Lynn Shaw, PhD
School of Occupational Therapy
Room 2542, Elborn College
519 661-2111 x88971
- BScOT, MSc, PhD (Western University)
Faculty Scholar: 2013-15
- Part-time Faculty - McMaster University, Rehabilitation Science
- Cross Appointment Associate Member - University of Toronto, Rehabilitation Science
- Stellenbosch University - Graduate Supervisor
Supervising Graduate Students
- Work Transitions and Work Disparities
- Return to Work
- Workplace health, accessibility, ergonomics, and wellbeing
- Enabling consumer participation and occupational transitions to support community and full participation of persons in society
- Advancing the inclusion of persons with disabilities, youth, vulnerable populations, older workers in meaningful productive community occupations
- Occupational justice
- Evaluating hearing accessibility, cognitive and behavioural demands, and social, cultural, and political influences in the workplace
- Canadian Injured Workers Alliance
- Canadian Society of Occupational Scientists
- Occupational Science
- Assessing Worker and Workplace
- Return to Work and Work Transitions
- 2013-2014: Faculty Scholar Western University
- 2013: Clinical Award – Best Paper World Chiropractic Congress Durban, South Africa
- 2014: Townsend Polatajko Lectureship
- President of Canadian Society of Occupational Science: 2011-2013
- Steering Committee Chair – Network of Educational Influential Occupational Therapists for OSOT, IWH and COTO: 2006-2010
- Interprofessional member for the Canadian Chiropractic Association – Guidelines Development Committee: 2006 -2013
- Shaw L. (2012). Knowledge transfer: making information work. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 475-476.
- Shaw L. (2012). Getting the message across: principles for developing brief-Knowledge Transfer (b-KT) communiques. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 477-481.
- Poost-Foroosh L, Jennings MB, Shaw L, Meston CN & Cheesman MF. (2011). Factors in client-clinician interaction that influence hearing aid adoption. Trends in Amplification, 15(3), 127-139.
- Prodinger B, Shaw L & van Bruggen H. (2012). Perspectives on European work-related education, practice and research. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 423-424.
- Shaw L & Jacobs K. (2012). Advancing the knowledge base on work transitions in the 21st century. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 367-368.
- To-Miles F & Shaw L. (2012). Knowledge transfer with children and adolescents in prmoting comfort, health, and safety in technology use: strategies and opportunities. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 387-397.
- Shaw L, Shaw N and CIWA Board 2010. (2012). Work Transition Tips: Helping workers get the right information at the right time. Canadian Injured Workers Alliance. Republished in Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation,41, 483-484, DOI:10.3233/WOR-2012-1424.
- Shaw L. (2011). Knowledge transfer in work practice: Challenging the status quo to meet the needs of end users. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 40(3), 337-341.
- Shaw L, Jacobs K, Rudman D, Magalhaes L, Huot S, Prodinger B, Mandich A, Hocking C, Akande V, Backman C, Bossers A, Bragg M, Bryson M, Cowls J, Dale Stine S, Dawe E, Dennhardt S, Dennis D, Foster J, Friesen M, Galheigo S, Gichuri J, Hughes I, Isaac A, Jarus T, Kinsella EA, Klinger L, Leyshon R, Lysaght R, McKay E, Orchard T, Phelan S, Ravenek M, Rebeiro Gruhl K, Robb L, Stadnyk R, Sumsion T & Suto M. (2012). Directions for advancing the study of work transitions in the 21st century. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 369-377.
- Prodinger B, Shaw L, Rudman DL & Townsend E. (2012). Arthritis-related occupational therapy: making invisible ruling relations visible using institutional ethnography. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75(10), 463-470.
- Leyshon R & Shaw L. (2012). Using multiple stakeholders to define a successful return to work: a concept mapping approach. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 397-408.