2013-14

Adams RA, Lefmann S, Jones A, Sheppard L, 2014. Utilising a collective case study system theory mixed methods approach: a rural health example. BMC Medical Research Methodology 14(1):94.

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Adams RA, Lefmann, S, Jones A, Sheppard LA, 2014. What factors influence service provision in a rural community?  Australian Journal of Rural Health 22(3):133-138.

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Banwell H, Mackintosh S, Thewlis D, Landorf K, 2014. A Delphi consensus: prescribing functional foot orthoses for the symptomatic pes planus adult. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 6(supp 1):O1.

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Banwell H, Mackintosh S, Thewlis D, Landorf K, 2014. Consensus-based recommendations of Australian podiatrists for the prescription of foot orthoses for symptomatic flexible pes planus in adults. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research vol 7:49.

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Banwell, H., Mackintosh, S., Thewlis, D. 2014. Foot orthoses for adults with flexible pes planus: a systematic review. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research. 2014 (7): 23

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Beaton, K., McEvoy, C., Grimmer, K. 2014.  Identifying indicators of early functional decline in community-dwelling older people: A review. Geriatrics & Gerontology International. DOI: 10.1111/ggi.12379.

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Brink Y, Louw Q, Grimmer K, Schreve K, Van Der Westhuizen G, Jordaan E, 2013. Development of a cost effective three-dimensional posture analysis tool: validity and reliability. BMC musculoskeletal disorders 14(1):335.

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Brink Y., Louw Q., Grimmer K, Schreve K., van der Westhuizen G and Jordaan E. 2013.  Development of a cost effective three-dimensional posture analysis tool: validity and reliability. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders (19): 82-86.

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Brink, Y., Louw, Q., Grimmer, K., Jordaan, E. 2014. The spinal posture of computing adolescents in a real-life setting. 2014 (15) 212.

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Buist, M., Jaffray, L.,  Bedll, E., Hanna. L., Weinstein, P., Kumar. S., Grimmer. K. 2014. Utilisation of beds on the general medical unit by ‘non-acute medical’ patients: a retrospective study of incidence and cost in two Tasmanian regional medical hospital units. Internal Medicine Journal 2014 (44): 171-177.

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Causby, R., Reed, L., McDonnell, M., Hillier, S. 2014. Use of Objective Psychomotor Tests in Health Professionals. Perceptual and Motor Skills 2014 118(3): 765-804.

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Childs JT, Esterman AJ, Phillips M, Thoirs KA, Turner RC, 2014. Methods of determining the size of the adult liver using 2d ultrasound: a systematic review of articles reporting liver measurement techniques. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, published online 4 September 2014. doi: 10.1177/8756479314549070.

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Childs JT, Esterman AJ, Thoirs K, 2014. Ultrasound measurements of the liver: an intra and inter-rater reliability study. Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine 17(3):113-119

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Denton TP, Jones MA, Saunders SW, 2014. Test-retest reliability of isometric hip muscle strength measured using handheld dynamometry: a pilot study. Australian Medical Student Journal 5(1):66-70

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Dizon, J., Dizon, R., Region, J., Gabriel, A.  2014. Evidence-based practice training for health professionals in the Philippines. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2014 (2014:5): 89-94.

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Dizon, J., Grimmer, K., Kumar, S. 2014. Effectiveness of the tailored Evidence Based Practice training program for Filipino physical therapists: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Medical Education. 2014, 14:147.

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Dones V, Grimmer K, Milanese S, Kumar S, 2014. Sensitivity of Provocation Tests in Diagnosing Lateral Epicondylalgia. Journal of Case Reports and Clinical Research Studies 1(1):1.

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Dones V, Grimmer K, Thomas JC, Lesniewski P, Thoirs K, Gonzalez-Suarez C, 2014. The reliability of musculoskeletal ultrasound video tracking of muscle and tendon displacement. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications 4(10):1-14

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Dones V, Milanese S, Grimmer K, Atlas A, 2014. Diagnostic Value of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound in Acute and Chronic Lateral Epicondylalgia. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice 12(4).

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Dones, V., Grimmer, K., Milanese, S., Atlas, A. 2014. Association between Lateral Epicondylalgia and Upper Extremity Anthropometric Measurements: A case Control Study. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 2014 S5:003.

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Dones, V., Grimmer,K., Thoirs., K,  Suarez., C., Luker, J. 2014. The diagnostic validity of musculoskeletal ultrasound in lateral epicondylalgia: a systematic review. BMC Medical Imaging 2014 (14): 10.

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Dones, V., Thomas, J., Lesniewski, P., Thoirs, K., Grimmer, K., Suraez. 2014. The Reliability of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Video Tracking of Muscle and Tendon Displacement. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications. Vol 4. Issue 10 October 2014.

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Ducat, W., Burge, V., Kumar, S. 2014 Barriers to, and enablers of, participation in the Allied Health Rural and Remote Training and Support (AHRRTS) program for rural and remote allied health workers; a qualitative descriptive study. BMC Medical Education. (14:194).

