A/Prof Trudy Rebbeck

A/Prof Trudy Rebbeck

PhD, FACP, MAppSc (ManipPhty) BAppSc (Phty)
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

A/Prof Trudy Rebbeck is a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist with expertise in whiplash, neck pain and headache. She is a research fellow at the University of Sydney and an Assessor for the Personal Injury Commission (PIC), Motor Accidents, Medical Assessment Service (MAS). 

In both this capacity and as an independent consultant and clinical specialist, Trudy has provided many independent assessments for patients with whiplash for referring physiotherapists, CTP or Workers Compensation insurance personnel.
Her ongoing research and clinical expertise is in the implementation of clinical guidelines for whiplash. She is a co-author of the NHMRC and MAA guidelines for whiplash and has published in peer reviewed journals.
She runs national educational seminars in the management of whiplash for physiotherapists, chiropractors, general practitioners and insurance personnel.

Trudy’s output includes over 70 publications, h-Index of 21, over 2250 citations, and publications in the highest impact journals within and external to her profession and over $15 million in competitive grant funding. Trudy’s research skills include development and co-authorship of several multi-disciplinary guidelines for NSW government and NHMRC, and completion of multi-centre randomised clinical trials, longitudinal prospective cohort studies. and excellence in higher degree research supervision. 

Qualifications
2007 – FACP (Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists)
2007 – PhD (University of Sydney) 
1995 – MAppSc: Manipulative Physiotherapy (University of Sydney)
1988 – BAppSc: Physiotherapy (University of South Australia) 

Current Positions
2013 – Present: Research Fellow, University of Sydney
2007 – Present: Examiner and Training Facilitator Australian College of Physiotherapists (APC)
2009 – Present: Director, Australian Specialist Physiotherapy Education
2000 – Present: Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
1999 – Present: Assessor, State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA), Motor Accidents, Medical Assessment Service (MAS).

Past Clinical Positions
1999 – 2009 Director, Bay Active Physiotherapy Double Bay
1996 – 1999 Manipulative Physiotherapist, Hunters Hill Physiotherapy
1992 – 1994 Physiotherapist Warringah Mall Medical Centre
1990 – 1992 Physiotherapist, various hospital positions in the UK and Germany
1989 – 1990 Graduate physiotherapist, Royal Adelaide Hospital

Past Professional Appointments
2013-2016 NHMRC EC Research Fellow, University of Sydney
2008 – 2009 Council, Australian College of Physiotherapists
2000 – 2004 Vice President IFOMT
1997 – 2000 National Chairman, MPA
2003 Convenor: MPA Biennial Conference, Sydney, Australia
2000 Olympic and Paralympic Physiotherapist, SOCOG
2002 – 2003 APA Representative to NHMRC Australian Acute Musculoskeletal Guidelines Group to develop guidelines for acute musculoskeletal pain

Memberships
• Australian College of Physiotherapy (ACP) (Since 2007)
• Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia (MPA) (Since 1996)
• Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) (Since 1988)

Education experience, University
Trudy has over 20 years of university level teaching experience. This has included subject co-ordination, lecturing, classroom and hospital based (clinical) tutoring. She has led the course development in regards to the cervical spine for both the undergraduate and graduate entry programmes in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Sydney University. In 2012, she was part of a team that won both a Faculty and Vice-Chancellors teaching award for this work. At a post-graduate clinical masters level, Trudy has extensive experience in curriculum development, provision of course content, lecturing and tutoring for the MHSc (Musculoskeletal and Sports physiotherapy) at both Sydney and Griffith Universities. Both of these programmes have accreditation from the APA to allow graduates to qualify for Tier II membership of the APA. Examples of this teaching experience are listed below.
2013-current Senior lecturer, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.
2000-2007: Clinical Tutor and Lecturer; Master of Health Sciences (Manipulative Physiotherapy) at the Discipline of Physiotherapy, University of Sydney, Faculty of Health Sciences.
2009-current: Invited lecturer/ tutor Masters in Sports and Musculoskeletal physiotherapy; Griffith University

Professional post-graduate education experience
Over the past 20 years, Trudy has taught on many post-graduate nationally and internationally run clinical courses in the areas of whiplash, neck pain and headache. These are often run by the national physiotherapy body. Below are examples over the past 5 years.

