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2001 Research Publications

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Papers in Refereed Journals (2001)

1. Allman, B.L. and C. L. Rice. Incomplete recovery of voluntary fatigue is not affected by old age. Muscle and Nerve, 24: 1156-1167, 2001.

2. Amara, C.E., J.J. Koval, D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham. Lung function in older humans: the contribution of body composition, physical activity and smoking. Ann. Hum. Biol., 28: 522-536, 2001.

3. Amara, C. E., C. L. Rice, J. J. Koval, D. H. Paterson, E. M. Winter, D. A. Cunningham. Factors influencing the decline in strength in older adults aged 55 to 86 years. Am. J. Human Biology, 28: 522-635, 2001.

4. Bell, C., D.H. Paterson, J.M. Kowalchuk, A.P. Moy, D.B. Thorp, E.G. Noble, A.W. Taylor, D.A. Cunningham. Determinants of oxygen uptake kinetics in older humans following single limb endurance exercise training. Exper. Physiol., 86: 659-665, 2001.

5. Bell, C., D.H. Paterson, J.M. Kowalchuk, J. Padilla, D.A. Cunningham. A comparison of modelling techniques used to characterise oxygen uptake kinetics during the on-transient of exercise. Exp. Physiol., 86:667-676, 2001.

6. Brittain, C.J., H.B. Rossiter, J.M. Kowalchuk and B.J. Whipp Effect of prior metabolic rate on the kinetics of oxygen uptake during moderate-intensity exercise. Europ. J. Appl. Physiol., 86:125-134, 2001.

7. Chesworth, B.M., M. Speechley, K. Hartford, R. Crilly. Home care after hip fracture in a health planning region. Can. J. Public Health, 92(5):380-4, 2001.

8. Doherty, A. and C. S. Johnson. Development of scales to measure cognitive and contextual influences on coaching entry. Avante, 7(3): 41-60, 2001.

9. Frankovitch, R., R. J. Petrella, C. N. Lattanzio. In-line skating injury patterns and protective equipment use. Physician Sportsmedicine, 29:57-62, 2001.

10. Gordon, S. A., T. J. Overend, A. A. Vandervoort. Country line dancing: an aerobic activity for older women? J. of Aging and Physical Activity, 9, 364-371, 2001.

11. Hodsman, A. B. Editorial/Case Study: Do dialysis patients develop osteoporosis? Osteoporosis Update, 2001.

12. Hodsman, A. B. Fragility fractures in dialysis and transplant patients. Is it osteoporosis, and how should it be treated? Proceedings of the ISPD 2001, IXth Congress, Montreal. Peritoneal Dialysis International, 21(Suppl 3):S247-S255, 2001.

13. Jakobi, J.M., D.W. Killinger, B.M. Wolfe, J.L. Mahon, and C.L. Rice. Quadriceps muscle function and fatigue in women with Addison's disease. Muscle & Nerve, 24: 1040-1049, 2001.

14. Jakobi, J.M., C. L. Rice, S.V. Curtin and G.D. Marsh. Neuromuscular properties and fatigue in older men following acute creatine supplementation. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 84: 321-328, 2001.

15. Jones, G.R., I.J. Newhouse, J. M. Jakobi, N. Lavoie, R. Thayer. The incidence of hematuria in middle distance track running. Can J Appl Physiol., 26(4):336-349, 2001.

16. Kay, T.M., A. M. Myers, M.P.J. Huijbregts. How far have we come since 1992? A comparative survey of physiotherapists' use of outcome measures. Physiotherapy Canada, 53: 268-275, 281, 2001.

17. Klein, C.S., T. Ivanova,, C. L. Rice, S.J. Garland. Motor unit discharge rate following twitch potentiation in human triceps brachii. Neurosci. Lett., 316: 153-156, 2001.

18. Klein, C.S., C.L. Rice, G.D. Marsh. Normalized force, activation and coactivation in the arm muscles of young and old men. J. Appl. Physiol., 91: 1341-1349, 2001.

19. Kramer, J.F., P. Potter, K. L. Harburn, M. Speechley, G. Rollman, D. Evans. An upper body musculoskeletal assessment instrument for patients with work-related musculoskeletal disorders: a pilot study. J. Hand Ther., 14:115-121, 2001.

20. McAlister, F.A., M. Levine, K. B. Zarnke, N. Campbell, R. Lewanczuk, F. Leenen, S. Rabkin, J. Wright, J. Stone, R. D. Feldman, M. Lebel, G. Honos, G. Fodor, E. Burgess, S. Tobe, P. Hamet, R. Herman, J. Irvine, B. Culleton, L. Leiter, R. J. Petrella, R. Touyz for the Canadian Hypertension Recommendations Working Group. The 2000 Canadian recommendations for the management of hypertension: Part 2, therapy. Can. J. Cardiol., 17:543-559, 2001.

