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Impact of benzodiazepines and opioid analgesics on safe driving / by Sacha Dubois.
Benzodiazepines are prescribed to relieve anxiety and aid sleep; opioid analgesics are prescribed to relieve severe or chronic pain. Both medications act as central nervous system depressants and can impair ones ability ...
Workplace support for employees with cancer / by Behdin Nowrouzi.
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to survey human resource personnel about how their northeastern Ontario workplaces assist employees with cancer. METHODS: This crosssectional study sent surveys to 255 workplaces in ...
Avian influenza the current state of affairs : the public health perspective in Canada / by Yvonne B. Kangong.
In light of Canada’s need to deal with respiratory infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, Avian Influenza and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), public health departments across the country have been challenged ...
Evaluation of a multisite cardiac rehabilitation program delivered via telehealth technology / by Cathy Collinson.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) pilot program servicing Nipigon, Atikokan, Marathon, Manitouwadge.
Study of the social factors contributing to youth smoking in an Inuit community / by Michelle, Doucette.
Inuit people in the Canadian Arctic have the highest rates of tobacco use of any population in Canada. On average, 70% of Inuit people use tobacco (Godel, 2006; Health Canada, 2005b; Ritchie & Reading 2003). This study ...
Correlates and select quality of life measures among individuals with schizophrenia and comorbid diabetes compared to individuals with schizophrenia only / by Sean Griffith.
Individuals with schizophrenia are at an increased risk for developing diabetes and experience rates of diabetes two to five times higher than the general population. The limited number of studies that have been conducted ...
Exploring well-being in a First Nation community : a qualitative study / by Lana Ray.
First Nations people hold the worldview that all human and non-human beings are interconnected. This worldview is imperative to the well-being of not only individuals, but to the community and land as well because it ...
Examination of the stigma experiences and needs of individuals with serious mental illness / by Carrie Gibbons.
Study area : Northwestern Ontario.
Social determinants of health & community engagement : developing a framework for public health / by Angela McKague Bennett.
Discussion includes Canada and Northeastern Ontario.
Program proposal : guided self-help bulimia nervosa program delivered in primary care [research project] / by Jennifer Fawcett.
Bulimia nervosa is a complex emotional and physical illness that presents challenges for primary care providers in identifying and supporting individuals with this eating disorder. Many patients experience difficulties ...