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Abstract Background Regular physical activity and exercise provide many health benefits. These health benefits are mediated in large part through cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength. As most individuals have not had an assessment of their personal cardiorespiratory fitness or muscular strength we investigated if measurements of cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength would influence an individual’s subsequent self-reported exercise and physical activity. Methods Volunteer subjects at a State Fair were randomized in 1:1 parallel fashion to control and intervention groups. The baseline Exercise Vital Sign (EVS) and type of physical activity were obtained from all subjects. The intervention group received estimated maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max) using a step test and muscular strength using a hand grip dynamometer along with age-specific norms for both measurements. All subjects were provided exercise recommendations. Follow up surveys were conducted at 3, 6 and 12 months regarding their EVS and physical activity. Results One thousand three hundred fifteen individuals (656 intervention, 659 control) were randomized with 1 year follow up data obtained from 823 subjects (62.5%). Baseline mean EVS was 213 min/week. No change in EVS was found in either group at follow-up (p = 0.99). Subjects who were less active at baseline (EVS < 150) did show an increase in EVS (86 to 146) at 6 months (p < 0.05). At 3 months the intervention group increased resistance training (29.1 to 42.8%) compared to controls (26.3 to 31.4%) (p < 0.05). Lifestyle physical activity increased in the intervention group at 3 months (27.7 to 29.1%) and 6 months (25%) whereas it declined in the control group at 3 months (24.4 to 20.1%) and 6 months (18.7%) (p < 0.05). Conclusion Providing VO2max estimates and grip strength did not produce an increase in overall physical activity. The EVS and exercise recommendations did however produce an increase in physical activity in less active individuals. In a very active population the VO2max estimate and measured grip strength did increase lifestyle activity and resistance training. Wider adoption of these measures could be effective in promoting physical activity and resistance training. Trial registration clinicaltrials.gov NCT03518931 Registered 05/08/2018 -retrospectively registered.
0.05). Conclusion Providing VO2max estimates and grip strength did not produce an increase in overall physical activity. The EVS and exercise recommendations did however produce an increase in physical activity in less active individuals. In a very active population the VO2max estimate and measured grip strength did increase lifestyle activity and resistance training. Wider adoption of these measures could be effective in promoting physical ac...

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Abstract Background Regular physical activity and exercise provide many health benefits. These health benefits are mediated in large part through cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength. As most individuals have not had an assessment of their personal cardiorespiratory fitness or muscular strength we investigated if measurements of cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength would influence an individual’s subsequent self-reported exercise and physical activity. Methods Volunteer subjects at a State Fair were randomized in 1:1 parallel fashion to control and intervention groups. The baseline Exercise Vital Sign (EVS) and type of physical activity were obtained from all subjects. The intervention group received estimated maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max) using a step test and muscular strength using a hand grip dynamometer along with age-specific norms for both measurements. All subjects were provided exercise recommendations. Follow up surveys were conducted at 3, 6 and 12 months regarding their EVS and physical activity. Results One thousand three hundred fifteen individuals (656 intervention, 659 control) were randomized with 1 year follow up data obtained from 823 subjects (62.5%). Baseline mean EVS was 213 min/week. No change in EVS was found in either group at follow-up (p = 0.99). Subjects who were less active at baseline (EVS < 150) did show an increase in EVS (86 to 146) at 6 months (p < 0.05). At 3 months the intervention group increased resistance training (29.1 to 42.8%) compared to controls (26.3 to 31.4%) (p < 0.05). Lifestyle physical activity increased in the intervention group at 3 months (27.7 to 29.1%) and 6 months (25%) whereas it declined in the control group at 3 months (24.4 to 20.1%) and 6 months (18.7%) (p < 0.05). Conclusion Providing VO2max estimates and grip strength did not produce an increase in overall physical activity. The EVS and exercise recommendations did however produce an increase in physical activity in less active individuals. In a very active population the VO2max estimate and measured grip strength did increase lifestyle activity and resistance training. Wider adoption of these measures could be effective in promoting physical activity and resistance training. Trial registration clinicaltrials.gov NCT03518931 Registered 05/08/2018 -retrospectively registered.
0.05). Conclusion Providing VO2max estimates and grip strength did not produce an increase in overall physical activity. The EVS and exercise recommendations did however produce an increase in physical activity in less active individuals. In a very active population the VO2max estimate and measured grip strength did increase lifestyle activity and resistance training. Wider adoption of these measures could be effective in promoting physical ac...

