Tracey L. Adams

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mtCLIC/CLIC4 (referred to here as mtCLIC) is a p53- and tumor necrosis factor alpha-regulated cytoplasmic and mitochondrial protein that belongs to the CLIC family of intracellular chloride channels. mtCLIC associates with the inner mitochondrial membrane. Dual regulation of mtCLIC by two stress response pathways suggested that this chloride channel protein(More)
In Ontario, Canada, an inter-professional struggle is occurring between the professions of dentistry and dental hygiene over who should be the primary oral health care provider for the public; that is, when someone seeks dental treatment, who should they see first? This conflict has been spurred by recent changes in the regulation of health care(More)
BACKGROUND This is the second of two articles introducing a clinical competency examination in radiology. The first article described the structure, administration, and postexamination student comments for two versions of the radiology competency examination. This article reports the results obtained from these two administrations of the examinations. (More)
BACKGROUND There is a need for radiology educational outcome measures that evaluate clinical competency. This is the first of two articles introducing a clinical competency examination in radiology. This first article describes the evolution and structure of the examination. The second article presents the results of two administrations of the examination(More)
The induction of mouse skin papillomas by initiation-promotion protocols is associated with aberrant expression of epithelial markers in the tumor mass. Similarly, initiation of mouse keratinocytes with a retrovirus encoding the v-ras gene (v-ras keratinocytes) causes characteristic alterations of epidermal gene expression (A. A. Dlugosz et al., Cancer(More)
  • Tracey L Adams
  • The Canadian review of sociology and anthropology…
  • 2003
This paper explores the influence of gender and feminism on the professional projects of female-dominated professions, through a case study of dental hygiene in Ontario. Full professional status has eluded many female-dominated professions, including dental hygiene. Historically, dental hygiene was defined as work for women, to be performed strictly under(More)
This paper reports on the process of developing a community-based interprofessional team to provide diabetes related foot ulcer care. A new interprofessional team was formed in a local community, and the process of building a successful team was examined by the adoption of an exploratory qualitative case study approach that gathered a series of one-on-one(More)
Past studies have focused on inter-professional conflict and its implication for professional status and work. However, there is a dearth of research on intra-professional conflict and its implications for professions. This study explores intra-professional conflicts among nurses in Ontario, using a qualitative research design, drawing on in-depth(More)
This study examined Ontario dentists' and dental hygienists' attitudes to independent dental hygiene practice and changing the scope of practice. Data were collected from a mail survey of a systematic, stratified sample of Ontario dentists (483 respondents) and dental hygienists (437 respondents) conducted in the winter and spring of 2002 to assess what(More)
Historically, prevailing gender ideologies were an important element in both the exclusionary strategies employed by male occupational groups and the countervailing responses by female groups. The way in which evolving gender ideologies, and feminism in particular, influence the continuing struggle for greater status and recognition by female professions,(More)