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This 45-minute PowerPoint presentation is ready for download and will provide contextual information about CIHR (mandate, strategic plan, priorities, organizational structure), as well as specific information about all student and trainee programs, including a general description of the program,...
This study is a qualitative secondary analysis of open-ended survey comments from a national survey of Canadian psychologists (n = 399) that extends the research of Jacobson, Hanson, and Zhou (2015). A case study research design is employed utilizing Consensual Qualitative Research (CQR) analytic...
The adoption of powered myoelectric prostheses and their ability to improve quality of life for persons with amputations is hindered by the difficulty of controlling multiple degrees of freedom with a limited number of input signals. Different myoelectric control strategies have been developed to...
Interactions between police and individuals suffering from mental illness are very frequent. Police forces are regularly first responders to those with mental illness. Unfortunately, on occasion interactions are violent and sometimes fatal. Despite this, training police how to best interact with...
Does overload exercise training alter autonomic nervous system activity and hemodynamic regulation in aerobically fit men?Download
In general, chronic endurance training has positive effects on physiological function. However, the performance of training in excess of what an individual is able to recover from can lead to performance, physiological and psychobiological maladaptation. The purposes of this investigation were to...
Client sexual advances may be a common occurrence in therapy, yet there is little information available with strategies for managing them. In hope of initiating a dialogue, five female therapists’ experiences were examined for possible insights. Informal semi-structured interviews provided data...
Instrumenting and Validating a Vibrotactile Device to Assess and Rehabilitate Dynamic Seated BalanceDownload
Tools that effectively assess and train dynamic seated balance are critical for enhancing functional independence and reducing risk of secondary health complications in the elderly and individuals with neuromuscular impairments. On the one hand, current assessment tools quantify changes in the...
International research capacity-building programs for nurses to study the drug phenomenon in Latin America: Challenges and perspectivesDownload
The First International Research Capacity-Building Program for Nurses to Study the Drug Phenomenon in the Americas is a result of a partnership between the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) of the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Faculty of Nursing in the...