National Invited Courses

  • Rebbeck T, Beales D, Graetz H and Ryan M. The Complete and Advanced Lumbar Spine and Pelvis 3-day Course, Australian Specialist Physiotherapy Education and Australian Physiotherapy Association Sydney 4-6 Mar 2022.
  • O’ Leary S, Rebbeck T, Ryan M, Pulsford N. The Complete and Advanced Upper Cervical Spine and Head 3-day course, Australian Specialist Physiotherapy Education and Australian Physiotherapy Association Sydney May 2021.
  • Magarey M, Rebbeck T, Boland R, Ryan M. The Complete and Advanced Upper Quadrant 3-day course, Australian Specialist Physiotherapy Education and Australian Physiotherapy Association Sydney March 2021.
  • Rebbeck T, Sterling M, Peolsson A, Treleaven J, Smith A. A complete and advanced approach to assessment, prognosis and management of whiplash and the upper cervical spine. Invited pre/post conference workshop. International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) Conference, Melbourne 2020.
  • Integration of pain sensitivity assessment in cervical spine conditions. Invited lecture. Australian College of Physiotherapists. Sydney, July, 2019.
  • Rebbeck T. Cervicogenic Headache. Invited Keynote lecture. Singapore General Hospital Postgraduate Allied Health Institute. Singapore, May, 2019.
  • Rebbeck T. Musculoskeletal headaches. Differential diagnosis and management Invited Webinar. Musculoskeletal Australia. September, 2018 https://www.msk.org.au/events/past-webinars/
  • Rebbeck T. Implementation of a novel risk based clinical pathway of Care for Whiplash – changing practice and outcome effectively. Invited Keynote speaker. John Walsh Forum for Rehabilitation Research. Sydney, July, 2018
  • Rebbeck, T. High risk and complex whiplash – our integrative role works! Invited Keynote Speaker. Masterclass Symposium Australian Specialist Physiotherapy Education and Australian College of Physiotherapists. Sydney, July, 2018.

Publications past 3 years 

Publications by my students are noted by **

2022
1. Stone D, Rebbeck T, Ward E, Elliott J. Features and Impact of Dysphagia, Dysphonia and Laryngeal Sensory Syndrome in Whiplash Associated Disorder – A Qualitative Study. Disability and Rehabilitation 2022; accepted pending minor revision 20 May.
2. Bandong A, Rebbeck T, Mackey M, Sterling M, Kelly, J and Leaver A. Selective acceptance of acute whiplash guidelines: A qualitative analysis of perceptions of health professionals in Australia. Disability and Rehabilitation 2022; accepted 9 May 2022.
3. Boyle E**, Fary R, Rebbeck T, Bennell K, Sterling M, Evans K, Beales D. Management of low back pain in primary care: patient experiences of referral practices and physiotherapy. Qualitative Health Research; (Accepted pending minor revision 29 Nov 2021)
4. Griffin A**, Sterling M, Ritchie C, Kifley A, Jagnoor J, Cameron ID, Rebbeck T. Do expectations of recovery improve risk assessment for people with whiplash-associated disorders? Secondary analysis of a multi-centre inception cohort study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2022; 23;395.
5. Kang K**, Evans K, Simic M, Ferreira P, Bandong AN, Coates S, Beales D, Rebbeck T. Impact of an interactive workshop on specialist physiotherapists’ practice when implementing a new clinical pathway for people with musculoskeletal conditions. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice: 2022; 57;102466.
6. Peek AL**; Rebbeck T; Leaver AM; Puts NA; Foster S; Refshauge K and Oeltzschner G. MRS Expert Panel. A Comprehensive Guide to MEGA-PRESS for GABA Measurement. Neuroimage (Submitted 12/11/21) pre-print medRxiv 2021.11.24.21266827; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.11.24.21266827
7. Sterling M, Andersen T, Carroll L, Connelly L, Côté P, Curatolo M, Grant G, Jull G, Kasch H, Lykkegaard Ravn S, MacDermid J, Malmström E-M, McLean S, Rebbeck T, Söderlund A, Treleaven J, Walton D, Westergren H. Recommendations for a Core Outcome Measurement Set for clinical trials in Whiplash Associated Disorders. Accepted Pain Apr 2022.

