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1 F 171.003.004 Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of Chiropractic Patients: A Five Year Study of Patients Treated at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College 1994 Open
2 F 171.003.006 Psychometric properties of the Neck Disability Index 1998 Open
3 F 171.002.002 Information technology diffusion: a fax survey of state and provincial tourism organizations 1996 Open
4 F 171.003.005 A Comparison of Clinical Competency Evaluation Methods 1996 Open
5 F 171.003.001 Single Subject Research Designs 1991 Open
6 F 171.003.002 Case Study Research Designs: Their Place in Chiropractic 1992 Open
7 F 171.003.003 Differences by Gender in the Incidence of Cervical and Lumbar Complaints of Chiropractic Patients at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College 1993 Records are under review. Contact the Archives for information on access.
8 F 171.002.001 Evaluation of a pilot project in interdisciplinary education 1987-05-00 Open.
9 F 171.001.001 Evaluation of the Faculties of Community Services and Arts interdisciplinary studies minors pilot project final report 1989-06-00 Open
10 F 171.002.003 An Analysis of the Methods Used to Evaluate the Clinical Competency of C. M. C. C. Interns 1995-03-17 Open
11 F 171.003.007 Response Set Bias, Internal Consistency and Construct Validity of the Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire 1998 Open
12 F 171.002.004 Practice Patterns of Ontario Chiropractors (1998-1999) [1999] Open
13 F 171.002.005 Student Outcomes and Attitudes in Technology-enabled and Traditional Education: A Case Study 2000 Open
14 F 171.001.004 Factor Analytic Properties of the Quality of Life Profile: Examination of the Nine Subdomain Quality of Life Models 2001 Open
15 F 171.003.008 Toronto's Image as a Destination: A Comparative Importance-Satisfaction Analysis by Origin of Visitor 2001 Open
16 F 171.001.003 Voices of Two Spirited Men - a survey of Aboriginal Two-Spirited men across Canada 2001-07-00 Open
17 F 171.001.002 A comparison of chronicles of change in social well-being in HIV+ and HIV- gay men 2002-03-00 Open