Jo Murray
Jo Murray
Lecturer, Speech Pathology, Flinders University
Verified email at flinders.edu.au - Homepage
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Impact of oropharyngeal dysphagia on healthcare cost and length of stay in hospital: a systematic review.
S Attrill, S White, J Murray, S Hammond, S Doeltgen
BMC Health Services Research 18, 594, 2018
852018
Intake of thickened liquids by hospitalized adults with dysphagia after stroke
J Murray, M Miller, S Doeltgen, I Scholten
International journal of speech-language pathology 16 (5), 486-494, 2014
392014
Does a Water Protocol Improve the Hydration and Health Status of Individuals with Thin Liquid Aspiration Following Stroke? A Randomized Controlled Trial
J Murray, S Doeltgen, M Miller, I Scholten
Dysphagia, 1-10, 2016
312016
An oral hygiene protocol improves oral health for patients in inpatient stroke rehabilitation
J Murray, I Scholten
Gerodontology 35 (1), 18-24, 2018
262018
A Descriptive Study of the Fluid Intake, Hydration, and Health Status of Rehabilitation Inpatients without Dysphagia Following Stroke
J Murray, S Doeltgen, M Miller, I Scholten
Journal of nutrition in gerontology and geriatrics 34 (3), 292-304, 2015
182015
A survey of thickened fluid prescribing and monitoring practices of Australian health professionals
J Murray, M Miller, S Doeltgen, I Scholten
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 20 (5), 596-600., 2014
162014
Feasibility of population screening tests to establish healthy ageing trajectory.
SJ Gordon, KA Grimmer, N Baker, E Bell, J Coveney, JH Jordaan, C Lind, ...
SAGE Open Medicine 7 (2050312118822440), 2019
92019
Factors contributing to hydration, fluid intake and health status of inpatients with and without dysphagia post stroke
J Murray, I Scholten, S Doeltgen
Dysphagia 33 (5), 670-683, 2018
82018
Reasoning and decision making in clinical swallowing examination
SH Doeltgen, S McAllister, J Murray, EC Ward, JE Pretz
Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports 6 (3), 171-177, 2018
82018
Screening for Dysphagia: This Is Part Two in a Series on Dysphagia
J Murray, A Milich, D Ormerod
Australian Nursing Journal: ANJ, The 18 (11), 44-46, 2011
52011
Perceived barriers and enablers for implementing water protocols in acute stroke care: a qualitative study using the Theoretical Domains Framework
A Barker, S Doeltgen, E Lynch, J Murray
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 21 (3), 286-294, 2019
42019
Coding of significant comorbidities and complications for stroke in rehabilitation
J Murray, R Pfeiffer, I Scholten
Health Information Management Journal 46 (3), 134-139, 2017
32017
Supporting the Development of Clinical Reasoning of Preprofessional Novices in Dysphagia Management.
S Doeltgen, S Attrill, J Murray
Semin Speech Lang 40 (03), 151-161, 2019
22019
INSPIRE: Inspiring practice innovation, research and engagement
J Murray, J Bickford
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 21 (3), 225-227, 2019
2019
Just add water: Can water protocols improve dysphagia management outcomes?
J Murray, A Barker, S Doeltgen
Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech Language Pathology 20 (3), 129-133, 2018
2018
Does access to water improve the hydration of patients with dysphagia post-stroke?
J Murray, S Doeltgen, M Miller, I Scholten
International Journal of Stroke 10 (Suppl. 3), 30-31, 2015
2015
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