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1999 Research Publications

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Papers in Refereed Journals (1999)

  1. Bell, C., D.H. Paterson, J.M. Kowalchuk, and D.A. Cunningham. Oxygen uptake kinetics of older adults are slowed with age but are unaffected by hyperoxia. Exp. Physiol. 84:747-759, 1999.
  2. Bell, C., J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson, B.W. Scheuermann, and D.A. Cunningham. The effects of caffeine on the kinetics of O2 uptake, CO2 production and expiratory ventilation in humans during the on- transient of moderate and heavy intensity exercise. Exp. Physiol.84:761-774, 1999..
  3. Cleroux, J., R. D. Feldman, R. J. Petrella. Lifestyle modification to prevent and control hypertension. Recommendations on physical exercise training. CMAJ 160(Suppl 9):S21-S28, 1999.
  4. Connelly, D.M., Rice, C.L., Roos, M.R., and Vandervoort, A.A. Motor unit firing rates and contractile properties in tibialis anterior of young and old men. J. Appl. Physiol. 87: 843-852, 1999.
  5. Fraher, L.J., R. Avram, P. H. Watson, G. N.Hendy, J. E. Henderson, K. L.Chong , D. Goltzman, P. Morley, G. E. Willick, J. F. Whitfield, A. B. Hodsman. Comparison of the biochemical responses to parathyroid hormone (hPTH)-(1-31) and hPTH-(1-34) in healthy humans. J. Clin. Endocrinol Metab. 84:2749-2743, 1999.
  6. Hodsman, A. B., Watson PH, Drost D, Fraher LJ, Holdsworth D, Thornton M, Hock J, Bryant H. Assessment of maintenance therapy with reduced doses of PTH(1-34) in combination with a raloxifene analogue (LY117018) following anabolic therapy in the ovariectomized rat. Bone 24:451-455, 1999.
  7. Hodsman, A.B., P. H. Watson, D. Drost, L. J. Fraher, J. Hock, H. Bryant. The addition of a raloxifene analogue (LY117018) allows for reduced PTH(1-34) dosing during reversal of osteopenia in ovariectomized rats. J. Bone Miner. Res. 14:675-679, 1999.
  8. Hodsman, A. B.. Canadian Bone Metabolism Board. Management of corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis. Seminars in Athritis and Rheumatism 29:228-251,1999.
  9. Lazowski, D-A., N.A. Ecclestone, A.M. Myers, D.H. Paterson, C. Tudor-Locke, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, N. Shirma, D.A. Cunningham. A randomized outcome evaluation of group exercise programs in long-term care institutions. J. Gerontol. Med. Sci. M621-M628, 1999.
  10. Macpherson, P.C.D., R.E. Thayer, C. Rodgers, A.W. Taylor, E. Noble. Changes in rat muscle with compensatory overload occurring in a sequential manner. ACTA. Physiol. Hung. 86:111-125, 1999.
  11. Marsh, G.D., D.H. Paterson, D. Govindasamy, D.A. Cunningham. Anaerobic power of the arms and legs of young and older men. Exper. Physiol. 84: 589-597, 1999.
  12. Mohan, R.M., C.E. Amara, D.A Cunningham, J. Duffin. Measuring central-chemoreflex sensitivity in man: rebreathing and steady-state methods compared. Respiration Physiology 115: 23 - 33, 1999.
  13. Myers A.M., O. W. Malott, E. Gray, C. Tudor-Locke, N. A. Ecclestone, S. O'Brien Cousins, R. Petrella. Measuring accumulated health-related benefits of exercise participation for older adults: The Vitality Plus Scale. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences 54A: M456-M466, 1999.
  14. Noble, E.G., R.L. Moore, D.A. Roth, R.S. Mazzeo, M.R. Fleshner, and A. Moraska. Differential expression of stress proteins in rat myocardium following free wheel or treadmill training. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 1696- 1701, 1999.
  15. Paroo, Z., P.M. Tiidus, and E.G. Noble. Estrogen attenuates HSP 72 expression in acutely exercised male rodents. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 80: 180-184, 1999.
  16. Paroo, Z. and E.G. Noble. Isoproterenol potentiates exercise-induction of HSP72 in cardiac and skeletal muscle. Cell Stress and Chaperones 4: 199-204, 1999.
  17. Paterson, D.H., D.A. Cunningham. The gas transporting systems: limits and modifications with age and training. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 24: 28-40, 1999.
  18. Paterson, D.H., D.A. Cunningham, J.J. Koval, C.M. St.Croix. Aerobic fitness in a population of independently living men and women aged 55 to 86. Med. Sci. Exerc. Sports 31: 1813-1820, 1999.
  19. Peemoeller, H., M. B. Macmillan, W. P. Weglarz, L. J. Schreiner, R. T. Thompson. Intrinsic proton relaxation parameters of hydrated polyglycine from two-dimensional time domain NMR. Biopolymers 50(6):630-640, 1999.
  20. Petrella, R.J., D.A. Cunningham, and D.H. Paterson. Exercise gas transport determinants in elderly normotensive and hypertensive humans. Experimental Physiology 84: 79-81, 1999.
  21. Petrella, R.J. Exercise for older adults with chronic disease. Phys. Sports Med. 27:79-110, 1999.
  22. Petrella, R.J. Canada's guide to physical activity: How can family physicians get the word out? Can. Fam. Phys. 45:827-829, 1999.
  23. Petrella, R.J., D.A. Cunningham, P.M. Nichol, R. Thayer. Cardiovascular responses to facial cooling are age and fitness dependent. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 31: 1163-1168, 1999.

