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Bernhardt, Julie

Also known as
Bernhardt, J
J Bernhardt
Field of activity
Stroke; Rehabilitation; Health Architecture
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1684268

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Selected resources (182)

ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2787-8484
  2. Breaking up sitting time after stroke – How much less sitting is needed to improve blood pressure after stroke (BUST-BP-Dose): Protocol for a dose-finding study
    [2019-03]
  3. How can stroke care be improved for younger service users? A qualitative study on the unmet needs of younger adults in inpatient and outpatient stroke care in Australia
    [2019-01]
  4. The personal and social experiences of community-dwelling younger adults after stroke in Australia: a qualitative interview study
    [2018-12]
  5. Bringing the single versus multi-patient room debate to vulnerable patient populations: a systematic review of the impact of room types on hospitalized older people and people with neurological disorders
    [2018-11]
  6. Characterising Arm Recovery in People with Severe Stroke (CARPSS): protocol for a 12-month observational study of clinical, neuroimaging and neurophysiological biomarkers
    [2018-11]
  7. Rationale for Intervention and Dose Is Lacking in Stroke Recovery Trials: A Systematic Review
    [2018-10]
  8. Can the physical environment itself influence neurological patient activity?
    [2018-01]
  9. Carers' Experiences, Needs, and Preferences During Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies
    [2017-09]
  10. Developing the Stroke Exercise Preference Inventory (SEPI)
    [2016-10]
  11. Additional weekend therapy may reduce length of rehabilitation stay after stroke: a meta-analysis of individual patient data
    [2016-07]
  12. Implementing a complex rehabilitation intervention in a stroke trial: a qualitative process evaluation of AVERT
    [2016-05]
  13. Energy Expenditure and Cost During Walking After Stroke: A Systematic Review
    [2016-04]
  14. Energy Expenditure and Cost During Walking After Stroke: A Systematic Review
    [2016]
  15. Prespecified dose-response analysis for A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial (AVERT)
    [2016-02]
  16. A mapping study on physical activity in stroke rehabilitation: Establishing the baseline
    [2016]
  17. An international standard set of patient-centered outcome measures after stroke
    [2016]
  18. Poststroke Physical Activity Levels No Higher in Rehabilitation than in the Acute Hospital
    [2016]
  19. Reducing Sitting Time after Stroke: A Phase II Safety and Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial Presented in part as a poster to the European Stroke Organization, April 17-19, 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom; And Stroke 2015 (a combined conference of the Stroke Society of Australasia and Smartstrokes NSW), September 1-5, 2015, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
    [2016]
  20. Sitting and activity time in people with stroke
    [2016]
  21. Upright activity within the first week after stroke is associated with better functional outcome and healthrelated quality of life: A norwegian multi-site study
    [2016]
  22. “Ward talk”: Nurses’ interaction with people with and without aphasia in the very early period poststroke
    [2016]
  23. Could upright posture be harmful in the early stages of stroke? – Author's reply
    [2015-10]
  24. Frühe Mobilisation nach Schlaganfall: Akzeptiert, aber noch limitierte Evidenz (Originaltitel: Early mobilization after stroke: Early adoption but limited evidence)
    [2015-09]
  25. Sitting time and physical activity after stroke: physical ability is only part of the story
    [2015-08]
  26. A Phase 1 exercise dose escalation study for stroke survivors with impaired walking
    [2015]
  27. AVERT2 (a very early rehabilitation trial, a very effective reproductive trigger): Retrospective observational analysis of the number of babies born to trial staff
    [2015]
  28. Carers' experiences, needs and preferences during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: A protocol for a systematic review of qualitative studies
    [2015]
  29. Changes to volumetric bone mineral density and bone strength after stroke: A prospective study
    [2015]
  30. Circuit class therapy or seven-day week therapy for increasing rehabilitation intensity of therapy after stroke (CIRCIT): A randomized controlled trial
    [2015]
  31. Clinical feasibility of interactive motion-controlled games for stroke rehabilitation
    [2015]
  32. Could upright posture be harmful in the early stages of stroke? - Author's reply
    [2015]
  33. Early Mobilization after Stroke: Early Adoption but Limited Evidence
    [2015]
  34. Efficacy and safety of very early mobilisation within 24 h of stroke onset (AVERT): A randomised controlled trial
    [2015]
  35. Evaluating the effects of increasing physical activity to optimize rehabilitation outcomes in hospitalized older adults (MOVE Trial): Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
    [2015]
  36. Exploring the Role of Accelerometers in the Measurement of Real World Upper-Limb Use After Stroke
    [2015]
  37. Exploring threats to generalisability in a large international rehabilitation trial (AVERT)
    [2015]
  38. Hospital differences in motor activity early after stroke: A comparison of 11 Norwegian stroke units
    [2015]
  39. How is physical activity monitored in people following stroke?
    [2015]
  40. Is early rehabilitation a myth? Physical inactivity in the first week after myocardial infarction and stroke
    [2015]
  41. Prevalence of fatigue in patients 3 months after stroke and association with early motor activity: A prospective study comparing stroke patients with a matched general population cohort
    [2015]
  42. Prospective observation of physical activity in critically ill patients who were intubated for more than 48 hours
    [2015]
  43. Statistical analysis plan (SAP) for A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial (AVERT): An international trial to determine the efficacy and safety of commencing out of bed standing and walking training (very early mobilization) within 24 h of stroke onset vs. usual stroke unit care
    [2015]
  44. Stroke Survivors' Experiences of Physical Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies
    [2015]
  45. Very early mobilisation within 24 hours of stroke results in a less favourable outcome at 3 months [Author's response]
    [2015]
  46. Interdisciplinary team interactions in stroke units: can team dynamics influence patient outcomes from a clinician's perspective.
    [2014-03]
  47. A qualitative exploration of discharge destination as an outcome or a driver of acute stroke care
    [2014]
  48. An enriched environment increases activity in stroke patients undergoing rehabilitation in a mixed rehabilitation unit: A pilot non-randomized controlled trial
    [2014]
  49. Approaches to economic evaluations of stroke rehabilitation
    [2014]
