Dr Michelle Villeneuve

Lecturer, Occupational Therapy

C43J - J Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone 9356 7438

Curriculum vitae Curriculum vitae

Biographical details

Michelle Villeneuve recently moved to Sydney from Kingston, Ontario Canada where she was employed as an Associate Professor at the School of Rehabilitation Therapy (SRT), Queen's University.

Michelle has a professional occupational therapy background in community-based occupational therapy service delivery with children and families, primarily in early intervention and education contexts. Her PhD research investigated school-based occupational therapy collaborative consultation services and utilized participatory action research to support program administrators with decisions for program improvement.

Michelle's current research with HELPS Inc (www.helpsinc.ca) is a natural extension of her dissertation study. Michelle is currently leading the cross-case analysis of data from 13 case studies from four regions of Canada. This research will contribute understanding about the nature of cross-sector service coordination, collaborative working, and inclusion of students with developmental delays and disabilities during transition to school from multiple stakeholder perspectives. Michelle was co-investigator on a recent national research project, funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. As part of a National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions, this research examined the impact of living with a neurological condition in Canada (LINC) (www.ccmrg.ca/linc). Michelle was a core team member, leading project activities in Ontario. Data analysis, writing and dissemination are ongoing.

Teaching and supervision

Michelle's teaching has focused on disability theory, paediatric occupational therapy practice, and community development. Michelle arrived at academic teaching, curriculum development, and research as a result of her formative experiences in international community development.
Working with the International Centre for the Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR), Queen's University, Michelle has contributed to capacity development for rehabilitation service providers in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Russia. More recently, Michelle has contributed to program development and evaluation of community-based Social Care development in Sri Lanka, and Maternal Child Health and Disability development in Bangladesh.

Themes

Health Systems and Global Populations; Disability and Community

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C. (2010). Innovations in Rehabilitation Therapy and Nursing Education. In Elaine Van Melle, Sheila Pinchin, Laura McEwen, Libby Alexander (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Celebration of Teaching: Learning from Each Other: A Compendium of Innovative Teaching Strategies, (pp. 29-30). Ontario, Canada: Office of Health Sciences Education.

Journals

  • Versnel, J., Packer, T., Weeks, L., Brown, J., Godwin, M., Hutchinson, S., Kephart, G., Roger, K., Stadnyk, R., Villeneuve, M., et al (2013). The everyday experience of living with and managing a neurological condition: A study design. BioMed Central, 13(30), 1-11. [More Information]
  • Villeneuve, M., Chatenoud, C., Hutchinson, N., Minnes, P., Perry, A., Dionne, C., Frankel, E., Isaacs, B., Loh, A., Versnel, J., et al (2013). The experience of parents as their children with developmental disabilities transition from early intervention to kindergarten. Canadian Journal of Education, 36(1), 4-43.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N. (2012). Enabling outcomes for students with developmental disabilities through collaborative consultation. The Qualitative Report, 17(49), 1-29.
  • Villeneuve, M., Shulha, L. (2012). Learning together for effective collaboration in school-based occupational therapy practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79(5), 293-302. [More Information]
  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). A critical examination of school-based occupational therapy collaborative consultation. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76, 206-218.
  • Lysaght, R., Donnelly, C., Villeneuve, M. (2009). Factors Predicting Applicant Outcomes in Occupational Therapy Education. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(1), 38-47.
  • Villeneuve, M., Jamieson, M., Donnelly, C., Lava, J., White, C. (2009). Theory to Practice Learning: Two approaches. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 13(4).
  • Villeneuve, M., Maranda, S. (2005). Preparing Entry-Level Practitioners for Evidence-Based Practice. Canadian Health Libraries Association. Journal, 26, 13-21.
  • Paterson, M., Higgs, J., Wilcox, S., Villeneuve, M. (2002). Clinical reasoning and self-directed learning: Key dimensions in professional education and professional socialisation. Focus on Health Professional Education: a multi-disciplinary journal, 4(2), 5-21.
  • Paterson, M., Higgs, J., Wilcox, S., Villeneuve, M. (2001). Clinical reasoning and Self-directed learning: Key dimensions in professional education and professional socialization. Focus on Health Professional Education: a multi-disciplinary journal, 4(2).
  • Villeneuve, M., Paterson, M., O'Riordan, A., ten Hove, B., Hachey, R. (1999). International connections. After the war - Introducing Occupational Therapy in Bosnia – Herzegovina. Occupational Therapy Now, 1(1), 11-13.

