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2014Gait as a Biomarker? Accelerometers Reveal that Reduced Movement Quality while Walking is Associated with Parkinson's Disease, Ageing and Fall RiskCanning, Colleen; Latt, Mark Dominic; Brodie, Matthew; Delbaere, Kim; Lord, Stephen; Lovell, Nigel H; Menant, Jasmine C.; Menz, Hylton; Redmond, Stephen; Smith, Stuart; Sturnieks, Daina; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Central Clinical School: MedicineGait as a Biomarker? Accelerometers Reveal that Reduced Movement Quality while Walking is Associated with Parkinson's Disease, Ageing and Fall Risk, Conference Proceedings of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, vol.N/A, 2014, pp. 5968-5971
2015Head and pelvis stride-to-stride oscillations in gait: Validation and interpretation of measurements from wearable accelerometersCanning, Colleen; Beijer, Tim; Brodie, Matthew; Lord, Stephen; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesHead and pelvis stride-to-stride oscillations in gait: Validation and interpretation of measurements from wearable accelerometers, Physiological Measurement, vol.36, 5, 2015,pp 857-872
2015Symmetry Matched Auditory Cues Improve Gait Steadiness in Most People with Parkinson's Disease but not in Healthy Older PeopleCanning, Colleen; Beijer, Tim; Brodie, Matthew; Dean, Roger; Lord, Stephen; Menant, Jasmine C.; Smith, Stuart; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesSymmetry Matched Auditory Cues Improve Gait Steadiness in Most People with Parkinson's Disease but not in Healthy Older People, Journal of Parkinson's Disease, vol.5, 1, 2015,pp 105-116
2015Uncontrolled head oscillations in people with Parkinson's disease may reflect an inability to respond to perturbations while walkingCanning, Colleen; Beijer, Tim; Brodie, Matthew; Lord, Stephen; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesUncontrolled head oscillations in people with Parkinson's disease may reflect an inability to respond to perturbations while walking, Physiological Measurement, vol.36, 5, 2015,pp 873-881