2021

8. Rebbeck T, Evans K Ferreira P, Beales D, Sterling M, Bennell K, Cameron I, Nicholas M, Ritchie C, Jull G, Treleaven J, Trevena L, Refshauge K, Connelly L, Foster N, Black D, Hodges P, Ferreira M, Shaw T, Simic M. Implementation of a novel stratified PAthway of CarE for common musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions in primary care: protocol for a multi-centre pragmatic randomised controlled trial (the PACE MSK trial). BMJ Open 2021;11e057705.
9. Peek AL**; Leaver AM; Foster S; Puts NA; Oeltzschner G; Henderson L; Galloway G; Ng K; Refshauge K and Rebbeck T. Increase in ACC GABA+ levels correlate with decrease in migraine frequency, intensity and disability over time Journal of Headache and Pain 2021: 22,150. https://doi.org/10.1186/s10194-021-01352-1
10. Griffin A, ** Leaver A, Arora M, Walton D, Peek A, Bandong A, Sterling M, Rebbeck T. CATWAD co-authors. Clinimetric properties of self-reported disability scales for whiplash: A systematic review for the whiplash core outcome set (CATWAD). The Clinical Journal of Pain; SJR Q1 for Pain. IF 2.9 Citations 0.accepted with minor revisions May 2021.
11. Peek A, ** Leaver A, Foster S, Oeltzschner G, Puts N, Galloway G, Sterling M, Ng K, Refshauge K, Aguila M, Rebbeck T. Increased GABA+ in people with migraine, headache and pain conditions- a potential marker of pain. Journal of Pain 2021; 22:12:1631-1645. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpain.2021.06.005 Accepted June 22 2021 SJR Q1 for Pain. IF 4.6 Citations 0. This recently accepted paper was the first to show GABA is increased in pain conditions and an association with clinical assessment of central sensitisation.
12. Griffin A**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C-W, Rebbeck T. Experiences of responsiveness to exercise in people with chronic whiplash: A qualitative study Musculoskeletal Science and Practice 2021: 54:102380 SJR Q1 for Physical Therapy, Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation. IF 1.9 Citations 0 ihttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.msksp.2021.102380
13. Beales D, Mitchell T, Moloney N, Rabey M, Ng W, Rebbeck T. Reply to Dr Quintner re: Masterclass: A pragmatic approach to pain sensitivity in people with musculoskeletal disorders and implications for clinical management for musculoskeletal therapists. Musculoskeletal Science and Practise; 2021; 52:102308.
14. Sterling M, Ritchie C, Rebbeck T, Cameron ID, Griffin A**, Jagnoor J, Nicholas M, Nguyen H, Warren J. Comparison of the accuracy of WhipPredict and the short form Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire to predict poor recovery after whiplash injury. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy; 2021 51 5: 207-215 DOI: https://www.jospt.org/doi/10.2519/jospt.2021.9987
15. Sterling M, Rebbeck T, Connelly L, Leaver A, Ritchie C, Bandong A,** Mackey M, Cameron I, Mitchell G, Mohit A, Armfield N. A randomised controlled trial of implementation of a guideline-based clinical pathway of care to improve health outcomes following whiplash injury (Whiplash ImPaCT): Statistical analysis plan. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy; 2021 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjpt.2021.05.004
16. Beales D, Mitchell T, Moloney N, Rabey M, Ng W, Rebbeck T. A pragmatic approach to pain sensitivity in people with musculoskeletal disorders and implications for clinical management for musculoskeletal therapists. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice; 2021: 51: 102221. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msksp.2020.102221 SJR Q1 for Physical Therapy, Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation. IF 1.9 This invited review indicates my leadership in translational research- in this instance translating how to assess pain sensitivity for MSK disoders. Citations 8.
17. Boyle E**, Fary R, Kang K, Evans K, Rebbeck T, Beales D. A systematic scoping review of patient health outcomes and perceptions following management of low back pain via care pathways in primary health care. Musculoskeletal Care; 2021; 19:1 84-109 : doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/msc.1510
2020
18. Griffin A**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff ZA, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Defining Recovery in Chronic Whiplash: A Qualitative Study. Clin J Pain 2020; 36(7), 505-515. SJR Q1 for Pain. IF 2.9 Citations 0. This paper authored by my PHD student won best sudent paper at the National Physiotherapy conference. Winning this indicates the need for more qualitative research to find the definition for recovery- particularly in clinical trials.
19. Peek AL**, Rebbeck T, Puts NA, Watson J, Aguila MR, Leaver AM. Brain GABA and glutamate levels across pain conditions: A systematic literature review and meta-analysis of 1H-MRS studies using the MRS-Q quality assessment tool. Neuroimage 2020; 210: 11653 SJR Q1 for Neurology and Neuroscience. Impact Factor 5.9 Citations 25.

