• The visual analogue WOMAC 3.0 scale--internal validity and responsiveness of the VAS version

      Kersten, P; White, PJ; Tennant, A (BioMed Central, 30 A)
      Background Many people suffer with Osteoarthritis (OA) and subsequent morbidity. Therefore, measuring outcome associated with OA is important. The Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC) has ...
    • The subjective index for physical and social outcome (SIPSO) in stroke: investigation of its subscale structure

      Kersten, P; Ashburn, A; George, S; Low, J (BioMed Central, 26 A)
      Short and valid measures of the impact of a stroke on integration are required in health and social settings. The Subjective Index of Physical and Social Outcome (SIPSO) is one such measure. However, there are questions ...
    • Midwifery Job Autonomy in New Zealand: I do it all the time

      Clemons, J; Gilkison, A; Mharapara, T; Dixon, L; McAra-Couper, J (Elsevier, 2020)
      Introduction This research aimed to identify what supports and what hinders job autonomy for midwives in New Zealand. Methods Registered midwives participated in an open-ended, online survey in 2019. Anonymised participants ...
    • Exploring Physiotherapists’ Use of Clinical Practice Guidelines, Screening, and Stratification Tools for People With Low Back Pain in New Zealand

      Hill, J; Bedford, J; Houston, D; A. Reid, D; Baxter, GD; Ellis, R (Physiotherapy New Zealand, 2020)
      Low back pain (LBP) is a leading cause of disability in New Zealand and is associated with significant treatment and societal costs. Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) for LBP increasingly recommend the use of screening ...
    • Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior Toward Concussion in Adult Cyclists

      O’Reilly, M; Mahon, S; Reid, D; Hume, P; Hardacker, N; Theadom, A (Taylor & Francis, 2020)
      Objective To determine knowledge, attitudes, and behavior toward concussion in cyclists and to identify predictors of concussion knowledge. Methods Cycling organizations sent members a web link to online information ...
    • Preoperative Physiotherapy Is Cost-effective for Preventing Pulmonary Complications After Major Abdominal Surgery: A Health Economic Analysis of a Multicentre Randomised Trial

      Boden, I; Robertson, IK; Neil, A; Reeve, J; Palmer, AJ; Skinner, EH; Browning, L; Anderson, L; Hill, C; Story, D; Denehy, L (Elsevier BV, 2020)
      Question: Is preoperative physiotherapy cost-effective in reducing postoperative pulmonary complications (PPC) and improving quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) after major abdominal surgery? Design: Costeffectiveness ...
    • Availability, Accessibility, Acceptability and Quality (AAAQ) of Interpreting Services to Refugee Women in New Zealand

      Shrestha-Ranjit, J; Payne, D; Koziol-McLain, J; Crezee, I; Manias, E (SAGE Publications, 2020)
      A significant number of people have been displaced from their country of origin and become refugees. Good health is essential for refugees to actively engage and take up opportunities within the society in their host ...
    • What's Real Is Immaterial: What Are We Doing With New Materialism?

      Nicholls, D (University of Ottawa, 2020)
      New materialism is emerging as one of the most significant developments in healthcare research in recent years, offering radical new ways to rethink our critical relationship with forms, matter, objects and things. As with ...
    • What Does Real-world Walking Mean to People With Stroke? An Interpretive Descriptive Study

      Stretton, CM; Mudge, S; Kayes, NM; McPherson, KM (Taylor & Francis, 2020)
      Purpose: Understanding personal experiences of real-world walking for stroke survivors could assist clinicians to tailor interventions to their clients' specific needs. We explored the research questions: "What does ...
    • Living in Bubbles During the Coronavirus Pandemic: Insights From New Zealand

      Long, NJ; Aikman, PJ; Appleton, NS; Davies, SG; Deckert, A; Holroyd, E; Jivraj, N; Laws, M; Simpson, N; Sterling, R; Trnka, S; Tunafa’i, L (London School of Economics (LSE), 2020)
      This report presents initial research findings on the ‘social bubbles’ policy that the New Zealand government adopted as part of its strategy for curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The concept of ‘the ...
    • Does a Manual Therapy Approach Improve the Symptoms of Functional Constipation? A Systematic Review of the Literature

