Hernandez, K.J., Gillis, D., Kevany, K., & Kirk, S.F.L. (2021). Toward a common understanding of food literacy: A pedagogical framework. Canadian Food Studies, 8(4):8-25. DOI:10.15353/cfs-rcea.v8i4.467.
Hakami, R., Gillis, D.E., Poureslami, I. & FitzGerald, J.M. (2018) Patient and professional perspectives on nutrition in chronic respiratory disease self-management: Reflections on nutrition and food literacies. Health Literacy Research and Practice. 2(3): e166-e174.
Bigelow, A.E., Power, M., MacLean, K., Gillis, D., Michelle Ward, M., Taylor, C., Berrigan, L. & Wang, X. (2018). Mother-infant skin-to-skin contact and mother-child interaction nine years later. Social Development. 1-15, DOI: 10.1111/sode.12307.
Mansfield, E., Wahba, R., Gillis, DE, Weiss, B, & L’Abbe, M. (2018). Canadian adaptation of the Newest Vital Sign©- A health literacy assessment tool. Public Health Nutrition. 1-8. DOI:10.1017/S1368980018000253
Fox, A., Gillis D., Anderson, B, & Lordly, D. (2017). Stronger together: Use of storytelling at a dietetics conference, to promote professional collaboration. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 78: 32-36. DOI:10.3148/cjdpr-2016-027
Letourneau, N., Whitty, P., Watson, B., Phillips, J., Joschko, J. & Gillis, D. (2015). The influence of newborn early literacy intervention programs in three Canadian provinces. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing. Published on-line: 14 September. DOI: 10.3109/01460862
Wood, J. & Gillis, D.E. (2015). Exploring dietitians’ engagement with health literacy: Concept and practice. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 76:1-5. Published on-line: 19 May DOI: 10.3148/cjdpr-2015-003.
Johnson, C. P., Williams, P. & Gillis, D.E. (2015). The capacity building experience of women engaged in determining the cost and affordability of healthy food in Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition. 10:3, 356-378. Published online: 25 July. DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2014.962769
Proudfoot, A. Lordly, D., Anderson, B., & Gillis, D. (2014). Identifying opportunities for enhancing dietetic education through collaboration. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research.75:101-104. Published on-line 19 May 2014. DOI: 10.3148/75.2.2014.101.
Bigelow, A.E., Power, M., Gillis, D. MacLellan-Peters, J., Alex, M. & McDonald, C. (2013). Breastfeeding, skin-to-skin contact, and mother-infant interactions over infants’ first three months. Infant Mental Health Journal. Published online: 4 November. DOI: 10.1002/imhj.21424.
Gillis, D.E., Gray, N.J. & Murphy, E. (2012). Multiple domains of health literacy as reflected in breastfeeding promotion practice: A Canadian case study. Journal of Health Psychology 18(8) 1023–1035.DOI: 10.1177/1359105312454041.
Williams, P., Amero, M., Anderson, B., Gillis, D., Green-Lapierre, R., Johnson, C. & Reimer, D. (2012). A participatory food costing model in Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 73(4):181-8. DOI: 10.3148/73.4.2012.181
Williams, P.L., MacAulay, R.B., Anderson, B.J., Barro ,K., Gillis, D., Johnson, C.P., Langille, L.L., Moran, S., & Reimer, D.E. (2012): “I would have never thought that I would be in such a predicament”: Voices from women experiencing food insecurity in Nova Scotia, Canada, Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 7(2-3): 253-270.
Begoray, D., Gillis, D.E. & Rowlands, G. (Eds.) (2012). Health Literacy in Context: International Perspectives. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Gillis, D.E. & Gougeon, L. (2021). Building personal skills for healthy eating: From risk to resilience, Chapter 22 in I. Rootman, P. Edwards, F. Grunberg & M. Levasseur (Eds.). Promoting Health of Older Adults: The Canadian Experience (p. 352-365). Instructors Manual (p.51-52). Toronto, ON, Canadian Scholars.
Gillis, D.E. (2016). Using a health literacy frame to conceptualise food literacy. Chapter 5 in H. Vidgen (Ed.).Food Literacy, (p.85-101). London: Routledge.
Gillis, D.E. (2012). The choice to breastfeed: Examining breastfeeding promotion through the multifaceted lens of health literacy. In R.S. Stewart, & S.A. Korol (Eds.), Food For Thought: A Multidisciplinary Discussion. (p.118-135). Sydney, NS: Cape Breton University Press.
Gillis, D.E. & Gray, N.J. (2012). Health literacy and healthy lifestyle choices. In D. Begoray, D.E. Gillis & G. Rowlands (Eds.) Health Literacy in Context: International Perspectives. (p.33-56). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Gillis, D.E. & Sears S.A. (2012). Health literacy in rural communities: Challenges and champions. In J.C. Kulig, & A. Williams (Eds.), Health in Rural Canada. (pp. 209-224). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Rootman, I., Stachenko, S., Riley, B., Ardiles,P., Provencher, H., Gillis, D., Kaszap, K. & Hancock, T. (2012). Issues as a point of entry into health promotion. In I. Rootman, S. Dupéré & A. Pederson & M. O’Neill (Eds.), Health Promotion in Canada (3rd ed.). (p. 117-137).Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars' Press, Inc.
KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION RESOURCES:
Bigelow, A. & Gillis, D. (2020). Skin to Skin Contact: Benefits for You and Your Baby. Video translating key research findings. Online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8q7pc8zPyY
Bigelow, A. & Gillis, D. (2010). Enhancing Baby’s First Relationship: A Parent’s Guide for Skin-to Skin Contact with Their Infants and Results from a Study on Mother-Infant Skin-to-Skin Contact. Two DVDs including a practitioner version (28 min) and a parent version (20 min) and a guide. On-line at http://www.mystfx.ca/InfantSkinToSkinContact/