Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Differential effects of the Glasgow Coma Scale Score and its Components: An analysis of 54,069 patients with traumatic brain injury. Injury 48(9), 1932-1943.
  2. & Long-term health status and trajectories of seriously injured patients: A population-based longitudinal study. PLOS Medicine 14(7), e1002322
  3. & Population incidence of pedestrian traffic injury in high-income countries: A systematic review. Injury 48(7), 1331-1338.
  4. & Measuring the effectiveness of in-hospital and on-base Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth (P.A.R.T.Y.) programs on reducing alcohol related harms in naval trainees: P.A.R.T.Y. Defence study protocol. BMC Public Health 17(1)
  5. & Routine Inclusion of Long-term Functional and Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) into Trauma Registries. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 1
  6. & Patient reported health related quality of life early outcomes at 12 months after surgically managed tibial plafond fracture. Injury 48(4), 946-953.
  7. & Outcomes of halo immobilization in the management of subaxial cervical facet fractures. ANZ Journal of Surgery 87(3), 159-164.
  8. & Twelve-month work–related outcomes following hip fracture in patients under 65 years of age. Injury 48(3), 701-707.
  9. & Social activity and relationship changes experienced by people with bowel and bladder dysfunction following spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord
  10. et. al. Impact of trauma system structure on injury outcomes: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 6(1)
  11. & Mortality, functional and return to work outcomes of major trauma patients injured from deliberate self-harm. Injury 48(1), 184-194.
  12. & Do non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs impair fracture healing? A survey of Australian orthopaedic surgeons. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research 47(5), 393-395.
  13. & Experiences of hospital readmission and receiving formal carer services following spinal cord injury: a qualitative study to identify needs. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-7.
  14. & Female patients display poorer burn-specific quality of life 12 months after a burn injury. Injury 48(1), 87-93.
  15. & Health State Preference Weights for the Glasgow Outcome Scale Following Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review and Mapping Study. Value in Health 20(1), 141-151.
  16. & A review of the revised Functional Capacity Index as a predictor of 12 month outcomes following injury.
  17. & Predictors of moderate to severe fatigue 12 months following admission to hospital for burn: Results from the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand (BRANZ) Long Term Outcomes project. Burns 42(8), 1652-1661.
  18. & Bicycling crash characteristics: An in-depth crash investigation study. Accident Analysis & Prevention 96, 219-227.
  19. & Subsequent Injury Study (SInS): Improving outcomes for injured New Zealanders. Injury Prevention, injuryprev-2016-042193
  20. & Twelve-month mortality and functional outcomes in hip fracture patients under 65 years of age. Injury 47(10), 2182-2188.
  21. & Twelve-month outcomes following surgical repair of the Achilles tendon. Injury 47(10), 2370-2374.
  22. & The reliability of shoulder range of motion measures in competitive swimmers. Physical Therapy in Sport 21, 26-30.
  23. & Scientific evidence is just the starting point: A generalizable process for developing sports injury prevention interventions. Journal of Sport and Health Science 5(3), 334-341.
  24. & Disability weights based on patient-reported data from a multinational injury cohort. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 94(11), 806-816C.
  25. & Profile and costs of secondary conditions resulting in emergency department presentations and readmission to hospital following traumatic spinal cord injury. Injury 47(8), 1847-1855.
  26. & Caregiver Reports of Children’s Activity Participation Following Serious Injury. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13(7), 652
  27. & Interobserver agreement of Neer and AO classifications for proximal humeral fractures. ANZ Journal of Surgery 86(4), 280-284.
  28. et. al. Measuring the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in 188 countries: a baseline analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1813-1850.
  29. et. al. Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) for 315 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE), 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1603-1658.
  30. et. al. Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 310 diseases and injuries, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet 388(10053), 1545-1602.
  31. & Classifying, measuring and improving the quality of data in trauma registries: A review of the literature. Injury 47(3), 559-567.
