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  • 2022

    Azimi, S., Troeung, L., & Martini, A. (2022, September 29 – October 2). Dental hospitalisations and procedures in an acquired brain injury cohort. [Oral Presentation]. FDI World Dental Congress 2022, Mumbai, India. 

    Bell, J. S., Ooi, C. E., Troeung, L., Craik, S., Walton, R. & Martini, A. (2022). Protocol for a pilot and feasibility study of nurse practitioner-pharmacist telehealth collaboration to simplify complex medication regimens. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy [In press].https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sapharm.2022.03.010

    Jackson, H*[1]., Mann, G*., Martini, A., Troeung, L., Beros, K., & Prinsloo, A. (2022). Change in care hours, cost and functional independence following continence and assistive technology intervention in an acquired brain injury population. Disability and Rehabilitationhttp://DOI: 10.1080/09638288.2022.2055169

    Mann, G., Martini, A., & Troeung, L. (2022, May 5-7). Gender differences in service utilisation and clinical outcomes of people with acquired brain injury undergoing post-acute neurorehabilitation and disability support, 1991-2020 [Data Blitz]. The 45th ASSBI Brain Impairment Conference, Perth [Virtual], WA, Australia.

    Mann, G., Troeung, L., & Martini, A. (2022, May 5-7). Time between acquired brain injury and admission to post-acute brain injury services: Differences in sociodemographic factors, and clinical, functional and psychosocial outcomes, 1991-2020 [Oral Presentation]. 45th ASSBI Brain Impairment Conference, Perth [Virtual], WA, Australia.

    Seneviratne, H*., Mann, G*., Troeung, L., & Martini, A. (2022). Association between functional independence and quality of life for individuals with acquired brain injury undergoing community-based rehabilitation and disability support. NeuroRehabilitation. [Accepted for publication 11 May 2022]. 

    Troeung, L., Mann, G., Wagland, J., & Martini, A. (2022). Effects of comorbidities on post-acute outcomes in acquired brain injury: ABI-RESTaRT 1991-2020. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. [Accepted for Publication, 20 March 2022]

    Troeung, L., Mann, G., Wagland, J., & Martini, A. (2022, May 5-7). Measuring the complexity and outcomes of Brightwater clients with acquired brain injury: A whole population cohort study, 1991-2020 [Poster Presentation]. 45th ASSBI Brain Impairment Conference, Perth [Virtual], Australia.

    Walton, R., Taylor, S., & Martini, A. (2022, June 8-10).  Outcomes in aged care: Barriers and facilitators to outcome measurement [Conference presentation]. OT Exchange 2022, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. 

    [1] *Denotes joint first authorship

  • 2021

    Bett, R.& Ohan, J. (2021). The Get Around. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Bett, R. & Ohan, J. (2021). The Amazing Brain. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia

    Bett, R.& Ohan, J. (2021). Guide to helping children and adolescents when a parent has a brain injury for Parents, Caregivers, and Professionals. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Bett, R.& Ohan, J. (2021). Guide to helping children and adolescents when a parent has younger onset dementia for Parents, Caregivers, and Professionals. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Dawes, P., Leroi, I., Chauhan, N., Han, W., Harbishettar, V., Jayakody, D.M., Jones, L., Konstantinou, A., Maharani, A., Martini, A. and Politis, A., (2021). Hearing and vision health for people with dementia in residential long-term care: Knowledge, attitudes and practice in England, South Korea, India, Greece, Indonesia and Australia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 36(10), 1531-1540.  https://doi.org/10.1002/gps.5563

    Mann, G., Seneviratne, H., Troeung, L., &Martini, A. (2021, October 28-30). Recovery following acquired brain injury: Correlates and predictors of quality of life in individuals with acquired brain injury during post-acute rehabilitation. In L. Notebaert (Chair), Predictors of individual differences in recovery from adversity [Symposium]. Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy 41st National Conference, Perth [Virtual], WA, Australia.

    Mann, G., Troeung, L., Wagland, J., & Martini, A. (2021, June 30-July 3). The Acquired Brain Injury Community REhabilitation Services OuTcomes CohoRT Study (ABI-RESTaRT), 1991-2020. [Virtual presentation]. 6th Pacific Rim Conference, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Mann, G., Troeung, L., Wagland, J., & Martini, A. (2021). Cohort Profile: The Acquired Brain Injury Community REhabilitation Services OuTcomes CohoRT (ABI-RESTaRT) study, 1991-2020. British Medical Journal Open, 11(9):e052728. https://doi:10.1136/ bmjopen-2021-052728 

    Martini, A. (2021, March 4-6). The nurse practitioner and residential aged care medication management [Virtual presentation]. Australian College of Nurse Practitioners National Conference, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

    Ohan, J. (2021). School Advocacy Guide. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Ohan, J.& Bett, R. (2021). Jordan’s Mum. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Ohan, J. & Bett, R. (2021). Ground Control. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia

