ISIH 6th International Conference Challenging Health Inequity: A

ISIH 6th International Conference
Challenging Health Inequity: A Call to Action
Wednesday · 10/06/2015
Room: Salón de Actos
Building: Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos
Room: Salón de Actos
Building: Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos
Please note that the technical secretariat will remain open during
the entire conference.
Please, take into account that the technical secretariat will be located at
the Antoni Ma Alcover Building (Room: Sala de Graus) from Wednesday
at 13 h until the end of the conference.
Bioethics, justice and vulnerability: gender and intersectional
approaches (Bioética, justicia y vulnerabilidad: del género
a las perspectivas interseccionales)
Keynote speaker: Dr. María José Guerra
Simultaneous translation from Spanish to English
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Building: Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos
Rooms: Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Chair: Christine Ceci
Chair: Concha Zaforteza
Chair: Dave Holmes
Chair: Cristina Moreno
Discourses and practices on
elderly care
Self-management and social
determinants of health
Risk, body and vulnerability
1. The elderly caregiver: discourse
and practice.
Meiriele T Araujo, Isabela Velloso (Brazil).
1. The struggle of everyday life. Accounts
of self-management and self-management
support of disadvantaged persons living
with diabetes type 2: a meta-synthesis of
qualitative literature.
Christina Foss, Ingrid Ruud Knutsen (Norway).
1. Happily-ever-after: Personal narratives
in Weight Loss Surgery advertising.
Karen Synne Groven , Jean Braithwaite
1. Sufrimiento: perspectivas teóricas y
modelos conceptuales de la disciplina
Maria del Carmen Alorda Terrasa (Spain).
2. Transnational Commercial Surrogacy:
Risky bodies/bodies at risk.
Irene Shankar (Canada).
2. Clase social y origen como determinantes
de la salud de los hijos e hijas de familias
inmigradas en Catalunya.
Núria Roca Caparà, Carme Vega Monteagudo,
Cristina Hernando Rovirola (Spain).
2. Holding on to life: Managing to live well
at home in old age.
Kristin Bjornsdottir (Iceland).
3. The costs of (dis) counting care: a critical
analysis of the regulation of aged care
in Australia.
Luisa P Toffoli, Terri Gibson (Australia).
4. Domiciliary aged care for Indigenous
communities in regional, outer regional,
and remote locations: An Australian
naturalistic inquiry.
Goetz Ottmann, Anna Millicer (Australia).
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2. Negotiating diet; diabetes type 2
patient’s rationale across Europe.
Ingrid R Knutsen, Christina Foss (Norway).
3. Understanding the Influence the SocioEconomic Environment and Social Network
Mechanisms of Self Management In Europe.
Anne E Rogers, Ivo Vassilev, Christos Lionis,
Elka Todorova (United Kingdom).
4. Institutional approaches to self-management
of chronic conditions: fellowship, selfpresentation, healthy mindset, moral and healthpedagogy.
Dagmara Bossy, Christina Foss, Ingrid Ruud
Knutsen (Norway).
3. Embodying Risk: Navigating Discourses
of Risk and Responsibility during the 2009
H1N1 Pandemic.
Irene Shankar (Canada).
4. (In)security and the art of government:
the communication of risks in the
production and management of
contemporary vulnerable subjects.
Isabelle St-Pierre, Amélie Perron (Canada).
3. Las políticas neoliberales y el malestar
emocional: el caso de la población
inmigrante en Mallorca.
María Gómez Garrido, Miquel Àngel Oliver
4. Impacto en salud de la exclusión al
sistema sanitario.
Sebastià March LLull, Beatriz Alonso Reyes,
Carolina García Peraire, Francisca Bestard
Reus, Gemma Lorente, Damiana Pérez
Mariano, Trinidad Planas Juan, Aina Mascaró
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Room: Hall
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Chair: Andreu Bover
Chair: Sioban Nelson
Chair: Trudy Rudge
Chair: Niels Buus
Structural health Inequities
and care practices
Professional genealogy
Body “building”
Dementia care challenged
1. Conceptualizing health inequities:
a critical interrogation of conceptual
frameworks for understanding and
promoting health equity.
