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Cardiac rehabilitation referral strategies: effects on referral and enrollment
Despite recommendations in clinical practice guidelines, evidence suggests cardiac rehabilitation (CR) utilization following indicated cardiac events is 15-20%. Referral strategies such as automatic referral have been ...
Canada Watch A Remarkable Turning Point: Post Neo-liberal Latin America and the Shadow of Obama
(Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, 2010)
Posttraumatic stress symptoms and the diathesis-stress model of chronic pain and disability in patients undergoing major surgery
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2010-07)
Objectives: To (1) use structural equation modeling (SEM) to examine relationships proposed in Turk’s diathesis-stress model of chronic pain and disability as well as (2) investigate what role, if any, posttraumatic stress ...
Access to cardiac rehabilitation among South Asian patients by referral method: A qualitative study
OBJECTIVES: South Asians (SA) suffer an increased prevalence of coronary artery disease. Although cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is effective, SA are among the least likely to participate. ‘Automatic’ referral increases CR ...
Differences in social support and illness perceptions among South Asian and Caucasian patients with coronary artery disease
Objective: Social support and illness perceptions may affect recovery from a cardiac event or procedure. Previous research found cardiac patients of South Asian origin have lower levels of social support and may perceive ...
A Narrative Review on Women and Cardiac Rehabilitation: Program adherence and preferences for alternative models of care.
Despite the preponderance of evidence on the numerous benefits of CR, it remains largely under-utilized in women. The objective of this narrative review was to summarize and synthesize the literature on women and CR with ...
Woodbine Racetrack : Old Woodbine Racetrack
Mariposa Folk Festival Near Brampton [not used]
Malton New Woodbine Racetack : Queens Plate
Old Woodbine Racetrack : children admitted to track