Dr. Janet Jull develops and evaluates shared decision making tools and approaches to support client-centred care with a particular focus on health care systems. Much of Janet's work is done in partnerships with urban Indigenous, Inuit, First Nations, and Métis communities.
Janet also investigates how research is conducted in partnerships; specifically when those who are engaged in the production of research, partner with those who contend with the real-world needs and constraints of health systems and their users.
Areas of teaching expertise include design and conduct of research and knowledge translation, specifically integrated knowledge translation, an approach to research that is governed by and with those the research is meant to be of benefit.
Deborah Francis, Program: DSc, Rehabilitation and Health Systems Leadership, School of Rehabilitation Therapy. Changing the Landscape: A Critical Race Informed Narrative Inquiry of a Canadian University told by Racialized Students
Linda Ngan, Program: DSc, Rehabilitation and Health Systems Leadership, School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
Bailey Hollister, Program: PhD, Aging and Health, School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
Lindsay Croxall, Program: PhD, Aging and Health, School of Rehabilitation Therapy. Cultural Restoration in a Multi-Jurisdictional Automobile Dependent First Nation: A qualitative needs assessment.
Cheng-Jung Lin, Program: DSc, Rehabilitation and Health Systems Leadership, School of Rehabilitation Therapy. Applying a training program for Indigenous paraprofessionals in a remote Cree community: A mixed methods study. https://healthsci.queensu.ca/blog/integrating-western-and-indigenous-care-northern-quebec
Currently accepting MSc and PhD students (RHBS and AGHE) in the areas of:
- shared decision making tools and approaches
- integrated knowledge translation, partnership-based approaches to research