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2020
Charlebois, S., Somogyi, S., & Kirk, S. F. (2020). Fragmented Food Habits and the Disintegration of Traditional Meal Patterns: A Challenge to Public Health Nutrition in Canada?. Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing, 32(1), 69-78.

Fries, C. J. (2020). Healing health care: from sick care towards salutogenic healing systems. Social Theory & Health, 18(1), 16-32.

Veenstra, G., Vas, M., & Sutherland, D. K. (2020). Asian-White health inequalities in canada: intersections with immigration. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 22(2), 300-306.
 
2019
Allman, D. (2019). Social inclusion from on high: A poststructural comparative content analysis of drug policy texts from Canada and Scotland. International Journal of Drug Policy, 71, 19-28.

Anne, G., Émilie, T., Kareen, N., Ginette, L., & Valéry, R. (2019). Adapting a health equity tool to meet professional needs (Québec, Canada). Health promotion international, 34(6), e71-e83.

Claussen, C. (2019). Men engaging boys in healthy masculinity through school-based sexual health education. Sex Education, 19(2), 115-129.
Gaspar, M., Marshall, Z., Rodrigues, R., Adam, B. D., Brennan, D. J., Hart, T. A., & Grace, D. (2019). A tale of two epidemics: gay men's mental health and the biomedicalisation of HIV prevention and care in Toronto. Sociology of health & illness, 41(6), 1056-1070.
 
Girard, G., Patten, S., LeBlanc, M. A., Adam, B. D., & Jackson, E. (2019). Is HIV prevention creating new biosocialities among gay men? Treatment as prevention and pre‐exposure prophylaxis in Canada. Sociology of health & illness, 41(3), 484-501.
 
Hanemaayer, A. (2019). The Impossible Clinic: A Critical Sociology of Evidence-based Medicine. UBC Press.
 
Ion, A. (2019). Keeping secrets, disclosing health information: an institutional ethnography of the social organisation of perinatal care for women living with HIV in Canada. Culture, health & sexuality, 1-15.
 
Johnston, G. (2019). The kids are all White: Examining race and representation in news media coverage of opioid overdose deaths in Canada. Sociological Inquiry.
 
Mykhalovskiy, E., Frohlich, K. L., Poland, B., Di Ruggiero, E., Rock, M. J., & Comer, L. (2019). Critical social science with public health: Agonism, critique and engagement. Critical Public Health, 29(5), 522-533.
 
Orchard, T., Murie, A., Elash, H. L., Bunch, M., Middleton, C., Sadakhom, D., ... & Benoit, C. (2019). “People like us”: spatialised notions of health, stigma, power and subjectivity among women in street sex work. Culture, health & sexuality, 21(4), 478-494.
 
Parker, B., Burnett, K., Hay, T., & Skinner, K. (2019). The Community Food Environment and Food Insecurity in Sioux Lookout, Ontario: Understanding the Relationships between Food, Health, and Place. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 14(6), 762-779.
 
Raphael, D., Bryant, T., & Rioux, M. (Eds.). (2019). Staying alive: Critical perspectives on health, illness, and health care. Canadian Scholars.
Taylor Smith, A., & Dumas, A. (2019). Class‐based masculinity, cardiovascular health and rehabilitation. Sociology of health & illness, 41(2), 303-324.
 
Veenstra, G. (2019). Black, White, Black and White: mixed race and health in Canada. Ethnicity & health, 24(2), 113-124.
 
2018
Campbell, P. (2018). Making sense of the abortion pill: A sociotechnical analysis of RU486 in Canada. Health Sociology Review, 27(2), 121-135.
 
Carleton, R. N., Afifi, T. O., Turner, S., Taillieu, T., LeBouthillier, D. M., Duranceau, S., ... & Hozempa, K. (2018). Suicidal ideation, plans, and attempts among public safety personnel in Canada. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne, 59(3), 220.
 
Dilmaghani, M. (2018). Importance of religion or spirituality and mental health in Canada. Journal of religion and health, 57(1), 120-135.
Donley, A. M., & Wright, J. D. (2018). The health of the homeless. Sociology Compass, 12(1), e12550.
 
Gerlach, A. J., Browne, A. J., & Suto, M. J. (2018). Relational approaches to fostering health equity for Indigenous children through early childhood intervention. Health Sociology Review, 27(1), 104-119.
 
