JIBC Faculty Publications

Following is a select list of JIBC Faculty, Staff and Reseach Associates with recent publications.  

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Office of Applied Research & Graduate Studies / Office of the President

Dr. Greg Anderson, Dean, Office of Applied Research & Graduate Studies (OARGS).  Representative publications (Occupational):

Anderson, G. S., Vaughan, A. D., & Mills, S. (2017).  Building personal resilience in paramedic students.  Journal of Community Safety & Well- Being, 2(2), 1-4.  Retrieved from https://www.journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/article/view/44/80

Anderson, G.  (2017).  Guest editorial.  International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 34(2), 82.  doi:10.1108/IJILT-01-2017-0005.  Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJILT-01-2017-0005

Anderson, G.  (2016). Guest editorial.  International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 33 (3), n.p.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJILT-04-2016-0013 “Understanding how to support teaching and learning, and the learning needs of the next generation of learners, is important for students’ intellectual development and their readiness to contribute to a thriving economy upon graduation. *Full editorial: www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/IJILT-04-2016-0013

Anderson, G. S., Deluigi, F., Belli, G., Tentoni, C., & Gaetz, M. B. (2016).  Training for improved neuro-muscular control of balance in middle aged females.  Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies 20(1), 10-18.  doi:10.1016/j.jbmt.2015.01.007  Available at: http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1SYlU4rR6w6NDx

Petersen, S. R. & Anderson, G. S.  (2016). Editorial.  Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism,  41, i – ii.  dx.doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2016-0105

Petersen, S., Anderson, G., Tipton, M., Docherty, D., Graham, T., et al., (2016).Towards Best Practice in Physical and Physiological Employment Standards. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 41(6 (Suppl. 2)): S47-S62. 

Anderson, G. S., & Bowles, R.  (2015). Characteristics of the grey fleet in British Columbia.  Road and Transport Research, 24(1), 27-36.

Murphy, B.L., Anderson, G.S., Bowles R., Cox, R.S.(2014). Planning for disaster resilience in rural, remote, and coastal communities: Moving from thought to action. Journal of Emergency Management 10(2), 105-120. 

Anderson, G. (2014). Introductory Note "Digital Uptake in Higher Education". Campus Wide Information Systems, Vol. 31 Iss:4.

Söderström, T., Åström J., Anderson, G., Bowles, R.. (2014) A Framework for the Design of Computer-assisted Simulation Training for Complex Police Situations. Campus Wide Information Systems, Vol. 31 Iss:4.

Evriklea Dogoriti, E., Pange, J., Anderson, G. (2014) The Use of Social Networking and Learning Management Systems in English Language Teaching in Higher Education. Campus Wide Information Systems, Vol. 31 Iss:4.

Anderson, G. & Whitefield, T. (2013). Guest editorial: Creating impactful e-learning experiences. Campus-Wide Information Systems. 30(3), 164.

Anderson, G.S.,M. Gaetz., M. Holzmann and P. Twist.  (2013). Comparison of EMG activity during stable and unstable push-up. European Journal of Sport Science.13(I): 42-48.

Anderson, G.S., M. Gaetz, and C. Statz. (2012) CPR skill retention of first aid attendants within the workplace. Pre-hospital and Disaster Medicine. 27(4).

Anderson, G.S., A. Courtney, D.B. Plecas, C. Chamberlin. (2012). Multitasking behaviours of general duty police officers. Police Practice & Research. 6(1): 41-50.

Anderson, G.S., M. Gaetz, J. Masse. (2011). First aid skill retention of first aid attendants within the workplace. Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 19(11).   

Anderson, G.S., A. Zutz and D. Plecas. (2011). Police officer back health. Journal of Criminal Justice Research. 2(1).

Anderson, G.S., D. Plecas. (2010) Emergency warning lights. Journal of Criminal Justice Research. 1(2).

Tinsley, P.N., D.B. Plecas and G.S. Anderson. (2003) Studying public perceptions of police officer grooming standards. The Police Chief. 70(11): 42-45.

Anderson, G.S., D.B. Plecas, R. Litzenberger. (2002) Physical evidence of police officer stress. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. 25: 399-420.

Anderson, G.S., D.B. Plecas. (2000). Predicting shooting scores from physical performance data. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. 23(4): 525-537.

Anderson, G.S., R. Ward and I.B. Mekjavic. (1995). Gender differences in physiological reactions to thermal stress. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 71:95-101.