    Reddell, C. (2021, June 23-25). A community-based return to work readiness program for people with an acquired brain injury: Partnering with a local sports club [Virtual presentation]. Occupational Therapy Australia 29th National Conference and Exhibition 2021, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

    Taylor, S. and Walton, R. (2021, June 23-25). Measures of health, well-being and quality of life in residential aged care and community home care: A systematic review of measurement properties [Virtual presentation]. Occupational Therapy Australia 29th National Conference and Exhibition 2021, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

    Taylor, S., Walton, R., and Martini, A. (2021, November 9-12). Assessment of health, well-being and quality of life for older persons in aged care [Virtual presentation].  The 54th Australian Association of Gerontology Conference 2021, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

    Troeung, L., Mann, G., & Martini, A. (2021). Measuring the complexity and outcomes of Brightwater clients with an acquired brain injury: A whole-population cohort study, 1991-2020. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

  • 2020

    Dwyer, J., Tenbensel, T., Lavoie, J., Martini, A., Brown, C., Devitt, J., Myott, P., Tilton, E., & Boulton, A. (2020). Public administration reform for Aboriginal affairs: An institutionalist analysis. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 1-17. http://doi:10.1111/1467-8500.12422

    Hawksley, M., Chan She Ping-Delfos, W., Seewann, A., & Martini, A. (2020). Assessment of food and mealtime satisfaction in residential aged care; a trigger for change. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Hawksley, M., Chan She Ping-Delfos, W., Seewann, A., & Martini, A. (2020, November 18-20). Assessment of food and mealtime satisfaction; a trigger for change [Virtual presentation].  The 53rd conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG). Perth, WA, Australia.

    Hawksley, M., Seewann, A., & Chan She Ping-Delfos, W. (2020). Cross-sectional assessment of food satisfaction in residential aged care (131). Accepted abstracts from the Dietitians Australia 37th National Conference. Nutrition & Dietetics Journal, 77(S1), 1-104. http://doi:10.1111/1747-0080.12627

    Jackson, H,. Martini, A,.  Bett, R., Ohan, J. (2020, October 7-11). The experiences and support needs of children (0–18yrs) affected by a parent's Acquired Brain Injury:  A systematic review and thematic synthesis [Poster presentation]. The 11th World Congress of Neurorehabilitation, Lyon, France.

    Jackson, H., Troeung, L., & Martini, A. (2020, October 7-11). Prevalence and patterns of multimorbidity in staged community-based neurorehabilitation for acquired brain injury [Poster presentation]. The 11th World Congress of Neurorehabilitation, Lyon, France.

    Jackson, H., Troeung, L., & Martini, A. (2020). Prevalence, Patterns, and Predictors of Multimorbidity in Adults with Acquired Brain Injury at Admission to Staged Community-Based Rehabilitation. Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation, 10008. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arrct.2020.100089

    Martini, A., Jackson, H., & Beros, K. (2020, October 7-11). Economic cost of incontinence in acquired brain injury rehabilitation: A pilot study [Poster presentation]. The 11th World Congress of Neurorehabilitation, Lyon, France.

    Martini, A., Troeung, L., Hodge, J., & Martin, L. (2020). The role of the nurse practitioner in residential aged care medication management (Brightwater Care Group Ed.). Perth, WA, Australia: Brightwater Care Group. ISBN-978-0-9954235-5-8

    Martini, A., Troeung, L., & Wagland, J. (2020, October 7-11). Characteristics of 18-65 year olds with brain injury entering community-based neurorehabilitation in Western Australia, 1991-2016: A retrospective cohort study [Poster presentation]. The 11th World Congress of Neurorehabilitation, Lyon, France.

    Morley, H., Panak, V., Mulders, W. H. A. M., Goulios, H., Martini, A., & Langdon, C. (2020). Non-chewing diets and cerumen impaction in the external ear canal in a residential aged care population. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 39(2), 131-136. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajag.12736

    Morris, J. N., Turnbull, D., Martini, A., Preen, D., & Zajac, I. (2020). Coping and its relationship to post-traumatic growth, emotion, and resilience among adolescents and young adults impacted by parental cancer. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 38(1), 73-88. http://doi:10.1080/07347332.2019.1637384

    Ohan, J. L., Jackson, H. M., Bay, S., Morris, J. N., & Martini, A. (2020). How psychosocial interventions meet the needs of children of parents with cancer: A review and critical evaluation. European Journal of Cancer Care, e13237. http://doi:10.1111/ecc.13237

    Seewann, A., Hawksley, M., Troeung, L., & Martini, A. (2020). Food additives and severe dementia in the elderly: Effect on agitation (Brightwater Care Group Ed.). Perth, WA, Australia: Brightwater Care Group,. ISBN-978-0-9954235-4-1

    Seewann, A., Hawksley, M., Troeung, L., Duggan, L., & Martini, A. (2020, December 4-6) Elimination of additive-rich cordials decreases agitation in severe dementia. [Oral Presentation]. Lifestyle Medicine Conference [Virtual], Australia.

