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Critical qualitative health researchers typically occupy and navigate liminal academic spaces and statuses, with one foot planted in the arts and social sciences and the other in biomedical science. We are at once marginalized and empowered, and this liminality presents both challenges and opportunities. In this article, we draw on our experiences...
Notions of competency development frequently underlie discussions of interprofessional education and practice. Yet, by focusing primarily on the development of competencies, the discourse remains at a surface level, thus obscuring the root of many of the tensions that commonly occur in interprofessional collaborative teamwork. This qualitative stud...
In this paper we discuss our experience of engaging 9–10-year-old children in grade 4 in a community development process to deal with community health problems they consider important. With guidance from a facilitator, young children can work cooperatively to identify problems, set priorities, and design and implement activities to address a commun...