• Establishing a person-centred framework of self-identity after traumatic brain injury: a grounded theory study to inform measure development

      Levack, WM; Boland, P; Taylor, WJ; Siegert, RJ; Kayes, NM; Fadyl, JK; McPherson, KM (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd., 2014)
      Objective To develop a theoretically sound, client-derived framework to underpin development of a measure reflecting the impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI) on a person's self-identity. Design Grounded theory, based ...
    • Important Features of Retail Shoes for Women With Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Delphi Consensus Survey

      Tehan, PE; Taylor, WJ; Carroll, M; Dalbeth, N; Rome, K
      Objectives Footwear management aims to preserve foot function, reduce the burden of foot pain and maintain joint mobility in women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Whilst retail footwear is commonly recommended by health ...
    • Measuring neurobehavioral functioning in people with traumatic brain injury: Rasch analysis of Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory

      Czuba, KJ; Kersten, P; Kayes, NM; Smith, G; Barker-Collo, SL; Taylor, WJ; McPherson, KM (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2015)
      Objective: To examine internal construct validity of the Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory (NFI) by applying Rasch analysis. Setting: An outpatient rehabilitation program trial in New Zealand employing a goal-settin ...
    • Years Lived With Disability (YLD) for 1160 Sequelae of 289 Diseases and Injuries 1990-2010: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010