  32. & The evolution of multiagency partnerships for safety over the course of research engagement: experiences from the NoGAPS project. Injury Prevention, injuryprev-2015-041922
  33. & We have the programme, what next? Planning the implementation of an injury prevention programme. Injury Prevention, injuryprev-2015-041737
  34. & Trends in severe traumatic brain injury in Victoria, 2006–2014. The Medical Journal of Australia 204(11), 407
  35. & A Binational Multicenter Pilot Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial of Early Goal-Directed Mobilization in the ICU*. Critical Care Medicine 44(6), 1145-1152.
  36. & Clinicians’ perceptions of decision-making regarding discharge from public hospitals to in-patient rehabilitation following trauma.. Australian Health Review
  37. & Hospital case volume and outcomes for proximal femoral fractures in the USA: an observational study. BMJ Open 6(4), e010743
  38. & Discharge from the acute hospital: trauma patients. Australian Health Review
  39. & Quality of care for patients with a fracture of the hip in major trauma centres: a national observational study. The Bone & Joint Journal 98-B(3), 414-419.
  40. & The Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand: progressing the evidence base for burn care. The Medical Journal of Australia 204(5), 195
  41. & Sports Injury Surveillance Systems: A Review of Methods and Data Quality. Sports Medicine 46(1), 49-65.
  42. & An interview of trauma registry custodians to determine lessons learnt. Injury 47(1), 116-124.
  43. & Return to Work and Functional Outcomes After Major Trauma. Annals of Surgery 263(4), 623-632.
  44. & Quality of care for patients with a fracture of the hip in major trauma centres: a national observational study. The Bone & Joint Journal 98-B(3), 414-419.
  45. & Trampoline related injuries in adults. Injury 47(1), 192-196.
  46. & Inter-rater agreement on assessment of outcome within a trauma registry. Injury 47(1), 130-134.
  47. & Defining major trauma using the 2008 Abbreviated Injury Scale. Injury 47(1), 109-115.
  48. & Level of agreement between patient-reported EQ-5D responses and EQ-5D responses mapped from the SF-12 in an injury population. Population Health Metrics 13(1)
  49. & Evaluation of a complex, population-based injury claims management intervention for improving injury outcomes: study protocol. BMJ Open 5(5), e006900-e006900.
  50. & Injuries in community-level Australian football: Results from a club-based injury surveillance system. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 18(6), 651-655.
  51. & Medical-Attention Injuries in Community Australian Football. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 25(2), 162-172.
  52. et. al. Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks in 188 countries, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 386(10010), 2287-2323.
  53. Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 301 acute and chronic diseases and injuries in 188 countries, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. The Lancet 386(9995), 743-800.
  54. & Impact of the introduction of an integrated adult retrieval service on major trauma outcomes. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(11), 833-839.
  55. & Health status and return to work in trauma patients at 3 and 6 months post-discharge: an Australian major trauma centre study. European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery
  56. & The impact of road traffic injury in North India: a mixed-methods study protocol: Table 1. BMJ Open 5(8), e008884
  57. & How well do principal diagnosis classifications predict disability 12 months postinjury?. Injury Prevention 21(e1), e120-e126.
  58. & Long term outcomes data for the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand: Is it feasible?. Burns 41(8), 1732-1740.
  59. et. al. Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 306 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE) for 188 countries, 1990–2013: quantifying the epidemiological transition. The Lancet 386(10009), 2145-2191.
  60. et. al. Understanding burn injuries in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: protocol for a prospective cohort study: Table 1. BMJ Open 5(10), e009826
  61. & Retrieval Rapid Emergency Medical Score in retrieval medicine. Emergency Medicine Australasia 27(6), 584-589.
  62. & Incremental cost-effectiveness of trauma service improvements for road trauma casualties: experience of an Australian major trauma centre. Australian Health Review
  63. & Functional and return to work outcomes following major trauma involving severe pelvic ring fracture. ANZ Journal of Surgery 85(10), 749-754.