Olena Hankivsky, Daniel Grace (Canada).
1. Re-inventing artisans for 21st century
health care.
David A Nicholls (New Zealand).
1. The Postwar Woman as Slave to Her
Biology: Using Embodied History to
Demonstrate Gendered Health Inequities.
Heather M Stanley (Canada).
1. Moral Agency amidst Regulatory
Regimes in Nursing Homes
Pia C Kontos, Karen-Lee Miller, Gail Mitchell
2. Men with cancer. A critical
anthropological perspective on
inequalities in cancer rehabilitation.
Helle Ploug Hansen (Denmark).
2. Send in the Clowns!: Challenging
Existential Loss in Dementia
Pia C Kontos, Karen-Lee Miller, Gail Mitchell
3. Actually, I did not have any other
Karen Groven, Karen Synne Groven, Gunn
Engelsrud (Norway).
3. Eldercare as everybody’s concern? A
sideways view.
Christine Ceci (Canada).
2. Moving the State: Practicing citizenship
through the experience of illness in South
Hillary Birch (Canada).
3. Lack of awareness or lack of mindset
for tackling health inequities in developed
Martha Traverso-Yepez (Canada).
4. Frame Analysis of Care in the Current
Spanish Dependency Law (LAPAD).
Maria Antonia Carbonero Gamundí, Juana
Guillén Cifre (Spain).
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2. Suffrage suspended? Counter-narratives
of womens’ quest for professional
David A Nicholls (New Zealand).
3. (Re) thinking the historical political
impact of nursing through the work of
Donzelot and Foucault
Evy E Nazon, Amélie Perron, Thomas Foth
4. Bodies, voice and change: exploring the
construction of fat bodies in health.
Jenny Setchell, Michael Gard, Irmard
Tischner (Australia).
4. Meeting the needs of patients with
dementia: Findings from a qualitative
study of integrated health and social care
in Reykjavik.
Margrét Guðnadóttir, Kristín Björnsdóttir,
Sigríður Jónsdóttir (Iceland).
5. Narrative of women with fibromyalgia:
uncovering the gender dimensions of an
illness experience.
Maria Gómez Garrido, Patricia Roth Damas,
Monica Portillo, Mara Sempere, Vicente
Palop (Spain).
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Room: Sala de Graus
Sal 01a - Sal 01b
Sal 02b - Sal 06
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Chair: Maria Antònia Carbonero
Chair: Denise Gastaldo
Chair: Margalida Miró
Chair: Joan de Pedro
Critical Policy Analysis
PANEL: The Enactment of Social
Justice through Nursing Praxis
and knowledge utilization
ante la desigualdad social
(Session in Spanish: Micropolitics
and social inequity)
1. ‘Children of the Recession’: critical
policy analysis of a report card concerned
with child poverty.
Rochelle Einboden, Trudy Rudge (Australia).
1. Youth-Centered Participatory Action
Research: Creating Spaces of Resistance
and Change amid Inherent Inequities.
Abe Oudshoorn, Helene Berman (Canada).
2. Who is the elderly person? The
discourses in policies and regulations.
Isabela I Velloso, Meiriele Araujo (Brazil).
2. Dismantling Health Inequities through
Liberatory Curricula: An Emancipatory
Challenge to Nursing Education.
Paula N. Kagan (United States).
3. Children’s adverse experience in times
of hegemonic neo-liberalism.
Martha Traverso-Yepez (Canada).
4. Nietzsche, euthanasia - and the right
to die.
Pawel Krol (Canada).
3. Deconstructing Visual Hegemony:
Fighting for a Just Space for Voice and
Praxis within the Mechanics of Photovoice
Robin A. Evans-Agnew, Marie-Anne S.
Rosenberg , Doris Boutain (United States).
4. An Emancipatory Method to Identify
and Address Social Structures that
Perpetuate Health Inequities.