21. McKay, D. W., R. J. Petrella. Modern methods for BP measurement and screening. Perspec. Cardiol., 17:30-34, 2001.

22. Miller, W.C., A. B. Deathe, M. Speechley. The prevalence and risk factors of falling and fear of falling among lower extremity amputees. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil., 82(8):1031-7, 2001.

23. Miller, W.C., M. Speechley, A. B. Deathe, J. Koval. The influence of falling, fear of falling, and balance confidence on prosthetic mobility and social activity among individuals with a lower extremity amputation. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil., Sept. 82(9):1238-44, 2001.

24. Miller, W.C., A. Deathe., M. Speechley. Lower extremity prosthetic mobility: a comparison of 3 self-report scales. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil., Oct. 82(10):1432-40, 2001.

25. Overend, T. J., C. M. Anderson, S. D. Lucy, C. Bhatia, B. I. Jonsson, C. Timmermans. The effect of incentive spirometry on postoperative pulmonary complications: A systematic review. Chest, 120(3), 971-978, 2001.

26. Paroo, Z., E.S. Dipchand, E.G. Noble. Estrogen attenuates post-exercise Hsp70 expression in skeletal muscle. Am.J.Physiol., 282:C245-251, 2001.

27. Petrella, R. J. The role of the family practitioner in management of high blood pressure. Perspec. Cardiol., 17:19-25, 2001.

28. Petrella, R.J., J.J. Koval, D.A Cunningham, D.H. Paterson. A self-paced step test to predict aerobic fitness in older adults in the primary care clinic. J. Am. Geriatr. Soc., 49: 632-638, 2001.

29. Petrella, R. J. Is exercise therapy appropriate for osteoarthritis of the knee?. W. J. Med., 174:191-196, 2001.

30. Radak, Z., A. W. Taylor, M. Sasvari, H. Horkay, J. Furesz, D. Gaal, T. Kanel. Telomerase activity is not altered by regular strength exercise in skeletal muscle or sarcoma in liver of rats. Redox Reports, 6:99-103, 2001.

31. Radak, Z., A. W. Taylor, H. Ohno, S. Goto. Adaptation to exercise-induced oxidative stress: from muscle to brain. Exercise Immunology Review, 7:90-107, 2001.

32. Rossiter, H.B., S.A. Ward, J.M. Kowalchuk, F.A. Howe, J.R. Griffiths, B.J. Whipp. Effects of prior exercise on oxygen uptake and phosphocreatine kinetics during high-intensity knee-extension exercise in humans. J. Physiol., 537:291-303, 2001.

33. Smith,W.D.F., M.J. Poulin, D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham. Dynamic ventilatory responses to acute iscapnic hypoxia in septuagenarians. Exper. Physiol., 86: 117-126, 2001.

34. Tudor-Locke, C., M. Myers. Challenges and opportunities for measuring physical activity in sedentary adults. Sports Medicine, 31(2): 91-100, 2001.

35. Tudor-Locke, C., A. M. Myers, N.W. Rodger. Development of a theory-based daily activity intervention for individuals with type 2 diabetes. The Diabetes Educator, 27(11): 85-93, 2001.

36. Tudor-Locke, C. and A.M. Myers. Methodological considerations for researchers and practitioners using pedometers to measure physical (ambulatory) activity. Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport, 72(1): 1-12, 2001.

37. Tudor-Locke, C. A preliminary study to determine instrument responsiveness to change with a walking program: Physical activity logs vs. pedometers. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 72(3): 288-292, 2001.

38. Williams, R.M. and A.M. Myers. Support for a shortened Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire. Physiotherapy Canada, 53: 60-66, 2001.

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Published Abstracts (2001)

1. Abbott, B. and J.B. Orange. Communication breakdown, topic management, and dementia of the Alzheimer's type. Paper presented at the 17th World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. (Abs. pub. in Geront.: Inter. J. of Exp., Clin. and Behav. Ger., 47(S1), 90, 2001.)

2. Allman, B.L. and C.L. Rice. The effect of old age on perceived effort and heart rate during an isometric fatigue task. (Abs. pub.in Med. Sci. Sports Ex. (Suppl. 33, No .5) S124, 2001.)

3. Amara, C., C.L. Rice, J.J. Koval, D.H. Paterson, D.A. Cunningham. Identifying factors influencing the loss of strength in older adults aged 55 to 86 years. American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, June 2001. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33: S14, 2001.)

