Implementation of a Neonatal Hepatitis B Immunization Program in Karenni State, Myanmar: Outline the Context and Identifying Challenges (PDF, 1.8 MB)

Bartels SA, Collier A, Davison C, Geara P, Kelly J, Michael S, Parmar P, Scott J, and Vahedi L. SenseMaker® as a Monitoring and Evaluation Tool for Gender-Based Violence Programs   and Services in Lebanon: Lessons Learned About Feasibility and Added Value. December 2018.

Subedi, S., Bartels, S., & Davison, C. (2019). Emotional and Physical Child Abuse in The Context of Natural Disasters: A Focus on Haiti. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 1-9. doi:10.1017/dmp.2019.16

Han, A., Helal, S., Bakhache, N., Bunting, A., Michael, S., Davison, C., & Bartels, S. (2019). A Pilot Study of Family Planning Perspectives and Practices among Syrian Child Brides in Lebanon. Current Opinion in Gynecology and Obstetrics, 208-215. doi:10.18314/cogo.v2i1.1657

Purkey, E., Htoo, S. N., Whelan, R., Mhote, N. P. P., & Davison, C. M. (2019). Creating a locally driven research agenda for the ethnic minorities of Eastern Myanmar. Health Research Policy and Systems, 17(1). doi: 10.1186/s12961-019-0465-7

Bartels, SA. In Haiti, a Result of Peacekeepers Who Abuse Their Power: ‘Petits Minustahs’ (Op-Ed). Pass Blue – Independent Coverage of the UN. January 16, 2020.

Davison CM and Djerboua M (2015). Socioeconomic Status and Injury. Canadian Injury Prevention Resource. Parachute: Toronto, ON.

Davison CM (2016) Home and Family Relationships. In J. Freeman, M. King, W. Pickett, Health Behaviour in School-aged Children in Canada: A focus on relationships. Public Health Agency of Canada: Ottawa, ON. pp. 13-28. (PDF)

Pickett W, Michaelson V, Davison CM (2016) Beyond Nutrition: Hunger and its impact on the health of young Canadians Chapter 7 in: Food Security and Child Malnutrition, Areej Hassan Editor, Apple Academic Press: New York, NY 

Davison CM, Russell K, Piedt S, Pike I, Pickett W and the CIHR team in Child and Youth Injury Prevention (2013) Injury Among Young Canadians: A national study of contextual determinants. CIHR Team in Child and Youth Injury Prevention: Vancouver, BC. 102 pages available in French and English: . ISBN 978-1-55339-392-4 (PDF)

Lee, S., & Bartels, S. (2019, December 17). Retrieved from

Queen Elizabeth Scholars

Crystal methamphetamine use among adults: A systematic review of health and socioeconomic outcomes and effective treatment strategies (PDF)

Mother to child transmission of Hepatitis C virus: Screening management and current recommendations (PDF)

Publications from the ARCH team

Susan Bartels

Bartels S, Michael S, Roupetz S, Garbern S, Kilzar L, Bergquist H, Bakhache N, Davison C, Bunting A Making sense of child, early and forced marriage among Syrian refugee girls: a mixed methods study in Lebanon. BMJ Glob Health2018;3:e000509. doi:10.1136/ bmjgh-2017-000509

Bartels SA, Michael S, Vahedi L, Collier A, Kelly J, Davison C, Scott J, Parmar P, Geara P.
SenseMaker® as a Monitoring and Evaluation Tool to Provide New Insights on Gender- Based
Violence Programs and Services in Lebanon. Evaluation and Program Planning. 2019. 77:101715.

Chow Garbern S, Helal S; Michael S, Turgeon N and Bartels SA. It will be a weapon in my hand”: Perspectives of Adolescent Syrian Refugee Girls on Access to Education in Lebanon. Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees. 2020;36(1).

