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Physiother Can. 2009 Fall; 61(4): 269–272.
Published online 2009 November 12. doi:  10.3138/physio.61.4.269
PMCID: PMC2793706

Indexes

SUBJECT INDEX / INDEX DES ARTICLES PAR SUJET

ACUTE EXERCISE

Effect of acute exercise on upper-limb volume in breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Courneya KS, Mackey JR. 61:244–51 Fall 2009

ADHERENCE

The role of theory in increasing adherence to prescribed practice. Sirur R, Richardson J, Wishart L, Hanna S. 61:68–77 Spr 2009

AMBULATORY PATIENTS / OUTPATIENTS

Clinician's commentary on Landry et al. (Strategic responses to fiscal constraints). Williams JI, Davis AM. 61:231–3 Fall 2009

Effect of acute exercise on upper-limb volume in breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Courneya KS, Mackey JR. 61:244–51 Fall 2009

The role of theory in increasing adherence to prescribed practice. Sirur R, Richardson J, Wishart L, Hanna S. 61:68–77 Spr 2009

Strategic responses to fiscal constraints: a health policy analysis of hospital-based ambulatory physical therapy services in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Landry MD, Verrier MC, Williams AP, Zakus D, Deber RB. 61:221–30 Fall 2009

ARTHROPLASTY

Clinician's commentary on Stratford et al. (Validating self-report measures of pain and function). Chesworth BM. 61:195–6 Fall 2009

Relationship between Preoperative patient characteristics and expectations in candidates for total knee arthroplasty. Razmjou H, Finkelstein JA, Yee A, Holtby R, Vidmar M, Ford M. 61:38–45 Win 2009

Validating self-report measures of pain and function in patients undergoing hip or knee arthroplasty. Stratford PW, Dogra M, Woodhouse L, Kennedy DM, Spadoni GF. 61:189–94 Fall 2009

CANCER

Effect of acute exercise on upper-limb volume in breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Courneya KS, Mackey JR. 61:244–51 Fall 2009

Effects of exercise intervention on persons with metastatic cancer: a systematic review. Beaton R, Pagdin-Friesen W, Robertson C, Vigar C, Watson H, Harris SR. 61:141–53 Sum 2009

Review: Picking Up the Pieces: Moving Forward after Surviving Cancer. Keays K. 61:117 Spr 2009

CHILDREN

Review: Meeting the Physical Therapy Needs of Children. Mannell S. 61:117 Spr 2009

CHARTING

Clinician's commentary on Harman et al. (Barriers to charting in private practice). Geddes L. 61:259–60 Fall 2009

“I think it, but don't often write it”: the barriers to charting in private practice. Harman K, Bassett R, Fenety A, Hoens A. 61:252–7 Fall 2009

CLINICIANS

Bringing research to clinicians. Brooks D. 61:121 Sum 2009

Diffuser la recherche auprès des cliniciens. Brooks D. 61:122 Sum 2009

Review: Meeting the Physical Therapy Needs of Children. Mannell S. 61:117 Spr 2009

Review: Mulligan Practitioner [CD-ROM]. Padfield B. 61:120 Spr 2009

Review: Outcome Measurement and Management: First Steps for the Practicing Clinician. Muir S. 61:264 Fall 2009

Postgraduate physiotherapy training: interest and perceived barriers to participation in a clinical master's degree programme. Meena SM, Murphy S. 61:234–43 Fall 2009

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

Review: Complementary Therapies for Physical Therapy: A Clinical Decision-Making Approach. Massitti S. 61:264 Fall 2009

DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

Ambulation after deep vein thrombosis: a systematic review. Anderson, CM, Anderson TJ, Overend Godwin J, Sealy C, Sunderji A. 61:133–40 Sum 2009

DELPHI STUDY

Consensus among physiotherapists in the United Kingdom on the use of normal saline instillation prior to endotracheal suction: a Delphi study. Roberts FE. 61:107–15 Spr 2009

