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Presentation of a paper, entitled "Sarah Bernhardt's Edmonton Apotheosis at the Empire"
In January 1913, at the age of 68, Sarah Bernhardt performed the fifth act of Dumas’ La Dame aux Camelias at the second Empire Theatre in Edmonton. She was on tour with Martin Beck’s New York company, providing a tragic ...
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Dene Understanding of the Land: On Habitats and Relationships, and Reflections on Change
Northern Athapaskan speakers experience shifting ecological conditions over the seasons, and over longer periods of time. People travel, animals travel, caribou migration routes shift. Traditional knowledge of Dene is ...
Implications for Professional Practice of Assessing Prior Learning.
How can we certify career practitioners for practice while at the same time respecting the rich and wide diversity of career-related experience that applicants bring to the certification process? This session starts by ...
New Linkages: Market Based Domestic Policy Reform and the Triggering of Obligations under International Trade Law
The paper argues that the ostensible exemption of domestic social policy fields from the application of international trade agreements actually results in the introduction of two powerful structures potentially constraining ...
Staff Utilization of Explicit Hope Facilitation Strategies in Long Term Care
Research offers compelling evidence of the pivotal role that hope plays in health and personal well-being outcomes for individuals who are acutely, chronically or terminally ill. Many individuals who are living in long ...
The Right Circumstances for Multidisciplinary Research”
This presentation will review the early and recent literature relevant to multidisciplinary collaborative research teams, presenting the threats and barriers as well as the strengths and opportunities inherent in their ...
Development and performance of the 2nd generation micro-magnetometer originally developed by Dr. Martin Connors
I will be presenting a poster detailing development and performance of the second generation micro-magnetometer originally developed by Dr. Martin Connors at Athabasca University. This magnetometer, newly re-engineered ...
A Place called Home: The Social and Cultural Context of Health
Background Arts in health-care is an emerging movement that links the expressive arts with the healing arts and brings these into the mainstream of traditional health-care to promote well-being. Dr. Gene Cohen, who was ...
SocioEconomic Status, Control Beliefs and Exercise Intentions and Behavior
Purpose: Perceived control and socioeconomic status (SES) are thought to play important roles in health behavior. In exercise research, proximal control beliefs are most often studied, but some socio-ecological models ...