  24. Petrella, R.J., L. Pedersen, J. J. Koval, D. H. Paterson, D. A. Cunningham. Physician contact with community dwelling older patients. Is there a relation to fitness, health status and lifestyle? Prev. Med. 29: 571-576, 1999.
  25. Roos, M.R., Rice, C.L., Connelly, D.M., and Vandervoort, A.A. Quadriceps muscle strength, contractile properties and motor unit firing rates in young and old men. Muscle & Nerve 22: 1094-1103, 1999.
  26. Saab, G., R. T. Thompson, G. D. Marsh. Multi-component T2 relaxation of in vivo skeletal muscle. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 42:150-157, 1999.
  27. Scheuermann, B.W. and J.M. Kowalchuk. Breathing pattern during slow and fast ramp exercise. Exp. Physiol. 84:109-120, 1999.
  28. Scheuermann, B.W., J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson, and D.A. Cunningham. CO2 and E kinetics during moderate and heavy intensity exercise following acetazolamide administration. J. Appl. Physiol.86:1534-1543, 1999.
  29. Scheuermann, B.W., J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson, and D.A. Cunningham. Peripheral chemoreceptor function following carbonic anhydrase inhibition during moderate intensity exercise. J. Appl. Physiol.86:1544-1551, 1999.
  30. Stolee P, Zaza C, Pedlar A & Myers AM. Clinical experience with goal attainment scaling in geriatric care. Journal of Aging and Health 11: 96-124, 1999.
  31. Stolee P, Stadnyk K, Myers AM & Rockwood K. An individualized approach to outcome measurement in geriatric rehabilitation. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences 54A: M641-647, 1999.
  32. Taylor, A. W., L. Bachman. The effects of endurance training on muscle fibre types and enzyme activities. Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 24:41-53, 1999.
  33. Thomas, J. and E.G. Noble. Heat shock does not attenuate low frequency fatigue. Can. J. Physiol. Pharm. 77: 64-70, 1999.
  34. Tyml, K., O. Mathieu-Costello, L. Cheng, and E.G. Noble. Differential microvascular response to disuse in rat hindlimb skeletal muscles. J. Appl. Physiol. 87: 1496-1505, 1999.
  35. Toogood, J. H., A.B. Hodsman, L.J. Fraher, A.E. Markov and J.C. Baskerville. Serum osteocalcin and procollagen as markers for the risk of osteoporotic fracture in corticosteroid-treated asthmatic patients. J. Allergy Clin. Immunol., 104:759-774, 1999.
  36. Watson, P.H., L. J. Fraher, M. Kisiel, D. DeSousa, G. Hendy, A. B. Hodsman. Enhanced osteoblast development after continuous infusion of hPTH(1-84) in the rat. Bone 24:89-94, 1999.

