• Ahluwalia P, Nixon SA, Cameron D, Cockburn L, Ellwood L, Mori B. (2014). Analyzing international clinical education practices for Canadian rehabilitation students. BMC Medical Education. 14(187).
  • Meseroli G, Bourgeois AM, Condron A, McCurry E, Petrapanagos, Fraser M, Nixon SA. (2014). Enhanced patient-centred care: perspectives regarding the impact of international clinical internships on practice. Physiotherapy Canada. (In press)
  • Njelesani J, Nixon SA, Cameron D, Parsons J, Menon JA. (2014). Experiences of work among people with disabilities who are HIV-positive in Lusaka, Zambia. African Journal of AIDS (In press)
  • Nixon SA, Cameron C, Hanass-Hancock J, Simwaba P, Solomon P, Bond V, Menon JA, Richardson E, Stevens M, Zack E. (2014). Perceptions of HIV-related health services in Zambia for people with disabilities who are HIV-positive. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 17(18806).
  • Cassady C, Mehru R, Chan C, Engelhardt J, Fraser M, Nixon SA. (2014). Thinking beyond our borders: investigating ideal competencies for Canadian physiotherapists working in resource-poor countries. Physiotherapy Canada. 66(1): 15-23.
  • Stevens M , Kirsh B , Nixon SA. (2014). Rehabilitation interventions for children living with HIV: a scoping review. Disability and rehabilitation. 36(10): 865-874.
  • Nixon SA, Maimbolwa M. (2014). Living with HIV and Dying with AIDS: Diversity, Inequality and Human Rights in the Global Pandemic, Book Review. Developing World Bioethics. 14(10): 56-57.
  • Kelland K, Hoe E, McGuire M, Yu J, Andreoli A, Nixon SA.. (2014). Excelling in the Advocate role: exploring the perspectives of leading Canadian physiotherapy advocates regarding the attributes required for successful advocacy. Physiotherapy Canada. 66(1): 74-80.
  • Cleaver S, Nixon SA. (2014). A scoping study of ten years of published literature on community-based rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation. 36(17): 1385-1394.
  • Flicker S, Nixon SA. (2014). The DEPICT model for participatory qualitative health promotion research analysis piloted in Canada, Zambia and South Africa. Health Promotion International. Epub ahead of print
  • Yoshida K, Hanass-Hancock J, Nixon SA, Bond V. (2014). Using intersectionality to explore experiences of disability and HIV among women and men in Zambia. Disability and Rehabilitation. Early online
  • Njelesani J, Leckie K, Drummond J, Cameron D. (2014). Parental perceptions of barriers to physical activity in children with developmental disabilities living in Trinidad and Tobago. Disability and Rehabilitation. doi:10.3109/09638288.2014.918186
  • Wiley B, Cameron D, Hogg A, Gulati S. (2014). Exploring the use of Tablets (iPads) with Children and Young Adults with Disabilities in Trinidad. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. doi:10.3109/17483107.2014.914251
  • Kam S, Kent M, Khodaverdian A, Daiter L, Njelesani J, Cameron D, Andrysek J. (2014). The influence of environmental and personal factors on participation of lower-limb prosthetic users in low-income countries: Prosthetists’ perspectives. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. 1-7. doi:10.3109/17483107.2014.905643.
  • Haro A, Knight B, Cameron D, Nixon S, Ahluwahia P, Hicks E. (2014). Becoming an Occupational Therapist: Impact of International Fieldwork Placements on Clinical Practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy 81(3): 173-182. doi: 10.1177/0008417414534629


  • Njelesani J, Gibson BE, Cameron D, Nixon SA, Polatajko H. (2013). A Critical Occupational Approach: Offering Insights on the Sport-for-Development Playing Field. Journal of Sport for Development.(In press)
  • Wickenden A, Nixon SA, Yoshida K. (2013). Exploring the impact of the intersection of HIV, disability and gender on the sexualities of women in Zambia. African Journal of Disability. 2(1): Art #50.
  • Njelesani J , Stevens M , Cleaver S , Mwambwa L , Nixon S. (2013). International research partnerships in occupational therapy: a Canadian-Zambian case study. Occupational Therapy International. 20(2): 78-87.
  • Njelesani, J., Cameron, D., Gibson, BE, Nixon, S., & Polatajko, H. (2013). Towards a critical occupational approach to research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 12: 207-220.
  • Forman L, Nixon SA. Chapter 4: Human Rights Discourse within Global Health Ethics. In: Upshur RE & Pinto A. An Introduction to Global Health Ethics. Routledge. 2013.
  • Haro A, Knight R, Ahluwalia P, Hicks E, Cameron D, Nixon SA. Becoming an occupational therapist: impact of international fieldwork placements on clinical practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. [In press] Accepted July 22, 2013.
  • Cassady C, Mehru R, Chan C, Engelhardt J, Fraser M, Nixon SA. Thinking beyond our borders: investigating ideal competencies for Canadian physiotherapists working in resource-poor countries. Physiotherapy Canada. 2013. Advance online article: 1-9.
  • Hanass-Hancock J, Regondi I, van Egeraat L, Nixon S. HIV-related disability in HIV hyper-endemic countries: a scoping review. World Journal of AIDS. 2013; 3:257-279.
  • Cameron D, Cockburn L, Nixon SA, Garcia L, Leotaud J, MacPherson K, Mashaka P, Mlay R, Parnes P, Wango J, Williams T. Global Partnerships for International Fieldwork in Occupational Therapy: Reflection and Innovation. Occupational Therapy International. 2013;20(2):88-96.
  • Cobbing S, Chetty V, Hanass-Hancock J, Myezwa H, Nixon SA. The essential role of physiotherapists in providing rehabilitation services to people living with HIV in South Africa. South African Journal of Physiotherapy 2013;69(1):22-25.
  • Nixon SA, Casale M, Flicker S, Rogan M. Applying the Principles of Knowledge Translation and Exchange to Inform Dissemination of HIV Survey Results to Adolescent Participants in South Africa. Health Promotion International 2013;28(2):233-243.
  • Veras M, Pottie K, Welch V, Ramsay T, Dahal GP, Cameron D, Tugwell P. (2013). Assessing Global Health Competencies in Rehabilitation Students. Rehabilitation Research and Practice.


