Examining the Supply of and Demand for Physiotherapy in Saskatchewan: The Relationship between Where Physiotherapists Work and Population Health Need.
McFadden, Brighid; Jones McGrath, Kendra; Lowe, Teghan; Thiessen, Carla; Irinici, Steven; Shah, Tayyab; Milosavljevic, Stephan; Bath, Brenna.
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Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27904233
Barriers and facilitators to development and implementation of a rural primary health care intervention for dementia: a process evaluation.
A comparative analysis of potential spatio-temporal access to palliative care services in two Canadian provinces.
Rural/urban differences in health care utilization and place of death for persons with respiratory illness in the last year of life.
Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Uranium Mining and Milling in Canada.
Divergent long-term trends and interannual variation in ecosystem resource use efficiencies of a southern boreal old black spruce forest 1999-2017.
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Hope of rural women caregivers of persons with advanced cancer: guilt, self-efficacy and mental health.
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