Canada? Recommendations for research and policy from a scoping review of the literature. Healthcare Policy.
  • Hedden, L., Barer, M.L., McGrail, K.M., Law, M. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. Is increasing physician supply the key to solving access/provision challenges? A cautionary tale from British Columbia. Health Affairs.
  • Benkalti, M., AbouEid, S., Chia, M. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Innovation Strategy as a Model for Supporting Population Health Intervention Research: an Assessment. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. 2016. A Commentary: Optimizing Advanced Practice Nursing Roles in Canada. Nursing Leadership, 29(3): 14-17.
  • Tomblin-Murphy, G., MacKenzie, A., Waysome, B., Guy-Walker, J., Palmer, R., Elliott Rose, A., Rigby, J., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2016. A mixed-methods study of health worker migration from Jamaica. Human Resources for Health, 14(Suppl 1): 36.
  • Covell, C., Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2016. Scoping review about the professional integration of internationally educated health professionals. Human Resources for Health, 14(1): 38.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Labonté, R., Packer, C., Runnels, V. and Tomblin-Murphy, G. 2016. Knowledge and potential impact of the WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Does it matter for source and destination country stakeholders? Human Resources for Health, 14(Suppl 1): 25.
  • van Teijlingen, E., Benoit, C., Bourgeault, I.L., DeVries, R., Sandall, J. and Wrede, S. 2015. Learning from health care in other countries: the prospext of comparative research. Health Prospect Journal of Public Health, 14(1): 8-12.
  • Labonté, R., Sanders, D., Mathole, T., Crush, J., Chikanda, A., Dambisya, Y., Runnels, V., Packer, C., Mckenzie, A., Tomblin-Murphy, G. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. Health Worker Migration from South Africa: causes, consequences and policy responses Human Resources for Health. Human Resources for Health, 13: 92.
  • Kelly, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. The Personal Support Worker Program Standard in Ontario: An Alternative to Self-Regulation? Healthcare Policy, 11(2): 20-26.
  • Covell, C., Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. Forms of Capital as Facilitators of Internationally Educated Nurses' Transition into the Canadian Nursing Workforce. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 41(Supplement 1): S150-S161.
  • Najafizada, M., Bourgeault, I.L., Labonté, R., Packer, C. and Torres, S. 2015. Community health workers in Canada and other high-income countries: A scoping review and research gaps. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 106(3): e157-e164.
  • Neiterman, E., Wodchis, W.P. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. Experiences of Older Adults in Transition from Hospital to Community. Canadian Journal on Aging, 34(1): 90-99.
  • Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. The shield of professional status: Comparing internationally educated nurses’ and international medical graduates’ experiences of discrimination . Health, 19(6): 615-634.
  • Benkhalti Jandu, M., Canuto de Medeiros, B., Bourgeault, I.L. and Tugwell, P. 2015. The inclusion of migrants in health impact assessments: A scoping review. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 50: 16-24.
  • Kelly, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. Developing a Common Education Standard for Personal Support Workers in Ontario. Health Reform Observer, 3(1): p.169.
  • Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. Professional integration as a process of professional resocialization: internationally educated health professionals in Canada. Social Science and Medicine, 131: 74-81.
  • Covell, C., Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2014. A Scoping Review about Internationally Educated Nurses in Canada. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 46(3): 26-45.
  • Najafizada, M., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2014. The Rural Health Workforce in Afghanistan: A qualitative study of a national program. BMC Conflict and Health, 8: 26.
  • Hedden, L., Barer, M.L., Cardiff, K., McGrail, K.M., Law, M.R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2014. The implications of the feminization of the primary care physician workforce on service supply: a systematic review. Human Resources for Health, 12(32): 22 pages.
  • Sanou, D., O'Reilly, E., Ngnie-Teta, I., Batal, M., Mondain, N., Andrew, C., Newbold, B. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2014. Acculturation and nutritional health of immigrants in Canada: a scoping review. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 16(1): 24-34.
  • Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2013. Cultural competence of Internationally Educated Nurses: Assessing Problems and Findings Solutions. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 45(4): 88-107.
  • Leblanc, Y., Bourgeault, I.L. and Neiterman, E. 2013. The Integration of Refugee Health Workers in Canada and the U.K. Healthcare Policy, 9: 126-138.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Benoit, C. and Bouchard, L. 2013. Towards a Sociology of Health and Healthcare. Healthcare Policy, 9: 10-11.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. and Grignon, M.A. 2013. Comparison of the Regulation of Health Professional Boundaries Across OECD Countries. The European Journal in Comparative Economics, 10(2): 199-223.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. 2013. Ethical Considerations for Better Health Human Resource Planning and Management. Healthcare Management Forum, 26: 65-67.