Dube, A., Bartels, S. A., Michael, S., & Michaelson, V. (2019). Positive worry and negative hope: paradoxical perceptions of the experiences of Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon. Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 4(1). doi: 10.1186/s41018-019-0056-9

Lee, S., & Bartels, S. (2019). ‘They Put a Few Coins in Your Hand to Drop a Baby in You’: A Study of Peacekeeper-fathered Children in Haiti. International Peacekeeping, 1–33. doi: 10.1080/13533312.2019.1698297

Mckenna, C. G., Bartels, S. A., Pablo, L. A., & Walker, M. (2019). Women’s decision-making power and undernutrition in their children under age five in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: A cross-sectional study. Plos One, 14(12). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0226041

Paluku, J. L., Carter, T. E., Lee, M., & Bartels, S. A. (2019). Massive single visit cervical pre-cancer and cancer screening in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. BMC Womens Health, 19(1). doi: 10.1186/s12905-019-0737-y

Roupetz S, Bartels SA, Michael S, Najjarnejad N, Anderson K, Davison C. The Impact of
Displacement on Emotional Well-being Among Married and Unmarried Syrian Adolescent Girls in Lebanon. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2020;17(4543):1–22.

Vahedi, L., Bartels, S. A., & Lee, S. (2019). ‘Even peacekeepers expect something in return’: A qualitative analysis of sexual interactions between UN peacekeepers and female Haitians. Global Public Health, 1–14. doi: 10.1080/17441692.2019.1706758


Colleen Davison 

Davison CM (2005) Benchmarks for Social Justice: Assessing the fairness of academic conference participation. Promotion and Education 12(2), 71-76. 

Davison CM, Edwards N, Webber J and Robinson S (2006) The Development of a Social Justice Gauge and its Use to Review the Canadian Nurses Association’s Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses. Advances in Nursing Science 29(4), E13-26. 

Edwards N and MacLean Davison C (2008) Social Justice and Core Competencies for Public Health: Improving the fit. Canadian Journal of Public Health 99(2), 130-133. 

Davison CM, Ghali LM & Hawe P (2011) Insights into the School Environment that Surveys Alone Might Miss: An exploratory study using photovoice. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion 4(1), 44-51.  

Davison CM, Ford C, Peters P and Hawe P (2011) Community-Driven Alcohol Policy in Canada’s Northern Territories 1970-2008. Health Policy 102(1), 34-40. [First Author]

Cole D, Davison CM, Hanson L, Jackson S, Page A, Lencuch R, and Kakuma R (2011) Being Global in Public Health Practice and Research: Complementary competencies are needed. Canadian Journal of Public Health 102(5), 394-397. 

Davison CM and Hawe P (2012) School as Activity Setting: A new perspective on school engagement and health intervention among Aboriginal students in northern Canada. Journal of School Health, 82(2) 65-74. 

Davison CM and Hawe P (2012) All That Glitters: Diamond Mining and its Impact on Tlicho Youth in Behchoko, Northwest Territories. Arctic. 65(2), 214-228.  (PDF)

Davison CM, Michaelson V and Pickett W. (2015) It Still Takes a Village: The role of social supports in understanding unexpected health states in young people. BMC Public Health 15(295). 

Davis L and Davison CM. (2017) Prevalence and Patterns of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption in Canadian Youth: A northern focus. Arctic. 70(4), 414-424.    

Dutton S, Davison CM, Malla M, Bartels S, Collier K, Plamondon K, Purkey E. (2019) Biographical Collage as a Tool in Inuit Community-Based Participatory Research and Capacity Development. International Journal of Qualitative Methods v18, 1-10. 

Favotto L, Michaelson V, Pickett W, & Davison C. (2019). The role of family and computer-mediated communication in adolescent loneliness. PLoS ONE. 14(6): e0214617.  

Brisbois B, Cole D, Davison CM, Di Ruggiero E, Hansen L, Janes C, Larson C, Nixon S, Plamondon K, Stime B. (2016) Corporate sponsorship of global health research: Questions to promote critical thinking about potential funding relationships. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 107(4)

Davison CM, Brown M and Moffitt P (2006) Student Researchers Negotiating Consent in Northern Aboriginal Communities. International Journal of Qualitative Methodology 5(2), Article 7.

