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20152015 Updated Method Guideline for Systematic Reviews in the Cochrane Back and Neck GroupMaher, Christopher; Bronfort, Gert; Chou, Roger; Deyo, Rick A.; Furlan, Andrea D; Malmivaara, Antti; Schoene, Mark; Van Tulder, Maurits; The George Institute for Global Health2015 Updated Method Guideline for Systematic Reviews in the Cochrane Back and Neck Group, Spine, vol.40, 21, 2015,pp 1660-1673
2014Accuracy of clinical tests in the diagnosis of anterior cruciate ligament injury: a systematic reviewDownie, Aron; Henschke, Nicholas; Kamper, Steven; Maher, Christopher; Swain, Michael; Koes, Bart W.; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthAccuracy of clinical tests in the diagnosis of anterior cruciate ligament injury: a systematic review, Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, vol.22, N/A, 2014,pp 1-10
2012Accuracy of the Canadian C-spine rule and NEXUS to screen for clinically important cervical spine injury in patients following blunt trauma: a systematic reviewLin, Chung-Wei Christine; Maher, Christopher; Michaleff, Zoe; Rebbeck, Trudy; Verhagen, Arianne P; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesAccuracy of the Canadian C-spine rule and NEXUS to screen for clinically important cervical spine injury in patients following blunt trauma: a systematic review, Canadian Medical Association Journal, vol.184, 16, 2012,pp E867-E876
2003Acute low back pain: systematic review of its prognosisHerbert, Robert; Maher, Christopher; Pengel, Heloise; Refshauge, Kathryn; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyAcute low back pain: systematic review of its prognosis, BMJ, vol.327,(N/A),2003,pp 1-5
2017Acute low back pain? Do not blame the weather- a case-crossover studyLi, Qiang; Maher, Christopher; Steffens, Daniel; Beilken, Keira; Hancock, Mark; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthAcute low back pain? Do not blame the weather- a case-crossover study, Pain Medicine, vol.18, 6, 2017,pp 1139-1144
2017Advice for acute low back pain: a comparison of what research supports and what guidelines recommendLin, Chung-Wei Christine; Maher, Christopher; Phan, Kevin; Stevens, Matthew; de Carvalho, Flavia; Koes, B; The George Institute for Global Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Medicine; School of Public Health: MedicineAdvice for acute low back pain: a comparison of what research supports and what guidelines recommend, Spine Journal, vol.17, 10, 2017,pp 1537-1546
2003Advice or exercise for chronic whiplash disorders? Design of a randomized controlled trialHerbert, Robert; Maher, Christopher; Nicholas, Michael; Refshauge, Kathryn; Stewart, Mark; Bogduk, N; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; Northern Clinical School: Pain Mgt. Res. Inst.; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyAdvice or exercise for chronic whiplash disorders? Design of a randomized controlled trial, B M C Musculoskeletal Disorders, vol.4,(18),2003,pp 1-8
2015Advice to Stay Active or Structured Exercise in the Management of Sciatica: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisFernandez, Matthew; Ferreira, Manuela; Ferreira, Paulo; Lemes, Italo; Machado, Aryane; Maher, Christopher; Refshauge, Kathryn; Hartvigsen, Jan; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesAdvice to Stay Active or Structured Exercise in the Management of Sciatica: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, Spine, vol.40, 18, 2015,pp 1457-1466
2002Aerobic exercise reduces blood pressure in both hypertensive and normotensive persons.Maher, Christopher; The George Institute for International HealthAerobic exercise reduces blood pressure in both hypertensive and normotensive persons., Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.48,(3),2002,pp 238-238
2008After an Episode of Acute Low Back Pain, Recurrence Is Unpredictable and Not as Common as Previously ThoughtHenschke, Nicholas; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; Refshauge, Kathryn; Stanton (Liddle), Tash (Natasha); The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthAfter an Episode of Acute Low Back Pain, Recurrence Is Unpredictable and Not as Common as Previously Thought, Spine, vol.33, 26, 2008,pp 2923-2928
