Group Concept Mapping Publications Spotlight December 2022

Group Concept Mapping Publications Spotlight December 2022

We are pleased to be part of the great work our clients are doing. This month we are highlighting these recent Group Concept Mapping publications authored by our clients.

December 2022

Congratulations authors!

Keller, A. O. (2021). A healthy life for African American Women Caregivers: A Concept Mapping Study. Women’s Health Issues, 31(2), 130–139.

Cloutier, L. M., Renard, L., & Arcand, S. (2021). Collective strategic action conceptualisations by Quebec Craft Microdistillers: A mixed methods-based approach. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 44(2), 177.

Deborah Ziring, Rhea Powell, Urvashi Vaid, Garrison Nord, Nathan L’Etoile & Steven Herrine (2022) A Cautionary Tale: Exploring Stakeholder Emotions During Curricular Change Using Group Concept Mapping, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, DOI: 10.1080/10401334.2021.2017942

Crooks, C. V., Dunlop, C., & Short, K. (2022). A structured conceptualization of implementation-sensitive interventions for school mental health. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 1–17. 

Aagesen, M., Pilegaard, M. S., Hauken, M. A., Wæhrens, E. E., & la Cour, K. (2022). Users’ perspective on rehabilitation interventions for young adult cancer survivors: A group concept mapping study. European Journal of Cancer Care, 31(6).

Morley, D., Turner, G., Roberts, A. H., Lidums, M., Melvin, I., Nicholson, M., & Donaldson, A. (2022). What do coaches want to know about identifying, developing, supporting and progressing athletes through a national performance pathway? Sports Coaching Review, 1–24. 

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