Prof Catherine Dean

Prof Catherine Dean

Professor Catherine Dean 

 Professor Catherine Dean, Head, Dept of Health Professions, Director of Physiotherapy

Email
Phone: +61 2 9850 6620 / Fax: +61 2 9850 6630
Location: Ground floor 75 Talavera Road
Macquarie University 

Introduction

Publications

Grants

Introduction

  • Researcher and educator in neurological physiotherapy.
  • Joined Macquarie University as the inaugural Director and Head of the Physiotherapy Program in May 2011.
  • Previously worked as an academic with teaching, administrative and research responsibilities at the University of Sydney since 1991.
  • Recipient of prestigious scholarships to undertake Masters, Doctoral and Post-doctoral studies.
  • Over 40 publications, two with over 130 citations and over $1.9 million in grants for research and education resource development.
  • Research published in high impact international journals in neurology (Stroke), rehabilitation (Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation) and basic science journals (Gait and Posture) as well as in international and national physiotherapy journals.
  • Major contributions have been in the area of clinical education and neurological physiotherapy.
  • Research interests are developing and testing rehabilitation strategies to increase activity and participation after stroke, translating evidence into practice and clinical education.
  • Her research has been included in the Australian Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Stroke.
  • Experienced in new curriculum development and learning and teaching innovation in Physiotherapy.
  • Department member of the recently funded multidisciplinary Faculty Centre for Physical Health.

Publications

Books

  1. Dean CM, Rissel C, Sherrington C, Sharkey M, Cumming RG, Lord  SR, Barker RN, Kirkham C and O’Rourke SD.(2011)  Exercise intervention to prevent falls and enhance mobility in community dwellers after stroke: a randomised controlled trial Sydney: NSW Ministry of Health; 2011 SHPN (SRDB) 110212; ISBN:978-1-74187641-3 http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/pubs/2011/pdf/exercise_intervention_to_.pdf

Book Chapters

  1. Ada L, Dean CM (2007) Improving walking after stroke using a treadmill. In Partridge C (Ed) Recent Advances in Neurological Physiotherapy. London: John Wiley & Sons pp 108-123.
  2. Ada L, Dean CM (2011) Laufbandtraining nach Schlaganfall (Treadmill training after Stroke). In Mehrholz J (ed) Neuroreha nach Schlaganfall (Neurorehabilitation after Stroke) (ISBN 9783131536518) Georg Thieme Verlag KG pp135-146.