Selected publications Dr. Greg Anderson

Dr. Ron Bowles, Associate Dean, Centre for Applied Research, OARGS.  His research focuses on the development of clinical judgment of paramedics within immersive high-fidelity simulation environments. He is currently president of the Society for Prehospital Educators in Canada and an associate member of the Centre for Health Education Scholarship, Faculty of Medicine, UBC.

Bowles, R.  (2017).  Paramedicine in British Columbia:  A profile of current research and operational initiatives.  Ambulance Today, 2(14), 79-81.  Retrieved from http://www.ambulancetoday.co.uk/Summer2017/index.html?pageNumber=79

Tavares, W., Bowles, R., & Donelon, B.  (2016).  Informing a Canadian paramedic profile:  Framing concepts, roles and crosscutting themes.  BMC Health Services Research, 16, 477.  doi: 10.1186/s12913-016-1739-1

Steenkamp, M., Hutton, A. E., Ranse, J. C., Lund, A., Turris, S. A., Bowles, R., Arbuthnott, K., and Arbon, P. A.  (2016).  Exploring international views on key concepts for mass-gathering health through a Delphi process.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 31(4), 1-11.  doi:10.1017/S1049023X1600042X

Young, M.M., Diedrich, K., Pirie, T., Lund, A., Turris, S., & Bowles, R. (2015).  Preventing drug-and alcohol-related harms at music festivals in Canada.  Ottawa, ON: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.

Anderson, G. S., & Bowles, R.  (2015).  Characteristics of the grey fleet in British Columbia.  Road and Transport Research, 24(1), 27-36. 

Bowles, R.  (2014).  Excellence in paramedic education.  Canadian paramedicine 37(3), 36-37.  available in-print at the JIBC Library

Read a great interview with Ron Bowles:  Jensen, J., Blanchard, I.E., & Bigham, B.L.  (2014).  Spotlight on science:  Excellence in paramedic research.  Canadian paramedicine 37(3), 19-20. available in-print at the JIBC Library.

Murphy, B.L., Anderson, G.S., Bowles R., Cox, R.S.(2014). Planning for disaster resilience in rural, remote, and coastal communities: Moving from thought to action. Journal of Emergency Management 10(2): 105-120. 

Söderström, T., Åström J., Anderson, G., Bowles, R.. (2014) A Framework for the Design of Computer-assisted Simulation Training for Complex Police Situations. Campus Wide Information Systems, Vol. 31 Iss:4

Turris, S.A., Lund, A., & Bowles, R. (2014). An analysis of mass casualty incidents in the setting of mass gatherings and special events.  Disaster Medicine and Public Health 8(2): 143-149.  doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/dmp.2014.24

Bowles, R.R. (2013). From diagnosis to discernment:  Fostering the development of clinical judgment of paramedic learners in immersive high fidelity simulations.(Doctoral dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC).

Bowles, R. R.(2013) High Fidelity Simulation in Canadian Paramedic Education. Canadian Paramedicine. 36(4): 40-41.

Qayumi, K., Donn, S., Zheng, B., Young, L., Dutton, J., Adamack, M., &  Bowles, R.. (2013). British Columbia interprofessional model for simulation-based education in health care:  A network of simulation sites.  Simulation in Healthcare, 7 (5), 295-307.  Av http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/SIH.0b013e31825e8daa

Bowles, R.R. (2010) Going around in circles: Learning styles and learning cycles. Canadian Emergency News, 33(6), 63–64.

Bowles, R.R. (2010). More than good sight lines: What makes an effective learning environment? Canadian Emergency News, 33(1), 40–42.

Bowles, R.R. (2009). From learning activities to the meaning of life: Fostering professionalism in Canadian paramedic education. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care. 7(4).

Porter, R. S. & Bowles, R. R. (2005). Essentials of Paramedic Care Workbook. 1st Canadian Edition. Volume I and II. Don Mills, ON: Pearson Education. 

Bledsoe, B.E. Porter, R. S., & Cherry, R. A. (2005). Essentials of Paramedic Care. 1st Canadian Edition. Volume I and II. Don Mills, ON: Pearson Education. Contributor for Canadian edition.

Tara Horkoff, MSc, Former faculty.  Tara was an Instructor with the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma (LESD). Tara has a post-bachelor diploma and a Master’s of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Leicester.