  50. Are patients with intracerebral haemorrhage disadvantaged in hospitals?
    [2014]
  51. Circuit class therapy and 7-day-week therapy increase physiotherapy time, but not patient activity: Early results from the CIRCIT trial
    [2014]
  52. Exercise reduces infarct volume and facilitates neurobehavioral recovery: Results from a systematic review and meta-analysis of exercise in experimental models of focal ischemia
    [2014]
  53. Mobilization after thrombolysis (rtPA) within 24 hours of acute stroke: What factors influence inclusion of patients in A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial (AVERT)?
    [2014]
  54. Motivational interviewing to increase physical activity in people with chronic health conditions: A systematic review and meta-analysis
    [2014]
  55. Physical activity and exercise recommendations for stroke survivors: A statement for healthcare professionals from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
    [2014]
  56. Physical activity and sedentary behaviors in people with stroke living in the community: A systematic review
    [2014]
  57. Physical activity early after stroke and its association to functional outcome 3 months later
    [2014]
  58. Physical, cognitive and social activity levels of stroke patients undergoing rehabilitation within a mixed rehabilitation unit
    [2014]
  59. Representation of people with aphasia in randomized controlled trials of acute stroke interventions
    [2014]
  60. Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity of People with Stroke in Rehabilitation Hospitals
    [2014]
  61. Sedentary behaviour and physical activity of people with stroke in rehabilitation hospitals
    [2014]
  62. Stroke rehabilitation in China: A systematic review and meta-analysis
    [2014]
  63. The importance of cognition to quality of life after stroke
    [2014]
  64. Exercise after stroke - introduction
    [2013-03]
  65. Bed rest or mobilization after rt-PA? A case-crossover study of factors influencing clinical decision making in stroke services
    [2013]
  66. Changes in activity levels in the first month after stroke
    [2013]
  67. Changes in physicalactivity and related functional and disability levels in the first six months after stroke: A longitudinal follow-up study
    [2013]
  68. Commentary
    [2013]
  69. Early Physical Activity and Discharge Destination after Stroke: A Comparison of Acute and Comprehensive Stroke Unit Care
    [2013]
  70. Early Physical Activity and Discharge Destination after Stroke: A Comparison of Acute and Comprehensive Stroke Unit Care
    [2013-10]
  71. Exploring the efficacy of constraint in animal models of stroke: Meta-Analysis and systematic review of the current evidence
    [2013]
  72. Gender and being born overseas influences the amount of acute stroke therapy
    [2013]
  73. Giant steps for the science of stroke rehabilitation
    [2013]
  74. How do comprehensive and acute stroke units differ? A critical review
    [2013]
  75. Measuring Activity Levels at an Acute Stroke Ward: Comparing Observations to a Device
    [2013]
  76. Measuring activity levels at an acute stroke ward: Comparing observations to a device
    [2013]
  77. Montreal cognitive assessment and mini-mental state examination are both valid cognitive tools in stroke
    [2013]
  78. More outcomes than trials: A call for consistent data collection across stroke rehabilitation trials
    [2013]
  79. Physical Activity Patterns of Acute Stroke Patients Managed in a Rehabilitation Focused Stroke Unit
    [2013]
  80. Physical activity patterns of acute stroke patients managed in a rehabilitation focused stroke unit
    [2013]
  81. Physical inactivity, depression and anxiety in acute stroke
    [2013]
  82. Selection for inpatient rehabilitation after severe stroke: What factors influence rehabilitation assesor decision making ?
    [2013]
  83. The elephant in the single room debate: keeping patients active.
    [2013]
  84. When should rehabilitation begin after stroke?
    [2013]
  85. Organization of Care
    [2012-06]
  86. Accessing inpatient rehabilitation after acute severe stroke
    [2012]
  87. Accessing inpatient rehabilitation after acute severe stroke: Age, mobility, prestroke function and hospital unit are associated with discharge to inpatient rehabilitation
    [2012]
  88. An early mobilization protocol successfully delivers more and earlier therapy to acute stroke patients: Further results from phase II of AVERT
    [2012]
  89. Changes in fat mass in stroke survivors: A systematic review
    [2012]
  90. Cutting a long story short: Reaction times in acute stroke are associated with longer term cognitive outcomes
    [2012]
  91. Early mobilization testing in patients with acute stroke
    [2012]
  92. Enhancing physical activity in older adults receiving hospital based rehabilitation: A phase II feasibility study
    [2012]
  93. Exercise preferences are different after stroke
    [2012]
  94. Harnessing experience-dependent plasticity for CNS repair and regeneration
    [2012]
  95. Physical Activity in Hospitalised Stroke Patients
    [2012]
  96. Physical activity in hospitalised stroke patients
    [2012]
  97. Physical therapists' guideline adherence on early mobilization and intensity of practice at dutch acute stroke units: A country-wide survey
    [2012]
  98. Reply
    [2012]
  99. Stepping towards prevention of bone loss after stroke: A systematic review of the skeletal effects of physical activity after stroke
    [2012]
  100. Stroke Rehabilitation: Insights from Neuroscience and Imaging. Chapter 7: Organisation of Care
    [2012]
  101. Stroke management: Updated recommendations for treatment along the care continuum
    [2012]
  102. Stroke patients do not need to be inactive in the first two-weeks after stroke: Results from a stroke unit focused on early rehabilitation
    [2012]
  103. Stroke: Physical Fitness, Exercise, and Fatigue
    [2012]
  104. Stroke: Physical fitness, exercise, and fatigue
    [2012]
  105. The effect of physical activity on cognitive function after stroke: A systematic review
    [2012]
  106. Translating the use of an enriched environment poststroke from bench to bedside: Study design and protocol used to test the feasibility of environmental enrichment on stroke patients in rehabilitation
    [2012]
  107. Ultrasound Is a Reliable Measure of Muscle Thickness in Acute Stroke Patients, for Some, but Not All Anatomical Sites: A Study of the Intra-Rater Reliability of Muscle Thickness Measures in Acute Stroke Patients
    [2012]
  108. Does evidence really matter? Professionals' opinions on the practice of early mobilization after stroke
    [2011-10]
  109. Age and gender as predictors of allied health quality stroke care
    [2011-07]
  110. Stroke rehabilitation
    [2011-05]
  111. 'Better wear out sheets than shoes': A survey of 202 stroke professionals' early mobilisation practices and concerns
    [2011]
  112. Age and gender as predictors of allied health quality stroke care
    [2011]
  113. Circuit class or seven-day therapy for increasing intensity of rehabilitation after stroke: Protocol of the CIRCIT trial