Peer-reviewed journals

  1. Stanton R, Ada L, Dean CM, Preston E (in press) Effect of information feedback on training standing up following stroke: a pilot feasibility study. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation ( accepted 19 March 2016).
  2. Farag I, Howard K, O'Rourke S, Ferreira M, Lord S, Close J, Volger  C, Dean CM, Cumming R,  Sherrington, C (under review) "Health and social support services in older adults recently discharged from hospital: utilization, costs and impact of a home-exercise intervention" Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine (Submitted Jan 2015).
  3. Dean CM, Duncan PW (2016) Preparing the Next Generation of Physical Therapists for Transformative Practice and Population Management: An Example from Macquarie University, Physical Therapy 96:3 272-274.
  4. Youkhana S, Dean CM, Wolff M, Sherrington C, Tiedemann A Yoga-based exercise improves balance and mobility in people aged 60 and over: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Age Ageing. 2015 Dec 25. pii: afv175. [Epub ahead of print].
  5. Jones TM, Dean CM, Dear BF, Hush JM, Titov N.  (2015) An internet survey of the characteristics and physical activity of community-dwelling Australian adults with acquired brain injury: Exploring interest in an internet-delivered self-management program focused on physical activity.  Disabil Health J. ; 9(1):54-63.
  6. Jones TM, Dean CM, Hush JM, Dear B and Titov N (2015) A systematic review of the efficacy of self-management programs for increasing physical activity in community-dwelling adults with acquired brain injury (ABI) Syst Rev. 2015 Apr 19;4(1):51. doi: 10.1186/s13643-015-0039-x.
  7. Scrivener K., Jones T., Schurr K., Graham P., Dean CM. (2015) After hours or weekend rehabilitation improves outcomes and increases physical activity but does not affect length of stay: a systematic review. J Physiother. 2015 Apr;61(2):61-7. doi: 10.1016/j.jphys.2015.02.017. Epub 2015.
  8. Farag I., Howard K., Hayes AJ., Ferreira ML., Lord SR., Close JCT., Vogler C., Dean CM., Cumming RG., Sherrington C. (2015) Cost effectiveness of a home exercise program among older people after hospitalization. Journal of the American Medical Disorders Association (J Am Med Dir Assoc. 2015 Feb 18. pii: S1525-8610(15)00076-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jamda.2015.01.075. [Epub ahead of print].
  9. Marcuzzi A, Dean CM, Wrigley PJ, Hush JM (2015) Early changes in somatosensory function in spinal pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis Pain Pain. 2015 Feb;156(2):203-14. doi: 10.1097/01.j.pain.0000460300.10583.f6.
  10. Stanton R, Ada L, Dean CM, Preston E (2015) Feedback received whilst practicing everyday activities during rehabilitation after stroke: an observational study Physiother Res Int. 2015 Sep;20(3):166-73.
  11. Sherrington C, Lord SR, Vogler CM, Close JC, Howard K, Dean CM, Heller GZ, Clemson L, O'Rourke SD, Ramsay E, Barraclough E, Herbert RD, Cumming RG (2014). A post-hospital home exercise program improved mobility but increased falls in older people: a randomised controlled trial. PLoS One. 2014 Sep 2;9(9):e104412. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0104412. eCollection 2014.
  12. Jones TM, Hush JM, Dear BF, Titov N, Dean CM (2014) The efficacy of self- management programs for increasing physical activity in community-dwelling adults with acquired brain injury (ABI): A systematic review. Syst Rev. 2014 Apr 21;3:39. doi:10.1186/2046-4053-3-39.
  13. Dean CM, Ada L, Lindley R (2014) Treadmill training provides greater benefit to the subgroup of community dwelling people after stroke who walk faster than 0.4 m/s: a randomised trial. Journal of Physiotherapy J Physiother. 2014 Jun;60(2):97-101. doi: 10.1016/j.jphys.2014.03.004. Epub 2014 Jun 3.
  14. Marcuzzi A, Dean CM, Hush JM (2013) Early changes in somatosensory function in spinal pain: protocol for a systematic review  Syst Rev. 2013 Oct 2;2(1):90. doi:10.1186/2046-4053-2-90.
  15. Lorvani M, Clemson L, Dean CM (2013) Sustainability of community-based fall prevention programs: A systematic review. Journal of Safety Research 47;9-17.
  16. Polese JC, Ada L, Dean CM, Nascimento LR, Teixeira-Salmela LF (2013)Treadmill training is effective for ambulatory adults with stroke: a systematic review. J Physiother. 2013;59(2):73-80. doi: 10.1016/S1836-9553(13)70159-0.
  17. Ada L, Dean CM, Lindley R(2013 ) Randomised trial of treadmill training to improve walking in community dwelling people after stroke: the AMBULATE trial Int J Stroke Int J Stroke. 2013 Mar 7. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4949.2012.00934.x. [Epub ahead of print].
  18. McCluskey A, Ada l, Dean C, Vargas J (2012) Feasability and validity of a wearable GPS device for measureing outings after stroke ISRN Rehabilitation 1-8.
  19. Bampton J, Vargas J, Wu R, Potts S, Lance A, Scrivener K, Ada L, Dean CM (2012) 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(4):255-60.
