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20166-PACK programme to decrease fall injuries in acute hospitals: cluster randomised controlled trialCumming, Robert; Lindley, Richard; Sherrington, Catherine; Barker, Anna; Botti, Mari; Brand, Caroline; Brauer, Sandra; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Kamar, Jeannette; Livingston, Patricia; Morello, Renata; Wolfe, Rory; Zavarsek, Silva; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); The George Institute for Global Health6-PACK programme to decrease fall injuries in acute hospitals: cluster randomised controlled trial, BMJ (online), vol.352, N/A, 2016,pp 1-9
2011The 6-PACK programme to decrease fall-related injuries in acute hospitals: protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trialCumming, Robert; Sherrington, Catherine; Barker, Anna; Botti, Mari; BRAND, Caroline; Brauer, Sandra; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Jolley, Damien; Kamar, Jeannette; Livingston, Patricia; Morello, Renata; Zavarsek, Silva; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; The George Institute for International HealthThe 6-PACK programme to decrease fall-related injuries in acute hospitals: protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial, Injury Prevention: an international peer-reviewed journal for health professionals and others in injury prevention, vol.17, 4, 2011,pp Article e5-(6pp)
2011Higher-intensity treadmill walking during rehabilitation after stroke is feasible and not detrimental to walking pattern or quality: a pilot randomized trialAda, Louise; Brauer, Sandra; Kuys, Suzanne; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesHigher-intensity treadmill walking during rehabilitation after stroke is feasible and not detrimental to walking pattern or quality: a pilot randomized trial, Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.25, N/A, 2011,pp 316-326
2008Immediate effect of treadmill walking practice versus overground walking practice on overground walking pattern in ambulatory stroke patients: an experimental studyAda, Louise; Brauer, Sandra; Kuys, Suzanne; Russell, Trevor; PhysiotherapyImmediate effect of treadmill walking practice versus overground walking practice on overground walking pattern in ambulatory stroke patients: an experimental study, Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.22,(10-11),2008,pp 931-939
2008Increasing intensity during treadmill walking does not adversely affect walking pattern or quality in newly-ambulating stroke patients: an experimental studyAda, Louise; Brauer, Sandra; Kuys, Suzanne; Russell, Trevor; PhysiotherapyIncreasing intensity during treadmill walking does not adversely affect walking pattern or quality in newly-ambulating stroke patients: an experimental study, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.54,(1),2008,pp 49-54
2006Routine physiotherapy does not induce a cardiorespiratory training effect post-stroke, regardless of walking abilityAda, Louise; Brauer, Sandra; Kuys, Suzanne; PhysiotherapyRoutine physiotherapy does not induce a cardiorespiratory training effect post-stroke, regardless of walking ability, Physiotherapy Research International, vol.11,(4),2006,pp 219-227
2012Stroke management: updated recommendations for treatment along the care continuumAda, Louise; Lindley, Richard; Bajorek, Beata; Barber, P. Alan; Beer, Christopher; Bernhardt, Julie; Brauer, Sandra; Golledge, Jonathan; Gustafsson, Louise; Hersh, Deborah; Hill, K.M.; Kenardy, Justin; Middleton, Sandy; Nelson, Mark; Perry, Lin; Wright, L; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Stroke management: updated recommendations for treatment along the care continuum, Internal Medicine Journal, vol.42, 5, 2012,pp 562-569
2011Test-retest reliability of the GAITRite system in people with stroke undergoing rehabilitationAda, Louise; Brauer, Sandra; Kuys, Suzanne; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesTest-retest reliability of the GAITRite system in people with stroke undergoing rehabilitation, Disability and Rehabilitation, vol.33, 19-20, 2011,pp 1848-1853