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Presentations and Published Abstracts (1997)

  1. Amara, C.E., D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson, J.J. Koval. Allometric modelling of grip and plantar flexion strength in older adults. Canadian J. Appl. Physiol. 24: P421, 1999.
  2. Appicelli, P.A., P.W.R. Lemon, K.E. Yarasheski. Protein kinetic and hormonal response to ingestion of different macronutrients following heavy resistance exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, USA, 1999. Abstract: Med Sci Sports Exercise 31 (5, suppl):S125, 1999.
  3. Cyarto, E.V., C. Fitzgerald, N.A. Ecclestone, D.H. Paterson. Leadership Training Programs Developed by the Centre for Activity and Ageing. Active Aging in the New Millennium. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, Florida, Aug. 1999.
  4. Dampier, D., R. Kisby, M. Tremblay, N. Ecclestone, C. Simard. Symposium: Active Living for Older Adults - Canada in Action. (Ecclestone, N. Community Outreach/Leadership Training - Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging). Fourth Global Conference of the International Federation on Ageing: Ageing in a Society for all Ages. Montreal, Québec, Sept. 1999.
  5. DiSilvestro, M.D., R. J. Petrella, S. K. Harris. Randomised controlled trial of calcium channel and beta-adrenergic blockade effects on cardiac filling and VO2 in young and older men. Med Sci Sports Exerc; 31:S5, 1999.
  6. Doherty, A.J. C. S. Jacob. Why (Not) Coach? Factors Influencing Role Interest and Choice. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Day, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, April, 1999.
  7. Ecclestone, N.A., D.Paterson, A. Myers, G. Jones, P. Williams, C. Fitzgerald. Symposium: Active Aging in the New Millennium: Translating Research into Programming, A Canadian Initiative. (Ecclestone, N.A. Overview of the Centre for Activity and Ageing's Application of Research to Community Programs for Independent and Dependent Older Adults). Active Aging in the New Millennium. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, Florida, August, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 7: 335, 1999.
  8. Fitzgerald, C., G.R. Jones, R. Petrella, T. Vandervoort, T. Overend, B. Chetsworth, N.A. Ecclestone, A.W. Taylor. Improving Functional Independence in Older Adults Post-Hip Fracture: The Hip Fracture Community - Based Exercise Program, JAPA 7:294, 1999.
  9. Fitzgerald, C., D. Lazowski, N. Ecclestone, G. Jones, C. S. Jacob, N. Segall, J. B. Orange, P. Stolee. Benefits of a Restorative Care Education and Training Program. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults Active Living, London, ON, May 1999.
  10. Fitzgerald, C., N.A. Ecclestone, G. Jones. Restorative Care Education and Training Program. Active Aging in the New Millennium. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, Florida, Aug. 1999.
  11. Govindasamy, D., D. H. Paterson, J. J. Koval, D. A. Cunningham. Relationship of activity and fitness with dependence: a longitudinal study of older adults. Older Adults Active Living (Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action), London, Ontario, May 1999. (Proceedings abstract p.8/9), 1999..
  12. Harris, S.K., R.J. Petrella, T. Overend, C. Bell, D.H. Paterson, & D.A. Cunningham. Exercise induced hypervolemia vs diuresis: oxygen uptake response. Med. Sci. Sports and Exercise 31(5): S334, 1999.
  13. Harris, S.K., R.J. Petrella, T.J. Overend, D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham. Short-term training hypervolemia vs. diuresis: O2 uptake and cardiac filling response in older men. Canadian J. Appl. Physiol. 24: P449, 1999.
  14. Huijbregts, M., S. Yolleck, R. Gruber, A. Leven, A. M. Myers. Evaluation practice in self-management programs for arthritis, Parkinson's and stroke. Symposium presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, Nov. 1999.
  15. (Jacob) Johnson, C. S., N. A. Ecclestone, G. Jones, L. Cyarto, C. Fitzgerald, L. Scholey, A. Myers, A, C. Tudor-Locke. A home-based exercise program for the frail elderly: outcome evaluation. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports. Orlando, Fl., August, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 7: 277, 1999.
  16. (Jacob) Johnson, C.S. Impact of RCET on staff and residents of LTC. , C. Fitzgerald, N. Ecclestone, G. Jones, C. S. (Jacob) Johnson. Symposium on the Restorative Care Education and Training (RCET): A new perspective on ageing in LTC. 52nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Franciso, CA, Nov. 1999.
  17. (Jacob) Johnson, C.S. (1999, November). Impact of the Restorative Care Education and Training program on the staff in long term care institutions. Canadian Association on Gerontology 28th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, Ottawa, ON, Nov. 1999.
