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Reporting and investigating adverse events following immunization campaigns in Afghanistan : creating a tool for follow up / by Diane Araki.
The purpose of this project was to assist the Afghanistan Ministry of Public Health (MOPH, 2002) in developing guidelines for a tool to conduct follow-up investigations of AEFis. Mass immunization campaigns are currently ...
Physical activity promotion in Sudbury-area call centres : employers' perspectives / by Sheila Joan Renton.
A 2004 report from the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health identified the workplace as a key setting for the implementation of strategies for the promotion of physical activity as part of a plan to help Ontarians achieve ...
Parent perceptions of safe hockey and their child's participation in physical activity / by Alyshia Landry
Background: Ice hockey, a very popular sport in Canada, is enjoyed by the young and old alike. However, like any other sport, participating in hockey exposes players to the possibility of injury. The majority of injuries ...
Cervical cancer screening among aboriginal women and the influence of nurse practitioners in providing screening / by Carienne V. Bowes-Kerber. --
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 ...
Feel the Power Feel Fit Girls program : a formative evaluation / by Alison Lorraine Massey.
This research study set out to formatively evaluate a physical activity program directed at female adolescents. The program, Feel the Power Feel Fit Girls (FTPFFG) is run by Hamilton Public Health Services and funded by ...
Knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of individuals attending influenza immunization clinics sponsored by the regional municipality of York / by Lara McLees.
The knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about influenza and the influenza vaccine of individuals in the community are not well known. The purpose of this study was to conduct a review of current literature related to influenza ...
Does physical activity at a younger age reduce the likelihood of falls in seniors? / by Cindy Sabolic.
Purpose: Falls are a significant cause of death and disability and have a serious impact to the psychological and physical health of the elderly. The purpose of this research study was to determine if physical activity ...
Predictors of workplace absenteeism and duration of employment in cancer care workers / by Amanda Carosi.
Workplace absenteeism and duration of employment are growing concerns among health care organizations, in terms of high costs, lost productivity, and job turnover. The aim of this study was to identify sociodemographic and ...
Systematic review, evaluating the evidence of an association between exposure to swine or poultry in agricultural settings and human infection with zoonotic influenza viruses / by Carol Styles
[Systematic review of research in influenza and human infection with zoonotic influenza viruses.]
Knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about HIV/AIDS among males and females aged 15 to 49 in Cameroon, Africa / by Emmanuel Ngwakongnwi.
Levels of knowledge about AIDS are widely believed to be high in Cameroon, a country with low prevalence rates compared to other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, not much effort has been made to evaluate these ...