Horkoff, T. (2012).  Evaluating the value of reflective journaling in training municipal police recruits in British Columbia to promote successful interactions with mental health consumers. (Masters Thesis).  Leicester, UK:  University of Leicester, Dept. of Criminology. JIBC Library:  HV 7923 H675.

Steven Mills, M.A., Program Manager, Practice Education and Advanced Care Paramedic Program, Health Science Division. Steen is a graduate student, School of Leadership Studies, Master of Leadership, Royal Roads University.

Anderson, G. S., Vaughan, A. D., & Mills, S. (2017).  Building personal resilience in paramedic students.  Journal of Community Safety & Well- Being, 2(2), 1-4.  Retrieved from https://www.journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/article/view/44/80

Jack McGee, Retired  (2012) President, JIBC

Bellisario, L.M., McGee, J., & Nirupama, N. (2012).  Emergency management education in Canada:  A view from the crossroads.  In C.E. Haque & D. Etkin (Eds.), Disaster risk and vulnerability:  Mitigation through mobilizing communities and  partnerships.  Montreal, PQ:  McGill-Queen’s University Press. JIBC Library:  HV 551.2 D57 2012

Ray Monteith, M.A., Researcher, SIMTEC project. Greg Anderson (Dean, OARGS) was his Project Sponsor and Laurie Pearce (Research Chair, JIBC)  was his Academic Supervisor.

Monteith, R., & Pearce, L. D. R. (2015).  Self-care decontamination within a chemical exposure mass-casualty incident.
Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 30(3), 288-296. doi:10.1017/S1049023X15004677

Monteith, R.G. (2013). Validation of a hazmat/cbrn decontamination protocol within a Canadian context.  (Master's thesis, Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC). JIBC Library Call Number:  T 55.3 H3 M66 2013

Dr. Tannis Morgan, Associate Dean, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation, OARGS. Tannis has her Ph.D. from UBC in the area of Language and Literacy Education.

Morgan, T. (2016, July).  Future considerations in the adoption of educational technologies.  Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education.  Retrieved from www.icicte.org/Papers_ICICTE2016/0.2%20Keynote_Tannis%20Morgan.pdf

Bullen, M., Morgan, T., & Qayyum, A. (2011). Digital learners in higher education: Generation is not the issue. Canadian Jouranl of Learning and Teachnology, 37(1), 1-24.

Morgan, T. (2008). The negotiation of teaching presence in international online contexts.(Doctoral dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC). The JIBC Library has a copy of Tannis’ Ph.D. thesis in-print at LC 5803 C65 M676. It is also online 

R. Laurie Pearce M.S.W., M.A., PhD. is a JIBC Research Associate, a part-time associate faculty with JIBC and past Research Chair for SIMTEC.  She is an associate faculty member in the Royal Roads Mast of Arts in Disaster and Emergency management program and an adjunct faculty memer at BCIT. 

Vaughan, A. D., Moran, C. B., Pearce, L. D. R., & Hearty, L.  (2016). The influence of organizational support on the life course of trauma in emergency responders from British Columbia.  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.  Advance online publication.  doi: 10.1080/15555240.2016.1195693 Read the abstract here:  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15555240.2016.1195693

Monteith, R., & Pearce, L. D. R. (2015).  Self-care decontamination within a chemical exposure mass-casualty incident.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 30(3), 288-296. doi:10.1017/S1049023X15004677

Javor, A. J., Pearce, L. D. R., Thompson, A. J., & Moran, C. B.  (2014).  Modeling psychosocial decision making in emergency operations centres.  International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 32 (3), 484-507. 

Dr. Stuart Ruttan, Associate Dean, Centre for Graduate Studies & Academic Planning, OARGS

Ruttan, S. (2005) A study of the influences affecting language teacher educators' perspectives in Vancouver: landscapes and soundscapes .  University of Nottingham, School of Education. Ph.D theis. Copy inthe JIBC LibraryP 57 C26 R887 2005 . 

Dr.  Michel Tarko, President, JIBC. His background is in psychiatric nursing with special interest in working with individuals living with developmental handicaps, acute psychiatric and mental nursing, forensic and correctional nursing, and palliative care. He is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse (RPN) and completed his PhD at UBC (A grounded theory study of the experience of spirituality among persons living with schizophrenia).

Tarko, M. A., & Helewka, A. M. (2011).  Psychiatric nursing education at Douglas College.  In B. Neuman, & J. Fawcett (Eds.), The Neuman systems model (pp.216-220).  Boston, MA: Pearson. The book containing this chapter (RT 84.5 N474 2010), as well as his Ph.D. thesis (RC 514 T37 2002), is available now in the JIBC Library.

