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Oct-2018Proactive deprioritization of emotional distractors enhances target perception.Kennedy, BL; Newman, VE; Most, SB
2-Nov-2017Blackfullas in ivory towers: referenced reflections of a Bundjalung graduate nurseGorman, E
Sep-2008The efficacy of an augmented virtual reality system to alleviate pain in children undergoing burns dressing changes: a randomised controlled trial.Mott, J; Bucolo, S; Cuttle, L; Mill, J; Hilder, M; Miller, K; Kimble, RM
1-Jan-2008The emergence of Multi-Modal Distraction as a paediatric pain management toolMiller, K; Bucolo, S; Patterson, E; Kimble, RM
1-Jan-2010Occupational health and safety in China: The case of state-managed enterprisesChen, MS; Chan, A
1-Jan-2018Creating ‘healthy built environment’ legislation in Australia; A policy analysisHarris, P; Kent, J; Sainsbury, P; Marie-Thow, A; Baum, F; Friel, S; McCue, P
1-Jun-2019Association between child marriage and institutional delivery care services use in Bangladesh: intersections between education and place of residenceUddin, J; Pulok, MH; Johnson, RB; Rana, J; Baker, E
1-Oct-2018Statistical analysis plan (SAP) for the Very Early Rehabilitation in Speech (VERSE) after stroke trial: an international 3-arm clinical trial to determine the effectiveness of early, intensive, prescribed, direct aphasia therapyGodecke, E; Rai, T; Cadilhac, DA; Armstrong, E; Middleton, S; Ciccone, N; Whitworth, A; Rose, ML; Holland, A; Ellery, F; Hankey, GJ; Bernhardt, J
1-Mar-2014A comparison of aphasia therapy outcomes before and after a Very Early Rehabilitation programme following strokeGodecke, E; Ciccone, NA; Granger, AS; Rai, T; West, D; Cream, A; Cartwright, J; Hankey, GJ
8-Nov-2013Amount of therapy matters in very early aphasia rehabilitation after stroke: A clinical prognostic modelGodecke, E; Rai, T; Ciccone, N; Armstrong, E; Granger, A; Hankey, G
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