DISABILITY

Review: Disability Sport. 2nd ed. Freure J. 61:175 Sum 2009

Review: Perspectives on Disability and Rehabilitation: Contesting Assumptions, Challenging Practice. Carpenter C. 61:174 Sum 2009

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS

Management of fall-related injuries in the elderly: a retrospective chart review of patients presenting to the emergency department of a community-based teaching hospital. Miller E, Wightman E, Rumbolt K, McConnell S, Berg K, Devereaux M, Campbell F. 61:26–37 Win 2009

ETHICS

Review: Physical Therapy Ethics. Carpenter C. 61:47 Win 2009

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

Evidence-based practice in women's health: making evidence come to you! Padfield Francis A. 61:1–4 Win 2009

La pratique fondée sur des données probantes en santé des femmes : la collecte de données simplifiée! Padfield Francis A. 61:1–4 Win 2009

Que peut nous apprendre la campagne d'Obama dans le contexte de la mise en place d'une pratique fondée sur l'expérience clinique? Kumar S, Grimmer-Somers K. 61:185–8 Fall 2009

What can evidence implementation learn from Barack Obama's campaign? Kumar S, Grimmer-Somers K. 61:181–4 Fall 2009

EXERCISE

Review: Anatomy of Exercise: A Trainer's Inside Guide to Your Workout. Murphy S. 61:176 Sum 2009

Effect of acute exercise on upper-limb volume in breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Courneya KS, Mackey JR. 61:244–51 Fall 2009

Effects of exercise intervention on persons with metastatic cancer: a systematic review. Beaton R, Pagdin-Friesen W, Robertson C, Vigar C, Watson H, Harris SR. 61:141–53 Sum 2009

Review: Solid to the Core: Simple Exercises to Increase Core Strength and Flexibility. Makowski A. 61:263 Fall 2009

FALL-RELATED INJURIES

Management of fall-related injuries in the elderly: a retrospective chart review of patients presenting to the emergency department of a community-based teaching hospital. Miller E, Wightman E, Rumbolt K, McConnell S, Berg K, Devereaux M, Campbell F. 61:26–37 Win 2009

FIBROMYALGIA

Partenariat en action : une approche novatrice d'application des connaissances pour améliorer les résultats chez les personnes atteintes de fibromyalgie. Brachaniec M, DePaul V, Elliott M, Moore L, Sherwin P. 61:128–32 Sum 2009

Partnership in action: an innovative knowledge translation approach to improve outcomes for persons with fibromyalgia. Brachaniec M, DePaul V, Elliott M, Moore L, Sherwin P. 61:123–27 Sum 2009

FUNCTION

Clinician's commentary on Stratford et al. (Validating self-report measures of pain and function). Chesworth BM. 61:195–6 Fall 2009

Validating self-report measures of pain and function in patients undergoing hip or knee arthroplasty. Stratford PW, Dogra M, Woodhouse L, Kennedy DM, Spadoni GF. 61:189–94 Fall 2009

GAIT AIDS

Clinician's commentary on Beauchamp et al. (Effects of cane use on gait symmetry). Patterson KK. 61:161–2 Sum 2009

Immediate effects of cane use on gait symmetry in individuals with subacute stroke. Beauchamp MK, Skrela M, Southmayd D, Trick J, Van Kessel M, Brunton K, Inness E, McIlroy WE. 61:154–60 Sum 2009

GERIATRIC

Clinical utility of the 2-Minute Walk Test for older adults living in long-term care. Connelly DM, Thomas BK, Cliffe SJ, Perry WJ, Smith RE. 61:78–87 Spr 2009

Review: Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation for Active Older Adults. Jamieson F. 61:118–9 Spr 2009

Management of fall-related injuries in the elderly: a retrospective chart review of patients presenting to the emergency department of a community-based teaching hospital. Miller E, Wightman E, Rumbolt K, McConnell S, Berg K, Devereaux M, Campbell F. 61:26–37 Win

