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Successful aging in Canadian seniors : implications for public health promotion and planning for an aging population
Rowe and Kahn (1987)proposed that successful aging (SA) is the balance of three components; a) absence of disease and disease-related disability, b) high functional capacity, and c) active engagement with life. In contrast, ...
Nursing knowledge and methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus : implications for community health nursing in First Nations communities [research project] / by Cheryl A. Chisholm.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has emerged as a serious nosocomial and community-associated pathogen in aboriginal people in Canada (Canadian Pediatric Society, 2005). A recent survey with First Nations ...
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 ...
Breast and cervical cancer screening : knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Vietnamese Canadian women living in Toronto, Ontario / by Tue Tran Nghi Nguyen.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer, and cervical cancer is the second most common cancer, among Vietnamese women in North America. This ranking replicates the order of cancer prevalence among women residing in ...
Evaluating a toolkit to assist rural communities in developing end of life care [research project] / by Hilary Mettam.
Study location : Emo, Northwestern Ontario.
Tuberculosis education program for long term care homes / by Marcia L. Matthews.
Outbreaks of infectious diseases, such as SARS have highlighted the importance of infection prevention and control practices. Diseases such as tuberculosis (TB) continue to persist and pose a threat if not understood and ...
Evaluation of sexual health program : client survey / by Alexandria Kells.
Study area : Simco Muskoka District Health Unit (Ontario) service area.
Employee health and wellness : it's everyone's business / by Kelly McNabb.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit promotes the concept of comprehensive workplace health promotion to workplaces of varying sizes throughout the district. This project contains two documents for the employer. The first ...
Undergraduate nursing students' attitudes toward persons with mental illness : do theory and clinical exposure make a difference / by Nicole Brown.
Statement of Problem: The primary goal of this paper was to explore the attitudes, comfort level and knowledge of undergraduate nursing students toward persons with mental illness. The secondary objective of this paper ...
Environmental health in Nova Scotia : a framework for moving forward / by Stephen Parker.
In 2006 the Province of Nova Scotia released a report entitled The Renewal of Public Health in Nova Scotia. This report served as a comprehensive overview of opportunities to enhance public health services in the province. ...