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Clinical Senior Lecturer
Department of Medicine (Dunedin)
Research summary
Stroke medicine, health of older people.


Dickson, B., Signal, N., Clay, L., Murphy, H., Busby, W., & Taylor, D. (2016). The intense trial: Putting the patient first by all playing in the same sandpit. Proceedings of the Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference. (pp. 68). Retrieved from Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Joshi, P., Fink, J., Barber, P. A., Davis, A., Lanford, J., Seymour, A., … Busby, W., … Ranta, A. (2016). Stroke thrombolysis in New Zealand: Data from the first 6 months of the New Zealand Thrombolysis Register. New Zealand Medical Journal, 129(1438), 42-47. Retrieved from Journal - Research Article

Millard, P. H., Rae, B., & Busby, W. (2009). Why nosokinetics? Measuring and modelling the process of care. In S. McClean, P. Millard, E. El-Darzi & C. Nugent (Eds.), Intelligent patient management: Studies in computational intelligence (Vol. 189). (pp. 3-23). Berlin, Germany: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-00179-6_1 Chapter in Book - Research

Fernyhough, L. K., Horwath, C. C., Campbell, A. J., Robertson, M. C., & Busby, W. J. (1999). Changes in dietary intake during a 6-year follow-up of an older population. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 53, 216-225. Journal - Research Article

Tilyard, M., Campbell, A. J., & Busby, W. J. (1999). Age and Value. Dunedin: University of Otago Audiovisual Production Unit. Retrieved from 15-30 min, Videocassette, audiocassette, CD Rom Film/Video/CD Rom

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