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Submissions from 2013

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Investigating the feasibility of slow vital capacity and cough peak flow versus traditional spirometry in children with a neuromuscular disorder, Madeline Caterina, Shane Patman, Vivienne Travlos, Andrew Wilson, and Graham L. Hall

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Assessing tactile acuity in musculoskeletal medicine: how good are two point discrimination tests at the neck, hand, back and foot?, M Catley, A Tabor, Benedict Wand, and G L. Moseley

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Are clinical manifestations of disrupted cortical maps present in patients with chronic, mid-portion Achilles tendinopathy?, James R. Debenham, P Butler, A Mallows, and Benedict M. Wand

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An examination of the psychometric properties of the Compulsive Exercise Test in an adolescent eating disorder population, Pam Formby, A Hilyard, H Watson, and S Egan

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Lead or be led? Should electrotherapy be taught in a contemporary entry-level physiotherapy curriculum?, Will Gibson, Shane Patman, and Joanne Connaughton

Submissions from 2012

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Low back pain-related beliefs and self-reported practice behaviours among final-year cross-discipline health students, A Briggs, H Slater, A Smith, A Parkin-Smith, K Watkins, Benedict Wand, and J Chua

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What is the relevance of reflective practice in undergraduate e-portfolios to professional work practices?, Joanne Connaughton and Susan Edgar

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Functional changes in the primary somatosensory cortex in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS): A systematic review, Flavia Di Pietro, Tasha R. Stanton, Luke Parkitny, James H. McCauley, Martin Lotze, Benedict M. Wand, and G Lorimer Moseley

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Sustaining Quality Improvement In Hospital Falls Prevention Systems By Using A Community Of Practice, Anne-Marie Hill, Nicholas Waldron, Robert Fletcher, and Luke Slawomirski

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Treatment-based classification of low back pain – who are the unclear classifications?, T R. Stanton, J M. Fritz, A T. Apeldoorn, Benedict M. Wand, and M J. Hancock

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Chronic Lower Back Pain: A Maladaptive Perceptions Model, Benedict M. Wand

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Moving in an environment of induced sensory-motor incongruence does not influence pain sensitivity in healthy volunteers: A randomised within-subject cross-over experiment, Benedict M. Wand, Lareina Szpak, Pamela George, Max Bulsara, Neil E. O'Connell, and G Lorimer Moseley

Submissions from 2011

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Evidencing reflective practice with e-portfolios, Jo Connaughton and Susan Edgar

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Finding ways to facilitate student learning in practical laboratories, Jacqui Francis-Coad

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Can regular use of the Cough Assist machine maintain lung function in children and adolescents with neuromuscular disease?, Laura Gotti, Vivienne Travlos, and Shane Patman

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What factors determine patient satisfaction with musculoskeletal physiotherapy care in Australia?, Julia Hush, Vivian Yung, Martin Mackey, Benedict M. Wand, Roger Adams, Roger Nelson, and Paul Beattie

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Transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex in the treatment of chronic non-specific low back pain. A randomised, double-blind exploratory study, Neil E. O'Connell, John Cossar, Louise Marston, Benedict M. Wand, David Bunce, Lorraine H. De Souza, David W. Maskill, Andrew Sharp, and G Lorimer Moseley

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Non-invasive brain stimulation techniques for chronic pain. A Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis, Neil E. O'Connell, Louise Marston, Benedict M. Wand, Sally Spencer, and Lorraine H. De Souza

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Functional mobility of intensive care survivors at the time of discharge from acute care, Shane Patman, Diane Dennis, Tracy Hedben-Todd, and Kylie Hill

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Evaluation of a treatment-based classification algorithm for low back pain, Tasha R. Stanton, Julie Fritz, Mark J. Hancock, Jane Latimer, Chris G. Maher, Benedict M. Wand, and Eric Parent

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Tactile thresholds are preserved yet complex sensory function is impaired over the lumbar spine of chronic non-specific low back pain patients: A preliminary investigation, Benedict M. Wand, Flavia Di Pietro, Pamela George, and Neil E. O'Connell

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Treating chronic nonspecific low back pain with a sensorimotor retraining approach: An exploratory multiple-baseline study of 3 participants, Benedict M. Wand, Neil E. O'Connell, Flavia Di Pietro, and Max Bulsara

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Patient satisfaction with musculoskeletal physiotherapy care in Australia is high, Vivian Yung, Martin Mackey, Benedict M. Wand, Roger Adams, Roger Nelson, Paul Beattie, and Julia Hush

