Journal articles

  • Bulk, L. Y., Easterbrook, A., Roberts, E., Groening, M., Murphy, S., Lee, M., Ghanouni, P., Gagnon, J. & Jarus, T. (2017). ‘We are not anything alike’: marginalization of health professionals with disabilities. Disability & Society, 32(5), 615-634.


  • Easterbrook, A., Bulk, L., Ghanouni, P., Lee, M., Opini, B., Roberts, E., Prahar, G. & Jarus, T. (2015). The legitimization process of students with disabilities in Health and Human Service educational programs in Canada. Disability & Society, 30(10), 1505-1520.


  • Easterbrook, A., Bulk, L.Y., Jarus, T., Hahn, B., Ghanouni, P., Lee, M., Groening, M., Opini, B., & Parhar, G. University gatekeepers’ use of the rhetoric of citizenship to relegate the status of students with disabilities in Canada, accepted for publication in Disability and Society, 25.7.2018, doi: 10.1080/09687599.2018.1505603


  • Eli Langørgen & Eva Magnus (2018) ‘We are just ordinary people working hard to reach our goals!’ Disabled students’ participation in Norwegian higher education, Disability & Society, DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2018.1436041


  • Jarus, T. and Douglas, A. (2018). CAOT Professional Issue Forum: Collaboration on inclusive education. Occupational Therapy Now, 20, 13-15.


Conference publications

CHES poster: My Accessibility Plan: Facilitating Access to Health and Human Service Education

International Collaboration for Inclusive Campus _WOFT_TAL JARUS

Mental Health Awareness Club poster_Michael Lee

Disabled AND competent: Professional Identity formation processes of healthcare students and clinicians with disabilities