Regional muscle and whole-body composition factors related to mobility in older individuals: a review. Kidde J, Marcus R, Dibble L, Smith S, LaStayo P. 61:197–209 Fall 2009

GREATER TORONTO AREA (GTA)

Clinician's commentary on Landry et al. (Strategic responses to fiscal constraints). Williams JI, Davis AM. 61:231–3 Fall 2009

Strategic responses to fiscal constraints: a health policy analysis of hospital-based ambulatory physical therapy services in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Landry MD, Verrier MC, Williams AP, Zakus D, Deber RB. 61:221–30 Fall 2009

HEALTH POLICY

Clinician's commentary on Landry et al. (Strategic responses to fiscal constraints). Williams JI, Davis AM. 61:231–3 Fall 2009

Strategic responses to fiscal constraints: a health policy analysis of hospital-based ambulatory physical therapy services in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Landry MD, Verrier MC, Williams AP, Zakus D, Deber RB. 61:221–30 Fall 2009

Wait times for publicly funded outpatient and community physiotherapy and occupational therapy services: implications for the increasing number of persons with chronic conditions in Ontario, Canada. Passalent LA, Landry MD, Cott CA. 61:5–14 Win 2009

HISTORY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

Évoluer du « bricolage incertain » à une planification consciencieuse : les ressources humaines en physiothérapie au Canada. Landry MD, Tepper J, Verrier MC. 61:63–5 Spr 2009

Review: Head, Heart and Hands: The Story of Physiotherapy in Canada. Jamieson F. 61:48 Win 2009

Moving from “muddling through” to careful planning: physical therapy human resources in canada. Landry MD, Tepper J, Verrier MC. 61:60–2 Spr 2009

HUMAN RESOURCES

Évoluer du « bricolage incertain » à une planification consciencieuse : les ressources humaines en physiothérapie au Canada. Landry MD, Tepper J, Verrier MC. 61:63–5 Spr 2009

Moving from “muddling through” to careful planning: physical therapy human resources in Canada. Landry MD, Tepper J, Verrier MC. 61:60–2 Spr 2009

INJURY PREVENTION

Review: Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation for Active Older Adults. Jamieson F. 61:118–9 Spr 2009

KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION

Partenariat en action : une approche novatrice d'application des connaissances pour améliorer les résultats chez les personnes atteintes de fibromyalgie. Brachaniec M, DePaul V, Elliott M, Moore L, Sherwin P. 61:128–32 Sum 2009

Partnership in action: an innovative knowledge translation approach to improve outcomes for persons with fibromyalgia. Brachaniec M, DePaul V, Elliott M, Moore L, Sherwin P. 61:123–7 Sum 2009

LOW BACK PAIN

Physiotherapy and low back pain in the injured worker: an examination of current practice during the subacute phase of healing. Harman K, Fenety A, Hoens A, Crouse J, Padfield B. 61:88–106 Spr 2009

MOBILITY

Regional muscle and whole-body composition factors related to mobility in older individuals: a review. Kidde J, Marcus R, Dibble L, Smith S, LaStayo P. 61:197–209 Fall 2009

MUSCULOSKELETAL

Clinician's commentary on Stratford et al. (Validating self-report measures of pain and function). Chesworth BM. 61:195–6 Fall 2009

Review: Joint Structure and Function. 4th ed. Head K. 61:50 Win 2009

Physiotherapy and low back pain in the injured worker: an examination of current practice during the subacute phase of healing. Harman K, Fenety A, Hoens A, Crouse J, Padfield B. 61:88–106 Spr 2009

Regional muscle and whole-body composition factors related to mobility in older individuals: a review. Kidde J, Marcus R, Dibble L, Smith S, LaStayo P. 61:197–209 Fall 2009

Validating self-report measures of pain and function in patients undergoing hip or knee arthroplasty. Stratford PW, Dogra M, Woodhouse L, Kennedy DM, Spadoni GF. 61:189–94 Fall 2009

