Stuart T. Smith, PhD, MSc

Affiliations: 
Health Sciences University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia 
Area:
Vision, Vestibular System
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Simpson DB, Bird ML, English C, et al. (2019) "Connecting patients and therapists remotely using technology is feasible and facilitates exercise adherence after stroke". Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 1-10
Harris DM, Rantalainen T, Muthalib M, et al. (2018) Concurrent exergaming and transcranial direct current stimulation to improve balance in people with Parkinson's disease: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 19: 387
Sherrington C, Hassett L, van den Berg M, et al. (2018) The effectiveness of affordable technology in rehabilitation to improve mobility and physical activity: Amount (activity and mobility using technology) rehabilitation trial Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 61: e86
Song J, Paul SS, Caetano MJD, et al. (2017) Home-based step training using videogame technology in people with Parkinson's disease: a single-blinded randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation. 269215517721593
Brickwood KJ, Smith ST, Watson G, et al. (2017) The effect of ongoing feedback on physical activity levels following an exercise intervention in older adults: a randomised controlled trial protocol. Bmc Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation. 9: 1
Tiedemann A, Rissel C, Howard K, et al. (2016) Health coaching and pedometers to enhance physical activity and prevent falls in community-dwelling people aged 60 years and over: study protocol for the Coaching for Healthy AGEing (CHAnGE) cluster randomised controlled trial. Bmj Open. 6: e012277
Bird ML, Callisaya ML, Cannell J, et al. (2016) Accuracy, Validity, and Reliability of an Electronic Visual Analog Scale for Pain on a Touch Screen Tablet in Healthy Older Adults: A Clinical Trial. Interactive Journal of Medical Research. 5: e3
van den Berg M, Sherrington C, Killington M, et al. (2016) Video and computer-based interactive exercises are safe and improve task-specific balance in geriatric and neurological rehabilitation: a randomised trial. Journal of Physiotherapy. 62: 20-8
Smith ST, Bird M. (2016) Interactive games for home delivery of exercise and rehabilitation interventions for older adults: an Australian perspective Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 231: 110-118
Schoene D, Valenzuela T, Toson B, et al. (2015) Interactive Cognitive-Motor Step Training Improves Cognitive Risk Factors of Falling in Older Adults - A Randomized Controlled Trial. Plos One. 10: e0145161
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