November/December 2003, Vol.94, No.6

Table of Contents

Articles

Breaking bad news: Women's experiences of fractures at midlife
L.M. Meadows, L.A. Mrkonjic
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427-30
The status of drinking water in Ontario, Canada (1992-1999)
A. Odoi, J. Aramini, S. Majowicz, R. Meyers, W.S. Martin, P. Sockett, P. Michel, J. Holt, J. Wilson
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417-21
Integrating knowledge generation with knowledge diffusion and utilization: A case study analysis of the consortium for applied research and evaluation in mental health
E. Vingilis, K. Hartford, T. Schrecker, B. Mitchell, B. Lent, J. Bishop
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468-71
Literacy in primary care populations: Is it a problem?
J.L. Smith, J. Haggerty
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408-12
Regional variation in HIV prevalence and risk behaviours in Ontario injection drug users (IDU)
P. Millson, T. Myers, L. Calzavara, E. Wallace, C. Major, N. Degani
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431-35
Under-reporting of live births in Ontario: 1991-1997
G.L. Woodward, M.K. Bienefeld, S. Ardal
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463-67
Women's perceptions of breast cancer risk: Are they accurate?
J.A. Buxton, J.L. Bottorff, L.G. Balneaves, C. Richardson, M. McCullum, P.A. Ratner, T. Hack
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422-26
The seasonality of total hospitalizations in Ontario by age and gender: A time series analysis
E.J. Crighton, R. Moineddin, R.E.G. Upshur, M. Mamdani
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453-57
The relationship between housing conditions and health status of rooming house residents in Toronto
S.W. Hwang, R.E. Martin, G.S. Tolomiczenko, J.D. Hulchanski
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436-40
Teachers' perspective on barriers to implementing physical activity curriculum guidelines for schoolchildren in Toronto
J.J. Dwyer, K.R. Allison, M. Barrera, B. Hansen, E. Goldenberg, M.A. Boutilier
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448-52
Association of socio-economic factors with health risk behaviours among high school students in rural Nova Scotia
D.B. Langille, L. Curtis, J. Hughes, Murphy G. Tomblin
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442-47
Trends in emergency department reported head and neck injuries among skiers and snowboarders
B.E. Hagel, I.B. Pless, R.W. Platt
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458-62
Canadian health care and child rights: What are the links? (Commentary)
R.C. Mitchell
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414-16
Literacy and health in Canada: Is it really a problem? (Editorial)
I. Rootman
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405-6
L'équation « littératie-santé » au Canada : s'agit-il vraiment d'un problème? (Éditorial)
I. Rootman
406-7, 412