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Abstract Background Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are leading causes of mortality. These conditions are also known as chronic diseases of long duration and generally slow progression. Physical activity (PA) is a main factor to delay symptoms and consequences of NCDs. In last decades, reduced physical exercise has been observed across all ages. Despite educational campaigns aimed at modifying unhealthy habits, it is difficult to promote healthy lifestyles in general population. Poor interest, lack of motivation, as well as career and family commitments hinder people’s participation in regular PA programs. In this study we propose a theoretical person-centred approach to actively involve general population in enhancing their opportunity to perform PA based on personalized needs and targets. Methods We defined four profiles of baseline PA levels (inactive, moderately inactive, moderately active, and active people) by referring to Metabolic equivalents (METs) based on individual answers to General Practice Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPPAQ). Results Based on the answers to the GPPAQ and by computing the related METs for each profile of baseline exercise levels, we developed an innovative person-centered web-based algorithm/function for enhancing and measuring PA participation in community settings. This function can compute evidence-based standardized profiles of participants, personalized goals of PA being functional to the purpose of maintaining or gaining health benefits, as well as the type and duration of PA needed to reach these goals. Conclusion It might be speculated that this approach would be a reliable method for increasing people’s self-efficacy and population adherence to recommended levels of PA. However, this theoretical proposal requires to be implemented in further research.
Abstract Background Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are leading causes of mortality. These conditions are also known as chronic diseases of long duration and generally slow progression. Physical activity (PA) is a main factor to delay symptoms and consequences of NCDs. In last decades, reduced physical exercise has been observed across all ages. Despite educational campaigns aimed at modifying unhealthy habits, it is difficult to promote ...

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Abstract Background One potential reason for disparate outcomes of exercise for Achilles tendinopathy is poor knowledge about whether exercise parameters (i.e. different exercise doses) influence outcome. Whether parameters that are important for tendon adaptation influence clinical outcomes in Achilles tendinopathy has not been investigated. Therefore, this research aimed to assess the feasibility of conducting a fully powered randomised trial to investigate the efficacy of different load-intensity and time-under-tension exercise parameters for Achilles tendinopathy. Methods A factorial four-arm, randomised trial. Forty-eight male participants (18–70 years old) with mid-portion Achilles tendinopathy (≥ 3 months) were recruited. Participants were randomly allocated to high (6 repetition maximum) or low intensity (18 repetition maximum) exercise, performed with either high (6 s per cycle) or low (2 s per cycle) time-under-tension. Participants performed 12-weeks of standing and seated calf raise exercises three times per week in a gym setting using a Smith machine. One session per week was supervised (via videoconference). Primary feasibility outcomes (recruitment and retention rate, exercise adherence and fidelity [i.e. time-under-tension, volume, load intensity], incidence of adverse events, health care use and productivity cost) were collected weekly. Means and standard deviations were determined for parametric data, medians and interquartile range for non-parametric continuous data, and frequency counts for discrete data. Results Total recruitment (76%) and retention (90%) rates were high. Exercise adherence ranged from 45 to 63% and fidelity ranged from 8 to 83% across the groups. Thirty-one participants reported 64 adverse events over the 3 months. Twenty-one participants (70%) reported mild events. Participants reported reduced presenteeism more than absenteeism. Conclusions A fully powered trial is feasible. The proposed trial design and interventions demonstrated acceptable recruitment and retention rates and safety profile. However, exercise fidelity and adherence to the gym-based intervention was not acceptable. Strategies to improve intervention adherence and fidelity should be considered in future trials. Trial registration Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry, ACTRN12618001315202. Registered retrospectively on August 6th, 2018.
Abstract Background One potential reason for disparate outcomes of exercise for Achilles tendinopathy is poor knowledge about whether exercise parameters (i.e. different exercise doses) influence outcome. Whether parameters that are important for tendon adaptation influence clinical outcomes in Achilles tendinopathy has not been investigated. Therefore, this research aimed to assess the feasibility of conducting a fully powered randomised trial ...

