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Marie Earl

Assistant Professor

Email: marie.earl@dal.ca

Recent Submissions

  • The feasibility of performing resistance exercise with acutely ill hospitalized older adults 

    Mallery, L. H., E. A. MacDonald, C. L. Hubley-Kozey, M. E. Earl, et al. 2003. "The feasibility of performing resistance exercise with acutely ill hospitalized older adults." BMC geriatrics 3: 3.
    BACKGROUND: For older adults, hospitalization frequently results in deterioration of mobility and function. Nevertheless, there are little data about how older adults exercise in the hospital and definitive studies are not ...
  • Vestibular and motor contributions to mobility: limitations of seniors awaiting discharge from hospital care 

    Golder, M. D., E. M. Earl, and L. H. Mallery. 2012. "Vestibular and motor contributions to mobility: limitations of seniors awaiting discharge from hospital care." Physiotherapy research international : the journal for researchers and clinicians in physical therapy 17(4): 200-207.
    BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Following hospitalization, seniors are at risk of impaired mobility and increased risk of falling, which can lead to injuries and re-admission. The primary purpose of this paper was to evaluate the ...