Articles de journaux scientifiques et chapitres
- 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
- Pour télécharger l’article (en anglais): 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.
- Broadcastability Season 1 : Sept. 2021-Aug. 2022
- Broadcastability Season 2: Coming Summer 2023
Présentations et webinaires
- Avakumovic-Pointon, I. (2023). “‘Unfit for the Army… Unfit for Life’: Militarism, Masculinity, and Disability in Serbia, 1878-1912.” Conference Presentation. Towards a history of disability in Eastern Europe, Berlin, June 30-July 2. Forthcoming.
- 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. https://easterseals.ca/en/webinars/
Dans les médias
- Chloë Atkins, invitée sur Ethics Talks (balado du AMA Journal of Ethics), août 2022 : https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/podcast/author-interview-what-should-clinicians-and-patients-know-about-clinical-gaze-disability-and
- Dr. Chloë G. K. Atkins a été interviewée et citée au sujet de l’effet du retrait du masque et du vaccin de la santé publique contre la COVID-19 sur les personnes en situation de handicap. 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 a été interviewé et cité dans l’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 a été interviewé par Dan Brown of AMI (radio/podcast) 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.