1st quarter publications

Journal articles 

  1. AlDossary S, Martin-Khan MG, Bradford NK, Armfield NR, Smith AC. The Development of a Telemedicine Planning Framework Based on Needs Assessment. J Med Syst. 2017;41(5):74.
  2. Bashi N, Karunanithi M, Fatehi F, Ding H, Walters D. Remote Monitoring of Patients With Heart Failure: An Overview of Systematic Reviews. J Med Internet Res. 2017;19(1):e18.
  3. Burns CL, Ward EC, Hill AJ, Kularatna S, Byrnes J, Kenny LM. Randomized controlled trial of a multisite speech pathology telepractice service providing swallowing and communication intervention to patients with head and neck cancer: Evaluation of service outcomes. Head Neck. 2017;39(5):932-9.
  4. Caffery LJ, Bradford NK, Wickramasinghe SI, Hayman N, Smith AC. Outcomes of using telehealth for the provision of healthcare to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: a systematic review. Aust N Z J Public Health. 2017;41(1):48-53.
  5. Caffery LJ, Taylor M, Gole G, Smith AC. Models of care in tele-ophthalmology: A scoping review. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017:1357633X17742182.
  6. Caffery LJ, Taylor M, North JB, Smith AC. Tele-orthopaedics: A snapshot of services in Australia. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(10):835-41.
  7. Clemensen J, Rothmann MJ, Smith AC, Caffery LJ, Danbjorg DB. Participatory design methods in telemedicine research. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017:1357633X16686747.
  8. Dullet NW, Geraghty EM, Kaufman T, Kissee JL, King J, Dharmar M, et al. Impact of a University-Based Outpatient Telemedicine Program on Time Savings, Travel Costs, and Environmental Pollutants. Value in Health. 2017;20(4).
  9. Edirippulige S, Armfield NR. Education and training to support the use of clinical telehealth: A review of the literature. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(2):273-82.
  10. Fatehi F, Gray LC, Russell AW. Mobile Health (mHealth) for Diabetes Care: Opportunities and Challenges. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2017;19(1):1-3.
  11. Finnane A, Curiel-Lewandrowski C, Wimberley G, Caffery L, Katragadda C, Halpern A, et al. Proposed Technical Guidelines for the Acquisition of Clinical Images of Skin-Related Conditions. JAMA dermatology. 2017.
  12. Finnane A, Dallest K, Janda M, Soyer HP. Teledermatology for the Diagnosis and Management of Skin Cancer: A Systematic Review. JAMA dermatology. 2017;153(3):319-27.
  13. Hwang R, Mandrusiak A, Morris NR, Peters R, Korczyk D, Bruning J, et al. Exploring patient experiences and perspectives of a heart failure telerehabilitation program: a mixed methods approach. Heart and Lung: The Journal of Acute and Critical Care. 2017.
  14. Hwang R, Mandrusiak A, Morris NR, Peters R, Korczyk D, Russell T. Assessing functional exercise capacity using telehealth: Is it valid and reliable in patients with chronic heart failure? Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(2):225-32.
  15. Janda M, Soyer P. Greater Precision in Melanoma Prevention. JAMA dermatology. 2017;153(1):18-9.
  16. Lyzwinski LN, Caffery LJ, Bambling M, Edirippulige S. Consumer perspectives on mHealth for weight loss: a review of qualitative studies. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017:1357633X17692722.
  17. Nelson M, Bourke M, Crossley K, Russell T. Telerehabilitation Versus Traditional Care Following Total Hip Replacement: A Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol. JMIR Res Protoc. 2017;6(3):e34.
  18. Ngoo A, Finnane A, McMeniman E, Tan JM, Janda M, Soyer HP. Efficacy of smartphone applications in high-risk pigmented lesions. Australas J Dermatol. 2017.
  19. Richardson BR, Truter P, Blumke R, Russell TG. Physiotherapy assessment and diagnosis of musculoskeletal disorders of the knee via telerehabilitation. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(1):88-95.
  20. Wade V, Gray L, Carati C. Theoretical frameworks in telemedicine research. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(1):181-7.
  21. Wall LR, Ward EC, Cartmill B, Hill AJ, Porceddu SV. Examining user perceptions of SwallowIT: A pilot study of a new telepractice application for delivering intensive swallowing therapy to head and neck cancer patients. Porceddu SV. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(1):53-9.
  22. Ward EC, Wall LR, Burns CL, Cartmill B, Hill AJ. Application of telepractice for head and neck cancer management: a review of speech language pathology service models. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017;25(3):169-74