  18. Jacob, C. S., D. H. Paterson, N. Ecclestone.. Dietary profile of physically active versus sedentary older adults. The American College of Sports Medicine's 46th Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, June 1999. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 31:S183, 1999.
  19. Jacob, C. S., A. C. Garcia, N. Mitek. Identifying the Dietary and physical activity needs of immigrant older adults. 1999 Annual Research Day, Centre for Human Nutrition, University of Western Ontario, May 1999.
  20. Jacob, C. S., N. Ecclestone, G. Jones, L. Cyarto, C. Fitzgerald, L. Scholey, A. Myers, C. Tudor- Locke. Evaluation of the Home Support Exercise Program (HSEP) for the frail elderly. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults Active Living, London, ON, May 1999.
  21. Jacob, C. S. Understanding the nutritional profile of physically active and sedentary older adults: Implications for health promotion education. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Day, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, April 1999.
  22. Jacob, C. S. Nutrition, ageing, and the continuum of care in Canada. Acadia University, Wolfville, NS, March, 1999.
  23. Jakobi, J.M, and Rice, C.L. Contractile changes with age in an antagonist agonist muscle pair. Soc. for Neurosci. Abstracts 25: 1147, 1999.
  24. Jakobi, J.M., Curtin, S.V., Marsh, G.D. and Rice, C. L. Effect of acute oral creatine supplementation on isometric elbow flexor contractile characteristics and fatigue. Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 24: 453, 1999.
  25. Johnson, P.J., D.A Cunningham, D.H. Paterson, J.J Koval, A.M Nevill,. and E.M. Winter. Modelling the influence of age on maximum oxygen uptake in independently living older humans. Journal of Physiology, 515.P, 76P. 1999.
  26. Johnson, P.J., D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson, A.M. Nevill & E.M. Winter. Modelling the influence of fat free mass and physical activity on maximum oxygen uptake in older men and women. European Sports Science Meeting, Rome, July 1999
  27. Jones, G., N. Ecclestone, C. S. Jacob, K. Nixon-Speechley, L. Scholey National Survey: Blueprint for Action Progress Report. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults Active Living, London, ON, May, 1999.
  28. Kay T., M. Huijbregts, A. M. Myers, T. Gavin. Skills and confidence in outcome measurement: lessons learned from physiotherapy. Presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Toronto, May,1999
  29. Kowalchuk, J.M., B.W. Scheuermann, C. Bell, T.D. 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. J. Physiol. 515P:76 (Abstract), 1999.
  30. Kowalchuk, J.M., H.B. Rossiter, S.A. Ward, and B.J. Whipp. Increased respiratory work does not impair leg muscle oxygenation during heavy intensity exercise in humans. J. Physiol. 518P:95P-96P (Abstract), 1999.
  31. Kowalchuk, J.M. Carbonic anhydrase and muscle metabolism. Presented at the Symposium for Muscle Energetics During Exercise held at the Centre for Exercise Science and Medicine, and Division of Neuroscience and Biomedical Systems, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland. May 1999.
  32. Kowalchuk, J.M. Carbonic anhydrase and the metabolic response to exercise. Presented to the Department of Physiology and School of Kinesiology, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, December 1999.
  33. Lattanzio C.N., R. J. Petrella, T. J. Overend, C. L. McWilliam. Effect of a 16 week home based cardiac rehabilitation program in older patients with chronic heart disease. CJAP 1999;24:S461.
  34. Lazowski, D., N. A. Ecclestone, D. H. Paterson, A. M. Myers, C. Tudor-Locke, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, N. Shima, D. A. Cunningham. A randomized outcome evaluation of group exercise programs in long-term care institutions. Older Adults Active Living (Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action), London, Ontario. (Proceedings abstract p.13/14), 1999.
  35. Lemon, P.W.R.. Factors influencing dietary protein need. Re-Energise 99, Coventry, England, 1999.
  36. Lemon, P.W.R.. Alternative strategies - Nutrition. International Seminar: Non-sport use of anabolic steroids, National Institute of Sport, Lisbon, Portugal, 1999.
  37. Lemon, P.W.R.. Nutritional manipulations and exercise performance. Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Canada Trust Youth Symposium. London Health Sciences Centre, London, Canada, 1999.
  38. Lemon P.W.R.. Keynote Address: Can dietary creatine supplementation stimulate muscle growth? Faculty of Health Sciences Research Day, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, 1999.

