Terry P Haines
Affiliation: Monash University
- Pragmatic, cluster randomized trial of a policy to introduce low-low beds to hospital wards for the prevention of falls and fall injuriesTerry P Haines
Physiotherapy Department, School of Primary Health Care, Monash University, Frankston, Australia
J Am Geriatr Soc 58:435-41. 2010..To evaluate the efficacy of a policy to introduce low-low beds for the prevention of falls and fall injuries on wards that had not previously accessed low-low beds...
- Cost-effectiveness analysis of screening for risk of in-hospital falls using physiotherapist clinical judgementTerry Haines
Department of Physiotherapy, Monash University, Cheltenham, Australia
Med Care 47:448-56. 2009..The economic implications of using a falls risk screening approach to deliver an effective falls prevention intervention have not previously been examined...
- Reference bias: presentation of extreme health states prior to EQ-VAS improves health-related quality of life scores. a randomised cross-over trialSteven McPhail
Centre for Functioning and Health Research, Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
Health Qual Life Outcomes 8:146. 2010..This study aimed to investigate whether patients give consideration to a standard health state rating scale (EQ-VAS) and whether consideration of good and poor health state descriptors immediately changes their self-report...
- Response shift, recall bias and their effect on measuring change in health-related quality of life amongst older hospital patientsSteven McPhail
Centre for Functioning, Disability and Health Research, Queensland Health, Buranda Plaza, Corner of Ipswich Road and Cornwall Street, Brisbane, Australia
Health Qual Life Outcomes 8:65. 2010..It also investigated this level of agreement after adjusting patient perceived change for recall bias that patients may have experienced...
- Telephone reliability of the Frenchay Activity Index and EQ-5D amongst older adultsSteven McPhail
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
Health Qual Life Outcomes 7:48. 2009....
- A protocol for an individualised, facilitated and sustainable approach to implementing current evidence in preventing falls in residential aged care facilitiesBetty Haralambous
Preventive and Public Health Division, National Ageing Research Institute, 34 54 Poplar Rd, Parkville 3052, Australia
BMC Geriatr 10:8. 2010..g. residents with dementia)...
- Are non-slip socks really 'non-slip'? An analysis of slip resistanceSatyan Chari
Safety and Quality Unit, Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital, Queensland Health, Queensland 4029, Australia
BMC Geriatr 9:39. 2009..This study compared the relative slip resistance of commercially available non-slip socks with other foot conditions, namely bare feet, compression stockings and conventional socks, in order to determine any traction benefit...
- Patient preference for falls prevention in hospitals revealed through willingness-to-pay, contingent valuation surveyTerry P Haines
Allied Health Clinical Research Unit, Southern Health, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia and Director of Research, Southern Physiotherapy Clinical School, Monash University Physiotherapy Department, Frankston, Victoria, Australia
J Eval Clin Pract 17:304-10. 2011..Patient preference for interventions aimed at preventing in-hospital falls has not previously been investigated. This study aims to contrast the amount patients are willing to pay to prevent falls through six intervention approaches...
- Multimodal exercise improves quality of life of women being treated for breast cancer, but at what cost? Randomized trial with economic evaluationTerry P Haines
Allied Health Clinical Research Unit, Kingston Centre, Southern Health, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192, Australia
Breast Cancer Res Treat 124:163-75. 2010..05-50.02% depending on approach). Provision of multimodal exercise programs will improve the short-term health of women undergoing adjuvant therapy for breast cancer but are of questionable economic efficiency...
- Dose-response relationship between physiotherapy resource provision with function and balance improvements in patients following stroke: a multi-centre observational studyTerry P Haines
Allied Health Clinical Research Unit, Southern Health, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia
J Eval Clin Pract 17:136-42. 2011..This study investigates the dose-response curves between physiotherapy service delivery variables and balance and function clinical outcomes...
