Participation and Activity Limitation Survey
2001 - 2006
|2001,2006||Participation and Activity Limitation Survey|
All publications (e.g. scientific articles, reports, dissertations, theses) and presentations based on a dataset available in the RDCs should include an acknowledgement of the support provided by granting councils (SSHRC, CIHR, CFI), Statistics Canada and host university. See a sample
David Baldridge, Alison M. Konrad, Mark E. Moore, and Yang Yang (2017).
Childhood onset disability, strong ties and employment quality
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal , 290-305
Anton Miller, Jane Shen, and Louise C. Mâsse (2016).
Child functional characteristics explain child and family outcomes better than diagnosis: Population-based study of children with autism or other neurodevelopmental disorders/disabilities
Health Reports / Rapports sur la santé , 18-Sep
Sabrina Cavallo, Annette Majnemer, Barbara Mazer, Gevorg Chilingaryan, and Debbie Ehrmann Feldman (2015).
Participation in leisure activities among Canadian children with arthritis: Results from a national representative sample
The Journal of Rheumatology , 1002-1010
Alison M. Konrad, Mark E. Moore, Eddy S. W. Ng, Alison J. Doherty, and Katherine Breward (2013).
Temporary work, underemployment and workplace accommodations: Relationship to well-being for workers with disabilities
British Journal of Management , 367-382
Scott B. Patten, Jeanne V. A. Williams, Dina H. Lavorato, David Terriff, Luanne M. Metz, Sandy Berzins, and Andrew G. M. Bulloch (2012).
Perceived met and unmet health care needs in a community population with MS
International Journal of MS Care , 8-Feb
Aliya Kassam, Jeanne V. A. Williams, and Scott B. Patten (2012).
Experienced discrimination among people with mental illness in a population-based sample of Canadians reporting a disability
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 102-110
Jessica G. Huber-Wilhelm (2012).
A profile of Canadians over the age of 65 years living with coexisting vision and mobility impairments: A sequential mixed method analysis
Antonio Páez and Steven Farber (2012).
Participation and desire: Leisure activities among Canadian adults with disabilities
Transportation , 1055-1078
Nathalie Giguère (2011).
Effets redistributifs de la mise en place d'une allocation pour personnes handicapées au Québec
Roy Hanes, Saul Schwartz, and Nancy Werk (2011).
Disability and educational success: An analysis of PALS 2006
M. Dinca-Panaitescu, R. Doucet, L. Patton, B. Pooran, and J. Stapleton (2010).
Low income adults with disabilities living in Canada - a detailed analysis using the 2006 Participation and Activity Limitation Survey
Morley Gunderson (2010).
A disability-based pay gap analysis using the 2006 Participation and Activity Limitation Survey data
Gary Annable, Deborah Stienstra, and Harvey Max Chochinov (2010).
Addressing disability in cancer care: Final report
Adele Furrie, Cameron Crawford, and Mihaela Dinca-Panaitescu (2010).
Work-related training for people with disabilities: Experiences and barriers - final report
Steven Farber and Antonio Páez (2010).
Employment status and commute distance of Canadians with disabilities
Transportation , 931-952
A. Furrie and C. Crawford (2010).
Towards a better understanding of the dynamics of disability and its impact on employment
A. Schubert (2009).
Albertans with disabilities in 2001: Learnings from the Participation and Activity Limitation Survey
Karine Garneau (2009).
L'espérance de vie selon différents degrés d'incapacité et de désavantage: Nouvelles estimations pour le Québec et les régions canadiennes en 2001
E. Zubrow, M. Rioux, C. Spielman, M. Dinca-Panaitescu, G. Kunkel, and A. Marsollais (2008).
Landscape of literacy and disability
Canadian Community Health Survey Linked to Vital Statistics – Discharge Abstracts – Ambulatory Care and Mental Health Records
High System Users linked to T1 Family File – Census of the Population Long-Form – National Household Survey
Canadian Vital Statistics Death Data – Discharge Abstract Database – National Ambulatory Care Reporting System