Margaret Pharris, Carol Pavlish (United
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1. A critical look at the process of
standardized assessment.
Camilla B Rossen (Denmark).
2. The social organization of the electronic
medical record: Nurses’ noticing
Janet M Rankin, Marie Campbell (Canada).
3. How Do Integrated Knowledge
Translation Partners Poise themselves to
use research findings to Improve Practice,
Programming, and Policy for Families
Living in Poverty?
Lesley Pullishy, Maria Mayan, Sanchia Lo,
Solina Richter, Jane Drummond (Canada).
1. Maternidad y Micropolítica de la
producción de cuidados.
Marta Benet Blasco, Margarida Pla
Consuegra (Spain).
3. Indicadores de desigualdad social e
inequidad en la problemática asociada al
abuso de substancias psicoactivas.
Patricia E Sanz de Alvarez, Patricia E Alvarez,
João C Alchieri (Brazil).
3. Pruebas Rápidas de VIH en población en
situación de prostitución y exclusión social.
Belén M Matesanz Mateu, Paloma Martín
Martín, Sara Rodríguez Caballero, Àngels
Moreno Vicens, Igor Ferrà Karaeva (Spain).
4. International Organization for
Standardization (ISO) as Neoliberal
Rationalities of Wellbeing: Successful
Resistance in the Game of Micro-Macro
Determinants of Health.
James P Ronan (Canada).
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Room: Hall
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Sal 01a - Sal 01b
Sal 02b - Sal 06
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Chair: Mary Ellen Purkis
Chair: Amélie Perron
Chair: Montserrat Gea
Chair: Carme Alorda
Families and health equity
(Neo)colonialism and oppression
Gender inequities
Derecho a la salud
(Session in Spanish: Health as a right)
1. The role of families in paediatric
physiotherapy: a critical analysis.
Clarissa A Cunha de Araujo, Berta Paz
Lourido, Sebastià Verger Gelabert (Spain).
1. Visible minority nurses: Socio-cultural
barriers to vertical mobility in hospitals.
Naima Bouabdillah, Dave Holmes, Jocelyne
Tourigny (Canada).
1. Boys, Bodies, and Gender in Scholastic
Health and Physical Education:
Implications for Health and Well-Being.
Patrick Jachyra (Canada).
2. Proposal of a thecnology for the
promotion of child development in the
context of equity in health.
Lisliane Aparecida Fracolli (Brazil).
2. Settler Colonialism and Neoliberal
Competency Measures.
Donna Jeffery (Canada).
2. Women, depressive disorders, and the
mental health services request/demand in
the French-speaking Canadian region: An
intersectional analysis.
Lilian Negura, Florina Gaborean (Canada).
3. Indentifying the barriers to achieving
equity in primary health care services in
Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Lisliane Aparecida Fracolli (Brazil).
4. Inequities, social determinants of
mental health and its relations with care
practices: a study in natal/RN/Brasil.
Luciana M Azevedo (Brazil).
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3. Nurturing Awareness on the Culture
of Oppression.
Angela D Banks, Chenit Ong-Flaherty
(United States).
4. Cultural Convictions vs Medical
Prescriptions: Assessing a Minors
Capacity to Consent.
Carey R DeMichelis (Canada).
3. Examining inequalities in intimate
partner violence against subaltern
women: Time to uproot the root cause, not
just any cause.
Laila Rahman (Canada).
4. Re-imagining fatherhood: Perinatal
child custody loss, poverty and parenting
at the margins.
Janet A Parsons, Natalie Baker, Katherine
Boydell, Patricia O’Campo, Hwang Stephen,
Sanjeev Sridharan, Allison Scott, Clara
Juando (Canada).
1. Tres años de políticas de austeridad en
el sistema sanitario español. Análisis de
la literatura sobre la promulgación del
Real Decreto 16/2012 y su impacto en la
Cristina Moreno Mulet, Margalida Miró
Bonet, Joaquín Valdivielso Navarro (Spain).
2. Observatorio del Derecho
a la Asistencia Sanitaria en Mallorca,
barreras de acceso a la salud para las
poblaciones más vulnerables.