Conferences

  • McQueen, M., Villeneuve, M. (2013). Expanding competence for community-level interventions in occupational therapy practice: Contributions of an innovative course on community development. Annual Celebration of Teaching, Learning and Scholarship in Health Sciences Education, Halifax, Canada: Queens University.
  • Packer, T., Versnel, J., Villeneuve, M., Roger, K., Hutchinson, S., Kephart, G., Stadnyk, R., MacKenzie, D., Warner, G., Weeks, L. (2013). Living everyday with a neurological condition: Results of the LINC study. Brain Injury Association of Canada Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Brain Injury Association of Canada.
  • Chenoweth, C., Mahoney, A., Villeneuve, M. (2013). Peer facilitation in inclusive preschool education. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference 2013, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Hunt, C., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2013). School-based allied health professionals perceptions of their roles and responsibilities in supporting participation outcomes for elementary school students with developmental delays and disabilities. CSSE Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Society for the Study of Education.
  • Hunt, C., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2013). Supporting Students with Developmental Delays and Disabilities at School: School-based Allied Health Professionals as a Resource for Participation. 2013 OADD Annual Conference, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Association Publishing.
  • Dods, J., Pyle, A., Dalton, C., Hutchinson, N., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2012). Enacting social inclusion in kindergarten: Hearing from parents and teachers in three case studies of children with developmental disabilities. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting 2012 - Non Satis Scire: To Know Is Not Enough, Washington, DC: AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION.
  • Chatenoud, C., Villeneuve, M., Dionne, C., Minnes, P. (2012). Parent collaboration with educators and health professionals during preschool transition. IASSID World Congress 2012, United States: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Burbidge, J. (2012). Predictors of advocacy in parents of young children with developmental delays and disabilities. IASSID World Congress 2012, United States: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Burbidge, J. (2012). Predictors of advocacy in parents of young children with developmental delays and disability. 2012 OADD Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Ontario Association Publishing.
  • Doble, A., Sheehan, L., Villeneuve, M., Pyle, A. (2012). The expectations for a kindergarten child with a developmental disability. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference 2012, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Packer, T., Versnel, J., Brown, J., Godwin, M., Hutchinson, S., Kephart, G., MacKenzie, D., Roger, K., Stadnyk, R., Villeneuve, M., et al (2012). The LINC Study: How a focus on everyday living has created a unique contribution to the National Population Study of Neurological Conditions. Occupational Therapy Atlantic Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Versnel, J., Chatenoud, C., Dionne, C., Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M. (2012). Transition experiences: Early childhood to public school programs for Canadian families with children with developmental and intellectual disability. IASSID World Congress 2012, United States: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Villeneuve, M., Dalton, C., Dods, J., Pyle, A., Hutchinson, N. (2011). Children with developmental disabilities: Parents and teachers working together. Annual Gateway Conference, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada: Queens University.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2011). Developing school-based occupational therapy through participatory action research methods. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N., Dods, J., Pyle, A., Dalton, C., Minnes, P., Arner, S. (2011). Elements of effective transition planning for children with developmental disabilities and delays: Learning from families, schools and agencies. CSSE 2011 Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Society for the Study of Education.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2011). Enabling outcomes for students with disabilities through collaborative consultation. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C., White, C. (2011). Integrating theory with practice through blended learning: An academic-clinical collaboration. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M., Versnel, J., Minnes, P. (2011). Interprofessional Learning about intellectual disability among Healthcare students. IPE Ontario 2011, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Interprofessional Health Collaborative.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N., Pyle, A., Dalton, C., Dods, J., Minnes, P. (2011). Parent experiences of inclusion for their child with developmental disability in education contexts. 135th AAIDD Annual Meeting: Inclusive Communities: Pathways to Realizing the Vision, Washington DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Hutchinson, N., Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Arner, S., Dods, J., Dalton, C., Pyle, A. (2011). Perspectives of pre-service teachers on inclusion of children with developmental disabilities: A mixed methods study. American Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2011 - Incitingthe Social Imagination: Education Research for the PublicGood, Not published: Not Published.
  • Chatenoud, C., Dionne, C., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2011). Quality of inclusion from early intervention to school programs for children with developmental disabilities. 135th AAIDD Annual Meeting: Inclusive Communities: Pathways to Realizing the Vision, Washington DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Jalovcic, D., Paterson, M., Villeneuve, M., Lysaght, R., Krupa, T., Ganasinghe, M., Krznaric, D., Peat, M. (2010). Community development in post tsunami Sri Lanka. 2010 Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N., Dalton, C., Dods, J., Pyle, A., Arner, S., Minnes, P. (2010). Effective Transition Planning Meetings for Children with Developmental Disabilities and Delays: Learning from the Experiences of Families, Agencies, and Schools. Ontario Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Arlington, United States: Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C., White, C. (2010). Exploring two blended-learning approaches designed to integrate disability theory and occupational therapy practice. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). Applying Social Cognition Theory to Inter-professional Collaboration: Implications for research and practice. Collaborating Across Borders, Halifax, Canada: Dalhousie University.

