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1998 Research Publications

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Papers in Refereed Journals (1998)

  1. Campbell C.M., G. Wisenberg, J. Sykes, R.T. Thompson. The effects of diltiazem and propranolol during controlled reperfusion following myocardial ischemia in a canine model monitored by two dimensional 31P chemical shift spectroscopic imaging. Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 76:522-531, 1998.
  2. Chilibeck, P.D., D.H. Paterson, C.R. McCreary, G.D. Marsh, D.A. Cunningham, T.T. Thompson. The effect of age on VO2 and PCr kinetics in humans during exercise. Exper. Physiol. 83: 107-117, 1998.
  3. Chilibeck, P.D., C.R. McCreary, G.D. Marsh, D.H. Paterson, E.G. Noble, A.W. Taylor, R.T. Thompson. Evaluation of muscle oxidative potential by 31P MRS during incremental exercise in old and young humans. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 78:460-465, 1998.
  4. Crilly, R.G., A. Carmilleri. Osteoporosis: Summary of Current Knowledge. Part I: Diagnosis and Assessment of Risk. Mature Medicine, Vol 1, No. 4, 1998.
  5. Crilly, R.G., A. Carmilleri. Osteoporosis: Summary of Current Knowledge. Part II: Prevention and Treatment. Mature Medicine, Vol 1, No. 5, 1998.
  6. Ecclestone, N.A., A.M. Myers, D.H. Paterson. Tracking older participants of twelve physical activity classes over a three-year period. J. Aging Phys. Activity, 6: 70-82, 1998.
  7. Hodsman, A.B. Bone mineral density T scores: assessing the risk. Editorial, Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 21:94-96, 1998.
  8. Hodsman, A.B., M. Kiesel, L.J. Fraher, P.H. Watson, L.W. Stitt. Comparison of the response of pelvic and proximal tibial cancellous bone in rat to ovariectomy with estrogen replacement. Bone ,23:267-274, 1998.
  9. Jacob, C.S., A.V. Carron. The association between status and cohesion in sport teams. Journal of Sports Sciences, 16, 187-198, 1998.
  10. Lattanzio, P.J., R.J.Petrella. Proprioception in the aging athlete: a review. Orthopedics 21:463-471, 1998.
  11. Lemon, P.W.R. Effects of creatine supplementation during training - commentary. Clin. J. Sport Med. 8(4):315, 1998.
  12. Lemon P.W.R.. Effects of exercise on dietary protein requirements. Inter. J.Sport Nutr. 8:426-447, 1998.
  13. Myers, A.M., P.C. Fletcher, A.H. Myers, W. Sherk. Discriminative and evaluative properties of the Activities-specific Balance Confidence (ABC) scale. J. of Gerontology:Med Sci. 53A: M287-M294, 1998.
  14. Myers A.M. Commentary on: Rejeski WJ, Brawley LR, Ettinger W, Morgan T & Thompson C. Compliance to exercise therapy in older participants with knee osteoarthritis: Implications for treating disability. Clin. J. of Sports Med., 8: 148, 1998.
  15. Orange, J.B., A. Colton-Hudson. A case study of a spousal communication education and training program for Alzheimer's disease. Asha Division 2 Newsletter - Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 8(4), 22-29. 1998.
  16. Orange, J.B., A. Colton-Hudson. Enhancing communication in dementia of the Alzheimer's type: Caregiver education and training. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 14(2), 56-75, 1998.
  17. Orange, J.B., K.M. VanGennep, L. Miller, A. Johnson. Resolution of communication breakdown in dementia of the Alzheimer's type: A longitudinal study. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 26(1), 120-138, 1998.
  18. Orange, J.B., A. Kertesz, J.E. Peacock. Pragmatics in frontal lobe dementia and primary progressive aphasia. Journal of Neurolingusitics, 11(1/2), 153-177, 1998.
  19. Padilla, J.P., M.C.E. Lis, J. Licea, A.W. Taylor. Capacidad aerobia maxima y altividao deportiva en mexicanos. Arch. Inst. Cardiol. (Mex) 68: 274-281, 1998.
  20. Petrella, R.J. How effective is exercise training for the treatment of hypertension? Clin. J. Sport Med. 8:224-231, 1998.
  21. Plyley, M.J., B.J. Olmstead, E.G. Noble. Time course of changes in capillarization of hypertrophied rat plantaris muscle. J. Appl. Physiol. 84: 902-907, 1998.
  22. Scheuermann, B.W., J.M. Kowalchuk. Attenuated respiratory compensation during rapidly incremented ramp exercise. Resp. Physiol. 114: 227-238, 1998.
  23. Scheuermann, B.W., J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham. Oxygen uptake kinetics and plasma lactate following acute acetazolamide administration during moderate- and heavy-intensity exercise. J. Appl. Physiol. 85(4): 1384-1393, 1998.
  24. Taylor, A.W., D.H. Paterson, A.G. Morrow, V.W. Nolte. Testing for success and team selection procedures in international rowing: The Canadian story. Science and Olympic Sport 3: 46-51, 1998.
  25. Tudor-Locke, C., A.M. Myers, W. Rodger. N.A. Ecclestone. Towards acceptable exercise guidelines for Type 2 diabetes: An examination of current standards and practices. Canadian Journal of Diabetes Care 20: 47-53, 1998.
  26. Williams R.M., A.M. Myers. A new approach to measuring recovery in injured workers with acute low back pain: The Resumption of Activities of Daily Living (RADL) Scale. Physical Therapy 78: 613-623, 1998.
  27. Williams R.M., A.M. Myers. Functional Abilities Confidence Scale (FACS): A clinically sensible measure for injured workers with acute low back pain. Physical Therapy 78: 624-634, 1998.
  28. Ziegenfuss, T.N., L.M. Lowery, P.W.R. Lemon. Acute fluid volume shifts in men during three days of creatine supplementation. J. Exerc. Physiol. online 1(3):1-14, 1998.

