References for February 2024


References for February 2024


Young-onset Parkinson's disease

  1. Fight Parkinson's. Parkinson's Prevalence. Published 2022. Accessed 29/09/2023, 2023.
  2. Armstrong MJ, Okun MS. Time for a New Image of Parkinson Disease. JAMA neurology. 2020;77(11):1345-1346.
  3. Deloitte Access Economics. Living with Parkinson's Disease - An updated economic analysis 2014. 2015.
  4. Riboldi GM, Frattini E, Monfrini E, Frucht SJ, Di Fonzo A. A Practical Approach to Early-Onset Parkinsonism. J Parkinsons Dis. 2022;12(1):1-26.
  5. Bloem BR, Okun MS, Klein C. Parkinson's disease. Lancet. 2021;397(10291):2284-2303.
  6. Ellis TD, Colon-Semenza C, DeAngelis TR, et al. Evidence for Early and Regular Physical Therapy and Exercise in Parkinson's Disease. Semin Neurol. 2021;41(2):189-205.
  7. Ernst M, Folkerts AK, Gollan R, et al. Physical exercise for people with Parkinson's disease: a systematic review and network meta-analysis. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2023;1(1):CD013856.
  8. Johansson ME, Cameron IGM, Van der Kolk NM, et al. Aerobic Exercise Alters Brain Function and Structure in Parkinson's Disease: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Ann Neurol. 2022;91(2):203-216.
  9. Folkerts AK, Nielsen J, Gollan R, et al. Physical Exercise as a Potential Treatment for Fatigue in Parkinson's Disease? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Pharmacological and Non-Pharmacological Interventions. J Parkinsons Dis. 2023;13(5):659-679.
  10. Zaman MS, Ghahari S, McColl MA. Barriers to Accessing Healthcare Services for People with Parkinson's Disease: A Scoping Review. J Parkinsons Dis. 2021;11(4):1537-1553.
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  12. World Health Organisation. Package of interventions for rehabilitation - Module 3 Neurological Conditions. . Published 2023. Accessed 17/08/2023, 2023.

Five Facts about physiotherapy for the LGBTQIA+ community

  1. Ross MH, Setchell J. People who identify as LGBTIQ+ can experience assumptions, discomfort, some discrimination, and a lack of knowledge while attending physiotherapy: a survey. J Physiother 2019;65(2):99-105. doi: 
  2. Ross MH, Setchell J. Physiotherapists vary in their knowledge of and approach to working with patients who are LGBTQIA+: a qualitative study. J Physiother 2023;69(2):114-22. doi: 
  3. Ross MH, Hammond J, Bezner J, Brown D, et al. An Exploration of the Experiences of Physical Therapists Who Identify as LGBTQIA+: Navigating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Clinical, Academic, and Professional Roles. Phys Ther 2022;102(3):pzab280. doi:    
  4. Ross MH, McPherson K, Walters J. Inclusion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and Other Related Identities Content in Australian Physical Therapy Curricula: Perceived Barriers and Priorities for Inclusive Education. Journal of Physical Therapy Education 2023 doi:  
  5. Primeau CA, Vader K, Philpott HT, Xiong Y. A Need for Greater Emphasis on 2SLGBTQIA+ Health Among Physiotherapists in Canada. Physiother Can 2022;74(2):117-20. doi:   
  6. Brenner N, Ross MH, McLachlan E, McKinnon R, et al. Physiotherapy students’ education on, exposure to, and attitudes and beliefs about providing care for LGBTQIA+ patients: a cross-sectional study in the UK. European Journal of Physiotherapy 2022:1-9. doi: 
  7. Aird M, Walters JL, Ker A, Ross MH. People who identify as trans, non-binary or gender diverse can experience inclusive, culturally sensitive physical therapy while attending a gender-affirming clinic: qualitative study. medRxiv 2023:2023.10.10.23296844. doi: 



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