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  1. Lemon, P.W.R. Can creatine loading enhance exercise performance? Kinesiology Graduate Seminar, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, 1999.
  2. Myers, AM. Practical reasons for evaluating your programs. Presented at the ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, London, May 1999.
  3. Myers, A.M., O. W. Malott, T. S. Gavin, D. Raney. Reactions of older drivers to license renewal regulations and procedures. Presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, Nov. 1999.
  4. Moy, A.P., C. Bell, D.A. Cunningham, J.M. Kowalchuk, A.W. Taylor, D.H. Paterson. Mean blood velocity and oxygen uptake kinetics during the on-transient of knee extension exercise in younger and older men. Med. Sci. Sports & Exercise 31(5): S334, 1999.
  5. Noble, E.G. and D.A. Kelly. Effect of l-buthionine-s,r-sulphoximine on induction of heat shock proteins after exercise. Proceedings of the CFBS Meetings, 1999.
  6. Noreen, E.E., J.N. Schulte, L.D. Bachman, T.J. Nieminen, P.W.R. Lemon. Anabolic effects of creatine supplementation with or without protein during strength training in young men. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 1999. Abstract: Can J Appl Physiol 24 (5):469, 1999.
  7. Paterson, D. H. Physical activity, fitness, health and independence in older adults. Faculty of Health Sciences, Research Day, U.W.O., April 1999.

  8. Paterson, D. H. Fit to be Active: Importance of aerobic function for healthy ageing. Invited Keynote Speaker. National Forum: Older Adults and Active Living. Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, May 1999.
  9. Payne, M.W., R. J. Petrella. Proprioception in osteoarthritic knees with hyaluronan injections. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 31:S5, 1999.
  10. Petrella, R.J., D. Wight, D. The Step Test Exercise Prescription (STEP) for family physicians: a randomised clinical trial. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 31:S5, 1999.
  11. Raney, D., T. Gavin, A. M. Myers, O.W. Malott. Balancing public safety with individual rights: A needs assessment of older drivers. Presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Toronto, May 1999.
  12. Rogers, M.E., T.N. Ziegenfuss, R. Ross, P.W.R. Lemon. Changes in muscle after four and eight weeks of resistance training in older women. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, London, Canada, 1999.

  13. Scheuermann, B.W., J.M. Kowalchuk, and T.J. Barstow. Recovery _VO2 kinetics following ramp exercise are independent of the _VO2 slow component. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 31:S333 (Abstract 1679), 1999.

  14. Scholey, L., S.(Jacob) Johnson, N. Ecclestone, L. Cyarto, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, A. Myers, Catrine Tudor-Locke. Enhancing the functional independence of home care clients through exercise. Canadian Home Care Association Conference, Toronto, November 1999.

  15. Scholey, L., S.(Jacob) Johnson, N. Ecclestone, L. Cyarto, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, A. Myers, Catrine Tudor-Locke. Enhancing the functional independence of home care clients through exercise. Geriatric Research Day. Parkwood Hospital, London, Canada, November 1999.

  16. Schulte, J.N., E.E. Noreen, L.D. Bachman, T.J. Nieminen, P.W.R. Lemon. Creatine or protein + creatine supplementation enhances strength gains with heavy resistance training. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 1999. Abstract: Can J Appl Physiol 24 (5):477, 1999.

  17. Schulte, J.N., P.W.R. Lemon. Effect of creatine and strength training on muscle function in the elderly. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Day, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, 1999.

  18. Segall, N., J. B. Orange, P. Stolee, C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, N. Ecclestone, S. (Jacob) Johnson. Communication Education and Training Program for Restorative Long-term Care Staff. American Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA., Nov., 1999.

  19. Serrador, J.M., T.D. Wilson, A.C. Powell, R.L. Bondar, and J.M. Kowalchuk. Submaximal dynamic exercise does not impair cerebral autoregulation. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 31:S194 (Abstract 875), 1999.

