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Public adoption in Ontario : available children and the decision-making processes of applicants considering children with and without disabilities
In much of Canada, the number of children in child welfare care has been increasing significantly in recent years. In Ontario, Canada’s most populous province, the permanent ward population doubled in size over the decade ...
Stronger Evidence is Needed to Determine if Exercise is Effective in Improving Hand Function in Women ≥ 50 Years of Age with Hand Osteoarthritis
CLINICAL QUESTION: Is exercise effective in improving hand function in women 50 years of age and older with hand OA? CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE: The value of exercise in improving hand function in women ≥ 50 years of age ...
THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE, REHABILITATION, AND RESPONDING TO MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE CONTEXT OF CRIMINAL COURTS IN REMOTE, MAINLY INUIT ARCTIC COMMUNITIES
Researchers have recently suggested using the problem-solving court principles that guide criminal court mental health diversion initiatives in large North American cities and elsewhere to deliver similar objectives outside ...
Exploration of Worker Perceived Workplace Organizational Justice for Injured Workers Who Have Participated in a Return to Work Program
Recent interest in organizational justice and disability management has resulted in this thesis, the purpose of which was to examine the relationship between perceived organizational justice and return to work (RTW). Three ...
The Coordination of Multi-Joint Reaching Movements: A Developmental Profile
The study of visually-guided reaching has been a meaningful tool to investigate sensory-motor coordination in typical development and different clinical paediatric populations. The aim of this study was to characterize the ...