- Inconsistent results in meta-analyses for the prevention of falls are found between study-level data and patient-level dataTerry P Haines
Southern Physiotherapy Clinical School, Physiotherapy Department, Monash University, Frankston, Victoria 3199, Australia
J Clin Epidemiol 64:154-62. 2011....
- Patient education to prevent falls among older hospital inpatients: a randomized controlled trialTerry P Haines
Allied Health Clinical Research Unit, Physiotherapy Department, Monash University and Southern Health, Kingston Centre, Kingston Road, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192, Australia
Arch Intern Med 171:516-24. 2011..Falls are a common adverse event during hospitalization of older adults, and few interventions have been shown to prevent them...
- Impact of Enhanced Primary Care on equitable access to and economic efficiency of allied health services: a qualitative investigationTerry P Haines
Allied Health Clinical Research Unit, Kingston Centre, Cnr Warrigal and Kingston Rds, Cheltenham, VIC 3192, Australia
Aust Health Rev 34:30-5. 2010..To evaluate new pathways to access allied health services introduced by the Enhanced Primary Care/Chronic Disease Management (EPC/CDM) initiative that may both increase or decrease equity to and efficiency in access...
- Effectiveness of a video-based exercise programme to reduce falls and improve health-related quality of life among older adults discharged from hospital: a pilot randomized controlled trialTerry P Haines
Physiotherapy Department, Allied Health Research Unit, Southern Physiotherapy School, Monash University, Cnr Warrigal and Kingston Roads, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192, Australia
Clin Rehabil 23:973-85. 2009..A low-cost video based exercise programme may address this...
- Documentation of in-hospital falls on incident reports: qualitative investigation of an imperfect processTerry P Haines
Department of Physiotherapy, School of Primary Health Care, Monash University, Frankston, Australia
BMC Health Serv Res 8:254. 2008....
- Evaluation of the effect of patient education on rates of falls in older hospital patients: description of a randomised controlled trialAnne Marie Hill
School of Primary Health Care, Monash University, Victoria 3800, Australia
BMC Geriatr 9:14. 2009....
- Changes in falls risk factors for geriatric diagnostic groups across inpatient, outpatient and domiciliary rehabilitation settingsGreg Morrison
Physiotherapy Department, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia
Disabil Rehabil 33:900-7. 2011..To compare falls event rates and risk factors for falls across three rehabilitation settings...
- Inconsistency in classification and reporting of in-hospital fallsTerry P Haines
Southern Physiotherapy School, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
J Am Geriatr Soc 57:517-23. 2009....
- Local adaptation and evaluation of a falls risk prevention approach in acute hospitalsWilleke Walsh
Sunshine Hospital Community Based Rehabilitation Centre, Western Health, St Albans, Victoria, Australia
Int J Qual Health Care 23:134-41. 2011..To determine whether locally adapting a falls risk factor assessment tool results in an instrument with clinimetric properties sufficient to support an acute hospital's falls prevention program...
- Cost per fall: a potentially misleading indicator of burden of disease in health and residential care settingsTerry P Haines
Southern Physiotherapy Clinical School, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
J Eval Clin Pract 19:153-61. 2013....
- Program-related factors are associated with adherence to group exercise interventions for the prevention of falls: a systematic reviewLucy McPhate
Physiotherapy Department, Monash University
J Physiother 59:81-92. 2013..What factors are associated with adherence of older adults to group exercise interventions for the prevention of falls? What is the relationship between adherence and the falls prevention efficacy of the intervention?..
- The influence of protection, palliation and costs on mobility optimization of residents in nursing homes: a thematic analysis of discourseJanice Taylor
Monash University, Melbourne, Nursing and Health Sciences, Notting Hill, Victoria, Australia
Int J Nurs Stud 49:1364-74. 2012..The aim of this study was to uncover discourse relevant to resident mobility optimization to enable the origins and reasoning behind existing and intersecting policy and practice to be critically appraised...
