Kate Hayward
Kate Hayward
Senior Research Fellow in Stroke Recovery, University of Melbourne & Florey Institute
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Agreed definitions and a shared vision for new standards in stroke recovery research: the stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable taskforce
J Bernhardt, KS Hayward, G Kwakkel, NS Ward, SL Wolf, K Borschmann, ...
International Journal of Stroke 12 (5), 444-450, 2017
Biomarkers of stroke recovery: consensus-based core recommendations from the stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable
LA Boyd, KS Hayward, NS Ward, CM Stinear, C Rosso, RJ Fisher, ...
International Journal of Stroke 12 (5), 480-493, 2017
Interventions to promote upper limb recovery in stroke survivors with severe paresis: a systematic review
K Hayward, R Barker, S Brauer
Disability and rehabilitation 32 (24), 1973-1986, 2010
Dose of arm activity training during acute and subacute rehabilitation post stroke: a systematic review of the literature
KS Hayward, SG Brauer
Clinical rehabilitation 29 (12), 1234-1243, 2015
Exploring the role of accelerometers in the measurement of real world upper-limb use after stroke
KS Hayward, JJ Eng, LA Boyd, B Lakhani, J Bernhardt, CE Lang
Brain Impairment 17 (1), 16-33, 2016
Is environmental enrichment ready for clinical application in human post-stroke rehabilitation?
MW McDonald, KS Hayward, I Rosbergen, MS Jeffers, D Corbett
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 12, 135, 2018
Embedding an enriched environment in an acute stroke unit increases activity in people with stroke: a controlled before–after pilot study
ICM Rosbergen, RS Grimley, KS Hayward, KC Walker, D Rowley, ...
Clinical rehabilitation 31 (11), 1516-1528, 2017
A stroke recovery trial development framework: consensus-based core recommendations from the second stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable
J Bernhardt, KS Hayward, N Dancause, NA Lannin, NS Ward, RJ Nudo, ...
International Journal of Stroke 14 (8), 792-802, 2019
Factors affecting the ability of the stroke survivor to drive their own recovery outside of therapy during inpatient stroke rehabilitation
XW Eng, SG Brauer, SS Kuys, M Lord, KS Hayward
Stroke research and treatment 2014, 2014
Interhemispheric pathways are important for motor outcome in individuals with chronic and severe upper limb impairment post stroke
KS Hayward, JL Neva, CS Mang, S Peters, KP Wadden, JK Ferris, ...
Neural plasticity 2017, 2017
Are we armed with the right data? Pooled individual data review of biomarkers in people with severe upper limb impairment after stroke
KS Hayward, J Schmidt, KR Lohse, S Peters, J Bernhardt, NA Lannin, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 13, 310-319, 2017
SMART Arm with outcome-triggered electrical stimulation: a pilot randomized clinical trial
KS Hayward, RN Barker, SG Brauer, D Lloyd, SA Horsley, RG Carson
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 20 (4), 289-298, 2013
The impact of environmental enrichment in an acute stroke unit on how and when patients undertake activities
ICM Rosbergen, RS Grimley, KS Hayward, SG Brauer
Clinical rehabilitation 33 (4), 784-795, 2019
Setting the scene for the second stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable
J Bernhardt, KN Borschmann, G Kwakkel, JH Burridge, JJ Eng, MF Walker, ...
International Journal of Stroke 14 (5), 450-456, 2019
Imaging in pediatric concussion: a systematic review
J Schmidt, KS Hayward, KE Brown, JG Zwicker, J Ponsford, ...
Pediatrics 141 (5), 2018
Electric and acoustic stimulation during movement preparation can facilitate movement execution in healthy participants and stroke survivors
W Marinovic, SG Brauer, KS Hayward, TJ Carroll, S Riek
Neuroscience letters 618, 134-138, 2016
Rationale for intervention and dose is lacking in stroke recovery trials: a systematic review
K Borschmann, KS Hayward, A Raffelt, L Churilov, S Kramer, J Bernhardt
Stroke research and treatment 2018, 2018
Self-administered, home-based SMART (sensorimotor active rehabilitation training) arm training: a single-case report
KS Hayward, BA Neibling, RN Barker
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 69 (4), 6904210020p1-6904210020p8, 2015
Clinically important improvements in motor function are achievable during inpatient rehabilitation by stroke patients with severe motor disability: a prospective observational …
KS Hayward, SS Kuys, RN Barker, SG Brauer
NeuroRehabilitation 34 (4), 773-779, 2014
Hemispheric asymmetry in myelin after stroke is related to motor impairment and function
B Lakhani, KS Hayward, LA Boyd
NeuroImage: Clinical 14, 344-353, 2017
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