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    • Knowledge Exchange (KE) to Underpin Implementation 

      Hagger, Christina; Brown, Lynsey; Oliver-Baxter, Jodie; Carne, Amanda; McIntyre, Ellen; Powell-Davies, Gawaine (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2014)
      An implementation agenda is best supported by a widespread culture of knowledge exchange (KE). A KE culture: - Views research as a resource rather than a product - Values real world knowledge as well as research knowledge - ...
    • Knowledge Exchange for Rural Health 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Bywood, Petra Teresia; Hagger, Christina (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2013)
      Knowledge exchange includes information management, linkage, capacity development, and support. Knowledge exchange bases its practice on exchanging information in the most appropriate format with the right people ...
    • A Knowledge Exchange Organisation: the Primary Health Care Research & Information Service (PHCRIS) 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Hagger, Christina; Bywood, Petra Teresia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2012)
      How has a knowledge exchange organisation assisted policy, practice, research and consumer stakeholders to cross borders in PHC. Knowledge exchange bases its practice on exchanging information and knowledge in the most ...
    • Knowledge exchange strategies in primary health care 

      Hagger, Christina; Powell-Davies, Gawaine; Brown, Lynsey; Carne, Amanda; McIntyre, Ellen (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2014)
      Dr Christina Hagger, PHCRIS Senior Research Fellow and Knowledge Exchange Manager, presented this poster at the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting, 21-25 November 2014. The poster was designed ...
    • Knowledge Exchange, Primary Health Care and Allied Health: The role of the Primary Health Care and Research and Information Service 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Oliver-Baxter, Jodie; Brown, Lynsey (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2013)
      Knowledge exchange is a process that aims to get research knowledge into action; knowledge is translated into either decision-making or practice settings.
    • Knowledge exchange, primary health care and health services: The role of the Primary Health Care Research and Information Service 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Oliver-Baxter, Jodie; Brown, Lynsey (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2013)
      This poster explores PHCRIS resources for information linked to health services based on the sub-themes for this conference.
    • Knowledge Exchange, Primary Health Care and Nursing: The role of the Primary Health Care Research & Information Service 

      Carne, Amanda; Oliver-Baxter, Jodie; Brown, Lynsey (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, 2014)
      This poster explores how PHCRIS can support nurses in primary health care (PHC) through knowledge exchange with policy, practice, research and consumer stakeholders.
    • Lack of cone mediated retinal function increases susceptibility to form-deprivation myopia in mice 

      Chakraborty, Ranjay; Yang, Victoria; Park, Han Na; Landis, Erica G; Dhakal, Susov; Motz, Cara T; Bergen, Michael A; Iuvone, P Michael; Pardue, Machelle T (Elsevier, 2018-12-31)
      Retinal photoreceptors are important in visual signaling for normal eye growth in animals. We used Gnat2cplf3/cplf3 (Gnat2−/−) mice, a genetic mouse model of cone dysfunction to investigate the influence of cone signaling ...
    • A large genome-wide association study of age-related macular degeneration highlights contribution of rare and common variants 