    Senevirante, H., Martini, A., & Jackson, H. (2020, October 7-11). Community rehabiliation following acquired brain injury: Correlates of health-relaeted quality of life [Poster presentation]. The 11th World Congress of Neurorehabilitation, Lyon, France.

    Williams, E., Martini, A., Jackson, H., Wagland, J., & Turner-Stokes, L. (2020). Time between acquired brain injury and admission to community-based rehabilitation: differences in cognitive and functional gains. Brain Injury, 34(6), 713-722. http://doi:10.1080/02699052.2020.1740943

    Williams, E., Jackson, H., Wagland, J., & Martini, A. (2020). Community Rehabilitation Outcomes for Different Stroke Diagnoses: An Observational Cohort Study. Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation, 2(2), 100047. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arrct.2020.100047

  • 2019

    Andrews, R., & Cavlovic, T. (2019, May 2-4). Supporting a client with an acquired brain injury to navigate the criminal justice system: A case study review [Poster presentation].  The ASSBI/NZRA Inaugural Trans-Tasman Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

    Beros, K., Martini, A., Jackson, H., & Prinsloo, A. (2019, July 10-12). Improving functional independence and quality of life for clients with an acquired brain injury undergoing community rehabilitation using assistive devices for toileting [Poster presentation]. The Occupational Therapy Australia, 28th National Conference and Exhibition, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Jackson, H., Martini, A., Beros, K., & Prinsloo, A. (2019). Brief Report: Continence and brain injury: Improving independence and quality of life, and reducing cost of care. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Jackson, H., Martini, A., Beros, K., & Prinsloo, A. (2019). Continence and brain injury: Improving independence and quality of life, and reducing cost of care (Brightwater Care Group Ed.). Perth, WA, Australia: Brightwater Care Group. ISBN-13:978-0-9954235-3-4

    Lopez, D., Sanfilippo, F., Strange, C., Daniels, B., Pearson, S.-A., Martini, A., & Preen, D. (2019, December 4-6). Needs, priority areas and recommendations for building capacity in the Australian pharmacoepidemiology workforce [Poster presentation].  The HSRAANZ conference 2019, Auckland, New Zealand.

    Martini, A. (2019, November 13-16). Continence and acquired brain injury: Improving independence and reducing cost of care [Poster presentation]. The 28th National Conference on Incontinence, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Martini, A., Beros, K., Jackson, H., & Senevirante, H. (2019, May 2-4). Improving functional independence and quality of life for clients with an acquired brain injury undergoing community rehabilitation using assistive devices for toileting [Poster presentation].  The ASSBI/NZRA Inaugural Trans-Tasman Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

    Martini, A., Beros, K., Prinsloo, A., & Jackson, H. (2019). Managing continence to improve independence and reduce cost of care for clients with an ABI (<65 years) undergoing staged community-based brain injury rehabilitation (0251). Accepted abstracts from the International Brain Injury Association’s 13th World Congress on Brain Injury. Brain Injury, 33(Sup1), 1-337. http://doi:10.1080/02699052.2019.1608749

    Martini, A., & Jackson, H. (2019, November 13-16). Continence and acquired brain injury: Improving independence and reducing cost of care [Poster presentation]. The 28th National Conference on Incontinence. The Continence Foundation of Australia and the UroGynaecological Society of Australasia (UGSA), Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Martini, A., Jackson, H., Beros, K., Prinsloo, A., & McCrann, B. (2019). A Community Resource. Continence and brain injury: Improving independence and quality of life, and reducing cost of care. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Auistralia.

    Martini, A., Morris, J. N., Jackson, H. M., & Ohan, J. L. (2019). The impact of parental cancer on preadolescent children (0–11 years) in Western Australia: a longitudinal population study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 27(4), 1229-1236. http://doi:10.1007/s00520-018-4480-y

    Martini, A., & Williams, E. (2019). Comorbidity and acquired brain injury in community-based rehabilitation: Influencing Health Service Delivery (0174). Accepted Abstracts from the International Brain Injury Association’s 13th World Congress on Brain Injury. Brain Injury, 33(sup1), 1-337. http://doi:10.1080/02699052.2019.1608749

    Morris, J. N., Zajac, I., Turnbull, D., Preen, D., Patterson, P., & Martini, A. (2019). A longitudinal investigation of Western Australian families impacted by parental cancer with adolescent and young adult offspring. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 43(3), 261-266. http://doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12885

    Morrisby, C., Joosten, A., & Ciccarelli, M. (2019). Needs of people with dementia and their spousal carers: A study of those living in the community. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 38(2), e43-e49. http://doi:10.1111/ajag.12609

    Nguyen, K.-H., Seaman, K., Saunders, R., Williams, E., Harrup-Gregory, J., & Comans, T. (2019). Benefit–cost analysis of an interprofessional education program within a residential aged care facility in Western Australia. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 33(6), 619-627. http://doi:10.1080/13561820.2019.1577808

    Prinsloo, A., Martini, A., Beros, K., & Jackson, H. (2019, June 15). Multidisciplinary management of continence and acquired brain injury [Poster presentation]. The 6th Annual Continence Foundation of Australia Western Australian Branch State Conference, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Seewann, A., Hawksley, M., Troeung, L., Duggan, L., & Martini, A. (2019, October 17-19) Elimination of additive-rich cordials improves agitation in severe dementia. [Oral Presentation]. 2nd biannual meeting of the International Society of Nutritional Psychiatry (ISNPR), London, UK.