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Abstract Background Self-myofascial release is an emerging technique in strength and conditioning. Yet, there is no consensus regarding optimal practice guidelines. Here, we investigated the acute effects of various foam rolling interventions targeting quadriceps muscles, with or without sliding pressures. Methods We conducted a blinded randomized control pilot trial in 42 healthy weightlifting athletes over 4 weeks. Participants were randomly allocated to one of the four intervention (120 s massage routine) groups: foam rolling, roller massager, foam rolling with axial sliding pressures, foam rolling with transverse sliding pressures. Knee range of motion, skin temperature and subjective scores of the perceived heat, range of motion, muscle pain and relaxation were the dependent variables. Measurements were carried on before, after and up to 15 min (follow-up) after the massage intervention. Results The range of motion increased immediately after the various foam rolling interventions (+ 10.72%, 95% CI 9.51 to 11.95, p < 0.001), but progressively returned back to the pre-intervention baseline along within the 15 min post-intervention. Foam rolling was the most effective intervention to increase skin temperature from thermographic measures (+ 14.06%, 95% CI 10.97 to 17.10, p < 0.001), while the increase in perceived heat was comparable in all experimental groups (107%, 95% CI 91.08 to 122.61, p < 0.001). Conclusions Subjective indexes of heat, range of motion, muscle pain and relaxation improved immediately after the intervention, but also gradually returned to the pre-intervention baseline. Overall, combining foam rolling with sliding pressures did not yield additional benefits from objective measures.
0.001). Conclusions Subjective indexes of heat, range of motion, muscle pain and relaxation improved immediately after the intervention, but also gradually returned to the pre-intervention baseline. Overall, combining foam rolling with sliding pressures did not yield additional benefits from objective measures....

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Abstract Background Substantial postoperative complications occur after tumor resection for esophagogastric cancers. Physical prehabilitation programs aim to prepare patients for surgery by improving their functional status with the aim of reducing postoperative complications. This systematic review aims to summarize the effects of physical prehabilitation programs on exercise capacity, muscle strength, respiratory muscle function, postoperative outcomes, and health-related quality of life and to determine the optimal design of such a program to improve these outcomes in esophagogastric cancer patients undergoing tumor resection. Methods A systematic literature review was conducted using PubMed, The Cochrane Library, Scopus, and PEDro databases to identify studies evaluating the effects of physical prehabilitation program on exercise capacity, muscle strength, respiratory muscle function, postoperative complications, length of hospital stay, mortality, and health-related quality of life in patients with esophagogastric cancer awaiting surgery. Data from all studies meeting the inclusion criteria were extracted. The quality of each selected study was determined using the Downs and Black checklist. Results Seven studies with 645 participants were included. The preoperative exercise program consisted of respiratory training alone in three studies, a combination of aerobic and resistance training in two studies, and a combination of respiratory, aerobic, and resistance training in two studies. Training frequency ranged from three times a day to twice a week and each session lasted between 20 and 75 min. Four studies were of fair quality and three of good quality. Some studies reported improvements in maximal inspiratory pressure, inspiratory muscle endurance, postoperative (pulmonary) complications, and length of hospital stay in the preoperative exercise group compared to the control group. Conclusion This systematic review reports the current evidence for physical prehabilitation programs in patients with esophagogastric cancer awaiting surgery. However, due to the limited number of randomized controlled trials, the significant heterogeneity of exercise programs, and the questionable quality of the studies, higher quality randomized controlled trials are needed. Trial registration PROSPERO Registration Number: CRD42020176353.
Abstract Background Substantial postoperative complications occur after tumor resection for esophagogastric cancers. Physical prehabilitation programs aim to prepare patients for surgery by improving their functional status with the aim of reducing postoperative complications. This systematic review aims to summarize the effects of physical prehabilitation programs on exercise capacity, muscle strength, respiratory muscle function, postoperative ...