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Presentations and Published Abstracts (1998)

  1. Artale, L.M., M. E.Rogers, W.R. Lemon. Effects of weight training on isokinetic knee flexion peak torque in elderly women, American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, USA, 1998. (Abs. Pub In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30 (5, suppl):S163, 1998).
  2. Bell, C., D.H. Paterson, V. Palinkas, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.A. Cunningham. Hyperoxia does not accelerate oxygen uptake kinetics during the on-transient of moderate intensity exercise in older humans. The Physiological Society, Liverpool, England, April, 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: J. Physiol. 509P: 199P, 1998).
  3. Bell, C., J. Padilla, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson. A comparison of techniques for modeling VO2 kinetics at the on-transient of exercise above and below ventilatory threshold (TVE) . American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, Florida, June, 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S188, 1998).
  4. Bigland-Ritchie, B., C.K. Thomas, C.L. Rice. Muscle responses to short-interval paired-pulses. 8th Annual Meeting on Neural Control of Movement, Key West, Florida, April, 1998.
  5. Black, M., J.B. Orange, Interprofessional educational resources: Teaming together to teach our students. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, London, Ontario, October,1998.
  6. Brown, A., J.B. Orange. Canadian university curriculum and clinical practice issues in geriatric speech-language pathology. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Abs. Pub. In Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 22(1), 27, May, 1998).
  7. Brown, J.P., J.D. Adachi, A.A. Chines, D. Hanley, A.B. Hodsman, S. Pack, N.A. Sacco-Gibson, L.G. Ste-Marie, G.F. Stephenson for the Canadian CIO Research Group. The effect of etidronate therapy on markers of bone turnover in patients on high dose corticosteroids. PANLAR Meeting, Montreal, PQ, 1998.
  8. Crilly, R.G., M. Kloseck. Determinants of boredom in the elderly. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Annual Meeting. Toronto, (Abs. Pub. In Clin. Med. 31, Supp: S41, 162, 1998).
  9. Crilly, R.G., M. Kloseck. Determinants of boredom in the elderly. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, November 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Gerontologist, V. 38, p.110, 1998).
  10. Cyarto, E.V., N.A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, C. Fitzgerald. Leadership programs developed by the Centre for Activity and Ageing. Canadian Association on Gerontology 27th Educational and Scientific Meeting, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October, 1998.
  11. Cyarto, E.V. Benefits of physical activity for older adults. Active Living Communities Network of Waterloo Region - Ambassador Training Seminar. Kitchener, Ontario, September, 1998.
  12. Doherty, A., C.S. Jacob. Choosing the role of coach: A social cognitive perspective. North American Society for Sport Management, Buffalo, New York, April, 1998.
  13. Ecclestone, N.A., D.-A. Lazowski, C.E. Tudor-Locke, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones. Assessing strength and flexibility in the frail elderly: A practical workshop on outcome measures which are reliable, valid, and sensitive to change with exercise. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, November, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Gerontologist, V. 38, p.248, 1998).
  14. Ecclestone, N.A. The Centre for Activity and Ageing's Home Support Exercise Program video. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, November, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Gerontologist, V. 38, p.75, 1998).
  15. Fitzgerald, C., G. Jones, D. Lazowski, N. Ecclestone, N. Segall. Presentation: Restorative Care Education and Training... What is in it for your facility?. Ontario Gerontology Conference, May, 1998.
  16. Fitzgerald, C., E. Cyarto. Home Support Exercise Program. Pre Conference Workshops. Canadian Association on Gerontology 27th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting , Halifax, Nova Scotia, October, 1998.
  17. Fitzgerald, C., D. Lazowski, G. Jones, S. Jacob, N. Segall, N. Ecclestone. Presentation. Restorative Care Education and Training. Canadian Association on Gerontology 27th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October, 1998.
  18. Fitzgerald, C., N. Segall, G. Jones, D.Lazowski, S. Jacob, N. Ecclestone. Presentation. Restorative Care Training for Long Term Care Staff. Activity Professionals of Ontario - Markham, Ontario, October, 1998.
  19. Fitzgerald, C., D. Lazowski, G. Jones, S. Jacob, N. Segall, N. Ecclestone, J. Knowlton, J. Boudreau- Bailey. Presentation. Restorative Care Education and Training. Rehabilitation and Geriatric Care Research Day, Parkwood Hospital, London, Ontario, November, 1998.
