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Australian Journal of Physiotherapy

Volume 54 . NO 4 . 2008

Editorial
229 Manuela L Ferreira and Robert D Herbert
What does ‘clinically important’ really mean?
Research
233 Philip J van der Wees, Gro Jamtvedt, Trudy Rebbeck, Rob A de Bie, Joost Dekker and Erik JM Hendriks
Multifaceted implementation strategies may increase implementation of physiotherapy clinical guidelines: a systematic review

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243 Polly Mo-Yee Lau, Daniel Hung-Kay Chow and Malcolm Henry Pope
Immediate physiotherapy intervention in an Accident and Emergency Department reduces pain and improves satisfaction for patients with acute low back pain: a randomised trial

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253 Sandra Kay, Margaret McMahon and Kathy Stiller
An advice and exercise program has some benefits over natural recovery after distal radius fracture: a randomised trial

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261 Stephen May, Alison Greasley, Sarah Reeve and Sarah Withers
Expert therapists use specific clinical reasoning processes in the assessment and management of patients with shoulder pain: a qualitative study

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269 Michael K Drew, David Sibbritt and Pauline Chiarelli
No association between previous Caesarean-section delivery and back pain in mid-aged Australian women: an observational study
275 Ian Cooper and Sue Jenkins
Sexual boundaries between physiotherapists and patients are not perceived clearly: an observational study

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Appraisal
281 Critically Appraised Papers
284 Clinimetrics
286 Clinical Practice Guidelines
287 Media
288 Correspondence

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