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Edwards I, Jones MA, Thacker M, Swisher LL, 2014. The moral experience of the patient with chronic pain: bridging the gap between first and third person ethics. Pain Medicine 15:364-378.

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English C, Bernhardt J, Hillier S, 2014. Circuit class therapy and 7-day-week therapy increase physiotherapy time, but not patient activity. Early results from the CIRCIT trial. Stroke 45:3002-3007.

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English C, Hillier S, Kaur G, Hundertmark L. 2014 People with stroke spend more time in active task practice, but similar time in walking practice, when physiotherapy rehabilitation is provided in circuit classes compared to individual therapy sessions: an observational study. Journal of Physiotherapy. 60(1):50-54.

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English C, Manns P, Tucak C, Bernhardt J, 2014. Physical activity and sedentary behaviours in people with stroke living in the community: A systematic review. Physical Therapy. 94(2):185-196.

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Grimmer K, Milanese S, Beaton K, Atlas A, 2014. Additional measures do not improve the diagnostic accuracy of the Hospital Admission Risk Profile for detecting downstream quality of life in community-dwelling older people presenting to a hospital emergency department. Clinical Interventions in Aging 9:233-242.

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Grimmer K., Milanese S., Beaton K., Atlas A (2013).  Additional measures do not improve the diagnostic accuracy of the Hospital Admission Risk Profile for detecting downstream quality of life in community-dwelling older people presenting to a hospital emergency department. Clinical Interventions in Aging 2014 (9): 233-242.

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Grimmer, K., Dizon, J., Milanese, S., King, E., Beaton, K., Thorpe, O., Lizarondo, L., Luker, J., Machotka, Z., Kumar, S. 2014. Efficient clinical evaluation of guideline quality: development and testing of a new tool. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2014 (14): 63.

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Grimmer, K., Lizarondo, L., Kumar, S., Bell, E., Buist, M., Weinstein, P. 2014. An evidence-based framework to measure quality of allied health care. Health Research Policy and Systems. 2014 12:10.

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Hellmanns K, McBean K, Thoirs K, 2014. Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the measurement of whole body muscle mass: A comparison of interval gap methods. Radiography, published online 12 Oct 2014. doi: 10.1016/j.radi.2014.09.009

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Hoppenbrouwers G, Stewart H, Kernot J. 2014. Assistive technology assessment tools for assessing switch use of children: A systematic review and descriptive analysis.  Technology and Disability 26:171-185

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Immink MA, Hillier SL, Petkov J, 2014. A pilot randomised controlled trial of yoga for chronic post-stroke hemiparesis: Mental health, quality of life, and motor function outcomes. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 21(1):256–271. doi: 10.1310/tscir2101-256.

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King, S., Grimmer, K., Atlas, A., Milanese, S. 2014.  Synthesizing complex data on functional decline in older people using partial least squares (PLS) analysis 2014. DOI: 10.1111/jep.12213.

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Lefmann (nee Anaf) S, Sheppard LA, 2014. Perceptions of emergency department staff of the role of physiotherapists in the system: a qualitative investigation. Physiotherapy 100(1):86-91.

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Lizarondo L, Grimmer K, Kumar S, 2014. Assisting allied health in performance evaluation: a systematic review. BMC Health Services Research 14:572.

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Lizarondo, L., Grimmer, K., Kumar, S. 2014.  The Adapted Fresno test for speech pathologists, social workers and dieticians/nutritionists: validation and reliability testing. Journal of Multidisciplinary Health Care 2014 (7): 129-135.

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Luker, J., Bernhardt, J., Grimmer, K., Edwards, I. 2014. A qualitative exploration of discharge destination as an outcome or a driver of acute stroke care. BMC Health Services Research.  2014 (14):193.

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Lynch EA, Hillier SL, Cadilhac DA, 2014. When should physical rehabilitation commence after stroke: a systematic review. International Journal of Stroke 9:468-478.

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Magarey ME, Jones MA, Baida S, 2014. Motor control of the shoulder region. In: Fernandez de Las Penas C, Cleland JA, Dommerholt J (eds) Manual Therapy for Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes of the Upper and Lower Quadrants: An Evidence and Clinical-informed Approach chapter 32. Elsevier, London (No text found)

 

Major-Helsloot, M., Crous, L., Grimmer-Somers, K., Louw, Q. 2014. Management of LBP at primary care level in South Africa: up to standards? African Health Sciences. Vol 14, No 3 (2014).

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Maywald, A., & Stanley, M. 2014. Occupational therapists’ experience of motorized scooter prescription. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. 2014 doi:10.1111/1440-1630.12131.

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McDonnell MN, Esterman AJ, Williams R, Walker J, Mackintosh SF, 2014. Physical activity habits and preferences in the month prior to a first-ever stroke. PeerJ 2:e489. doi: 10.7717/peerj.489.

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McDonnell MN, Mackintosh SF, Hiller SL, Bryan J, 2014. Regular group exercise is associated with improved mood but not quality of life following stroke. PeerJ 2:e331. doi: 10.7717/peerj.331.