  20. Stathokostas, L., D.H. Paterson, J.J. Koval, R.J. Petrella, D.A. Cunningham. Age-related changes in aerobic fitness of older men and women. Canadian J. Appl. Physiol. 24: P480, 1999.

  21. Stathokostas, L., D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham, J.J. Koval, R.J. Petrella. Age-related changes in aerobic fitness of older men and women. Older Adults Active Living (Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action), London, Ontario, May 1999. (Proceedings abstract p. 25), 1999.

  22. Stathokostas, L., C. Tudor-Locke, D. Paterson, N. W. Rodger, Blood glucose response to self-paced walking in individuals with Type 2 diabetes. Canadian Diabetes Association, October, 1999.
  23. Taylor, A.W. The Skeletal Muscle Biopsy Needle as a Research Tool to Hungarian Institute of Sports Medicine, Budapest, March 1999.

  24. Taylor, A.W. Research/Teaching Exchange Possibilities between UWO and HUPE to Hungarian University of Physical Education, Budapest, April,1999.

  25. Taylor, A.W. Introductory Remarks and Introduction of Gollnick lecturer (Dr. R.A. Armstrong) at ACSM Annual Meeting, Seattle Wash., June 1999.

  26. Thompson, R. T. Basics of MRI. NMR Summer School, Faculty at University of Waterloo, June, 1999.

  27. Thompson, R. T. MR Spectroscopy: Clinical Potential and implications on new MR Technology, Bioelectromagnetics Society 21st Annual technical Meeting, Faculty. June 1999.

  28. Tudor-Locke, C. Using pedometers to measure physical activity in typically sedentary populations. School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, July,1999.

  29. Tudor-Locke, C., A. M. Myers. A formative evaluation of a theory-based program to increase habitual daily activity in sedentary individuals. Presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Toronto, May,1999.

  30. Tudor-Locke C., A. M. Myers. Increasing physical activity using pedometers as feedback tools. Proceedings of the 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging and Sports, Orlando, August. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 7: 295, 1999.

  31. Tudor-Locke, C., R. C. Bell, A. M. Myers. Stage of change is not a good indicator of current daily physical activity. Proceedings of the 46th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Seattle, June. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 31: S392, 1999.

  32. Tudor-Locke, C., A. M. Myers. A program model for increasing habitual daily activity in older adults. Presented at the ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, London, May 1999.

  33. Tudor-Locke, C., N. W. Rodger, A. M. Myers, R. Bell, S. Harris. Preliminary evaluation of the First Step Program. Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Diabetes Association, Ottawa, October 1999.

  34. Vovk, A. D. A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson, J. Duffin. Acetazolamide and chemosentitivity. F.A.S.E.B. Washington, D.C., 1999.

  35. Wilson, T.D., C. Bell, A.P. Moy, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson. Effect of distal arterial occlusion on proximal muscle VO2 and mean blood velocity. Med. Sci. Sports & Exercise 31(5): S334, 1999.

 

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Proceedings

  1. Fitzgerald, C. Restorative Care Education and Training. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H.Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON., p. 208-212, 1999.
  2. Govindasamy, D., D. H. Paterson, D. A. Cunningham, J. J. Koval. Fitness in older adults is not explained by leisure activity, but fitness can reduce the risk of dependence. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON., p. 69-72, 1999.
  3. Jakobi, J.M., Connelly, D.M., Roos, M.R., Allman, B.L., and Rice, C.L. Age-related changes of neuromuscular properties in three human limb muscles. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 111-121, 1999.
  4. Jacob, C. S., N. Ecclestone, G. R. Jones, E. Cyarto, C. Fitzgerald, L. Scholey, A. Myers. Evaluation of the Home Support Exercise Program for the frail elderly. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 218-222, 1999.
  5. Jacob-Johnson, S., R. Sherman. Development of a resource manual to promote the nutritional health of bereaved seniors. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 183-187, 1999.
  6. Lattanzio, C. N., R. J. Petrella, T. J. Overend, C. L. McWilliam. Improving cardiovascular function and quality of life in older patients with chronic heart failure. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 256-264, 1999.
  7. Lazowski, D., N. A. Ecclestone, D. H. Paterson, A. M. Myers, C. Tudor-Locke, C. Fitzgerald, G. R. Jones, N. Shima, D., A. Cunningham. A randomized outcome evaluation of group exercise programs in long-term care institutions. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 240-245, 1999.
  8. Myers, M. Practical reasons for evaluating your program. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 174-177, 1999.
  9. Paterson, D. H. Fit to be active: Importance of aerobic function for healthy ageing. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action, Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 44-68, 1999.
  10. Platt, N., J. Jeffrey, A. Hodsman, D. Lazowski, R. Crilly. Evaluation of the osteoporosis home exercise program. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 252-255, 1999.
  11. Rogers, M.E., T. N. Ziegenfuss, R. Ross, P.W.R. Lemon. Changes in muscle after four and eight weeks of resistance training in older women. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 142-148, 1999.
  12. Stathokostas, L., D. H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham, J. J. Koval, R. J. Petrella. Age related changes in aerobic fitness of older men and women. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 77-80, 1999.
  13. Tudor-Locke, C., A. M. Myers, N. W. Rodger. A program model for increasing daily habitual activity in older adults. Proceedings of Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, May 13-16,1999. London, ON. Eds. A.W. Taylor, N. A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, and D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, ON, p. 247-251, 1999.