    Seewann, A., Hawksley, M., Troeung, L., Duggan, L., & Martini, A. (2019, November 5-8) Elimination of additive-rich cordials improves agitation in severe dementia. [Oral Presentation]. 52nd annual meeting of the Australian Association of Gerontology, Sydney, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Field, S., Blake, M., & Radoslovich, H. (2019). An examination of organisational policies for healthcare and lifestyle decision-making among Australian aged care providers. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 38(S2), 90-97. http://doi:10.1111/ajag.12610

    Sinclair, C., Gersbach, K., Hogan, M., Blake, M., Bucks, R., Auret, K., Clayton, J., Stewart, C., Field, S., Radoslovich, H., Agar, M., Martini, A., Gresham, M., Williams, K., & Kurrle, S. (2019). "A Real Bucket of Worms": Views of people living with dementia and family members on supported decision-making. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 16(4), 587-608. http://doi:10.1007/s11673-019-09945-x

    Sinclair, C., Kurrle, S., Field, S., Agar, M., Williams, K., Bucks, R., Clayton, J., Stewart, C., Blake, M., Auret, K., Gresham, M., Martini, A., & Radoslovich, H. (2019). Supported decision-making in dementia care: Final project report. NHMRC Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Velasquez Reyes, D., Patel, H., Lautenschlager, N., Ford, A. H., Curran, E., Kelly, R., Lai, R., Chong, T., Flicker, L., Ekers, D., Gilbody, S., Etherton-Beer, C., Lo Giudice, D., Ellis, K. A., Martini, A., & Almeida, O. P. (2019). Behavioural activation in nursing homes to treat depression (BAN-Dep): study protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 9(10), e032421. http://doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-032421

    Williams, E., Brosnan, N., Yap, A., & Martini, A. (2019, May 2-4). Outcome measurement within a complex model of neurodisability rehabilitation [Poster presentation]. The ASSBI/NZRA Inaugural Trans-Tasman Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

    Williams, E., Martini, A., Wagland, J., & Turner-Stokes, L. (2019). Community rehabilitation: Strengthening independence regardless of time since acquired brain injury (0156). Accepted Abstracts from the International Brain Injury Association’s 13th World Congress on Brain Injury. Brain Injury, 33(sup1), 1-337. http://doi:10.1080/02699052.2019.1608749

    Williams, E., Martini, A., Wagland, J., & Turner-Stokes, L. (2019, May 2-4). Community rehabilitation: Increasing independence regardless of time since acquired brain injury [Poster presentation]. The ASSBI/NZRA Inaugural Trans-Tasman Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

    Yap, A. (2019, May 2-4). Establishing a framework to better manage client and families’ perception and expectations of recovery after acquired brain injury within a community based residential rehabilitation setting [Poster presentation]. The ASSBI/NZRA Inaugural Trans-Tasman Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • 2018

    Brosnan, N., & King, R. (2018, May 3-5). Enabling social drinking in a supported community setting following acquired brain injury [Poster presentation]. The 41st ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2018.14

    Cavlovic, T., & Hett, G. (2018, May 3-5). Developing a standardized approach to assessment of young individuals with disorders of consciousness [Poster presentation]. The 41st ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2018.14

    Flavin, T., & Sinclair, C. (2018, June 4 - 5). Supported decision-making: The lived experience of consumer impact in dementia research [Poster presentation]. The Australia Dementia Forum, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Hoey, S. (2018, October 19-21). The successful implementation of reflexology in the “At Home Care Provider” network [Poster presentation].  The Synergy in Reflexology 2018 Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

    Lopez, D., Daniels, B., Sanfilippo, F., Pearson, S.-A., Martini, A., & Preen, D. (2018). Needs and priority areas for building capacity for working with linked data in the Australian pharmacoepidemiology workforce. International Journal of Population Data Science, 3(4), 141. http://doi:10.23889/ijpds.v3i4.733                  

    Martini, A., & Williams, E. (2018, May 3-5). Understanding comorbidities of people with an acquired brain injury to inform treatment decisions [Poster presentation].  The 41st ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2018.14

    Morris, J. N., Ohan, J., & Martini, A. (2018). An investigation of support services available by Internet searching to families impacted by a parent's cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 27(1), 114-124. http://doi:10.1002/pon.4478

    Saunders, R., Dugmore, H., Seaman, K., Singer, R., & Lake, F. (2018). Interprofessional learning in ambulatory care. The Clinical Teacher, 15, 1-6. http://doi:10.1111/tct.12764

    Sinclair, C., Bucks, R., Blake, M., Williams, K., Clayton, J., Auret, K., Radoslovich, H., Callaghan, S., Field, S., & Kurrle, S. (2018). “We’ve always thought of one another”: Relational perspectives on autonomy and decision-making among people with dementia and their family carers. In G. MacDonald & J. Mears (Eds.), Dementia as Social Experience: Valuing Life and Care (Vol. 7), 118-133.

