Dr Kate Scrivener

Dr Kate Scrivener

Dr Kate Scrivener

Dr Kate Scrivener  Dr Kate Scrivener, Lecturer

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Phone: +61 2 9850 6625 / Fax: +61 2 9850 6630
Location: Ground floor 75 Talavera Road
Macquarie University

Introduction

Publications

Introduction

  • Clinician, researcher and educator in neurological physiotherapy.
  • Joined the physiotherapy teaching team at Macquarie University in 2013.
  • Previously employed as the rehabilitation clinical educator at Bankstown Hospital.
  • Previous member of both the Neurological and Graduate Entry Masters Program External Advisory Committees at the University of Sydney.
  • Completed her PhD in 2013, investigating the amount of exercise that occurs in physiotherapy after stroke and the relationship with walking outcomes.
  • Five publications in journals such as Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair and the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine.
  • Awarded an award for Excellence in Teaching by the Ingham Institute of Applied Medical Research, South Western Sydney Local Health District in 2012.
  • Named the 'Young Researcher of the Year' at the South Western Sydney Local Health District Allied Health.

Publications

  1. Scrivener K, Sherrington C, Schurr K, Treacy D. Many participants in inpatient rehabilitation can quantify their exercise dosage accurately: an observational study. Journal of Physiotherapy. 2011;57(2):117-122.
  2. Scrivener K, Sherrington C, Schurr K. Amount of exercise in the first week after stroke predicts walking speed and unassisted walking. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2012;26:932-8.
  3. Scrivener K, Sherrington C, Schurr K. Exercise dose and mobility outcome in a comprehensive stroke unit: description and prediction from a prospective cohort study. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 2012;44:824-9.
  4. Bampton J, Vargas J, Wu R, Potts S, Lance A, Scrivener K, et al. Clinical physiotherapists had both positive and negative perceptions about delivering two different interventions in a clinical trial: a mixed methods study. Journal of Physiotherapy. 2012;58:255-60.
  5. Scrivener K, Sherrington C, Schurr K. A systematic review of the responsiveness of lower limb physical performance measures in inpatient care after stroke. BMC Neurology. 2013.
  6. Scrivener, K., Schurr, K., & Sherrington, C. (2014). Responsiveness of the ten-metre walk test, Step Test and Motor Assessment Scale in inpatient care after stroke. BMC Neurology, 14(1), 129.
  7. Scrivener, K., Jones, T., Schurr, K., Graham, P. L., & Dean, C. M. (2015). After-hours or weekend rehabilitation improves outcomes and increases physical activity but does not affect length of stay: a systematic review. Journal of physiotherapy, 61(2), 61-67.
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