Davison CM, Kahwa E, Edwards N, Atkinson U, Roelofs S, Hepburn-Brown C, Aiken J, Dawkins P, Rae T, MacFarlane D (2013) Ethical Challenges and Opportunities in HIV and AIDS Community-Based Participatory Research in Jamaica. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 8(1), 55-67. DOI : 10.1525/je r .2013.8. 1.55

Davison CM, Ndumbe-Eyoh S, Clement C. (2015) Critical examination of knowledge to action models and implications for promoting health equity. International Journal for Equity in Health, 14(49), doi:10.1186/s12939-015-0178-7.

Davison CM (2004) Translation of Fixed-Response Questionnaires for Health Research with Aboriginal People: A Discussion of Methods. Pimatsiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 2(2), 97-114. 

 Heather Aldersey

Aldersey, H.M., Adeponle, A., & Whitley, R. (2017). Diverse approaches to recovery and notions of mental health and well-being. In (White, R., Read, U., Jain, S., &  ​​​​​​Orr, D., eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Socio-cultural Perspectives. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 109-127.

Aldersey, H.M. & Assumani, D.W. (2015). Partnerships for Disability Research in Africa: Lessons Learned in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Disability & the Global South, 2(3), 777-793.

Aldersey, H.M. (2013). Disability advocacy in Kinshasa. Disability & Society 28(6), 784-797.

Dassah, E., Aldersey, H.M., & Norman, K.E. (2017). Photovoice and persons with disabilities: A scoping review of the literature. Qualitative Health Research, 27(9),1412-1422.

Fernandez, E.L.A., Rutka, L.J., & Aldersey, H.M. (2017). Exploring Disability Policy in Africa: An Online Search for National Disability Policies and CRPD Ratification. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal 13(1).

Eva Purkey

Dutton, Sherri; Malla, Michelle; Bartels, Susan; Collier, Keith; Plamondon, Katrina; Purkey, Eva; Davison, Colleen.  Biographical Collage as a Tool in Inuit Community-Based Participatory Research and Capacity Development.  International Journal of Qualitative Methods.  (September 25 2019)18:1-10 

Purkey, Eva; Davison, Colleen; MacKenzie, Meredith; Beckett, Tracey; Korpal, Daniel; Soucie, Katherine; Bartels, Susan.  Experience of emergency department use among persons with a history of adverse childhood experiences.  BMC Health Services Research (2020) 20:455

Purkey, E., & Mackenzie, M. (2019). Experience of healthcare among the homeless and vulnerably housed a qualitative study: opportunities for equity-oriented health care. International Journal for Equity in Health, 18(1). doi: 10.1186/s12939-019-1004-4

Purkey, E., Patel, R., & Phillips, S. P. (2018). Trauma-informed care: Better care for everyone. Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien, 64(3), 170–172.

Purkey, E; Hollaar, G.  Developing Consensus for Postgraduate Global Health Electives: Definitions, Pre-departure Training and Post-Return Debriefing.  BMC Med Education(2016)16:159

Purkey, E; Patel, R; Beckett, T; Mathieu, F.  Understanding a woman’s health:  Trauma informed care and chronic disease management in family medicine.  Accepted by Canadian Family Physician publication pending

Purkey, E; Htoo, SN; Whelan, R; Mhote, NPP; Davison, CM.  Creating a locally driven research agenda for the ethnic minorities of Eastern Myanmar.  Health Research Policy and Systems.  (2019)17:64 

Redwood-Campell, L., Pakes, B., Rouleau, K., MacDonald, CJ., Arya, N., Purkey, E., Schultz, K., Dhatt, R., Wilson, B., Hadi, A., Pottie, K; Developing a curriculum framework for global health in family medicine: emerging principles, competencies, and educational approaches.  BMC Medical Education 2011, 11:46