Belén M Matesanz Mateu, Ana Pérez Ramírez,
Francisco Garrido Soler, Francisco Peña Gaya,
María José Fernández López, Miguel Ruiz
Veramendi (Spain).
3. El desarrollo de la competencia política de
las enfermeras: la indispensable aportación
profesional a la defensa del derecho a la salud.
Rosamaria Alberdi Castell (Spain).
4. Bienestar profesional ante la precarización
del sistema público de servicios sociales.
Fernanda Caro, Joana Maria Mestre (Spain).
Building: Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos
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Rooms: Sal 01a - Sal 01b
Sal 02b - Sal 05a - Sal 06
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 05a
Sal 06
Chair: Margalida Miró
Chair: Kristin Björnsdóttir
Chair: Concha Zaforteza
Chair: Denise Gastaldo
Chair: Elizabeth Peter
Poststructural discourse
Practising inclusion
Thinking critically
about team work
and health inequities
organizational practices
1. Mobilizing Desire: A Deleuzian
re-formation of movement.
Barbara Gibson, David Nicholls
1. The politics of implementing
policy in a New Zeland primary
health care arena.
Jenny Carryer (New Zeland).
1. Inequity at Emergency Departments. An Ethnographic Approach.
Stephanie Van Droogenbroeck
2. Epistemological Developments
of The Harm Reduction Paradigm
in Canada and the United
Rusty Souleymanov, Dan Allman
2. Developing a strategy for
targeting homelessness in
Salvador/BA, Brazil.
Renata M Veras, Gezilda B.
Souza, Wilton N. Figueredo
1. Advancing the Interdisciplinary
Collaborative Health Team
Model: Applying Democratic
Professionalism, Implementation
Science and Therapeutic Alliance
to Enact Social Justice Practice.
Nancy Murphy (United States).
1. The dilemma of project
organization: between welldefined projects and prospects
of learning in telecare and
welfare innovation.
Hilde Thygesen, Ingunn Moser
3. Popular media and (in)fertility:
A genealogical analysis.
Deborah A Payne, Joanne Fadyl
(New Zealand).
3. Providing A Forum for
Transgender Understanding
and Acceptance at a Jesuit
Stefan R Rowniak, Chenit OngFlaherty (United States).
4. Gay Men’s Sexual
Subjectivities in the Age of HIV/
AIDS: A discourse analysis of
activists’ experiences in Nova
Scotia, Canada.
Matthew S Numer (Canada).
5. Brothers-in-Cum: A
Critical Discourse Analysis of
Barebacking Rhetoric.
Dave Holmes (Canada).
4. Reformulating ‘Inclusion’:
a study with non-speaking
disabled youth.
Gail M Teachman, Barbara E
Gibson (Canada).
2. The social organization of
the electronic medical record:
Nurses’ noticing downgraded.
Janet M Rankin, Marie Campbell
2. Finding a Place for Me Outside the
Stereotypes: Creating an Action Plan
to Support the Mental Wellbeing of
Racialized Immigrant Women.
Fay Mahdieh Dastjerdi, Judith
MacDonnell, Nazilla Khanlou,
Wangari Tharao , Nimo Bokore,
Wairimu njoroge (Canada).
3. Nurses’ shift reports: A
systematic review and critique
of qualitative studies.
Niels Buus, Bente Hoeck
(Denmark), Bridget Hamilton
3. The Role of Gender and Ethnicity
in the Well-being and Integration
of Iranian and Afghan Older Adult
Immigrant Women in Canada.
Fay Mahdieh Dastjerdi, Afkham
Mardukhi, Adeena Niazi (Canada).
4. In praise of ignorance?
Towards an epistemology of
“unknowing” in nursing and
health care.
Amelie Perron (Canada), Trudy
Rudge (Australia).
4. “Gramma cannot be left alone”
Access and utilization of social and
health services by undocumented Latin
American immigrant women working in
Lleida (Catalonia, Spain).
