Harry K McNaughton
Affiliation: Medical Research Institute of New Zealand
Country: New Zealand
- Stroke rehabilitation services in New Zealand: a survey of service configuration, capacity and guideline adherenceHarry McNaughton
Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, Private Bag 7902, Wellington 6021, New Zealand
N Z Med J 127:10-9. 2014..To provide an up-to-date account of stroke rehabilitation services in all District Health Boards (DHB) in New Zealand in 2013...
- An assessment of the Hua Oranga outcome instrument and comparison to other outcome measures in an intervention study with Maori and Pacific people following strokeMatire Harwood
Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand
N Z Med J 125:57-67. 2012..We sought to explore the psychometric properties of the instrument and compare its responsiveness alongside other, more established tools in an intervention study involving Maori and Pacific people following acute stroke...
- Ethnicity and functional outcome after strokeHarry McNaughton
Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, PO Box 7902, Wellington 6242, New Zealand
Stroke 42:960-4. 2011..We examined functional outcomes among European New Zealanders, Māori, Pacific, and Asian people 6 months after stroke in a population-based context...
- Interferon beta, PHARMAC, and political directives: in the best interests of people with multiple sclerosis?Harry McNaughton
Stroke Rehabilitation Research, Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, Wellington
N Z Med J 119:U1939. 2006..The authors conclude that the evidence for cost-effectiveness of interferon beta is not compelling, and other options need to be considered in an integrated package of health services for all people with MS in New Zealand...
- A comparison of stroke rehabilitation practice and outcomes between New Zealand and United States facilitiesHarry McNaughton
Stroke Rehabilitation Research, Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 86:S115-S120. 2005..McNaughton H, DeJong G, Smout RJ, Melvin JL, Brandstater M. A comparison of stroke rehabilitation practice and outcomes between New Zealand and United States facilities...
- Functional measures across neurologic disease states: analysis of factors in commonHarry K McNaughton
Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, Wellington
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 86:2184-8. 2005..To describe the underlying dimensions for a range of functional measures across 3 neurologic diseases at different time points...
- Management problems of spontaneous ICHHarry McNaughton
Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, PO Box 10055, Wellington, NZ
Hosp Med 66:229-34. 2005..Although the management of ICH is covered in stroke guidelines, many difficult clinical questions remain. In this article the authors suggest approaches to ten common and difficult questions...
- Duration of condition is unrelated to health-state valuation on the EuroQoLJulia A Myers
Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
Clin Rehabil 17:209-15. 2003..If this is so, a relationship between the duration of an individual's disabling health condition and the valuation they assign to their health-state might reasonably be expected...
- Relationship between process and outcome in stroke careHarry McNaughton
Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, PO Box 10055, Wellington, New Zealand
Stroke 34:713-7. 2003..Better processes in stroke care are assumed to lead to better stroke outcomes. We sought to test whether current measures of stroke process are related to measures of stroke outcome...
- Effectiveness of a clinical pathway for acute stroke care in a district general hospital: an auditWilliam J Taylor
Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit, Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, PO Box 7343, Wellington, New Zealand
BMC Health Serv Res 6:16. 2006..Organised stroke care saves lives and reduces disability. A clinical pathway might be a form of organised stroke care, but the evidence for the effectiveness of this model of care is limited...
- Traumatic brain injury: assessment and managementHarry McNaughton
Capital and Coast District Health Board, Wellington, New Zealand
Hosp Med 63:8-11. 2002..Sorting out who needs to have a computed tomography scan, who should be admitted and who should be followed up can be difficult. A framework for making these decisions is provided in this article...
- Self-valuation and societal valuations of health state differ with disease severity in chronic and disabling conditionsKathryn McPherson
Division of Rehabilitation and Occupation Studies, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
Med Care 42:1143-51. 2004....
- Consequences of stroke, arthritis and chronic pain--are there important similarities?Kathryn M McPherson
School of Health Professions, University of Southampton, UK
Disabil Rehabil 26:988-99. 2004..This study aimed to explore the applicability of a previously derived model of what mattered most to people with arthritis across a number of different disabling conditions...
- Community ambulation after stroke: how important and obtainable is it and what measures appear predictive?Susan E Lord
Department of Medicine, Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, Otago, New Zealand
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 85:234-9. 2004..To assess how important community ambulation is to stroke survivors and to assess the relation between the level of community ambulation achieved and other aspects of mobility...
- The effect of environment and task on gait parameters after stroke: A randomized comparison of measurement conditionsSusan E Lord
Department of Medicine Rehabilitation, Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, Wellington South, New Zealand
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 87:967-73. 2006..To assess the effect of environment and a secondary task on gait parameters in community ambulant stroke survivors and to assess the contribution of clinical symptoms to gait performance...
- Mobility beyond the clinic: the effect of environment on gait and its measurement in community-ambulant stroke survivorsKimberley Donovan
School of Physiotherapy, Centre for Physiotherapy Research, University of Otago, New Zealand
Clin Rehabil 22:556-63. 2008..To explore the impact of a complex community environment on gait parameters (speed, step length and cadence) for community-dwelling participants with a previous stroke, and compare outcome measures commonly used in a clinical environment...