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    • THE EXPERIENCES OF FAMILY MEMBERS WHO PROVIDE SUPPORT TO THEIR RELATIVE WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS 

      Fallatah, Fatmah (2013-01-03)
      Introduction: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is characterized by slow progression, functional limitations and poor quality of life. As a chronic disabling disease RA influence not only individuals but also their families. The ...
    • Family Literacy 

      Lee, Elizabeth; Nesbitt-Munroe, Debbie; Jackson, Anne; Arnold, Carynne; Dacosta, Lisa; Ramsay, Susan (Faculty of Education and Education Alumni Committee, 2006-12-15)
      This issue of the Education Letter seeks to inform you about family literacy, describe some successful programs, and discuss principles that teachers and schools may draw upon to develop family literacy programs. A report ...
    • THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A DELIRIUM KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION PRODUCT FOR FAMILIES OF THE ELDERLY 

      Keyser, Shannon (2010-09-07)
      Family members are in an optimal position to identify changes in behaviour of loved ones suffering from delirium. To date there are no known studies on educational interventions specifically targeting families of the elderly ...
    • Interpersonal economic abuse and intra-household inequities in food security 

      Power, Elaine (Canadian Journal of Public Health, 2006)
      Food insecurity affected over 2.3 million Canadians in 2004. To date, the food security literature has not considered the potential impact of economic abuse on food security, but there are three ways that these two important ...