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  • “Universal" developmental sequences may hide big surprises: The case of the sit-crawl-point sequence 

    Lall, Debra I. K.; Eaton, Warren (International Congress of Infant Studies, 2022-06-30)
    Infant self-locomotion by crawling predicts the onset of later shared attention between a baby and an adult via pointing. The claim that self-locomotion is crucial for attention would be weakened if a stationary pre-crawling ...
  • Empower: Association of Architecture School Librarians Conference Report 

    Huot, Ashley (2022-06-29)
    This conference report summarizes the content and conversations of the Association of Architecture School Librarians’ 2022 virtual conference titled Empower. This topic was engaged through thematic groupings of presentations ...
  • Gender-inclusive writing for epidemiological research on pregnancy 

    Rioux, Charlie; Weedon, Scott; London-Nadeau, Kira; Paré, Ash; Juster, Robert Paul; Roos, Leslie; Freeman, Makayla; Tomfohr-Madsen, Lianne (BMJ, 2022-06-20)
    People who have a uterus but are not cisgender women may carry pregnancies. Unfortunately to date, academic language surrounding pregnancy remains largely (cis )woman-centric. The exclusion of gender-diverse people in the ...
  • Science and Technical Communication for Knowledge Translation 

    Rioux, Charlie; Weedon, Scott (IEEE, 2022-06-13)
    In the broader field of science and technical communication, the translation and transfer of expert and technical knowledge is an enduring preoccupation. While research in science and technical communication has studied ...
  • Sex and gender terminology: a glossary for gender-inclusive epidemiology 

    Rioux, Charlie; Paré, Ash; London-Nadeau, Kira; Juster, Robert Paul; Weedon, Scott; Levasseur-Puhach, Sydney; Freeman, Makayla; Roos, Leslie; Tomfohr-Madsen, Lianne (BMJ, 2022-06-20)
    There is increased interest in inclusion, diversity and representativeness in epidemiological and community health research. Despite this progress, misunderstanding and conflation of sex and gender have precluded both the ...
  • Unbundling ClinicalKey 

    Lê, Mê-Linh; Rothney, Janet; Winkler, Janice (Canadian Health Libraries Association Annual Conference, 2021-06)
    Introduction: In recent years, the cancellation of so-called journal ‘big deals’ has gained attention and traction within librarianship. In March 2019, University of California’s termination of its $11 million USD/year ...
  • Sex-specific association of human milk hormones and asthma in the CHILD cohort 

    Chan, Deborah; Becker, Allan B; Moraes, Theo J.; Mandhane, Piushkumar J; Sears, Malcolm; Turvey, Stuart; Subbarao, Padmaja; Field, Catherine; Azad, Meghan (Wiley, 2020-01-18)
    Asthma is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases, affecting 15%-20% of children worldwide. The Developmental Origins of Health and Diseases hypothesis suggests that early childhood offers a critical opportunity ...
  • Human milk oligosaccharide profiles and food sensitization among infants in the CHILD Study 

    Miliku, Kozeta; Robertson, B; Sharma, A.K; Subbarao, Padmaja; Becker, Allan B; Mandhane, Piush J.; Turvey, Stuart E.; Lefebvre, D.L.; Sears, Malcolm R; the CHILD Study Investigators, /; Bode, Lars; Azad, Meghan (Wiley, 2018-05-18)
    Human milk oligosaccharide profiles and food sensitization among infants in the CHILD Study
  • Review of Library Next: Seven Action Steps for Reinvention 

    Fuhr, Justin (Association of College & Research Libraries, 2022-03)
    Book review of Catherine Murray-Rust's Library Next: Seven Action Steps for Reinvention.
  • Gathering Research: ​ ​ Why all librarians should care about systematic reviews 

    Lê, Mê-Linh; Neilson, Christine; Winkler, Janice (Ontario Library Association (OLA), 2022-02-04)
    Requests for librarian support of systematic reviews, and other knowledge synthesis research, are growing, and increasingly these requests are coming from outside the traditional realm of the health sciences. In this panel, ...
  • Creating, Delivering and Evaluating an Informatics Course 

    Lê, Mê-Linh (Medical Library Association, 2021-05-24)
    Background: Due to changes in the scope and nature of care provided by pharmacists, all accredited Canadian Pharmacy programs were required to transition from a 4-year BSc to a 5-year PharmD by 2020. At the University of ...
  • Developing Data Services Skills in Academic Libraries 

    Fuhr, Justin (Association of College & Research Libraries, 2022-05)
    Research data services are increasingly offered by academic libraries. As a result, librarians may need to upskill to provide data services and build capacity. This study measures the current level of data services skills ...
  • Librarians and Open Pedagogy in the Studio: Scaffolding Information Literacy Skills 

    Huot, Ashley (ArLiSNAP and VREPS 2021 Fall Virtual Conference, 2021-11-13)
    This poster illustrates how the constructivist nature of open pedagogy/OERs are well suited to research-creation methodologies utilized in studios, and how embedded librarians engaging studio-based students in creating and ...
  • Literature Search Documentation - Considerations for adaptive design in pediatric clinical trials 

    Neilson, Christine J (2022-05-19)
    The complete search histories for the literature searches conducted for "Considerations for adaptive design in pediatric clinical trials: a systematic review, mixed-methods study, and integrated knowledge translation plan." ...
  • Older adults’ and carers’ engagement in democratic governance in the context of system and government transition 

    Funk, Laura M.; Rounce, Andrea; Cherpako, Danielle (Common Ground Research Networks, 2021-04-29)
    Advisory committees are some of the most prominent ways older adults and carers are represented in democratic governance in contemporary North America. Yet little is known about how older adults and unpaid carers interpret ...
  • Toll-like Interleukin -1 Receptor Regulator (TILRR) Protein, a Major Modulator of Inflammation, is Expressed in Normal Human and Macaque Tissues and PBMCs 

    Kashem, Mohammad Abul; Luo, Ma (Dove Press, 2022-05-11)
    Purpose: TILRR is a modulator of genes in the NF-κB inflammation pathway. It regulates inflammation-responsive genes, the secretion of inflammatory mediators, and the migration of immune cells. Because inflammation drives ...
  • High level of plasma TILRR protein is associated with faster HIV seroconversion 

    Kashem, Mohammad Abul; Lischynski, Jennifer; Stojak, Brittany; Li, Lin; Yuan, Xin-Yong; Liang, Binhua; Kimani, Joshua; Plummer, Francis; Luo, Ma (Elsevier, 2022-03-24)
    Background: TILRR (Toll-like Interleukin-1 Receptor Regulator) is a modulator of many genes in NF-κB (nuclear factor kappa-light-chain-enhancer of activated B cells) signaling. It promotes the production of inflammatory ...
  • Calcium-sensing Receptor is not Expressed in the Absorptive Enterocytes of Weaned Piglets 

    Zhao, Xiaoya; Hui, Qianqu; Azevedo, Paula A; Nyachoti, Charles M.; O, Karmin; Yang, Chengbo (2022-03-16)
    The calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR) is a kokumi receptor that plays an essential role in nutrient sensing and animal physiology, growth, and development. Pig CaSR (pCaSR) was identified and characterized in the intestine. ...
  • CAFE Summary Report 

    Landrum, Lisa (Canadian Council of University Schools of Architecture (CCUSA), 2020-09)
    The Canadian Architecture Forums on Education were part of a year-long outreach project to discuss and debate the role of architectural education and research in shaping Canada’s future. Modes of exchange included five ...
  • Reinventing ourselves: New and emerging roles of academic librarians in Canadian research-intensive universities 

    Ducas, Ada; Michaud-Oystryk, Nicole; Speare, Marie (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2020-01)
    The academic library profession is being redefined by the shifting research and scholarly landscape, the transformation in higher education, and advances in technology. A survey of librarians working in Canada’s ...

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