Kathryn Fraser
Kathryn Fraser
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A global study of pain prevalence across 52 countries: examining the role of country-level contextual factors
Z Zimmer, K Fraser, H Grol-Prokopczyk, A Zajacova
Pain 163 (9), 1740-1750, 2022
Exploring social justice advocacy in dietetic education: a content analysis
K Fraser, J Brady
Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 80 (1), 2-7, 2018
War across the life course: examining the impact of exposure to conflict on a comprehensive inventory of health measures in an aging Vietnamese population
Z Zimmer, K Fraser, K Korinek, M Akbulut-Yuksel, YM Young, TK Toan
International Journal of Epidemiology 50 (3), 866-879, 2021
Canadian dietitians’ understandings of, attitudes toward, and engagement in social justice and advocacy
K Fraser, J Brady
Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 82 (1), 2-10, 2020
Fat food justice: where fat studies meets food studies
J Brady, L Potvin, A Bombak, A Kirkham, KL Fraser, J Gingras
Fat Studies 12 (1), 1-8, 2023
“It was Like Magic”: Relationships Supporting Compassion, Creativity, and Sense of Coherence in Nutrition Students
D Fraser, K., Brady, J., & Lordly
Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 2020
Taking social justice to a different stage: How poetry promotes emancipatory health narratives.
D Fraser, K., Brady, J., & Lordly
Journal of Critical Dietetics 4 (2), 18-27, 2019
A global comparative study of wealth-pain gradients: investigating individual-and country-level associations
Z Zimmer, A Zajacova, K Fraser, D Powers, H Grol-Prokopczyk
Dialogues in Health 2, 100122, 2023
Being Trans in Dietetics: A Step in the Movement towards Trans and Queer Liberation through Collaborative Conversation
K Fraser, N Quathamer, M Whebby
Queering Nutrition and Dietetics, 217-222, 2022
Inequality Within Inequalities: A Multicountry Comparative Study of the Effects that Education and Wealth have on Pain Prevalence
Z Zimmer, K Fraser, DA Powers, A Zajacova, H Grol-Prokopczyk
PAA 2022 Annual Meeting, 2022
“Practice what you preach, or sister tell me a different story”: Using Autoethnography to Make the Case for a New Dietetics Culture as the Foundation for Developing a Pedagogy …
K Fraser
Mount Saint Vincent University, 2020
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