  64. & RESTORE: REcovery after Serious Trauma—Outcomes, Resource use and patient Experiences study protocol. Injury Prevention 21(5), 348-354.
  65. & Trauma registry methodology: A survey of trauma registry custodians to determine current approaches. Injury 46(2), 201-206.
  66. & Reduced Population Burden of Road Transport–related Major Trauma After Introduction of an Inclusive Trauma System. Annals of Surgery 261(3), 565-572.
  67. & Outpatient presentations to burn centers: Data from the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand outpatient pilot project. Burns 41(3), 446-453.
  68. & Injury surveillance in community sport: Can we obtain valid data from sports trainers?. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 25(3), 315-322.
  69. & Bridging the Gap Between Content and Context. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 25(3), 221-229.
  70. & Association between perception of fault for the crash and function, return to work and health status 1 year after road traffic injury: a registry-based cohort study. BMJ Open 5(11), e009907
  71. & Unplanned Transfer to Emergency Departments for Frail Elderly Residents of Aged Care Facilities: A Review of Patient and Organizational Factors. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 16(7), 551-562.
  72. & RESTORE: REcovery after Serious Trauma—Outcomes, Resource use and patient Experiences study protocol. Injury Prevention 21(5), 348-354.
  73. & Safer cycling in the urban road environment: study approach and protocols guiding an Australian study. Injury Prevention 21(1), e3-e3.
  74. & When ‘just doing it’ is not enough: Assessing the fidelity of player performance of an injury prevention exercise program. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 18(3), 272-277.
  75. et. al. The global burden of injury: incidence, mortality, disability-adjusted life years and time trends from the Global Burden of Disease study 2013. Injury Prevention, injuryprev-2015-041616
  76. & Validating a Simple Discharge Planning Tool Following Hospital Admission for an Isolated Lower Limb Fracture. Physical Therapy 94(7), 1005-1013.
  77. & Long-Term Outcomes of Patients Receiving a Massive Transfusion After Trauma. Shock 42(4), 307-312.
  78. & Implementing injury surveillance systems alongside injury prevention programs: evaluation of an online surveillance system in a community setting. Injury Epidemiology 1(1)
  79. & A systematic review of outcomes following emergency transfer to hospital for residents of aged care facilities. Age and Ageing 43(6), 759-766.
  80. & Deriving a prediction rule for short stay admission in trauma patients admitted at a major trauma centre in Australia. Emergency Medicine Journal 31(4), 263-267.
  81. & Patellofemoral osteoarthritis is prevalent and associated with worse symptoms and function after hamstring tendon autograft ACL reconstruction. British Journal of Sports Medicine 48(6), 435-439.
  82. & A trauma quality improvement programme associated with improved patient outcomes: 21 years of experience at an Australian Major Trauma Centre. Injury 45(5), 830-834.
  83. & Injury reporting via SMS text messaging in community sport. Injury Prevention 20(4), 266-271.
  84. & Predictors of health status and health-related quality of life 12 months after severe burn. Burns 40(4), 568-574.
  85. & Patterns of recovery over 12 months following a burn injury in Australia. Injury 45(9), 1459-1464.
  86. & Factors influencing social and health outcomes after motor vehicle crash injury: an inception cohort study protocol. BMC Public Health 14(1), 199
  87. & The impact of sport and active recreation injuries on physical activity levels at 12 months post-injury. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 24(2), 377-385.
  88. & Validating and Improving Injury Burden Estimates Study: the Injury-VIBES study protocol. Injury Prevention 20(3), e4-e4.
  89. & Financial and employment impacts of serious injury: A qualitative study. Injury 45(9), 1445-1451.
  90. & A Comparison of Functional Outcome in Patients Sustaining Major Trauma: A Multicentre, Prospective, International Study. PLoS ONE 9(8), e103396
  91. & The association between hospitalisation for childhood head injury and academic performance: evidence from a population e-cohort study. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 68(5), 466-470.