Postgraduate physiotherapy training: interest and perceived barriers to participation in a clinical master's degree programme. Meena SM, Murphy S. 61:234–43 Fall 2009

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Wait times for publicly funded outpatient and community physiotherapy and occupational therapy services: implications for the increasing number of persons with chronic conditions in Ontario, Canada. Passalent LA, Landry MD, Cott CA. 61:5–14 Win 2009

ONTARIO (CANADA)

Clinician's commentary on Landry et al. (Strategic responses to fiscal constraints). Williams JI, Davis AM. 61:231–3 Fall 2009

Physiotherapy practice and delegation policies in oxygen administration: a survey of Ontario hospitals. Espiritu O, Schaeffer E, Bhesania N, Perera S, Dickinson E, Nussbaum E, Lai D. 61:163–72 Sum 2009

Strategic responses to fiscal constraints: a health policy analysis of hospital-based ambulatory physical therapy services in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Landry MD, Verrier MC, Williams AP, Zakus D, Deber RB. 61:221–30 Fall 2009

Wait times for publicly funded outpatient and community physiotherapy and occupational therapy services: implications for the increasing number of persons with chronic conditions in Ontario, Canada. Passalent LA, Landry MD, Cott CA. 61:5-14 Win 2009

OPPORTUNITIES

Challenges and Opportunities. Brooks D. 61:57 Spr 2009.

Enjeux et possibilités. Brooks D. 61:58 Spr 2009

OXYGEN ADMINISTRATION

Physiotherapy practice and delegation policies in oxygen administration: a survey of Ontario hospitals. Espiritu O, Schaeffer E, Bhesania N, Perera S, Dickinson E, Nussbaum E, Lai D. 61:163–72 Sum 2009

PAIN

Clinician's commentary on Stratford et al. (Validating self-report measures of pain and function). Chesworth BM. 61:195–6 Fall 2009

Physiotherapy and low back pain in the injured worker: an examination of current practice during the subacute phase of healing. Harman K, Fenety A, Hoens A, Crouse J, Padfield B. 61:88–106 Spr 2009

Validating self-report measures of pain and function in patients undergoing hip or knee arthroplasty. Stratford PW, Dogra M, Woodhouse L, Kennedy DM, Spadoni GF. 61:189–94 Fall 2009

PHARMACOLOGY

Review: Pharmacology for the Physical Therapist. Jackson LD. 61:262 Fall 2009

PILOT STUDIES

Effect of acute exercise on upper-limb volume in breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Courneya KS, Mackey JR. 61:244–51 Fall 2009

Les études pilotes : déterminer si elles peuvent être publiées dans Physiothérapie Canada. Brooks D, Stratford P. 61:67 Spr 2009

Pilot Studies and their suitability for publication in Physiotherapy Canada. Brooks D, Stratford P. 61:66 Spr 2009.

POSTGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY TRAINING

Postgraduate physiotherapy training: interest and perceived barriers to participation in a clinical master's degree programme. Meena SM, Murphy S. 61:234–43 Fall 2009

PRIVATE PRACTICE

Clinician's commentary on Harman et al. (Barriers to charting in private practice). Geddes L. 61:259–60 Fall 2009

“I think it, but don't often write it”: the barriers to charting in private practice. Harman K, Bassett R, Fenety A, Hoens A. 61:252–8 Fall 2009

PROFESSIONAL SOCIALIZATION

Understanding the professional socialization of canadian physical therapy students: a qualitative investigation. Bartlett DS, Lucy D, Bisbee L, Conti-Becker A. 61:15–25 Win 2009

REHABILITATION

Review: Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation for Active Older Adults. Jamieson F. 61:118–9 Spr 2009

Review: Perspectives on Disability and Rehabilitation: Contesting Assumptions, Challenging Practice. Carpenter C. 61:174 Sum 2009

RESEARCH

Bringing research to clinicians. Brooks D. 61:121 Sum 2009

Diffuser la recherche auprès des cliniciens. Brooks D. 61:122 Sum 2009

RESPIRATORY THERAPY

Consensus among physiotherapists in the United Kingdom on the use of normal saline instillation prior to endotracheal suction: a Delphi study. Roberts FE. 61:107–15 Spr 2009