Other publications

  1. Burns C. Enhancing access to specialist swallowing, speech, and voice intervention for patients with head and neck cancer: An evaluation of two new telepractice models [PhD]. Australia: The University of Queensland; 2017.
  2. Costa AP, Hirdes J, Arino-Blasco S, Berg K, Boscart V, Carpenter C, et al. interRAI Emergency Department (ED) Assessment System Manual: for use with the interRAI ED Screener (EDS) and ED Contact Assessment (ED-CA). Washington D.C.: interRAI; 2017. 102 p.
  3. Gray L, Ariño-Blasco S, Berg K, Fries BE, Heckman G, Jónsson PV, et al. InterRAI Acute Care for Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (AC-CGA) Assessment Form and User's Manual: interRAI; 2017.

 

2nd quarter publications

Journal articles

  1. Banbury A, Chamberlain D, Nancarrow S, Dart J, Gray L, Parkinson L. Can videoconferencing affect older people's engagement and perception of their social support in long-term conditions management: a social network analysis from the Telehealth Literacy Project. Health & Social Care in the Community. 2017;25(3):938-50.
  2. Caffery L, Bradford N, Meurer M, Smith A. Association between patient age, geographical location, Indigenous status and hospitalisation for oral and dental conditions in Queensland, Australia. Australian Journal of Primary Health. 2017;23(1):46-52.
  3. Caffery LJ, Smith AC, Bradford NK. Author's response to comment on "Accuracy of dental images for the diagnosis of dental caries and enamel defects in children and adolescents: A systematic review". Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(5):563.
  4. Cottrell MA, Hill AJ, O'Leary SP, Raymer ME, Russell TG. Patients are willing to use telehealth for the multidisciplinary management of chronic musculoskeletal conditions: A cross-sectional survey. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017:1357633x17706605.
  5. Edirippulige S. What do people think about their general practitioners? Survey results comparing public opinion over 40 years from a community in Sydney, Australia. Health and Primary Care. 2017;1(1):1-8.
  6. Freeman CR, Peel NM, Watts JN, Gaee‐Atefi TA, Caffery LJ, Hubbard RE, et al. Development of a protocol for telehealth Residential Medication Management Reviews to enable collaboration of pharmacists and geriatricians. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research. 2017;47(2):153-7.
  7. Hwang R, Bruning J, Morris NR, Mandrusiak A, Russell T. Home-based telerehabilitation is not inferior to a centre-based program in patients with chronic heart failure: a randomised trial. J Physiother. 2017;63(2):101-7.
  8. Wall LR, Ward EC, Cartmill B, Hill AJ, Porceddu SV. Adherence to a Prophylactic Swallowing Therapy Program During (Chemo) Radiotherapy: Impact of Service-Delivery Model and Patient Factors. Dysphagia. 2017;32(2):279-92.

Other publications

  1. Caffery L, Hobbs A, Hale-Robertson K, Smith AC. Telehealth substitution of rural outreach services: an economic analysis. In: Coleman L, editor. 14th National Rural Health Conference; Cairns, Queesnland, Australia2017.

3rd quarter publications

Journal articles

  1. Martin-Khan MG, Edwards H, Wootton R, Counsell SR, Varghese P, Lim WK, et al. Reliability of an Online Geriatric Assessment Procedure Using the interRAI Acute Care Assessment System. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2017;65(9):2029-36.
  2. Nelson MJ, Crossley KM, Bourke MG, Russell TG. Telerehabilitation Feasibility in Total Joint Replacement. Int J Telerehabil. 2017;9(2):31-8.
  3. Pitt R, Theodoros D, Hill AJ, Rodriguez AD, Russell T. The feasibility of delivering constraint-induced language therapy via the Internet. Digital Health. 2017;3:2055207617718767.
  4. Pitt R, Theodoros D, Hill AJ, Russell T. The development and feasibility of an online aphasia group intervention and networking program - TeleGAIN. Int J Speech Lang Pathol. 2017:1-14.

