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Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Cerebral Palsy
D. Reddihough, HK Graham, C Imms, N Badawi, M Coory, E Waters, E Blair
Resonance: A digital media art work for cooperative group interaction in the rehabilitation of acquired brain injury
Wilson, P., Thomas, P. (Griffith U.), Shum, D. (Griffith U.), & Duckworth, J.
The best service at the best time: Improving the implementation of research for children with cerebral palsy
C. Imms, I. Novak, D. Reddihough, K Graham, N. Shields, M Coory
AI: A Crettenden, E Froude, A, Creighton, H Smithers-Sheedy, P Karlsson, A Harvey, S Foley
The development of rapid online motor control in children
Wilson, P., Piek, J. (Curtin U., WA), & Sugden, D. (U. Leeds, UK)
ELEMENTS — An Augmented Reality Workspace for Movement Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Patients
ARC Linkage Grant
The development of feedforward mechanisms of motor control: The role of efference copy in motor skill development
Wilson, P., Thomas, P. (Griffith U.), & Maruff, P. (La Trobe U.)
The use of portable inertial measurement sensors to measure upper limb function in children with cerebral palsy: A validation and reliability study
T Grisbrook, C Elliott, S Williams, C Imms, M Randall, B Adair
Improving function in cerebral palsy through motor imagery training
Williams, J., Reddihough, D., Wilson, P.H., & Reid, S.
Improving the participation of youth with cerebral palsy in community activities: An evaluation
M. Law, D. Anaby, C. Imms
RE-ACTION: Virtual Reality Augmented Workspace for Paediatric Rehabilitation
Green, D. (Evelina Hospital, London & Kings College, London), Lin, J-P. (Guys & St. Thomas’ Hospital), & Wilson, P.
Responsiveness of the Revised Melbourne Assessment of Unilateral Upper Limb Function
M Randall, C Imms
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