Selection of Recent National and International Conference Presentations 

Presentations by my students are noted by ** with student name in italics and underlined

Australian Pain Society 40th Annual Scientific Meeting, Hobart; April, 2022

  1. Rebbeck T, Henderson L, Galloway G, Treleaven J. Brain Biomarkers and clinical characteristics of chronic headache and migraine – translating  knowledge of neuroscience and clinical presentation of chronic headache to clinical practise.   Topical Session.
  2. Peek A… RebbeckT. Leels of GABA in the ACC increases as peoples symptoms of chronic migraine improve. Platform Presentation.

Australian Physiotherapy Association National Conference April 2022 (postponed due to covid-below abstracts accepted)  

  1. Rebbeck T, Foster N, Beales D and Evans K. How to assess and manage people with common musculoskeletal pain conditions at risk of poor recovery. Accepted “How to” session.
  2. Peek A**, Leaver AM, Foster S, Puts N, Oeltzschner G, Henderson L, Ng K, Refshauge K, Galloway G, Rebbeck T. GABA+ levels correlate with change in migraine frequency; a longitudinal cohort study. Accepted platform presentation
  3. Kang K**, Evans K, Simic M, Ferreira P, Bandong AN, Coates S, Beales D, Rebbeck T. Impact of an interactive workshop on specialist physiotherapists’ practice when implementing a new clinical pathway for people with musculoskeletal conditions. Accepted Rapid 5 X 5 (brief oral presentation).
  1. Coates S**, Rebbeck TR, Boyle E, Beales DJ, Fary R, Kang K, Caza B, Evans K. Referral practices of allied health and medical practitioners when caring for people with musculoskeletal pain. Platform presentation.
  1. Dinh M, Rebbeck T, Peek A, Leaver A, Clarke J. Evaluation of video- Rehabilitative ultrasound imaging to assess the deep cervical extensors in people with whiplash; a case?control study. Accepted poster.

Implementation Science Heatlh Conference Australia 2021 (online)

  1. Kang K… Rebbeck T. Impact of an interactive workshop on specialist physiotherapists’ practice when implementing a new clinical care pathway for people with musculoskeletal conditions.
  2. Coates… Rebbeck T. Implementation of a clinical care pathway for people with musculoskeletal conditions: barriers and facilitators of early referral to specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists
  3. Rebbeck T et al. Implementation of a guideline-based clinical pathway of care to improve health outcomes following whiplash injury (Whiplash ImPaCT)

2021 Back and Neck Pain Forum (online)

  1. Rebbeck T et al. Implementation of a guideline-based clinical pathway of care to improve health outcomes and health practice following whiplash injury (Whiplash ImPaCT); a randomised controlled trial. Platform presentation.