  20. Fraher, L.J., R. Avram, P.H. Watson, G.N. Hendy, K.L. Chong, J.E. Hendderson, D. Goltzman, A.B. Hodsman. A comparison of the biochemical responses to 1-31 hPTH and 1-34 hPTH given to healthy humans by slow infusion. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Fransisco, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Bone 23(5S):SA165, 1998).
  21. Gulam, M., M. Thornton, A.B. Hodsman, R.E. Walkert and D.W. Holdsworth. Comparison of phalangeal bone mineral density using area DEXA and radiographic absorptiometry. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Fransisco,1998. (Abs. Pub. In Bone 23(5S):F303, 1998).
  22. Hanley, D.A., J.D. Adachi, T.P. Annastassiades, J.P. Brown, A.A. Chines, A.B. Hodsman, R. Josse, D. Kendler, W. Olszynski, S. Pack, L.G. Ste-Marie, G.F. Stephenson, A. Tenenhouse, for the Canadian CIO Research Group. Prevention of corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis with etidronate: one year follow-up with calcium only. (Abs. Pub. In Bone 23(5S):T460, 1998).
  23. Hodsman, A.B., M. Kiesel, P.H. Watson and L.J. Fraher. Bone histomorphometric changes after 2 years of cyclic parathyroid hormone treatment in women with osteoporosis. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Francisco, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Bone 23(5S):SA448, 1998).
  24. Huijbregts, M., T. Kay, A.M. Myers, T. Gavin. Outcome measurement in clinical practice: Practitioners' Perspectives. Presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Evaluation Society, St.John's, Nfld, June, 1998.
  25. Jacob, C. S., D. Paterson, N. Ecclestone. Initiatives promoting the synergism of nutrition and physical activity among older adults. Parkwood Hospital Research Day, London, ON, November, 1998.
  26. Jacob, C.S., G.R. Jones, C. Fitzgerald, P. Stolee, J.B. Orange, N.A. Ecclestone. Implementation evaluation of the Restorative Aide Education and Training program. Canadian Association of Gerontology 27th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, Halifax, NS, October, 1998.
  27. Jacob, C. S. Nutritional Needs and Concerns of Older Adults, Senior Fitness Instructor's Course, Centre for Activity and Ageing, London, ON, May, 1998.
  28. Jacob, C. S. Nutrition and Exercise for Older Adults, Elder Hostel Program, Westminster College, London, ON, May, 1998.
  29. Jacob, C. S. Fitness Assessment in the Elderly, Canadian Medical Hall of Fame ­ Canada Trust Youth Symposium, London, ON, May, 1998.
  30. Jakobi, J.M., B.L. Allman, and C.L. Rice. Motor unit and contractile properties in elbow flexors of young and old men. (Abs. Pub. In Soc. for Neurosci. Abstracts 24: 424, 1998).
  31. Jakobi, J.M., D.M. Connelly, M.R. Roos, A.A. Vandervoort, C.L Rice. Differential age-related changes in motor unit properties in two muscles of the human lower limb. (Abs. Pub. In Med. Sci. Sports Ex. (Suppl. 30) S205,1998).
  32. Johnson, P.J., D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson, J.J. Koval, A.M. Nevill, E.M. Winter. Modelling the influence of age on maximum oxygen uptake in independently living older humans. Physiological Society, Cardiff University, December, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In: J. Physiol: 515P: 76P, 1999).
  33. Jones, G. R. Restoring function through physical activity. AREP designs for quality of life: Successful approaches to care of persons with dementia, 3rd Annual Conference, The University of Waterloo, May, 1998.
  34. Jones, G.R., N. Shima, N.A. Ecclestone, A.M. Myers, C.S. Jacob, D.H. Paterson. The assessment of walking speed and balance in older adult community exercise programs. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, Florida, June, 1998 (Abs. pub. in: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S71, 1998).
  35. Jones, G.R. The Home Support Exercise Program. Falls Coalition Workshop: Ontario Public Health Association. Nov, 1998.
  36. Kloseck, M., R.G. Crilly. Building a self-sustaining community system of health support for the elderly. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Annual Meeting. Toronto, (Abs. Pub. In Clin. Med. 31, Supp: S41, 161, 1998).
  37. Kowalchuk, J.M. Acetazolamide-induced carbonic anhydrase inhibition and metabolism in exercise. Presented to the Department of Physiology, St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London, London, U.K., Nov., 1998.
  38. Kowalchuk, J.M., B.W. Scheuermann, C. Bell, T. Wilson, D.H. Paterson, and D. A.Cunningham. O2 uptake kinetics following the start of moderate intensity exercise are speeded by a prior bout of heavy intensity exercise in old, but not young, adults. Physiological Society, Cardiff University, December, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In: J. Physiol. 515P:76, 1999).