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Abstract Background Chronic ankle instability (CAI) is a common condition following an ankle sprain. This study investigated the effects of whole body vibration (WBV) and shoe with an unstable surface training on balance, functional performance, strength, joint position sense in people with CAI. Method Thirty- four peoples with unilateral CAI were randomly assigned to three groups: WBV group, WBV with shoe with an unstable surface (WBV-S), and no treatment control group (CON). The WBV group received 4 weeks progressive WBV training and the WBV-S group received progressive WBV training with shoe with an unstable surface. Modified star excursion balance test (mSEBT)reach distance, Hop-Test, muscle strength, and joint position sense were measured at baseline and after the 4 weeks; Moreover, the mSEBT and Hop-Test were reassessed again 2 weeks post intervention. Results The result showed a significant group-by-time interaction for anterior and posterolateral directions of mSEBT. The reach distance of these directions at post-intervention and follow-up increased significantly compare to pre-intervention in the WBV and WBV-S groups but not significantly change in the CON group. The Hop test in the WBV-S group was significantly more at post-intervention and follow-up compared to pre-intervention. However, no significant changes were observed in WBV and CON groups. No significant changes were observed for mSEBT posteromedial direction, muscles strength, and joint position sense errors. Conclusion The 4 weeks WBV and WBV-S interventions could improve balance in peoples with CAI. Improvement in Hop test was only observed in the WBV-S group suggesting the added value of combining WBV and shoe with an unstable surface as an effective therapy compared to WBV training alone. The use of WBV and WBV-S were not associated with significant changes in strength and joint position sense variables over a four-week period. Trial registration This work registered in the Iranian Registry of Clinical Trials (IRCT20151118025105N4).
Abstract Background Chronic ankle instability (CAI) is a common condition following an ankle sprain. This study investigated the effects of whole body vibration (WBV) and shoe with an unstable surface training on balance, functional performance, strength, joint position sense in people with CAI. Method Thirty- four peoples with unilateral CAI were randomly assigned to three groups: WBV group, WBV with shoe with an unstable surface (WBV-S), and ...

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Abstract Background We aimed to determine the effectiveness of 4 weeks of balance exercise compared with no intervention on objectively measured postural sway. Methods This was a single-center parallel randomized controlled, open label, trial. A six-sided dice was used for allocation at a 1:1-ratio between exercise and control. The trial was performed at a university hospital clinic in Sweden and recruited community-dwelling older adults with documented postural instability. The intervention consisted of progressively challenging balance exercise three times per week, during 4 weeks, with follow-up at week five. Main outcome measures were objective postural sway length during eyes open and eyes closed conditions. Results Sixty-five participants aged 70 years (balance exercise n = 32; no intervention n = 33) were randomized. 14 participants were excluded from analysis because of early dropout before follow-up at week five, leaving 51 (n = 22; n = 29) participants for analysis. No significant differences were detected between the groups in any of the postural sway outcomes. Within-group analyses showed significant improvements in hand grip strength for the intervention group, while Timed Up & Go improvements were comparable between groups but only statistically significant in the control group. Conclusions Performing balance exercise over a four-week intervention period did not acutely improve postural sway in balance-deficient older adults. The lower limit in duration and frequency to achieve positive effects remains unclear. Trial registration Clinical trials NCT03227666, July 24, 2017, retrospectively registered.
Abstract Background We aimed to determine the effectiveness of 4 weeks of balance exercise compared with no intervention on objectively measured postural sway. Methods This was a single-center parallel randomized controlled, open label, trial. A six-sided dice was used for allocation at a 1:1-ratio between exercise and control. The trial was performed at a university hospital clinic in Sweden and recruited community-dwelling older adults with ...

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Background
Dementia is a progressive disease that affects people’s everyday functioning, including the ability to express values, needs and wishes, which can be considered key elements of self-direction.

For the purpose of this review, self-direction refers to the organization and/or coordination of your own life, including professional and other care, with the objective of having what you perceive to be a good life. The aim of this systematic review was to assess and describe interventions that aim to improve self-direction of people with dementia.

Methods
A systematic search was conducted in PubMed, Embase, CINAHL, PsycInfo and the Cochrane Library. Empirical studies up to April 2020 were included that used qualitative and/or quantitative methods and reported on interventions for people with dementia aimed at improving self-direction. Stepwise study selection and the assessment of methodological quality were conducted independently by two authors. Data on study and intervention characteristics, outcomes related to self-direction and well-being of people with dementia and factors influencing the feasibility were extracted systematically and described narratively.

