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Chelsea Pelletier
Chelsea Pelletier
School of Health Sciences, University of Northern British Columbia
Verified email at unbc.ca
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The effects of exercise training on physical capacity, strength, body composition and functional performance among adults with spinal cord injury: a systematic review
AL Hicks, KA Martin Ginis, CA Pelletier, DS Ditor, B Foulon, DL Wolfe
Spinal cord 49 (11), 1103-1127, 2011
3682011
Understanding physical literacy in the context of health: a rapid scoping review
K Cornish, G Fox, T Fyfe, E Koopmans, A Pousette, CA Pelletier
BMC public health 20, 1-19, 2020
1362020
Following the physical activity guidelines for adults with spinal cord injury for 16 weeks does not improve vascular health: a randomized controlled trial
JOT de Zepetnek, CA Pelletier, AL Hicks, MJ MacDonald
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 96 (9), 1566-1575, 2015
972015
A 16-week randomized controlled trial evaluating the physical activity guidelines for adults with spinal cord injury
CA Pelletier, JOT De Zepetnek, MJ MacDonald, AL Hicks
Spinal Cord 53 (5), 363, 2015
78*2015
Children’s independent mobility and physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study with families
CA Pelletier, K Cornish, C Sanders
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (9), 4481, 2021
532021
Formulation of evidence-based messages to promote the use of physical activity to prevent and manage Alzheimer’s disease
KAM Ginis, J Heisz, JC Spence, IB Clark, J Antflick, CI Ardern, ...
BMC Public Health 17, 1-17, 2017
532017
A 16-week randomized controlled trial evaluating the physical activity guidelines for adults with spinal cord injury
CA Pelletier, JOT De Zepetnek, MJ MacDonald, AL Hicks
Spinal Cord 53 (5), 363, 2015
522015
Sarcopenic obesity in adults with spinal cord injury: a cross-sectional study
CA Pelletier, M Miyatani, L Giangregorio, BC Craven
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 97 (11), 1931-1937, 2016
502016
Muscle fatigue characteristics in paralyzed muscle after spinal cord injury
CA Pelletier, AL Hicks
Spinal Cord 49 (1), 125-130, 2011
412011
Self-report of one-year fracture incidence and osteoporosis prevalence in a community cohort of Canadians with spinal cord injury
C Pelletier, F Dumont, J Leblond, L Noreau, L Giangregorio, B Craven
Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation 20 (4), 302-309, 2014
312014
Aerobic capacity, orthostatic tolerance, and exercise perceptions at discharge from inpatient spinal cord injury rehabilitation
CA Pelletier, G Jones, AE Latimer-Cheung, DE Warburton, AL Hicks
Archives of Physical Medicine and rehabilitation 94 (10), 2013
312013
A systematic review of physical activity interventions to improve physical fitness and health outcomes among Indigenous adults living in Canada
CA Pelletier, J Smith-Forrester, T Klassen-Ross
Preventive medicine reports 8, 242-249, 2017
282017
Implementation of physical activity interventions in rural, remote, and northern communities: A scoping review
CA Pelletier, A Pousette, K Ward, R Keahey, G Fox, S Allison, D Rasali, ...
INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing …, 2020
262020
Barriers to physical activity for adults in rural and urban Canada: a cross-sectional comparison
CA Pelletier, N White, A Duchesne, L Sluggett
SSM-Population Health 16, 100964, 2021
252021
Muscle characteristics and fatigue properties after spinal cord injury
CA Pelletier, AL Hicks
Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical Engineering 37 (1-2), 2009
252009
Participation in moderate-to-vigorous leisure time physical activity is related to decreased visceral adipose tissue in adults with spinal cord injury
CA Pelletier, M Omidvar, M Miyatani, L Giangregorio, BC Craven
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 43 (2), 139-144, 2018
232018
Exercise equipment preferences among adults with spinal cord injury
CA Pelletier, DS Ditor, AE Latimer-Cheung, DE Warburton, AL Hicks
Spinal Cord 52 (12), 874-879, 2014
232014
Exploring the perspectives of community members as research partners in rural and remote areas
CA Pelletier, A Pousette, K Ward, G Fox
Research Involvement and Engagement 6, 1-10, 2020
222020
Health risks and mitigation strategies from occupational exposure to wildland fire: a scoping review
E Koopmans, K Cornish, TM Fyfe, K Bailey, CA Pelletier
Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 17 (1), 2, 2022
212022
Direct referral and physical activity counselling upon discharge from spinal cord injury rehabilitation
CA Pelletier, AE Latimer-Cheung, DE Warburton, AL Hicks
Spinal Cord 52 (5), 392-395, 2014
212014
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