Adam Vaughan is a PhD candidate and works as a researcher with the JIBC OARGS.  His research at the JIBC focuses on the victimization and psychosocial well-being of emergency responders in Canada.

Vaughan, A. D., Hewitt, A. N., Andresen, M. A., Verdun-Jones, S., & Brantingham, P. L. (2017). The importance of gender in the spatial distribution of police interactions involving emotionally disturbed persons: An examination of call types. Policing and Society, 1-18. doi:10.1080/10439463.2017.1373110

Anderson, G. S., Vaughan, A. D., & Mills, S. (2017).  Building personal resilience in paramedic students.  Journal of Community Safety & Well- Being, 2(2), 1-4.  Retrieved from https://www.journalcswb.ca/index.php/cswb/article/view/44/80

Vaughan, A. D., Zabkiewicz, D. M. & Verdun-Jones, S. N. (2017).  In custody deaths of men related to mental illness and substance use:  A cross-sectional analysis of administrative records in Ontario, Canada.  Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 48, 1-8. 

Vaughan, A. D., Moran, C. B., Pearce, L. D. R., & Hearty, L.  (2016). The influence of organizational support on the life course of trauma in emergency responders from British Columbia.  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.  Advance online publication.  doi: 10.1080/15555240.2016.1195693. Read the abstract here:  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15555240.2016.1195693

Vaughan, A. D., Hewitt, A. N., Andresen, M. A., & Brantingham, P. L. (2015).  Exploring the role of the environmental context in the spatial distribution of  calls-for-service associated with emotionally disturbed persons.  Policing:  A Journal of Policy and Practice. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1093/police/pav040

Dr. Bethan Lloyd was a researcher with the SIMTEC project. Bethan received her PhD from Dalhousie University in the Social Organization of Knowledge and her MA from the University of Toronto in Community Psychology. She has taught research at the undergraduate and graduate level in Vancouver, Halifax and Toronto.  Her recent work focuses on the social determinants of health for Black Canadians living in Calgary, Halifax and Toronto.

Thandi, G., & Lloyd, B. (2011).  "This is a man’s problem":  Strategies for working with South Asian male perpetrators of intimate partner violence.  New Westminster, BC:  Justice Institute of British Columbia.  Also, available in print at the JIBC Library:  HQ 1090.7 I4 T55

James, C., Thomas Bernard, W., Este, D., Benjamin, A., Lloyd, B. & Turner, T. (2010). Race and well-being: The lives, hopes and activism of African Canadians. Halifax, NS: Fernwood Press.

Gary Thandi, MSW, RSW, Doctorate in Education Candidate. He works part-time as a research Sessional with the Centre for Applied Research at JIBC and part-time with the Children’s Partnership of Surrey-White Rock. He has also worked as a probation officer in Abbotsford, and a counsellor, program manager and clinical supervisor in Surrey and a supervisor with the Moving Forward Family Services.

Thandi, G. (2013)  (2013) A tale of two clients: criminal justice system failings in addressing the needs of South Asian communities of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.  South Asian Diaspora. 5(2) 211-221.

Thandi, G. (2012).  Working with South Asian male perpetrators of intimate partner violence in British Columbia.  Probation Journal, 59 (3), 219-234.
 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0264550512448451

Thandi, G., & Lloyd, B. (2011).  "This is a man’s problem":  Strategies for working with South Asian male perpetrators of intimate partner violence.  New Westminster, BC:  Justice Institute of British Columbia.  Also, available in print at the JIBC Library:  HQ 1090.7 I4 T55 2011

Thandi, G. (2011). Towards Healthier Violence-free South Asian Families.

Thandi, G. (2010). Jarnail and Pritam. Visions: BC’s Mental Health and Addictions Journal, 26(3), 12.  

School of Health, Community & Social Justice

Dr. Carol Amaratunga,  JIBC Research Associate Emerita (SOHS, SPSS, SCSJ). Carol is  an Adjunct Professor at the School of Public Health and Social Policy, University of Victoria. Representative publications: 

Amaratunga. C. (2012). Stand Up for Paramedic Practice. International Paramedic Practice,1 (5), 155-160.

