Barry McDonald
Barry McDonald
Senior Lecturer, INMS, Massey University at Albany
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Diagnosis of sacroiliac joint pain: validity of individual provocation tests and composites of tests
M Laslett, CN Aprill, B McDonald, SB Young
Manual therapy 10 (3), 207-218, 2005
Diagnosing painful sacroiliac joints: A validity study of a McKenzie evaluation and sacroiliac provocation tests
M Laslett, SB Young, CN Aprill, B McDonald
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 49 (2), 89-97, 2003
Centralization as a predictor of provocation discography results in chronic low back pain, and the influence of disability and distress on diagnostic power
M Laslett, B Öberg, CN Aprill, B McDonald
The Spine Journal 5 (4), 370-380, 2005
Clinical predictors of screening lumbar zygapophyseal joint blocks: development of clinical prediction rules
M Laslett, B McDonald, CN Aprill, H Tropp, B Őberg
The Spine Journal 6 (4), 370-379, 2006
Estimating logistic regression parameters for bivariate binary data
BW McDonald
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Methodological) 55 (2 …, 1993
Zygapophysial joint blocks in chronic low back pain: a test of Revel's model as a screening test
M Laslett, B Öberg, CN Aprill, B McDonald
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 5 (1), 1-6, 2004
Seasonal variation of nutrient intake in pregnancy: effects on infant measures and possible influence on diseases related to season of birth
PE Watson, BW McDonald
European journal of clinical nutrition 61 (11), 1271-1280, 2007
Agreement between diagnoses reached by clinical examination and available reference standards: a prospective study of 216 patients with lumbopelvic pain
M Laslett, B McDonald, H Tropp, CN Aprill, B Öberg
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 6 (1), 1-10, 2005
The prevalence of overhanging margins in posterior amalgam restorations and periodontal consequences
ARC Pack, LJ Coxhead, BW McDonald
Journal of clinical periodontology 17 (3), 145-152, 1990
The association of maternal diet and dietary supplement intake in pregnant New Zealand women with infant birthweight
PE Watson, BW McDonald
European journal of clinical nutrition 64 (2), 184-193, 2010
A teaching note on Cook's distance-a guideline
B McDonald
Massey University, 2002
Major influences on nutrient intake in pregnant New Zealand women
PE Watson, BW McDonald
Maternal and child health journal 13 (5), 695-706, 2009
Clinical predictors of lumbar provocation discography: a study of clinical predictors of lumbar provocation discography
M Laslett, CN Aprill, B McDonald, B Öberg
European spine journal 15 (10), 1473-1484, 2006
Activity levels in pregnant New Zealand women: relationship with socioeconomic factors, well-being, anthropometric measures, and birth outcome
PE Watson, BW McDonald
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 32 (4), 733-742, 2007
Provocation sacroiliac joint tests have validity in the diagnosis of sacroiliac joint pain
M Laslett, CN Aprill, B McDonald
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 87 (6), 874, 2006
New Zealanders’ attitudes towards access to their electronic health records: preliminary results from a national study using vignettes
IM Hunter, RJ Whiddett, AC Norris, BW McDonald, JA Waldon
Health informatics journal 15 (3), 212-228, 2009
Multivariate analysis of the long-term results of coronary artery bypass grafting performed during 1976 and 1977
JD Rutherford, RML Whitlock, BW McDonald, BG Barratt-Boyes, AR Kerr
The American journal of cardiology 57 (15), 1264-1267, 1986
The relationship between vitamin D status and allergic diseases in New Zealand preschool children
C Cairncross, C Grant, W Stonehouse, C Conlon, B McDonald, ...
Nutrients 8 (6), 326, 2016
Predictors of vitamin D status in New Zealand preschool children
CT Cairncross, W Stonehouse, CA Conlon, CC Grant, B McDonald, ...
Maternal & child nutrition 13 (3), e12340, 2017
Is there seasonal variation in the prescribing of antidepressants in the community?
K Skegg, DC Skegg, BW McDonald
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 40 (4), 285-288, 1986
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