SELF-REPORT MEASURES

Clinician's commentary on Stratford et al. (Validating self-report measures of pain and function). Chesworth BM. 61:195–6 Fall 2009

Validating self-report measures of pain and function in patients undergoing hip or knee arthroplasty. Stratford PW, Dogra M, Woodhouse L, Kennedy DM, Spadoni GF. 61:189–94 Fall 2009

SPORTS

Review: Disability Sport. 2nd ed. Freure J. 61:175 Sum 2009

STRENGTH TRAINING

Review: Strength Training for Women: Tailored Programs and Exercises for Optimal Results. O'Donnell S. 61:49 Win 2009

STROKE

Clinician's commentary on Beauchamp et al. (Effects of cane use on gait symmetry). Patterson KK. 61:161–2 Sum 2009

Immediate effects of cane use on gait symmetry in individuals with subacute stroke. Beauchamp MK, Skrela M, Southmayd D, Trick J, Van Kessel M, Brunton K, Inness E, McIlroy WE. 61:154–60 Sum 2009

Exploring the feasibility and efficacy of a telehealth stroke self-management programme: a pilot study. Huijbregts MJ, McEwen S, Taylor D. 61:210–20 Fall 2009

SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS

Ambulation after deep vein thrombosis: a systematic review. Anderson CM, Overend TJ, Godwin J, Sealy C, Sunderji A. 61:133–140 Sum 2009

Effects of exercise intervention on persons with metastatic cancer: a systematic review. Beaton R, Pagdin-Friesen W, Robertson C, Vigar C, Watson H, Harris SR. 61:141–53 Sum 2009

Regional muscle and whole-body composition factors related to mobility in older individuals: a review. Kidde J, Marcus R, Dibble L, Smith S, LaStayo P. 61:197–209 Fall 2009

TEACHING HOSPITALS

Management of fall-related injuries in the elderly: a retrospective chart review of patients presenting to the emergency department of a community-based teaching hospital. Miller E, Wightman E, Rumbolt K, McConnell S, Berg K, Devereaux M, Campbell F. 61:26–37 Win 2009

2-MINUTE WALK TEST

Clinical utility of the 2-Minute Walk Test for older adults living in long-term care. Connelly DM, Thomas BK, Cliffe SJ, Perry WJ, Smith RE. 61:78–87 Spr 2009

UNITED KINGDOM

Consensus among physiotherapists in the United Kingdom on the use of normal saline instillation prior to endotracheal suction: a Delphi study. Roberts FE. 61:107–15 Spr 2009

WOMEN'S HEALTH

Evidence-based practice in women's health: making evidence come to you! Padfield Francis A. 61:1–4 Win 2009

Effect of acute exercise on upper-limb volume in breast cancer survivors: a pilot study. McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Courneya KS, Mackey JR. 61:244–51 Fall 2009

La pratique fondée sur des données probantes en santé des femmes : la collecte de données simplifiée! Padfield Francis A. 61:1–4 Win 2009

Review: Strength Training for Women: Tailored Programs and Exercises for Optimal Results. O'Donnell S. 61:49 Win 2009