  20. Preston E, Ada L, Dean CM, Waddington G, Stanton R (2012)The Physiotherapy eSkills Training Online resource improves performance of practical skills: a controlled trial. BMC education 2012 Nov 26;12(1):119.
  21. Dorsch S, Ada L, Canning CG, , Alzahrani MA, Dean C (2012) The strength of the ankle dorsiflexors has a significant and independent contribution to walking speed in people who can walk independently after stroke: an observational study Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012 Jun;93(6):1072-6. Epub 2012 Mar 29.
  22. Dean CM, Rissel C, Sherrington C, Sharkey M, Cumming R, Lord SR, Barker RN, Kirkham C, O’Rourke S (2012) Exercise to enhance mobility and prevent falls after stroke: The community stroke club randomised trial Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2012 Nov;26(9):1046-57.
  23. Crosbie J, Alhusaini AA, Dean CM, Shepherd RB (2012) Plantarflexor muscle and spatiotemporal gait characteristics of children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy: an observational study. Dev Neurorehabil. 2012;15(2):114-8.
  24. Canning CG, Allen NE, Dean CM, Goh L, Fung VSC (2012) Home-based treadmill training for individuals with Parkinson’sdisease: a randomized controlled pilot trial. Clin Rehabil. 2012 Sep;26(9):817-26. Epub 2012 Jan 18.
  25. Tiedemann A,  Sherrington C, Dean CM,  Rissel C, Lord SR, Kirkham C, & O'Rourke SD (2012) Predictors of adherence to a structured exercise program and physical activity participation in community dwellers after stroke. Stroke Res Treat. 2012:136525. Epub 2011 Oct 11.
  26. Alzahrani MA, Dean CM, Ada L, Canning CG & Dorsch S (2012) Mood and balance are associated with free-living physical activity of people after stroke residing in the community. Stroke Res Treat. 2012:470648. Epub 2011 Oct 13.
  27. Preston E, Ada L, Dean CM, Waddington G, Stanton R (2011) What is the probability of patients who are non-ambulatory after stroke regaining independent walking? A systematic review. Int J Stroke. 2011 Dec;6(6):531-40. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4949.2011.00668.x.
  28. Stanton, R, Ada L, Dean CM, Preston E (2011) Biofeedback for training activities of the lower limb in adults after stroke: a systematic review. Journal of Physiotherapy 57(3):145-55.
  29. Alzahrani MA, Dean CM and Ada L (2011) Relationship between walking performance and community activity in people with stroke: an observational study. Rev Bras Fisioter. 15(1):45-51.
  30. Alhusaini AA, Crosbie J, Shepherd R, Dean CM & Scheinberg A (2011) No change in calf muscle passive stiffness following Botulinum toxin injection in children with cerebral palsy: a prospective study. Development Medicine and Child Neurology DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8749.2011.03930.x published online.
  31. Alzahrani MA, Ada L, Dean CM (2011) Duration of physical activity is normal but frequency is reduced after stroke: an observational study Journal of Physiotherapy 57(1):47-51.
  32. Ada L, Dean CM, Vargas J, Ennis S (2010) Mechanically assisted walking with body weight support results in more independent walking than assisted overground walking in non-ambulatory patients early after stroke: a systematic review Journal of Physiotherapy. 56:153-61.
  33. Dean CM, Ada L, Bampton J, Morris M, Katrak PH, Potts S (2010) Treadmill walking with body weight support in subacute non-ambulatory stroke improves walking capacity more than overground walking: a randomised trial. Journal of Physiotherapy 56:97-103.
  34. Ada L, Dean CM, Morris M, Simpson J, Katrak PH (2010) Randomised trial of treadmill walking with body weight support to establish walking in subacute stroke: the MOBILISE trial. Stroke 41: 1237-1242.
  35. Dean CM, Alam M, Refshauge K (2010) Clinical training requirements for the Faculty of Health Sciences Synergy 30: 22-27.
  36. Lloyd G, Dean CM, Ada L (2010) Issues in recruiting community-dwelling stroke survivors to clinical trials: the AMBULATE trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 31(4):289-92.
  37. Alhusaini AAA, Dean CM,  Crosbie J, Shepherd RB, Lewis J (2010), Evaluation of Spasticity in Children with Cerebral Palsy using Ashworth and Tardieu Scales compared to a Laboratory Journal of Child Neurology 25: 1242-1247.
  38. Alhusaini AAA, Crosbie J, Shepherd RB, Dean CM, Scheinberg A (2010) Mechanical properties of the plantarflexor musculotendinous unit during passive dorsiflexion in children with cerebral palsy compared to typically developing children Development Medicine and Child Neurology 52:E101-E106.
  39. Alzahrani MA, Dean CM , Ada L (2009) Ability to negotiate stairs predicts free-living physical activity in community-dwelling people with stroke: an observational study.Aust Journal of Physiotherapy 55:277-281.
  40. Dean CM, Rissel C, Sharkey M, Sherrington C, Cumming RG, Barker RN, Lord SR, O'Rourke SD, Kirkham C (2009). Exercise intervention to prevent falls and enhance mobility in community dwellers after stroke: a protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Neurol. Jul 22;9:38.
