Associate Professor Lynette Mackenzie
Mehraban, A, Mackenzie, L, Byles, J 2011, A self-report home environment screening tool identified older women at risk of falls, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 64(2), 191-199
Smith, E, Mackenzie, L 2011, How occupational therapists are perceived within inpatient mental health settings: The perceptions of seven Australian nurses, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 58(4), 251-260
James, C, Mackenzie, L, Capra, M 2011, Inter- and intra-rater reliability of the manual handling component of the WorkHab Functional Capacity Evaluation, Disability and Rehabilitation, 33(19-20), 1797-1804
Macens, K, Rose, A J, Mackenzie, L 2011, Pressure care practice and occupational therapy: Findings of an exploratory study, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 58(5), 346-354
Middlebrook, S, Mackenzie, L 2011, The Enhanced Primary Care program and falls prevention: Perceptions of private occupational therapists and physiotherapists, Australasian Journal on Ageing,
Seah, C H, Mackenzie, L, Gamble, J E 2011, Transition of graduates of the Master of Occupational Therapy to practice, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 58(2), 103-110
Waugh, E J, Mackenzie, L 2011, Ageing well from an urban Indigenous Australian perspective, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 58(1), 25-33
Rose, A J, Mackenzie, L 2010, 'Beyond the cushion': a study of occupational therapists' perceptions of their role and clinical decisions in pressure care, Disability and Rehabilitation, 32(13), 1099-1108
James, C., and Mackenzie, L. A., 2009, Health professional's perceptions and practices in relation to Functional Capacity Evaluations: Results of a quantitative survey, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 19, 203-211
Chiarelli, P., Mackenzie, L. A., and Osmotherly, P., 2009, Urinary incontinence is associated with an increase in falls: A systematic review, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 55, 89-95
Mackenzie, L. A., Byles, J., and D'Este, C., 2009, Longitudinal study of the Home Falls and Accidents Screening Tool in identifying older people at increased risk of falls, Australasian Journal on Ageing, 28, 64-69
Mackenzie, L. A., 2009, Perceptions of health professionals about effective practice in falls prevention, Disability and Rehabilitation, 31, 2005-2012
Clemson, L M, Mackenzie, L, Ballinger, C, Close, J, Cumming, R G 2008, Environmental Interventions to Prevent Falls inCommunity-Dwelling Older People: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Trials, Journal of Aging and Health: an interdisciplinary research forum, 20(8), 954-971
Lee, F, Mackenzie, L, James, C 2008, Perceptions of older people living in the community about their fear of falling, Disability and Rehabilitation, 30(23), 1803-1811
James, C, Mackenzie, L, Higginbotham, N 2007, Health professionals attitudes and practices in relation to functional capacity evaluations, Work, 29(2), 81-87
2012 Ames, D., Lautenschlager, N., Hill, K., Dow, B., Russell, M., Cyarto, E., & Moore, K. AIs: Haines, T., & Mackenzie, L. A RCT to improve health outcomes for older care recipients and their older carers using a home-based physical activity program. National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant. $569,000
2011 Clemson, L., Cameron, I., Lannin, N., Rubenstein, L., Gitlin, L. Mackenzie, L. (AI). Transition from hospital to home: Effectiveness of an occupational therapy home visit discharge program for at risk older adults. NH&MRC Project Grant. $985,312.
2011 Mackenzie, L., Lam, M., Clemson, L., Byles, J., & Kendig, H. The health needs and service use of older men aged 70 years and older who are living alone. The Sax Institute, Sydney. Approval granted to access 45 & Up study data.
2010 Mackenzie, L. Pilot study to test the feasibility of the Enhanced Primary Care falls prevention program. Ageing, Health and Work Research Centre, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. $8,000.
2009 Byles, J., Mackenzie, L., & Redman, S. Environmental and built factors for maintaining independence in older age. DADHC NSW, $109,340.