Publications 2022

Research

  1. O’Connor, D. A., Glasziou, P., Maher, C. G., McCaffery, K. J., Schram, D., Maguire, B., Ma, R., Billot, L., Gorelik, A., Traeger, A.C., Albarqouni, L., ... & Buchbinder, R. (2022). Effect of an Individualized Audit and Feedback Intervention on Rates of Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Imaging Requests by Australian General Practitioners: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA328(9), 850-860.
  2. Meloncelli, N. J., Young, A., Christoffersen, A., Rushton, A., Zhelnov, P., Wilkinson, S. A., Scott, A.M., & de Jersey, S. (2022). Co‐designing nutrition interventions with consumers: a scoping review. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
  3. Kazda, L., McGeechan, K., Bell, K., Thomas, R., & Barratt, A. (2022). Increased diagnosis of attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder despite stable hyperactive/inattentive behaviours: evidence from two birth cohorts of Australian children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
  4. Cardona, M., Craig, L., Jones, M., Byambasuren, O., Obucina, M., Hattingh, L., ... & Hoffmann, T. (2022). Guideline Adherence As An Indicator of the Extent of Antithrombotic Overuse and Underuse: A Systematic Review. Global heart17(1).
  5. Younan, S., Cardona, M., Sahay, A., Willis, E., & Chroinin, D. N. (2022). Advanced Care Planning (ACP) in the early phase of COVID-19: A rapid review of the practice and policy lessons learned. medRxiv.
  6. de Cassan, S., Thompson, M. J., Perera, R., Glasziou, P. P., Del Mar, C. B., Heneghan, C. J., & Hayward, G. (2022). Corticosteroides como tratamiento independiente o complementario para el dolor de garganta [Corticosteroids as standalone or add on treatment for sore throat.]. Emergencias: revista de la Sociedad Espanola de Medicina de Emergencias34(4), 308-309.
  7. Ohkuma, T., Harris, K., Cooper, M., Grobbee, D. E., Hamet, P., Harrap, S., ... & Chalmers, J.  on behalf of the ADVANCE Collaborative Group (Glasziou, P.) (2022). Short-term changes in serum potassium and the risk of subsequent vascular events and mortality: Results from a randomized controlled trial of ACE inhibitors. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology17(8), 1139-1149.
  8. Doi, S. A., Kostoulas, P., & Glasziou, P. (2022). Likelihood ratio interpretation of the relative risk. BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine.
  9. Scott, A.M., Clark, J., Greenwood, H., Krzyzaniak, N., Cardona, M., Peiris, R., Sims, R., & Glasziou, P. (2022). Telehealth v. face-to-face provision of care to patients with depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychological Medicine.
  10. Sav, A., Thomas, S. T., Cardona, M., Michaleff, Z. A. & Dobler, C. C. (2022). Treatment burden discussion in clinical encounters: priorities of COPD patients, carers and physicians. International Journal of COPD, 2022(17), 1929-1942.
  11. Jolliffe, L., Hoffmann, T., Laver, K., McCluskey, A., & Lannin, N. A. (2022). Stroke rehabilitation research translation in Australia: a survey of clinical trialists. Disability and Rehabilitation44(10), 2131-2137.
  12. Degeling, C., McEwin, E. J., Moynihan, R., & Carter, S. M. (2022). The introduction and demise of full-body computed tomography (CT) scanning in Australia: implications for preventing overdiagnosis. Critical Public Health32(3), 309-321.
  13. Modi, N. D., Abuhelwa, A. Y., McKinnon, ..., Hoffmann, T. C., ... & Hopkins, A. M. (2022). Audit of Data Sharing by Pharmaceutical Companies for Anticancer Medicines Approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. JAMA Oncology.
  14. Kent, B. A., Holman, C., Amoako, E., ..., Stehlik, P. ... & Weissgerber, T. L. (2022). Recommendations for empowering early career researchers to improve research culture and practice. PLoS Biology20(7), e3001680.
  15. Schnelle, C., Clark, J., Mascord, R., & Jones, M. A. (2022). Is there a doctors’ effect on patients’ physical health, beyond the intervention and all known factors? A systematic review. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management18, 721.
  16. Schnelle, C., & Jones, M. A. (2022). Qualitative Study of Medical Doctors on Their Experiences and Opinions of the Characteristics of Exceptionally Good Doctors. Advances in Medical Education and Practice13, 717-731.
  17. Schnelle, C., & Jones, M. A. (2022). The Doctors’ Effect on Patients’ Physical Health Outcomes Beyond the Intervention: A Methodological Review. Clinical Epidemiology14, 851.