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  1. Lazowski, D.-A., N.A. Ecclestone, A. Myers, D.H. Paterson, C. Fitzgerald, C. Tudor-Locke, G. Jones, N. Shima. "Active Living" in the long-term care setting. 4th International Conference on Long-Term Care Case Management: Care/Case Management at the Crossroads - Which way to quality? San Diego, CA, Dec., 1998.
  2. Lazowski, D.-A., C. Fitzgerald, N.A. Ecclestone, G. Jones, J. Knowlton, J.B. Orange, P. Stolee, J. Boudreau-Bailey. Restorative Care Aide Education and Training Program. 4th International Conference on Long-Term Care Case Management: Care/Case Management at the Crossroads - Which way to quality? San Diego, CA, Dec., 1998.
  3. Lemon, P.W.R. C.S. Jacob. Nutrition and exercise for the health and wellbeing of the older adults, Round-Table of Leaders in Physical Activity and Aging, Hosted by Canadian Centre for Activity and Ageing and the Active Living Coalition for Older Adults, Spencer Hall Conference Centre, University of Western Ontario, January, 1998.
  4. Lemon, P.W.R. Creatine and its potential to enhance exercise performance. Department of Physical Therapy, Exercise, and Nutritional Sciences, State University of New York, Buffalo, USA, 1998.
  5. Lemon, P.W.R. Mechanisms responsible for the ergogenic effects of creatine supplementation. National Strength and Conditioning Association Annual Meeting, Nashville, USA, 1998.
  6. Lemon, P.W.R. Does creatine loading enhance performance? Southwest Ohio General Health Center Strength and Conditioning Clinic, Strongsville, USA, 1998.
  7. Lemon, PWR. 1. Creatine loading and intense repeated exercise performance. 2. Dietary protein needs in the physically active. New York State Academy of Family Physicians Annual Meeting, Lake Placid, USA, 1998.
  8. Lindsay, R., A. Hodsman, H. Genant, M. Bologneses, M. Ettinger, for the PTH working group. A randomized controlled multi-center study of 1-84hPTH for treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Fransisco, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Bone 23(5S):S175, 1998).
  9. Lowery, L.M, P.A. Appicelli, P.W.R. Lemon. Conjugated linoleic acid enhances muscle size and strength gains in novice bodybuilders. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, USA, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30 (5, suppl):S182, 1998).
  10. Marsh, G.D., B.S. Weening, B.W. Scheuermann, J.M. Kowalchuk, B.S. Ahluwalia, R.T. Thompson, D.H. Paterson. The effect of hypoxia on muscle metabolism during progressive exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando Florida, June 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S68, 1998).
  11. Myers, A.M., E. Gray, C. Tudor-Locke, O.W. Malott, N.A. Ecclestone, S. O'Brien Cousins, R. J. Petrella. Measuring accumulated health benefits of exercise for older adults. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, November 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Gerontologist, V. 38, p.169, 1998).
  12. Noble, E.G., R. Moore, D. Roth, R. Mazzeo, M. Fleshner and A. Moraska. Training induced elevations in stress protein 72 in cardiac muscle is dependent upon exercise intensity. (Abs. Pub. In FASEB J. 12: A727, 1998).
  13. Noble, E.G. Why you need to run in order to walk. University of Western Ontario, University of Western Ontario. Department of Zoology. Exercise and HSP72: March, 1998.
  14. O'Neill, D.E.T. and E.G. Noble. Thyrotoxicosis does not inhibit heat induced increases in SP72 expression in rat plantaris.(Abs. Pub. In FASEB J. 12: A727, 1998).
  15. Paroo, Z. and E.G. Noble. Estrogen attenuates HSP72 induction in acutely exercised male rodents. Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 23: 500, 1998.
  16. Paterson, D.H. Dose of Exercise for Healthy Ageing. Invited Speaker. Round Table of Leaders in Physical Activity and Ageing. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Jan. 1998.
  17. Paterson, D.H. Endurance training: Interplay of central and peripheral factors in circulatory training. Invited Symposium Speaker: Molecules to Marathons. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, Fredricton, N.B. October, 1998.
  18. Petrella, R., C. Fitzgerald. Presentation. Hip Fracture Prevention, a role for physical activity. Etobicoke Public Health Unit, Toronto, September, 1998.
  19. Petrella, R.J., J.J. Koval, D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson. Predicting VO2max in community dwelling seniors using a self-paced step test. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, Florida, June 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S76, 1998).