      Fritsche, Lars G; Igl, Wilmar; Cooke-Bailey, Jessica N; Grassmann, Felix; Sengupta, Sebanti; Bragg-Gresham, Jennifer L; Burdon, Kathryn Penelope; Hebbring, Scott J; Wen, Cindy; Gorski, Mathias; Kim, Ivana K; Cho, David; Zack, Donald; Souied, Eric; Scholl, Hendrik P N; Bala, Elisa; Lee, Kristine E; Hunter, David J; Sardell, Rebecca J; Mitchell, Paul; Merriam, Joanna E; Cipriani, Valentina; Hoffman, Joshua D; Schick, Tina; Lechanteur, Yara T E; Guymer, Robyn H; Johnson, Matthew P; Jiang, Yingda; Stanton, Chloe M; Buitendijk, Gabrielle H S; Zhan, Xiaowei; Kwong, Alan M; Boleda, Alexis; Brooks, Matthew; Gieser,Linn; Ratnapriya, Rinki; Branham, Kari E; Foerster, Johanna R; Heckenlively, John R; Othman, Mohammad I; Vote, Brendan J; Liang, Helena Hai; Souzeau, Emmanuelle; McAllister, Ian L; Isaacs, Timothy; Hall, Janette; Lake, Stewart; Mackey, David A; Constable, Ian J; Craig, Jamie E; Kitchner, Terrie E; Yang, Zhenglin; Su, Zhiguang; Luo, Hongrong; Chen, Daniel; Ouyang, Hong; Flegg, Ken; Lin, Danni; Mao, Guanping; Ferreyra, Henry; Stark, Klaus; von Strachwitz, Claudia N; Wolf, Armin; Brandl, Caroline; Rudolph, Guenther; Olden, Matthias; Morrison, Margaux A; Morgan, Denise J; Schu, Matthew; Ahn, Matthew; Silvestri, Giuliana; Tsironi, Evangelia E; Park, Kyu Hyung; Farrer, Lindsay A; Orlin, Anton; Brucker, Alexander; Li, Mingyao; Curcio, Christine; Mohand-Saïd, Saddek; Sahel, Jose-Alain; Audo, Isabelle; Benchaboune, Mustapha; Cree, Angela J; Rennie, Christina A; Goverdhan, Srinivas V; Grunin, Michelle; Hagbi-Levi, Shira; Campochiaro, Peter; Katsanis, Nicholas; Holz, Frank G; Blond, Frederic; Blanche, Helene; Deleuze, Jean-Francois; Igo Jr, Robert P; Truitt, Barbara; Peachey, Neal S; Meuer, Stacy M; Myers, Chelsea E; Moore, Emily M; Klein, Ronald; Hauser, Michael A; Postel, Eric A; Courtenay, Monique D; Schwartz, Stephen G; Kovach, Jaclyn L; Scott, William K; Liew, Gerald; Tan, Ava G; Gopinath, Bamini; Merriam, John C; Smith, R Theodore; Khan, Jane C; Shahid, Humma; Moore, Anthony T; McGrath, J Allie; Laux, Rene; Brantley Jr., Milam A; Agarwal, Anita; Ersoy, Lebriz; Caramoy, Albert; Langmann, Thomas; Saksens, Nicole T M; de Jong, Eiko K; Hoyng, Carel B; Cain, Melinda S; Richardson, Andrea J; Martin,Tammy M; Blangero, John; Weeks, Daniel E; Dhillon, Bal; van Duijn, Cornelia M; Doheny, Kimberly F; Romm, Jane; Klaver, Caroline C W; Hayward, Caroline; Gorin, Michael B; Klein, Michael L; Baird, Paul N; den Hollander, Anneke I; Fauser, Sascha; Yates, John R W; Allikmets, Rando; Wang, Jie Jin; Schaumberg, Debra A; Klein, Barbara E K; Hagstrom, Stephanie A; Chowers, Itay; Lotery, Andrew J; Léveillard, Thierry; Zhang, Kang; Brilliant, Murray H; Hewitt, Alex W; Swaroop, Anand; Chew, Emily Y; Pericak-Vance, Margaret A; DeAngelis, Margaret; Stambolian, Dwight; Haines, Jonathan L; Iyengar, Sudha K; Weber, Bernhard H F; Abecasis, Goncalo R (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-12-21)
      Advanced age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of blindness in the elderly, with limited therapeutic options. Here we report on a study of >12 million variants, including 163,714 directly genotyped, ...
    • Late onset post-keratoplasty astigmatism in patients with keratoconus 

      Lim, L; Pesudovs, Konrad; Goggin, M; Coster, Douglas John (BMJ Publishing Group - http://bjo.bmjjournals.com/, 2004-03)
      AIM: 10 eyes of 10 patients are reported where progression of keratoconus in the host cornea occurred more than 10 years after penetrating keratoplasty with resultant increase in astigmatism. The technique and results of ...
    • Lessons from Medicare Locals for Primary Health Networks 