  18. Copp, T., Dakin, T., Nickel, B., Albarqouni, L., Mannix, L., McCaffery, K. J., ... & Moynihan, R. (2022). Interventions to improve media coverage of medical research: a codesigned feasibility and acceptability study with Australian journalists. BMJ open12(6), e062706.
  19. Fien, S., Dowsett, C., Hunter, C. L., Myooran, J., Sahay, A., Menzel, K., & Cardona, M. (2022). Feasibility, satisfaction, acceptability and safety of telehealth for First Nations and culturally and linguistically diverse people: a scoping review. Public Health207, 119-126.
  20. Schaffer, A. L., Henry, D., Zoega, H., Elliott, J. H., & Pearson, S. A. (2022). Changes in dispensing of medicines proposed for re-purposing in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia. PloS one17(6), e0269482.
  21. Rhon, D. I., Fritz, J. M., Kerns, R. D., McGeary, D. D., Coleman, B. C., Farrokhi, S., ... & Hoffmann, T. (2022). TIDieR-telehealth: precision in reporting of telehealth interventions used in clinical trials-unique considerations for the Template for the Intervention Description and Replication (TIDieR) checklist. BMC Medical Research Methodology22(1), 1-11.
  22. Schnelle, C., Clark, J., Mascord, R., & Jones, M. A. (2022). Is There a Surgeons’ Effect on Patients’ Physical Health, Beyond the Intervention, That Requires Further Investigation? A Systematic Review. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management18, 467.
  23. O’Keeffe, M., Ferreira, G. E., Harris, I. A., Darlow, B., Buchbinder, R., Traeger, A. C., Zadro, J. R., Herbert, R. D., Thomas, R., Belton, J. & Maher, C. G. Effect of diagnostic labelling on management intentions for non‐specific low back pain: a randomised scenario‐based experiment. European Journal of Pain, 26(7), 1532-1545.
  24. Krzyzaniak, N., Forbes, C., Clark, J., Scott, A., Del Mar, C., & Bakhit, M. (2022). Antibiotics versus no treatment for asymptomatic bacteriuria in aged care residents: a systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of General Practice.
  25. Scott, A. M., Bakhit, M., Greenwood, H., Cardona, M., Clark, J., Krzyzaniak, N., Peiris, R., & Glasziou, P. P. (2022). Real-Time Telehealth Versus Face-to-Face management for Patients with PTSD in Primary Care: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 83(4), [21r14143].
  26. Tracy, M. C., Thompson, R., Muscat, D. M., Bonner, C., Hoffmann, T., McCaffery, K., & Shepherd, H. L. (2022). Implementing shared decision making in Australia. Zeitschrift für Evidenz, Fortbildung und Qualität im Gesundheitswesen, 171, 15-21.
  27. Yadav, K., Krzyzaniak, N., Alexander, C., Scott, A. M., Clark, J., Glasziou, P., & Keijzers, G. (2022). The impact of antibiotics on clinical response over time in uncomplicated cellulitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Infection, 1-13.
  28. Zadro, J. R., Karunaratne, S., Harris, I. A., Jones, C. M., O’Keeffe, M., Ferreira, G. E., ... & Hoffmann, T. (2022). The impact of a patient decision aid on intention to undergo surgery for subacromial pain syndrome: An online randomised controlled trial. Patient Education and Counseling.
  29. Schnelle, C., & Jones, M. A. (2022). Protocol for a Qualitative Study on Doctors’ Opinions on and Experiences of Exceptionally Good Doctors. Advances in Medical Education and Practice13, 103-109.
  30. Dennison, B., Boscott, B., Thomas, R., Griffin, S., Harrison, H., John, S., et al. (2022). A community jury study exploring the public acceptability of using risk stratification to determine eligibility for cancer screening. Health Expectations
  31. Bell, K. J., White, S., Hassan, O., Zhu, L., Scott, A. M., Clark, J., & Glasziou, P. (2022). Evaluation of the Incremental Value of a Coronary Artery Calcium Score Beyond Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Assessment: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Internal Medicine, 182(6), 634-642.
  32. Bell, K., Doust, J., Sanders, S., Buchbinder, R., Glasziou, P., Irwig, L., Jones, M., Moynihan, R., Kazda, L., & Barratt, A. (2022). A novel methodological framework was described for detecting and quantifying overdiagnosis. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 148, 146-159.
  33. Button, E., Cardona, M., Huntley, K., Gavin, N. C., LeBlanc, T. W., Olsen, A., ... & Yates, P. (2022). Clinicians' Understanding of Preferences and Values of People with Hematological Malignancies at the End of Life: Concurrent Surveys. Journal of Palliative Medicine.