Other publications

  1. Edirippulige S, Bambling M, Fernandez P. Telemental Health Services for Indigenous Communities in Australia: A Work In Progress? In: Jefee-Bahloul H, Barkil-Oteo A, Augusterfer EF, editors. Telemental health in resource-limited global settings. London: Oxford University Press; 2017. p. 131-44.
  2. Edirippulige S, Marasinghe RB. Telemental Health Services in Sri Lanka. In: Jefee-Bahloul H, Barkil-Oteo A, Augusterfer EF, editors. Telemental health in resource-limited global settings. London: Oxford University Press; 2017. p. 105-16.
  3. Edirippulige S, Ozhegova LA, Ozhegov A. Factors influencing the development and the current status of telemedicine: Geographical perspective. In: Vahkrushev, editor. In Scientific Notes: Geography and Geology. Simferopol, CRIMEA: Federal University of Crimea named after V. I. Vernadski; 2017. p. 207-18. (in Russian)

4th quarter publications

Journal articles

  1. Brownlee GL, Caffery LJ, McBride CA, Patel B, Smith AC. Telehealth in paediatric surgery: Accuracy of clinical decisions made by videoconference. J Paediatr Child Health. 2017.
  2. Burkett E, Martin-Khan MG, Gray LC. Comparative emergency department resource utilisation across age groups. Australian Health Review : a publication of the Australian Hospital Association. 2017.
  3. Burns CL, Kularatna S, Ward EC, Hill AJ, Byrnes J, Kenny LM. Cost analysis of a speech pathology synchronous telepractice service for patients with head and neck cancer. Head Neck. 2017;39(12):2470-80.
  4. Caffery LJ, Martin-Khan M, Wade V. Mixed methods for telehealth research. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(9):764-9.
  5. Cotton Z, Russell T, Johnston V, Legge J. Training therapists to perform Pre-Employment Functional Assessments: A telerehabilitation approach. Work. 2017;57(4):475-82.
  6. Cottrell MA, Hill AJ, O'Leary SP, Raymer ME, Russell TG. Service provider perceptions of telerehabilitation as an additional service delivery option within an Australian neurosurgical and orthopaedic physiotherapy screening clinic: A qualitative study. Musculoskeletal science & practice. 2017;32:7-16.
  7. Hang D, Farhad F, W. RA, Mohan K, Anish M, Dominique B, et al. User Experience of an Innovative Mobile Health Program to Assist in Insulin Dose Adjustment: Outcomes of a Proof-of-Concept Trial. Telemedicine and e-Health. 2017;0(0):null.
  8. Fatehi F, Smith AC, Maeder A, Wade V, Gray LC. How to formulate research questions and design studies for telehealth assessment and evaluation. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(9):759-63.
  9. Ito J, Edirippulige S, Aono T, Armfield NR. The use of telemedicine for delivering healthcare in Japan: Systematic review of literature published in Japanese and English languages. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(10):828-34.
  10. Janda M, Soyer HP. Automated diagnosis of melanoma. The Medical Journal of Australia. 2017;207(8):361-2.
  11. Kidholm K, Clemensen J, Caffery LJ, Smith AC. The Model for Assessment of Telemedicine (MAST): A scoping review of empirical studies. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017:1357633X17721815.
  12. Langbecker D, Caffery LJ, Gillespie N, Smith AC. Using survey methods in telehealth research: A practical guide. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017:1357633X17721814.
  13. Menon A, Gray LC, Fatehi F, Darssan D, Bird D, Bennetts D, et al. A comparison of characteristics of patients seen in a tertiary hospital diabetes telehealth service versus specialist face-to-face outpatients. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(10):842-9.
  14. Russell TG, Martin-Khan M, Khan A, Wade V. Method-comparison studies in telehealth: Study design and analysis considerations. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(9):797-802.
  15. Smithers BM, Dunn J, Soyer HP. Whither melanoma in Australia? The Medical Journal of Australia. 2017;207(8):330-1.
  16. Snoswell C, Smith AC, Scuffham PA, Whitty JA. Economic evaluation strategies in telehealth: Obtaining a more holistic valuation of telehealth interventions. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(9):792-6.
  17. Taylor M, Caffery LJ, Scuffham PA, Smith AC. Economic modelling of telehealth substitution of face-to-face specialist outpatient consultations for Queensland correctional facilities. Australian Health Review. 2017.
  18. Wade V, Barnett AG, Martin-Khan M, Russell T. Designing quantitative telemedicine research. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(9):786-91.
  19. Wade V, Smith AC. Research methods and methodology in telemedicine. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2017;23(9):757-8.

Other publications

  1. Russell TG, & Theodoros, D.G. (2017).  In Rheuban, K., & Krupinski, E.A. (Eds.), . Rehabilitation. In: Education M-H, editor. Understanding Telehealth. New York, NY2017. p. 155-70.