    [2011]
  114. Demographic and stroke–related factors as predictors of quality of acute stroke care provided by allied health professionals
    [2011]
  115. Does evidence really matter? Professionals’ opinions on the practice of early mobilization after stroke
    [2011]
  116. Patients' age as a determinant of care received following acute stroke: A systematic review
    [2011]
  117. Physical fitness training after stroke, time to implement what we know: More research is needed
    [2011]
  118. Physiotherapy in Acute Neurological Practice. An introductory guide for the clinician.
    [2011]
  119. Predictors of poststroke mobility: systematic review
    [2011]
  120. Response to Letter by Freeman et al Regarding Article, "very early mobilization after stroke fast-tracks return to walking: Further results from the phase II AVERT randomized controlled trial"
    [2011]
  121. Stroke rehabilitation
    [2011]
  122. Stroke rehabilitation
    [2011-05]
  123. The montreal cognitive assessment: Short cognitive evaluation in a large stroke trial
    [2011]
  124. Very early mobilization after stroke fast-tracks return to walking: Further results from the phase II AVERT randomized controlled trial
    [2011]
  125. An enriched environment improves sensorimotor function post-ischemic stroke
    [2010]
  126. An investigation of the neurophysiologic effect of tone-reducing AFOs on reflex excitability in subjects with spasticity following stroke while standing
    [2010]
  127. Commentaries
    [2010]
  128. Early mobilization after stroke: An example of an individual patient data meta-analysis of a complex intervention
    [2010]
  129. Loss of skeletal muscle mass after stroke: A systematic review
    [2010]
  130. Measuring the quality of dysphagia management practices following stroke: A systematic review
    [2010]
  131. Physiotherapists should ensure their representation in measures of the quality of patient care
    [2010]
  132. Quality of life: An important outcome measure in a trial of very early mobilisation after stroke
    [2010]
  133. Sehr frühe Mobilisation nach Schlaganfall
    [2010]
  134. Stroke. Chapter 11: Optimising Neurological Recovery
    [2010]
  135. The effect of tone-reducing orthotic devices on soleus muscle reflex excitability while standing in patients with spasticity following stroke
    [2010]
  136. The modified Rankin Scale in acute stroke has good inter-rater-reliability but questionable validity
    [2010]
  137. The nih stroke scale can establish cognitive function after stroke
    [2010]
  138. Very early rehabilitation or intensive telemetry after stroke: A pilot randomised trial
    [2010]
  139. Very early versus delayed mobilisation after stroke
    [2009-01]
  140. An observational study of acute stroke care in four countries: The European registers of stroke study
    [2009]
  141. Evidence-based practice
    [2009]
  142. Hemispatial Neglect and Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke
    [2009]
  143. Systematic review of process indicators: Including early rehabilitation interventions used to measure quality of acute stroke care
    [2009]
  144. Very early mobilisation and complications in the first 3 months after stroke: Further results from phase II of a very early rehabilitation trial (AVERT)
    [2009]
  145. Very early versus delayed mobilisation after stroke
    [2009]
  146. Very early versus delayed mobilization after stroke
    [2009]
  147. A very early rehabilitation trial for stroke (AVERT): Phase II safety and feasibility
    [2008]
  148. Commentary on Arias M & Smith L (2007) Early mobilization of acute stroke patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing 16, 282-288
    [2008]
  149. Economic evaluation alongside a phase II, multi-centre, randomised controlled trial of very early rehabilitation after stroke (AVERT)
    [2008]
  150. More options and better job security required in career paths of physiotherapist researchers: An observational study
    [2008]
  151. More options and better job security required in career paths of physiotherapist researchers: an observational study
    [2008]
  152. Not all stroke units are the same: A comparison of physical activity patterns in Melbourne, Australia, and Trondheim, Norway
    [2008]
  153. The effect of very early mobilization after stroke on psychological well-being
    [2008]
  154. The therapy 'pill': Achieving treatment dose within a rehabilitation trial
    [2008]
  155. Very early mobilization following acute stroke: Controversies, the unknowns, and a way forward
    [2008]
  156. Protocol 06PRT/5424:A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial (AVERT): phase III (Australian Clinical Trials Registry: 1260600185561)
    [2007-07]
  157. Acute stroke patients: Early hospital management
    [2007]
  158. Advancing rehabilitation clinical trials design
    [2007]
  159. Changing practice for acute hemiplegic shoulder care: A best practice model
    [2007]
  160. Little therapy, little physical activity: Rehabilitation within the first 14 days of organized stroke unit care
    [2007]
  161. Mobilisation 'in bed' is not mobilisation [3]
    [2007]
  162. What is spasticity? The discussion continues
    [2007]
  163. Very early versus delayed mobilisation after stroke
    [2006-10]
  164. A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial (AVERT)
    [2006]
  165. Evolution of brain activation with good and poor motor recovery after stroke
    [2006]
  166. Strapping the hemiplegic shoulder prevents development of pain during rehabilitation: A randomized controlled trial
    [2006]
  167. Very early versus delayed mobilisation after stroke
    [2006]
  168. Motor impairment and recovery in the upper limb after stroke: Behavioral and neuroanatomical correlates
    [2005]
  169. Stand up and be counted: measuring time spent upright after hip fracture and comparison with community dwelling older people
    [2005]
  170. We only treat what it occurs to us to assess: The importance of knowledge-based assessment
    [2005]
  171. Inactive and Alone: Physical Activity within the First 14 Days of Acute Stroke Unit Care
    [2004]
  172. Does experience predict observational kinematic assessment accuracy?
    [2002]
  173. Evidence-based practice
    [2001]
  174. Training novice clinicians improves observation accuracy of the upper extremity after stroke
    [2001]
  175. A case for slow to recover rehabilitation services following severe acquired brain injury
    [2000]
  176. Evidence-based practice
    [1999]
  177. Accuracy of observational kinematic assessment of upper-limb movements
    [1998]
  178. Changes in balance and locomotion measures during rehabilitation following stroke.
    [1998]
  179. Balance and mobility outcomes for stroke patients: A comprehensive audit
    [1997]
  180. A New Test of Dynamic Standing Balance for Stroke Patients: Reliability, Validity and Comparison with Healthy Elderly
    [1996]
  181. Functional prediction post-stroke
    [1993]
  182. Functional prediction post-stroke
    [1993]

