Student Research

The following is a list of published theses from FIMS' thesis-based graduate programs. Also see creative projects completed by Master of Arts in Popular Music & Culture students, and the Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP), open access, peer-reviewed journal.

Each year FIMS undergraduate students have the opportunity to publish class papers in Mediations: The FIMS Undergraduate Academic Journal.

(Note: hyperlinks are included for theses that were submitted to Scholarship@Western and are now available through Western's Electronic Theses & Dissertation Repository. Those without hyperlinks are not currently available through the e-repository).

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Scurr, Tiffany. Evaluating the Process of Involving Affected Community Members in Service Delivery and Design: A Deliberative Dialogue Case Study.
Master of Health Information Science, October 2020
Supervisor: Anita Kothari
Jeyabalan, Vyshnave. Context-specific challenges, opportunities, and ethics of drones for healthcare delivery in the eyes of program managers and field staff: a multi-site qualitative study.
Master of Health Information Science, September 2020
Supervisor: Elysée Nouvet
Carswell, Jessica Morgan. Fostering a Trauma- and Violence-Informed Community: Developing Strategies to Inform Public Education.
Master of Health Information Science, August 2020
Supervisor: Nadine Wathen
Di Marco, Talia. The enactment of patient education for complex inpatients over the course of a stay in an interprofessional internal medicine inpatient unit.
Master of Health Information Science, August 2020
Supervisors: Pam McKenzie and Mark Goldszmidt
Secco, Mary. Ongoing Information and Support Needs of Parents of Children with Epilepsy.
Master of Health Information Science, August 2020
Supervisor: Jacquie Burkell
Zendo, Shamiram. Realist Evaluation of Health Equity Indicators for Local Public Health Agencies.
Phd in Health Information Science, August 2020
Supervisors: Anita Kothari and Marlene Le Ber
Braun, Andrew. "Dance like nobody's paying": Spotify and Surveillance as the Soundtrack of Our Lives.
Master of Arts in Popular Music & Culture, May 2020
Supervisor: Matt Stahl
Shuva, Nafiz Zaman. Information, Employment, and Settlement of Immigrants: Exploring the Role of Information Behaviour in the Settlement of Bangladesh Immigrants in Canada.
Phd in Library and Information Science, April 2020
Supervisor: Paulette Rothbauer
Diab, Ramon. The General Artificial Intellect.
Phd in Library and Information Science, February 2020
Supervisors: Nick Dyer-Witheford and Pam McKenzie