Journal Articles (Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation)
Items in this Collection
- 5Peers, Danielle
- 4Yardley, J. E.
- 3Eales, Lindsay
- 2Bracken, R. M.
- 1Author NB was supported by an Alberta Innovates Health Solutions Summer Studentship. This collaborative work was made possible by Swansea University Research Grant Enabler (SURGE) funding.
- 1Bouchard, D.
- 1Arts-based research; qualitative methods; disability; critical disability studies
- 1Closed Loop
- 1Continuous Glucose Monitoring
- 1Disability Movements
Care is a dirty word for many in our communities. “Care giving” has become a euphemism for often-indifferent, under-funded, labor that is done to our bodies to (barely) enable our continued survival. Care is a dirty word in many of our leftist-feminist communities. Care work is a classification...
Prior to the widespread use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), knowledge of the effects of exercise in type 1 diabetes (T1D) was limited to the exercise period, with few studies having the budget or capacity to monitor participants overnight. Recently, CGM has become a staple of many...
Closed-loop systems for patients with type 1 diabetes are progressing rapidly. Despite these advances, current systems may struggle in dealing with the acute stress of exercise. Algorithms to predict exercise-induced blood glucose changes in current systems are mostly derived from data involving...
In this article, I explore the concept of axiology in the context of adapted physical activity research and analyze its connection to the more commonly discussed paradigmatic assumptions of epistemology and ontology. Following methodo- logical scholars, I argue for an acknowledgment of the...
Interstitial glucose and physical exercise in type 1 diabetes: Integrative physiology, technology, and the gap in-betweenDownload
Continuous and flash glucose monitoring systems measure interstitial fluid glucose concentrations within a body compartment that is dramatically altered by posture and is responsive to the physiological and metabolic changes that enable exercise performance in individuals with type 1 diabetes....
Where is the moving body in our written bodies of work? How might we articulate truly unspeakable and deeply moving moments of understanding? In what ways can we reflect and honor the knowl- edge of those who do not use academic words, English words, or any words at all? How might art move us to...
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (APAQ) currently mandates that authors use person-first language in their publications. In this viewpoint article, we argue that although this policy is well intentioned, it betrays a very particular cultural and disciplinary approach to disability: one that is...
Sport and social movements by and for disability and deaf communities: Important differences in self-determination, politicisation, and activismDownload
On the face of it, the Paralympic Movement seems to share much with global disability movements1 in relation to rights, inclusion, and social change. The guiding aspiration of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), for example, reads: “Athletes and the Paralympic Games are at the heart of...
Adding vigorous-intensity intervals (VII) to moderate-intensity exercise prevents immediate declines in blood glucose in type 1 diabetes (T1D) however the intensity required to minimize post-exercise hypoglycemia is unknown. To examine this question, ten sedentary T1D individuals completed four...