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McKenzie JF, Grimshaw PN, Jones CDS, Thoirs K, Petkov J, 2014. Muscle activity during lifting: examining the effect of core conditioning of multifidus and transversus abdominus. Work 14:453-462.

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Milanese, S., Grimmer-Somers, K., Souvlis, T., Innes-Walker, K., Chipchase, L. 2014. Is a blended learning approach effective for learning in allied health clinicians? Physical Therapy Reviews 2014 (19): 86-93.

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Morris J, Grimmer K, 2014. Non-medical prescribing by physiotherapists: Issues reported in the current evidence. Manual Therapy 19:82-86.

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Morris JH and Grimmer K (2014). Non-medical prescribing by physiotherapists: Issues reported in the current evidence. Manual Therapy 2014 (19): 82-86.

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Morris, J., Grimmer, K., Gilmore, L., Perera, C., Waddington, G., Kyle, G., Ashman, B., Murphy, K. 2014. Principles to guide sustainable implementation of extended-scope-of-practice physiotherapy workforce redesign initiatives in Australia: stakeholder perspectives, barriers, supports, and incentives. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare.  2014 (7): 249-258.

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Mortimer R, Privopoulos M, Kumar S, 2014. The effectiveness of hydrotherapy in the treatment of social and behavioural aspects of children with autism spectrum disorders: a systematic review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 7:99-103

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Murray C, Stanley M, Wright S, 2014. The transition from clinician to academic in nursing and allied health: A qualitative meta-synthesis. Nurse Education Today 34(3):389-395.

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Murray, C., Stanley, M., Wright, S. 2014.  Weighing up the commitment: A grounded theory of the transition from occupational therapy clinician to academic. Australian Occupational Therapy. DOI: 10.1111/1440-1630.12146.

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Nasir SH, Troynikov O, Massy-Westropp N, 2014. Therapy gloves for patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a review. Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease. doi: 10.1177/1759720X14557474.

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Oduyaiya, N., Louw, Q., Grimmer-Somers, K., Ogha, O. 2014. Development, initial content validation and reliability of Nigerian Composite Lifestyle CVD risk factors questionnaire for adolescents. African Health Sciences. Vol 14, No 3 (2014).

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Phillips A, Lewis L, McEvoy MP, Galipeau J, Glasziou P, Hammick M, Moher D, Tilson J, Williams MT, 2014. A systematic review of what studies report when describing evidence-based practice educational interventions: Stage 1 of the development of a reporting guideline. BMC Medical Education 14:152. doi:10.1186/1472-6920-14-152.

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Phillips, A, Lewis, L, McEvoy, MP, Galipeau, J, Glasziou, P,  Hammick, M, Moher, D, Tilson, J, Williams MT, 2014. A Delphi survey to determine how educational interventions for evidence-based practice should be reported: Stage 2 of the development of a reporting guideline. BMC Medical Education 14:159. doi: 10.1186/1472-6920-14-159.

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Quinlivan E, Jones S, Causby R, Brown D, 2014. Reduction of amputation rates in multidisciplinary Foot Clinics – A systematic review. Wound Practice and Research 22(3): 155-162.

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Singla M, Jones MA, Edwards I, Kumar S, 2014. Physiotherapists' assessment of patients' psychosocial status: Are we standing on thin ice? A qualitative descriptive study. Manual Therapy. doi: 10.1016/j.math.2014.10.004.

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Stanhope J, Milanese S, Grimmer K, 2014. University woodwind students' experiences with playing-related injuries and their management: a pilot study. Journal of Pain Research 7:133-148.

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Stanley, M., Nayar, S. 2014 Methodological rigour: Ensuring quality in occupational therapy qualitative research. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy 2014 60 (1): 6-12.

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Thomas S, Mackintosh S, 2014. Use of the Theoretical Domains Framework to inform an intervention to improve Physiotherapists management of falls risk on discharge from hospital. Physical Therapy 94:1660-1675.

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Thorpe O, Kumar S, Johnston K, 2014. Barriers to and enablers of physical activity in patients with COPD following a hospital admission: a qualitative study. International Journal of COPD 9:115-128.

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Van Kessel G, MacDougall C, Gibbs L, 2014. Resilience - rhetoric to reality: a systematic review of intervention studies following natural disasters. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 8(5):452-460.

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Van Niekerk, S-M., Grimmer, K., Louw, Q. 2014. The prevalence of underweight, overweight and obesity in a multiracial group of urban adolescent schoolchildren in the Cape Metropole area of Cape Town.  South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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Weeks, S., Grimmer, K., Boshoff, K., Stewart. 2014.  Conducting robust intervention trials to address the sensory needs of children with autism spectrum disorder: design challenges in an Australian context. British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

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Book Chapters:

Jones M, 2014. Clinical reasoning: from the Maitland concept and beyond. In: Hengeveld E, Banks K (eds) Vertebral Manipulation: Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders vol 1, 8th edn:14-82. Churchill Livingstone. 

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