Latest publications by the CRE team

Connelly, L., Courbage, C. On insurance and health risksGeneva Pap Risk Insur Issues Pract 48, 1–4 (2023).

Chloe-Emily Eather, Matthew J. Gullo, Rachel A. Elphinston. Reward drive moderates the effect of depression-related cognitive mechanisms on risk of prescription opioid misuse among patients with chronic non-cancer pain. The Journal of Pain, 2022, ISSN 1526-5900.

Nikles, J., Evans, K., Hams, A., and Sterling, M. (2022). A systematic review of N-of-1 trials and single case experimental designs in physiotherapy for musculoskeletal conditionsMusculoskeletal Science and Practice 62 102639.

Nikles, Jane, Johnston, Amy, van Driel, Mieke, Perez, Siegfried, Ritchie, Carrie, Elphinston, Rachel, and Sterling, Michele (2022). A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions to improve opioid prescribing in ED for acute non-admitted musculoskeletal pain. Recover Injury Research Centre, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 6 October 2022.

Sterling, M., Treleaven, Julia, Edwards, Sandra, and Jull, Gwendolen (2002). Pressure pain thresholds in chronic whiplash associated disorder: Further evidence of altered central pain processingJournal of Musculoskeletal Pain 10 (3) 69-81.

Carrie Ritchie, Kelly Clanchy, Michele Sterling, Robyn Tate, Esther J. Smits, Melissa Day, Jane Nikles, Jenna Liimatainen & Sean M. Tweedy (2022) Evaluation of a physical activity promotion intervention for adults with whiplash associated disorders: a single-case experimental design study, Disability and Rehabilitation, 44:23, 7255-7268.

Michele Sterling (2022) A core outcome measurement set for whiplash associated disorders—Editorial, European Journal of Physiotherapy, 24:5, 260-261.

Ritchie, Carrie, Andersen, Tonny Elmose, Ravn, Sophie Lykkegaard, Söderlund, Anne, Sterling, Michele, Carroll, Linda, Connelly, Luke B., Cote, Pierre, Curatolo, Michele, Grant, Genevieve, Jull, Gwendolen, Kasch, Helge, MacDermid, Joy, Malmström, Eva Maj, Rebbeck, Trudy, Treleaven, Julia, Walton, David, and Westergren, Hans (2022). A systematic review shows minimal evidence for measurement properties of psychological functioning outcomes in whiplashJournal of Clinical Epidemiology 151 29-44.

Elphinston, Rachel A., Pager, Sue, Brown, Kelly, Sterling, Michele, Fatehi, Farhad, Gray, Paul, Hipper, Linda, Cahill, Linda, and Connor, Jason P. (2022). The first step in co-design of a digital brief intervention to reduce prescription opioid related harm, informed by patient lived experiences: a qualitative analysis.

Yates, Eloise, Buckley, Lisa, Sterling, Michele, Cruwys, Tegan, Ashton-James, Claire, Rankin, Renee, and Elphinston, Rachel (2022). Interest in digital peer-delivered interventions and preferences to improve pain self-efficacy amongst patients with chronic pain: a mixed methods co-design study.

Buckley, Lisa, Sterling, Michele, and Elphinston, Rachel A. (2022). Chronic pain experience through COVID-19: a comparison of reports prior and during the early stages of the pandemicPAIN ():10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002724, April 07, 2022.

Fundaun, Joel, Kolski, Melissa, Baskozos, Georgios, Dilley, Andrew, Sterling, Michele, and Schmid, Annina B. (2022). Nerve pathology and neuropathic pain after whiplash injury: a systematic review and meta-analysisPain 163 (7) e789-e811.

Yates, Eloise, Buckley, Lisa, Sterling, Michele, Cruwys, Tegan, Ashton-James, Claire, Rankin, Renee, and Elphinston, Rachel (2022). Interest in Digital Peer-Delivered Interventions and Preferences to Improve Pain Self-Efficacy and Reduce Loneliness amongst Patients with Chronic Pain: A Mixed Methods Co-Design Study (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research.

Bandong, Aila Nica, Rebbeck, Trudy, Mackey, Martin, Sterling, Michele, Kelly, Joan, Ritchie, Carrie, and Leaver, Andrew (2022). Selective acceptance of acute whiplash guidelines: a qualitative analysis of perceptions of health professionals in AustraliaDisability and Rehabilitation 1-8.

Elphinston, Rachel A., Pager, Sue, Fatehi, Farhad, Sterling, Michele, Brown, Kelly, Gray, Paul, Hipper, Linda, Cahill, Lauren , Ziadni, Maisa, Worthy, Peter, and Connor, Jason P. (2022). Applying patient and health professional preferences as part of co-designing a new digital brief intervention to reduce prescription opioid harm.