    Sinclair, C., & Field, S. (2018, July 17). Supported decision-making for aged care providers [Poster presentation].  The NSW Public Guardian Supported Decision-Making Community of Practice, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Field, S., & Blake, M. (2018). Supported decision-making in aged care: A policy development guideline for aged care providers in Australia. Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Field, S., Blake, M., Bucks, R., Agar, M., Clayton, J., Auret, K., Stewart, C., Williams, K., Radoslovich, H., Gresham, M., Martini, A., & Kurrle, S. (2018, June 4-5). Supported decision-making in the context of dementia: Collaboration at the coalface of human rights and decision-making [Poster presentation]. The Australian Dementia Forum, Sydney, Australia.  

    Sinclair, C., Field, S., Williams, K., Blake, M., Bucks, R., Auret, K., Clayton, J., & Kurrle, S. (2018). Supporting decision-making: A guide for people living with dementia, family members and carers. Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Flavin, T., Sinclair, R., & Kurrle, S. (2018, June 7-8). Supported decision-making in the age of choice: How is this going to work for people with dementia? [Poster presentation].  The International Dementia Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Gersbach, K., Hogan, M., Bucks, R. S., Auret, K. A., Clayton, J. M., Agar, M., & Kurrle, S. (2018). How couples with dementia experience healthcare, lifestyle, and everyday decision-making. International Psychogeriatrics, 30(11), 1639-1647. http://doi:10.1017/S1041610218000741

    Thompson, J., Crotty, M., Field, S., Martini, A., Grosvenor, S., McDermott, S., Kitching, A., Long, J., Jackman, J., Agar, M., & Kurrle, S. (2018, August 8-10). Australian Research Innovation: a unique research centre model bridging knowledge gaps to improve the lives of people with dementia [Poster presentation]. The International Federation on Ageing, 14th Global Conference on Ageing, Toronto, Canada.

    Wagland, J., Williams, E., & Martini, A. (2018, February 7-10). The influence of type of CVA on planning and outcomes in a post-acute community rehabilitation setting [Poster presentation].   The 10th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, Mumbai, India. http://wcnr2018.in/delegate_area/register/Oral.aspx

    Wagland, J., Williams, E., & Martini, A. (2018, May 3-5). The value of purpose built independent living units for people with an acquired brain injury [Poster presentation]. The 41st ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2018.14

    Williams, E., Loffler, H., & Martini, A. (2018, October 16-17). The IPEAC toolkit: An interprofessional education toolkit for staff in residential aged care [Poster presentation]. The Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre Annual Conference, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

    Williams, E., & Martini, A. (2018, October 16-17). The impact of a socialisation robot on social engagement of older adults with cognitive decline [Poster presentation].  The Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre Annual Conference, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

  • 2017

    Allanson, F., Pestell, C., Gignac, G. E., Yeo, Y. X., & Weinborn, M. (2017). Neuropsychological predictors of outcome following traumatic brain injury in adults: a meta-analysis. Neuropsychology Review, 27(3), 187-201. http://doi:10.1007/s11065-017-9353-5

    Bajic-Smith, J., & Sinclair, C. (2017, October 15-17). Understanding the factors influencing health professionals' use of supported decision-making in the context of dementia [Poster presentation]. the NNIDR Australian Dementia Forum, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Belardi, L., & Egan, N. (2017). New guidance for providers on supported decision-making. https://australianageingagenda.com.au/2017/11/01/new-guidance-providers-supported-decision-making/

    Blake, M., Castelli-Arnold, P., Field, S., Stewart, C., Callaghan, S., & Sinclair, C. (2017, October 15-17). Supported decision-making and dementia: Observations from legislation and case law in three Australian states [Poster presentation]. The NNIDR Australian Dementia Forum, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Cavlovic, T. (2017, June 1-3). Exploring eye gaze technology to unlock potential for young people living with acquired brain injury [Poster presentation].  The 40th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2017.24

    Field, S., Stewart, C., Sinclair, C., & Bucks, R. (2017). Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission Inquiry into the Guardianship Act 1987 (NSW) - Question Paper 4. Sydney, NSW, Australia: New South Wales Law Reform Commission.

    Field, S., Stewart, C., Sinclair, C., & Bucks, R. (2017). Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission Inquiry into the Guardianship Act 1987 (NSW) - Question Paper 5. Sydney, NSW, Australia: New South Wales Law Reform Commission.