Resources by Julie Bernhardt (160)

  1. Very early mobilization following acute stroke : Controversies, the unknowns, and a way forward
    Bernhardt, Julie
    [ Article : 2008 ]
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    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  2. Could upright posture be harmful in the early stages of stroke? - Author's reply
    Bernhardt, Julie
    Lancet (London, England). 2015;386(10005):1734-5
    [ Article : 2015 ]
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    At Austin Health DSpace
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  3. Stroke : Physical Fitness, Exercise, and Fatigue
    Mead, Gillian; Bernhardt, Julie; Kwakkel, Gert
    [ Article : 2012 ]
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    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  4. The physiotherapy pill : can clinicians provide a specified dose in a clinical trial? [abstract]
    Bernhardt, Julie; Collier, Janice
    [ Article : 2007 ]
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    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  5. Commentary on Arias M & Smith L (2007) Early mobilization of acute stroke patients
    Bernhardt, Julie; Ellery, Fiona
    [ Article : 2008 ]
    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  6. What is spasticity? The discussion continues
    Bernhardt, Julie; Ibuki, Aileen
    [ Article : 2007 ]
    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  7. More options and better job security required in career paths of physiotherapist researchers: an observational study.(Research)
    Bernhardt, Julie; Shyn-Li, Lili Tang
    Australian Journal of Physiotherapy
    [ Article : 2008 ]
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  8. More options and better job security required in career paths of physiotherapist researchers : an observational study
    Bernhardt, Julie; Tang, Lili Shyn-Li
    [ Article : 2008 ]
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    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  9. Does clinical experience predict observational kinematic assessment accuracy of upper limb movement pattern following stroke?
    Matyas, Thomas Albert; Bate, Patricia; Bernhardt, Julie
    [ Article : 2002 ]
    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  10. Quality of life : An important outcome measure in a trial of very early mobilisation after stroke
    Tyedin, Karen; Cumming, Toby B; Bernhardt, Julie
    [ Article : 2010 ]
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    At LaTrobe Uni Inst Rep
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  1. NOTICE is hereby given that a petition to wind up Bernhardt
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 25 July 1975 [Issue No.100] p 3002