      Erdrich, LM; Reid, D; Mason, J (Elsevier BV, 2020)
      Background Functional constipation is highly prevalent and places a significant burden on healthcare systems around the world. Manual therapy is a commonly used intervention, however to date there has not been a systematic ...
    • Intra- and Inter-rater Reliability of Manual Feature Extraction Methods in Movement Related Cortical Potential Analysis

      Alder, G; Signal, N; Rashid, U; Olsen, S; Niazi, IK; Taylor, D (MDPI, 2020)
      Event related potentials (ERPs) provide insight into the neural activity generated in response to motor, sensory and cognitive processes. Despite the increasing use of ERP data in clinical research little is known about ...
    • Evaluating the Effects of an Exercise Program (Staying UpRight) for Older Adults in Long-term Care on Rates of Falls: Study Protocol for a Randomised Controlled Trial

      Taylor, L; Parsons, J; Taylor, D; Binns, E; Lord, S; Edlin, R; Rochester, L; Del Din, S; Klenk, J; Buckley, C; Cavadino, A; Moyes, SA; Kerse, N (BioMed Central, 2020)
      Background: Falls are two to four times more frequent amongst older adults living in long-term care (LTC) than community-dwelling older adults and have deleterious consequences. It is hypothesised that a progressive exercise ...
    • Accessing Rural Health Services: Results From a Qualitative Narrative Gerontological Study

      Neville, S; Napier, S; Adams, J; Shannon, K (Australian Council on the Ageing, 2020)
      OBJECTIVE: Explore how older adults' talk about accessing rural community health services. METHODS: A qualitative narrative gerontological approach explored issues related to accessing health services in their community. ...
    • Peripheral Electrical Stimulation Paired With Movement-related Cortical Potentials Improves Isometric Muscle Strength and Voluntary Activation Following Stroke

      Olsen, S; Signal, N; Niazi, IK; Rashid, U; Alder, G; Mawston, G; Nedergaard, RB; Jochumsen, M; Taylor, D (Frontiers Media, 2020)
      Background: Endogenous paired associative stimulation (ePAS) is a neuromodulatory intervention that has potential to aid stroke recovery. ePAS involves pairing endogenous electroencephalography (EEG) signals known as ...
    • An Unsupervised Data-driven Model to Classify Gait Patterns in Children With Cerebral Palsy

      Choisne, J; Fourrier, N; Handsfield, G; Signal, N; Taylor, D; Wilson, N; Stott, S; Besier, TF (MDPI AG, 2020)
      Ankle and foot orthoses are commonly prescribed to children with cerebral palsy (CP). It is unclear whether 3D gait analysis (3DGA) provides sufficient and reliable information for clinicians to be consistent when prescribing ...
    • Can the Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scales Be Adapted for Use in the Context of Osteoarthritis With General Practitioners and Physiotherapists?

      O'Brien, DW; Bassett, S; Wright-St Clair, V; Siegert, RJ (BMC, 2020)
      Background: Conservative, first-line treatments (exercise, education and weight-loss if appropriate) for hip and knee joint osteoarthritis are underused despite the known benefits. Clinicians' beliefs can affect the advice ...
    • Ethical Perceptions Towards Real-world Use of Companion Robots With Older People and People With Dementia: Survey Opinions Among Younger Adults

      Bradwell, HL; Winnington, R; Thill, S; Jones, RB (BioMed Central, 2020)
      BACKGROUND: Use of companion robots may reduce older people's depression, loneliness and agitation. This benefit has to be contrasted against possible ethical concerns raised by philosophers in the field around issues such ...
    • Cerebellar Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Learning a Novel Split-belt Treadmill Task: A Randomised Controlled Trial

      Kumari, N; Taylor, D; Rashid, U; Vandal, AC; Smith, PF; Signal, N (Nature Publishing Group, 2020)
      This study aimed to examine the effect of repeated anodal cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation (ctDCS) on learning a split-belt treadmill task. Thirty healthy individuals randomly received three consecutive ...
    • Estimating Global Injuries Morbidity and Mortality: Methods and Data Used in the Global Burden of Disease 2017 Study

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      BACKGROUND: While there is a long history of measuring death and disability from injuries, modern research methods must account for the wide spectrum of disability that can occur in an injury, and must provide estimates ...