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2014Australians with osteoarthritis; the use of and beliefs about complementary and alternative medicinesMarch, Lyn; Basedow, Martin; Esterman, A; Runciman, Bill; Northern Clinical School: MedicineAustralians with osteoarthritis; the use of and beliefs about complementary and alternative medicines, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, vol.20, 4, 2014,pp 237-242
2015CareTrack Kids - Part 2. Assessing the appropriateness of the healthcare delivered to Australian children: Study protocol for a retrospective medical record reviewCowell, Christopher; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Goldstein, Stan; Hallahan, Andrew R.; Harris, Mark; Hibbert, Peter D; Hooper, Tamara D; Hughes, Clifford; Jaffe, Adam; Lau, Annie; Mealing, Nicole; Murphy, Elisabeth; Runciman, Bill; Wakefield, John; Wheaton, Gavin; White, Les; Wiles, Louise; Williams, Helena; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthCareTrack Kids - Part 2. Assessing the appropriateness of the healthcare delivered to Australian children: Study protocol for a retrospective medical record review, BMJ Open, vol.5, 4, 2015,pp 1-9
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
2017What is the impact of an electronic test result acknowledgement system on Emergency Department physicians' work processes? A mixed-method pre-post observational studyPaoloni, Richard; Callen, Joanne; Georgiou, Andrew; Li, Julie; McCaughey, Euan J.; Runciman, Bill; Tariq, A; Walter, Scott R.; Westbrook, Johanna; Concord Clinical School: MedicineWhat is the impact of an electronic test result acknowledgement system on Emergency Department physicians' work processes? A mixed-method pre-post observational study, International Journal of Medical Informatics, vol.99, N/A, 2017,pp 29-36