Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Middleton S, McElduff P, Ward J, Grimshaw J, Dale S, D’Este C, Drury P, Griffiths R, Cheung NW, Quinn C, Evans M, Cadilhac D & Levi C. (2011). Implementation of evidence-based treatment protocols to manage fever, hyperglycaemia and swallowing dysfunction in acute stroke improves 90-day outcomes: QASC, a cluster randomised controlled trial. Lancet, In Press (Accepted Sept)
Middleton S, Levi C, D’Este C, Dale S, Griffiths R, Grimshaw J, Ward J, Evans M, Quinn C, Cadilhac D. Death, dependency and health status 90-days following stroke in NSW: Preliminary results from the Quality in Acute Stroke Care (QASC) Project. Internal Medicine Journal. 2010; 41 (10)
Middleton, S., Levi, C., Ward, J., Grimshaw, J., Griffiths, R., D'Este, C., et al. (2009). Fever, hyperglycaemia and swallowing dysfunction management in acute stroke: A cluster randomised controlled trial of knowledge transfer.Implementation Science, 4(1), 16.
Jammali-Blasi, A., McInnes, E., Markus, R., Faux, S., O'Loughlin, G., Dale, S., et al. (2011). A study of 90-day outcomes for a cohort of patients admitted to an Australian metropolitan acute stroke unit.Journal of Vascular Nursing, 29(1), 3-10.
Letter to Editor
Middleton, S., Levi, C., & Dale, S. (2008). Arrival Time to Stroke Unit as Crucial a Measure as Arrival Time to Emergency Department. Stroke, 39(1), 5.