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2005Association between abnormal kinematics and degenerative change in knees of people with chronic anterior cruciate ligament deficiency: A magnetic resonance imaging studyRefshauge, Kathryn; Scarvell, Jennifer; Galloway, Howard R; Smith, Paul N; Woods, Kevin R; Physiotherapy; Canberra Clinical SchoolAssociation between abnormal kinematics and degenerative change in knees of people with chronic anterior cruciate ligament deficiency: A magnetic resonance imaging study, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.51,(4),2005,pp 233-240
2011The association of compensation on longer term health status for people with musculoskeletal injuries following road traffic crashes: emergency department inception cohort studyCameron, Ian; Hughes, D; Littleton, S; Neeman, T; Poustie, S; Robinson, B; Smith, Paul N; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies UnitThe association of compensation on longer term health status for people with musculoskeletal injuries following road traffic crashes: emergency department inception cohort study, Injury: international journal of the care of the injured, vol.42, 9, 2011,pp 927-933
2005Comparison of kinematics in the healthy and ACL injured knee using MRIRefshauge, Kathryn; Scarvell, Jennifer; Galloway, Howard R; Smith, Paul N; Woods, Kevin R; Physiotherapy; Canberra Clinical SchoolComparison of kinematics in the healthy and ACL injured knee using MRI, Journal of Biomechanics, vol.38,(2),2005,pp 255-262
2003Development of the concepts of knee kinematicsRefshauge, Kathryn; Scarvell, Jennifer; Smith, Paul N; Physiotherapy; Canberra Clinical SchoolDevelopment of the concepts of knee kinematics, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.84,(12),2003,pp 1895-1902
2014An early intervention programme had no detectable influence on the health status of people with musculoskeletal injuries following road traffic crashes: Comparative studyCameron, Ian; Hughes, Dana C; Littleton, S; Neeman, T; Poustie, S; Robinson, B J; Smith, Paul N; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies UnitAn early intervention programme had no detectable influence on the health status of people with musculoskeletal injuries following road traffic crashes: Comparative study, Injury, vol.45, 1, 2014,pp 304-311
2014The health status of people claiming compensation for musculoskeletal injuries following road traffic crashes is not altered by an early intervention programme: A comparative studyCameron, Ian; Gopinath, Bamini; Hughes, Dana C; Littleton, S; Poustie, S; Robinson, B J; Smith, Paul N; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies Unit; Western Clinical School: Clinical Ophthal & Eye HealthThe health status of people claiming compensation for musculoskeletal injuries following road traffic crashes is not altered by an early intervention programme: A comparative study, Injury, vol.45, 9, 2014,pp 1493-1499
2012The influence of fault on health in the immediate post-crash period following road traffic crashesCameron, Ian; Hughes, D; Littleton, S; Neeman, T; Poustie, S; Robinson, B; Smith, Paul N; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies UnitThe influence of fault on health in the immediate post-crash period following road traffic crashes, Injury: international journal of the care of the injured, vol.43, 9, 2012,pp 1586-1592