  92. & Triaging the right patient to the right place in the shortest time. British Journal of Anaesthesia 113(2), 226-233.
  93. & Association between the Number of Injuries Sustained and 12-Month Disability Outcomes: Evidence from the Injury-VIBES Study. PLoS ONE 9(12), e113467
  94. & Comparison of measures of comorbidity for predicting disability 12-months post-injury. BMC Health Services Research 13(1), 30
  95. & Comparison of the serious injury pattern of adult bicyclists, between South-West Netherlands and the State of Victoria, Australia 2001–2009. Injury 44(6), 848-854.
  96. & The imaging and classification of severe pelvic ring fractures: Experiences from two level 1 trauma centres. The Bone & Joint Journal 95-B(10), 1396-1401.
  97. & Priorities for Investment in Injury Prevention in Community Australian Football. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 23(6), 430-438.
  98. & Level of agreement between prehospital and emergency department vital signs in trauma patients. Emergency Medicine Australasia, n/a-n/a.
  99. & Predictors of transfer to rehabilitation for trauma patients admitted to a level 1 trauma centre—A model derivation and internal validation study. Injury 44(11), 1551-1555.
  100. & Could Targeted Exercise Programmes Prevent Lower Limb Injury in Community Australian Football?. Sports Medicine 43(8), 751-763.
  101. & Patient perspectives of care in a regionalised trauma system: lessons from the Victorian State Trauma System. The Medical Journal of Australia 198(3), 149-152.
  102. & Importance of functional and quality of life outcomes in trauma. The Surgeon 11(2), 114
  103. & Evaluating Time Points for Measuring Recovery After Major Trauma in Adults. Annals of Surgery 257(1)-172.
  104. & Does recall of preinjury disability change over time?. Injury Prevention 19(4), 238-243.
  105. & Mapping Abbreviated Injury Scale data from 1990 to 1998 versions: A stepping-stone in the contemporary evaluation of trauma. Injury 44(11), 1437-1442.
  106. & Health professionals' perceptions of musculoskeletal injury and injury risk factors in Australian triathletes: A factor analysis. Physical Therapy in Sport 14(4), 207-212.
  107. & The Perception of Injury Risk and Safety in Triathlon Competition. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 23(1), 70-73.
  108. et. al. Common values in assessing health outcomes from disease and injury: disability weights measurement study for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet 380(9859), 2129-2143.
  109. & Developing the first Bi-National clinical quality registry for burns—Lessons learned so far. Burns 38(1), 52-60.
  110. et. al. Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet 380(9859), 2197-2223.
  111. & Discharge destination following lower limb fracture: Development of a prediction model to assist with decision making. Injury 43(6), 829-834.
  112. & Evaluation of a compensation claims management intervention for improving recovery from traumatic injury. Injury 43(9), 1335-1336.
  113. & Health care utilisation following hospitalisation for transport-related injury. Injury 43(9), 1600-1605.
  114. & Indicators of the quality of trauma care and the performance of trauma systems. British Journal of Surgery 99(S1), 97-104.
  115. & Level of agreement between patient and proxy responses to the EQ-5D health questionnaire 12 months after injury. The Journal of Trauma Injury Infection and Critical Care 72(4), 1102-1105.
  116. & Measuring the Population Burden of Fatal and Nonfatal Injury. Epidemiologic Reviews 34(1), 17-31.
  117. & Paediatric and adolescent trauma care within an integrated trauma system. Injury 43(12), 2006-2011.
  118. & Re: Mitchell R, Watson W, Curtis K, Harris I, McDougall P. Difficulties in establishing long-term trauma outcomes data collections. Could trauma outcomes be routinely monitored in New South Wales, Australia: Piloting a 3 month follow-up? doi:10.1016/j.injury.2011.01.006. Injury 43(7), 1229-1230.
