Journal Publications


2006-2015

2015

DiGregario, D., Ferguson, S., Wiersma, E. (2015). The dementia journey in rural northern Ontario.Canadian Journal on Aging, 34(1) 100-112.

Kortes-Miller, K., Jones-Bonofiglio, K., Hendrickson, S., & Kelley, M. L. (2015). Dying With Carolyn: Using Simulation to Improve Communication Skills of Unregulated Care Providers Working in Long-Term Care. 1 – 20.  Journal of Applied Gerontology. DOI:10.1177/0733464815577139  jag.sagepub.com

2014

Bédard, M., Gibbons, C., Lambert-Belanger, A., & Riendeau, J. (2014). Development of a tool to investigate caregiving issues from the perspective of family physicians and discussion of preliminary results. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 15(2), 220-226.

Godbolt A.K., Cancelliere C., Hincapié C., Marras C., Boyle E., Kristman V.L., Coronado V.G., Cassidy J.D. (2014). Systematic review of the risk of dementia and chronic cognitive impairment after mild traumatic brain injury: results of the International Collaboration on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Prognosis. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 95(3).S245-S256.

Strachan, P.H., Kaasalainen, S., Horton, A., Jarman, H., D-Elia, T., Van Der Horst, M., Newhouse, I, Kelley, M.L., McCainey, C., McKelvie, R., Heckman, G. A.(2014). Managing heart failure in the long-term care setting: nurses' experiences in Ontario, Canada. Nursing Research, 63(5); 357-365. DOI: 10.1097/NNR.0000000000000049 (refereed). 

Wiersma, E.C., & Koster, R.L. (2014). "It’s not only for sick people": The place of the local hospital in a rural northern Ontario community.The Canadian Geographer. (published online 7 March, 2014). doi: 10.1111/cag.12085.

2013

Franke, T., Tong, C., Ashe, M.C., McKay, H., & Sims-Gould, J. (2013). The Secrets of Highly Active Older Adults. Journal of Aging Studies, 27, 398-409.

Hanson, H.M., Schiller, C., Winters, M., Sims-Gould, J., Clarke, P., Curran, E.,Donaldson, M.G., Pitman, B., Scott, V., McKay, H.A.,& Ashe, M.C. (2013). Concept mapping applied to the intersection between older adults’ outdoor mobility and the built and social environments.  Preventive Medicine, 57(6), 785-791.

Hickey A.J., Weegar K., Kadulina Y., Gagnon S., Marshall S., Myers A., Tuokko H., Bédard M., Gélinas I., Man-Son-Hing M., Mazer B., Naglie G., Porter M., Rapoport M., Vrkljan B. (2013). The impact of subclinical sleep problems on self-reported driving patterns and perceived driving abilities in a cohort of active older drivers. Accident Analysis & Prevention,61.296-303.

Kaasalainen, S., Strachan P.H.,Heckman, G.A.,  D’Elia, T.  McKelvie, R.S., McAiney, C., Stolee, P.,van der Horst,M.L., Kelley, M.L., Demers, C. (2013). Living and dying with heart failure in long term care: experiences of residents and their family members. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 19(8), 375 – 382.

Kortes-Miller, K.(2013). Dying to know: Thoughts on death education.Pathways,26(1), 17-20.

Kortes-Miller, K. (2013). Critical caring. Patient Education and Counseling, 93, 153-154.

McCleary L, Persaud M, Hum S, Pimlott NJ, Cohen CA, Koehn S, Leung KK, Dalziel WB, Kozak J, Emerson VF, Silvius JL, Garcia L, Drummond N.(2013). Pathways to dementia diagnosis among South Asian Canadians. Dementia,12(6):769-89.

Tran M, Bédard M, Dubois S, Weaver B, Molloy D.W. (2013). Examining the influences of psychotic symptoms on the activities of daily living of individuals with Alzheimer disease: A longitudinal analysis. Aging and Mental Health, 17(6).738-747.

Wiersma, E.C. & Denton, A. (2013). From social network to safety net: Dementia friendly communities in rural northern Ontario. Dementia.(published online 24 December, 2013). doi:10.1177/1471301213516118.

Wiersma, E.C. & Koster, R.L.(2013). Vulnerability, volunteerism, and age-friendly communities: Placing rural northern communities into context. Journal of Rural Community Development, 8(1), 62-76.

Willison, Kevin. (2013). Maximizing Chronic Disease Prevention and Management through
Community Based Participatory Research and Inter-collaborative Practices. Open
Journal of Social Science Research,
1(1), 7-14.

2012

Crizzle, A., Newhouse, I. (2012). Themes associated with exercise adherence in persons with ParkinsonÂ’s disease: A qualitative study. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 26(2-3), 174-186.

Habjan, S., Prince, H., & Kelley, M.L. (2012). Caregiving for Elders in First Nations Communities: Social System Perspective on Barriers and Challenges. Canadian Journal of Aging, 31(2), 209-222.