  • Atanackovic, J. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2013. Migration and Recruitment of Immigrant Care Workers in Canada. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 39(2): 335-350.
  • MacNaughton, K., Chreim, S. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2013. Role construction and boundaries in interprofessional primary health care teams: a qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research, 13: 486.
  • Neiterman, E. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2012. Conceptualizing Professional Diaspora: International Medical Graduates in Canada. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 13: 39-57.
  • Bourgeault, I.L., Sutherns, R., MacDonald, M. and Luce, J. 2012. Problematizing place of work: Midwives working at home and in hospital. Midwifery, 28(5): 582-590.
  • Bourgeault, I.L. 2012. Critical Issues in the Funding of Qualitative Research. Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 7: 1-7.

Contributions sur invitation et/ou rapports techniques

  • Bourgeault, I.L., Chamberland, C., Simkin, S., Demers, C. and Salehi, H. 2018. "Health Human Resource Planning Models for the TC LHIN Primary Care Strategy".
  • Demers, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2018. "A review of the J1 Visa Program", March.
  • Demers, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2017. "Policy Report from the 2016 Canadian Health Workforce Conference", Available for download: www.hhr-rhs.ca.
  • Laporte, A., Rohit Dass, A., Bourgeault, I.L., Deber, R., Baumann, A., Lum, J., Hsu, A. and Kelly, C. 2016. "Long Term Care PSW Forecasting Model for Ontario", Centres for Learning Research and Innovation in Long Term Care.
  • Walton-Roberts, M., Rajan, I., Sood, A., Nair, S., Sharma, S., Thomas, P., Runnels, V., Tomblin-Murphy, G., Labonté, R., Bourgeault, I.L. and Packer, C. 2015. "Source Country Perspective on the Migration of Health Workers: Synthesis Report on an Empirical Study - India".
  • Tomblin-Murphy, G., MacKenzie, A., Waysome, B., Guy-Walker, J., Palmer, R., Elliott Rose, A., Rigby, J., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. "Source Country Perspective on the Migration of Health Workers: Synthesis Report on an Empirical Study - Jamaica".
  • Palaganas, E.C., Spitzer, D., Kabamalan, M.M., Ogena, N.B., Sanchez, M., Caricativo, R., Tan,J., Tomblin-Murphy, G., Labonté, R. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. "Source Country Perspective on the Migration of Health Workers: Synthesis Report on an Empirical Study – The Philippines", http://www.healthworkermigration.com/images/stories/Philippines%20Country%20Synthesis%20Report%20Summary.pdf.
  • Labonté, R., Sanders, D., Mathole, T., Crush, J., Chikanda, A., Dambisya, Y., Mohlala, G., Dogbey, B., Runnels, V., Packer, C., MacKenzie, A., Tomblin-Murphy, G. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. "Source Country Perspective on the Migration of Health Workers: Synthesis Report on an Empirical Study – South Africa", http://www.healthworkermigration.com/images/stories/South%20Africa%20Country%20Synthesis%20Report%20Summaries.pdf.
  • Crush, J., Chikanda, A., Bourgeault, I.L., Labonté, R. and Tomblin-Murphy, G. 2015. "Brain Drain and Regain: the Migration Behaviour of South African Medical Professionals", Report number: Migration Policy Series No. 65. Cape Town: Southern African Migration Programme and Waterloo: International Migration Research Centre.
  • Covell, C., Neiterman, E., Atanackovic, J., Owusu, Y. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. "The Study-Migration Pathway: Understanding the Factors that Influence the Employment and Retention of International Students as Regulated Health Professionals in Canada", Pathways to Prosperity.
  • Demers, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. "Policy Report from the 2014 Canadian Health Workforce Conference", Available for download: www.hhr-rhs.ca.
  • Demers, C. and Bourgeault, I.L. 2015. "Proceedings of the 2014 Canadian Health Workforce Conference", Available for download: www.hhr-rhs.ca.
  • Sattler, P., Peters, J., Bourgeault, I.L., Esses, V., Neilsen, C., Dever, E., Neiterman, E., Gropper, R. and Kelland, J. 2015. "Multiple Case Study Evaluation of Postsecondary Bridging Programs for Internationally Educated Health Professionals", Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.