  119. & Reductions in transport mortality in Australia: Evidence of a public health success. Accident Analysis & Prevention 49, 520-524.
  120. & Return to pre-injury health status and function 12 months after hospitalisation for sport and active recreation related orthopaedic injury. Injury Prevention 18(6), 377-384.
  121. & Shoulder pain in swimmers: A 12-month prospective cohort study of incidence and risk factors. Physical Therapy in Sport 13(4), 243-249.
  122. & Trends in sport and active recreation injuries resulting in major trauma or death in adults in Victoria, Australia, 2001–2007. Injury 43(9), 1527-1533.
  123. et. al. Years lived with disability (YLDs) for 1160 sequelae of 289 diseases and injuries 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet 380(9859), 2163-2196.
  124. & Advances and future directions for management of trauma patients with musculoskeletal injuries. The Lancet 380(9847)-1119.
  125. & Improved Functional Outcomes for Major Trauma Patients in a Regionalized, Inclusive Trauma System. Annals of Surgery 255(6)-1015.
  126. & The Effect of an Organized Trauma System on Mortality in Major Trauma Involving Serious Head Injury. Annals of Surgery 253(1)-143.
  127. & Comparison of Mortality Following Hospitalisation for Isolated Head Injury in England and Wales, and Victoria, Australia. PLoS ONE 6(5), e20545
  128. & Groin pain and hip range of motion is different in Indigenous compared to non-indigenous young Australian football players. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 14(4), 283-286.
  129. & Measuring common outcome measures and their concepts using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) in adults with burn injury: A systematic review. Burns 37(6), 913-924.
  130. & Measuring functional and quality of life outcomes following major head injury: Common scales and checklists. Injury 42(3), 281-287.
  131. & Measuring the Population Burden of Injuries—Implications for Global and National Estimates: A Multi-centre Prospective UK Longitudinal Study. PLoS Medicine 8(12), e1001140
  132. & Modelling Long Term Disability following Injury: Comparison of Three Approaches for Handling Multiple Injuries. PLoS ONE 6(9), e25862
  133. & Predictors of mortality following severe pelvic ring fracture: Results of a population-based study. Injury 42(10), 985-991.
  134. & Profile, transport and outcomes of severe burns patients within an inclusive, regionalized trauma system. ANZ Journal of Surgery 81(10), 725-730.
  135. & Towards a national sports safety strategy: addressing facilitators and barriers towards safety guideline uptake. Injury Prevention 17(3), 1-10.
  136. & Validity of outcome measures used to assess one and six month outcomes in orthopaedic trauma patients. Injury 42(12), 1443-1448.
  137. & Professional practice and innovation: Level of agreement between coding sources of percentage total body surface area burnt (%TBSA). Health Information Management Journal 40
  138. & Towards a national sports safety strategy: addressing facilitators and barriers towards safety guideline uptake.. Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention 17
  139. & Does access to compensation have an impact on recovery outcomes after injury?. Medical Journal of Australia 193
  140. & Population-based capture of long-term functional and quality of life outcomes after major trauma: the experiences of the Victorian State Trauma Registry.. The Journal of trauma 69
  141. & A Profile of Injuries in Athletes Seeking Treatment During a Triathlon Race Series. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 38(5), 1007-1014.
  142. & Clinical predictors of time to return to competition and of recurrence following hamstring strain in elite Australian footballers. British Journal of Sports Medicine 44(6), 415-419.
  143. & Evaluation of Instruments for Measuring the Burden of Sport and Active Recreation Injury. Sports Medicine 40(2), 141-161.
  144. & Management of spleen injuries: the current profile. ANZ Journal of Surgery 80(3), 157-161.
  145. & Missing in Action: A Case Study of the Application of Methods for Dealing With Missing Data to Trauma System Benchmarking. Academic Emergency Medicine 17(10), 1122-1129.