Results
Ten studies were identified describing a total of nine interventions. Interventions varied in terms of goals, content, target population and duration. Overall, interventions consisted of multiple components focusing on identifying “Who am I?” (beliefs, strengths, values, goals), identifying “What is important to me?” (meaningful activities and goal setting) and/or communicating about preferences with professionals and/or caregivers. The review provides indications that people with dementia may benefit from the interventions included. Overall, positive effects were found in studies on outcomes related to self-direction and wellbeing. However, outcomes measured using quantitative methods showed inconsistent effects between the studies.

Conclusions
Although the methodological quality of all the studies included was ‘good’ or at least ‘fair’, the evidence base of interventions aiming to improve self-direction is still limited due to the low number of studies, the low number of participants and the frequent use of and their authors’ own non-standardized measures. Nevertheless, the review points towards positive effects on self-direction and well-being. Identifying individual beliefs, strengths, values, goals and meaningful activities can be essential components of these interventions, as well as communication about the desired care and support.
Background
Dementia is a progressive disease that affects people’s everyday functioning, including the ability to express values, needs and wishes, which can be considered key elements of self-direction.

For the purpose of this review, self-direction refers to the organization and/or coordination of your own life, including professional and other care, with the objective of having what you perceive to be a good life. The aim of this systematic ...

Personnes âgées ; Qualité de la vie ; PSYCHOLOGIE

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The recent pandemics of the SARS-Cov-2 has pushed physical activity (PA) and exercise at the forefront of the discussion, since PA is associated with a reduced risk of developing all the chronic diseases strongly associated with severe cases of SARS-Cov-2 and exercise is considered a complimentary therapeutics for the treatment of these age-related conditions. The mechanisms through which PA and exercise could contribute to reduce the severity of the SARS-Cov-2 infection would be multiple, including their capacity to boost the immune system, but also their global effect on slowing down the progression of the aging process. The present perspective presents a discussion on how PA and exercise might hypothetically be linked with SARS-Cov-2 infection, current scientific gaps and shortcomings as well as recommendations for advancing research in this area, placing the debate in the context of aging and gerosciences.
The recent pandemics of the SARS-Cov-2 has pushed physical activity (PA) and exercise at the forefront of the discussion, since PA is associated with a reduced risk of developing all the chronic diseases strongly associated with severe cases of SARS-Cov-2 and exercise is considered a complimentary therapeutics for the treatment of these age-related conditions. The mechanisms through which PA and exercise could contribute to reduce the severity ...

Coronavirus ; Exercices pour personnes âgées

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Les enjeux de littératie dans la communication au… – Santé mentale au Québec – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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Les enjeux de littératie dans la communication aux parents du diagnostic de trouble du spectre de l’autisme chez l’enfant. Un article de la revue Santé mentale au Québec (Mosaïque) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

SANTÉ ; PARENTS ; INFORMATION ; Santé mentale ; Autisme

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L’INTIMIDATION À L’ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE : ÉTUDE EXPLO… – Revue québécoise de psychologie – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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L’INTIMIDATION À L’ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE : ÉTUDE EXPLORATOIRE SUR L’IMPLICATION DES PSYCHOLOGUES SCOLAIRES. Un article de la revue Revue québécoise de psychologie (40 ANS DE PSYCHOLOGIE) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

PSYCHOLOGIE ; Intimidation ; Formation ; Discussion ; Santé mentale

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FACTEURS ASSOCIÉS AUX ATTEINTES FONCTIONNELLES DU… – Revue québécoise de psychologie – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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FACTEURS ASSOCIÉS AUX ATTEINTES FONCTIONNELLES DU TDAH CHEZ LES ÉTUDIANTS : UNE ÉTUDE EXPLORATOIRE. Un article de la revue Revue québécoise de psychologie (40 ANS DE PSYCHOLOGIE) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

PSYCHOLOGIE ; Population ; Médicaments

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ÉTAT DES CONNAISSANCES DU TOURETTE EN MILIEU SCOL… – Revue québécoise de psychologie – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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ÉTAT DES CONNAISSANCES DU TOURETTE EN MILIEU SCOLAIRE : DIFFICULTÉS, ATTITUDES ET INTERVENTIONS. Un article de la revue Revue québécoise de psychologie (LA SANTÉ MENTALE À L’ÉCOLE : ENJEUX ET DÉFIS DE LA PROMOTION ET L’ACCOMPAGNEMENT) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.