4. Body, J.J., G.A. Gaich, W. Scheele, P.D. Miller, P.M. Kulkarni, A.B. Hodsman. A randomized controlled clinical trial to compare the efficacy of LY333334 [recombinant human parathyroid hormone (1-34)] and alendronate sodium in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. ASBMR, Phoenix AZ, October 12-16, 2001.

5. Body, J. J., G.A. Gaich, W. Scheele, P.D. Miller, P.M. Kulkarni, A.B. Hodsman. Effects of LY333334 [recombinant human parathyroid hormone (1-34)] and alendronate sodium on markers of bone metabolism in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. ASBMR, Phoenix AZ, October 12-16, 2001.

6. Body, J-J, J. Bordet, W.H. Scheele, G.A. Gaich, P.D. Miller, P.M. Kulkarnia, A.B. Hodsman. A randomized controlled clinical trial to compare the efficacy of teriparatide injection (recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid origin) and alendronate sodium in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. Eighth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis, December 2001.

7. Brittain, C.J., H.B. Rossiter, J.M. Kowalchuk and B.J. Whipp. The kinetics of O2 uptake in different regions of the moderate exercise intensity domain in humans. (Abs. pub. in J. Physiol. 531P:44P, 2001.)

8. Cyarto, E.V., & Myers, A.M. Utility of the Nursing Home Life-Space Diameter for assessing resident mobility. (Abs. pub. in Gerontology: 47(suppl. 1), 77, 2001.)

9. Cyarto, E.V., L. Scholey, L., C. Fitzgerald. Research and development of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging's leadership training initiatives. (Abs. pub. in Gerontology; 47(suppl. 1), 584, 2001.)

10. DeLorey, D., N.D. Paterson, A.P. Moy, H. Whitmore, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson. Arterial diameter and mean blood velocity measurement: reliability and repeatability. American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, June 2001. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33: S148, 2001.)

11. Dore, R., A.B. Hodsman, W.H. Scheele, J-J. Body, P.D. Miller, A.D. Clancy, S.L. Myers, G.A. Gaich Changes in bone mineral density 18 months after cessation of recombinant human parathyroid hormone (1-34) or alendronate treatment in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, November 2001.

12. Ecclestone, N. A. Canadian initiatives promoting healthy active aging for older adults. Invited symposium chair of "Physical activity and aging: International initiatives," The 17th Congress of the International Association of Gerontology, Vancouver, BC 2001. (Abs. pub. in Int. J. of Exp., Clin. And Behav. Ger. 47(suppl. 1) 311, 2001.)

13. Ecclestone, N. A. Two Canadian initiatives promoting active living: From research to action. Invited symposium speaker in "Canada takes action towards healthy active living for older adults," The 17th Congress of the International Association of Gerontology, Vancouver, BC 2001. (Abs. pub. in Int. J. of Exp., Clin. and Behav. Ger. 47(suppl. 1) 369, 2001.)

14. Ekman, E., R. J.Petrella, S. Levy, S. McDonald, J. Fort. Efficacy of celecoxib vs ibuprofen in the treatment of ankle sprain. (Abs. pub. in Ann. Rheum. Dis: 60:243-SATO116, 2001.)

15. Ekman,, E., R. J.Petrella, S. Levy, C. Orevillo, J. Fort. Efficacy of celecoxib vs ibuprofen and naproxen in the treatment of ankle sprain. (Abs. pub. in Ann. Rheum. Dis.60: 243-SAT0116, 2001.)

16. Fitzgerald, C., N.A. Ecclestone, G. Jones, J.B. Orange, P. Stolee, D. Lazowski, S. Jacob-Johnson. Restorative care education and training in long-term care institutions (nursing homes). Paper presented at the 17th World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. (Abs. pub. in Ger.: Inter. J. of Exp., Clin. and Behav. Ger., 47(suppl. 1), 584, 2001.)

17. Fitzgerald, C., N. Ecclestone. Restorative Care: The Best You Can Be. 17th World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. (Abs. pub. in Gerontol.: Int. J. of Exp., Clin. and Beh. Ger., 47(suppl. 1), 634, 2001.)

18. Fitzgerald, C., N. Ecclestone, G. Jones, J.B.Orange, P. Stolee, D. Lazowski, C.S. Johnson. Home Support Exercise Program for Frail Older Adults. Symposium on Research and Development of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging's Leadership Training Initiatives. (Abs. pub. in Gerontol.: Int. J. of Exp., Clin. and Beh. Ger., 47(suppl. 1), 584, 2001.)

19. Jakobi, J.M. and C.L. Rice. Motor unit properties of the elbow flexors and extensors are not affected equally with age. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Ex. (suppl. 33, No .5) S216, 2001.)

20. Johnson, C..S. Association between nutritional risk and falls among frail older adults. (Abs. pub. in Geront: Int. J. of Exp., Clin. and Beh. Ger., 47(suppl 1), 278, 2001.)

