Emily Ramage

Emily Ramage
The University of Newcastle, Australia · School of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

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Introduction
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Newcastle. My current work involves the design and piloting of a telehealth delivered exercise program aimed at reducing secondary stroke risk.

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Background Careful development of interventions using principles of co-production is now recognized as an important step for clinical trial development, but practical guidance on how to do this in practice is lacking. This paper aims (1) provide practical guidance for researchers to co-produce interventions ready for clinical trial by describing th...
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Research coproduction requires researchers to have adequate skills and expertise to work in collaboration with knowledge users. However, most research trainees do not receive formal training in research coproduction. To address this gap, this chapter provides graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with a roadmap for how to engage in research co...
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Introduction Collaborative research approaches, such as co-production, co-design, engaged scholarship and integrated knowledge translation (IKT), aim to bridge the evidence to practice and policy gap. There are multiple benefits of collaborative research approaches, but studies report many challenges with establishing and maintaining research partn...
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Background: Increasing physical activity (PA) and improving diet quality are opportunities to improve secondary stroke prevention, but access to appropriate services is limited. Interventions co-designed with stroke survivors and delivered by telehealth are a potential solution. Aim: The aim of this study is to test the feasibility, safety, and...
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Lifestyle interventions to reduce second stroke risk are complex. For effective translation into practice, interventions must be specific to end-user needs and described in detail for replication. This study used an Integrated Knowledge Translation (IKT) approach and the Template for Intervention Description and Replication (TIDieR) checklist to co...
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Objectives The COVID-19 pandemic has seen a rapid shift to telehealth delivered physical therapy services. Common impairments after stroke create unique challenges when providing rehabilitation via telehealth, particularly when it involves activities undertaken in weight-bearing or standing positions, including walking training. Our scoping review...
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Introduction: Collaborative research approaches, such as co-production, co-design, engaged scholarship, and integrated knowledge translation (IKT), aim to bridge the evidence to practice and policy gap. There are multiple benefits of collaborative research approaches, but studies report many challenges with establishing and maintaining research par...
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Introduction Increasing physical activity reduces secondary stroke risk factors, but many stroke survivors have low levels of physical activity. Supervised exercise delivered via telehealth has the potential to overcome barriers to increased physical activity in stroke survivors. Our scoping review will examine the emerging field of supervised exer...

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