  34. Scott, A. M., Bryant, E. A., Byrne, J. A., Taylor, N., & Barnett, A. G. (2022). “No Country Bureaucratised its way to Excellence”: A Content Analysis of Comments on a Petition to Streamline Australian Research Ethics and Governance Processes. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics17(1-2), 102-113.
  35. Wenke, R., Wiseman, J., Brandenburg, C., Stehlik, P., Hughes, I., Richards, K., & Mickan, S. (2022). Long term tailored implementation of structured “TREAT” journal clubs in allied health: a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study. BMC Medical Education22(1), 1-10.
  36. Pokorny, A. M., Moynihan, R., Fox, P., Karikios, D. J., Bero, L. A., & Mintzes, B. J. (2022). Australian Cancer Physicians and the Pharmaceutical Industry: A Survey of Attitudes and Interactions. JCO Oncology Practice, 18(7), e1154-e1163.
  37. O'Brian, S., Onslow, M., Jones, M., Lowe, R., Packman, A., & Menzies, R. (2022). Comparison of Stuttering Severity and Anxiety During Standard and Challenge Phone Calls. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research65(3), 982-990.
  38. Byrne, P., Demasi, M., Jones, M., Smith, S. M., O’Brien, K. K., & DuBroff, R. (2022). Evaluating the association between low-density lipoprotein cholesterol reduction and relative and absolute effects of statin treatment: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Intern Med, 182(5), 474-481.
  39. Gibson, E., Koh, C. L., Eames, S., Bennett, S., Scott, A. M., & Hoffmann, T. C. (2022). Occupational therapy for cognitive impairment in stroke patients. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (3), CD006430.
  40. Glenton, C., Carlsen, B., Winje, B. A., Eilers, R., Wennekes, M. D., Hoffmann, T. C., & Lewin, S. (2022). Using qualitative research to develop an elaboration of the TIDieR checklist for interventions to enhance vaccination communication. Health Research Policy and Systems20(1), 1-8.
  41. Greenwood, H., Krzyzaniak, N., Peiris, R., Clark, J., Scott, A. M., Cardona, M., Griffith, R., & Glasziou, P. (2022). Telehealth Versus Face-to-face Psychotherapy for Less Common Mental Health Conditions: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. JMIR Mental Health, 9(3), e31780.
  42. Scott, A. M., Murray, A., Jones, M., Keijzers, G., & Glasziou, P. (2022). “I was prepared to become infected as a frontline medical staff”: a survey of Australian emergency department staff experiences during COVID‐19. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 34(4), 569-577.
  43. Wake, E., Brandenburg, C., Heathcote, K., Dale, K., Campbell, D., & Cardona, M. (2022). Follow-up of severely injured patients can be embedded in routine hospital care: results from a feasibility study. Hospital Practice, 50(2), 138-150.
  44. Pokorny, A. M., Fabbri, A., Bero, L. A., Moynihan, R., & Mintzes, B. J. (2022). Interactions with the pharmaceutical industry and the practice, knowledge and beliefs of medical oncologists and clinical haematologists: a systematic review. British Journal of Cancer, 126144–161.
  45. Muscat, D. M., Cvejic, E., Bell, K., Smith, J., Morris, G. M., Jansen, J., Thomas, R., ... & McCaffery, K. (2022). The impact of health literacy on psychosocial and behavioural outcomes among people at low risk of cardiovascular disease. Preventive Medicine156, 106980.
  46. Glasziou, P., Dartnell, J., Biezen, R., Morgan, M., Manski-Nankervis, J.A. (2022). Antibiotic stewardship: A review of successful, evidence-based primary care strategies. Australian Journal of General Practice, 51(1-2):15-20.
  47. Hoffmann, T. C., Jones, M., Glasziou, P., Beller, E., Trevena, L., & Del Mar, C. (2022). A Brief Shared Decision-Making Intervention for Acute Respiratory Infections on Antibiotic Dispensing Rates in Primary Care: A Cluster Randomized Trial. The Annals of Family Medicine20(1), 35-41.
  48. Hawkins, O., Scott, A. M., Montgomery, A., Nicholas, B., Mullan, J., van Oijen, A., & Degeling, C. (2022). Comparing public attitudes, knowledge, beliefs and behaviours towards antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance in Australia, United Kingdom, and Sweden (2010-2021): A systematic review, meta-analysis, and comparative policy analysis. Plos one17(1), e0261917.
