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Current research focuses on exercise interventions in populations with chronic conditions. One line of investigation includes the examination of the effects of intra-dialytic exercise on physical function, cardiovascular function and well-being in individuals with renal failure. The other major area of investigation examines the influence of community-based self-management program (education and exercise) on physical function, pain intensity, pain catastrophising, depression and pain self-efficacy in individuals with chronic pain.
On Sabbatical: July 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016
Scheduled Retirement: June 30, 2017
|Parsons, T.L., and C.E. King-VanVlack. Exercise and end-stage kidney disease: functional exercise capacity and cardiovascular outcomes. Adv. Chronic Kidney Dis. 16:459-481, 2009.
Dubin, R., and C.E. King-VanVlack. The trajectory of chronic pain: Can a community-based exercise/education program soften the ride? Pain Res. Manag. 15:361-368, 2010.