The LaTrobe ARCH / Melbourne Health Collaboration

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Selected 2018-2019 Publications

  1. Franklin M, Lewis S, Willis K, Rogers A, Venville A, Smith L. (2019), Goals for living with a chronic condition: The relevance of temporalities, dispositions, and resources, Social Science and Medicine, 233 (19 July), pp. 13-20.
  2. Hughes S, Lewis S, Willis K, Rogers A, Wyke S, & Smith, L (2019) Goal setting in group programmes for long-term condition self-management support: experiences of patients and healthcare professionals, Psychology & Health, DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2019.1623891 published online 13 June 2019.
  3. Liddle J, Clemson L, Mackenzie L, Lovarini M, Tan A,  Pit S, Roberts C, Tiedemann A, Sherrington C, , Willis K. 2019, Influences on general practitioner referral to allied health professionals for fall prevention in primary care, Australasian Journal on Ageing, published online May 2019: DOI: 10.1111/ajag.12680 
  4. Lewis S, Willis K, Collyer F. 2018, Navigating and making choices about healthcare: The role of place. Health and Place. 52, 215-220.
  5. Corbett C, Jolley J, Barson E, Wraight P,  Perrin B, Fisher C, 2019 Cognition and Understanding of Neuropathy of Inpatients Admitted to a Specialized Tertiary Diabetic Foot Unit With Diabetes-Related Foot Ulcers, Int J Lower Extremity Wounds, DOI: 10.1177/1534734619862085
  6. Arblaster K, Mackenzie L, Matthews L, Willis K. (2018). Learning from consumers: An eDelphi study of Australian mental health consumers’ priorities for recovery-oriented curricula. Australian Journal of Occupational Therapy.  doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12518.
  7. Franklin M, Lewis S, Willis K, Rogers A, Venville A, Smith L. (2018). Controlled, Constrained or Flexible? How Self-Management Goals Are Shaped By Patient-Provider Interactions. Qualitative Health Research. doi:  10.1177/1049732318774324.
  8. Guldager R, Poulson I. Larsen, K. Willis K. (2018). Relatives´ strategies in sub-acute brain injury rehabilitation: the warrior, the observer and the hesitant. Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.14598
  9. Klaic, M., McDermott, F., & Haines, T. (2018). How soon do allied health professionals lose confidence to perform EBP activities? A cross‐sectional study. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice Sep 4. doi: 10.1111/jep.13001. [Epub ahead of print]
  10. Langford, J., Dillon, M.P., Granger, C.L., & Barr, C. (2018). Physical activity participation amongst individuals with lower limb amputation. Disability and Rehabilitation, 5(1:8). doi: 10.1080/09638288.2017.1422031.
  11. Liddle J, Lovarini M, Clemson LM, Jang H, Lord SR, Sherrington C, Willis K. (2018). Masculinity and preventing falls: insights from the fall experiences of men aged 70 years and over. Disability and Rehabilitation. doi:  10.1080/09638288.2017.1419381
  12. Liu Xian-liang, Willis K, Wu (Chiung-Jung (Jo), Shi Yan, Johnson, M. (2018). Better to save one life than build a seven storied pagoda’: a qualitative study of health education for patients with           acute coronary syndrome and type 2. BMC Open, 8:e019351. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019351.
  13. Withiel, T., Wong, D., Ponsford, J.L., Cadilhac, D., & Stowlyk, R. (2018). Feasibility and effectiveness of computerised cognitive training for memory dysfunction following stroke: A series of single case studies. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. doi: 10.1080/09602011.2018.1503083.
  14. Withiel, T.D., Marr, L., & Juj, G. (2019). Right Fit, Right Job, Right Time”: Case Study of a New Model for Allied Health Recruitment in Public Health Settings. Australian Health Review. https://doi.org/10.1071/AH18095

 


Conference presentations:

  1. Clark K and Willis K. (2019) Consumer Feedback in Stroke and Neurology Ward Design. 3rd Victorian Allied Health Research Conference, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Friday 22nd March 2019.
  2. Fisher C, Pritchard E. & Withiel T. (2018) ‘Family violence and neuropsychology: Why should we care and what can we do to help’, Symposium presented at 2018 APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists Conference, Brisbane, QLD, 8-10 November 2018.
  3. Fisher CA, May A, Ludbrook C. Allen B, O’Brien E, Bradbury E, Pincus S, Withiel T, Rudkin N. & Willis, K. ‘Capacity of hospital staff to assist patients experiencing family Violence’, 2018 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia, Gold Coast QLD, 3 - 5 December.
  4. Fisher CA, Galbraith G, May A, Ludbrook C, Allen B, Evans K, Hebel L, O’Brien E, & Willis K. Hospital responses assisting consumers experiencing family violence: Royal Melbourne Hospital, Patient Survey, Poster Presentation, 2018 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia, Gold Coast QLD, 3 - 5 December.
  5. Fisher CA, May A, Ludbrook C, Allen B, O’Brien E, Bradbury E, Pincus S, Withiel T, Rudkin N. & Willis K. ‘Assisting Patients/Clients Experiencing Family Violence: A Hospital Wide Staff Survey’,  Rapid exchange/power point poster slide, International Domestic Violence and Health Conference 2018 Melbourne, 21 Nov.