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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 421
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2015The evaluation of a brief educational pain management intervention amongst Australian GP registrars.Holliday S; Dunlop A; Hayes C; Morgan S; Tapley A; Henderson K; Larance B; Shakeshaft A; Magin P; Hayes, C
2017Establishment of the Australasian Electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration.Tardif H; Arnold C; Hayes C; Eagar K; Hayes, C
2016Using social media to challenge unwarranted clinical variation in the treatment of chronic noncancer pain: the “Brainman” storyWhite R; Hayes C; White S; Hodson F; Hayes, C
Feb-2017Does brief chronic pain management education change opioid prescribing rates? A pragmatic trial in Australian early-career general practitioners.Holliday SM; Hayes C; Dunlop AJ; Morgan S; Tapley A; Henderson KM; van Driel ML; Holliday EG; Ball JI; Davey A; Spike NA; McArthur LA; Magin PJ; Hayes, C
Dec-2017Protecting Pain Patients. The Evaluation of a Chronic Pain Educational Intervention.Holliday S; Hayes C; Dunlop A; Morgan S; Tapley A; Henderson K; Larance B; Magin P; Hayes, C
Jun-2017Population Characteristics in a Tertiary Pain Service Cohort Experiencing Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Weight Status, Comorbidities, and Patient Goals.Brain K; Burrows T; Rollo ME; Hayes C; Hodson FJ; Collins CE; Hayes, C
Jun-2018Prescribing wellness: comprehensive pain management outside specialist services.Holliday S; Hayes C; Jones L; Gordon J; Harris N; Nicholas M; Hayes, C
Apr-2017Variation in dispensing of opioid analgesics in Australia.Duggan A; Hayes C; Hayes, C
Nov-2018Therapeutic alternatives for supporting GPs to deprescribe opioids: a cross-sectional surveyWhite, Ruth A; Hayes, C; Boyes, Allison W; Chiu, Simon; Paul, Christine L; Hayes, C
-Increasing body mass index and abdominal subcutaneous fat thickness are associated with increased skin-to-epidural space distance in pregnant womenEley, Victoria; Chin, Adrian; Sekar, Renuka; Donovan, Timothy; Krepska, Amy; Lawrence, Mitchell; Bell, Sheridan; Ralfem, Kate; McGrath, Shaun; Webb, Lachlan; Robinson, Alexander; van Zundert, Andre; Marquart, Louise; Bell, SB; Chin, AM; Eley, VA; Krepska, AL; Lawrence, MJ; Van Zundert, AM
-Increased maternal abdominal subcutaneous fat thickness and body mass index are associated with increased cesarean delivery: A prospective cohort studyEley, Victoria; Sekar, Renuka; Chin, Adrian; Donovan, Timothy; Krepska, Amy; Lawrence, Mitchell; Bell, Sheridan; McGrath, Shaun; Robinson, Alexander; Webb, Lachlan; Marquart, Louise; Bell, SB; Chin, AM; Eley, VA; Krepska, AL; Lawrence, MJ
Nov-2018The effect of preload on electromyographic train of four ratios at the first dorsal interosseous muscle during spontaneous recovery from neuromuscular blockBansal A; Stewart PA; Phillips S; Liang S; Wang X; Liang, SS; Phillips, S; Stewart, PA
2015Stereopharmacological research in anaesthesiologyMather, Laurence Edward
2012A history of anaesthesiaBall, Christine; Ball, C
2010Defining quality of life: a qualitative study of hospital outpatients in New South WalesLewis, Gerald Brereton Heyner
2006Fatigue, sleep loss and anaesthetists' performance: subjective effects and simulation studiesGarden, Alexander
2005Pain, analgesia and anaesthesia: management of acute, chronic and cancer pain: a compilation of publications 1971-2005Cousins, Michael J
2005Perioperative sleep and breathingLoadsman, John Anthony
2004Receptor interactions with n-type calcium channels in the modulation of neuropathic painScott, David Anderson; Scott, DA
2002The Department of Anaesthesia, UCT 1920-2000: a historyParbhoo, Nagin
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