    Francis-Coad, J., Phty, M., Etherton-Beer, C., Bulsara, C., Nobre, D., & Hill, A. (2017). Can a web-based community of practice be established and operated to lead falls prevention activity in residential care? Geriatric Nursing, 38(2), 133-140. http://doi:10.1016/j.gerinurse.2016.09.001

    Hudson, W., & Jarrad, S. (2017). Staff engagement and upskilling enhances job and care quality. Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 6(1). https://journalofdementiacare.com/staff-engagement-and-upskilling-enhances-job-care-quality/

    Jackson, D., Seaman, K., Sharp, K., Singer, R., Wagland, J., & Turner-Stokes, L. (2017). Staged residential post-acute rehabilitation for adults following acquired brain injury: A comparison of functional gains rated on the UK Functional Assessment Measure (UK FIM+FAM) and the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI-4). Brain Injury, 31(11), 1405-1413. http://doi:10.1080/02699052.2017.1350998

    Lopez, D., Sanfilippo, F., Daniels, B., Pearson, S.-A., Martini, A., & Preen, D. (2017, October 29-31). Identifying barriers and priority areas for building workforce capacity in pharmacoepidemiology research in Australia [Poster presentation]. The International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology 10th Asian Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology (ACPE), Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

    O'Brien, A. (2017, June 1-3). Promoting self-management of health [Poster presentation].  The 40th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, VIC, Melbourne, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2017.24

     

    Saunders, R., Williams, E., Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Loffler, H., & Martini, A. (2017). An Interprofessional Education Toolkit for staff in residential aged care. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Seaman, K., Pratt, K., Williams, E., & Robertson, A. (2017, March 30-31). Understanding the impact of socialisation robots on the social engagement of older adults with cognitive decline [Poster presentation]. The Aged and Community Services Western Australia Conference, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Seaman, K., Saunders, R., Williams, E., Harrup-Gregory, J., Loffler, H., & Lake, F. (2017). An examination of students’ perceptions of their interprofessional placements in residential aged care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 31(2), 147-153. http://doi:10.1080/13561820.2016.1262338

    Seaman, K., Williams, E., Pratt, K., Robertson, B., & Robertson, A. (2017, November 21-22). Understanding the impact of socialisation robots on the social engagement of older adults with cognitive decline [Poster presentation]. The Information Technology in Age Care Conference, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

    Seaman, K., Williams, E., Pratt, K., Robertson, B., & Robertson, A. (2017, April 26-29). Understanding the impact of socialisation robots on the social engagement of older adults with cognitive decline [Poster presentation].  The 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International, Kyoto, Japan.

    Seaman, K., Williams, E., Saunders, R., Harrup-Gregory, J., Pratt, K., & Loffler, H. (2017, April 26-29). Interprofessional education in aged care IPEAC toolkit - supporting staff to facilitate interprofessional student placements [Poster presentation]. The 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International, Kyoto, Japan.

    Sinclair, C., Agar, M., Field, S., Williams, K., Blake, M., Stewart, C., Callaghan, S., Bucks, R., Clayton, J., & Auret, K. (2017). Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission Inquiry into the Guardianship Act 1987 - Question Paper 2. Sydney, NSW, Australia: NSW Law Reform Commission.

    Sinclair, C., & Blake, M. (2017). Submission to the WA Parliament Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices. Perth, WA, Australia: WA Legislative Assembly.

    Sinclair, C., Bucks, R., Williams, K., Blake, M., Field, S., Clayton, J., Callaghan, S., Radoslovich, H., Auret, K., & Kurrle, S. (2017). Experiences of decision-making and advance care planning by people with dementia. Reframing Dementia Workshop. Sydney, NSW, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Gersbach, K., Hogan, M., Bucks, R., Blake, M., Auret, K., Williams, K., Clayton, J., Radoslovich, H., Callaghan, S., Field, S., Agar, M., Stewart, C., Gresham, M., Martini, A., Bajic-Smith, J., & Kurrle, S. (2017, October 15). Substitute or supported decision-making? Learning from the lived experiences of people with dementia and their carers to guide practice, policy and law reform [Poster presentation]. The NNIDR Australian Dementia Forum, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Sinclair, C., Gersbach, K., Hogan, M., Bucks, R., Blake, M., Williams, K., Clayton, J., Auret, K., Radoslovich, H., Callaghan, S., Field, S., Agar, M., Stewart, C., Gresham, M., Martini, A., Bajic-Smith, J., & Kurrle, S. (2017, October 19). Substitute or supported decision-making? Learning from the lived experiences of people with dementia and their carers to guide practice, policy and law reform [Poster presentation].  The Alzheimer's Australia Biennial National Conference, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Sluggett, J. K., Ilomäki, J., Seaman, K. L., Corlis, M., & Bell, J. S. (2017). Medication management policy, practice and research in Australian residential aged care: Current and future directions. Pharmacological Research, 116, 20-28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phrs.2016.12.011

