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Annie McCluskey
Occupational therapist, health services researcher, implementation scientist, clinical and research mentor, educator
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prof julie bernhardt, AM 10h
Delighted to be here at event in Sydney to celebrate Prof Iona Novak as a remarkable ‘woman of influence’
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OTA 13h
Have you seen our What is OT video yet? As part of our campaign for , we have produced a short video to offer a general overview of OT, exploring the diverse range of activities it supports people to engage in. Watch & share it here:
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Institute for Musculoskeletal Health 7h
Ever wondered where to find diagnostic accuracy studies relevant to the physiotherapy profession? DiTA, a database of Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies in physiotherapy. More info here 👇👇
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Kate Hayward 17h
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Kate Laver 16h
Honoured to receive the Norington Lecture award - thank you
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Annie McCluskey 7h
Congratulations
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OTA Oct 20
Happy ! Join us throughout the week (21-27 October) as we come together & shine a spotlight on how OTs support all people to engage in activities they find meaningful. And remember to tag your photos with to help raise awareness with your community! 🧑‍🤝‍🧑
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Dominique Cadilhac Oct 18
for stroke are now live - Australia first country to trial and implement as explained by Check them out on
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Isaac Padrón Afonso Oct 18
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Annie McCluskey Oct 19
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Dominique Cadilhac Oct 19
Prof Bruce Campbell provides details of the updated stroke guidelines for use of thrombolysis and now advantages for patients who wake with stroke.
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Sharon McGowan Oct 19
Prof Bruce Campbell highlights extended treatment time frame for thrombolysis in stroke. Updated in living stroke guidelines. We need more CT perfusion to enable regional patients to benefit from this research ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Annie McCluskey Oct 19
Well said Tasha. I’ve been at a presentation - as has and others - where my PPT slides including my photos have been presented without acknowledgement. Sometimes it’s due to honest ignorance about plagiarism; other times it’s downright plagiarism
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Sharon McGowan Oct 18
⁩ highlights the importance of engaging stroke survivors & carers in knowledge translation. Empowered & informed consumers can be the most powerful influencers of change, let’s do this together! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sharon McGowan Oct 18
⁩ describes knowledge translation in stroke rehab as “all breakthrough, no follow through!” Why is so little evidenced based research used on practice? ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Annie McCluskey Oct 19
Point taken Ben
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Stroke Tattler Oct 19
Not so offended by "my patient" but really offended by referrals to "your stroke deficits", "stroke "victims" & prevention ads with the underlying message, "you don't want to be like that".
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💧 Natasha Lannin Oct 19
Jess Nolan presenting on embedding outcome measures in busy clinical practice is challenging but team able to show service improvement (av 3pt improvement on UL-MAS)
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Dominique Cadilhac Oct 18
providing insights to and for stroke rehabilitation at
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Annie McCluskey Oct 19
a study to look out for. is Ashan’s work in the publication pipeline yet? Nice work.
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