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  1. Out of sight, out of mind: long-term outcomes for people discharged home, to inpatient rehabilitation and to residential aged care after stroke
  2. Patient and service factors associated with referral and admission to inpatient rehabilitation after the acute phase of stroke in Australia and Norway
  3. Perceived barriers and enablers for implementing water protocols in acute stroke care: A qualitative study using the Theoretical Domains Framework
  4. Implementation in rehabilitation: a roadmap for practitioners and researchers
  5. Supervised exercise delivered via telehealth in real time to manage chronic conditions in adults: a protocol for a scoping review to inform future research in stroke survivors
  6. Activity Monitors for Increasing Physical Activity in Adult Stroke Survivors
  7. Access to rehabilitation for patients with stroke in Australia
  8. Designing and implementing two facilitation interventions within the ‘Facilitating Implementation of Research Evidence (FIRE)’ study: a qualitative analysis from an external facilitators’ perspective
  9. “There is nothing so practical as a good theory”: a pragmatic guide for selecting theoretical approaches for implementation projects
  10. A mixed-methods study to explore opinions of research translation held by researchers working in a Centre of Research Excellence in Australia
  11. Implementing a protocol for a research impact assessment of the Centre for Research Excellence in Stroke Rehabilitation and Brain Recovery
  12. Activity monitors for increasing physical activity in adult stroke survivors
  13. Lack of research about how to implement evidence-based stroke rehabilitation
  14. Improving the Development, Monitoring and Reporting of Stroke Rehabilitation Research: Consensus-Based Core Recommendations from the Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable
  15. Inequities in access to inpatient rehabilitation after stroke: an international scoping review
  16. Improving the development, monitoring and reporting of stroke rehabilitation research: Consensus-based core recommendations from the Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable
  17. Circuit class therapy for improving mobility after stroke
  18. Carers' experiences, needs and preferences during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: a systematic review of qualitative studies
  19. Enabling Continuous Quality Improvement in Practice: The Role and Contribution of Facilitation
  20. Early Mobilization after Stroke: Changes in Clinical Opinion Despite an Unchanging Evidence Base
  21. Understanding patients' rehabilitation requirements after stroke—are we there yet?
  22. Why aren't all patients with stroke assessed for rehabilitation?
  23. Education-only versus a multifaceted intervention for improving assessment of rehabilitation needs after stroke; a cluster randomised trial
  24. Inequities in access to rehabilitation: exploring how acute stroke unit clinicians decide who to refer to rehabilitation
  25. Stroke Survivors' Experiences of Physical Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies
  26. Carers’ experiences, needs and preferences during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: a protocol for a systematic review of qualitative studies
  27. Rehabilitation Assessments for Patients With Stroke in Australian Hospitals Do Not Always Reflect the Patients' Rehabilitation Requirements
  28. Reply from Lynch et al . to letter from Vedpathak and Shah regarding ‘when should physical rehabilitation commence after stroke: A systematic review’
  29. When should physical rehabilitation commence after stroke: a systematic review
  30. Patient satisfaction with circuit class therapy and individual physiotherapy
  31. Sensory Retraining of the Lower Limb After Acute Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial