McKenzie, Pamela J. and Philippa Spoel. 2014. Borrowed voices -- conversational storytelling in midwifery healthcare visits. Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing 25(1): 26-47.
Spoel, Philippa, Pamela J. McKenzie, Susan James, and Jessica Hobberlin. 2013. Negotiating the hybrid genre of informed choice in Ontario midwifery care. Healthcare Policy 9, 71-85. Honourable Mention in the competition for Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing Award for Best Research Article on Rhetoric, Writing Studies or Discourse Studies in 2013.
Spoel, Philippa and Pam McKenzie. Mapping story-telling genres in midwifery healthcare visits. Genre 2012, Carleton University, Ottawa, June 2012
McKenzie, Pamela J. Woman to woman: discursive approaches to analyzing communication between midwives and women. Second ARCIS Biennial Distinguished Lecture, Africa Regional Centre for Information Science, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 9 February 2011
McKenzie, Pamela J. 2010. Informing traces: collaborative information seeking in ongoing clinical relationships between midwives and women. In Collaborative information behavior: user engagement and communication sharing, Jonathan Foster ed. IGI Global.
McKenzie, Pamela J. 2010. Informing relationships: small talk, informing, and relationship building in midwife-woman interaction. Information Research 15(1):n.p., paper 423.
McKenzie, Pamela J. and Tami Oliphant. 2010. Informing evidence: claimsmaking in midwives' and clients' talk about interventions. Qualitative Health Research 20(1):29-41.
McKenzie, Pam, Philippa Spoel, and Susan James. Negotiating the hybrid genre of informed choice in Ontario midwifery care. Canadian Society for the Sociology of Health conference, Ottawa, October 28-30, 2010.
McKenzie, Pamela J. 2009. Informing choice: the organization of institutional interaction in clinical midwifery care. Library & Information Science Research 31(3): 163-173. DOI: 10.1016/j.lisr.2009.03.006
McKenzie, Pamela J. Mapping the informing relationship: pregnant women's representations of midwives as information sources. Mapping the 21st Century Information Landscape: Borders, Bridges and Byways. 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, May 28-30, 2009, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario.
McKenzie, Pamela J. and Tami Oliphant. The presentation of complementary and alternative medicine information in Canadian midwifery care. Poster presentation. Coming of Age - Emerging Issues and New Directions in CAM Research Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Network for CAM Research (IN-CAM) Research Symposium: November 2-3, 2007, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC.
McKenzie, Pamela J. 2006. Mapping textually-mediated information practice in clinical midwifery care. In: Spink, Amanda, and Charles Cole, eds. New Directions in Human Information Behavior. Springer.
McKenzie, Pamela J. and Tami Oliphant. 2006. The presentation of complementary and alternative medicine information in Canadian midwifery care. Information Science Revisited: Approaches to Innovation: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, York University Toronto, Ontario, June 1 - 3, 2006. Proceedings Editor: Haidar Moukdad.
McKenzie, Pamela J. 2006. Caring work and information work in the midwife-client relationship. Caring and Caring Work, conference of the Association for Research on Mothering, York University 5-7 May 2006.
McKenzie, Pamela J. and Tami Oliphant. 2006. The presentation of complementary and alternative medicine information in Canadian midwifery care. Qualitative Health Research conference, April 2006
Jacquelyn Burkell and Pamela J. McKenzie. 2005. Information provision for informed prenatal decision making. Data, Information, and Knowledge in a Networked World; Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, London, Ontario, June 2 - 4, 2005. Proceedings Editor: Liwen Vaughan
Davies, Elisabeth and Pamela J. McKenzie. 2004 Preparing for opening night: temporal boundary objects in textually-mediated professional practice. Information Research, 10(1) paper 211
McKenzie, Pamela J. 2004. Positioning theory and the negotiation of information needs in a clinical midwifery setting. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55(8): 685-694.
McKenzie, Pamela J. Creating women's information spaces: midwifery clinics and parent-child library storytimes as "information grounds." Mothering and Feminism: annual conference of the Association for Research on Mothering, York University, October 2004.
McKenzie, Pamela J. Documents and information exchange in prenatal midwifery practice. Qualitative health research, Banff, Alberta, 30 April-4 May 2004.
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