PSYCHOLOGIE ; Milieu scolaire ; Apprentissage ; Santé mentale ; Compréhension

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ANALYSE DES FIGURES PARENTALES DE QUATRE ENFANTS … – Revue québécoise de psychologie – Érudit | 2021-02-05 H

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ANALYSE DES FIGURES PARENTALES DE QUATRE ENFANTS EXPOSÉS À LA VIOLENCE CONJUGALE. An article from journal Revue québécoise de psychologie (40 ANS DE PSYCHOLOGIE), on Érudit.

PSYCHOLOGIE ; ENFANTS ; Violence ; Anxiété

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On 18 December 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, adding to the earlier EUA for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Although trial evidence for both vaccines indicates partial protection against COVID-19 illness after 1 dose (1, 2), the vaccines are authorized only as 2-dose series and have not yet been evaluated for single-dose use. In the United States, distribution plans for initial supply of vaccine doses withhold half of the available supply for second doses to be administered weeks later (3). With COVID-19 surging, there are important trade-offs to consider between the health costs of deferring benefits of earlier protection for half of people who could be vaccinated from initial supply, weighed against risks of possible vaccine supply disruptions that could delay receipt of second doses in the absence of sufficient reserves. We used a simple model to quantify these trade-offs.
On 18 December 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, adding to the earlier EUA for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Although trial evidence for both vaccines indicates partial protection against COVID-19 illness after 1 dose (1, 2), the vaccines are authorized only as 2-dose series and have not yet been evaluated for single-dose use. In the United States, ...

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Freud, Sigmund [40]

Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec [30]

Freud, Anna [27]

Beaulieu, Danie [24]

Strachey, James [24]

Brassard, Yvon [22]

Lortie, Denys [22]

Salomé, Jacques [21]

Martin, Richard [19]

Lajoie, Gérald [18]

Centre hospitalier Pierre-Le Gardeur [17]

Cyrulnik, Boris [17]

Monbourquette, Jean [16]

Tremblay, Pierre H. [16]

Coutanceau, Roland [15]

Maison Michel Sarrazin [15]

André, Christophe [14]

Attwood, Tony [14]

Dorais, Michel [14]

Ludlum, Robert [14]

Netter, Frank H. (Frank Henry) [14]

Piaget, Jean [14]

Beaulieu, Jacques [13]

Côté, Gilles [13]

Dolto, Françoise [13]

Duclos, Germain [13]

Ferland, Francine [13]

Samson, Alain [13]

Société canadienne du cancer [13]

Bonin, Laurier [12]

Bordeleau, Nicole [12]

Côté, Zoé-Isabelle [12]

Cottraux, Jean [12]

Hallet, Françoise [12]

L'Abbé, Yvon [12]

Longpré, Sophie [12]

St-Arnaud, Yves [12]

Steel, Danielle [12]

Bouvarel, A. [11]

Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth [11]

Lemay, Michel [11]

Mirabel-Sarron, Christine [11]

St-Arnaud, Yvon [11]

Sunderland, Margot [11]

Télé-Québec. Service éducatifs [11]

Barreau du Québec. Service de la formation continue [10]

Bourque, Linda B. [10]

Dallaire, Yvon [10]

Estienne, Françoise [10]

Fielder, Eve P. [10]

Fink, Arlene [10]

Hôpital Sainte-Justine [10]

Lachance, Sylvie [10]

Lambert-Lagacé, Louise [10]

Laporte, Danielle [10]

Linehan, Marsha [10]

Litwin, Mark S. [10]

Oishi, Sabine Mertens [10]

Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec [10]

Association québécoise d'établissements de santé et de services sociaux [9]

Carrière, Marie-Josée [9]