Amaratunga, C., Bisaillon, L., Murangira, F., Kalinda, L., Rowe, M., & Farber, A. (2011). The story of the GOAL 'unproject': The Global AIDS Ottawa Link Project and the empowerment of African and Caribbean communities. In D. Spitzer (Ed.), Engendering migrant health: Canadian perspectives. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Phillips, K., O’Sullivan, T., Dow, D., Amaratunga C. (2011). Infectious Respiratory Disease Outbreaks and Pregnancy: Occupational Health and Safety Concerns of Canadian Nurses.Prehospital and Disaster Medicine (Cambridge University) 26(2): 114-121.  

Leiss, W., Tyshenko, M.G., Krewski, D., Cashman, N., Lemyre, L., Al-Zoughool, M. and Amaratunga, C.(2010). "Managing the risks of bovine spongiform encephalopathy: A Canadian perspective". International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management. Vol. 14, No. 5, pp.381-436. ol. 14, No.5, pp.381–436.

O’Connor, E., O’Sullivan, T., Amaratunga, C., Thille, P., Phillips, K., Carter, M., Lemyre, L. (2009) Risk Communication with Nurses during Infectious Disease Outbreaks: learning from SARS. Journal of Emergency Management. 7(5): 48-56.

Mitra, D., Amaratunga, C., Sutherns, R., Pletsch, V., Corneil, W., Crowe, S., & Krewski, D. (2009). The Psychosocial and Socio-economic Consequences of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE): A Community Impact Study. Journal of Toxicology and Environment. Part A, 72 (17/18), 1106-1112.

Book Chapters:

Amaratunga, C., Phillips, K., O’Sullivan, T., O’Connor, M., Lemyre, E., Boscoe, L., & Krewski, D. (2010) The Need for Healthcare Worker Sex and Gender-Sensitive Supports During Infectious Disease Outbreaks. In M. Tyshenko & C. Paterson (Eds.), SARS Unmasked: Risk Communication of Pandemics and Influenza in Canada, Montréal, PQ: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

O’Sullivan, T., & Amaratunga, C. (2009). Supporting Women and Men on the Front Lines of Biological Disaster. In E. Enarson and P. G. Dhar Chakrabarti (Eds.). Women, Gender and Disaster: Global Issues and Initiatives, pp 165 – 170, Delhi, India: Sage Publications.

Monique Gray Smith,  JIBC Faculty member who developed the Graduate Certificate in Complex Trauma and Child Sexual Abuse Intervention.

Gray Smith, M. (2013).  Tilly:  A story of hope and resilience.  Winlaw, BC:  Sono Nis Press.  JIBC Library:  E 99 C88 S65 2013

Gray Smith, M. Hope, faith & empathy (2012) and The ripple effect of resiliency: strategies for fostering resiliency with indigenous children.

Dr. Nym Hughes, a longtime employee of the JIBC Centre for Conflict Resolution, recently completed her EdD Nym is currently a sessional employee providing education consulting services.

 Hughes, N. (2009). It unfolded quite wonderfully: A history of the certificate in conflict resolution at the Justice Institute of British Columbia 1983-1993 (Unpublished education doctoral dissertation). Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. This thesis is available now in the JIBC Library.

Dr. Sarah Hunt,  has worked on numerous JIBC sexual exploitation research projects, including   Restoring the Honouring Cirlce Manual.  In 2014 Sarah was awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal  as SFU's most outstanding graduate student in the Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences.  

Hunt, S. (2016).  An introduction to the health of two-spirit people:  Historical, contemporary and emergent issues.  Prince George, BC:  National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health. JIBC Call number:  E 98 S48 H86 2016

Hunt, S.E. (2014).  Witnessing the colonialscape:  Lighting the intimate fires of indigenous legal pluralism (Doctoral dissertation).  Burnaby, BC:  Simon Fraser University.  Available from http://summit.sfu.ca/item/14145  JIBC Call number:  E 78 C2 H868 2014

Hunt, S.  (2012).  Restoring the honouring circle:  Taking a stand against youth sexual exploitation:  An information, prevention, and capacity building manual for rural communities in British Columbia.  New Westminster, BC:  Justice Institute of British Columbia.  Manual.   Available at the JIBC Library:  HQ 149 B7 H88 2011

Violence in the Lives of Sexually Exploited Youth and Adult Sex Workers in BC. (2006) Report.

John Jacob, past Program Manager and current JIBC Faculty, contributed to this book. It is a core text for our Emergency Medical Responder programs at JIBC, and at other training agencies across Canada.

Limmer, D. et al. (2015). Emergency medical responder: A skills approach (4th ed.). Toronto, ON: Pearson.

