Caroline Fryer
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Self management programmes for quality of life in people with stroke
CE Fryer, JA Luker, MN McDonnell, SL Hillier
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016
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
Exercise class participation among residents in low-level residential aged care could be enhanced: a qualitative study
M Guerin, S Mackintosh, C Fryer
Australian journal of Physiotherapy 54 (2), 111-117, 2008
‘I understand all the major things’: how older people with limited English proficiency decide their need for a professional interpreter during health care after stroke
CE Fryer, SF Mackintosh, MJ Stanley, J Crichton
Ethnicity & Health 18 (6), 610-625, 2013
A qualitative study using the Theoretical Domains Framework to investigate why patients were or were not assessed for rehabilitation after stroke
EA Lynch, JA Luker, DA Cadilhac, CE Fryer, SL Hillier
Clinical Rehabilitation 31 (7), 966-977, 2017
How physiotherapists perceive, interpret, and respond to the ethical dimensions of practice: A qualitative study
C Delany, I Edwards, C Fryer
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 35 (7), 663-676, 2019
An approach to conducting cross-language qualitative research with people from multiple language groups
CE Fryer
An ethical approach to health promotion in physiotherapy practice
C Delany, C Fryer, G van Kessel
Health Promotion Journal of Australia 26 (3), 255-262, 2015
A balance screening tool for older people: Reliability and validity
S Mackintosh, N Datson, C Fryer
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 13 (12), 558-561, 2006
The effect of limited English proficiency on falls risk and falls prevention after stroke
C Fryer, S Mackintosh, F Batchelor, K Hill, C Said
Age and ageing 41 (1), 104-107, 2012
Predictors of self-perceived cultural responsiveness in entry-level physiotherapy students in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand
M Te, F Blackstock, C Fryer, P Gardner, L Geary, S Kuys, K McPherson, ...
BMC Medical Education 19, 1-10, 2019
Changes in physiotherapists’ perceptions of evidence-based practice after a year in the workforce: A mixed-methods study
M McEvoy, J Luker, C Fryer, LK Lewis
PloS one 15 (12), e0244190, 2020
For falls sake: Older carers' perceptions of falls and falls risk factors
S Mackintosh, C Fryer, M Sutherland
Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice 5 (3), 8, 2007
Home-based occupational therapy for adults with dementia and their informal caregivers: A systematic review
SE Raj, S Mackintosh, C Fryer, M Stanley
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy 75 (1), 7501205060p1-7501205060p27, 2021
shades of an ethical situation—international physiotherapists’ experiences of everyday ethics: A qualitative analysis
A Sturm, I Edwards, CE Fryer, R Roth
Physiother Theory Pract, 1-18, 2022
Scarcity of resources and inequity in access are frequently reported ethical issues for physiotherapists internationally: an observational study
C Fryer, A Sturm, R Roth, I Edwards
BMC Medical Ethics 22, 1-16, 2021
Exploring the social determinants of health outcomes for adults with low back pain or spinal cord injury and persistent pain: a mixed methods study
EL Karran, CE Fryer, JW Middleton, GL Moseley
The Journal of Pain 23 (9), 1461-1479, 2022
An interactive teaching module for increasing undergraduate physiotherapy students' cultural competence: A quantitative survey
C Fryer, S Edney, G van Kessel
Physiotherapy Research International 26 (1), e1880, 2021
A qualitative evaluation of scalpel skill teaching of podiatry students
RS Causby, MN McDonnell, L Reed, CE Fryer, SL Hillier
Journal of foot and ankle research 10, 1-14, 2017
Pain and pain management experiences following spinal cord injury–a mixed methods study of Australian community-dwelling adults
EL Karran, CE Fryer, JW Middleton, GL Moseley
Disability and Rehabilitation 45 (3), 455-468, 2023
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