21. Johnson, C.S. Home Support Exercise Program for Frail Older Adults. Symposium on Research and Development of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging's Leadership Training Initiatives. (Abs. pub. in Geront: Int.. J. of Exp., Clin. and Beh. Ger., 47(suppl 1), 584, 2001.)

22. Jones, G.R., C.E. Tudor-Locke, D.H. Paterson. Measuring physical activity in older adult exercisers with pedometers: importance of assessing weekdays and weekends. American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, June 2001. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33: S252, 2001.)

23. Klein, C.S., C.L. Rice, B.L. Allman, G.D. Marsh. Upper limb muscle size, isometric strength, and bone geometry in young and old men. (Abs. pub. in Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 26: 491, 2001.)

24. Klein, C.S., C.L. Rice, T. Ivanova and S.J. Garland. Motor unit firing rate following twitch potentiation in human triceps brachii muscle. (Abs. pub. in Soc. for Neurosci. 27: 168.6, 2001.)

25. Kowalchuk, J.M., H.B. Rossiter and B.J .Whipp. Effect of prior heavy exercise on the slowing of O2 uptake kinetics in the upper regions of the moderate exercise intensity domain. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33:S201 (Abstract 1127), 2001.)

26. Lattanzio, C.N., R. J. Petrella, K. Hartford. Step Project: Exercise prescription and counselling by Canadian Family Physicians. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33:1189, 2001.)

27. Mitek, N. L., C. Tudor-Locke, N. W. Rodger, R. Bell, A. Myers, N. Ecclestone. Effectiveness of a physical activity intervention for individuals with type 2 diabetes. (Abs. pub. in Canadian Journal of Diabetes Care, vol 25(3): 228, 2001.)

28. Mitek, N. L., C. E. Tudor-Locke, R. C. Bell, A. M. Myers, S. B. Harris, N. W. Rodger. Pedometer-determined ambulatory activity in individuals with type 2 diabetes. (Abs. pub. in Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, vol.. 33(5) Suppl: S252, 2001.)

29. Martin, J., G. Raymer, P. W. R. Lemon. Performance effects seen with plyometric training are not enhanced further with creatine. (Abs. pub. in Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 26 (suppl): S261, 2001.)

30. Miller, T.A., G.R. Jones, R.J. Petrella. In-patient rehabilitation outcomes in older adult hip fracture patients from two rehabilitation units. (Abs. pub in Am J Phys Med Rehabil., 80(4):326, 2001.)

31. Overend, T.J., Lalonde, M., Rozycki, D., Vandervoort, A.A. Cardiovascular responses to miximal isokinetic exercise in older adults.(Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., 33(5), S110, 2001.)

32. Pankoff, B.A., K. J. Hobby, S. D. Lucy, T. J. Overend. Reliability and reproducibility of the shuttle walk test in people with fibromyalgia. (Abs. pub. in Arthritis Care and Research 45 (6): S23, 2001.)

33. Pankoff, B.A., K. J. Hobby, S. D. Lucy, T. J. Overend. Reliability and reproducibility of the shuttle walk test in people with fibromyalgia. (Abs. pub. in Arthritis and Rheumatism 44(9):S389, 2001.)

34. Paroo, Z., J.V. Haist, M. Karmazyn and E.G. Noble. Exercise improves post-ischemic cardiac function in males but not females. (Abs. pub. in CIHR National Health Research Poster Competition, June 2001.)

35. Paterson, D.H. The importance of cardiorespiratory and muscle fitness in older adult programs. Symposium speaker in: Physical Activity and Aging: International Initiatives, World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology, Vancouver, July 2001. (Abs. pub. in Int. J. of Exp., Clin. And Behav. Ger. 47(suppl 1) 369, 2001.)

36. Paterson, N.D., J.M. Kowalchuk, D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson. O2 uptake and mean blood velocity kinetics are not changed during repeated bouts of heavy intensity single-leg knee-extension exercise. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, Montreal, Quebec, October 2001. (Abs. pub. in Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 26:502, 2001.)

37. Paterson, N.D., J.M. Kowalchuk, H.P. Whitmore, A.P. Moy, D.A. Cunningham, D.H. Paterson. Effect of prior heavy exercise on oxygen uptake kinetics of heavy single-leg knee extension exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, June 2001. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33: S208, 2001.)

38. Paterson, D.H. Research and development of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging's leadership training initiatives. Introduction, and Symposium Chair. World Congress of International Association of Gerontology, Vancouver, July 2001. (Abs. pub. in Int. J. of Exp., Clin. And Behav. Ger. 47(suppl. 1) 584, 2001.)

