Faculty

SHARI BROTMAN, Ph.D.

(Ph.D. Social Work 2000; University of Toronto)

Full Professor
McGill University
McGill School of Social Work
3506 University Street  # 304
Montreal, Quebec  H3A 2A7

Phone: 514 398-7054
E-mail: shari.brotman@mcgill.ca
 

Research interests

Shari Brotman’s research interests focus on marginalized populations, including the gay, lesbian, bisexual and two-spirit communities; the development of services for marginalized communities and access to these services; as well as social justice initiatives in health. More specifically, her research centres on access to care among seniors. Ms. Brotman is coordinator of Project Interaction – the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Two-Spirit Initiative of the McGill School of Social Work.

Recent publications

Here a list of the recent publications of Mrs Brotman on Homosexualities, vulnerability et resilience theme:

Brotman, S. & Ryan, B. (2004) An Intersectional Approach to Queer Health Policy and Practice: Two-Spirit People in Canada. Canadian Diversity 3(1), 59-64.

Chervin, M., Brotman, S., Ryan, B. & Mullin, H.  (2004). Transforming Schools of Social Work into Spaces of Social Action: A Critical Exploration of Project Interaction, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Two-Spirit Initiative of McGill University’s School of Social Work. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health (in press).

Brotman, S., Ryan, B. Cormier, R. (2003). The Health and Social Service Needs of Gay and Lesbian Elders and Their Families in Canada. The Gerontologist  43(2), 192-202.

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