Christopher Papic, Annette Kifley, Ashley Craig, Genevieve Grant, Alex Collie, Ilaria Pozzato, Belinda Gabbe, Sarah Derrett, Trudy Rebbeck, Jagnoor Jagnoor & Ian D. Cameron (2022). Factors associated with long term work incapacity following a non-catastrophic road traffic injury: analysis of a two-year prospective cohort studyBMC Public Health Volume 22, Article number: 1498.

Kosek, Eva, Clauw, Daniel, Nijs, Jo, Baron, Ralf, Gilron, Ian, Harris, Richard E., Mico, Juan-Antonio, Rice, Andrew S C, and Sterling, Michele (2022). Reply to CohenPain 163 (4) e607-e608.

Elphinston, Rachel A., Sullivan, Michael J. L., Sterling, Michele, Connor, Jason. P., Baranoff, John A., Tan, Dylan, and Day, Melissa A. (2022). Pain medication beliefs mediate the relationship between pain catastrophizing and opioid prescription use in patients with chronic non-cancer painJournal of Pain 23 (3) 379-389.

Griffin, A.R., Sterling, M., Ritchie, C. et al. Do expectations of recovery improve risk assessment for people with whiplash-associated disorders? Secondary analysis of a prospective cohort studyBMC Musculoskelet Disord 23, 395 (2022).

Nikles, Jane, Keijzers, Gerben, Mitchell, Geoffrey, Farrell, Scott F., Perez, Siegfried, Schug, Stephan, Ware, Robert S., McLean, Samuel A., Connelly, Luke B., and Sterling, Michele (2022). Pregabalin vs placebo to prevent chronic pain after whiplash injury in at-risk individuals: Results of a feasibility study for a large randomised controlled trialPain 163 (2) E274-E284.

Alalawi, Ahmed, Mazaheri, Masood, Gallina, Alessio, Luque-Suarez, Alejandro, Sterling, Michele, and Falla, Deborah (2022). Are measures of physical function of the neck region associated with poor prognosis following a whiplash trauma?: A systematic reviewClinical Journal of Pain 38 (3) 208-221.

Hung, K. K. C., Kifley , A. ., Brown , K. ., Jagnoor , J. ., Craig, A. ., Gabbe, B. ., Derrett , S. ., Collie , A. ., Dinh , M. ., Gopinath , B. ., Cameron, I. D., & FISH Investigators, on behalf of the. (2022). Psychological Distress, Pain and Insurance Claims Negatively Affect Long-Term Health-Related Quality of Life After Road Traffic InjuriesJournal of Rehabilitation Medicine54, jrm00310.

Publications resulting from the Centre of Research Excellence in Recovery following Road Traffic Injuries' (2014-2019) International Consortium for Non-Hospitalised Road Traffic Injuries

Griffin, Alexandra R; Leaver, Andrew M; Arora, Mohit; Walton, David M; Peek, Aimie; Bandong, Aila N; Sterling, Michele; Rebbeck, Trudy Clinimetric Properties of Self-reported Disability Scales for Whiplash: A Systematic Review for the Whiplash Core Outcome Set (CATWAD). The Clinical Journal of Pain October 2021 - 37(10): 766-787.

Modarresi, Shirin; Lukacs, Michael J; Ghodrati, Maryam; Salim, Shahan; MacDermid, Joy C; Walton, David M. (2021). A systematic review and synthesis of psychometric properties of the Numeric Pain Rating Scale and the Visual Analogue Sacle for use in people with neck pain. The Clinical Journal of Pain February 2022 - Volume 38 - Issue 2 - pp132-148.

Bobos P, MacDermid J, Nazari G CATWAD, et al. (2019). Psychometric properties of the global rating of change scales in patients with neck disorders: a systematic review with meta-analysis and meta-regression. BMJ Open 9(11): e033909.

Chen, Kenneth; Andersen, Tonny; Carroll, Linda; Connelly, Luke; Côté, Pierre; Curatolo, Michele; Elliott, James; Grant, Genevieve; Jull, Gwendolen; Kasch, Helge; MacDermid, Joy; Malmström, Eva-Maj; Maujean, Annick; McLean, Samuel A; Nielsen, Mandy; Rebbeck, Trudy; Söderlund, Anne; Sterling, Joanna; Treleaven, Julia; Walton, David M; Westergren, Hans; Sterling, Michele. (2019). Recommendations For Core Outcome Domain Set For Whiplash-Associated Disorders (CATWAD). The Clinical Journal of Pain 35(9): 727-736.

Maujean, A., Carroll, L., Curatolo, M. et al. A core outcome set for clinical trials in whiplash-associated disorders (WAD): a study protocol. Trials 19(1): 635 (2018).