Reimer-Kirkham, S., Astle, B., Ero, I., Panchuk, K., & Dixon, D. (2019). Albinism, spiritual and cultural practices, and implications for health, healthcare, and human rights: a scoping review. Disability & Society, 34(5), 747-774.
Report of the Independent Expert on the enjoyment of human rights by persons with albinism on the round table on human rights and albinism: Seeking consensus and priorities on advocacy and research. A/HRC/40/62/Add.2 URL: https://undocs.org/en/A/HRC/40/62/Add.2 [prepared by Reimer-Kirkham, S, Astle, B., Panchuk, K., & Strobell, E]
Strobell, E., Reimer-Kirkham, S., Astle, B. (2019, October). Engaging the experiences of mothers impacted by albinism in Tanzania: An ethnographic study towards health equity. In Canadian Society for International Health, Canadian Conference on Global Health, Governance for Global Health: Power, Politics and Justice. Presentation given at the 25th Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health, Ottawa, ON.
Reimer-Kirkham, S, Astle, B., Panchuk, K., & Strobell, E. (May 9, 2019). Nothing about us without us. Lightning Talk, Inspiring Person-Centredness: A Call to Action Conference, Vancouver, BC.
Reimer-Kirkham, S., Astle, B., Ero, I., Panchuk, K, Strobell, E., & Dixon, D. (January 10, 2019). Witchcraft, albinism, and human rights: Evidence from a mixed methods study. Paper presented at witchcraft and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future Conference, Lancaster, UK.
Reimer-Kirkham, S. (November 16, 2018). Albinism and human rights. Pecha Kucha presentation. Royal Society of Canada Celebration of Excellence Annual Meeting. Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Astle, B., Reimer-Kirkham, S., Ero, I., Panchuk, K., Strobell, E. (November 20, 2018). The influence of spiritual and cultural practices on healthcare for persons with albinism: Insights from a scoping review. Paper presented at 24th Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health, Toronto, ON.
Reimer-Kirkham, S., Astle, B., Ero, I., Dixon, D., Janzen, K., & Panchuk, K. (July 13, 2017). A scoping review on the health implications of spiritual and cultural practices for persons with albinism: A global health perspective. Paper presented at the XI Eta and Region 1 – 2017 International Nursing Research and Leadership Conference: Vancouver, B.C.