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A Healthy Balance Research Program: Conducting Research That Makes a Difference; Report on the Deliberations of the National Reference Group. Saturday, March 23, 2002 Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Amaratunga C., Neumann, B., & Clow, B. (2006). Moving Population and Public Health Knowledge Into Action: Women's health. Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Armstrong, P. and Armstrong, H. (2001). Thinking It Through: Women Work and Caring in the New Millennium. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Healthy Balance Research Program.
Beagan, B., Stadnyk, R., Loppie, C., Macdonald, N., Hamilton-Hinch, B., & Macdonald, J. (2005). I do it because I love her and I care: Snapshots of the lives of caregivers. Halifax, N.S.: The Healthy Balance Research Program.
Beagan, B., Hamilton-Hinch, B., Loppie, C., MacDonald, J., MacDonald, N., & Stadnyk, R. (2005). Caregiver Portraits: Narratives of 14 Women Caregivers in Nova Scotia. Halifax, NS: Healthy Balance Research Program.
Brannen, C. (2008). An alternative framework for understanding women's caregiving stress: A qualitative application of the ways of coping model. Journal of Health Psychology, 13(3), 355-365.
Brannen, C. (2005). Caregiving and Well-being: Examining the linkages between controllability and coping in urban women caregivers. Halifax, NS: The Healthy Balance Research Program.
Brannen, C & Petite, K. (2005). Caregiving, Health and Work of Canadian Forces Members: Literature and Policy Review. Halifax, NS: Healthy Balance Research Program.
Burton, P., Lethbridge, L., & Phipps, S. (2006). Children with disabilities and chronic conditions and longer-term parental health. Journal of Socioeconomics.
Burton, P., Lethbridge, L., & Phipps, S. (2006). Mothering children with disabilities and chronic conditions: Long-term implications for self-reported health. Canadian Public Policy.
CPRN. A Healthy Balance: Caregiving Policy in Canada Backgrounder. The Healthy Balance Research Program (HBRP), Hidden Costs, Invisible Contributions Research Project (HCIC), Canadian Policy Research Networks (CPRN): Roundtable for Canadian Policy-Makers, September 26, 2005, Ottawa, Canada.
Equity Reference Groups: Feb. 20 and 21, 2003, Halifax N.S. Report. Halifax, N.S.: The Healthy Balance Research Program.
Equity Reference Groups June 12 and 13, 2003 Halifax, Nova Scotia Report. The Healthy Balance Research Program.
Macdonald, M., Phipps, S., & Lethbridge, L. (2005, March). Taking Its Toll: The Influence of Paid and Unpaid Work on Women's Well-Being. Feminist Economics. 11(1), 63-94.
Macdonald, M. and Phipps, S. (2004). Total Packages of Work: Why do Women in Atlantic Canada Report More Hours? Atlantis, 30.1.
Making a Difference with Research: A Meeting of the National Reference Group, Equity Reference Groups, Research Team Leaders, Management Team, Scholarship Holders. Oct. 17-19, 2003, Oak Island Resort, Western Shore, Nova Scotia The Healthy Balance Research Program.
Mason, S. & Petite, K. (2008). The healthy balance research program: Theatre as a means of knowledge translation. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 40(2), 126-131.
National Reference Group March 13 and 14, 2003 Halifax, Nova Scotia Report. The Healthy Balance Research Program.
Neumann, B. (2007). Promoting good health among caregivers: Reflections from the Healthy Balance Research Program in Canada.
Neumann, B. (2006). A Healthy Balance: Applied research on women's paid work and unpaid caregiving in Nova Scotia. Canada. In V. Lasch, W. Freitag, & U. Sonntag (Eds.), Gender, Health, and Cultures (pp. 97-118). Kassel, Germany: Kassel University Press.
Neumann, B. (2006). Equity Reference Groups: Creating linkages to marginalized groups for research and knowledge translation. In W. Ernst & U. Bohle (Hsg.), Tranformationen von Geschlechterordnungen in Wissenschaft und anderen sozialen Institutionen (pp. 168-180). Hamburg, Germany: Lit Verlag.
Rajinovich, B., Keefe, J., & Fast, J. (2005). Supporting Caregivers of Dependent Adults in the 21st Century: Background Paper. Halifax: NS: Healthy Balance Research Program.
Varga-Toth, J. (2005). A Healthy Balance: A summary Report on a National Roundtable on Caregiving Policy in Canada. Research Report, CPRN.