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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)
2012The 6-PACK programme to decrease falls and fall-related injuries in acute hospitals: protocol for an economic evaluation alongside a cluster randomised controlled trialSherrington, Catherine; Barker, Anna; Brand, Caroline; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Jolley, Damien; Morello, Renata; Stoelwinder, Just; Watts, Jennifer; Zavarsek, Silva; The George Institute for Global HealthThe 6-PACK programme to decrease falls and fall-related injuries in acute hospitals: protocol for an economic evaluation alongside a cluster randomised controlled trial, Injury Prevention, vol.18, 2, 2012,pp 1-6
2015Associations of calf inter- and intra-muscular adipose tissue with cardiometabolic health and physical function in community-dwelling older adultsTrbojevic, T; Clark, R; Ebeling, Peter R; Haines, Terry; Levinger, P; Sanders, K; Scott, D; Skinner, E; Ageing Work and Health UnitAssociations of calf inter- and intra-muscular adipose tissue with cardiometabolic health and physical function in community-dwelling older adults, Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions, vol.15, 4, 2015,pp 350-357
2014'Better for others than for me': A belief that should shape our efforts to promote participation in falls prevention strategiesClemson, Lindy; Day, Lesley Margaret; Finch, Caroline; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Ageing Work and Health Unit'Better for others than for me': A belief that should shape our efforts to promote participation in falls prevention strategies, Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, vol.59, 1, 2014,pp 136-144
2015The extra resource burden of in-hospital falls: A cost of falls studySherrington, Catherine; Barker, Anna; Bohensky, Megan A; Brand, Caroline; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Morello, Renata; Stoelwinder, Johannes; Watts, Jennifer; Wolfe, Rory; Zavarsek, Silva; The George Institute for Global HealthThe extra resource burden of in-hospital falls: A cost of falls study, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.203, 9, 2015,pp 367.e1-367.e8
2015Factors impacting the household and recreation participation of older adults living in the communityClemson, Lindy; Barker, Anna; Brown, Ted; Day, Lesley Margaret; Haines, Terry; Pritchard, Elizabeth; Ageing Work and Health UnitFactors impacting the household and recreation participation of older adults living in the community, Disability and Rehabilitation, vol.37, 1, 2015,pp 56-63
2013How big does the effect of an intervention have to be? Application of two novel methods to determine the smallest worthwhile effect of a fall prevention programme: a study protocolFerreira, Manuela; Ferreira, Paulo; Howard, Kirsten; Rose, John; Sherrington, Catherine; Franco, Marcia; Haines, Terry; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; School of Public Health: Public Health; Transport & Logistics; The George Institute for Global HealthHow big does the effect of an intervention have to be? Application of two novel methods to determine the smallest worthwhile effect of a fall prevention programme: a study protocol, BMJ Open, vol.3, 2, 2013,pp 1-5
2015Identifying clusters of falls-related hospital admissions to inform population targets for prioritising falls prevention programmesClemson, Lindy; Day, Lesley Margaret; Finch, C F; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Shee, Anna; Stephan, Karen; Ageing Work and Health UnitIdentifying clusters of falls-related hospital admissions to inform population targets for prioritising falls prevention programmes, Injury Prevention, vol.21, 4, 2015,pp 254-259
2015Investigation of Older Adults' Participation in Exercises Following Completion of a State-wide Survey Targeting Evidence-based Falls Prevention StrategiesClemson, Lindy; Day, Lesley Margaret; Finch, Caroline F.; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith D.; Lee, Den-Ching; McDermott, Fiona; Ageing Work and Health UnitInvestigation of Older Adults' Participation in Exercises Following Completion of a State-wide Survey Targeting Evidence-based Falls Prevention Strategies, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, vol.23, 2, 2015,pp 256-263
2016Older Adult Perceptions of Participation in Group- and Home-Based Falls Prevention ExerciseClemson, Lindy; Day, Lesley; Finch, Caroline; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Robins, Lauren M; Ageing Work and Health UnitOlder Adult Perceptions of Participation in Group- and Home-Based Falls Prevention Exercise, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, vol.24, 3, 2016,pp 350-362
2011A protocol for evidence-based targeting and evaluation of statewide strategies for preventing falls among community-dwelling older people in Victoria, AustraliaClemson, Lindy; Day, Lesley Margaret; Finch, Caroline; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Thomas, Margaret; Thompson, Catherine; Ageing Work and Health UnitA protocol for evidence-based targeting and evaluation of statewide strategies for preventing falls among community-dwelling older people in Victoria, Australia, Injury Prevention: an international peer-reviewed journal for health professionals and others in injury prevention, vol.17, 2, 2011,pp e3-1-8
2015RESPOND-a patient-centred programme to prevent secondary falls in older people presenting to the emergency department with a fall: protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trialRedfern, Julie; Arendts, Glenn; Barker, Anna; Brand, Caroline; Cameron, Peter; Etherton-Beer, Christopher; Flicker, Leon; Forbes, Andrew; Haines, Terry; Hill, Anne Marie; Hill, Keith; Hunter, Peter; Lowthian, J A; Nyman, S R; Smit, de Villiers; Waldron, N; The George Institute for Global HealthRESPOND-a patient-centred programme to prevent secondary falls in older people presenting to the emergency department with a fall: protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial, Injury Prevention, vol.21, 1, 2015,pp 1-7
2017RESPOND: a programme to prevent secondary falls in older people presenting to the emergency department with a fall: protocol for an economic evaluationRedfern, Julie; Arendts, Glenn; Barker, Anna; Brand, Caroline; Etherton-Beer, Christopher; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; Liew, Danny; Lowthian, J A; Morello, Renata Teresa; Morris, Rebecca L.; Watts, J; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)RESPOND: a programme to prevent secondary falls in older people presenting to the emergency department with a fall: protocol for an economic evaluation, Injury Prevention, vol.23, 2, 2017,pp 124-130
2015What factors influence older adults to discuss falls with their health-care providers?Clemson, Lindy; Day, Lesley Margaret; Den-Ching, A; Haines, Terry; Hill, Keith; McDermott, Fiona; Ageing Work and Health UnitWhat factors influence older adults to discuss falls with their health-care providers?, Health Expectations, vol.18, 5, 2015,pp 1593-1609