Kirkland, R., & Raphael, D. (2018). Perpetuating the utopia of health behaviourism: a case study of the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation’s Don’t Change Much initiative. Social Theory & Health, 16(1), 1-19.
 
Lukk, M., Schneiderhan, E., & Soares, J. (2018). Worthy? Crowdfunding the Canadian Health Care and Education Sectors. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie, 55(3), 404-424.
 
Neiterman, E., & LeBlanc, Y. (2018). The Timing of Pregnancy: Women’s Interpretations of Planned and Unplanned Pregnancy. Qualitative Sociology Review, 14(1), 52-66.
 
2017
Adam, B. D., & Rangel, J. C. (2017). Migration and Sexual Health Among Gay Latino Migrantsto Canada. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 42(4), 403-424.
 
Audet, M., Dumas, A., Binette, R., & Dionne, I. J. (2017). Women, weight, poverty and menopause: understanding health practices in a context of chronic disease prevention. Sociology of health & illness, 39(8), 1412-1426.
 
Bourgeault, I. L. (2017). Conceptualizing the social and political context of the health workforce: health professions, the state, and its gender dimensions. Frontiers in Sociology, 2, 16.
 
Campbell, M. L., & Rankin, J. M. (2017). Nurses and electronic health records in a Canadian hospital: examining the social organisation and programmed use of digitised nursing knowledge. Sociology of health & illness, 39(3), 365-379.
 
Jonason, A. (2017). The Promises and Pitfalls of Alternative Food Institutions: Impacts on and Barriers to Engagement with Low-Income Persons in the United States and Canada', Food Systems and Health (Advances in Medical Sociology, Volume 18).
 
LaDonna, K. A., Bates, J., Tait, G. R., McDougall, A., Schulz, V., Lingard, L., ... & Marshall, D. (2017). ‘Who is on your health‐care team?’Asking individuals with heart failure about care team membership and roles. Health Expectations, 20(2), 198-210.
 
Noury, M., & Lopez, J. (2017). Nanomedicine and personalised medicine: understanding the personalisation of health care in the molecular era. Sociology of health & illness, 39(4), 547-565.
 
Taylor, M. G., & Quesnel-Vallée, A. (2017). The structural burden of caregiving: Shared challenges in the United States and Canada. The Gerontologist, 57(1), 19-25.
 
Veale, J. F., Peter, T., Travers, R., & Saewyc, E. M. (2017). Enacted stigma, mental health, and protective factors among transgender youth in Canada. Transgender health, 2(1), 207-216.
 
2016
Beiser, M., & Hou, F. (2016). Mental health effects of premigration trauma and postmigration discrimination on refugee youth in Canada. The Journal of nervous and mental disease, 204(6), 464-470.
 
Bourgeault, I. L., Wrede, S. H., Benoit, C., & Neiterman, E. (2016). Professions and the Migration of Expert Labour: Towards an Intersectional Analysis of Transnational Mobility Patterns and Integration Pathways of Health Professionals. In The Routledge Companion to the Professions and Professionalism (pp. 295-312). Routledge.
 
Collin, J. (2016). On social plasticity: the transformative power of pharmaceuticals on health, nature and identity. Sociology of Health & Illness, 38(1), 73-89.
 
Dent, M., Bourgeault, I. L., Denis, J. L., & Kuhlmann, E. (Eds.). (2016). The Routledge companion to the professions and professionalism. Routledge.
 
Gale, N. K., Thomas, G. M., Thwaites, R., Greenfield, S., & Brown, P. (2016). Towards a sociology of risk work: A narrative review and synthesis. Sociology Compass, 10(11), 1046-1071.
 
Kuhlmann, E., Blank, R., Bourgeault, I., & Wendt, C. (Eds.). (2016). The Palgrave international handbook of healthcare policy and governance. Springer.
 
Mashford-Pringle, A. (2016). Aboriginal Health and Aboriginal Education are Interconnected', Special Social Groups, Social Factors and Disparities in Health and Health Care (Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Volume 34).
 
Rudge, T. (2016). (Re) thinking violence in health care settings: A critical approach. Routledge.
 
Shoveller, J., Viehbeck, S., Di Ruggiero, E., Greyson, D., Thomson, K., & Knight, R. (2016). A critical examination of representations of context within research on population health interventions. Critical Public Health, 26(5), 487-500.
 
Vannini, P. (2016). Body/embodiment: Symbolic interaction and the sociology of the body. Routledge.
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