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2017Examining evidence based resistance plus balance training in community-dwelling older adults with complex health care needs: trial protocol for the Muscling Up Against Disability projectKeogh, J.; Henwood, T.; Gardiner, P.; Tuckett, A.; Hodgkinson, B.; Rouse, K.
2017Substitution of 68Ga-DOTA-peptide PET/CT scanning in lieu of Octreotide for patients undergoing somatostatin receptor diagnostic imaging under MBS item 61369: Mini-assessment ReportMorona, J.; Mittal, R.; Gum, D.; Newton, S.; Medical Services Advisory Committee
2017Measurement of frailty in clinical practice and population health surveysDent, E.; Hoogendijk, E.; Kowal, P.; 1st Australia and New Zealand Conference on Sarcopenia and Frailty Research (ANZSSFR 2017)
2017The longitudinal relationship between post-traumatic stress disorder and perceived social support in survivors of traumatic injuryNickerson, A.; Creamer, M.; Forbes, D.; McFarlane, A.; O'Donnell, M.; Silove, D.; Steel, Z.; Felmingham, K.; Hadzi-Paolvic, D.; Bryant, R.
2017New evidence for endemic circulation of Ross River virus in the Pacific Islands and the potential for emergenceLau, C.; Aubry, M.; Musso, D.; Teissier, A.; Paulous, S.; Desprès, P.; de-Lamballerie, X.; Pastorino, B.; Cao-Lormeau, V.; Weinstein, P.
2017The sexual adjustment process of cancer patients and their partners: a qualitative evidence synthesisBenoot, C.; Saelaert, M.; Hannes, K.; Bilsen, J.
2017‘Everything causes cancer’: how Australians respond to the message that alcohol causes cancerMay, N.; Eliott, J.; Crabb, S.
2017CareTrack: Toward appropriate care for low back painRamanathan, S.; Hibbert, P.; Maher, C.; Day, R.; Hindmarsh, D.; Hooper, T.; Hannaford, N.; Runciman, W.
2017A stitch in time: unrecognized retained foreign bodies after a needlefish injuryLau, C.; Sweet, M.; Weinstein, P.
2017Post-traumatic stress disorder is a systemic illness, not a mental disorder: is Cartesian dualism dead?McFarlane, A.