Bicycling in Hamilton: Challenges Associated with Bicycling and Cyclists' Subjective Identities
In order to adequately design for and promote safe and regular use of the bicycle as a form of active transportation, researchers and policy-makers alike would benefit from the input of practiced bicyclists. These lay expe...
The Impact of Precarious Employment on Social Work Skill Engagement and Career Satisfaction for Women
A significant amount of literature discusses the changing nature of the social service sector and social work due to neoliberalism. The literature review discusses these neoliberal changes in connection with precarious employment a...
Nurses' Experiences of Patients' Deaths in Complex Continuing Care: An Interpretive Description
Complex continuing care (CCC) is a healthcare setting where many patients die. Previous research has demonstrated that patient deaths can be meaningful and challenging for nurses. However, little knowledge exists regarding how the u...
The effects of social-comparative feedback during motor skill acquisition in highly-motivated learners: Applications to medical education
Social-comparative feedback (i.e., providing a learner with information regarding his/her performance relative to a group average) has been shown to influence a learner’s psychological and behavioural outcomes during motor skill acquisition...
The industry of the civil Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) has been growing rapidly
in past few years. In many scenarios, accomplishing a task using a single UAV is
either not cost-effective due to the size of...
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