Isabel Dyck mostly deals with Gender studies, Health care, Nursing, Human geography and Constitution. Her Gender studies study combines topics in areas such as Social environment and Social isolation. Her Health care research incorporates elements of Socioeconomic status and Public relations.
While the research belongs to areas of Nursing, Isabel Dyck spends her time largely on the problem of Field, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Family caregivers. Isabel Dyck interconnects Empirical research and Social theory in the investigation of issues within Human geography. Her Health policy research includes elements of Social determinants of health, Demographic economics, Representation and Environmental health.
Gender studies, Health care, Nursing, Health geography and Public relations are her primary areas of study. Her study connects Sociology of health and illness and Gender studies. Her studies in Health care integrate themes in fields like Multiculturalism and Negotiation.
Isabel Dyck combines subjects such as Field and Ethnography with her study of Nursing. Isabel Dyck has researched Public relations in several fields, including Social psychology, Health education and Health promotion. Isabel Dyck studied Health promotion and Health policy that intersect with Socioeconomic status, Environmental health, Social determinants of health and Health equity.
Isabel Dyck mainly investigates Gender studies, Health care, Geography, Nursing and Embodied cognition. Her work deals with themes such as Social science and Representation, which intersect with Gender studies. Her Health care study incorporates themes from Masculinity and Management.
Her Nursing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Gerontology and Social dynamics. She works mostly in the field of Embodied cognition, limiting it down to concerns involving Migrant workers and, occasionally, Social psychology and Public relations. Her Public relations research integrates issues from Promotion, Globalization and Reproductive health.
Her primary areas of study are Health care, Gender studies, Care work, Public relations and Representation. Her research in Health care intersects with topics in Family caregivers and Social dynamics. The various areas that Isabel Dyck examines in her Gender studies study include Management and Medical tourism.
Care work combines with fields such as Gerontology, Nursing, Migrant workers, Reproductive care and Hierarchy in her research. Her studies deal with areas such as Economic growth, Promotion, Social psychology and Embodied cognition as well as Public relations. Her Representation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Photo elicitation and Well-being.
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Social determinants of health in Canada's immigrant population: results from the National Population Health Survey.
James R Dunn;Isabel Dyck.
Social Science & Medicine (2000)
The home as a site for long-term care: meanings and management of bodies and spaces.
Isabel Dyck;Pia Kontos;Jan Angus;Patricia McKeever.
Health & Place (2005)
The personal significance of home: habitus and the experience of receiving long-term home care.
Jan Angus;Pia Kontos;Isabel Dyck;Patricia McKeever.
Sociology of Health and Illness (2005)
Feminist geography, the ‘everyday’, and local–global relations: hidden spaces of place‐making*
Canadian Geographer (2005)
Hidden geographies: the changing lifeworlds of women with multiple sclerosis.
Social Science & Medicine (1995)
Transforming the relations of research: towards culturally safe geographies of health and healing
Isabel Dyck;Robin Kearns.
Health & Place (1995)
Space, Time, and Renegotiating Motherhood: An Exploration of the Domestic Workplace
Environment and Planning D-society & Space (1990)
Place, health and home: gender and migration in the constitution of healthy space.
Isabel Dyck;Parin Dossa.
Health & Place (2007)
Individual and Societal Influences on Participation in Physical Activity Following Spinal Cord Injury: A Qualitative Study
Stephen M Levins;Darlene M Redenbach;Isabel Dyck.
Physical Therapy (2004)
Women with Multiple Sclerosis and Employment Issues: A Focus on Social and Institutional Environments:
Isabel Dyck;Lyn Jongbloed.
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy (2000)
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