      Javanparast, Sara; Baum, Fran; Freeman, Toby; Labonte, Ronald; Ziersch, Anna Marie; Kidd, Michael Richard; MacKean, Tamara Jade (Australasian Medical Publishing Company, 2017-06-17)
      In the past few years, Australian primary health care (PHC) has experienced a major system restructuring that has created tensions in relation to efficiency, effectiveness and equity, fundamental concepts used to evaluate ...
    • Letter to the Editor re "Four essential drugs needed for quality care of the dying: a Delphi-study based international expert consensus opinion" 

      Clark, Katherine; Sheehan, Caitlin; Currow, David Christopher (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2013-06-21)
      High-quality patient care can be defined as an approach that minimizes harm whilst aligning with people's expectations. Dying people and their relatives have articulated that they expect health care providers to manage ...
    • Letter to the Editor: Simultaneous presentation of hereditary hyperferritinaemia cataract syndrome and hereditary haemochromatosis 

      Maccora, Katia A; Souzeau, Emmanuelle; Ruddle, Jonathan B; Craig, Jamie E (Wiley, 2018-05-08)
      "No abstract is available for this article"- Publisher
    • Letter: Pervasive Blindness and ocular morbidity in the Chepang people of Nepal 

      Kandel, Amrit; Kandel, Himal; Shrestha, Priyanka (Nepal Ophthalmic Society, 2016)
    • The Lived Experience of Caring for an Australian Military Veteran With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 

      Waddell, Elaine; Pulvirenti, Mariastella; Lawn, Sharon Joy (SAGE Publishing, 2015-09-01)
      There is limited literature on the experience of caring for an intimate partner with a mental health condition. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common mental health condition for military veterans; yet, little ...
    • Local community reporting models for regional primary health care organisations 

      Muecke, Sandy (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service, 2010-11)
      Community reporting models used by primary health care organisations (PHCOs) in New Zealand, Canada (Ontario), England and Scotland were reviewed. The roles, functions and mandated community engagement requirements for ...
    • The long term outcome of limbal allografts: the search for surviving cells 

      Henderson, Timothy R; Coster, Douglas John; Williams, Keryn Anne (BMJ Publishing Group - http://bjo.bmjjournals.com/, 2001-05)
      BACKGROUND/AIMS: Limbal allotransplantation is increasingly being used for ocular surface repair in patients with limbal stem cell dysfunction. However, it is uncertain whether donor cells survive long term on the ocular ...
    • The longitudinal pattern of response when morphine is used to treat chronic refractory dyspnea 

      Currow, David Christopher; Quinn, Stephen; Greene, Aine; Bull, Janet; Johnson, Miriam J; Abernethy, Amy Pickar (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2013-07-22)
      Background: While evidence supports using sustained release morphine for chronic refractory breathlessness, little is known about the longitudinal pattern of breathlessness intensity as people achieve symptomatic benefit. The ...
    • A Longitudinal Study of the Mental Health Impacts of Job Loss: The Role of Socioeconomic, Sociodemographic, and Social Capital Factors 

      Ziersch, Anna Marie; Baum, Fran; Woodman, Richard John; Newman, Lareen Ann; Jolley, Gwyn (American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2014-07)
      Objectives: To examine the role of socioeconomic, sociodemographic, and social capital factors in buffering or exacerbating the mental health impacts of job loss. Methods: A 2-year longitudinal cohort study of 300 workers ...
    • Loss of ciliary zonule protein hydroxylation and lens stability as a predicted consequence of biallelic ASPH variation 

      Siggs, Owen M; Souzeau, Emmanuelle; Craig, Jamie E (Taylor & Francis Group, 2019-01-02)
      Purpose: Stability of the crystalline lens requires formation of microfibril bundles and their higher-order structures of ciliary zonules. Trauma, malformation, or degeneration of the ciliary zonules can lead to dislocation ...