Report

  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). Governance of Social Care Centres in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka: Final Evaluation Report.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). Integrating gender sensitivity into the interprofessional education program on maternal child health and disability (IPODMCH): A formative evaluation.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2008). Developmental Disabilities Consulting Program – Interim Report.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2008). Governance of Social Care Centres in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka: A developmental program evaluation design.

Other

  • Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Frankel, E., Issacs, B. (2013), Research to Practice: Health Education and Learning Partnerships Promoting Social Inclusion of Young Children with Developmental Delays and Disability as they Transition into School (HELPS inc). Geneva Centre, Toronto, Ontario. Mar. 22, 2013.
  • Minnes, P., Hutchinson, N., Villeneuve, M. (2012), Research to Practice: Health Education and Learning Partnerships Promoting Social Inclusion of Young Children with Developmental Delays and Disability as they Transition into School (HELPS inc). Donald Gordon Centre, Queen’s University Nov. 9, 2012.
  • Donnelly, C., Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., White, C. (2011), Blended learning approaches: Integrating theory and occupational therapy practice. Centre for Teaching and Learning Workshop Tuesday May 10, 2011, 10:30 – 11:30.
  • Villeneuve, M., Loh, A., Green, P., Hutchinson, N. (2011), Enabling inclusion for students with developmental disability at school. Health and Well-being in Developmental Disability. Nov. 8, 2011. Toronto, ON, Abstract W21.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C., White, C. (2010), Implementing blended learning within clinical fieldwork education. Health Sciences Education Rounds, Queen’s University, Faculty of Health Sciences. May 13, 2010 at the Clinical Education Centre, Queens University.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2010), Supporting Educational Inclusion through Collaboration. Scholar Share, Graduate Studies in Education, Faculty of Education. October 18, 2010 11:45 – 12:45.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2010), Supporting Educational Inclusion through School-Based Occupational Therapy Collaborative Consultation. Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists Conference. September 25, 2010, 9:00 – 12:00.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2010), Using Developmental Work Research Methods to Support Inter-professional Collaboration in Practice. Health Sciences Education Rounds, Queen’s University, Faculty of Health Sciences. May 19, 2010 at the Clinical Education Centre, Queens University.

2013

  • McQueen, M., Villeneuve, M. (2013). Expanding competence for community-level interventions in occupational therapy practice: Contributions of an innovative course on community development. Annual Celebration of Teaching, Learning and Scholarship in Health Sciences Education, Halifax, Canada: Queens University.
  • Packer, T., Versnel, J., Villeneuve, M., Roger, K., Hutchinson, S., Kephart, G., Stadnyk, R., MacKenzie, D., Warner, G., Weeks, L. (2013). Living everyday with a neurological condition: Results of the LINC study. Brain Injury Association of Canada Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Brain Injury Association of Canada.
  • Chenoweth, C., Mahoney, A., Villeneuve, M. (2013). Peer facilitation in inclusive preschool education. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference 2013, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Frankel, E., Issacs, B. (2013), Research to Practice: Health Education and Learning Partnerships Promoting Social Inclusion of Young Children with Developmental Delays and Disability as they Transition into School (HELPS inc). Geneva Centre, Toronto, Ontario. Mar. 22, 2013.
  • Hunt, C., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2013). School-based allied health professionals perceptions of their roles and responsibilities in supporting participation outcomes for elementary school students with developmental delays and disabilities. CSSE Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Society for the Study of Education.
  • Hunt, C., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2013). Supporting Students with Developmental Delays and Disabilities at School: School-based Allied Health Professionals as a Resource for Participation. 2013 OADD Annual Conference, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Association Publishing.
  • Versnel, J., Packer, T., Weeks, L., Brown, J., Godwin, M., Hutchinson, S., Kephart, G., Roger, K., Stadnyk, R., Villeneuve, M., et al (2013). The everyday experience of living with and managing a neurological condition: A study design. BioMed Central, 13(30), 1-11. [More Information]
  • Villeneuve, M., Chatenoud, C., Hutchinson, N., Minnes, P., Perry, A., Dionne, C., Frankel, E., Isaacs, B., Loh, A., Versnel, J., et al (2013). The experience of parents as their children with developmental disabilities transition from early intervention to kindergarten. Canadian Journal of Education, 36(1), 4-43.

