2005 Publications

Book Chapters

Bernhardt, J., & Hill, K. (2005). We only treat what it occurs to us to assess: The importance of knowledge based assessment. In K. Refshauge, L. Ada & E. Ellis (Eds.), Science based rehabilitation: Theories into practice. Oxford.: Elsevier.

Gagliese, L., & Farrell, M. (2005). The neurobiology of ageing, nociception and pain: An integration of animal and human experimental evidence. In S. Gibson & D. Weiner (Eds.), (pp. 25-44). Seattle:

Gibson, S. (2005). Age differences in psychological factors related to pain perception and report. In S. Gibson & D. Wiener (Eds.), Pain in Older Persons (pp. 87-111). Seattle, WA: IASP publications.

Gibson, S., & Weiner, D. (2005). Pain in Older Persons. Seattle, WA: IASP publications.

Gibson, S., & Wiener, D. (2005). Core curriculum for professional education in pain. In E. Charlton (Ed.), Pain in Older Adults. Seattle, WA: IASP publications.

Hill, K., Vrantsidis, F., & Clemson, L. (In press, 2005). Preventing falls - a key to maintaining independence. In H. Mackey & S. Nancarrow (Eds.), Enabling independence - a guide for rehabilitation workers. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publications.

Hill, K., Waterston, J., & Murray, K. (In press, 2005). Vestibular dysfunction and headache: Assessment and management. In P. Selvaratnam, K. Niere, M. Zuluaga & P. Oddy (Eds.), Headaches, bruxism and related conditions: Diagnosis and multidisciplinary approaches to management. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Katz, B., Scherer, S., & Gibson, S. (2005). Multidisciplinary Pain Management in Older persons. In S. GIBSON & D. WIENER (Eds.), Pain in Older Persons (pp. 309-328). Seattle: IASP publications.

Le Couteur, D., Cogger, V., Hilmer, S., Muller, M., Harris, M., Sullivan, D., et al. (In press, 2005). Aging, Atherosclerosis And The Liver Sieve. In Progress in Atherosclerosis Research. New York: Nove Science Publishers.

Le Couteur, D., Naganathan, V., Cogger, V., Cumming, R., & McLean, A. (In press, 2005). Pharmacotherapy In The Elderly: Clinical Issues And Perspectives. In Clinical Issues and Perspectives


Black, K., & Haralambous, B. (2005). Barriers to implementing 'restraint free care' policies. Melbourne: Report to the Bernard Judd Foundation. 

Black, K., & Hill, K. (2005). Improving Falls Clinic client engagement in falls prevention activities: Report to the Australian Council for Safety and Quality in Health Care. 

Bremner, F., & Nankervis, J. (2005). ICF: A framework to guide assessment and care planning practice: Training module completed for Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.

Dow, B., & Nankervis, J. (2005). Report of phase 2 of the evaluation of the Southern Grampians and Glenelg rehabilitation program. Report to the Department of Human Services (Victoria).

Hill, K., Bernhardt, J., Khan, F., & Dow, B. (2005). Rehabilitation after stroke literature review: Current evidence and future directions. Report to the Victorian Department of Human Services.

Hill, K., Black, K., Haralambous, B., LoGiudice, D., Scott, M., & Morgan, C. (2005). Future directions – a dementia care strategy for Mecwa: 2005-2008. Report to Mecwa.

Gouke, C., Scherer, S., Katz, B., Gibson, S., Farrell, M., & Bradbeer, M. (2005). Australian Pain Society Pain Management Guidelines for Residential Aged Care.

Gouke, C., Scherer, S., Katz, B., Gibson, S., Farrell, M., & Bradbeer, M. (2005). Pain in residential aged care facilities Australian Pain Society.

Haralambous, B. (2005). Fronditha Links Service & City of Kingston Aged Care Service CEGS Evaluation Project. Melbourne: Report to Fronditha Care Inc & City of Kingston.

Hill, K., Bernhardt, J., Khan, F., & Dow, B. (2005). Rehabilitation after stroke literature review: Current evidence and future directions: Report to the Victorian Department of Human Services. 

Hill, K., Black, K., Haralambous, B., LoGiudice, D., Scott, M., Morgan, C., et al. (2005). Future directions - A dementia care strategy for Mecwa: 2005-2008: Report to Mecwa.

Refereed Journal Articles

Bernhardt, J., Borschmann, K., Crock, D., Hill, K., McGann, A., & DeGori, M. (2005). Stand up and be counted: Measuring time spent upright after hip fracture in age and sex matched controls. Physiotherapy, 91, 215-222.

Blackberry, I., & Wahlqvist, M. (2005). Nutrition and prevention on non-communicable diseases. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism

Crittenden, R., Little, C., Georgiou, G., Forsyth, S., & Bennett, L. (2005). The MAM study: A clinical study of milk allergy mechanisms in adults. Aust. J. Dairy Technol, 60, 111-113.

Egan, G., Johnson, J., Farrell, M., McAllen, R., Zamarripa, F., McKinley, M., et al. (2005). Cortical, thalamic and hypothalamic responses to cooling and warming the skin in awake humans: a PET study. National , 102, 5262-5276.

Farrell, M., Laird, A., & Egan, G. (2005). Brain activity associated with painfully hot stimuli applied to the upper limb: Human Brain Mapping, 25, 129-139.