    Teig, C. J., Grotle, M., Bond, M. J., Prinsen, C. A. C., Engh, M. A. E., Cvancarova, M. S., Kjøllesdal, M., & Martini, A. (2017). Norwegian translation, and validation, of the Pelvic Floor Distress Inventory (PFDI-20) and the Pelvic Floor Impact Questionnaire (PFIQ-7). International Urogynecology Journal, 28(7), 1005-1017. http://doi:10.1007/s00192-016-3209-z

    Wagland, J., Williams, E., & Martini, A. (2017, June 1-3). The importance of post-acute rehabilitation: A case study [Poster presentation]. The 40th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2017.24

    Williams, E., Harrup-Gregory, J., Saunders, R., Seaman, K., & Martini, A. (2017, October 17-20). Interprofessional education in aged care supporting people with dementia – The IPEAC Toolkit [Poster presentation].  The 17th Alzheimer’s Australia Biennial National Dementia Conference, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

    Williams, E., Loffler, H., Harrup-Gregory, J., Saunders, R., Seaman, K., & Martini, A. (2017, July 21-22). Interprofessional education in aged care IPEAC Toolkit – Supporting residential aged care staff [Poster presentation].  The Better Practice Conference, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

    Williams, E., Loffler, H., Harrup-Gregory, J., Saunders, R., Seaman, K., & Martini, A. (2017, November 8-10). IPEAC Toolkit creating a sustainable interprofessional workforce for aged care [Poster presentation]. The Australian Association of Gerontology Conference, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Williams, E., Pratt, K., & Martini, A. (2017). Understanding the impact of socialisation robots on the social engagement of older adults with cognitive decline. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Williams, E., Saunders, R., Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Loffler, H., & Martini, A. (2017). An international education toolkit for staff in residential aged care. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, WA, Australia.

    Williams, E., Wagland, J., & Martini, A. (2017, June 1-3). Type of cerebrovascular accident and influence on rehabilitation planning and outcomes. Paper presented at the 40th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1017/BrImp.2017.24

  • 2016

    Bulsara, C., Seaman, K., Steuxner, S. & Cope, V. (2016). Using sound therapy to ease agitation amongst persons with dementia: a pilot study. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 23(7): 38-39. Available from: https://search.proquest.com/openview/2f0ca29fda5c04385bcb43dc65b8e655/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=33490

    Francis-Coad, J., Etherton-Beer, C., Bulsara, C., Nobre, D. & Hill, A. (2016). Using a community of practice to evaluate falls prevention activity in a residential aged care organisation: a clinical audit. Australian Health Review, 41(1): 13-18. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1071/AH15189

    Hang, J., Francis-Coad, J., Phty, M., Burro, B., Nobre, D. & Hill, A. (2016). Assessing knowledge, motivation and perceptions about falls prevention among care staff in a residential aged care setting. Geriatric Nursing, 37(6): 464-469. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gerinurse.2016.06.019

    Saunders, R., Singer, R., Dugmore, H., Seaman, K. & Lake, F. (2016). Nursing students’ reflections on an interprofessional placement in ambulatory care. Reflective Practice, 17(4): 393-402. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2016.1164686

    Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Williams, E. & Saunders, R. (2016). Interprofessional education in residential aged care: Optimising care and workforce possibilities. The National Health and Medical Research Council Symposium on Research Translation, Melbourne, Victoria.

    Seaman, K., Williams E., Saunders, R., Harrup-Gregory, J., Pratt, K., Loffler, H. & Hallsworth, A. (2016). Evaluating the Outcomes for Interprofessional Education Programs in Residential Aged Care. Brightwater Care Group, Perth, Australia. ISBN 978-0-9954235-0-3. Available from: https://brightwatergroup.com

  • 2015

    Francis-Coad, J., Etherton-Beer, C., Bulsara, C., Nobre, D. & Hill, A. (2015). Investigating the impact of a falls prevention community of practice in a residential aged-care setting: a mixed methods study protocol. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 71(12): 2977-2986. 

    Saunders, R., Dugmore, H. Seaman, K. & Lake, F. (2015). Interprofessional education in ambulatory care: Student outcomes. 3rd NUS-NUH International Nursing Conference/20th Joint Singapore-Malaysia Nursing Conference.

    Saunders, R., Dugmore, H. Seaman, K. & Lake, F. (2015). Student perceptions of an interprofessional clinical placement in ambulatory care. Interprofessional Health, Education & Practice International Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

    Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Saunders, R., Loffler, H., Singer, R. & Lawrence .J. (2015). Interprofessional education in residential aged care: Translating knowledge into practice in the care of older adults. Interprofessional Health, Education & Practice International Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

    Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Saunders, R., Loffler, H., Singer, R. & Lawrence .J. (2015). Working towards a sustainable aged care workforce through interprofessional education. Primary Health Care Research Conference. Adelaide, SA.

    Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Lawrence .J. Loffler, H., Saunders, R., & Singer R. (2015). Exploring an Interprofessional education program in residential aged care. Australian Association of Gerontology.

    Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Lawrence .J. Loffler, H., Singer, R. & Saunders, R. (2015). Exploring an Interprofessional education program in residential aged care. European Conference on Interprofessional Practice and Education, Nijmegan, The Netherlands.

    Seaman, K.,Harrup-Gregory, J., Lawrence .J., Loffler, H., Singer, R. & Saunders, R. (2015). Interprofessional education and residential aged care: Multifaceted outcomes for residents and students. European Forum for Primary Care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    Seaman, K., Harrup-Gregory, J., Saunders, R., Loffler, H., Singer, R. & Lawrence .J. (2015). Interprofessional Education in Residential Aged Care: Optimising Care And Workforce Possibilities. International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Asia/Oceania 2015 Congress, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

    Seaman, K., Harrup, J. Saunders,R. (2015). Residential aged care: Stagnant or stimulating for future graduates? 30th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International, Perth, WA.

    Seaman,K., Harrup,J. Saunders,R. Lawrence,J. (2015). Residential aged care: Stagnant or stimulating? Creating a workforce for the future by changing student’s perceptions. Aged and Community Services Western Australia Conference, Perth. Intermittently

    Wagland, J. (2015). Brightwater Oats Street: An innovative approach to brain injury rehabilitation. National Acquired Brain Injury Conference.

  • 2014

    Bulsara, C., Brett, T., Seaman, K. & Arnold-Reed, D. (2014). Retaining consumer participation in the Fremantle Primary Prevention Study: a general practice team based cardiovascular risk reduction study. GSTF Journal of Nursing and Health Care, 1(2): 101-105. Available from: http://dl6.globalstf.org/index.php/jnhc/article/view/323

    Seaman, K., Bulsara, C. & Saunders, R. (2014). Interprofessional learning in residential aged care: providing optimal care for residents. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 21(3): 360-364. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1071/PY14026

    Cocks, E., Bulsara, C., O’Callaghan, A., Netto, J., & Boaden, R. (2014). Exploring the experiences of people with the dual diagnosis of acquired brain injury and mental illness. Brain Injury, 28(4), 414-421. DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2014.880799

    Sainsbury-Hughes, S., Stewart, C., Sharp, K., Rymen, G., Wang, S., Seaman, K., & Bulsara, C. (2014). “I’m a dreamer!” A music expression group enhancing communication and emotional wellbeing for people with an acquired brain injury. 37th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Perth, Western Australia.

    Sharp, K., & Seaman, K. (2014). Housing the homeless: A transitional ABI service improving individual functional outcomes and options for long term care and support. 37th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Perth, Western Australia.

    Seaman, K., Reilly, S., & Waghorn, D. (2014). The importance of sleep: Balancing staff duty of care with a person centred approach when supporting people with an ABI who live in group homes. 37th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference, Perth, Western Australia.

  • 2013

    Sharp, K., & Seaman, K. (2013). Is the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory – 4 (MPAI-4) an optimal outcome measure for a community based, acquired brain injury rehabilitation service in Australia? 36th ASSBI Annual Brain Impairment Conference. Hobart, Tasmania.

    Bulsara, C., & Seaman, K. (2013). Interprofessional education: Y’s regenerating mobility and motivation in residential aged care. Aged and Community Services Western Australia Conference.

  • 2012

    Bulsara, C., Cocks, E., Netto, J., & O’Callaghan, A. (2012). Between pillar and post: Challenges for persons with a dual diagnosis of acquired brain injury and mental illness in accessing support and services. Primary Health Research Conference.

    Seaman, K., Bulsara, C., & Sharp, K. (2012). Enabling a wellness approach by measuring improved quality of life, health outcomes and functional status amongst persons with an acquired neurological disability. Institute for Health and Rehabilitation Research (IHRR) Annual Research Seminar.

    Bulsara, C., McKenzie, A., & Emery, J. (2012). Addressing issues with medications compliance amongst seniors in the community. Australian Association of Gerontology Conference.

    Lake, F., Brewer, M., Saunders, R., & Sharland, K. (2012). Interprofessional learning in action in residential aged care. Australian Association of Gerontology Conference.

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  • Can I volunteer with the Brightwater Research Centre?

    Yes!

    Volunteers help our research centre with data collection, data analysis, literature reviews and more.

    Please visit our Research Volunteers page for more information.

  • What sort of research do you conduct?

    All of our research is focused on improving the quality of life of our residents and clients, therefore most of our research is practical and applied in a care/community setting.

    Our priorities are brain health, brain injury rehabilitation, independence, ageing well, dementia care, quality of life, Huntington’s disease and nutrition.

    For more information, see our Current Research page.

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    If your research enquiry is considered feasible for Brightwater, you will be invited to complete the Brightwater Research Application form.
    Note: Research applications go to the Brightwater Research Centre or Steering Committee for approval

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    Once your research application is approved, complete all required legal and administrative documentation.

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