Brenna Bath
Brenna Bath
School of Rehabilitation Science, University of Saskatchewan
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Lean and leadership practices: development of an initial realist program theory
D Goodridge, G Westhorp, T Rotter, R Dobson, B Bath
BMC health services research 15 (1), 1-15, 2015
Exercise for adults with fibromyalgia: an umbrella systematic review with synthesis of best evidence
J Bidonde, A Jean Busch, B Bath, S Milosavljevic
Current rheumatology reviews 10 (1), 45-79, 2014
Use of videoconferencing for physical therapy in people with musculoskeletal conditions: a systematic review
SL Grona, B Bath, A Busch, T Rotter, C Trask, E Harrison
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 24 (5), 341-355, 2018
Addressing rural and remote access disparities for patients with inflammatory arthritis through video‐conferencing and innovative inter‐professional care models
R Taylor‐Gjevre, B Nair, B Bath, U Okpalauwaekwe, M Sharma, E Penz, ...
Musculoskeletal Care 16 (1), 90-95, 2018
Patient and referring health care provider satisfaction with a physiotherapy spinal triage assessment service
B Bath, B Janzen
Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare, 1-15, 2011
A biopsychosocial profile of adult Canadians with and without chronic back disorders: a population-based analysis of the 2009-2010 Canadian Community Health Surveys
B Bath, C Trask, J McCrosky, J Lawson
BioMed Research International 2014, 2014
"The largest Lean transformation in the world": the implementation and evaluation of lean in Saskatchewan healthcare.
L Kinsman, T Rotter, K Stevenson, B Bath, D Goodridge, L Harrison, ...
Healthcare Quarterly 17 (2), 29-32, 2014
A spinal triage programme delivered by physiotherapists in collaboration with orthopaedic surgeons
B Bath, SL Grona, B Janzen
Physiotherapy Canada 64 (4), 356-366, 2012
Mapping the physiotherapy profession in Saskatchewan: examining rural versus urban practice patterns
B Bath, J Gabrush, R Fritzler, N Dickson, D Bisaro, K Bryan, TI Shah
Physiotherapy Canada 67 (3), 221-231, 2015
Measuring geographical accessibility to rural and remote health care services: Challenges and considerations
TI Shah, S Milosavljevic, B Bath
Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology 21, 87-96, 2017
Determining geographic accessibility of family physician and nurse practitioner services in relation to the distribution of seniors within two Canadian Prairie Provinces
TI Shah, S Milosavljevic, B Bath
Social Science & Medicine 194, 96-104, 2017
Bone strength and muscle properties in postmenopausal women with and without a recent distal radius fracture
K Crockett, CM Arnold, JP Farthing, PD Chilibeck, JD Johnston, B Bath, ...
Osteoporosis International 26, 2461-2469, 2015
The association between awkward working posture and low back disorders in farmers: a systematic review
MI Khan, B Bath, C Boden, O Adebayo, C Trask
Journal of agromedicine 24 (1), 74-89, 2019
Whole body vibration exposure patterns in Canadian prairie farmers
X Zeng, AM Kociolek, MI Khan, S Milosavljevic, B Bath, C Trask
Ergonomics 60 (8), 1064-1073, 2017
Use of real-time videoconferencing to deliver physical therapy services: A scoping review of published and emerging evidence
S Horsley, G Schock, SL Grona, K Montieth, B Mowat, K Stasiuk, C Boden, ...
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 26 (10), 581-589, 2020
Experience of patients and practitioners with a team and technology approach to chronic back disorder management
S Lovo, L Harrison, ME O'Connell, C Trask, B Bath
Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare, 855-869, 2019
Mapping physiotherapy use in Canada in relation to physiotherapist distribution
TI Shah, S Milosavljevic, C Trask, B Bath
Physiotherapy Canada 71 (3), 213-219, 2019
Self-reported use of family physician, chiropractor and physiotherapy services among adult Canadians with chronic back disorders: an observational study
B Bath, J Lawson, D Ma, C Trask
BMC Health Services Research 18 (1), 1-11, 2018
Examining the supply of and demand for physiotherapy in Saskatchewan: the relationship between where physiotherapists work and population health need
B McFadden, K Jones McGrath, T Lowe, C Thiessen, S Irinici, T Shah, ...
Physiotherapy Canada 68 (4), 335-345, 2016
Risk factors for low back disorders in Saskatchewan farmers: field-based exposure assessment to build a foundation for epidemiological studies
C Trask, B Bath, PW Johnson, K Teschke
JMIR Research Protocols 5 (2), e5573, 2016
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