Susanne Bruyère : Publications
Bruyère , S., VanLooy, S., & Peterson, D. (in press). The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF): Contemporary literature overview. Rehabilitation Psychology.
Bruyère, S. (in press). Policies and practices to promote nondiscrimination across the employment process. American Rehabilitation.
Bruyère, S., & VanLooy, S. (in press). Legislation and rehabilitation service delivery. In M. Eisenberg, R Glueckauf, & H. Zaretsky, Medical Aspects of Disability: A Handbook for the Rehabilitation Professional (3rd. ed.). New York: Springer Publishing.
Patterson, J., Bruyère, S., & Jenkins, W. (2004). Legislative foundations of rehabilitation and related services. In R. Parker, E. M. Szymanski, & J. Patterson (Eds.), Rehabilitation Counseling: Basics and Beyond (pp 27-46). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
Bruyère, S., Erickson, W., Wilson, D. and Somerville, N. (2004). The therapist's role in maintaining employment, in B. Kemp and L. Masqueda (Eds.), Aging with a Disability (pp 129-149). Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Bruyère, S., Erickson, W., & VanLooy, S. (2004). Comparative study of workplace policy and practices contributing to disability nondiscrimination. Rehabilitation Psychology, 49(1), 28-38.
Bruyère, Erickson, W., and Schramm, J. (2003). Disability in a technology-driven workplace. Workplace Visions, No. V.
Bruyère, S., Erickson, W., & Ferrentino, J. (2003). Identity and disability in the workplace. William and Mary Law Review, 44(3), 1173-1196.
Bruyère , S., Erickson, W., & VanLooy, S. (2003). Accessible IT for People with Disabilities: HR Considerations. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations Extension Division, Program on Employment and Disability.
Bruyère, S., Erickson, W., VanLooy, S., Sitaras, E., Cook, J., Burke, J., Farah, L., & Morris, M. (2003). Employment and disability policy: Recommendations for a social sciences research agenda. In F. E. Menz & D. F. Thomas (Eds.), Bridging gaps: Refining the disability research agenda for rehabilitation and the social sciences Conference proceedings. Menomonie: University of Wisconsin-Stout, Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute, Research and Training Centers.
Bruyère, S.M. (with Marshall, C.M., Santiago Gonz?z, C., and Garc?Ju?z, L.) (2003). Amudo and the Vencinos project: Striving together to meet the needs of indigenous women with disabilities in Oaxaca, Mexico, in A. Hans and A. Patri (Eds.), Women and Disability: The Double Burden, pages 259-275. New Delhi: Sage Publications.
Bruyère, S.M. (2002-2003). ADA impact on human resource policies and practices: Progress to date and looking forward. SCI Life (publication of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association), Fall/Winter issue, pages 16-17, 23.
Bruyère, S., and Brown, J. (2003). Legislation impacting employment for persons with disabilities, in E. Szymanski and R. Parker (Eds.), Work and Disability: Issues and Strategies in Career Development and Job Placement, pages 27-52. Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed.