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Depression and anxiety in inflammatory bowel disease: A review of comorbidity and management
(Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2009-07)
While there has been a great deal of speculation over the years on the importance of emotional factors in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), it is only in the last decade or so that studies with stronger designs have been ...
Speed and acceleration patterns of younger and older drivers
(Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, 2006)
Driving and aging is an area that is receiving more research attention. Most studies have been epidemiological or laboratory-based. Few studies have examined in-vehicle performance, and those that do usually rely on the ...
A population-based controlled study of social support, self perceived stress, activity and work issues and access to health care in IBD
(Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2008)
We're Canadian, eh?
This paper, still in process, is a considerably expanded and revised version of a talk given several years ago. It was once a featured paper at the Spanish 22nd Aedean International Conference for English and Philology, ...
Use of video technology and GPS as a tool for driver education – a preliminary investigation with older drivers
(Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, 2004)
Driver education programs have traditionally taken two general forms: in-classroom or in-vehicle. This study explores a variation on traditional in-vehicle driver education programs by using video technology instead of a ...
Making Stories, Making Selves: "Alternate Versions" in The Stone Diaries
Body Mass and Composition Affect Bone Density in Recently Diagnosed Inflammatory Bowel Disease: The Manitoba IBD Cohort Study
(Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2009-01)
BACKGROUND: This prospective study was undertaken to clarify the role of body mass and composition as a determinant of bone mineral density (BMD) in recently diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). METHODS: A nested ...
Melissa's story: bridging the theory/practice gap
This article describes a case study that explored relationships between theory and practice in a teacher candidate's learning to teach. Using a personal, narrative style, it explores one teacher-candidate's reflections ...
RF Cavity Passive Wireless Sensors With Time-Domain Gating-Based Interrogation for SHM of Civil Structures
Many existing sensing technologies for application to the monitoring of large systems or civil structures have a serious deficiency in that they require some type of wired physical connection to the outside world. This ...