      Vos, T; Flaxman, AD; Naghavi, M; Lozano, R; Michaud, C; Ezzati, M; Shibuya, K; Salomon, JA; Abdalla, S; Aboyans, V; Abraham, J; Ackerman, I; Aggarwal, R; Ahn, SY; Ali, MK; Alvarado, M; Anderson, HR; Anderson, LM; Andrews, KG; Atkinson, C; Baddour, LM; Bahalim, AN; Barker-Collo, S; Barrero, LH; Bartels, DH; Basáñez, MG; Baxter, A; Bell, ML; Benjamin, EJ; Bennett, D; Bernabé, E; Bhalla, K; Bhandari, B; Bikbov, B; Bin Abdulhak, A; Birbeck, G; Black, JA; Blencowe, H; Blore, JD; Blyth, F; Bolliger, I; Bonaventure, A; Boufous, S; Bourne, R; Boussinesq, M; Braithwaite, T; Brayne, C; Bridgett, L; Brooker, S; Brooks, P; Brugha, TS; Bryan-Hancock, C; Bucello, C; Buchbinder, R; Buckle, G; Budke, CM; Burch, M; Burney, P; Burstein, R; Calabria, B; Campbell, B; Canter, CE; Carabin, H; Carapetis, J; Carmona, L; Cella, C; Charlson, F; Chen, H; Cheng, AT; Chou, D; Chugh, SS; Coffeng, LE; Colan, SD; Colquhoun, S; Colson, KE; Condon, J; Connor, MD; Cooper, LT; Corriere, M; Cortinovis, M; de Vaccaro, KC; Couser, W; Cowie, BC; Criqui, MH; Cross, M; Dabhadkar, KC; Dahiya, M; Dahodwala, N; Damsere-Derry, J; Danaei, G; Davis, A; De Leo, D; Degenhardt, L; Dellavalle, R; Delossantos, A; Denenberg, J; Derrett, S; Des Jarlais, DC; Dharmaratne, SD; Dherani, M; Diaz-Torne, C; Dolk, H; Dorsey, ER; Driscoll, T; Duber, H; Ebel, B; Edmond, K; Elbaz, A; Ali, SE; Erskine, H; Erwin, PJ; Espindola, P; Ewoigbokhan, SE; Farzadfar, F; Feigin, V; Felson, DT; Ferrari, A; Ferri, CP; Fèvre, EM; Finucane, MM; Flaxman, S; Flood, L; Foreman, K; Forouzanfar, MH; Fowkes, FG; Franklin, R; Fransen, M; Freeman, MK; Gabbe, BJ; Gabriel, SE; Gakidou, E; Ganatra, HA; Garcia, B; Gaspari, F; Gillum, RF; Gmel, G; Gosselin, R; Grainger, R; Groeger, J; Guillemin, F; Gunnell, D; Gupta, R; Haagsma, J; Hagan, H; Halasa, YA; Hall, W; Haring, D; Haro, JM; Harrison, JE; Havmoeller, R; Hay, RJ; Higashi, H; Hill, C; Hoen, B; Hoffman, H; Hotez, PJ; Hoy, D; Huang, JJ; Ibeanusi, SE; Jacobsen, KH; James, SL; Jarvis, D; Jasrasaria, R; Jayaraman, S; Johns, N; Jonas, JB; Karthikeyan, G; Kassebaum, N; Kawakami, N; Keren, A; Khoo, JP; King, CH; Knowlton, LM; Kobusingye, O; Koranteng, A; Krishnamurthi, R; Lalloo, R; Laslett, LL; Lathlean, T; Leasher, JL; Lee, YY; Leigh, J; Lim, SS; Limb, E; Lin, JK; Lipnick, M; Lipshultz, SE; Liu, W; Loane, M; Ohno, SL; Lyons, R; Ma, J; Mabweijano, J; MacIntyre, MF; Malekzadeh, R; Mallinger, L; Manivannan, S; Marcenes, W; March, L; Margolis, DJ; Marks, GB; Marks, R; Matsumori, A; Matzopoulos, R; Mayosi, BM; McAnulty, JH; McDermott, MM; McGill, N; McGrath, J; Medina-Mora, ME; Meltzer, M; Mensah, GA; Merriman, TR; Meyer, AC; Miglioli, V; Miller, M; Miller, TR; Mitchell, PB; Mocumbi, AO; Moffitt, TE; Mokdad, AA; Monasta, L; Montico, M; Moradi-Lakeh, M; Moran, A; Morawska, L; Mori, R; Murdoch, ME; Mwaniki, MK; Naidoo, K; Nair, MN; Naldi, L; Narayan, KM; Nelson, PK; Nelson, RG; Nevitt, MC; Newton, CR; Nolte, S; Norman, P; Norman, R; O'Donnell, M; O'Hanlon, S; Olives, C; Omer, SB; Ortblad, K; Osborne, R; Ozgediz, D; Page, A; Pahari, B; Pandian, JD; Rivero, AP; Patten, SB; Pearce, N; Padilla, RP; Perez-Ruiz, F; Perico, N; Pesudovs, K; Phillips, D; Phillips, MR; Pierce, K; Pion, S; Polanczyk, GV; Polinder, S; Pope, CA; Popova, S; Porrini, E; Pourmalek, F; Prince, M; Pullan, RL; Ramaiah, KD; Ranganathan, D; Razavi, H; Regan, M; Rehm, JT; Rein, DB; Remuzzi, G; Richardson, K; Rivara, FP; Roberts, T; Robinson, C; De Leòn, FR; Ronfani, L; Room, R; Rosenfeld, LC; Rushton, L; Sacco, RL; Saha, S; Sampson, U; Sanchez-Riera, L; Sanman, E; Schwebel, DC; Scott, JG; Segui-Gomez, M; Shahraz, S; Shepard, DS; Shin, H; Shivakoti, R; Singh, D; Singh, GM; Singh, JA; Singleton, J; Sleet, DA; Sliwa, K; Smith, E; Smith, JL; Stapelberg, NJ; Steer, A; Steiner, T; Stolk, WA; Stovner, LJ; Sudfeld, C; Syed, S; Tamburlini, G; Tavakkoli, M; Taylor, HR; Taylor, JA; Taylor, WJ; Thomas, B; Thomson, WM; Thurston, GD; Tleyjeh, IM; Tonelli, M; Towbin, JA; Truelsen, T; Tsilimbaris, MK; Ubeda, C; Undurraga, EA; van der Werf, MJ; van Os, J; Vavilala, MS; Venketasubramanian, N; Wang, M; Wang, W; Watt, K; Weatherall, DJ; Weinstock, MA; Weintraub, R; Weisskopf, MG; Weissman, MM; White, RA; Whiteford, H; Wiersma, ST; Wilkinson, JD; Williams, HC; Williams, SR; Witt, E; Wolfe, F; Woolf, AD; Wulf, S; Yeh, PH; Zaidi, AK; Zheng, ZJ; Zonies, D; Lopez, AD; Murray, CJ (Elsevier, 2013)
      Non-fatal health outcomes from diseases and injuries are a crucial consideration in the promotion and monitoring of individual and population health. The Global Burden of Disease (GBD) studies done in 1990 and 2000 have ...