Refereed contributions: Edited works

Ludlow, B.A. (2008). Park Walk [Questionnaire and graphs]. In M. Ladly & P. Beesley (Eds.), Mobile nation: Creating methodologies for mobile platforms (pp. 147-156). Waterloo, ON: Riverside Architectural Press.

Articles in scholarly refereed journals

de Jager, A., Tewson, A., Ludlow, B., & Boydell, K. (2016). Embodied Ways of Storying the Self: A Systematic Review of Body-Mapping. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(2). Retrieved from

Ludlow, B.A. (2014). Witnessing: Creating visual research memos about patient experiences of body mapping in a dialysis unit. The American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 64(5): xiii-xiv. Retrieved from

Ludlow, B.A. (2011). Retrospective. Ars Medica: A Journal of the Arts, Medicine and Humanities, 8(1), 57-63. Retrieved from

Conference proceedings
Ladly, M., Ludlow, B.A., Wright, L., Jofre, A. (Aug 2015). People, places and things: A mobile locative mapping workshop [Co-author; 2pg Extended Abstract]Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art, Vancouver, BC. Retrieved from

Ladly, M., Rudzicz, F., Ludlow, B. A., Jofre, A., & Wright, L. (Aug 2015). Postcard Memories: An interactive tablet application for elders with early-stage dementia [Co-author; 2pg Extended Abstract]. Proceedings of the 21st international symposium on electronic art. Retrieved from

Wright, L., Ludlow, B.A., Jofre, A., Chen, C., Ladly, M., Rudzicz, F., Chadha, K. (24-26 Jun. 2015). Postcard Memories: Analysis of preliminary usability studies of a mobile postcard application geared towards older adults with Early Stage Dementia of the Alzheimer’s type [Abstract]. Brescia University College. London, ON: The Qualitatives, 2015. Retrieved from

Ladly, M., Penn, G., Ludlow, B.A., Kazemian, S., Jofre, A., Wright, L. (3-6 Jun 2015). The CBC Newsworld Holodeck. Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for TV and Online Video, Brussels, BEL. Retrieved from

Ladly, M., Ludlow, B., & Buzio, G. (2014). People, places and things: A mobile locative mapping workshop [Co-author; 4pg Extended Abstract]. Proceedings of the 16th international conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices & services (pp. 569-572). ACM. doi:

Other refereed contributions: Papers presented at scholarly meetings or conferences

Ladly, M., Rudzicz, F., Wright, L. [Co-presenter], Ludlow, B.A. [Co-presenter], Jofre, A., Chen, C., Chadha, K. (2015, June). Postcard Memories: Analysis of preliminary usability studies of a mobile postcard application geared towards older adults with early stage Dementia of the Alzheimer’s type. Paper presented at the 32nd annual Qualitatives conference, London, ON. Abstract retrieved from

Ludlow, B.A. (2015, June). Body mapping with geriatric inpatients receiving daily hæmodialysis therapy for end-stage renal disease at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute: A qualitative study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Communication Association, Ottawa, ON.

Ludlow, B.A. (2015, April). ‘Make It Last’: Affect and attachment patterns revealed in portrait drawings. Paper presented at Sensorium Symposium. Collapsing Constellations: Remapping Art, Science and the Planetary, Toronto, ON. Abstract retrieved from

Ludlow, B.A. (2011, November). Body mapping with elders receiving care: How arts can inform illness experience. Paper presented at the “Social Work Beyond Borders, Social Work Artfully” Workshop. Johannesburg, South Africa.

Non-refereed contributions: Published reviews

Wellbery, C. (2015). Installation: Bryn Ludlow, Section 4: Empathy. Retrieved from

Dr. Caroline Wellbery is Associate Deputy Editor of American Family Physician and Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, Georgetown University.

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