- Mobility has a non-linear association with falls risk among people in residential aged care: an observational studyAnna L Barker
School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Australia
J Physiother 58:117-25. 2012..What is the association between mobility and falls risk for people living in residential aged care? Can the Physical Mobility Scale discriminate between residents at risk of falling and those not at risk?..
- Cost effectiveness of patient education for the prevention of falls in hospital: economic evaluation from a randomized controlled trialTerry P Haines
Allied Health Research Unit, Southern Health, Corner of Warrigal and Kingston Roads, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192, Australia
BMC Med 11:135. 2013..There is need to identify cost-effective means for preventing falls in hospitals. Hospital-based falls prevention interventions tested in randomized trials have not yet been subjected to economic evaluation...
- Adherence to and efficacy of home exercise programs to prevent falls: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of exercise program characteristicsEmily M Simek
Monash University, Physiotherapy Department, McMahons Road, Frankston, Victoria, 3199, Australia
Prev Med 55:262-75. 2012..To determine whether adherence to home exercise interventions for the prevention of falls in older adults relates to home exercise program characteristics and intervention efficacy...
- Design-related bias in hospital fall risk screening tool predictive accuracy evaluations: systematic review and meta-analysisTerry P Haines
Physiotherapy Department, GARU, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 62:664-72. 2007..Design-related bias in evaluations of tool predictive accuracy could lead to overoptimistic results, which would then contribute to program failure in practice...
- Retrospective study of the effects of inpatient rehabilitation on improving and maintaining functional independence in people with Friedreich ataxiaSarah C Milne
Department of Physiotherapy, Kingston Centre, Southern Health, Cheltenham, Australia
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 93:1860-3. 2012..To determine the effects of inpatient intervention for people with Friedreich ataxia (FRDA), and to identify whether improvements gained were sustained postdischarge...
- A protocol for evidence-based targeting and evaluation of statewide strategies for preventing falls among community-dwelling older people in Victoria, AustraliaLesley Day
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Inj Prev 17:e3. 2011..The challenge now is to deliver the most effective interventions efficiently at a population level, and for these interventions to be taken up by older people...
- Additional exercise for older subacute hospital inpatients to prevent falls: benefits and barriers to implementation and evaluationTerry P Haines
Physiotherapy Department, GARU, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
Clin Rehabil 21:742-53. 2007..To evaluate the clinical effectiveness and implementation of a falls prevention exercise programme for preventing falls in the subacute hospital setting...
- Translation of falls prevention knowledge into action in hospitals: what should be translated and how should it be done?Terry P Haines
Allied Health Research Unit, Southern Health, Kingston Centre, Kingston Rd, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia, 3192
J Safety Res 42:431-42. 2011..Care must be taken to critically appraise the evidence and the potential applicability of that evidence to the specific hospital setting...
- 'They will tell me if there is a problem': limited discussion between health professionals, older adults and their caregivers on falls prevention during and after hospitalizationDen Ching A Lee
Allied Health Research Unit, Kingston Centre, Monash Health, Cnr Heatherton Road and Warrigal Road, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192, Australia, Social Work Department, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University Caulfield Campus, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East, Victoria 3145, Australia, Social Work Department, Monash Medical Centre, Monash Health, 246 Clayton Road, Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia, Centre for Research in Evidence Based Practice, Bond University, 14 University Drive, Robina, Queensland 4226, Australia and Physiotherapy Department, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University Peninsula Campus, McMahons Road, Frankston, Victoria 3199, Australia
Health Educ Res 28:1051-66. 2013..There is great potential to improve the consistency of falls prevention information provision to older adults during hospitalization and in preparation for discharge to assist with prevention of falls in this high risk period. ..
- The impact of manual handling on nursing home resident mobility during transfers on and off furniture: a systematic reviewJanice Taylor
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne, Vistoria, Australia
J Gerontol Nurs 37:48-56. 2011..Further research is required into the nature and impact of the assistance provided by staff to residents during transfers. Innovative and sustainable approaches to safe manual handling that promote resident mobility are needed...