  41. Ada, L; Sherrington, C; Canning, CG; Dean CM; Scianni, AA (2009) Computerised tracking to train dexterity after cerebellar tumour: a single-case experimental study Brain Inj. Jul;23(7):702-6.
  42. Ada L, Dean CM, Lindley R, Lloyd G (2009) Improving community ambulation after stroke: the AMBULATE trial BMC Neurology  Feb 11;9:8.
  43. Sherrington C, Lord SR, Vogler CM, Close JC, Howard K, Dean CM, Clemson L, Barraclough E, Ramsay E, O'Rourke SD, Cumming RG (2009). Minimising disability and falls in older people through a post-hospital exercise program: a protocol for a randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation BMC Geriatrics Feb 26:9:8.
  44. Dean CM, Stark AM, Gates C, Czerniec S, Hobbs C, Bullock L  Kolodziej I (2009) A profile of physiotherapy clinical education Australian Health Review 33;38-46.
  45. Ada L, Dean CM, Morris ME (2007) Supported treadmill training to establish walking in non-ambulatory patients early after stroke BMC Neurol. Sep 6;7:29.
  46. Dean CM, Channon EF, Hall JM (2007) Sitting training early after stroke improves sitting ability and quality and carries over to standing up but not to walking: a randomised trial. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 53:97-102.
  47. Hobbs CL, Dean CM, Higgs J, Adamson B. (2006) Physiotherapy students' attitudes towards and knowledge of older people. Aust J Physiother 52:115-9. (ISI Web of knowledge citations as of 6/12/10: 2).
  48. Ada L, Dean C, Mackey F (2006) Increasing the amount of physical activity undertaken after stroke. Physical Therapy Reviews 11: 91-100.
  49. Thielman GT, Dean CM, Gentile AM  (2004) Rehabilitation of reaching after stroke: task-related training versus progressive resistive exercise Arch Phys Med Rehabil;85(10):1613-8.
  50. Ada L, Canning C, Dean C, Moore D. (2004) Training physiotherapy students' abilities in scoring the motor assessment scale for stroke. J Allied Health;33:267-70.
  51. Ada L, Dean CM, Hall JM, Bampton J, Crompton S. (2003) A treadmill and overground walking program improves walking in persons residing in the community after stroke: a placebo-controlled, randomized trial. Arch Phys Med Rehabil.84:1486-91.
  52. Bassile CC, Dean C, Boden-Albala B, Sacco R. (2003) Obstacle training programme for individuals post stroke: feasibility study. Clin Rehabil.;17:130-6.
  53. Blundell SW, Shepherd RB, Dean CM, Adams RD, Cahill BM  (2003) Functional strength training in cerebral palsy: a pilot study of a group circuit training class for children aged 4-8 years Clin Rehabil. 17:48-57.
  54. Crompton S, Khemlani M, Batty J, Ada L, Dean C, Katrak P. (2001) Practical issues in retraining walking in severely disabled patients using treadmill and harness support systems Aust J Physiother. 47:211-3.
  55. Dean CM, Richards CL, Malouin F. (2001) Walking speed over 10 metres overestimates locomotor capacity after stroke. Clin Rehabil.15:415-21.
  56. Dean CM, Mackey FH, Katrak P. (2000) Examination of shoulder positioning after stroke: A randomised controlled pilot trial. Aust J Physiother. 46:35-40.
  57. Dean CM, Richards CL, Malouin F. (2000) Task-related circuit training improves performance of locomotor tasks in chronic stroke: a randomized, controlled pilot trial. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 81:409-17.
  58. Richards CL, Malouin F, Dean CM (2000) Maximising locomotor recovery after stroke.  Arch Physiology and Biochemistry 108: 1-2.
  59. Richards CL, Malouin F, Dean CM. (1999) Gait in stroke: assessment and rehabilitation Clin Geriatr Med. 15:833-55.
  60. Dean CM, Shepherd R, Adams R. (1999) Sitting balance I: trunk-arm coordination and the contribution of the lower limbs during self-paced reaching in sitting. Gait Posture. 10:135-46.
  61. Dean CM, Shepherd RB, Adams RD. (1999) Sitting balance II: reach direction and thigh support affect the contribution of the lower limbs when reaching beyond arm's length in sitting. Gait Posture. 10:147-53.
  62. Herbert RD, Dean C, Gandevia SC. (1998) Effects of real and imagined training on voluntary muscle activation during maximal isometric contractions. Acta Physiol Scand. 163:361-8.
  63. Dean CM, Shepherd RB & Adams R (1998).  Optimising sitting balance after stroke: from science to the clinic. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, 1998:11, 193-194.
  64. Dean CM & Shepherd RB. (1997) Task-related training improves performance of seated reaching tasks after stroke: A randomised controlled trial.  Stroke 1997; 28, 722-728.
  65. Carr JH, Mungovan SF, Shepherd RB, Dean CM, Nordholm, LA. (1994) Physiotherapy in stroke rehabilitation: Bases for Australian physiotherapist's choice of treatment.  Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 10, 201-209.
  66. Dean CM, Mackey FH. (1992) Motor assessment scale scores as a measure of rehabilitation outcome following stroke. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 38, 31-35.

