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Clinical Implications of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Can Respir J Clinical implications of pulmonary rehabilitation Roger Goldstein MB ChB FRCPC 0 0 Professor of Medicine and Physical Therapy, University of Toronto , Toronto , Ontario; National

Trends in incidence, prevalence, and mortality of neuromuscular disease in Ontario, Canada: A population-based retrospective cohort study (2003-2014)

Bai, Reshma Amin, Sherri Katz, Roger Goldstein, Andrea Gershon. 11 / 12 1. Korngut L , Campbell C , Johnston M , Benstead T , Genge A , Mackenzie A , et al. The CNDR: collaborating to translate new

Workshops to Disseminate the Canadian Thoracic Society Guidelines for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease to Health Care Professionals in Ontario: Impact on Knowledge, Perceived Health Care Practices and Participant Satisfaction

care practices and participant satisfaction Dilshad Moosa RRT Maria Blouin RRT Kylie Hill BScPT Roger Goldstein MB ChB D Moosa, M Blouin, K Hill, R Goldstein. Workshops to disseminate the Canadian ... highlighted by 1The Lung Association; 2Respirology, West Park Healthcare Centre; 3Department of Physical Therapy and 4Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario Correspondence: Dr Roger Goldstein, West

Family Caregiver Perspectives on Caring for Ventilator-Assisted Individuals at Home

BACKGROUND: The trend of patients who are invasively ventilated to prefer home care is one that benefits both the patient and the health care system. However, this assumes a role for patients’ family members to become informal caregivers.

User Perspectives on Issues that Influence the Quality of Daily life of Ventilator-Assisted Individuals with Neuromuscular Disorders

Maria Gould MA Roger Goldstein MB ChB Daily living; Disability; Interview; Qualitative; Quality of life; Ventilator users - OBJECTIVES: To identify user perspectives on the issues that impact the

Family Caregiver Perspectives on Caring for Ventilator-Assisted Individuals at Home

BACKGROUND: The trend of patients who are invasively ventilated to prefer home care is one that benefits both the patient and the health care system. However, this assumes a role for patients’ family members to become informal caregivers.

User Perspectives on Issues that Influence the Quality of Daily life of Ventilator-Assisted Individuals with Neuromuscular Disorders

Maria Gould MA Roger Goldstein MB ChB Daily living; Disability; Interview; Qualitative; Quality of life; Ventilator users - OBJECTIVES: To identify user perspectives on the issues that impact the

User Perspectives on Issues that Influence the Quality of Daily life of Ventilator-Assisted Individuals with Neuromuscular Disorders

Maria Gould MA Roger Goldstein MB ChB Daily living; Disability; Interview; Qualitative; Quality of life; Ventilator users - OBJECTIVES: To identify user perspectives on the issues that impact the

Institutional Care for Long-Term Mechanical Ventilation in Canada: A National Survey

national survey Louise Rose RN Douglas McKim FRCPC Sherri Katz FRCPC David Leasa FRCPC Mika Nonoyama RT Cheryl Pedersen MSc Monica Avendano FRCPC Roger Goldstein FRCPC INTRODUCTION: No national ... Healthcare Centre; Sandra Dial, Montreal Chest Institute; Eddy Fan, Mount Sinai Hospital; Ian Fraser, Toronto East General Hospital; Robert Fowler, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre; Roger Goldstein, West Park

Institutional Care for Long-Term Mechanical Ventilation in Canada: A National Survey

national survey Louise Rose RN Douglas McKim FRCPC Sherri Katz FRCPC David Leasa FRCPC Mika Nonoyama RT Cheryl Pedersen MSc Monica Avendano FRCPC Roger Goldstein FRCPC INTRODUCTION: No national ... Healthcare Centre; Sandra Dial, Montreal Chest Institute; Eddy Fan, Mount Sinai Hospital; Ian Fraser, Toronto East General Hospital; Robert Fowler, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre; Roger Goldstein, West Park

Characterization of Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs in Canada in 2005

Selvanayagarajah MScPT Roger Goldstein FRCPC Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; Prevalence survey; Pulmonary rehabilitation - BACKGROUND: Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is recognized as the prevailing standard

Prevalence of osteoarthritis in individuals with COPD: a systematic review

Prevalence of osteoarthritis in individuals with COPD: a systematic review Adnan Wshah,1,2 Sara JT Guilcher,2,3 Roger Goldstein,1,2,4,5 Dina Brooks1,2,5 1Respiratory Medicine, West Park Healthcare

Physical Therapy Practice Patterns in Acute Exacerbations of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: The importance of the multidisciplinary approach to the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is increasingly emphasized. The present study aimed to examine the current practice patterns of physical therapists involved in the management of patients hospitalized with an acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Patient Transitions Relevant to Individuals Requiring Ongoing Ventilatory Assistance: A Delphi Study

relevant to individuals requiring ongoing ventilatory assistance: a Delphi study Louise Rose Robert A Fowler FRCPC Roger Goldstein FRCPC Sherri Katz MDCM FRCPC David Leasa FRCPC Cheryl Pedersen MSc ... Institute; Eddy Fan, Mount Sinai Hospital; Ian Fraser, Toronto East General Hospital; Robert Fowler, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre; Roger Goldstein, West Park Healthcare Centre; Sherri Katz, Children?s

The Canadian Optimal Therapy of COPD Trial: Design, Organization and Patient Recruitment

BACKGROUND: There are no published studies that have assessed whether adding long-acting beta 2-agonist bronchodilators and/or inhaled steroids to chronic therapy with tiotropium would provide additional clinical benefit to patients with moderate to severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Canadian Thoracic Society Recommendations for Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – 2003

pulmonary disease ? 2003 Denis E O?Donnell MD1 Chair*, Shawn Aaron MD2*, Jean Bourbeau MD3*, Paul Hernandez MD4*, Darcy Marciniuk MD5*, Meyer Balter MD6, Gordon Ford MD7, Andre Gervais MD8, Roger Goldstein

State of the Art Compendium: Canadian Thoracic Society Recommendations for Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Hernandez MD4*, Darcy Marciniuk MD5*, Meyer Balter MD6, Gordon Ford MD7, Andre Gervais MD8, Roger Goldstein MD9, Rick Hodder MD2, Francois Maltais MD10, Jeremy Road MD11 Canadian Lung Association Staff

Canadian Thoracic Society COPD Guidelines: Summary of Highlights for Family Doctors

Gordon Ford Andre Gervais Roger Goldstein Francois Maltais Jeremy Road Valoree McKay Jennifer Schenkel Chair CTS COPD Guideline Development Committee Chair CTS Implementation/Dissemination Committee

Canadian Thoracic Society Recommendations for Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – 2003

pulmonary disease ? 2003 Denis E O?Donnell MD1 Chair*, Shawn Aaron MD2*, Jean Bourbeau MD3*, Paul Hernandez MD4*, Darcy Marciniuk MD5*, Meyer Balter MD6, Gordon Ford MD7, Andre Gervais MD8, Roger Goldstein