2012

  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N. (2012). Enabling outcomes for students with developmental disabilities through collaborative consultation. The Qualitative Report, 17(49), 1-29.
  • Dods, J., Pyle, A., Dalton, C., Hutchinson, N., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2012). Enacting social inclusion in kindergarten: Hearing from parents and teachers in three case studies of children with developmental disabilities. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting 2012 - Non Satis Scire: To Know Is Not Enough, Washington, DC: AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION.
  • Villeneuve, M., Shulha, L. (2012). Learning together for effective collaboration in school-based occupational therapy practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79(5), 293-302. [More Information]
  • Chatenoud, C., Villeneuve, M., Dionne, C., Minnes, P. (2012). Parent collaboration with educators and health professionals during preschool transition. IASSID World Congress 2012, United States: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Burbidge, J. (2012). Predictors of advocacy in parents of young children with developmental delays and disabilities. IASSID World Congress 2012, United States: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Burbidge, J. (2012). Predictors of advocacy in parents of young children with developmental delays and disability. 2012 OADD Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Ontario Association Publishing.
  • Minnes, P., Hutchinson, N., Villeneuve, M. (2012), Research to Practice: Health Education and Learning Partnerships Promoting Social Inclusion of Young Children with Developmental Delays and Disability as they Transition into School (HELPS inc). Donald Gordon Centre, Queen’s University Nov. 9, 2012.
  • Doble, A., Sheehan, L., Villeneuve, M., Pyle, A. (2012). The expectations for a kindergarten child with a developmental disability. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference 2012, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Packer, T., Versnel, J., Brown, J., Godwin, M., Hutchinson, S., Kephart, G., MacKenzie, D., Roger, K., Stadnyk, R., Villeneuve, M., et al (2012). The LINC Study: How a focus on everyday living has created a unique contribution to the National Population Study of Neurological Conditions. Occupational Therapy Atlantic Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Versnel, J., Chatenoud, C., Dionne, C., Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M. (2012). Transition experiences: Early childhood to public school programs for Canadian families with children with developmental and intellectual disability. IASSID World Congress 2012, United States: Blackwell Publishers.

2011

  • Donnelly, C., Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., White, C. (2011), Blended learning approaches: Integrating theory and occupational therapy practice. Centre for Teaching and Learning Workshop Tuesday May 10, 2011, 10:30 – 11:30.
  • Villeneuve, M., Dalton, C., Dods, J., Pyle, A., Hutchinson, N. (2011). Children with developmental disabilities: Parents and teachers working together. Annual Gateway Conference, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada: Queens University.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2011). Developing school-based occupational therapy through participatory action research methods. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N., Dods, J., Pyle, A., Dalton, C., Minnes, P., Arner, S. (2011). Elements of effective transition planning for children with developmental disabilities and delays: Learning from families, schools and agencies. CSSE 2011 Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Society for the Study of Education.
  • Villeneuve, M., Loh, A., Green, P., Hutchinson, N. (2011), Enabling inclusion for students with developmental disability at school. Health and Well-being in Developmental Disability. Nov. 8, 2011. Toronto, ON, Abstract W21.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2011). Enabling outcomes for students with disabilities through collaborative consultation. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C., White, C. (2011). Integrating theory with practice through blended learning: An academic-clinical collaboration. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M., Versnel, J., Minnes, P. (2011). Interprofessional Learning about intellectual disability among Healthcare students. IPE Ontario 2011, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Interprofessional Health Collaborative.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N., Pyle, A., Dalton, C., Dods, J., Minnes, P. (2011). Parent experiences of inclusion for their child with developmental disability in education contexts. 135th AAIDD Annual Meeting: Inclusive Communities: Pathways to Realizing the Vision, Washington DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
  • Hutchinson, N., Minnes, P., Villeneuve, M., Arner, S., Dods, J., Dalton, C., Pyle, A. (2011). Perspectives of pre-service teachers on inclusion of children with developmental disabilities: A mixed methods study. American Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2011 - Incitingthe Social Imagination: Education Research for the PublicGood, Not published: Not Published.
  • Chatenoud, C., Dionne, C., Villeneuve, M., Minnes, P. (2011). Quality of inclusion from early intervention to school programs for children with developmental disabilities. 135th AAIDD Annual Meeting: Inclusive Communities: Pathways to Realizing the Vision, Washington DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