  49. Del Mar, C., Hoffmann, T., & Bakhit, M. (2022). How can general practitioners reduce antibiotic prescribing in collaboration with their patients? Australian Journal of General Practice, 51, 24-30.
  50. Doust, J. A., & Glasziou, P. P. & d'Emden, M.C. (2022). A large trial of screening for gestational diabetes mellitus in the United States highlights the need to revisit the Australian diagnostic criteria. MJA, 216(3), 113-115.
  51. Hoffmann, T., Bakhit, M., & Michaleff, Z. (2022). Shared decision making and physical therapy: What, when, how, and why?. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy, 100382.
  52. Glasziou, P., Dartnell, J., Biezen, R., Morgan, M., & Manski-Nankervis, J. A. (2022). Antibiotic stewardship. Australian Journal of General Practice51(1/2), 15-20.
  53. Cardona, M., Lewis, E. T., Bannach-Brown, A., Ip, G., Tan, J., Koreshe, E., ... & Lovell, N. (2022). Development and pilot testing of an electronic guide incorporating patient values and prognostic information in preparation for older people’s decision-making near the end of life. Research Square.
  54. Pathirana, T., Sequeira, R., Del Mar, C., Dickinson, J. A., Armstrong, B. K., Bell, K. J., & Glasziou, P. (2022). Trends in Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) testing and prostate cancer incidence and mortality in Australia: A critical analysis. Cancer Epidemiology, 77, 102093.
  55. Havighurst, S. S., Kehoe, C. E., Harley, A. E., Radovini, A., & Thomas, R. (2022). A randomized controlled trial of an emotion socialization parenting program and its impact on parenting, children's behavior and parent and child stress cortisol: Tuning in to Toddlers. Behaviour research and therapy, 149, 104016.
  56. Cardona, M., Fien, S., Myooran, J., Hunter, C., Dillon, A., Lewis, E., ... & Ní Chróinín, D. (2022). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of telehealth for Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people: a scoping review. Ethnicity & health, 1-22.
  57. Moro, C., Phelps, C., Veer, V., Clark, J., Glasziou, P., Tikkinen, K. A., & Scott, A. M. (2022). The effectiveness of parasympathomimetics for treating underactive bladder: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Neurourology and Urodynamics41(1), 127-139.
  58. Cao, S., Jones, M., Tooth, L., & Mishra, G. D. (2022). Generational differences in the prevalence of postpartum depression among young Australians: a comparison of two cohorts born 17 years apart. Archives of Women's Mental Health25(1), 199-214.
  59. Carlini, J., Bahudin, D., Michaleff, Z.A., Plunkett, E., Ní Shé, E., Clark, J., Cardona, M. (2021). Discordance and concordance on perception of quality care at end of life between older patients, caregivers and clinicians: a scoping review. Eur Geriatr Med, 13, 87-99. 
  60. Pawłowska, I. J., Pawłowski, L., Krzyżaniak, N., & Kocić, I. (2022). How to teach pharmacology to medical students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Eur J Transl Clin Med5(1), 33-39.

Other

  1. Bell, K. J., Zhu, L., & Glasziou, P. (2022). Keeping Score—Appropriate and Timely Use of CACS—Reply. JAMA Internal Medicine.
  2. Wallis, K.A., Zwar, N.A. & Glasziou, P. (2022). Social and occupational outcomes for young people who attend early intervention mental health services: a longitudinal study. MJA. (Letter)
  3. Stehlik, P., Withers, C., & Brandenburg, C. (2022). Selection criteria for Australian and New Zealand medical specialist training programs: another under-recognised driver of research waste. MJA. (Letter)
  4. Shaheed, C. A., Maher, C. G., Furmage, A. M., Hoffmann, T., & McLachlan, A. J. (2022). Better measuring and reporting of adverse events are needed in back pain trials of non-drug interventions. BMJ (Clinical research ed.)377, o1055. (Letter)
  5. Cardona, M., & Pitman, S. (2022). Overdue normalisation of nurse-led advance care planning interventions in Australia. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal27(7), 55.
  6. Hoffmann, T. C., Bakhit, M., & Del Mar, C. (2022). Methenamine hippurate for recurrent urinary tract infections. BMJ, 376:o533.
  7. Glasziou, P., & Thursky, K. (2022). Editorial: Antibiotics - Keeping the miracle alive. Australian Journal of General Practice, 51(1-2), 5.
  8. Henry, D.A., Jones, M.A., Stehlik, P. Glasziou, P.P. (2022). Effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines: findings from real world studies. MJA, 216(8), 431.  (Letter)