Linda Light, School of Community & Social Justice. Linda’s interests include: family and sexual violence against women and children; the particular challenges faced by immigrant women who are victims of violence; empowerment of women; the criminal justice system response to family and sexual violence.

Light, L.  (2012).  Violence against women and their children in BC:  33 years of recommendations. Updated November 2012. Vancouver, BC:  Ending Violence Association of BC. This report is available at the JIBC Library:  HQ 809.3 C26 L547 2012.

Dr. Adam Lund is a JIBC Research Associate with special interest and expertise in mass gathering medicine, prehospital care, disaster medicine, public health and systems research in clinical emergency medicine. 

Guy, A., Prager, R., Turris, S., & Lund, A. (2017).  Improving data quality in mass-gatherings health research.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 32(3), 329-332.  doi:10.1017/s1049023x17000139

Steenkamp, M., Hutton, A. E., Ranse, J. C., Lund, A., Turris, S. A., Bowles, R., Arbuthnott, K., and Arbon, P. A.  (2016).  Exploring international views on key concepts for mass-gathering health through a Delphi process.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 31(4), 1-11.  doi:10.1017/S1049023X1600042X

Lund, A., & Turris, S. A. (2015).  Mass-gathering medicine:  Risks and patient presentations at a 2-day electronic dance music event.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 30(3), 271-278.  doi:10.1017/S1049023X15004598

Young, M.M., Diedrich, K., Pirie, T., Lund, A., Turris, S., & Bowles, R. (2015).  Preventing drug-and alcohol-related harms at music festivals in Canada.  Ottawa, ON::  Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.

Lund, A., Turris, S.A., & Bowles, R.  (2014).  Conceptualizing the impact of special events on community health service levels:  An operational analysis.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 29(5), 525-531. doi: 10.1017/S1049023X4000880

Turris, S.A., Lund, A., & Bowles, R. (2014).  An analysis of mass casualty incidents in the setting of mass gatherings and special events.  Disaster Medicine and Public Health 8(2), 143-149.  doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/dmp.2014.24

Jodi Marshall, Program Manager Health Sciences Division, contributed to this book. It is a core text for our Emergency Medical Responder programs at JIBC, and at other training agencies across Canada.

Limmer, D. et al. (2015). Emergency medical responder: A skills approach (4th ed.). Toronto, ON: Pearson.

Maureen McEvoy, MA, RCC, has been in private practice for over 20 years. She works with individuals, couples and groups and is a long-standing instructor with the JIBC, teaching other counsellors skills for working with survivors of child sexual abuse and other domestic traumas.

McEvoy, M.  (2013).  Balancing conflicting interests:  A counsellor's guide to the legal process (3rd ed.). New Westminster, BC: School of Community & Social Justice, JIBC.  Available for loan at the JIBC Library:  Call number KEB 560 E8 M33 2013

Sheila Turris is a JIBC Research Associate with special interest and expertise in the provision of, and the links between, pre-hospital care, emergency services, primary health care, and disaster preparedness including the emerging field of mass gathering medicine 

Guy, A., Prager, R., Turris, S., & Lund, A. (2017).  Improving data quality in mass-gatherings health research.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 32(3), 329-332.  doi:10.1017/s1049023x17000139

Steenkamp, M., Hutton, A. E., Ranse, J. C., Lund, A., Turris, S. A., Bowles, R., Arbuthnott, K., and Arbon, P. A.  (2016).  Exploring international views on key concepts for mass-gathering health through a Delphi process.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 31(4), 1-11.  doi:10.1017/S1049023X1600042X

Lund, A., & Turris, S. A. (2015).  Mass-gathering medicine:  Risks and patient presentations at a 2-day electronic dance music event.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 30(3), 271-278.  doi:10.1017/S1049023X15004598

Young, M.M., Diedrich, K., Pirie, T., Lund, A., Turris, S., & Bowles, R. (2015).  Preventing drug-and alcohol-related harms at music festivals in Canada.  Ottawa, ON::  Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.

