Publications

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Manduca-Barone, A., Brassolotto, J., Howard, L., & Steele, D. (2021). The problem with ‘just winging it’: The case for a principles-based approach to navigating sexual expression in Alberta’s continuing care homes. The Conversationhttps://theconversation.com/seniors-have-a-right-to-express-their-sexuality-in-long-term-care-homes-but-staff-need-guidance-158485

Brassolotto, J., Banerjee, A., & Chivers, S. (2021). Death-friendly communities ease fear of aging and dying. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/death-friendly-communities-ease-fear-of-aging-and-dying-157655?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Brassolotto, J., Haney, C.A., Caspar, S., & Spenceley, S. (2020). Examining dual roles in Alberta’s rural long-term care homes: A qualitative studyRural and Remote Health.

Caspar, S., Brassolotto, J., & Cook, H. (2020). Consistent assignment in long-term care homes: Avoiding the pitfalls to capitalise on the promises. International Journal of Older People Nursing.

Brassolotto, J, Caspar, S, Spenceley, S and Haney, C-A. (2020). Long-Term Care in Rural Alberta: Exploring Autonomy and Capacity for Action. Journal of Long-Term Care, (2020), pp. 80–90.

Brassolotto, J., Howard, L., & Manduca-Barone, A. (2020). “If you do not find the world tasty and sexy, you are out of touch with the most important things in life”: Resident and family member perspectives on sexual expression in Alberta’s continuing care homes. The Journal of Aging Studies.

Brassolotto, J., Howard, L., & Manduca-Barone, A. (2020). Sexual expression in Alberta’s continuing care homes: Capacity, consent, and co-decision-making. Canadian Journal of Aging.

Howard, L., Brassolotto, J. & Manduca-Barone, A. (2019). Navigating Tensions About Resident Sexual Expression in Alberta’s Continuing Care Homes: a Qualitative Study of Leaders’ ExperiencesSexuality Research and Social Policy.

Brassolotto, J., Haney, C.A., Hallstrom, L., & Scott, D. (2018). Long-term care in rural Alberta: A scoping review. The Canadian Geographer.

Brassolotto, J.; Daly, T.; Armstrong, P.; & Naidoo, V. (2017). Moral Distress Amongst Privately Hired Companions in Ontario’s Long-Term Care Facilities. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 18(1), 58-68.

Brassolotto, J., & Daly, T. (2016). Domesticating dialysis: A feminist political economy analysis of informal renal care in rural British Columbia. The Canadian Geographer, 60(4), 519-529.

Brassolotto, J., & Daly, T. (2016). Scarcity discourses and their impacts on renal care policy, practices, and everyday experiences in rural British Columbia. Social Science & Medicine, 152, 138-146.

Raphael, D., & Brassolotto, J. (2015). Understanding action on the social determinants of health: a critical realist analysis of in-depth interviews with staff of nine Ontario public health units. BMC Research Notes, 8(1).

Raphael, D., Brassolotto, J., & Baldeo, N. (2015). Ideological and organizational components of differing public health strategies for addressing the social determinants of health. Health Promotion International, 30(4), 855-867.

Brassolotto, J., Raphael, D., & Baldeo, N. (2014). Epistemological barriers to addressing the social determinants of health among public health professionals in Ontario, Canada: A qualitative inquiry. Critical Public Health, 24(3), 321-336.