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    ... NOTICE is hereby given that a petition to wind up Bernhardt Constructions (N.S.W.) Pty Limited was ... Gyles at 10 a.m. on Thursday, 31st day of July, 1975, at No. 10 Court, Mena House, 225 Macquarie Street ... 249 words
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    ... , Burnie, butcher Date of bankruptcy—14th July, 1969 No TAS66 of 1969—Re Brian Gavin Hutton, 16 Wilkinson ... Street, West Wynyard, contractor Date of bankruptcy—14th July, 1969 No TAS67 of 1969—Re David William ... 102 words
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    Coolgardie Miner (WA : 1894 - 1911) Friday 29 July 1904 p 1 Article
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    The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924) Friday 2 February 1894 p 4 Article
    ... BERNHARDT COMPANY. The half-yearly meeting was held at Melbourne on Tuesday, when the retiring ... 's Report.—“ On the IGth of July, 1893,1 took ohargs of your mine, and, after a careful examination of the ... 960 words
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    Le Gallienne, Eva, 1899-1991
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  1. THE GREAT BERNHARDT. (1 July 1908)
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  2. Sara Bernhardt in Sydney. Magnificent Reception, Review related to La Dame Aux Camelias, Her Majesty's Theatre (1887-1933), Sydney, NSW, 8 July 1891
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  3. Physical Activity Patterns of Acute Stroke Patients Managed in a Rehabilitation Focused Stroke Unit
    West, T; Bernhardt, J; Bernhardt, Julie [0000-0002-2787-8484]
    [ Article : 2013 ]
    View online
    At Uni of Mel Inst Rep
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 66.783)