39. Petrella, R. J. Physical activity strategy for physicians. Symposium speaker in: Canada takes action towards healthy active living for older adults, World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology, Vancouver, July 2001. (Abs. pub. in Int. J. of Exp., Clin. and Behav. Ger. 47(suppl. 1) 311, 2001.)

40. Petrella, R.J., E. Ekman, S. Levy, T. Johnson, J. Fort. Efficacy of celecoxib vs naproxen in the treatment of ankle sprain. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33:1121, 2001.)

41. Petrella, R. J. Canada takes action towards healthy active living for older adults: Physical activity strategy for family physicians. (Abs. pub. in Gerontology 47:208, 2001.)

42. Petrella, R. J., E. Ekman, S. Levy, J. Fort. Comparison of efficacy between celecoxib and naproxen or ibuprofen in the treatment of ankle sprain. (Abs. pub. in Annals of Emerg. Medicine, 2001.)

43. Petrella, R. J., M. Speechley, P. Kleinstiver, T. Ruddy. Does a public media campaign impact on hypertension awareness? (Abs. pub. in Am. J. Hyperten. 14:146A, 2001.)

44. Stolee, P., Borrie, M.J., Esbaugh, J., Wagg, J., Woodbury, M.G., Petrella, R.J., Connidis, I.A.. Maintenance of functional and quality of life outcomes in geriatric rehabilitation. (Abs. pub. in Gerontology 47:254, 2001.)

45. Petrella, R.J., Overend, T.J., Chesworth, B., Mackenzie, J.R., Miller, T. Functional Independence Measure (FIM) in people following hip fracture: Is telephone administration valid and sensitive to change? ( Abs. pub. in American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 80, 312, 2001.)

46. Rodger, N. W., C. A. Hernandez, M. Hume: Six Month Evaluation of a self-awareness intervention for individuals with type 1 diabetes. (Abs. pub. in Canadian Journal of Diabetes Care; 25:196, 2001.)

47. Rodger, N. W., N. Furtado: Assessment of the usefulness of a palm-top computer in teaching insulin adjustments to patients with type 1 diabetes. (Abs. pub. in Canadian Journal of Diabetes Care; 25:198, 2001.)

48. Rossiter, H.B., S.A. Ward, F.A. Howe, J.M .Kowalchuk, J.R. Griffiths and B.J. Whipp. Dynamic inter-relationships between intramuscular PCr metabolism and pulmonary V_O2 during quadriceps exercise in man: Testing superposition using impulse and square-wave inputs. Presented at the International Workshop on Non-Invasive Investigation of Muscle Function, Marseille, France, October 4-6, 2001. Abstracts will be published in a special issue of MAGMA (Magnetic Resonance Materials), the official journal of the European Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), 2001.

49. Rossiter, H.B,. S.A. Ward, J.M. Kowalchuk, F.A. Howe, J.R. Griffiths and B.J. Whipp. Dynamic asymmetry of simultaneously determined [PCr] and pulmonary oxygen uptake to, and from, moderate intensity knee-extensor exercise in humans. (Abs. pub. in Proc. Int. Soc. for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 9:336 (Abstract 336), 2001.)

50. Rossiter, H.B., S.A. Ward, J.M. Kowalchuk, F.A. Howe, J.R. Griffiths and B.J. Whipp. Dispersion of intramuscular pH profiles and the slow phase of pulmonary VO2 kinetics during high-intensity exercise in humans. (Abs. pub. in Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33:S278 (Abstract 1567), 2001.)

51. Shaw, C.N., D.S. DeLorey, J.K. Shoemaker, D.A. Cunningham, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson. The effect of hypoxic breathing on muscle oxygenation during exercise. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, Montreal, Quebec, October 2001. (Abs. pub. in Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 26:510, 2001.)

52. Speechley, M. Contextual factors in participation and their effects on non-response bias: a review of methods and findings. (Abs. pub. in: American Journal of Epidemiology;153:S257, 2001.)

53. Stolee, P., M. J. Borrie, J. Esbaugh, J. Wagg, M. G. Woodbury, R. J. Petrella, I. A. Connidis. Maintenance of functional and quality of life outcomes in geriatric rehabilitation. (Abs. pub. in Gerontology 47:254, 2001.)

54. Trinkwon, H.A., B.D. Woltz, T.J. Overend, A.A. Vandervoort. Cardiovascular responses to maximal isokinetic concentric and eccentric knee extension exercise in young adults. ( Abs. pub. in Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 26(5): 519, 2001.)

55. Veall, J. and J.B. Orange. Question comprehension by individuals with dementia of the Alzheimer's type. Paper presented at the 17th World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. (Abs. pub. in Geront.: Inter. J.of Exper., Clin. and Behav. Ger., 47(S1), 91, 2001.)