AUTHOR INDEX / INDEX DES AUTEURS

Anderson CM, 133

Bartlett DJ, 15

Bassett R, 252

Beaton R, 141

Beauchamp MK, 154

Berg K, 26

Bhesania N, 163

Bisbee L, 15

Brachaniec M, 123, 128

Brooks D, 57, 66, 121

Brunton K, 154

Campbell F, 26

Campbell KL, 244

Chesworth BM, 195

Cliffe SJ, 78

Connelly DM, 78

Conti-Becker A, 15

Cott CA, 5

Courneya KS, 244

Crouse J, 88

Davis AM, 231

Deber RB, 221

DePaul V, 123, 128

Devereaux M, 26

Dibble L, 197

Dickinson E, 163

Dogra M, 189

Elliott M, 123, 128

Espiritu O, 163

Fenety A, 88, 252

Ferguson E, 51

Finkelstein JA, 38

Ford M, 38

Geddes EL, 259

Godwin J, 133

Grimmer-Somers K, 181, 185

Hanna S, 68

Harman K, 88, 252

Harris SR, 141

Hoens A, 88, 252

Holtby R, 38

Huijbregts MPJ, 210

Inness E, 154

Jackson LD, 262

Kennedy DM, 189

Kidde J, 197

Kumar S, 181, 185

Lai D, 163

Landry MD, 5, 60, 221

LaStayo P, 197

Lucy SD, 15

Mackey JR, 244

Marcus R, 197

McConnell S, 26

McEwen S, 210

McIlroy WE, 154

McNeely ML, 234

Miller E, 26

Moore L, 123, 128

Mulder K, 266

Murphy S, 234

Nussbaum E, 163

Overend TJ, 133

Padfield B, 88

Padfield FA, 1

Pagdin-Friesen W, 141

Passalent LA, 5

Patterson KK, 161

Perera S, 163

Perry WM, 78

Razmjou H, 38

Richardson J, 68

Roberts FE, 107

Robertson C, 141

Rumbolt K, 26

Schaeffer E, 163

Sealy C, 133

Sherwin P, 123, 128

Sirur R, 68

Skrela M, 154

Smith RE, 78

Smith S, 197

Southmayd D, 154

Spadoni, GF, 189

Sran MM, 234

Stratford PW, 66, 189

Taylor D, 210

Tepper J, 60

Thomas BK, 78

Trick J, 154

Van Kessel M, 154

Verrier MC, 60, 221

Vidmar M, 38

Vigar C, 141

Watson H, 141

Wightman E, 26

Williams AP, 221

Williams JI, 231

Wishart L, 68

Wittmeier K, 266

Woodhouse L, 189

Yee A, 38

Zakus D, 221

KEYWORD INDEX / INDEX DES MOTS CLÉS

acute deep vein thrombosis, 133

adherence, 68

ambulation, 133

arm, 244

barriers, 252

best practice, 163

breast neoplasms, 244

chart audit, 88

charting, 252

clinical, 234

community reintegration, 210

community, 5

delegation policy, 163

delivery, 221

Delphi study, 107

disability, 197

education, 234

electrophysical agents, 88

emergency department management, 26

exercise, 88, 141, 244

fall prevention, 26

fall risk, 26

fall-related injuries, 26

falls in the elderly, 26

fat, 197

focus groups, 88

focus-group interviews, 252

frail, 78

funding, 221

gait aid, 154

hemiparetic gait, 154

hospitals, 221

intensive care, 107

learning, 68

lymphedema, 244

manual therapy, 88, 234

measurement, 189

metastatic cancer, 141

mobility, 197

motor, 68

muscle, 197

older adults, 78

osteoarthritis, 189

oxygen administration, 163

pain, 189

participation, 210

physical activity, 141

physical function, 189

physical therapy students, 5

physical therapy, 5, 221

physiotherapist, 163

physiotherapy, 5, 107, 234

postgraduate, 234

power, 197

practice, 68

professional socialization, 5

pulmonary embolism, 133

quad cane, 154

qualitative investigation, 5

qualitative research, 252

quality of life, 141

Regulated Health Professions Act, 163

rehabilitation, 154

reliability, 78

saline, 107

sarcopenia, 197

scope of practice, 163

self-management, 210

services, 5

spatiotemporal parameters, 154

standard cane, 154

strength, 197

stroke, 154, 210

subacute low back pain, 88, 252

suction, 107

symmetry, 154

systematic review, 141

telehealth, 210

theory, 68

titration, 163

total joint arthroplasty, 189

2-minute walk test, 78

upper extremity, 244

validity, 78, 189

venous thrombosis, 133

wait times, 5

walking, 133


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