Shylie Mackintosh
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Does the ‘Otago exercise programme’reduce mortality and falls in older adults?: a systematic review and meta-analysis
S Thomas, S Mackintosh, J Halbert
Age and ageing 39 (6), 681-687, 2010
Oral testosterone supplementation increases muscle and decreases fat mass in healthy elderly males with low–normal gonadal status
GA Wittert, IM Chapman, MT Haren, S Mackintosh, P Coates, JE Morley
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2003
Falls after stroke
FA Batchelor, SF Mackintosh, CM Said, KD Hill
International Journal of Stroke 7 (6), 482-490, 2012
Balance score and a history of falls in hospital predict recurrent falls in the 6 months following stroke rehabilitation
SF Mackintosh, KD Hill, KJ Dodd, PA Goldie, EG Culham
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 87 (12), 1583-1589, 2006
Falls and injury prevention should be part of every stroke rehabilitation plan
SFH Mackintosh, K Hill, KJ Dodd, P Goldie, E Culham
Clinical rehabilitation 19 (4), 441-451, 2005
Functional balance assessment of older community dwelling adults: A systematic review of the literature
FA Langley, SFH Mackintosh
Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice 5 (4), 13, 2007
What works in falls prevention after stroke? A systematic review and meta-analysis
F Batchelor, K Hill, S Mackintosh, C Said
Stroke 41 (8), 1715-1722, 2010
Aerobic exercise to improve cognitive function in adults with neurological disorders: a systematic review
MN McDonnell, AE Smith, SF Mackintosh
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 92 (7), 1044-1052, 2011
Paediatric flexible flat foot: how are we measuring it and are we getting it right? A systematic review
HA Banwell, ME Paris, S Mackintosh, CM Williams
Journal of foot and ankle research 11, 1-13, 2018
Foot orthoses for adults with flexible pes planus: a systematic review
HA Banwell, S Mackintosh, D Thewlis
Journal of foot and ankle research 7, 1-18, 2014
Falls incidence and factors associated with falling in older, community-dwelling, chronic stroke survivors (> 1 year after stroke) and matched controls
SFH Mackintosh, P Goldie, K Hill
Aging clinical and experimental research 17, 74-81, 2005
Risk factors for falls in people with a lower limb amputation: a systematic review
SW Hunter, F Batchelor, KD Hill, AM Hill, S Mackintosh, M Payne
Pm&r 9 (2), 170-180. e1, 2017
Effects of a multifactorial falls prevention program for people with stroke returning home after rehabilitation: a randomized controlled trial
FA Batchelor, KD Hill, SF Mackintosh, CM Said, CH Whitehead
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 93 (9), 1648-1655, 2012
Differences in foot kinematics between young and older adults during walking
JB Arnold, S Mackintosh, S Jones, D Thewlis
Gait & posture 39 (2), 689-694, 2014
The Functional Independence Measure
S Mackintosh
Australian Physiotherapy Association, 2009
Qualitative studies using in‐depth interviews with older people from multiple language groups: methodological systematic review
C Fryer, S Mackintosh, M Stanley, J Crichton
Journal of Advanced Nursing 68 (1), 22-35, 2012
Experiences of health care for older people who need support to live at home: a systematic review of the qualitative literature
A Gregory, S Mackintosh, S Kumar, C Grech
Geriatric Nursing 38 (4), 315-324, 2017
Technology in education: what is appropriate for rural and remote allied health professionals?
L Sheppard, S Mackintosh
Australian Journal of Rural Health 6 (4), 189-193, 1998
Consensus‐based recommendations of Australian podiatrists for the prescription of foot orthoses for symptomatic flexible pes planus in adults
HA Banwell, S Mackintosh, D Thewlis, KB Landorf
Journal of foot and ankle research 7 (1), 49, 2014
Developing physiotherapy student safety skills in readiness for clinical placement using standardised patients compared with peer-role play: a pilot non-randomised controlled trial
AC Phillips, SF Mackintosh, A Bell, KN Johnston
BMC medical education 17, 1-10, 2017
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