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Hogan, David B., Bergman, Howard, Stelfox, H. Thomas, Tam-Tham, Helen, Arora, Rakesh C., Afilalo, Jonathan, Hemmelgarn, Brenda, Bronskill, Susan E., Maxwell, Colleen J., Basran, Jenny, Rolfson, Darryl, Mitnitski, Arnold, Bagshaw, Sean, Dixon, Elijah, Wunsch, Hannah, Madden, Kenneth
Quantification of important biochemical (e.g. intramuscular fat content, toughness) properties of beef m. longissimus thorasis (LT) using technologies of optical spectroscopy and digital image analysis was examined in this thesis research. The main objective of this thesis work focused on the...
A Pan Canadian Practice Guideline for Screening, Assessment, and Management of Cancer-Related Fatigue in Adults (Version 2)Download
Harth, Tamara, McLeod, Deborah, Hamel, Marc, Howell, Doris, Jones, Jennifer, Hack, Tom, Sawka, Annie, Swinton, Nelda, Keshavarz, Homa, Olson, Karin, Broadfield, Larry, Phan, Stephanie, Ali, Muhammad U.
Background Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is a prevalent problem in cancer and has a side effect of treatment that often worsens during cancer treatment and can persist as a long-term problem for many patients including those in palliative care and cancer survivor populations. Reported prevalence...
An Experimental Test of the Learning Errors and Formative Feedback (LEAFF) Model: Creating Positive Learning and Assessment Environments for StudentsDownload
The Learning Errors and Formative Feedback [LEAFF] model is a three-part learning and assessment framework that is designed to create safe learning and assessment environments for students. This paper reports an experimental test of the first part of the model, namely, a manipulation of an...
EFM Research Note 07/2003
The videogame industry is a considerable market: in 2012, the industry was worth over $86 billion USD and about seventy-two percent of American households play videogames. It is unsurprising, then, that commercial and educational developers and/or researchers have sought to capitalise on...
Background: Shoulder pain is a common problem treated by physicians and physical therapists. A large number of these patients have injury to the rotator cuff. There is a range of severity in rotator cuff disease, which likely includes a high proportion of partial thickness tears (PTT). This...
This handbook describes tools used to assess and monitor the health or condition of reclaimed marshes in the oil sands region. It will guide users through the sampling methods, laboratory procedures, and data calculation steps necessary for measuring health indicators of permanent wetlands...
Assessment of Decision-Making Capacity in Adults with Diseases and Disabilities: Is the Decision-Making Capacity Assessment Model Appropriate for Alberta? - Final Report February 2012 - March 2012Download
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY An evaluation was conducted of the Decision-Making Capacity Assessment Model (DMCA Model). The DMCA Model was developed in the Province of Alberta to provide guidance and support to health care professionals working with clients whose ability to make independent decisions...
Pre-pregnancy dietary intake and physical activity may be important in fetal development. The objective of this study was to examine the use of a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) and the Baecke physical activity questionnaire (Baecke) in a retrospective assessment of pre-pregnancy dietary...