Lund, A., Turris, S.A., & Bowles, R.  (2014).  Conceptualizing the impact of special events on community health service levels:  An operational analysis.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 29(5), 525-531. doi: 10.1017/S1049023X4000880

Turris, S.A., Lund, A., & Bowles, R. (2014).  An analysis of mass casualty incidents in the setting of mass gatherings and special events.  Disaster Medicine and Public Health 8(2), 143-149.  doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/dmp.2014.24

Richard Van Camp was an instructor in the JIBC Centre for Aboriginal Programs and Services (CAPS) and is currently a Writer-in-Residence at the University of Calgary.  He has recently had a collection of short stories published.  “In Richard Van Camp’s fictionalized north anything can happen and yet each story is rooted in a vivid contemporary reality.” This book is available in the JIBC Library Reserve Collection (1-day loan) PR 9199.3 V356 G63 2012

Van Camp, R. (2012).  Godless but loyal to heaven stories.  Winnipeg, MB:  Enfield & Wizenty.

Caroline White, Program Director, Centre for Counselling and Community Safety in the School of Community and Social Justice, JIBC.

Goldberg, J.M. & White, C. (2011).  Reflections on approaches to trans anti-violence education.  In J.L. Ristock (Ed.), Intimate partner violence in LGBTQ lives (pp.56-77).    New York: Routledge.
This book is available at the JIBC Library:  HV 6626 I583 2011.

Maggie Ziegler, MA has over thirty years of experience working as an educator and psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma. Maggie has taught trauma, child sexual abuse and other courses at the JIBC and was instrumental in developing the Graduate Certificate in Complex Trauma and Child Sexual Abuse Intervention for Centre for Counselling and Community Safety. The JIBC Library has a recently published book by Maggie.

The Road to Keringet by Maggie Ziegle (2012).  Windsor, ON:  Cranberry Tree Press.
HQ 755.86 Z53 2012

School of Criminal Justice & Security

Dr. Doug Abrahamson, MBA, Fellow, DPubPol.  A JIBC Research Associate with SCSJ with over 35 years of professional policing experience.  

Abrahamson, D. E., & Goodman-Delahunty, J. (2014).  Impediments to information and knowledge sharing within policing:  A study of three Canadian policing organizations.  SAGE Open Journal, 4 (1), 1-17.  doi: 10.1177/2158244013519363.  

Abrahamson, D. E., & Goodman-Delahunty, J.  (2013).  Organizational information culture and its impact on information use in policing:  An exploratory study of three Canadian organizations.  Journal of Information Research, 18 (4), paper 598.  Retrieved from http://www.informationr.net/ir/18-4/paper598.html#.VMaysv7F8S4

Sergeant Brad Fawcett is a 25 year veteran of the Vancouver Police Department and is currently a seconded instructor in the JIBC Police Academy. He is the Use of Force Coordinator and is responsible for developing and implementing the Certified Use of Force Instructor Course. Brad also instructs the Non-Firearm Prohibited Weapons Identification Course.

Fawcett, B. (2014, November).  Confirmation Bias: The blue lens viewed through tinted glasses.  Blue Line Magazine, 26(9), 18-20.

Fawcett, B. (2014, June/July).  Emotion’s role in the use of force:  Wearing the unemotional mask of professionalism. Blue Line Magazine, 26(6), 14-15.

Fawcett, B.  (2014, January). Disconnected training.  Blue Line Magazine, 26(1), 20-21.

Karla Gronsdahl, PhD, was Program Coordinator and Instructor in Youth Justice Training and a Specialist in Youth Programs with the Corrections and Community Justice Division.

Corrado, R.R., Gronsdahl, K., MacAlister, D. and Cohen, I.M. (2010). Youth justice in Canada:  Theoretical perspectives of youth probation officers.  Canadian Journal of Criminology & Criminal Justice, 52(4), 397-426. The article is available now in the JIBC Library.

Steve McCartney is is the Program Director of the Police Academy at the JIBC.  Before he retired from the Vancouver Police Department, he served in a number of capacities including Detective Constable with Strike Force, and VPD Homicide Unit.

McCartney, S. & Parent, R.  (2015).  Ethics in law enforcement.  Victoria, BC:  BCcampus.  Retrieved from http://opentextbc.ca/ethicsinlawenforcement/

Rick Parent, JIBC Instructor, Police Academy

Parent, R. B., & Ellis, J. O., III.  (2011).  Countering radicalization of diaspora communities in Canada.  (Working Paper Series No. 11-12).  Vancouver, BC:  Metropolis British Columbia.
Call number:  HV 6433 C2 P273 2011 or online at
www.sfu.ca/content/dam/sfu/policestudiescentre/Publications/Publiction_Parent_Countering%20Radicalization.pdf

Dr. Valerie Spicer, JIBC Research Associate, Her research interests are focused on fear and the perception of crime in the urban domain. Her research also spans the field of pro-active policing initiatives which encompass offender management, situational crime prevention and youth prevention initiatives. Valerie Spicer is a member of two research groups at Simon Fraser University, one which centres on Canadian urban studies (ICURS) and the other which researches various modeling techniques (MoCSSy). Her Ph.D thesis is now available at the JIBC Library  HV 6793 C2 S643 2012 Spicer, V. (2012). 