International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) Conference, Melbourne. October, 2020 (postponed to 2022).  

  1. Griffin A**, Leaver AM, Arora M, Walton D, Peek A, Bandong AN, Sterling M, Rebbeck T. Clinimetric properties of self-reported disability scales for whiplash: A systematic review for the whiplash core outcome set (CATWAD). Accepted platform presentaiton.
  2. Griffin A**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Responsiveness to exercise in whiplash: A qualitative study. Accepted platform presentaiton.
  3. Peek A**, Leaver A, Forster S, Oeltzchner G, Galloway G, Aguila M, Ng K, Sterling M, Refshauge K, Rebbeck T. GABA+ a potential marker of pain – a step closer towards a better understanding of pain neurochemistry. Accepted platform presentaiton.
  4. Evans K, Beales D, Simic M, Ferreira P, Sterling M, Bennell K, Schwartz S, Robins S, Kang K**, Boyle E, Coates S**, Rebbeck T. An integrated PAthway of CarE for common musculoskeletal disorders in primary care. Accepted platform presentaiton.
  5. Kang K**, Evans K, Simic M, Ferreira P, Bandong AN, Coates S, Beales D, Rebbeck T. Impact of an interactive workshop on specialist physiotherapists’ practice when implementing a new clinical pathway for people with musculoskeletal conditions. Accepted platform presentaiton.
  6. Beales D, Rebbeck T. Making sense of pain sensitivity: a how to for clinicians. Focussed symposium.
  7. Reid D, Rebbeck T. Recognising red flags in upper cervical spine disorders and headache; when reasoning and experience creates the evidence. Invited masterclass.
  8. Rebbeck T, De Bar L, Hill J, Slater H. Demedicalizing and promoting non-pharmacological care; the future for MSK physiotherapy. Accepted platform presentation. Accepted Focused symposium

 Sydney Musculoskeletal, Bone and Joint Health Alliance Scientific Meeting, Sydney; July 2020

  1. Griffin A,** Leaver AM, Arora M, Walton D, Peek A, Bandong AN, Sterling M, Rebbeck T. Clinimetric properties of self-reported disability scales for whiplash: A systematic review for the whiplash core outcome set (CATWAD). Platform presentation.
  2. Peek A**, Leaver A, Forster S, Oeltzchner G, Galloway G, Aguila M, Ng K, Sterling M, Refshauge K, Rebbeck T. GABA+ a potential marker of pain – a step closer towards a better understanding of pain neurochemistry. Lightning (brief oral) presentation.
  3. Rebbeck T, Coates S, Simic M, Ferreira P, Robins S, Sterling M, Boyle E, Beales D, Schwartz S, Kang K**, Refshauge K, Nicholas M, Cameron I, Trevena L, Evans K. Development of MyPAINHUB: a one-stop shop for primary health care professionals and their patients with common musculoskeletal conditions. Platform presentation.
  4. Kang K**, Bandong AN, Evans K, Beales D, Simic M, Ferreira P, Rebbeck T. Impact of an interactive workshop on specialist physiotherapists’ practice when implementing a new clinical pathway for people with musculoskeletal conditions. Lightning (brief oral) presentation.
  5. Evans K, Offord S, Boyle E, Beales D, Fary R, Kang K**, Caza B, Rebbeck T. Referral practices for patients with musculoskeletal pain: perspectives of allied health and medical practitoners: preliminary findings . Platform presentation.

5th International GABA and Advanced MRS Symposium, Park City, Utah, November 2019.

  1. Peek AL**, Rebbeck T, Puts N, Watson J, Aguila M, Leaver A. (2019) Brain GABA and glutamate concentration across pain conditions A systematic literature review and meta-analysis of 1H-MRS studies.  Platform presentation.

Whiplash 2019 Expanding Horizons. The University of Queensland. October 2019.

