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This participatory action research study focused on identifying community participation goals, barriers, and supports/strategies in partnership with people who have experienced a stroke. Goals demonstrate that participation is more than activity performance in context; instead, it relates to "being a part of" the community and having access to participation… (More)
BACKGROUND Parkinson's disease (PD) is heterogeneous and age at onset may define variation in clinical phenotype. Most previous studies have used various age cut-offs and have been based on clinical case series. METHODS We have studied the association between clinical features and age of onset in 358 community-based and regional patients with PD. … (More)
There are a number of situations for patients with Parkinson's disease in which a safe and efficacious switch from treatment with one dopamine agonist to another may be required. This article explores reasons for making such a switch, and provides practical guidance on performing it.
In networks with sensitive resources and time critical missions, user identification and authentication is essential and critical for all secure access communications originating from outside into the networks. However, there are networks and times when entity identification is not required and indeed in some networks, for the security of the outside entity… (More)
In this study we measured self-reported relationship anxiety and avoidance and variables assessing various aspects of self-worth. There were a total of 116 heterosexual couples. The average age of participants was 21.6. We found that there are not many gender differences in self-reported self-worth variables or relationship avoidance, though women did… (More)