2014Age does not modify effects of treatment on pain of patients with low back pain – secondary analysis of randomized controlled trialsFerreira, Manuela; Ferreira, Paulo; Henschke, Nicholas; Kamper, Steven; Maher, Christopher; Hayden, Jill; Koes, Bart; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthAge does not modify effects of treatment on pain of patients with low back pain – secondary analysis of randomized controlled trials, European Journal of Pain, vol.18, 7, 2014,pp 932-938
2009Analgesic effects of treatments for non-specific low back pain: a meta-analysis of placebo-ontrolled randomized trialsHerbert, Robert; Kamper, Steven; Machado, Luciana; Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; The George Institute for International Health; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthAnalgesic effects of treatments for non-specific low back pain: a meta-analysis of placebo-ontrolled randomized trials, Rheumatology (Print Edition), vol.48,(N/A),2009,pp 520-527
2004Appendix: Clinical tests and measuresLatimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Refshauge, Kathryn; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; PhysiotherapyAppendix: Clinical tests and measures in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy: Clinical Science and Evidence-Based Practice, Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann, 2004, pp. 225-234
2014Are older adults missing from low back pain clinical trials? A systematic review and meta-analysisFerreira, Manuela; Lin, Chung-Wei Christine; Maher, Christopher; Paeck, Tatjana; Sun, Clive; Tiedemann, Anne; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthAre older adults missing from low back pain clinical trials? A systematic review and meta-analysis, Arthritis Care and Research, vol.66, 8, 2014,pp 1220-1226
2014Assessing sleep disturbance in low back pain: the validity of portable instrumentsBartlett, Delwyn; Dungan, George; Grunstein, Ron (Ronald); Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; McKeough, Zoe; Alsaadi, Saad; Hush, Julia; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesAssessing sleep disturbance in low back pain: the validity of portable instruments, PloS One, vol.9, 4, 2014,pp 1-7
2007Assessment of diclofenac or spinal manipulation therapy, or both, in addition to recommended first-line treatment for acute low back pain: a randomised controlled trialCooper, Christopher; Day, Richard; Hancock, Mark; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; McLachlan, Andrew; Spindler, Megan; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; Pharmacy; PhysiotherapyAssessment of diclofenac or spinal manipulation therapy, or both, in addition to recommended first-line treatment for acute low back pain: a randomised controlled trial, The Lancet, vol.370,(9599),2007,pp 1638-1643
2012Assessment of the therapeutic alliance in physical rehabilitation: A RASCH analysisClemson, Lindy; Ferreira, Manuela; Ferreira, Paulo; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Hall, Amanda Marie; Ageing Work and Health Unit; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthAssessment of the therapeutic alliance in physical rehabilitation: A RASCH analysis, Disability and Rehabilitation, vol.34, 3, 2012,pp 257-266
2015The association between symptom severity and physical activity participation in people seeking care for acute low back painFerreira, Manuela; Ferreira, Paulo; Gomes, Juliana; Kamper, Steven; Kingma, M; Maher, Christopher; Marques, A.P.; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthThe association between symptom severity and physical activity participation in people seeking care for acute low back pain, European Spine Journal, vol.24, 3, 2015,pp 452-457
2018Associations of occupational standing with musculoskeletal symptoms: a systematic review with meta-analysisMaher, Christopher; Blackwood, Diana M; Coenen, Pieter; Dunstan, David W; Healy, Genevieve N; Parry, S; Romero, Lorena; Shi, Joyce W; Straker, Leon; Willenberg, Lisa; School of Public Health: Public HealthAssociations of occupational standing with musculoskeletal symptoms: a systematic review with meta-analysis, British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.52, 3, 2018,pp 174-181
2018Associations of occupational standing with musculoskeletal symptoms: a systematic review with meta-analysisMaher, Christopher; Blackwood, Diana M; Coenen, Pieter; Dunstan, David W; Healy, Genevieve N; Parry, S; Romero, Lorena; Shi, Joyce W; Straker, Leon; Willenberg, Lisa; School of Public Health: Public HealthAssociations of occupational standing with musculoskeletal symptoms: a systematic review with meta-analysis, British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.52, 3, 2018,pp 174-181