Current filters:

Start a new search
Add filters:

Use filters to refine the search results.

Results 31-40 of 70 (Search time: 0.012 seconds).
Item hits:
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2017Mortality reduction for fever, hyperglycemia, and swallowing nurse-initiated stroke intervention: QASC trial (Quality in Acute Stroke Care) follow-upMiddleton, S.; Coughlan, K.; Mnatzaganian, G.; Low Choy, N.; Dale, S.; Jammali-Blasi, A.; Levi, C.; Grimshaw, J.; Ward, J.; Cadilhac, D.; McElduff, P.; Hiller, J.; D'Este, C.
2015Informing disinvestment with limited evidence: cobalamin deficiency in the fatiguedMnatzaganian, G.; Karnon, J.; Moss, J.; Elshaug, A.; Metz, M.; Frank, O.; Hiller, J.
2012Education for contraceptive use by women after childbirthLopez, L.; Hiller, J.; Grimes, D.; Chen, M.
2012A qualitative study of ethical, medico-legal and clinical governance matters in Australian telehealth servicesWade, V.; Eliott, J.; Hiller, J.
2015Estimates of over-diagnosis of breast cancer due to population-based mammography screening in South Australia after adjustment for lead time effectsBeckmann, K.; Duffy, S.; Lynch, J.; Hiller, J.; Farshid, G.; Roder, D.
2016The utility of linked cancer registry and health administration data for describing system-wide outcomes and research: a BreastScreen exampleBuckley, E.; Sullivan, T.; Farshid, G.; Hiller, J.; Roder, D.
2012Length of stay in hospital and all-cause readmission following elective total joint replacement in elderly menMnatzaganian, G.; Ryan, P.; Norman, P.; Davidson, D.; Hiller, J.
2015A novel case-control design to estimate the extent of over-diagnosis of breast cancer due to organised population-based mammography screeningBeckmann, K.; Lynch, J.; Hiller, J.; Farshid, G.; Houssami, N.; Duffy, S.; Roder, D.
2015Relative benefit of a stage of change approach for the prevention of musculoskeletal pain and discomfort: a cluster randomised trialDoda, D.; Rothmore, P.; Pisaniello, D.; Briggs, N.; Stewart, S.; Mahmood, M.; Hiller, J.
2015Risk profile of breast cancer following atypical hyperplasia detected through organized screeningBuckley, E.; Sullivan, T.; Farshid, G.; Hiller, J.; Roder, D.