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Social Sciences and Humanities; Social Sciences and Social Action

Aline Bogossian

Professeure adjointe

Faculté des arts et des sciences - École de travail social

Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, room C7116

514 343-5880

aline.bogossian@umontreal.ca

Profile

Research expertise

Travailleuse sociale de formation, j’ai une expérience clinique dans les services d'urgences pédiatriques.  Mes recherches sont axées essentiellement sur les enjeux éthiques et sociaux touchant les jeunes vivant avec des maladies chroniques ou des troubles de développement, leurs proches et les professionnels de la santé et de services sociaux.  Mon programme de recherche vise à lier le développement de la théorie du travail social et des meilleures pratiques à l'éthique pragmatique. En pratique, en enseignement et en recherche, je privilégie une approche collaborative, participative et réflexive qui s'aligne avec les théories du travail social, axées sur la croissance et préoccupées par l'impact de l'environnement social sur le bien-être.

Biography

2017, Doctorat Philosophie, École de travail social, Université McGill

2011, Maitrise en travail social, École de travail social, Université McGill

2009, Baccalauréat en travail social, École de travail social, Univerisité McGill

2006, Certificat de gestion en santé et services sociaux, École d’éducation permanente, Université McGill 

Awards and recognitions

2017-2019, Fonds de recherche du Québec en santé, Bourse postdoctorale

2016-2017, Bourse de recherche postdoctorale NeuroDevNet

2012-2016, Programme canadien de cliniciens-chercheurs en santé de l’enfant, Bourse de recherche doctorale

2015-2016, Bourse de recherche doctorale NeuroDevNet

2012-2015, Fonds de recherche du Québec société et culture, Bourse de recherche doctorale

2009, Fonds de recherche du Québec société et culture, Bourse de recherche à la maitrise

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Affiliations and responsabilities

University service and activities

Activities within organizations or entities of the institution

  • Chercheure invitée - Unité de recherche en éthique pragmatique de la santé (Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal)

Projects

Research projects

2020 - 2024

Développement d’un outil d’intervention éthique pour la transition des jeunes adultes en situation de handicape

Lead researcher : Aline Bogossian
Funding sources: FRQSC/Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture (FQRSC)
Grant programs: PV113813-(NP) Soutien à la recherche pour la relève professorale
2022 - 2023

Des outils numériques pour favoriser la collaboration et le rapprochement entre étudiant.e.s de diverses identité.es

Lead researcher : Emmanuelle Khoury
Co-researchers : Edward Ou Jin Lee , Sophie Hamisultane , Aline Bogossian
Funding sources: Université de Montréal
Grant programs:
2021 - 2023

Novel transition support program for young people with disabilities and their families: Identifying most important outcomes for program key stakeholders

Lead researcher : Sabrina Cavallo
Co-researchers : Aline Bogossian , Lucyna Maria Lach , Chantal Robillard
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PVXXXXXX-Subvention d'engagement partenarial
2021 - 2023

Social work practice with individual with intellectual dans developmental disabilities and their families

Lead researcher : Aline Bogossian
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PVX20020-Subvention institutionnelle du CRSH - Subventions d'exploration
2019 - 2023

Répit Une Heure pour Moi : Ethnographie ciblée d'un programme de soutien familial à domicile pour les familles dont un enfant a des problèmes de santé mentale

Lead researcher : Aline Bogossian
Co-researchers : Marjorie Montreuil
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PVXXXXXX-Subvention d'engagement partenarial
2017 - 2023

Participatory action research for the development of a tailored pediatric-adult transition program

Co-researchers : Aline Bogossian
2021 - 2022

Novel transition support program for young people with disabilities and their families: Identifying most important outcomes for program key stakeholders

Co-researchers : Aline Bogossian
2020 - 2021

Rehaussement de l’enseignement en soins palliatifs et de fin de vie via des activités pédagogiques interprofessionnelle

2020 - 2021

Supporting children and adolescents' mental health in the context of pandemic and confinement: A scoping review of interventions and ethical challenges

Co-researchers : Aline Bogossian
2019 - 2021

FATHERS MATTER: Blending patient-oriented and knowledge translation approaches to enhance health-care experiences among fathers of children with developmental disabilities

