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Understanding the meanings of the personal lived experiences of spousal care partners participating in a chronic disease self-management program : describing the meaning and essence of the phenomenon
As predicted by the Rising Tide Study, the prevalence of dementia is increasing, and it is a chronic disease that is costly in its social, economic and health dimensions (WHO, 2012; Alzheimer’s Society of Canada (ASC), ...
Beyond the problem and the intervention: understanding contextual factors influencing adoption of a comprehensive school health program
The focus of this qualitative research was to explore the factors that influence schools’ decisions to adopt a comprehensive school health program – Go Girls! in Thunder Bay, Ontario. I interviewed administrators and ...
A Randomized Trial of a Comprehensive Training Process to Enhance Safe Driving in Older Adults
In Canada, older adult driving exposure is increasing quite drastically. However, older adult drivers have a higher motor vehicle collision fatality risk compared to younger age groups. Therefore, older adult driver ...