Other publications

  1. Canning C, Dean CM, Ada L  (2015) Editorial Reflections on the career of Janet Carr - a physiotherapy trailblazer, J Physiother. 2015 Apr;61(2):51-2. doi: 10.1016/j.jphys.2015.02.006. Epub 2015 Mar 18.
  2. Canning C, Dean CM, Ada L  (2015) Editorial Reflections on the career of Janet Carr - a physiotherapy trailblazer, New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy.
  3. Jones T & Dean CM (2013) A qualitative exploration of participation in an exercise instructor Led functional training programme for community dwelling stroke survivors (Invited Commentary) International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (IJTR), 20;12;597-605.
  4. Dean CM (2012) Group task-specific training for patients discharged home after stroke may be as effective as individualised physiotherapy in improving mobility. [commentary]. Journal of Physiotherapy 58: 269.
  5. Dean CM, Ada L, Alzahrani M (2011) Author Response to English C: Was the effect of sitting  time interpreted appropriately? Journal of Physiotherapy 57: 132-133; (2011).

Reports

  1. Refshauge K, Dean CM, Alam M (2009) International Experiences at FHS. Report to FHS Dean December 2009.
  2. Lincoln M, Dean CM, Faculty of Health Sciences, Bloomfield D, Faculty of Education and Social Work and Baguley J & Hawke C, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences (2009) Promoting University-wide excellence in field-based professional practice experiences Report on a Faculty of Health Sciences 2008 Small TIES Grant.
  3. Brien J and Review Committee (2008) Review of Clinical and Experiential Placement Programs Report to Faculty of Pharmacy, March 2008.
  4. Clemson L, Mathews M, Dean CM, Lovarini M & Alam M. (2008). Translating research into practice: Sustainability of a community-based falls prevention program in minority communities. Final report for Commonwealth Falls and Injury Prevention Community Grants Program.
  5. Dean CM (2005) Physiotherapy Clinical Education Curriculum. School of Physiotherapy report to Clinical education Advisory Committee and External Advisory Committee.
  6. Dean CM, Hobbs CH & Higgs L (2000) Clinical Schools Model. School of Physiotherapy Report to the Clinical Education Advisory Committee.
  7. Dean CM (1997) Physiotherapy Clinical Education- A review of the pilot program and implementation of the Clinical Schools Model. School of Physiotherapy Report to the Physiotherapists in Management Special Interest Group of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Grants

