Craig Whitehead

Susan Kurrle2
Debra Rowett1
Lindy Clemson1
2Susan Kurrle
1Debra Rowett
1Lindy Clemson
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BACKGROUND The aim of this project was to assess whether outreach visits would improve the implementation of evidence based clinical practice in the area of falls reduction and stroke prevention in a residential care setting. METHODS Twenty facilities took part in a randomized controlled trial with a seven month follow-up period. Two outreach visits were(More)
BACKGROUND Geriatric cachexia is distinct from other age-related muscle wasting syndromes; however, detection and therefore treatment is challenging without the availability of valid instruments suitable for application in the clinical setting. This study assessed the sensitivity and specificity of a newly developed screening instrument utilising portable(More)
BACKGROUND Proximal femoral fractures are amongst the most devastating consequences of osteoporosis and injurious accidental falls with 25-35% of patients dying in the first year post-fracture. Effective rehabilitation strategies are evolving however, despite established associations between nutrition, mobility, strength and strength-related functional(More)
OBJECTIVE To summarise existing systematic reviews that assess the effects of non-pharmacological, pharmacological and alternative therapies on activities of daily living (ADL) function in people with dementia. DESIGN Overview of systematic reviews. METHODS A systematic search in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, DARE, Medline, EMBASE and(More)
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