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Reports

  1. Garcia, A.C., C. S. (Jacob) Johnson. Evidence-based Nutrition & Physical Activity Resource Manual for Immigrant Seniors. Manual submitted to the Human Resources Development of Canada, 1999.
  2. Lazowski, D., C. S. Jacob. A Model for the Standardization of Physical Fitness Programs for the Frail Elderly. Report submitted to the Richard Ivey and Walter J. Blackburn Family Foundations, Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute, Ontario Ministry of Health - Long-term Care Division, and Health Canada, 1999.
  3. Myers A.M., O. W. Malott, T. S. Gavin. Process evaluation of Ontario's license renewal program for older drivers. Prepared for the Safety Policy Branch, The Ministry of Transportation, Ontario, 1999.
  4. Myers A.M., O. W. Malott, T. S. Gavin. D. Raney. Needs assessment with future recipients: Awareness and impressions of Ontario's license renewal regulations for older drivers. Prepared for the Safety Policy Branch, The Ministry of Transportation, Ontario, 1999.
  5. Lemon P.W.R., J.N. Schulte, E.E. Noreen, L.D. Bachman, T.J. Nieminen. Sequenced delivery protein- 50Ô + creatine supplementation enhances muscle size and strength gains with body building exercise. Confidential Research Report to The Joe Weider Foundation, 1999.
  6. Arkell, J., R. Adams, C. Craig, J. Gordon, B. Harwood, B. Hearst, A.W. Taylor, B. Taylor, A. Nikolai, M. Wilson. Handbook for Canada's Physical Activity Guide to Healthy Active Living for Older Adults (Bilingual) Government of Canada Press, Ottawa, 29 pages, 1999.
  7. Simard, C., D. Dampier, F. Dell, D. Drouin, T. Moore, A. Nikolai, D.H. Paterson, A.W. Taylor, B. Taylor. Moving Through The Years: A Blueprint for Action for Active Living and Older Adults (Bilingual) Government of Canada Press, Ottawa, 40 pages, 1999.

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Books, Chapters in Books

  1. A.W. Taylor, N.A. Ecclestone, G.R. Jones, D.H. Paterson. Proceedings from the ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults & Active Living Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action. Published by the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging (1999).
  2. Hodsman, A.B., L. J. Fraher, P.H. Watson. Therapeutics: Parathyroid Hormone. The Aging Skeleton. Eds. C.J. Rosen, J. Glowacki and J.P. Bilezikian. Published by Academic Press, San Diego, CA 92101- 4495, pp. 563-575, 1999.
  3. Tudor-Locke, C. Book Forward:In: Myers, A.M. Program Evaluation for Exercise Leaders. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 1999.
  4. Tudor-Locke, C. The First Step Program: A Program to Increase Daily Physical Activity. Participant Workbook. The Centre for Activity and Ageing, London, ON, 1999.
  5. Myers, A. M. Program Evaluation for Exercise Leaders. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1999.
  6. Petrella, R. J. Canadian College Family Medicine Problem Based Small Group Learning Module- Exercise and Health, 1999.
  7. Taylor, A.W. From Hungary to UWO and Back Again W Club Newsletter August:1, 1999.

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