Co-researchers : Aline Bogossian

Outreach

Publications and presentations

Publications

  1. Bogossian, A. (2022) Exploring emotion work from the narratives of fathers of children with a neurodisability.  Revue Intervention. 154 https://www.erudit.org/fr/revues/interots/2021-n154-interots06933/1088307ar/
  2. Ogourtsova T, O’Donnell EM, Chung D, Gavin F, Bogossian A, Majnemer A. (2021). FATHERS MATTER: Enhancing healthcare experiences among fathers of children with developmental disabilities. Frontiers Rehabilitation Sciences, section Human Functioning https://doi.org/10.3389/fresc.2021.709262
  3. Racine, E, Kusch, S, Cascio, A, Bogossian, A. (2021) Making autonomy an instrument: a pragmatist account of contextualized autonomy.  Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-021-00811-z
  4. Montreuil M, Bogossian A, Laberge-Perrault E, Racine E. (2021). The ethics of participatory research with children: A realist review. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406920987962
  5. Aspler J, Bogossian A, Racine, E. “It’s ignorant stereotypes”: Key stakeholder perspectives on stereotypes associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, alcohol and pregnancy (2021). Social Science and Medicine. https://doi.org/10.3109/13668250.2020.1865649
  6. Bogossian, A, Felipe, A, Zulla, R, Lach, L, Nicholas, D. (2020) Mapping Social Determinants of Health for children with neurodisabilities and their families: A Canadian framework for social change. Disability and Rehabilitation. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2020.1754926
  7. Bogossian, A, Majnemer, A, Racine, E. (2020) Contextualized autonomy in transitional care for youth with neurologic conditions: The role of the pediatric neurologist. Journal of Child Neurology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0883073820918454
  8. Akesson, B, Bogossian, A, Gokani, R. (2020). A model of paternal protection in the context of political violence: Insights from the occupied Palestinian territories. International Social Work. 63(2), 238–256. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020872818798438
  9. Racine, E, Cascio M.A, Montreuil, M, Bogossian, A. (2019) Instrumentalist analyses of the functions of ethics concept-principles: a proposal for synergetic empirical and conceptual enrichment. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. 40 (1), https://doi.org/10.1007/s11017-019-09502-y
  10. Bogossian, A, King, G, Lach, L, Currie, M, Nicholas, N, McNeill, T, Saini, T (2019) (Unpacking) father involvement in the context of childhood neurodisability research: a scoping review. Disability and Rehabilitation. 41(1)
  11. Bogossian, A, Gorter, JW, Racine, E. (2019) Protocol for a scoping review about ethics in transition programmes for adolescents and young adults with neurodisabilities. BMJ Open 8(8)
  12. Racine, E, Cascio, M.A, Bogossian, A. (2017) Functional (instrumentalist) analyses of health ethics concepts and principles: Methodological guideposts. American Journal of Bioethics. 17, 12
  13. Carnevale, F, Teachman, G, Bogossian, A, (2017) A relational ethics framework for advancing practice for children with complex healthcare needs and their parents. Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing 1-16.
  14. Bogossian, A, Lach, L, Nicholas, D, & McNeill, T. (2017). Connecting: the parenting experiences of fathers of children with neurodisabilities.[Abstract]. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 59, 119-119. 
  15. Ketelaar, M, Bogossian, A, Saini, M, Visser-Meily, A, Lach, L, (2017) Assessment of the ‘family’ in the context of practice and research: A state-of-the-art review of pediatric neurodisabilities. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 59(3): 259-269
  16. Bailey, S, Bogossian, A, Akesson, B. (2016) Starting where we’re at: Developing a student-led doctoral teaching group. Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy: 25th Anniversary Special Issue  26(1) 74-88
  17. Gokani, R., Bogossian, A, Akesson, B. (2015) Occupying masculinities: Fathering in the Palestinian territories. NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies 10, 3-4.
  18. Bogossian, A, Rothwell, D, Lach, L, Nicholas, D, Bailey, S, Kohen, D. & Rosebaum, P. (2014) Financial stress among parents of children with neurodisabilities in Canada: The role of 'complexity' [Abstract]. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology  56 (Supplement 5), 7. 
  19. Lach, L., Bogossian, A, Bailey, S, Kohen, D. & Rosebaum, P. (2014). Building a model to address the role of parenting in the lives of children with neurdevelopmental disorders (NDD): Does overprotectiveness matter? [Abstract]. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 56(Supplement 5), 48. 
  20. Shikako-Thomas, K, Bogossian, A, Lach, L, Shevell, M, Majnemer, A. (2013) Parents’ perspectives of the quality of life of adolescents with cerebral palsy: Trajectory, choices and hope. Disability and Rehabilitation 2013; 35(25): 2113-22.
  21. Chapitres de livres
  22. Bogossian, A, Lach, L, McNeill, T, Nicholas, D. Fathers of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Where are they and why does it matter? In A. Fudge-Schormans and K. Stoddard (Eds.), Social Work, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Canada. Waterloo, Canada: Wilfred Laurier Press [sous presse]
  23. Gokani, R, Bogossian, A, Akesson, B. Occupying masculinities: Fathering in the Palestine Territories. In A.D. Christensen, P. Rasmussen (Eds.). Men, Violence and War. Abingdon, RU: Routledge. Taylor & Francis Group 2017
  24. Lach, L. Bogossian, A, Bailey, S, Artifacts or catalysts? Moving doctoral dissertations from the shelf to the practice community (2016). In I. Taylor, M. Bogo, M. Lefebre, B. Teater (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Social Work Education. Abingdon, RU: Routledge.Taylor & Francis
  25. Lach, L, Rosenbaum, P, Bailey, S, Bogossian, A, MacCulloch , R. (2014) Parenting a child with cerebral palsy: Family and social issues. In Mayston, D., Paneth, M., Rosenbloom, N. (Eds.), Cerebral Palsy: Science and Clinical Practice. Londres, RU.: Mac Keith Press 
  26. Bogossian, A, & Lach, L.M. Environmental factors: Support and relationships. In A. Majnemer (Ed.), Measures for Children with Developmental Disability Framed by the ICF-CY.  Londres, RU: Mac Keith Press 2012
  27. Autres publications et rapports
  28. Bogossian, A, Lach, L, Rosenbaum, P. Why focus on father-inclusive practice? On the Radar, Montréal, Canada: Université McGill, Centre de recherche sur l’enfance et la famille 2016;(2)4
  29. Bogossian, A, MacCulloch, R, & Fallon, B. Maltreatment-Related Investigations involving Children and Youth with Disabilities in Canada in 2008CWRP Information Sheet #133E. Montréal, Canada: Université McGill, Centre de recherche sur l’enfance et la famille 2014
  30. Milne, L, Bogossian, A, & Weightman, P. Academic functioning of children receiving Batshaw ServicesIn-the-Know, 2013; 3 (1), 4-5

Disciplines

  • Social Services and Social Work
  • Public Health

Areas of expertise

  • Jeunes vivant avec des maladies chroniques
  • Soutien familial
  • Santé et bien-être des hommes
  • Développement des individus
  • Ethics
  • Participatory research
  • Intégration sociale des adolescents
  • Qualitative research