Kelley, M.L., DeMiglio, L., Williams, A., Eby, J., McIntosh, M. (2012). Community capacity building in palliative care: An illustrative case study in rural Northwestern Ontario. Journal
of Rural and Community Development, 7
(4), 76-91.

Marcella, J.,Nadarajah, J., Kelley, M.L., Heckman, G.A.,DÂ’Elia, T., Kaasalainen, S., Strachan, P., McKelvie,R.S., Newhouse, I., Stolee, P., McAiney, C., Demers, C. (2012). Understanding Organizational Context and Heart Failure Management in Long Term Care Homes in Ontario, Canada. Health 2012, (4), Special Issue I, 725-734.  

McIntosh, M., Mettam, H., Kelley, M.L., Williams, A.M. (2012) Evaluating the Knowledge Utilization of a Toolkit to Enhance the Capacity of the Rural Communities to Deliver Palliative Care. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 7(4), 92-108.

Newhouse I.J., Heckman G., Harrison D., D'Elia, T. Kaasalainen S., Strachan P.H. and Demers C. (2012). Barriers to the management of Heart Failure in Ontario Long-Term Care Homes: an Interprofessional Care perspective. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, vol 2.3.


2011

McMillan, E.M. & Newhouse, I. (2011). Exercise is an Effective Treatment Modality to Reduce Cancer Related Fatigue and Improve Physical Capacity in Patients and Survivors with CRF. Journal of Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 36(6), 892-903.

Crizzle, A. & Newhouse, I.J. (2011). What Persuades Persons with Parkinson's Disease to remain in an exercise program? A qualitative analysis. Submitted to by I Want This" href="http://cerah.lakeheadu.ca/#" _wpro_href="http://cerah.lakeheadu.ca/#" in_rurl="http://i.tracksrv.com/click?v=Q0E6MzM5Mzk6MTMwNDpkaXNhYmlsaXR5OjgxY2I4ZDc2NTllMThiZjM3NjE2MzI3MGM5NGJiZGIzOnotMTE5MC00NDQ0OTpjZXJhaC5sYWtlaGVhZHUuY2E6MzQxOTE6YWMwNmFjNDdmN2I4NDY4MTZhMDMyMWEyZDg2NTllYjI">Disability and Rehabilitation. February, 2011.

2010

Montour, A., McMurren, C., Heckman, G.,Kaasalainen, S., Stolee, P., Strachan, P., McAiney, C., Demers, C., McKelvie,R., Kelley, M.L., van der Horst, M.L., Habjan, S., Tjam, E., & Di'Elia, T.(2010). Adapting the Canadian Cardiovascular Society recommendations on heart failure for long-term care homes: Methodology for a consensus-based approach. Canadian Geriatric Journal, 13, 50-51.

Kelley, M.L., (2010). An Indigenous Peoples' issue: Why now? (Guest editorial). Journal of Palliative Care, 26(1), 5.

Bosma, H., Johnston, M., Cadell, S.,Wainwright, W., Abernethy, N., Feron, A., Kelley, M.L., & Nelson, F.(2010). Creating social by I Want This" href="http://cerah.lakeheadu.ca/#" _wpro_href="http://cerah.lakeheadu.ca/#" in_rurl="http://i.tracksrv.com/click?v=Q0E6MzE0NzI6MTIyMDp3b3JrOjIxYTE4MmJkOGIwZDkzNjBhY2IwZDIzODIzYjU5ZjA1OnotMTE5MC00NDQ0OTpjZXJhaC5sYWtlaGVhZHUuY2E6Mjk3MjU6MDhmZmQ5ODc4OGVjMjZjYWIzMWUwODdmYWUzYjgyMzQ">work competencies for practice in hospice palliative care. Palliative Medicine, 24(1),79-87.

McMurren, C., Montour, A., Heckman, G.,Kaasalainen, S., Stolee, P., Strachan, P., McAiney, C., Demers, C., McKelvie,R., Kelley, M.L., van der Horst, M.L., Habjan, S., Tjam, E., & Di'Elia, T.(2010). Health care provider perceptions of heart failure management in the LTC context. Canadian Geriatric Journal,13, 49-50.

McKee, M., Kelley, M.L., Guirguis-Younger, M.,MacLean, M., & Nadin, S. (2010). It takes a whole community: The contribution of rural hospice volunteers to whole person palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care, 26(2), 103-111.

Sims- Gould, J., Wiersma, E., Kelley, M.L.,MacLean, M., Habjan, S., Arseneau, L., & Kozak, J.F. (2010). Perspectives on end-of-life care in long-term care homes: Implications for whole person and palliative care, Journal of Palliative Care. 26(2),122-129.