  146. & Motorcycle-related major trauma: On-road versus off-road incidence and profile of cases. Emergency Medicine Australasia 22(5), 470-476.
  147. & Predicting trauma patient mortality: ICD [or ICD-10-AM] versus AIS based approaches. ANZ Journal of Surgery 80(11), 802-806.
  148. & The association between hip and groin injuries in the elite junior football years and injuries sustained during elite senior competition. British Journal of Sports Medicine 44(11), 799-802.
  149. & Tram-related trauma in Melbourne, Victoria. Emergency Medicine Australasia 22(4), 337-342.
  150. & Predictors of in-hospital mortality and 6-month functional outcomes in older adults after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. Injury 40(9), 973-977.
  151. & Predictors of Moderate or Severe Pain 6 Months After Orthopaedic Injury: A Prospective Cohort Study. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 23(2), 139-144.
  152. & The effect of compensation claims on outcomes after injury. Injury 40(9), 905-906.
  153. & The epidemiology of burn injuries in an Australian setting, 2000–2006. Burns 35(8), 1124-1132.
  154. & Bicycling injuries and mortality in Victoria, 2001-2006. Medical Journal of Australia 190
  155. & Incidence and outcomes of major trauma assaults: A population-based study in Victoria. Medical Journal of Australia 190
  156. & A statewide system of trauma care in Victoria: Effect on patient survival. Medical Journal of Australia 189
  157. & A prospective cohort study of the incidence of injuries among junior Australian football players: evidence for an effect of playing-age level. British Journal of Sports Medicine 42(6), 441-446.
  158. & MANAGEMENT AND HOSPITAL OUTCOME OF THE SEVERELY HEAD INJURED ELDERLY PATIENT. ANZ Journal of Surgery 78(7), 588-592.
  159. & Outcomes of isolated tibial shaft fractures treated at level 1 trauma centres. Injury 39(2), 187-195.
  160. & Prehospital Prediction of the Severity of Blunt Anatomic Injury. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care 64(3), 754-760.
  161. & The incidence of heat casualties in sprint triathlon: The tale of two Melbourne race events. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 11(1), 52-57.
  162. & Triathlon related musculoskeletal injuries: The status of injury prevention knowledge. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 11(4), 396-406.
  163. & Twelve-Month Outcomes of Serious Orthopaedic Sport and Active Recreation-Related Injuries Admitted to Level 1 Trauma Centers in Melbourne, Australia. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 18(5), 387-393.
  164. & Functional Measures at Discharge. Annals of Surgery 247(5)-859.
  165. & Is there an association between self-reported warm-up behaviour and golf related injury in female golfers?. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 10(1), 66-71.
  166. & Measuring quality in trauma care. Injury 38(5), 527-537.
  167. & Preinjury Status: Are Orthopaedic Trauma Patients Different Than the General Population?. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 21(4), 223-228.
  168. & Priorities for reducing the burden of injuries in sport: The example of Australian football. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 10(5), 273-276.
  169. & Can the modified functional independence measure be reliably obtained from the patient medical record by different raters?. The Journal of trauma 63
  170. & Ladders revisited. Medical Journal of Australia 186
  171. & Priorities for reducing the burden of injuries in sport: The example of Australian Football [1]. Medical Journal of Australia 186
  172. & The relationship between compensable status and long-term patient outcomes following orthopaedic trauma. Medical Journal of Australia 187
  173. & Use of health care services 6 months following major trauma.. Australian health review : a publication of the Australian Hospital Association 31
  174. & A Comparison of Self-Reported and Independently Observed Disability in an Orthopedic Trauma Population. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care 61(6), 1447-1452.
  175. & A pilot randomised controlled trial of eccentric exercise to prevent hamstring injuries in community-level Australian Football. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 9(1-2), 103-109.
  176. & Assessing outcomes in paediatric trauma populations. Injury 37(12), 1185-1196.