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Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années
De-À Source Titre * ** Rôle Montant
2019-2024 CRSH Two steps, triple wins and bus stops: A comparative analysis of skilled migration systems in Canada, Germany and Singapore R C Co-I $ 213,244
2019-2023 IRSC Tackling the Home Care Challenge: A Mixed Methods Study of Publicly Funded Home Care Services in 4 Canadian Cities R C Co-I $ 856,800
2019   Scaling up Health Workforce Innovations to Promote Equity, Diversity and Inclusion R C PI $ 10,000
2019 IRSC Increasing Indigenous Participation in the Physician Workforce R C Co-I $ 100,000
2018-2025 CRSH Imagining Age-Friendly “Communities within Communities” International Promising Practices R C Co-I $ 2,500,000
2018-2023   Healthy Professional/Knowledge Workers: Examining the Gendered Nature of Mental Health Issues, Leaves of Absence & Return to Work Experiences from a Comparative Perspective R C PI $ 1,425,000
2018-2023 CRSH How can managers support and ensure the positive consequences of employees’ disclosure of a mental health challenge R C Co-I $ 252,576
2018-2020   Women’s Access to Choice of Maternity Care Provider in the Champlain LHIN: Catching up to Demand R C Co-I $ 15,000
2017-2020 Status of Women Canada Empowering Women Leaders in Health: Health Care, Health Sciences & Indigenous Health S O PI $ 400,000
2017-2019 Public Health Agency of Canada CHNET-Works Webinars on various topics linking researchers C G PI $ 3,382
2017-2019 IRSC Supporting an SGBA lens to psychologically healthy workplaces R C PI $ 150,000
2016-2020 IRSC Seniors - Adding Life to Years (SALTY) R C Co-I $ 1,400,000
2016-2019 IRSC Direct Funded Home Care for Older People in Ontario R C Co-I $ 267,575
2016-2018 CIHR/SSHRC Healthy & Productive Knowledge Workers: The Impact of a Personal or Familial Mental Health Issue in Health Care, Education and Accounting/IT Professions & Accommodating Return to Work R O PI $ 150,000
2016-2018 IRSC Canadian Health Workforce Conference 2016: Optimizing the Canadian Health Workforce R C PI $ 15,000
2016-2017 Centre for Research & Education on Women's Work Academic Women at Work: The Implications of Health and Caregiving over the Life-Course of Productivity and Career Trajectory R O Co-I $ 5,000
2015-2018 Research Manitoba New Investments Outcomes and Costs of Maternity Care Services in Manitoba R O Co-I $ 75,525
2015-2016 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Intention des médecins, des hôpitaux et des centres de santé de district du Sénégal d'utiliser la télémédecine R I PI $ 6,000
2015-2016 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Managing the Transition of Neonatal Patients from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: The Role of Interprofessional Collaboration R I PI $ 6,000
2014-2017 IRSC The Invisible Workforce: Exploring the Roles & Significance of Health Support Workers in Caring for Older Canadians R C Co-I $ 345,636
2014-2017 IRSC Entry-to-Practice and Retention of International Medical Graduates in Canada R C Co-I $ 188,624
2014-2017 MOHLTC Measuring Factors that Influence Nurse Practitioner (NP) Activities and the Implications for Optimizing NP Patient Panel Size in Primary Healthcare (PHC) Settings R G Co-I $ 483,000
2014-2016 IRSC The Importance of Context: A realist evaluation of knowledge translation interventions for the use of evidence in Health Equity Impact Assessment R C Co-I $ 199,842
2014-2015 SSHRC Pathways to Prosperity The Study-Migration Pathway: Understanding the Factors that Influence the Employment and Retention of International Students as Regulated Health Professionals in Canada R C PI $ 7,500
2014-2015 CHIR MPD Free Standing Birth Centres: Planning an Ethnography of an Alternative Workplace for Midwives R C PI $ 10,000
2014-2015 CHIR MPD Developing a tool for analyzing and planning for sex/gender in research on the international migration of health workers R C PI $ 10,000
2014-2015 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Introduction to the Health Workforce in Canada: an Edited Collection R I PI $ 8,000
2014 University of Ottawa & Telfer School of Management Community Health Workers (CHWs): Addressing their Gaps and Inappropriate Health Services Utilization R I PI $ 10,000
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