  20. Powell, A.C., S. Storey, D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham, J.M. Kowalchuk. Muscle glycogen depletion does not affect the VO2 slow component.(Abs. Pub. In Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 23: 504, 1998).
  21. Rittmaster, R.S., M. Bolognese, M. Ettinger, D.A. Hanley, A.Hodsman, D.L. Kendler, and C.J. Rosen. Treatment of osteoporosis with parathyroid hormone followed by alendronate, bone marker results. Bone 23(5S):F451, 1998. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Francisco, 1998.
  22. Rittmaster, R.S., M. Bolognese, M. Ettinger, D.A. Hanley, A.Hodsman, D.L. Kendler, and C.J. Rosen. Treatment of osteoporosis with parathyroid hormone followed by alendronate. Bone density results. Bone 23(5S):F452, 1998. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Fransisco, 1998.
  23. Rogers, M.E., L.M. Artale, P.W.R. Lemon. Resistance training improves dynamic knee extension strength at four velocities in active women, age 63-77. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, USA, 1998. (Abst. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30 (5, suppl):S164, 1998).
  24. Saab G, R.T. Thompson, G.D. Marsh. Muscle water shifts following dynamic exercise. American College of Sports Medicine 45th Annual Meeting. Orlando Florida, June, 1998.
  25. Scheuermann, B.W., J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson, A.W. Taylor. The effect of carbonic anhydrase inhibition (CA) on muscle metabolism during heavy exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando Florida, June, 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S100, 1998)
  26. Sirna, K., D.H. Paterson, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.A. Cunningham. Effect of supine vs. upright exercise on VO2 kinetics in young vs. older adults. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando Florida, June, 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S188, 1998)
  27. Smith, S.A., B.S. Weening, B.S. Ahluwalia, G.D. Marsh, R.T. Thompson, D.H. Paterson, J.M. Kowalchuk. Effect of carbonic anhydrase inhibition on muscle metabolism during exercise studied by 31P-MRS. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando Florida, June, 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S100, 1998).
  28. Stolee, P., M.L. Patterson, D.C. Wianko, K. Wells, A.M. Vinke, S. Waddell, J. Hatt, Z.A. Knezic, R.G. Crilly. Comprehensive geriatric assessment education for community case managers. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, November 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Gerontologist, V. 38, p.252, 1998).
  29. Strong, M.J., G.M. Grace, J.B. Orange, H.L. Leeper, R. Menon. Cognitive impairments in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS): A prospective study of clinical, neuropsychological, linguistic, speech motor performance and functional MRI parameters. Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Neurology Scientific Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Neurology, April, 1998.
  30. Taylor, A.W. The contribution of muscle fibre types and enzyme changes to endurance training. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Fredericton, N.B., Oct., 1998.
  31. Tudor-Locke, C., A.M. Myers. Exercise adoption and maintenance in class-based programs for older men. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Philadelphia, November, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In Gerontologist, V. 38, p.248, 1998).
  32. Tudor-Locke, C., A.M. Myers. Using evaluation to identify gaps between standards, clinical practice and patient needs. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Evaluation Society, St John's, Nfld, June, 1998. Tudor-Locke was the winner of the Bayer Corp. award for innovation in diabetes education.
  33. Watson, P.H., M.A. Kiesel, B.V. Natale, G.N. Hendy, L.F. Fraher and A.B. Hodsman. Co-localization of protein and mRNA for the PTH/PTHrP receptor in kidney and non-traditional PTH/PH4P target tissues.. Bone 23(5S):SA166, 1998. 2nd Joint Meeting American Society for Bone & Mineral Research and International Bone Morphometry Society, San Fransisco, 1998.
  34. Weening, B.S., B.W. Scheuermann, G.D. Marsh, J.M. Kowalchuk, C. McCreary, R.T. Thompson, D.H. Paterson. Kinetics of oxygen uptake and muscle phosphates during nomoxic and hypoxic exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando Florida, June 1998 (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 30(5) Suppl.: S188, 1998).
  35. Ziegenfuss, T.N., D. Gales, S. Felix, S. Straehle, K. Klemash, D. Conrath, P.W.R. Lemon. Performance benefits following a five day creatine loading procedure persist for at least four weeks. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, USA, 1998. (Abs. Pub. In: Med. Sci. Sports Exerc 30 (5, suppl):S265, 1998)