2010

  • Jalovcic, D., Paterson, M., Villeneuve, M., Lysaght, R., Krupa, T., Ganasinghe, M., Krznaric, D., Peat, M. (2010). Community development in post tsunami Sri Lanka. 2010 Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Chile: World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
  • Villeneuve, M., Hutchinson, N., Dalton, C., Dods, J., Pyle, A., Arner, S., Minnes, P. (2010). Effective Transition Planning Meetings for Children with Developmental Disabilities and Delays: Learning from the Experiences of Families, Agencies, and Schools. Ontario Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Arlington, United States: Council for Exceptional Children.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C., White, C. (2010). Exploring two blended-learning approaches designed to integrate disability theory and occupational therapy practice. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C., White, C. (2010), Implementing blended learning within clinical fieldwork education. Health Sciences Education Rounds, Queen’s University, Faculty of Health Sciences. May 13, 2010 at the Clinical Education Centre, Queens University.
  • Jamieson, M., Villeneuve, M., Donnelly, C. (2010). Innovations in Rehabilitation Therapy and Nursing Education. In Elaine Van Melle, Sheila Pinchin, Laura McEwen, Libby Alexander (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Celebration of Teaching: Learning from Each Other: A Compendium of Innovative Teaching Strategies, (pp. 29-30). Ontario, Canada: Office of Health Sciences Education.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2010), Supporting Educational Inclusion through Collaboration. Scholar Share, Graduate Studies in Education, Faculty of Education. October 18, 2010 11:45 – 12:45.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2010), Supporting Educational Inclusion through School-Based Occupational Therapy Collaborative Consultation. Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists Conference. September 25, 2010, 9:00 – 12:00.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2010), Using Developmental Work Research Methods to Support Inter-professional Collaboration in Practice. Health Sciences Education Rounds, Queen’s University, Faculty of Health Sciences. May 19, 2010 at the Clinical Education Centre, Queens University.

2009

  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). A critical examination of school-based occupational therapy collaborative consultation. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76, 206-218.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). Applying Social Cognition Theory to Inter-professional Collaboration: Implications for research and practice. Collaborating Across Borders, Halifax, Canada: Dalhousie University.
  • Lysaght, R., Donnelly, C., Villeneuve, M. (2009). Factors Predicting Applicant Outcomes in Occupational Therapy Education. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(1), 38-47.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). Governance of Social Care Centres in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka: Final Evaluation Report.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2009). Integrating gender sensitivity into the interprofessional education program on maternal child health and disability (IPODMCH): A formative evaluation.
  • Villeneuve, M., Jamieson, M., Donnelly, C., Lava, J., White, C. (2009). Theory to Practice Learning: Two approaches. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 13(4).

2008

  • Villeneuve, M. (2008). Developmental Disabilities Consulting Program – Interim Report.
  • Villeneuve, M. (2008). Governance of Social Care Centres in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka: A developmental program evaluation design.

2005

  • Villeneuve, M., Maranda, S. (2005). Preparing Entry-Level Practitioners for Evidence-Based Practice. Canadian Health Libraries Association. Journal, 26, 13-21.

2002

  • Paterson, M., Higgs, J., Wilcox, S., Villeneuve, M. (2002). Clinical reasoning and self-directed learning: Key dimensions in professional education and professional socialisation. Focus on Health Professional Education: a multi-disciplinary journal, 4(2), 5-21.

2001

  • Paterson, M., Higgs, J., Wilcox, S., Villeneuve, M. (2001). Clinical reasoning and Self-directed learning: Key dimensions in professional education and professional socialization. Focus on Health Professional Education: a multi-disciplinary journal, 4(2).

1999

  • Villeneuve, M., Paterson, M., O'Riordan, A., ten Hove, B., Hachey, R. (1999). International connections. After the war - Introducing Occupational Therapy in Bosnia – Herzegovina. Occupational Therapy Now, 1(1), 11-13.

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