  1. Peek AL**, Leaver A, Galloway G, Rebbeck T. Brain Neurochemicals in Headaches and pain- A New Mechanism. Platform presentation.

Australian Physiotherapy Association National Conference, Adeliade; October, 2019.

  1. Griffin A**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Defining recovery in chronic whiplash: A qualitative study. Platform presentation.
  2. Peek AL**,Rebbeck T, Beales D. (2019) How to assess for pain sensitization: an update for clinicians. How to session (workshop).
  3. Rebbeck T, Evans K, Beales D. How to deliver a novel health care model for common musculoksleletal disorders: an expanded and integrated care pathway for physiotherapists. Platform presentation.
  4. Nguyen H, Rebbeck T, Kifley A, Jagnoor J, Dinh M, Shetty A, Nicholas M, Cameron I. The Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire (SF-OMPSQ) stratifies well for risk of non-recovery in musculoskeletal injures after road traffic accidents (RTA). Platform presentation.

Sydney Musculoskeletal, Bone and Joint Health Alliance Scientific Meeting, Sydney; August 2019.

  1. Griffin AR**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Responsiveness to exercise in whiplash: A qualitative study. Poster presentation.
  2. Peek AL, Rebbeck T, Puts N, Watson J, Aguila M, Leaver A. Brain GABA and glutamate concentration across pain conditions. A systematic literature review and meta-analysis of 1H-MRS studies. Platform presentation.

World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Geneva; May, 2019

  1. Rebbeck T, Nguyen H, Kifley A, Jagnoor J, Nicholas M, Cameron I. Positive recovery for low-risk musculoskeletal injuries screened by the short form örebro musculoskeletal pain questionnaire (OMPSQ) following road traffic accidents. Platform presentation.
  2. Rebbeck T, Evans K, Simic M, Ferreira P, Sterling M, Beales D, Bennell K. Development of a risk-based novel clinical pathway of care for common musculoskeletal disorders in primary care in Australia. Rapid 5×5 presentation.
  3. Peek AL**, Foster S, Galloway G, Leaver AM, Rebbeck T. Stability in 1HMR spectroscopy to investigate brain neurochemicals in people with migraine and musculoskeletal pain- a case series. Poster presentation.
  4. Bandong AN**, Rebbeck T, Mackey M, Sterling M, Kelly J, Ritchie C, Leaver A. Selective acceptance of acute whiplash guidelines: A qualitative analysis of perceptions of health professionals in Australia. Platform presentation.
  5. Bandong AN**, Mackey M, Leaver A, Ingram R, Sterling M, Ritchie C, Kelly J, Rebbeck T. Development, implementation and evaluation of the My Whiplash Navigator: An online tool to assist recovery after whiplash. Rapid 5×5 presentation.
  6. Griffin A**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Defining recovery in chronic whiplash: A qualitative study. Rapid 5×5 presentation.
  7. Griffin A**, Jagnoor J, Arora M, Cameron I, Kifley A, Sterling M, Kenardy J, Rebbeck T. Evidence-based care in high- and low-risk groups following whiplash injury: A multi-centre inception cohort study. Rapid 5×5 presentation.

 Australian Pain Society 39th Annual Scientific Meeting, Gold Coast; April, 2019

  1. Rebbeck T, Sterling M, Beales D and Nicholas M. Innovative solutions and clinical pathways to improve management of common musculoskeletal pain conditions. Topical Session.
  2. Peek AL**, Rebbeck T, Watson J, Aguila M, Galloway G, Puts N, Leaver AM.Brain GABA and Glutamate levels across pain conditions: A systematic literature review and meta analysis of 1 HMRS studies. Platform presentation.
  3. Bandong AN**, Rebbeck T, Mackey M, Sterling M, Kelly J, Ritchie C, J, Leaver A. Health professional perceptions of acute whiplash guidelines: A mixed methods study. Platform presentation. 
  4. Bandong AN**, Mackey M, Leaver A, Ingram R, Sterling M, Ritchie C, Kelly J, Rebbeck T. Implementation and evaluation of My Whiplash Navigator: An online tool to assist recovery in whiplash. Poster presentation.
  5. Griffin A**, Moloney M, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Responsiveness to exercise in whiplash: A qualitative study. Poster and rapid communication presentation.

