Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Consideration of the influence of place on access to employment for persons with serious mental illness in northeastern Ontario

Karen  Rebeiro Gruhl

Karen Rebeiro Gruhl

qualifications: PhD

contribution: original concept, designed the project, literature review, collected data, wrote the first draft

position: Occupational therapist

Canada

Karen is an occupational therapist who completed her PhD studies in 2011 at the school of Rural and Northern Health at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Karen has been involved in both clinical and research activities since 1997-working as a clinical researcher for the Northeast Mental Health Centre, currently Health Sciences North. Karen has several peer reviewed publications, and 7 book chapters. She has recently co-edited a special international edition of WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation on mental health and employment. Karen volunteers her time on a variety of provincial and local boards. Karen has four children, Lindsey, Zachary, Matthew, and Nicholas. Karen is married to Robert and they like to spend their time on remote canoe trips on whitewater rivers and look forward to these adventures every year.


Carol  Kauppi

Carol Kauppi

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Director

Canada

Research interests: poverty, homelessness, migration, health of rural populations, children and families


Phyllis  Montgomery

Phyllis Montgomery

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Associate professor


Susan  James

Susan James

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Director

Canada

Director, School of Midwifery, Laurentian University, Canada. Research interests: relational/feminist ethics, rural and remote midwifery, phenomenology, interdisciplinary education/practice.


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