Characterizing Unilateral Neglect after Stroke - Comparing Consequences of Right and Left Unilateral Neglect after Stroke in a Stroke Rehabilitation Population, J. Wee , W. Hopman, American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 87(11); 2008 :910-920. Left and right unilateral neglect similar, with hemipersonal neglect associated with worse outcomes than hemispatial neglect (safety, shoulder and hand complications, discharge destination). Anatomic network supported.
Effects of smoke exposure and other lifestyle factors on pain response to electrical stimulation in women. J. Wee, W. Hopman. Pain Research and Management, Vol 13(3); 2008: 231-235. Cigarette smoke exposure associated with increased pain perception to electrical stimulation.
Factors shaping attitudes towards physical disability and availability of rehabilitative support systems for disabled persons in rural Kenya, J. Monk, J. Wee (corresponding author), Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, Vol 19(1); 2008: 93-113.
Factors affecting activities and participation in persons with disabilities – informing models and measures. J. Wee , Master’s Thesis, Kingston, ON. Queen’s University, October 2007 accessible at https://qspace.library.queensu.ca .
Adjusting expectations after spinal cord injury across global settings – A commentary . J. Wee , Disability and Rehabilitation vol 28(10); 2006: 659-661.
Myofascial Pain in a Guitarist. ArtsMedicine Master Class J.Wee , A. Brandfonbrener. Medical Problems of Performing Artists Vol 20 (4); 2005: 180-182.
Stroke Impairment Predictors of Discharge Function, Length of Stay and Discharge Destination in Stroke Rehabilitation, J. Wee, W. Hopman, Am J of Phys Med Rehabilitation Vol 84 (8); 2005: 604-612 Predictors of length of stay include admission function, balance, number of stroke impairments, family support. Predictors of discharge destination include hemipersonal neglect.
A Rationale for teaching Physiatric Principles in Medical School - Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Position Statement, Education Committee (Undergraduate subcommittee) J. Wee, S. Dojeiji, accepted October 2004 by the CAPMR Executive Committee, CAPMR website www.capmr.medical.org , 2005
A Rationale for Learning Physiatric Principles in Medical School – Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Position Paper, Education Committee (Undergraduate subcommittee) J. Wee, S. Dojeiji, accepted October 2004 by the CAPMR Executive Committee, CAPMR website www.capmr.medical.org , 2005
The Role of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation in the Medical Undergraduate Curriculum within Canada. J.Wee , P. Barton, CAPMR Newsletter, Fall 2004: 12-15 (first peer reviewed article of the publication)
Common Pain Conditions in Physiatric Practice, J. Wee , Queen’s Health Science Journal Vol 7 (2); 2004: 33-39
Rationale for an approach to identifying disabled persons in Community Based Rehabilitation Projects. J. Wee , Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, Vol 15 (2); 2004: 34-42
An international comparative study assessing impairment, activities, and participation in Spinal Cord Injury rehabilitation – a pilot study. J. Wee, R. Schwarz, Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, Vol 15(2); 2004: 43-53 Life satisfaction scores not directly correlated with Participation Scale Scores.