Projects

Evidence Based Practice
  • Health care professionals’ attitudes towards Evidence Based Medicine
    Elbers NA, Chase R, Craig A, Guy L, Harris IA, Middleton JW, Nicholas MK, Rebbeck T, Walsh J, Willcock S, Lockwood, K., & Cameron, ID. Health care professionals’ attitudes towards evidence-based medicine in the workers’ compensation setting (internal report); 2016. link to report
  • Psychological Database for Brain Impairment Treatment Efficacy (PsycBITE)
Musculoskeletal Injury
  • Cameron ID, Maher C, Collie A, Nicholas M, Harris I, Connelly L, Bellamy N, Blyth F, Derrett S, Kenardy J
    Improving health for people with compensable injuries – Phase I
    NSW Motor Accidents Authority
  • Cameron ID, Maher C, Nicholas M, Blyth F, Collie A
    A health outcomes measure for routine use in compensation settings – Phase 2
    NSW Motor Accidents Authority
  • Lord S, Cameron ID, Close J, Sherrington C, Smith S, Sturnieks D, Delbaere K, Tiedemann A
    Implementing falls prevention research into policy and practice
    Partnership Project Grant
Spinal Cord Injury
  • Abraham L, Simpson D, Finnan A, Harvey L
    Development of web-based learning modules for SCI occupational therapists
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Brock J, Furness J, Middleton J
    Investigating the mechanisms that increase nerve-evoked vasoconstriction following spinal cord injury
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Cameron ID, Middleton J, Murphy G
    Evaluation of In-Voc (Early Access to Vocational Rehabilitation Services Pilot Program)
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Craig A, Middleton J, Perry KN
    Psychosocial aspect of SCI
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Craig A, Middleton J, Perry KN
    Psychosocial aspects of spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation: best practice assessment and intervention
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Craig A, Tran Y, Middleton J, Siddall P
    Chronic pain and SCI
    Royal North Shore Hospital Pain Institute
  • Galea M, Dunlop M, Allison G, Harvey L, David G, Denehy L, Nunn A
    Spinal cord injury and physical activity (SCIPA): intensive exercise from acute care to community
    Victorian Neurotrauma Initiative
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Harvey L
    Development of web-based e-learning modules for SCI physiotherapists (SCIPT)
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Harvey L
    Equipment prescription for people with a spinal cord injury project 12 months after discharge from rehabilitation
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Harvey L, Barratt D
    Development of MS basic datasets
    Unfunded
  • Harvey L, Glinsky J, Kwok S
    Does standing improve bowel function? A randomised controlled trial
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Harvey L, Hoang P, Katalinic O, Glinsky J
    Addition of exercises for people with Multiple Sclerosis to an existing website, www.physiotherapyexercises.com
    Multiple Sclerosis Australia
  • Harvey L, Messenger P, Katalinic O, Glinsky J
    Ongoing development of www.physiotherapyexercises.com
    Unfunded
  • Kwok S, Harvey L, Glinsky J, Coggrave M, Tussler D
    Does regular standing improve bowel function in people with spinal cord injury
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Lee BSB, Simpson J, Middleton J, Goodall S
    Probiotic prophylaxis of spinal cord injury urinary tract infection therapeutic trial (ProSCIUTTU)
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Middleton J, Cameron P, Middleton P, Harrison J, Brown D, McClure R, Bowen D, Watt W, Walsh J, Marshall R
    Right care, right time, right place: improving outcomes for people with spinal cord injury through early intervention and improved access to specialised care (www.accesstocare.org.au)
    Access to Healthcare
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Muldoon S, Chhabra HS, Kovindha A, Weerts E, Harvey L
    Development and promotion of e-Learning teaching and eductaional resource for students and professionals working in spinal cord injury (SCI) management and rehabilitation in India
  • Ralston K, Harvey L, Batty J, Ben M, Cusmiani R, Lee B
    The effectiveness of fucntional electrical stimulation cycling on urine output, lower limb swelling and spasticity in spinal cord injury: a randomised controlled trial
    Prince of Wales Hospital
  • Stacey M, Bader D, Swaine J, Middleton J, Olver J, Haynes K, Garber S, Hendrie D, Miller K
    AusCAN risk assessment for sitting acquired pressure ulcers
    National Health and Medical Research Council
Brain Injury
  • Lindley R, Pandian JR, Langhorne P, Murthy GS, Maulik PK, Hackett M, Harvey L
    Family-led rehabilitation after stroke in India
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • McDonald S, Anderson V, Ponsford J, Tate R, Togher L, Morgan A, Fleming J, Ownsworth T, Douglas J, Murdoch B
    Moving ahead: psychosocial rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury
    National Health and Medical Research Council
    Centre for Research Excellence in Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Soo C, Tate R, Anderson V, Catroppa C, Lee K, MacDonald S, Rapee R, Benson S
    A multi-centre RCT of cognitive behavioural therapy for managing social anxiety in adolescents with traumatic brain injury
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Tate R
    Meaningful occupation after traumatic brain injury
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Tate R
    Translation phase of the Paediatric Care and Needs Scales (PCANS)
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW
  • Tate R, Perdices M, McDonald S, Togher L
    PsycBITE continuation
    NSW Motor Accidents Authority
  • Togher L, Tate R, McDonald S, Turkstra L, Holland A
    Longitudinal communication recovery following traumatic brain injury
    National Health and Medical Research Council
Other Research
  • Cameron ID
    Researching functioning, disability and rehabilitation
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Cameron ID, Crotty M, Gray L, Kurrle S, Luszcz M, Scuffham P, Whitehead C, Lord S, Giles L, Halbert J, Sherrington C, Bartlett H, Rungie M, Judd S
    Transition Care: Innovation and Evidence
    National Health and Medical Research Council Health Services Grant Program
  • Cameron ID, Tran Y, Craig A
    Analysis of injury and other factors using the CTP Personal Injury Registry (PIR) – Phase 1
    Motor Accidents Authority of NSW
  • Chapman I, Visvanathan R, Naganathan V, Hunter P, Karnon J, Horowitz M, Lange K, Cameron ID
    The effects of testosterone and a nutritional supplement on hospital admissions in under-nourished, older people
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Clemson L, Cameron ID, Lannin N, Rubenstein L, Gitlin L
    Transition from hospital to home: Effectiveness of an occupational therapy home visit discharge planning program for at-risk older adults
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Craig A, Tran Y, Cameron ID
    Psychological injury following motor vehicle crashes
    Motor Accidents Authority of NSW
  • Gray L, Peel N, Cameron ID, Karunanithi M, Paul S, Crotty M, Kurrle S
    Promoting activity for frail aged in post-acute hospital settings: a randomised controlled trial of accelerometry
    National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Hills C, Lannin N, Cusick A
    Increasing practice after stroke to optimise upper limb rehabilitation: a phase II trial
    National Stroke Foundation
  • Mudge A, Harvey L, Lancaster A, Lowe K
    Does electrical stimulation in conjunction with stretching improve outcomes following Botulinum Toxin A in children with cerebral palsy? A randomized controlled trial
    Unfunded
  • Ratcliffe J, Luszcz M, Crotty M, Patterson J, Gray L, Cameron ID
    A health economic model for the development and evaluation of innovations in aged care: an application to Consumer Directed Care
    Australian Research Council
  • Simpson B, McCluskey A, Lannin N,
    Feasibility of a home based program to improve handwriting legibility after stroke: a pilot randomised trial
    National Stroke Foundation
  • Tate R
    Developing guidelines for CENT Extension to Behavioural Interventions
    Lifetime Care and Support Authority of NSW