  177. & Does the disabilities of the arm, shoulder and hand (DASH) scoring system only measure disability due to injuries to the upper limb?. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - British Volume 88(4), 524-527.
  178. & Does warming up prevent injury in sport?. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 9(3), 214-220.
  179. & Models developed by three techniques did not achieve acceptable prediction of binary trauma outcomes. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 59(1), 26-35.
  180. & Opportunities for prevention of golfing injuries. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 13(1), 46-48.
  181. & OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS WITH ORTHOPAEDIC TRAUMA ADMITTED TO LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTRES. ANZ Journal of Surgery 76(7), 600-606.
  182. & Predictors of hamstring injury at the elite level of Australian football. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 16(1), 7-13.
  183. Re: A new framework for research leading to sports injury prevention. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 9(1-2), 10
  184. & Reply to Hoskins and Pollard. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 9(6), 507
  185. & Teaching landing skills in elite junior Australian football: evaluation of an injury prevention strategy * COMMENTARY. British Journal of Sports Medicine 40(10), 834-838.
  186. & The importance of quality of survival as an outcome measure for an integrated trauma system. Injury 37(12), 1178-1184.
  187. & Why are older Australian football players at greater risk of hamstring injury?. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 9(4), 327-333.
  188. & Choosing Outcome Assessment Instruments for Trauma Registries. Academic Emergency Medicine 12(8), 751-758.
  189. & Does the Presence of an Upper Extremity Injury Affect Outcomes after Major Trauma?. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care 58(6), 1175-1178.
  190. & Golf injuries - common and potentially avoidable. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 8(2), 163-170.
  191. & Incidence of serious injury and death during sport and recreation activities in Victoria, Australia. British Journal of Sports Medicine 39(8), 573-577.
  192. & Is paramedic judgement useful in prehospital trauma triage?. Injury 36(11), 1298-1305.
  193. & Is the Charlson Comorbidity Index Useful for Predicting Trauma Outcomes?. Academic Emergency Medicine 12(4), 318-321.
  194. & Outcome instruments for the assessment of the upper extremity following trauma: a review. Injury 36(4), 468-476.
  195. & Predictors of mortality, length of stay and discharge destination in blunt trauma. ANZ Journal of Surgery 75(8), 650-656.
  196. & Prehospital Prediction of Intensive Care Unit Stay and Mortality in Blunt Trauma Patients. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care 59(2), 458-465.
  197. & Risk factors for hamstring injuries in community level Australian football. British Journal of Sports Medicine 39(2), 106-110.
  198. & The Trauma Registry as a Statewide Quality Improvement Tool. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care 59(6), 1469-1476.
  199. & Children's misadventures with golfing equipment.. International journal of injury control and safety promotion 12
  200. & The trauma registry as a statewide quality improvement tool.. The Journal of trauma. 59
  201. & Reliability of common lower extremity musculoskeletal screening tests. Physical Therapy in Sport 5
  202. & Developing Australia's first statewide trauma registry: what are the lessons?. ANZ Journal of Surgery 74(6), 424-428.
  203. & Predictors of Lower Extremity Injuries at the Community Level of Australian Football. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 14(2), 56-63.
  204. & TRISS: Does It Get Better than This?. Academic Emergency Medicine 11(2), 181-186.
  205. & Does community-level Australian football support injury prevention research?. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 6(2), 231-236.
  206. & How valid is a self reported 12 month sports injury history?. British Journal of Sports Medicine 37(6), 545-547.
  207. & IS THE REVISED TRAUMA SCORE STILL USEFUL?. ANZ Journal of Surgery 73(11), 944-948.
  208. & The status of the Glasgow Coma Scale. Emergency Medicine Australasia 15(4), 353-360.
  209. & Australian football: Injury profile at the community level. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 5
  210. & A profile of Autralian football injuries presenting to sports medicine clinics. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 4
  211. & Who participates in the Get Fit to Ski program?. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 45