  1. 2015: NHMRC Safetynet Fund, Falls after stroke trial.
  2. 2014: US Fulbright Senior Specialist Award, Enhancing physiotherapy and interdisciplinary education and research development at Macquarie University. Award supports-Professor Pamela Duncan visit to MQ 2014.
  3. 2012-2014: Health Workforce Australia, 2014 Clinical Training Fund, $371,872.
  4. 2012-2013: Clinical training Fund, $393,693.
  5. 2012-2013: Establishment Goods and Services Funding, $244,750.
  6. 2012-2014: MQSIS Teaching Fund, To establish essential teaching infrastructure to technologically equip and enable the 3 new physiotherapy specialised teaching spaces.
  7. 2013: Metro North and East Interdisciplinary Clinical Training Networks (ICTN), Video Module Resources for Student and Intern Learning.
  8. 2013: Metro North and East ICTN Project Fund, Increasing Clinical Placements by Promoting Cultural Change Through Showcasing Positive Student and Clinical Supervisor Innovations and Achievements.
  9. 2013: Metro North and East ICTN Project Fund, Increasing Clinical Placements by Scoping Student-led Services for People with Chronic Disease.
  10. 2013: LaTrobe University Internal Research Grant, Adapting the LiFE (Embedded Functional Exercise) Program for People with Mild Stroke: An Exploratory Study.
  11. 2013: MQSIS Research Equipment Fund, Centre for Simulation upgrade and two additional driving simulators.
  12. 2013: MQSN (Safety Net)    Promoting Physical Activity after stroke.
  13. 2011-2012: MQ DVCR Discretionary Fund, Feasibility Study for Promoting Physical Activity after stroke: the Heartmoves for Stroke trial.
  14. 2009-2010: National Heart Foundation, Improving physical activity after stroke.
  15. 2007-2009: NHRMC Project Grant 457464, Minimising disability and falls in older people through a post hospital individualised exercise program.
  16. 2007-2008: National Heart Foundation, Improving physical activity after stroke.
  17. 2006-2008: NHMRC Project grant 402679, Supported treadmill training to establish walking in non-ambulatory patients early after stroke.
  18. Jun 2006-Dec 2009: NSW Health Promotion Research Demonstration Grant, Exercise intervention to prevent falls, enhance mobility and increase physical activity in community dwellers after stroke: A randomised controlled trial.
  19. 2007-2008: Commonwealth Falls and Injury Prevention Community Grants Program, Translating research into practice: Sustainability of a community-based falls prevention program with minority communities.
  20. 2002: Sydney University Reseach Grants - Sesqui Research and Development Scheme, Efficacy of treadmill training in establishing walking in severely disabled patients after stroke -a feasibility study.
  21. 2000-2001: National Stroke Foundation, The efficacy of treadmill training in improving the quality of walking and endurance in individuals after stroke in the community.
  22. 2008: USyd Small TIES, Promoting University-wide excellence in field-based professional practice experiences.
  23. 2008: FHS L and T Grant, Does the provision of video clips on WebCT enhance learning of practical skills in Neurological Physiotherapy.
  24. 2008: USyd Strategic elearning development grant, Does the provision of video clips on WebCT enhance learning of practical skills in Neurological Physiotherapy? (500 Hours).
  25. 2008: USyd Strategic elearning development grant, FHS Professional Practice Information Centre (400 hours).
  26. 2007-2008: ALTC, Associate Investigators: Dean CMDevelopment of the Clinical Assessment of Physiotherapy Skills (CAPS): A standardised and valid approach to assessment of clinical competence in physiotherapy.
  27. 2005: USyd Equipment Grant, Visual image teaching resources.
  28. 2003: USyd FHS Teaching and Learning grant NHRMC Project Grant, Physiotherapy students' attitudes and knowledge toward older persons.
  29. 2002-2003: NSW Physiotherapy Registration Board, Development of web-based refresher program for physiotherapists.
  30. 2001: Commonwealth Dept of Health and Aged Care - Rural Health Support, Education and Training Program     The management of patients after a stroke.
  31. 2000: The University of Sydney Summer Scholar Program 6 week summer scholar, Identification of effective methods to teach undergraduate students the administration and use of the Motor Assessment Scale.
  32. 1999: Rehabilitation Research Group Quebec, Walking Competency Post-stroke REPAR.
  33. 1999: Physiotherapy Research Foundation, The efficacy of a training sitting balance after stroke. A randomised controlled trial.
  34. 1997: The University of Sydney Summer Scholar Program week scholar, Relationship between walking and standing balance.
  35. 1994: Physiotherapy Research Foundation, Intersegmental coordination during reaching in seated subjects.
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