  • Landry MD, Nixon S, Raman SR, Schleifer Taylor J, Tepper J. Global Health Experiences (GHEs) in Physical Therapist Education: Balancing Moral Imperative with Inherent Moral Hazard.  Journal of Physical Therapy Education 2012; 16(1):24-28.


  • Nixon SA, Hanass-Hancock J, Whiteside A, Barnett AS. The Increasing Chronicity of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: Re-thinking “HIV as a Long-Wave Event” in the Era of Widespread Access to ART. Globalization and Health 2011; 7(41)
  • Casale M, Rogan M, Hynie M, Flicker S, Nixon SA, Rubincam C.  Gendered Perceptions of HIV Risk among Young Women and Men in a High HIV-Prevalence Setting. African Journal of AIDS Research 2011 10:sup1:301-310.
  • Nixon SA, Benatar SR. A critical public health ethics analysis of Canada’s international response to HIV. Global Public Health 2011; 6(7):777-793.
  • Casale M, Flicker S, Nixon S. Fieldwork Challenges: Lessons Learned from a North-South Public Health Research Partnership. Health Promotion Practice 2011;12(50):734-743.
  • Nixon SA, Forman L, Hanass-Hancock J, Mac-Seing M, Munyanukato N, Myezwa H, Retis C. Rehabilitation: A Crucial Component in the Future of HIV Care and Support. South African Journal of HIV Medicine 2011 12(2):12-17.
  • International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation. Report of the “Meeting of the Minds” Research on International Clinical Education.  2011.


  • Landry MD, Quigley A, Nakhle A, Nixon SA. Implications of a gap between demand and supply for rehabilitation in post-earthquake Haiti. Physiotherapy Research International 2010 Sep;15(3):123-5.
  • Crawford E, Biggar JM, Leggett A, Huang A, Mori B, Nixon S, Landry M. Examining International Clinical Internships for Canadian Physical Therapy Students from 1997 to 2007. Physiotherapy Canada 2010 62(3), 261-273.
  • Nixon SA, Cleaver S, Stevens M, Hard J, Landry MD. The role of physical therapists in natural disasters: what can we learn from the earthquake in Haiti? Physiotherapy Canada 2010 62(3), 167-168.
  • Birn AE, Nixon SA. Canada’s health care system: A relevant approach for South Africa? South African Medical Association Journal 2010 Jul 26;100(8):516-20.
  • International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation. Strategic Plan. 2010.


  • Hanass-Hancock J, Nixon S. The Fields of HIV and Disability: Past, Present and Future. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 2009 12(2)8.
  • Bremer K, Cockburn L, Acheinegeh R. Reproductive health experiences among women with physical disabilities in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, 30. doi:10.1016/j.ijgo.2009.10.008
  • Parnes P, Cameron D, Christie N, Cockburn L, Hashemi G, Yoshida K. Disability in low-income countries: Issues and implications. Disability & Rehabilitation, 31(14), 1170-1180. doi:10.1080/09638280902773778
  • Snead C, Akenack JA, Takougang I, Niamnshi A, Tsang V, Noh J, Wilkins P, Fongwa M, Keystone J,  Cockburn L,  Stephens D, Angwafor S, Weiss S, Smith M, Elliott I. (November 2009). Epilepsy and neurocysticercosis in Northwest Cameroon: A serological study. 3.201, Epilepsia. 50 (Sup 11):412-413. Abstracts from the 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society: Clinical Epilepsy.


  • Nixon S, Veenstra N. The Impact of ART Scale-up on Health Systems (De-) Strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa: Justice and Justification. Law and Medicine. 2008 27(30):685-703.

2007 and earlier

  • Nixon S. Critical public health ethics and Canada’s role in global health. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2006 97(1):32-34.
  • Cameron DL, Nixon S, Parnes P, Pidsadny M. Children with disabilities in low-income countries. Paediatrics & Child Health.  May/June 2005 10(5): 269-272.