Montse Gea-Sánchez, Denise Gastaldo,
Fidel Molina-Luque, Laura OteroGarcía, Joan Blanco-Blanco (Spain).
2. Interpersonal relationships
and policy workarounds: Using
theories of practice to examine
patient transitions from hospital
to home.
Jay Shaw, Pia Kontos, Wendy
Martin, Christina Victor (Canada).
3. Stigmatization perpetuated
by neoliberal austerity: The ED
nurses experience
Jem C Masters, Trudy Rudge,
Sandra West (Australia).
4. Social inequities in
international volunteer health
work: understanding entry point
and context.
Oona St-Amant (Canada).
Spanish Tapas Event at the La Paloma Restaurant.
Tickets for this event can be purchased at the webpage:
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Room: Sala de Graus
Sal 01a - Sal 01b
Sal 02b - Sal 06
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
Sal 01a
Sal 01b
Sal 02b
Sal 06
Chair: Sioban Nelson
Chair: Jay Shaw
Chair: Xim Valdivielso
Chair: Berta Paz
Being critical of inequalities
Emerging Critical Methods
Thinking with Foucault
Emerging discourses
in physiotherapy
1. The limits of the biopsychosocial
model for investigating inequalities in
David Pilgrim (United Kingdom).
1. Visual Methods for Health Equity.
Clara Juando-Prats, Jan Angus, Janet
Parsons, Diane Farmer (Canada).
1. Physiotherapist non-medical prescribing:
A policy of transforming community services,
service integration and the primacy of
orthopaedic surgery.
Nicky Wilson, Catherine Pope, Lisa Roberts,
Robert Crouch (United Kingdom).
1. Embodied ways of knowing
in physiotherapy - unexplored
Anne G. Langaas, Anne-Lise Middelthon
2. The Brazilian Nursing
and social inequalities
Kênia Silva, Roseni Sena (Brazil).
2. Physiotherapy at the intersection
between the claims of standardization
and individual adaptation.
Wenche Bjorbækmo (Norway).
3. “The changes that are going on”:
cultivating critical practices.
Christine Ceci, Mary Ellen Purkis, Francine
Wynn (Canada).
3. Picturing health, Picturing Life:
Participant Visual Narratives of Living
with Type 2 Diabetes.
Sarah Gurley-Green (United States).
4. Re-designing nurses’ work: How
Institutional Work Practices Perpetuate
Health Inequities in Small Community
Anne Bruce, Karen MacKinnon, Diane
Butcher (Canada).
4. Some keys to change. The role of
organic researcher and facilitators in a
Participatory Action Research.
Rosa F Miro-Bonet, Jaime Alberto Nicolau,
José Luís de Pablos, Carlos Calderón,
Concha Zaforteza (Spain).
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2. “Speaking Truth to Power” Knowledge,
health/care policy-making, and contradictory
Catherine van Mossel (Canada).
3. A Post-Structuralist Concept Analysis of
“Intellectual Disability” and its implications for
nursing practice.
Pierre Pariseau-Legault, Dave Holmes (Canada).
2. Does curing dominate at the cost
of caring in professional training of
physiotherapy students?
Tone Dahl-Michelsen (Norway).
3. The Experience of Practice-Based
Educators: Supporting Disabled
Physiotherapy Students.
Karen A Atkinson (United Kingdom).
4. A critical assessment of Foucault’s concept of
resistance: Understanding ethical conflicts and
actions of health professionals in Spain.
Cristina Moreno Mulet, Joaquín Valdivielso
Navarro, Margalida Miró Bonet (Spain).
Room: Hall
Building: Antoni Ma. Alcover
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Room: Salón de Actos
Building: Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos
Austerity measures and their impact in health: the European and
Spanish cases (Medidas de austeridad, e impacto en salud: el caso
europeo y español)
Keynote speaker: Dr. Helena Legido-Quigley
Simultaneous translation from Spanish to English
Closing Remarks
and Announcement of the 7th ISIH Conference (2017)
* Provided by the conference organization (no extra cost)
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