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Evaluation of sexual health program : client survey / by Alexandria Kells.
Study area : Simco Muskoka District Health Unit (Ontario) service area.
Utilization of primary health care nurse practitioners in rural northern communities to alleviate the physician shortages and retention issues / by Susan Fairservice.
The purpose of this research project is to critically examine primary health care services and analyze alternative solutions to the physician recruitment and retention issue in rural, northern, and remote communities in ...
Adult Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder & smoking : an overview of epidemiological data, a review of current studies and the need for future research in Northwestern Ontario / by Nelson Sidorski.
This research project was designed to provide a summary of the studies related to adult ADHD and smoking, and utilize these findings to improve future research about adult ADHD and smoking in Northwestern Ontario. The ...
Public communication about pandemic influenza : a critical public health ethics analysis / by Laena Maunula.
The purpose of this research was two-fold: two-fold: firstly, to critically analyze, using a critical public health ethics perspective, public communication directed toward the population of Ontario regarding a future ...
Public health program evaluation best practices within the Canadian federal government [research project] / by Agate Stankiewicz.
Program evaluation findings are reported in evaluation reports as part of Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) funding requirements and are key information used to ensure accountability for planned results. This ...
Therapeutic Riding and You : an evaluation of how a local therapeutic riding program affects the lives of riders / by Amy K.S. Wonnell.
The purpose of the study was to determine how the Thunder Bay Therapeutic Riding Association impacts the lives of the riders; to determine what aspects of the program are most important to the riders; and to provide the ...
Teacher perceived barriers to implementing regular daily physical activity in Simcoe County elementary schools / by Cindy Middlemass Strampel.
Background: Teachers in Ontario are expected to implement 20 minutes of daily physical activity (DPA) into their daily programming, due to the Ministry of Health Promotion guidelines adapted in 2006. This study examined ...
Knowledge, attitudes and barriers toward breast and cervical cancer screening of French and Aboriginal women in Timmins, Ontario / by Michelle Haavaldsrud.
"The primary objectives of the study were to explore Aboriginal women's current cervical health practices and cervical cancer screening (CCS) utilization, to identify Aboriginal women's knowledge and risk associated with ...
Knowledge and practices of women in rural Nkwerre, Nigeria, regarding cervical cancer and cervical cancer screening / by Cynthia Ihekwoaba.
The International Network of Cancer Treatment and Research (INCTR, 2004) has identified cancer as a major health problem in Nigeria, as in most other African countries. Cervical cancer is the commonest cancer in the ...