Spicer, V. (2012). The geometry of fear:  An environmental perspective on fear and the perception of crime.  (Doctoral dissertation). Burnaby, BC:  Simon Fraser University.

Chris Thomson is an instructor and Program Coordinator with the Corrections & Community Justice Division.

Lussier, P., Dahabieh, M., Deslauriers-Varin, N., & Thomson, C. (2010). Community re-integration of violent and sexual offenders: Issues and challenges for community risk management. In L. Gideon, & H. Sung (Eds.), Rethinking corrections: Rehabilitation, reentry, and reintegration (pp. 219-252). Los Angeles, CA : Sage Publications, Inc. The book containing this chapter is available now in the JIBC Library (HV 9275 R48 2010).

Claire Yeung teaches Labour Law in Canada and Human Resource Management in the BLES Program. Formerly an attorney, Claire is a Certified Whole Person Coach

Yeung, C. (2015).  The eighty-year rule: What would you regret not doing in your lifetime?  Bloomington, IN:  iUniverse.  Available at the JIBC Library:  BF 637 S4 Y48 2015

School of Public Safety

Monty Armstrong, is an instructor at the Fire Academy in the Fire Officer and degree program and has instructed for the Bachelor of Emergency & Security Management. 

Armstrong, M. (2004). Leadership Development for the Fire Service. Victoria, BC: Royal Roads University.   JIBC Library call number: TH 9158 A76 2004 and is also available online.

Worsley, S., Edwards, B., Armstrong,M. (1997) Automatic Foam Fire Suppression for Mobile Equipment. Council of Forest Engineering. (COFE) 

Darren Blackburn, M.A., is Program Coordinator, Emergency Management & Exercise Design in the Emergency Management Division. Darren has just completed his Master’s thesis at Athabasca University on the topic of Interdisciplinary Studies. This emerging field focuses on the coordination and sharing of best practices between traditional disciplines.

Blackburn, D. (2010). The eternal emergency: An examination of the impacts of Empire on the Canadian emergency management field (Master’s thesis). Athabasca, AB: Athabasca University. JIBC Library Call Number: HV 555 C2 B533 2010

Dr. James B. Carter is a Research Associate in Applied Research at JIBC, working with the Fire and Safety Division for his most recent report. He holds a PhD. in Philosophy (Kinesiology) from SFU with interests in exercise and work physiology.

Carter, J. B. (2010). The effectiveness of current fire fighter rapid intervention teams: Final report. Richmond, BC: Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia. The report is available now in the JIBC Library (TH 9402 C277 2010) and is also available online

Guy Robertson is an instructor in the Bachelor of Emergency & Security Management Studies.  He will be teaching Introduction to Information Management  in September 2011.  Guy graduated from the University of BC School of Librarianship in 1981 and currently teaches library history and records management in the Library and Information Technician Program at Langara College.  He is well-known in the Library world, as he has provided his expertise in seismic-upgrades to many libraries in North America!

Robertson, G. (2009).  Unofficial wisdom:  selected contributions to Feliciter 1995-2009. Ottawa, ON:  Canadian Library Association.   JIBC Library Call Number:  Z 678 R623 2009

Dave Smulders is an Instructional Designer in the Emergency Management Division.

Pratt, D. D., & Smulders, D. (2016).  Five perspectives on teaching:  Mapping a plurality of the good (2nd ed.).  Malabar, FL:  Krieger Publishing.  JIBC Library Call Number:  LC 5219 P73 2016

Karen Tallman is a researcher affiliated with the Driver Education Centre (DEC) at the Justice Institute of BC.  Kristina Kowalski and Holly Tuokko are affiliated with the Centre on Aging and the Dept of Psychology at UVic.

Kowalski, K., Tuokko, H., & Tallman, K. (2010). On-road evaluation:  Its use for the identification of impairment and remediation of older drivers.  Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 28(1), 75-85.  doi:  10.3109/02703180903237861.


See also the JIBC Library

Last updated November 29, 2017