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  4. Could upright posture be harmful in the early stages of stroke? Reply
    Bernhardt, J; Bernhardt, Julie [0000-0002-2787-8484]
    [ Article : 2015 ]
    At Uni of Mel Inst Rep
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  1. Sarah Bernhardt addresses crowd in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, 1917 / [producer unknown]
    Roosevelt Memorial Association
    [ Video : 1917 ]
    View online (access conditions)
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 193.512)

  2. Stroke
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2010 ]
    View online
    At ABC Radio National
    Stroke
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 100.989)

  3. Push to improve gender balance in science careers
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. News
    [ Sound : 2014 ]
    View online
    At ABC Radio National
    Push to improve gender balance in science careers
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 49.087)

  4. Stroke rehab: How early to start?
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2019 ]
    View online
    At ABC Radio National
    Stroke rehab: How early to start?
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  1. BOURDIC, Marguerite Charlotte (née MARIELLE also MARELLA) aka Mme BOURDIC.
    BOURDIC, Marguerite Charlotte (née MARIELLE also MARELLA) aka Mme BOURDIC.
    Created by KEVING., 46 items.

    (b. 1852 - 1911)Born 10 November 1852 - Paris, 75056, Paris, Île-de-France, FRANCE. Married on 14 May 1881, Paris, 75056, Paris, Île-de-France, FRANCE, Paris 16, to Clément Louis Marie BOURD...

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  2. Edward Samuel Chapman "Augur" writings
    Edward Samuel Chapman "Augur" writings
    Created by petrinadakin, 537 items.

    Writings of ES Chapman, "Augur" of the Australasian newspaper, lauded racing writer and sporting editor, 1870-1892. As they appeared in syndicated papers around Australia (Australasian is not digitise...

    Keywords: Augur, Chapman family tree
    This resource may have relevance to your query (score: 0.019)

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  3. Gee, Annie Dorothea
    Gee, Annie Dorothea
    Created by alass, 49 items.

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  1. Observational kinematic assessment of upper limb movement / submitted by Julie-ann Bernhardt
    Bernhardt, Julie-ann
    [ Thesis : 1998 ]
    At LaTrobe Uni Melb
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 242.12)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 242.12)

  2. KATHERINE BERNHARDT : houses
    BERNHARDT, KATHERINE
    [ Book : 2018 ]
    At 2 libraries
    KATHERINE BERNHARDT : houses
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 218.021)

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  3. Sarah Bernhardt : a biographical and critical sketch / by Austin Brereton
    Brereton, Austin, 1862-1922
    [ Book : 1891 ]
    View online
    At 6 libraries
    Sarah Bernhardt : a biographical and critical sketch / by Austin Brereton
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 178.906)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 178.906)

  4. The Bernhardt Season, 19 nights and 3 special matinees beginning Wednesday July 8, '91 : Mr J.C. Williamson has the honor to announce ... the first appearance in Sydney of Madame Sarah Bernhardt ... ..
    Her Majesty's Theatre (Sydney, N.S.W.)
    [ Book : 1891-1970 ]
    At National Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 157.713)

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