Scholarly Articles and Chapters:
- Chloë Atkins, “Questionnable Refuge” Submitted to DISABLED Faculty and Staff in Higher Education: Intersecting Identities and Everyday Experience. Ed, Mary Lee Vance and Elizabeth Harrison, forthcoming July 2023.
- Atkins, C. G. K., & Das, S. (August 2022) What Should Clinicians and Patients Know About the Clinical Gaze, Disability, and Iatrogenic Harm When Making Decisions? AMA Journal of Ethics, 24(8), 124-129. https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/what-should-clinicians-and-patients-know-about-clinical-gaze-disability-and-iatrogenic-harm-when/2022-08
- Atkins, Chloë G. K. et al., “An Ethical Analysis of Clinical Triage Protocols and Decision-making Frameworks: What do Principles of Justice, Freedom and a Disability Rights Approach Demand of Us?” 11 February 2022. BMC Medical Ethics. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12910-022-00749-0
- To download the article in PDF format: BMC Medical Ethics – Feb 2022
- Atkins, Chloë G.K. and Sunit Das. “A Critique of the Use of the Clinical Frailty Scale in Triage” Clinical commentary on ‘Frailty triage: Is rationing intensive medical treatment on the grounds of frailty ethical?’ by Dominic Wilkinson, American Journal of Bioethics. 28 Oct 2021 Volume 21, No11; 67-68, DOI: 10.1080/15265161.2021.1980135.
- Atkins, Chloë G.K. and Carolina Barnett.“People With Myasthenia Are Getting Better, But Are They Doing Well?” Neurology. 2021; 97:663-664. doi:1212/WNL.00000000000126171.
- Atkins, Chloë G. K. and Andrea Whiteley. “Vulnerability, Social Triage and the COVID19 Pandemic.”University of Toronto Medical School Journal, UTMJ • Volume 98, Number 1, January 2021, pp. 6-9
- « Une Conversation avec Elisanne Pellerin. » January 2022
- “A Conversation with Marc Workman: Disability & Adaptability.” December 2021
- “Alexis Chicoine: Ability and disability.” November 2021
- « Une discussion avec Joel Castanet de l’expérience d’être handicapé et au même temps d’être un professionnel kinesthése et enseigneur. » Octobre 2021
- “A Cup of Té: A conversation with a disabled BIPOC entrepreneur.” September 2021.
Presentations and Webinars:
Whiteley, A. and C. Atkins (2022). Technological exclusion: How research tools exclude disability perspectives in disability and employment research. [Poster presentation]. The Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, The Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawai’i at Manoa. February 28 – March 1, 2022. https://pacrim.coe.hawaii.edu
Aarthi, A., K. Bramesfeld and A. Whiteley. (2022). EDI in Assignment and Course Design – Part 2: Design to hear students’ voices. [Webinar presentation]. Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Toronto, Scarborough. March 4, 2022.
“The ‘secret sauce’ to improving employment outcomes for persons with disabilities.” DWC2021- Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy, 2 Dec 2021.
“What Works: What Disability Inclusion Brings to the Workplace.” Webinar sponsored by Easter Seals of Canada, Red Shirt Day National Accessibility Week, 2 June 2021.
Dr. Chloë G. K. Atkins was interviewed and quoted about the effect of COVID public health withdrawal of mask and vaccine mandates on the people living in disabling contexts. The Millions of People Stuck in Pandemic Limbo by Ed Yong. The Atlantic Monthly 16 Feb 2022 The Atlantic Monthly.
Dr. Chloë G. K. Atkins was interviewed and quoted in the article: Some young adults with disabilities are stuck in long-term care. They say that’s discrimination. By Meaghan Gill more. Broadview Magazine 15 November 2021.
Dr. Chloë G. K. Atkins was interviewed by Dan Brown of AMI about University of Toronto Scarborough’s new Centre for Global Disability Studies and the international research of the The Proud Project on disability and employment, 21 March 2021.
Please check back with us for research results, presentations or publications.