Furler, J., Stewart, A., Sims, J., & Naccarella, L. (2005). Patient social and economic circumstances: GP perceptions and their influence on management. Australian Family Physician, 34(3),

Giummarra, M., & Haslam, N. (2005). The lay concept of childhood mental disorder. Child Psychiatry and Human Development,

Graffen, M., Saligari, M., Le Couteur, D., Naganathan, V., & McLean, A. (2005). Development of a mentorship programme for rural general practitioners by visiting specialist physicians.Rural and Remote Health, 5, 374-377.

Haines, T., Bennell, K., Osborne, R., & Hill, K. (2005). New instrument for targeting falls prevention interventions accurate and clinically applicable in hospital setting. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 59, 168-175.

Haines, T., & Hill, K. (2005). Difficulties encountered in hospital falls prevention research. Age and Ageing, 34, 311.

Hill, K. (2005). The Activities-specific and Balance Confidence (ABC) scale. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy,

Hill, K., Black, K., Haines, T., Walsh, W., & Vu, M. (2005). Falls prevention revisited: a call for a new approach (Journal of Clinical Nursing 13, 479-485). Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14(1), 126-128.

Hill, K., Choi, W., Smith, R., & Condron, J. (2005). Tai chi in Australia: An acceptable and effective approach to improve balance and mobility in older people? A pilot study. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 24, 9-13.

Hilmer, S., Cogger, V., Fraser, R., McLean, A., Sullivan, D., & Le Couteur, D. (2005), Age-related changes in the hepatic sinusoidal endothelium impede lipoprotein transfer in the rat. Hepatology 42:1349-54.

Le Couteur, D., Fraser, R., Hilmer, H., Rivory, L., & McLean, A. (2005). The hepatic sinusoid in aging and cirrhosis: effects on hepatic substrate disposition and drug clearance. Clin Pharmacokinet, 44, 187-200.

Mackintosh, S., Goldie, P., & Hill, K. (2005). Falls incidence and factors associated with falling in older, community dwelling, stroke survivors and matched controls. Ageing: Clinical and Experimental Research, 17, 74-81.

Mackintosh, S., Hill, K., Dodd, K., Goldie, P., & Culham, E. (2005). Falls and injury prevention should be part of every stroke rehabilitation plan. Clinical Rehabilitation, 19, 441-451.

McNair, R., Stone, N., Sims, J., & Curtis, C. (2005). Australian evidence for interprofessional education contributing to effective teamwork preparation and interest in rural practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(6): 579-94.

Murray, K., Hill, K., Phillips, B., & Waterston, J. (2005). A pilot study of falls risk and vestibular dysfunction in older fallers presenting to hospital Emergency Departments. Disability and Rehabilitation, 27, 499-506.

Naccarella, L., Tacticos, T., Sims, J., & Potiriadis, M. (2005). Capacity Building Initiatives within the Divisions of General Practice Setting in Victoria, Australia. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 11(2), 128-135.

Rowlands, G., Sims, J., & Kerry, S. (2005). A lesson learnt: the importance of modelling in randomised controlled trials for complex interventions in primary care. Family Practice, 22(1),

Tang, J., & Gibson, S. (2005). A psychophysical evaluation of the relationship between trait anxiety, pain perception and experimentally induced elevations in state anxiety. Journal of Pain,

Wahlqvist, M. L., Darmadi-Blackberry, I., Kouris-Blazos, A., Jolley, D., Steen, B., Lukito, W., et al. (2005). Does diet matter in survival amongst long-lived cultures? Asia Pac J Clin Nutr, 14(1), 2-6.

Warren, A., Bertolino, P., Cogger, V., McLean, A., Fraser, R., & Le Couteur, D. (2005). Hepatic Pseudocapillarization in aged mice.Experimental Gerontology, 40(10), 807-812.


BLAIR, G. (2005). Creativity in Jazz Improvisation. Unpublished MMus (Performance) thesis, Victorian College of the Arts.

GANDER, A. (2005). Freedom in Time: Elvin Jones’ 1960’s Rhythmic Gestalt. Unpublished MMus (Performance) thesis, Victorian College of the Arts.

GROVES, F. (2005). The importance of anger in the chronic pain experience. Unpublished PhD thesis, Monash University, Melbourne.

HAINES, T. (2005). Prevention of falls in the sub-acute hospital setting. Unpublished PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

MACKINTOSH, S. (2005). Falls incidence, circumstances, consequences, and risk factors in community dwelling people with stroke. Unpublished PhD thesis, LaTrobe University, Melbourne.

MASON, R. (2005). Kurtag’s Hommage á Robert Schumann: Performance and Analysis. Unpublished MMus (Performance) thesis, Victorian College of the Arts.

MURRAY, K. (2005). Incidence, assessment and management of vestibular dysfunction. Unpublished PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

O’CONNOR, M. (2005). Stages of change and readiness for multidisciplinary pain management programs. Unpublished BBSc. (Hons) thesis, Department of Psychology, LaTrobe University.

ROSE, K., The effects of age on subjective pain report following the selective stimulation of A-delta, A-beta or C fibres. Unpublished BSc (Hons) thesis, Department of Psychology, The University of Melbourne.

YANG, X. (2005). Falls and falls prevention among Chinese older people in Australia: knowledge and attitudes. Unpublished Master of Health Science (Minor thesis), Victoria University, Melbourne.