The 17th World Congress on Pain (IASP), Boston; September, 2018

  1. Aguila ME**, Leaver A, Ng K, Rebbeck T. Responsiveness of Disability Questionnaires in Migraine and Non-Migraine Headaches: Implications to Assessment. Poster presentation.
  2. Aguila ME**, Rebbeck T, Pope A, Ng K. Use of Markov Chain Modeling to Evaluate Day-to-Day Variation of Headaches. Poster presentation.

John Walsh Forum for Rehabilitation Research, Sydney; July, 2018

  1. Peek A**, Leaver A, Sterling M, Galloway G., Aguila ME, Bandodkar S, Refshauge K, Foster S, Ng K, Rebbeck T.Development and feasibility of a cross sectional protocol to investigate brain neurochemicals in people with migraine and musculoskeletal pain. Poster presentation.
  2. Bandong AN**, Leaver A, Mackey M, Ingram R, Shearman S, Chan C, Cameron ID, Moloney N, Mitchell R, Doyle E, Leyten E, Rebbeck T. Implementation of guidelines for whiplash: An audit of insurer and health professional practice in Australia. Poster presentation.
  3. Bandong AN**, Rebbeck T, Mackey M, Sterling M, Ritchie C, Kelly J**, Leaver A. Development, implementation and evaluation of an on online tool to support a clinical pathway of care for whiplash associated disorders. Poster presentation.
  4. Griffin A**, Jagnoor J, Arora M, Cameron I, Kifley A, Sterling M, Kenardy J, Rebbeck T. Evidence-based care in high- and low-risk groups following whiplash injury: A multi-centre inception cohort study. Poster presentation.

Sydney Musculoskeletal Bone and Joint Alliance Scientific Meeting, Sydney; November, 2018

  1. Evans K, Rebbeck T, Ferreira P, Simic M, Carvahlo-s-Silva A, Cameron I, Sterling M, Nicholas M, Trevena L, Deales B, Connelly L, Refshauge K, Ritchie C, Jull G, Bennell K, Ferreira M, Foster N, Hodges P, Shaw T. Implementation of a novel clinical Pathway of care for common musculoskeletal disorders in primary care (PACE Musc trial): a trial protocol. Platform presentation.
  2. Peek A**, Leaver A, Sterling M, Galloway G, Aguila ME, Bandodkar S, Refshauge K, Foster S, Ng K, Rebbeck T.  Development and feasibility of a cross sectional protocol to investigate brain neurochemicals in people with migraine and musculoskeletal pain. Platform presentation.
  3. Bandong AN**, Leaver A, Mackey M, Ingram R, Shearman S, Chan C, Cameron I, Moloney N, Mitchell R, Doyle E, Leyten L, Rebbeck T. Use of guidelines for whiplash: An audit of insurer and health professional practice in Australia. Platform presentation.

Australian Pain Society 38th & New Zealand Pain Society Conjoint Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney; April, 2018

  1. Bandong AN**, Leaver A, Mackey M, Ingram R, Shearman S, Chan C, Cameron I, Moloney N, Mitchell R, Doyle E, Leyten L, Rebbeck T. Implementation of guidelines for whiplash: An audit of insurer and healthcare provider practice. Poster presentation.
  2. Bandong AN**, Rebbeck T, Mackey M, Sterling M, Ritchie C, Leaver A. Development, implementation and evaluation of an online tool to support a clinical pathway of care for whiplash associated disorders. Poster presentation.
  3. Griffin AR**, Moloney N, Leaver A, Jagnoor J, Michaleff Z, Lin C, Rebbeck T. Defining recovery in chronic whiplash: A qualitative study. Poster presentation.