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Presentations (2001)

1. Archibald. L. D.J. Jamieson, J.B. Orange, M. Liebregts. Testing the effectives of computer-assisted language therapy for aphasia. Poster presented at the Technology and Aging Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Sept. 2001.

2. Archibald, L. J.B. Orange, D.G. Jamieson, M.L. Liebregts. Computer-based language therapy for aphasia. Poster presented at the International Conference on Technology and Aging, Toronto, September 2001.

3. Ecclestone, N. A. Overview of the Hip Fracture Interest Group (HFIG). Invited speaker, "Falls in the elderly," Companion course to the World Congress o f Gerontology, Vancouver, B.C., July 2001.

4. Gavin, T. S., A.M. Myers. Profiling Community Tai Chi Programs. Presented at the 21st annual conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Banff, May 2001.

5. Gavin, T.S, A.M. Myers. Evaluation of community Tai Chi and line dancing programs. Presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Chicago, Nov. 2001.

6. Huijbregts, M., A.M. Myers. Evaluating disease self-management programs: Capturing the essential elements. Presented at the 21st annual conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Banff, May 2001.

7. Huijbregts, M., T. Kay, A.M. Myers. Moving towards outcome evaluation in clinical practice. Presented at the 21st annual conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Banff, Alberta, May 2001.

8. Kant, L.A. and J.B. Orange. Language comparison between non-fluent and fluent primary progressive aphasia. Poster presented at the Joint CASLPA 2001 Conference and the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 25th World Congress, Montreal, August 2001.

9. Lemon, P. W. R. Protein intake before and after competition - How much and when to provide it? 3rd International Sport Nutrition Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2001.

10. Lemon, P. W. R. The Zone Diet - Is it of any benefit? 3rd International Sport Nutrition Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2001.

11. Lemon, P. W. R. Does post exercise nutrient intake enhance muscle development or exercise performance? Systems Go International Scientific Advisory Board Meeting, Savannah, Georgia, USA, 2001.

12. Lemon, P. W. R. The role of science in the preparation of champions. 16th annual Huggins Science Seminar, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2001.

13. Lemon, P. W. R. Anabolic and ergogenic effects of dietary creatine supplementation. Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine, North York, Ontario, Canada, 2001.

14. Lemon, P. W. R. Role of dietary protein in post exercise recovery. Houston Advanced Research Centre, The Woodlands, Texas, USA, 2001.

15. Lucy, S.D. Multidisciplinary Workshop on Rehabilitation Outcome Measurement in Acute Care. Grey Bruce Health Services, Owen Sound Site, Owen Sound, Ontario, Nov 8, 2001.

16. Martin, J., G. Raymer, P.W.R. Lemon. Effect of creatine and plyometric training on muscle size and function. International Scientific Congress on Nutrition and Athletic Performance. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2001.

17. Mitek. N. L., E. Cyarto, N. Pearce, T. Cameron, C. Nykiforuk, A. Myers. Case Competition Team Finalist Presentation. Canadian Evaluation Society Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, May 2001.

18. Myers, A. M., C. Tudor-Locke, A.L. Stewart. Evaluating physical activity program marketing, delivery and benefits. Symposium at the 48th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, June 2001.

19. Myers, A. M. Issues in measuring fear of falling and balance confidence. Symposium on Fear of Falling: What do we know and need to know. Presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Chicago, Nov. 2001.

20. Noble, E.W.. University of Windsor, Faculty of Human Kinetics. Distinguished Speaker Series. Exercise, heat shock proteins and myocardial protection: Indeed males and females are different! February 2001.

21. Noble, E. W. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Montreal). Symposium on Molecular adaptations of muscle: from disuse to overuse. Gender specific regulation of Hsp70. November 2001.

22. Orange, J. B. Joint CASLPA 2001 Conference and the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 25th World Congress. Chair for Invited Speaker - Communication and Aging (Prof. Barb Shadden) Montreal, Quebec, Aug 2001.

23. Orange, J. B. 17th World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. Chair of Paper Session - Dementia and communication: Maintaining contact and stimulating. Vancouver, British Columbia, July 2001.

24. Orange, J. B. 5th International Conference on Communication, Aging, and Health. Invited Speaker - Communication, accommodation, family caregivers, and dementia of the Alzheimer's type.Vancouver, British Columbia, July 2001.

25. Orange, J. B. Canadian Stroke Network - Annual General Meeting and Theme IV Up-Date Meeting. Invited Speaker - Evaluation of a computer-assisted treatment program for aphasia. Aylmer, Quebec, June 2001.