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Reports

  1. Jones, G.R., N.A. Ecclestone, C.S. Jacob, K, Nixon-Speechley, L. Scholey. National Survey: Blueprint for Action Progress - Final Report, Oct., 1998.

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Books, Chapters in Books

  1. Bell, C., D.H. Paterson, M.A. Babcock, D.A. Cunningham. Characteristics of the VO2 slow component during heavy exercise in humans aged 30 to 80 years. In Hughson, R.L., D.A. Cunningham and J. Duffin, Eds. Advances in Modeling and Control of Ventilation. (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology), Vol. 450 Ch. 35) pp. 185-193, Plenum Press, New York, 1998.
  2. Mohan, R.M., C.E. Amara, P. Vasiliou, E.P. Corriveau, D.A. Cunningham, and J, Duffin. Chemoreflex model parameters measurement. In Hughson, Rl., D.A. Cunningham, and J. Duffin, Eds. Advances in Modeling and Control of Ventilation. Pp. 185 ­ 193. Plenum Press, New York, 1998.
  3. Proceedings of Round Table of Leaders in Physical Activity and Aging. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, January, 1998.
    1. Jones, G. N.A. Ecclestone

      i) Paterson, D.H. Preface. Pp. I.

      ii) Paterson, D.H. Dose of Exercise for Healthy Ageing, p: 24 - 28.

      iii) Lazowski, D-A., N. Ecclestone, D. Paterson, C. Tudor-Locke, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, A. Myers, D. Cunningham. Physical activity in long-term care: Shifting the focus from recreation to healthy lifestyle. p: 28-29.

      iv) Lemon, W.R. and Shanthi Jacob. Role of Exercise for the Health and Wellbeing of the Older Adult, p: 29.

      v) Tudor-Locke, C. A.M. Myers, W. Rodger, N.A. Ecclestone. Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes.p: 30.

      vi) Petrella, R. J.. Improving Exercise Capacity in Seniors Using a Family Medicine Based Exercise Prescription. p: 32.

      vii) Crilly, R.G. Iniatives in osteoporosis: (1) The Community Osteoporosis Project, (2) The Hip Friacture Interest Group. p: 33

      viii) Myers, A.M. The Importance of Evaluation in the Planning and Delivery of Exercise Programs. p: 34.

      ix) Jones, G.R., N. Ecclestone, C.S. Jacob, C. Tudor-Locke, A. Myers, D. Paterson. The Home Support Exercise Program (HSEP). p: 36-37.

      x) Orange, J.B., N.C. Segall. Communication Education and Training for Restorative Care Aides: A Pilot Study. p: 37.

      xi) Cyarto, E., and C. Fitzgerald. Leadership Training Programs Developed by the Centre for Activity and Ageing. p. 45.

  4. Taylor, A.W., D.H., Paterson, A.G. Morrow, V.W. Nolte. Testing for success and team selection procedures in international rowing: The Canadian story. Science in the Olympic Sports 5:43-47, 1998.
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