Kelley, M.L., Parke, B., Jokinen, N.S.,Stones, M., & Renaud, D. (2010). Senior-friendly Emergency Department care: An environmental assessment. Journal of Health Services Policy and Research, Published online on 26 July 2010 J Health Serv Res Policy, doi: 10.1258/jhsrp.2010.009132.

Williams, A.M., Crooks, V.A., Whitfield, K.,Kelley, M.L., Richards, J.L., DeMiglio, L., & Dykeman, S. (2010). Tracking the evolution of hospice palliative care in Canada: A comparison of seven provinces. BMC Health Services Research.10,147.

Bosma, H., Johnston, M., Cadell, S., Wainwright, W.,Abernethy, N., Feron, A., Kelley, M.L., Nelson, F. (2010), Creating Social Work Competencies for Practice in Hospice Palliative Care, Palliative Medicine. 24(1),79-87.

Courtenay, K.,Jokinen, N., & Strydom, A. (in press). Issues in dementia care-giving in people with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities.

Crizzle, A., & Newhouse, I.J. What Persuades Persons with Parkinson�s Disease to Remain in a Group Exercise Program? A Qualitative Analysis of a Pilot Study. (JAG-09-0080). Submitted to Journal of Applied Gerontology June 2010.

Prince, H., & Kelley, M.L. (2010). An Integrative Framework for Conducting Palliative Care Research with First Nations Communities, Journal of Palliative Care, 26:1; 47-53.

Kelley, M.L.,Parke, B., Jokinen, N.S., Stones, M., & Renaud, D. (in press). Senior-Friendly Emergency Department Care: An Environmental Assessment. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. In press.

McKee, M., Kelley, M.L., Guirguis-Younger, M.,MacLean, M., Nadin, S., (2010), It takes a whole community: The contribution of rural hospice volunteers to whole person palliative care, Journal of Palliative Care, 26:2. In press.

2009

McKee, M.., Kelley, ML.,Guirguis-Younger, M., MacLean, M.. Whole Person Care with a Whole Community Approach: The contribution of hospice volunteers to end of life care for rural seniors. Submitted to the Journal of Palliative Care, Special Issue on Whole Person Care, June 2009.

Sims Gould, J.; Wiersma, E.,Arseneau, L., Kelley, ML, Kozak, J., Habjan, S, McLean, M. Care Providers� Perspectives on End-of-Life Care for Persons with Dementia in Long-term Care Homes: Implications for Whole Person and Palliative Care. Submitted to the Journal of Palliative Care, Special Issue on Whole Person Care, June 2009.

Kelley, ML, Parke, B., Jokinen, N.Stones, M., Renaud, D. Providing Senior-Friendly Emergency Department Care: An Environmental Scan. Submitted to the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ)June 2009.

2008

Kelley, M.L., Brownlee, K., Kuluski, K., and Snow,S. (2008) Physician satisfaction and future practice intentions in Northwestern Ontario. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine. In press for summer 2008.

Kelley, M.L. (2008) Response to letter to the editor, Journal of Palliative Care 23(4).

Kortes-Miller, K., Habjan, S., Sevean, P., Poling,M., & Bailey, S. (2008). A primer on pain: A guide to assessment and management. Rehab & Community Care Medicine, 17(1), 8-11.

2007

Linkewich, B., Sevean, P., Habjan, S., Poling, M.,Bailey, S., & Kortes-Miller, K. (2007). Educating for tomorrow: Enhancing nurses� pain management knowledge. Canadian Nurse, 103(4), 24-28.

Kelley, M.L. (2007). Developing rural communities� capacity for palliative care: A conceptual model. Journal of Palliative Care, 23(3),143-153.

Kortes-Miller,K., Habjan, S., Kelley, M.L.,Fortier, M. (2007). Development of a palliative care education program in rural long-term care facilities. Journal of Palliative Care, 23(3), 154-162.

McKee,M., Kelley, M.L.,Guirguis-Younger, M. (2007). So no one dies alone: A study of hospice volunteering with rural seniors. Journal of Palliative Care, 23(3),163-172.

Linkewich, B., Sevean, P., Habjan, S., Poling, M.,Bailey, S., & Kortes-Miller, K. (2007). Educating for tomorrow: Enhancing nurses� pain management knowledge. Canadian Nurse, 103(4), 24-28.

2006

Dean, R, N., Farrell, J.E., Kelley, M.L. &Taylor, J. (2006). Testing the efficacy of the theory of planned behaviour to predict strength training in older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 15, 1-12.

Brazil, K., Bedard, M., Drugeger, P., Taniguchi,A., Kelley, M. L., McAiney, C., & Justice, C. (2006). Barriers to providing palliative care in long-term care facilities. Canadian Family Physician, 52, 472-73.

Brazil, K., Krueger, P., Bedard., M., Kelley, M.L., McCainey, C., Justice, C., & Taniguchi. A. (2006). Quality of care for residents dying in Ontario long-term care facilities: Findings from a survey of directors of care. Journal of Palliative Care, 22(1), 18-25.