References for April 2024


References for April 2024


Innovation at hand: AI's impact on physiotherapy

  1. Dorricott, P. ‘AI can revolutionise healthcare but only with a national plan.’ Australian Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare website, 16 November 2023.
  2. Victoria University. ‘Funding boost to prevent falls with AI.’ Victoria University website, 14 November 2023.
  3. Koopman, B., Bradford, D., Hansen, D. (eds). (2020) ‘Exemplars of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Healthcare: Improving the safety, quality, efficiency and accessibility of Australia’s healthcare system.’ Report Ep203543. CSIRO, Australia.
  4. The Therapeutic Goods Administration. ‘Regulation of software based medical devices.’ Australian Government, Department of Health and Aged Care, Therapeutic Goods Administration, 28 September 2023.
  5. Wikipedia, n.d. ‘Artificial Intelligence.’

Five facts about persistent post-concussion symptoms

  1. Babula, G., Warunek, E., Cure, K., Nikolski, G., Fritz, H., & Barker, S. (2023). Vestibular Rehabilitation as an Early Intervention in Athletes Who are Post-concussion: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 18(3), 577-586.
  2. Brown L, Camarinos J; (2019) The Role of Physical Therapy in Concussion Rehabilitation. Seminars in Pediatric Neurology; 30, 68-78.
  3. Davis, G. A., Schneider, K. J., Anderson, V., Babl, F. E., Barlow, K. M., Blauwet, C. A., ... & Patricios, J. S. (2024). Pediatric sport-related concussion: recommendations from the Amsterdam Consensus Statement 2023. Pediatrics, 153(1).
  4. Fralick M, Sy E, Hassan A, Burke MJ, Mostofsky E, Karsies T. Association of Concussion With the Risk of Suicide: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Neurol. 2019 Feb 1;76(2):144–51.
  5. Kerr, Z. Y., Zuckerman, S. L., Wasserman, E. B., Covassin, T., Djoko, A., & Dompier, T. P. (2016). Concussion symptoms and return to play time in youth, high school, and college American football athletes. JAMA Pediatrics, 170(7), 647-653.
  6. Leddy, J. J., Master, C. L., Mannix, R., Wiebe, D. J., Grady, M. F., Meehan, W. P., ... & Willer, B. S. (2021). Early targeted heart rate aerobic exercise versus placebo stretching for sport-related concussion in adolescents: a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, 5(11), 792-799.
  7. Lystad R, McMaugh A, Herkes G, Browne G, Badgery-Parker T, Cameron C, et al. The impact of concussion on school performance in Australian children: a population-based matched cohort study. J Sci Med Sport. 2022 Nov 1;25:S36–7.
  8. Moore, B. M., Stark, R. K., & D’Angelo, E. C. (2023). Multidisciplinary care for patients with persistent symptoms following concussion: a systematic review. Disability and rehabilitation, 1-16.
  9. Schneider, K. J., Meeuwisse, W. H., Nettel-Aguirre, A., Boyd, L., Barlow, K. M., & Emery, C. A. (2013). Cervico-vestibular physiotherapy in the treatment of individuals with persistent symptoms following sport related concussion: a randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 47(5), e1-e1.
  10. Schneider, K. J. (2019). Concussion part II: rehabilitation–the need for a multifaceted approach. Musculoskeletal science and practice, 42, 151-161.
  11. Teel, E. F., Caron, J. G., & Gagnon, I. J. (2022). Higher parental stress is significantly related to longer clinical recovery times in concussed children: A mixed-methods study. Journal of science and medicine in sport, 25(2), 108-114.
  12. Whitney, S. L., Eagle, S. R., Marchetti, G., Mucha, A., Collins, M. W., Kontos, A. P., & CARE Consortium Investigators. (2020). Association of acute vestibular/ocular motor screening scores to prolonged recovery in collegiate athletes following sport-related concussion. Brain injury, 34(6), 842-847.

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