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2005Cardiovascular responses to short-term head-down positioning in healthy young and older adultsChow, Chin-Moi; Heard, Robert; Naylor, Justine; Avolio, Albert P.; McLean, Anthony S; Exercise & Sport Science; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; PhysiotherapyCardiovascular responses to short-term head-down positioning in healthy young and older adults, Physiotherapy Research International, vol.10,(1),2005,pp 32-47
2007Clinical networks - bridging the research-quality chasmCrosbie, William (Jack); Harmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Fester, Natalie; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyClinical networks - bridging the research-quality chasm, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.53,(N/A),2007,pp 284-N/A
2010Endorsing single-unit transfusion combined with a restrictive haemoglobin transfusion threshold following knee arthroplastyFransen, Marlene; Naylor, Justine; Adie, Sam; Dietsch, Susan; Harris, Ian; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesEndorsing single-unit transfusion combined with a restrictive haemoglobin transfusion threshold following knee arthroplasty, Quality and Safety in Health Care, vol.19, N/A,pp 239-243
2016Examining the minimal important difference of patient-reported outcome measures for individuals with knee osteoarthritis: A model using the knee injury and osteoarthritis outcome scoreEyles, Jillian; Hunter, David; Mills, Kathryn; Naylor, Justine; Roos, Ewa M.; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteExamining the minimal important difference of patient-reported outcome measures for individuals with knee osteoarthritis: A model using the knee injury and osteoarthritis outcome score, Journal of Rheumatology, vol.43, 2, 2016,pp 395-404
2010Health Service Accreditation as a Predictor of Clinical and Organisational Performance: A Blinded, Random, Stratified StudyWestbrook, Johanna; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Clark, John; Corbett, Angus; Gibberd, Robert W.; Greenfield, David; Hennessy, Darlene; Jackson, Margaret; Johnson, Betty; Johnston, Brian; Lancaster, Judie; Low, Lena; McDonald, Heather; Nathan, Sally; Naylor, Justine; Pawsey, Marjorie; Redman, Sally; Robinson, Maureen; Runciman, Bill; Travaglia, Joanne; Westbrook, Mary T.; Yen, Desmond; Health Informatics Research and Evaluation UnitHealth Service Accreditation as a Predictor of Clinical and Organisational Performance: A Blinded, Random, Stratified Study, Quality and Safety in Health Care, vol.19, N/A,pp 14-21
2012Introductory insights into patient preferences for outpatient rehabilitation after knee replacement: implications for practice and future researchCarroll, Katherine; Harris, Ian; Mittal, Rajat; Naylor, Justine; SociologyIntroductory insights into patient preferences for outpatient rehabilitation after knee replacement: implications for practice and future research, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, vol.18, 3, 2012,pp 586-592
2007Land versus water-based exercise following TKRCrosbie, William (Jack); Harmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Russell, T; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyLand versus water-based exercise following TKR, N/A, vol.N/A,(),2007,pp 1-9
2009Land-based versus water-based rehabilitation following total knee replacement: A randomized, single-blind trial.Crosbie, William (Jack); Harmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Tyson, Russell; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; MedicineLand-based versus water-based rehabilitation following total knee replacement: A randomized, single-blind trial., Arthritis & Rheumatism (Arthritis Care & Research), vol.61,(2),2009,pp 184-191
2009Maximum recovery after knee replacement - the MARKER study rationale and protocolCrosbie, William (Jack); Fransen, Marlene; Harmer, Alison; Jan, Stephen; Lin, Chung-Wei; March, Lyn; Bennell, Kim; Crawford, Ross; Graves, Stephen; Harris, Ian; Moffet, Helene; Naylor, Justine; Parker, D; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; Northern Clinical School: MedicineMaximum recovery after knee replacement - the MARKER study rationale and protocol, B M C Musculoskeletal Disorders, vol.10,(69),2009,pp 69-1-69-8
2006A modified postural drainage position produces less cardiovascular stress than a head-down position in patients with severe heart disease: A quasi-experimental studyChow, Chin-Moi; Heard, Robert; McLean, Anthony; Naylor, Justine; Ting, Iris; Avolio, Albert P.; Exercise Health and Performance; Health Systems and Global Populations; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineA modified postural drainage position produces less cardiovascular stress than a head-down position in patients with severe heart disease: A quasi-experimental study, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.52, 3, 2006,pp 201-209
2005Physiotherapist attitudes and practices regarding head-down and modified postural drainage in the presence of heart diseaseChow, Chin-Moi; Heard, Robert; Naylor, Justine; Exercise & Sport Science; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; PhysiotherapyPhysiotherapist attitudes and practices regarding head-down and modified postural drainage in the presence of heart disease, Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, vol.21,(2),2005,pp 121-135
2007Physiotherapy rehabilitation following primary total knee arthroplastyHarmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Walker, Richard; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyPhysiotherapy rehabilitation following primary total knee arthroplasty in Recent Advances in Physiotherapy, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8SQ, United Kingdom, 2007, pp. 225-250
2009Predictors of functional ambulation and patient perception following total knee replacement and short-term rehabilitationCrosbie, William (Jack); Harmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Russell, Tyson; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; PhysiotherapyPredictors of functional ambulation and patient perception following total knee replacement and short-term rehabilitation, Disability and Rehabilitation, vol.Online, N/A, 2009,pp 1-11
2008Severe other joint disease and obesity independently influence recovery after joint replacement surgery: an observational studyHarmer, Alison; Heard, Robert; Naylor, Justine; Physiotherapy; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; PhysiotherapySevere other joint disease and obesity independently influence recovery after joint replacement surgery: an observational study, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.54,(1),2008,pp 57-64
2010Six Minute Walk Distance or Stair Negotiation? Choice of Activity Assessment Following Total Knee ReplacementCrosbie, William (Jack); Harmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; PhysiotherapySix Minute Walk Distance or Stair Negotiation? Choice of Activity Assessment Following Total Knee Replacement, Physiotherapy Research International, vol.15, 1,pp 35-41
2008Sprint training increases muscle oxidative metabolism during high-intensity exercise in patients with Type 1 Diabetes.Harmer, Alison; Hunter, Sandra; Maxwell, Lyndal; Naylor, Justine; Ruell, Patricia; Chisholm, Donald J; Flack, Jeff R; McKenna, MJ; Physiotherapy; Exercise & Sport Science; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; Exercise & Sport ScienceSprint training increases muscle oxidative metabolism during high-intensity exercise in patients with Type 1 Diabetes., Diabetes Care, vol.31,(11),2008,pp 2097-2102
2006Status of physiotherapy rehabilitation after total knee replacement in AustraliaCrosbie, William (Jack); Harmer, Alison; Naylor, Justine; Fransen, Marlene; Innes, Lesley; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyStatus of physiotherapy rehabilitation after total knee replacement in Australia, Physiotherapy Research International, vol.11,(1),2006,pp 35-47