Christopher Frank

Marie Leung2
Michelle Gibson2
2Marie Leung
2Michelle Gibson
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Tracking the mobility behavior of participants with smartphones to determine the CO2 emissions is an overcharging task for researchers. In a fleet test with 52 participants, 9968 datasets were generated, making the manual analysis a long-lasting endeavor. With our work, we are attempting to reduce the analysis time of the generated data and provide in the(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE To foster interest in geriatric care, the Queen's Geriatrics Interest Group (QGIG) collaborated with the Division of Geriatric Medicine to arrange a Geriatrics Pre-Clerkship Observership Program. METHODS Forty-two pre-clerkship medical students participated in the program between October 2013 and May 2014. Participants were paired(More)
Ageing is a common subject in arts and literature as it is a universal experience. The use of the humanities in medical education may have a positive effect on trainees' attitude to caring for seniors and on geriatrics as a career choice. This paper summarizes the role of humanities in medical education and provides some examples and thoughts on how(More)
  • Judith Seary, Philip St. John, Suzanne Tyas, Khalid Almulla, Howard Chertkow, Johanne Monette +195 others
  • 2014
Background Information: Limited research has suggested that rural residents are at increased risk of dementia. Objective: The objective of this study is to determine if rural residence is associated with dementia using both cross-sectional and prospective analyses. Methods: In 1991, 1763 community-dwelling adults aged 65+ participated in the Manitoba Study(More)
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