26. Orange, J. B. Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton Conference - Enhancing techniques: A dementia seminar. Invited ½ day Guest Speaker - Optimizing communication and personhood in individuals with Alzheimer's disease. Sarnia, Ontario, March 2001.

27. Orange, J. B. Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care and Centre for Excellence in Nursing Conference - Comprehensive Approaches to Enhance Communication for Individuals with Dementia. Invited co-Speaker along with Drs. E. Rochon (U of T) and R. Welland (Brock U.) - Language, communication and dementia & Conversation strategies. Toronto Ontario, February 2001.

28. Orange, J. B. Alzheimer Society Brant and John Noble Nursing Home Alzheimer Awareness Conference - Come to My World: Caring Through Compassion and Conversation. Invited ½ day Guest Speaker - Optimizing communication in Alzheimer's disease. Brantford, Ontario, January 2001.

29. Orange, J.B., D.G. Jamieson, L. Archibald, M.L. Liebregts. An effectiveness study of computer-based aphasia therapy. Poster presented at the Joint CASLPA 2001 Conference and the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 25th World Congress, Montreal, August 2001.

30. Paterson, D.H. Physiological and functional losses with ageing and the relationship with frailty and dependence in older age. Invited Talk, Bispebjerg Hospital, Dept of Rheumatology Sports Medicine Research Unit and Copenhagen Muscle Physiology Group, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2001.

31. Paterson, D. H. Exercise and Ageing. ALCOA Guardians meeting at the CCAA. January 2001.

32. Petrella, R. J. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG): Exercise prescription determinants in family practice, Amelia Island, Fl, Nov 6, 2000; Awareness high blood pressure among Ontarians, Halifax, Oct 15, 2001.

33. Petrella, R. J. College of Family Physicians of Canada AGM: Viscosupplementation in primary care, Vancouver, Oct 25, 2001; enabling exercise prescription in family practice II, Vancouver, Oct 25, 2001.

34. Petrella, R. J. Awareness of hypertension in the community: A social marketing strategy. American Society of Hypertension, San Fransisco, May 22, 2001

35. Petrella, R. J. American College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Scientific Assembly, Hilton Head, SC, April 24, 2001

36. Petrella, R. J. Emerging challenges in treating high blood pressure: Symposium sponsored by Pharmacia Canada. Co-Chair with Dr. R. Feldman. Scottsdale, AZ, Nov 22-25, 2001.

37. Regan-Kollee, D., J. B. Orange. Language in Down syndrome and dementia of the Alzheimer's type. Paper presented at the Joint CASLPA 2001 Conference and the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 25th World Congress, Montreal, August 2001.

38. Speechley, M. Invited speaker: "Studying Falls Prevention in Special Populations: Veterans." 2nd Annual Hip Fracture Symposium. March 30, 2001.

39. Speechley, M. Invited speaker: "Seniors Falls." Not by accident 2001: Southwest Regional Injury Prevention Conference. October 18, 2001.

40. Taylor, A. W. The effects of physical activity on the ageing process. Keynote address to the Canadian Medical Students Conference, Ottawa, October 2001.

41. Taylor, A. W. The Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging. U. of Windsor, Faculty of Human Kinetics, Summer Series, December 2001.

42. Taylor, A. W. The genesis of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging: Relationship to physical education and medicine. University of Toronto Seminar Series, December 2001.

43. Williams, L., & J. B. Orange. The relationship between neuropsychological and discourse operations in adults with traumatic brain injury. Poster presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology (TENNET). Montreal, Quebec, June 2001.

44. Yessis, J., S. McColl, A. M. Myers, M. Frazer, R. Norman. Evaluation of the back and upper limb injury prevention course. Presented at the 21st annual conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Banff, May 2001.

Media (2001)

1. Paterson, D. H. CBC-TV interview re cardiorespiratory fitness and independence in an 8-year follow-up. CBC Health Matters and News, March 2001.

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Books, Chapters in Books (2001)

1. Orange, J.B. Family caregivers, communication and Alzheimer's disease. In M.L. Hummert and J. Nussbaum (Eds.) Aging, communication, and health: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 225-248). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001.

2. Orange, J.B. [Review of the book Analyzing discourse in communicatively impaired adults by L.R. Cherney, B.B. Shadden, & C.A. Coelho (Eds.)]. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(4), 84-86, 2001.

3. Paterson, D.H., L. Stathokostas. Physical activity, fitness and gender in relation to morbidity, survival, quality of life and independence in older age. In Shephard, R.J. (Ed.) Gender, Physical Activity and Aging. Boca Raton, FL., CRC Press, Chapter 12, pp. 99-120, Sept. 2001.