Submissions from 2009

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The effect of patient education for the prevention of in-hospital falls in older patients - a randomised controlled trial, Anne-Marie Hill, K Hill, S Brauer, D Oliver, T Hoffman, C Beer, S McPhail, and T P. Haines

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The effect of patient education for the prevention of in-hospital falls in older patients - a randomised controlled trial, Anne-Marie Hill, K Hill, S Brauer, D Oliver, T Hoffman, C Beer, S McPhail, and T P. Haines

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Tactile Thresholds are Preserved yet Cortical Sensory Function is Impaired in Chronic Non-Specific Low Back Pain Patients, Benedict M. Wand, Flavia S. Di Pietro, Pamela George, and Neil E. O’Connell

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Cortical Training in the Management of Acute Upper Limb Burns: a pilot randomised controlled trial, L M. Zorzi, N Brockman, M Clifford, C Griggs, F M. Wood, Benedict M. Wand, and D W. Edgar

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Cortical Training in the Management of Acute Upper Limb Burns: a pilot randomised controlled trial, L M. Zorzi, D Edgar, Benedict M. Wand, and F Wood

Submissions from 2008

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A randomised trial of DVD versus written delivery of patient education materials for the prevention of in-hospital falls, Anne-Marie Hill, C Beer, S Brauer, T Haines, K Hill, T Hoffman, K McKenna, S McPhail, and D Oliver

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A randomised trial of digital video disc (DVD) compared to written delivery of falls prevention education for older patients in hospital, Anne-Marie Hill, S McPhail, T Hoffman, K Hill, D Oliver, C Beer, S Brauer, and T P. Haines

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Systematic Review of Physiotherapy during Acute Exacerbations of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (AECOPD), K Hill, Shane Patman, and D Brooks

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Profiling Physiotherapy in Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care, Kristin Leslie and Shane Patman

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Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy education – are we achieving the vision?, Shane Patman

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Benchmarking Intensive Care Physiotherapy Staffing in Australian Tertiary Hospitals, Wenxing Sun and Shane Patman

Submissions from 2007

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A better practice idea to maximise resident participation and functional performance in a low care residential facility, Jacqui Francis-Coad

Submissions from 2005

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Optimising physiotherapy care for acute low back pain – identifying non-responders to treatment, James H. McAuley, Benedict M. Wand, C Bird, and Lorraine H. De Souza

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Changes in triceps surae muscle length and stiffness during intensive care admission: an observational study, G Nielsen, P Gardner, and Shane Patman

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The financial costs associated with respiratory physiotherapy for ventilator-associated pneumonia in patients with acquired brain injury, Shane Patman, K Stiller, E Geelhoed, and S Jenkins

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Physiotherapy for ventilator associated pneumonia in patients with acquired brain injury, Shane Patman, K Stiller, and S Jenkins

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Cardiothoracic physiotherapists wanted – must be committed, motivated and competent in this specialty area, M Williams, Shane Patman, M Smith, J Paratz, and J Alison

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Incidence of adverse physiological changes in intensive care – a multi-centre audit, Litsa Zeppos, J Paratz, Julie A. Adsett, Susan Berney, Julie M. Bridson, and Shane Patman

Submissions from 2004

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Respiratory physiotherapy in the acute tetraplegic patient - is the use of non-invasive ventilation (NIV) a useful adjunct?, Shane Patman and C Cooling

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The influence of physiotherapy on ventilator-associated pneumonia in acquired brain injury patients, Shane Patman, K Stiller, M Blackmore, and S Jenkins

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Physiotherapy and non-invasive ventilation (NIV) at Royal Perth Hospital — a unique service delivery model?, Shane Patman, P Winship, and M Harrold

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International low back pain guidelines: A comparison of two research based models of care for the management of acute low back pain., Benedict Wand, C Bird, James H. McAuley, Maureen MacDowell, and Lorraine H. De Souza

Submissions from 2003

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The use of non-invasive ventilation (NIV) as an adjunct to physiotherapy in the treatment of the acute tetraplegic patient – preliminary results, Shane Patman and C Cooling

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Beyond the Bali Bombings – the Royal Perth Hospital Intensive Care Unit Physiotherapy 2002 burns experiences, Shane Patman and D Edgar

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The Bali bombings – the Royal Perth Hospital Intensive Care Unit Physiotherapy experiences, Shane Patman and D Edgar

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The effect of chest physiotherapy on the prevention and treatment of nosocomial pneumonia for intensive care patients with acquired brain injury - preliminary results, Shane Patman, K Stiller, M Blackmore, and S Jenkins

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The Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) Physiotherapy experience with non-invasive ventilation (NIV) – a unique service delivery model?, Shane Patman, P Winship, and M Harrold