Helena Kadlec, Ph.D.

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Psychology University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
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James Townsend grad student Purdue (Neurotree)

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Iris van Rooij grad student 2003 University of Victoria (Neurotree)
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Kadlec H, Hollander MJ, Clelland C, et al. (2015) Family physicians enhance end-of-life care: evaluation of a new continuing medical education learning module in British Columbia. Bmc Medical Education. 15: 119
Hollander MJ, Kadlec H. (2015) Financial implications of the continuity of primary care. The Permanente Journal. 19: 4-10
Chappell NL, Kadlec H, Reid C. (2014) Change and predictors of change in social skills of nursing home residents with dementia. American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias. 29: 23-31
MacCarthy D, Weinerman R, Kallstrom L, et al. (2013) Mental health practice and attitudes of family physicians can be changed! The Permanente Journal. 17: 14-7
Garcia-Ortega I, Kadlec H, Kutcher S, et al. (2013) Program evaluation of a child and youth mental health training program for family physicians in british columbia. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry = Journal De L'AcadéMie Canadienne De Psychiatrie De L'Enfant Et De L'Adolescent. 22: 296-302
MacCarthy D, Kallstrom L, Kadlec H, et al. (2012) Improving primary care in British Columbia, Canada: evaluation of a peer-to-peer continuing education program for family physicians. Bmc Medical Education. 12: 110
Bukach CM, Gauthier I, Tarr MJ, et al. (2012) Does acquisition of Greeble expertise in prosopagnosia rule out a domain-general deficit? Neuropsychologia. 50: 289-304
Weinerman R, Campbell H, Miller M, et al. (2011) Improving mental healthcare by primary care physicians in British Columbia. Healthcare Quarterly (Toronto, Ont.). 14: 36-8
O'Connell ME, Tuokko H, Kadlec H. (2011) Demographic corrections appear to compromise classification accuracy for severely skewed cognitive tests. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 33: 422-31
Maclean CL, Brimacombe CAE, Allison M, et al. (2011) Post-identification feedback effects: Investigators and evaluators Applied Cognitive Psychology. 25: 739-752
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