Physiotherapy Canada

Volume 69, Issue 2, May 2017

Physiotherapy Canada is the official, scholarly, refereed journal of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association

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Physiotherapy Canada Advancing health through scientific inquiry and knowledge translation Pour l'avancement de la santé par l'enquête scientifique et la transmission du savoir Volume 69 Number 2 Summer 2017 Pages 99–186 First Issue in a Special Series on Exercise Prescription for Persons Living with Complex Health Conditions Highlights GUEST EDITORAL Why Should Physical Therapists Care about Their Patients' Diet? / Pourquoi les physiothérapeutes devraient-ils s'intéresser à l'alimentation de leurs patients? ARTICLES Physical Activity Levels of Physiotherapists across Practice Settings: A Cross-Sectional Comparison Using Self-Report Questionnaire and Accelerometer Measures by S.E. Neil-Sztramko, A. Ghayyur, J. Edwards, and K.L. Campbell Risk Factors Associated with Falls in Older Adults with Dementia: A Systematic Review by E. Fernando, M. Fraser, J. Hendriksen, C.H. Kim, and S.W. Muir Hunter Physical Activity Levels in Individuals with Cystic Fibrosis–Related Diabetes by S. Currie, K. Greenwood, L. Weber, H. Khakee, M. Legasto, E. Tullis, K. Wu, A. Tsang, E. Szego, and S. Mathur Official Journal of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Revue officielle de l'Association canadienne de physiothérapie

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