Toni Green

Assistant Professor

Accepting PhD Students

19992020

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Dr. Green is a clinician and is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra. Her research team is focused on evidence-based practice for health professionals particularly for physiotherapists, pharmacists, sports and exercise physicians, nurses, and first aiders with respect to lower limb injuries and education of these injuries. In 2011-2012, Toni was part of a team that received an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) grant of $114,000. Future research projects are on randomised control trials on lower limb injury management. Health professionals interested in doing research please contact Dr. Green on Toni.Green@canberrra.edu.au.

Publications are:

Green T, Willson G, Fallon K. A qualitative study of health professions curricula and management of lateral ankle ligament sprain demonstrates inconsistency. BMC Medical Education. 2020;20(1): 1-8.

 

Green, T, Willson, G, Martin, D, & Fallon, K. “What is the quality of clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of acute lateral ankle ligament sprains in adults? A systematic review.” BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 20.1 (2019): 394-407.

 

Campbell, Andrew J., et al. "Virtual World Interview Skills Training for Students Studying Health Professions." Journal of Technology in Human Services 33.2 (2015): 156-171.

 

Green, T. “HOOS, KOOS WOMAC? How they can help ankle injuries.” MPA In Touch. Issue 3 2004.

 

Green T, Refshauge KM, Crosbie J & Adams R.  (2001).  A randomised controlled trial of a passive accessory joint mobilisation on acute ankle inversion sprains.  Physical Therapy.  81, 984-994.

 

Crosbie J, Green T & Refshauge KM (1999).  Effects of reduced ankle dorsiflexion following lateral ligament sprain on temporal and spatial gait parameters.  Gait and Posture. 9, 167-172.

 

Schomburgk J, Rebbeck T, Green T. (1999).  “The role of physiotherapy in the management of low back pain”. In: Update in the management of musculoskeletal pain. 1999. Alpha Biomedical Communications. Sydney ISBN 1 876101067. 77-84.

Dr. Green teaches health professionalism, evidence-based practice, ethics, gait analysis, assessment and management of the impairments of gait, sensation, stiffness, weakness, and postural control.

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