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Project title: Discovering the determinants of and the behaviour change techniques (BCTs) used when, promoting non-treatment physical activity (NTPA) in Australian physiotherapy practice.
Year awarded: 2016
Project title: Establishing evidence-based minimum standards of practice expected for physiotherapists working within critical care in Australia and New Zealand.
Year awarded: 2012
PRF grant: Tagged Grant
Project title: The effect of physiotherapy on the prevention and treatment of nosocomial pneumonia for intensive care patients with acquired brain injury
Year awarded: 2001
PRF grant: Seeding Grant
Project title: Enhancing the readiness of new graduate physiotherapists for private practice: Academic, employer, and graduate perspectives
Year awarded: 2015
Project title: Does changing movement matter? Understanding the relationship between changes in movement, pain, activity limitation and psychological factors in persistent low back pain
Year awarded: 2017
PRF grant: Project Grant
Project title: The perceptions and experiences of children with lymphoedema and their families.
Year awarded: 2011
PRF grant: Tagged grant - Lymphoedema Association of Western Australia Research Grant
Project title: Effect of a pulmonary rehabilitation program of 8 weeks duration compared to 12 weeks on exercise capacity in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (PuRe Duration): A randomised controlled trial.
Project title: Evaluating a physiotherapist-led training program to improve residents’ mobility care in nursing homes: A feasibility study.
Year awarded: 2013
PRF grant: Seeding grant
Project title: Contracture after spinal cord injury – a prospective cohort study.
Year awarded: 2009
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