4. Rice, C.L. and D.A. Cunningham. Aging of the neuromuscular system: Influences of gender and physical activity, Chapter 6. In: Gender, Physical Activity and Aging, ed. R.J. Shephard. CRC Press , Boca Raton, FL. pp. 121-150, 2001.

5. Johnson, C.S. Nutritional Considerations for Bereavement and Coping with Grief. An Evidence-based Resource Manual for Bereaved Individuals & Bereavement Support Group Facilitators. Published by the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, 2001.

6. Rodger N. W. The Diabetes Council of Canada (DCC): Co-ordinating National Diabetes Strategies. In: A. Angel, N.S. Dalla, G.N. Pierce, P.K. Singal, eds. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Volume 498. Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease: Etiology, Treatment and Outcomes. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers; 401-3, 2001.

7. Scholey, L., E. Cyarto, D. Harris., C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, N. Lauzon, N. A. Ecclestone, D.H. Paterson. Get Fit for Active Living: Exercise and Education Program for Older Adults Participant Manual, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, 2001.

8. Scholey, L., E. Cyarto, D. Harris., C. Fitzgerald, G. Jones, N. Lauzon, N. A. Ecclestone, D.H. Paterson. Get Fit for Active Living: Exercise and Education Program for Older Adults Facilitator Guide, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, 2001.

9. Lemon, P.W.R. Protein requirements of athletes. In: Sports Supplements, J Antonio & J. Stout (eds), pp 301-315, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins: Philadelphia, 2001.

10. Lauzon, N. The First Step Program Resource Manual. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, 2001.

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Ph.D. / M.A./M.Sc. Theses

Ph.D. Theses

1. Devin Govindasamy. Fitness, but not leisure activity, is a determinant of independence in older adults. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: D. H. Paterson), September 2001.

2. Gareth Jones. Hip fracture rehabilitation: Assessment and intervention strategies. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: A. W. Taylor), January 2002.

3. Cliff Klein. Musculoskeletal structure and neuromuscular function of the upper limb in young and old men. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: C. L. Rice), May 2002.

4. David O'Neill. Phenotypic remodelling of skeletal muscle regulates constitutive expression of Heat Shock Protein 70. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: E. G. Noble), February 2002.

5. Zain Paroo. Gender specific regulation of Hsp70: Mechanisms and consequences. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: E. G. Noble), August 2001.

6. Roy Butler. Psychosocial, physical and individual factors associated with back injury, chronic back problems, and back-related long-term activity limitation: a Canadian population-based investigation. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: Mark Speechley), 2002.


M.A./M.Sc. Theses

1. Rebecca Abbott. Conversational topic management and trouble source repair in dementia of the Alzheimer's type. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: J. B. Orange), July 2001.

2. E. V. Cyarto. Measuring level of physical activity and mobility in long term care residents: The utility of pedometers and the Nursing Home Life-Space Diameter. University of Waterloo, (Advisor: Dr. A. M. Myers), August 2001.

3. T. Gavin. A process of outcome evaluation of community Tai Chi programs for older adults. Dissertation. University of Waterloo, (Advisor: Dr. A. M. Myers), 2001.

4. Sean McGregor. Time course of SP72 after a single bout of treadmill running. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: E. G. Noble), September 2001.

5. Kevin Milne. The exercise-induced elevation of HSP 72 is intensity dependent. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: E. G. Noble), September 2001.

6. Annette Rzepczek. Longitudinal discourse in primary progressive aphasia. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: J. B. Orange), August 2001.

7. Colin Shaw. Oxygen uptake, blood flow and de-oxygenation kinetics with knee extension exercise. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: D. H. Paterson), January 2002.

8. David Thorpe. Expression of SP72 in human skeletal muscle following single-limb exercise. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisors: A. W. Taylor, E. Noble), April 2001.

9. Jennifer Veall. Question comprehension in dementia of the Alzheimer's type. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: J. B. Orange), August 2001.

10. Rob MacKenzie. University of Windsor, (Co-Advisor: Rob Petrella), September 2001.

11. J. Martin Effect of single lower extremity plyometric training and creatine supplementation on skeletal muscle volume and performance. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: P. Lemon), September 2001.

12. S. Bunnett Monitoring changes in total body water and extracellular fluid volume of male varsity rowers using multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis vs dilutional techniques. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: P. Lemon), December 2001.

13. Alanna C. Leffley. Error and bias in a follow-up telephone survey of elderly participants. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: M. Speechley), June 2002.

14. Sheila P. McCarthy. Notifiable diseases in Canadian daily newspapers, 1994-1999. The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: M. Speechley), 2001.

15. Dianne M. Jackowski. A prospective cohort study to determine risk factors for anterior cruciate ligament injuries in varsity athletes (pilot study phase). The University of Western Ontario, (Advisor: M. Speechley), 2001.


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