Centre de liaison sur l'intervention et la prévention psychosociales [9]

Collins, Suzanne [9]

Corcos, Maurice [9]

Dolto, Catherine [9]

Ducharme, Francine [9]

Faure-Poirée, Colline [9]

Gardonio, Stella [9]

Huot, Isabelle [9]

Kabat-Zinn, Jon [9]

Lebeau, Caroline [9]

Lenoir, Frédéric [9]

Lewis, Sharon L. [9]

Maltais, Danielle [9]

Mercier, Vicky [9]

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Prudhomme, Christophe [9]

Québec (Province). Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux [9]

Simard, Stéphanie [9]

Tisseron, Serge [9]

Wein, Alan J. [9]

American Academy of Pediatrics [8]

Anderson, Robert H. [8]

Beaty, James H. [8]

Becker, Anton E. [8]

Béliveau, Richard [8]

Bettelheim, Bruno [8]

Boisvert, Daniel [8]

Boulet, Louis-Philippe [8]

Brunner, Lillian Sholtis [8]

Canale, S. Terry [8]

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Enfants - Développement [174]

Éducation des enfants - Ouvrages pour la jeunesse [168]

Psychologie - Périodiques [158]

Enfants - Psychologie [136]

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Réalisation de soi [128]

Autisme [127]

Psychothérapie [115]

Personnel - Direction [112]

Psychanalyse [107]

Thérapie cognitive [106]

Émotions chez l'enfant [102]

Actualisation de soi [99]

Nutrition [99]

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Pleine conscience (Psychologie) [92]

Autisme infantile [90]

Alimentation [89]

Pharmacologie [82]

Enfants autistes - Éducation [79]

Communication interpersonnelle [78]

Soins palliatifs [77]

Adolescents - Psychologie [76]

Deuil - Aspect psychologique [76]

Aidants naturels [75]

Enfants - Protection, assistance, etc [73]

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RELATIONS HUMAINES [72]

Ergothérapie [71]

Sciences de la santé - Périodiques [70]

Esprit et corps [69]

Mort - Aspect psychologique [69]

Thérapie de comportement [69]

Hyperactivité [68]

Soins infirmiers - Périodiques [68]

Changement (Psychologie) [67]

Personnes âgées [66]

Bonheur [65]

Relations entre hommes et femmes [65]

Éthique médicale [64]

Thérapie familiale [64]

Angoisse [63]

Cancer [63]

Familles - Aspect psychologique [63]

Relations personnel médical-patient [63]

Éducation des enfants [62]

Pédiatrie [62]

Physiothérapie [62]

Habiletés sociales chez l'enfant [60]

Dépression [59]

Exercice [59]

Rôle parental [59]

Attachement chez l'enfant [58]

Émotions [57]

Psychopathologie [57]

Cuisine santé - Recettes [55]

Maladie d'Alzheimer [55]

Angoisse - Traitement [54]

Changement organisationnel [54]

Parents et adolescents [54]

PSYCHIATRIE [53]

Chirurgie [52]

Thérapie cognitive basée sur la pleine conscience [52]

Vieillissement [52]

Qualité de la vie [51]

Soins infirmiers - Pratique [51]

Spiritualité [51]

Gériatrie [50]

Relaxation [50]

Santé mentale [50]

Soins en phase terminale [49]

Cancer - Aspect psychologique [48]

Comportement d'aide [48]

Leadership [48]

Médicaments [48]

Promotion de la santé [48]

Qualité de la vie au travail [48]

Accompagnement des mourants [47]

Amour [47]

Angoisse chez l'enfant [47]

Couples - Psychologie [47]

Estime de soi chez l'enfant [47]

Intégration sociale [47]

Troubles de la personnalité [47]

Gestion d'entreprise [46]

Personnel - Formation [46]

Personnel - Motivation [46]

Maladies mentales - Traitement [45]

Vie spirituelle [45]

Efficacité organisationnelle [44]

Médecine d'urgence [44]

Schizophrénie [44]

Services de santé - Administration [44]

Autistes - Éducation [43]

Diabète [43]

Enfants autistes [43]

Psychiatrie - Périodiques [43]

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