Sylvia Jocelyn Carr

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PURPOSE Acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (AECOPD) impair health-related quality of life (HRQL). We evaluated the effect of an abbreviated repeat pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) program on HRQL after an AECOPD. METHODS Patients who had completed PR were followed for up to 12 months to identify an AECOPD and then placed in(More)
The purpose of this study was to answer 2 questions: (1) how important to 2-year-old children is fact-to-face contact with the mother, and (2) do attachment behaviors, such as looking at, talking to, and being close to mothers, interact in a compensatory fashion? 24 male and female children, 18 to 30 months, were observed with their mothers for 15 minutes(More)
As I spend more time digesting the information provided by Graham and Connelly,1 it becomes evident that we, as clinicians, need to delve more deeply to effectively analyze and prescribe healthy activities for our clients of any age. While Statistics Canada reports that only 38% to 47% of Canadian older adults are sufficiently active to meet guidelines for(More)
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