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Associate Professor Louisa Remedios

Professor, Physiotherapy and Discipline Lead

Institute Leadership


Institute Leadership


Gippsland Campus, Online

Barriers, Enablers, and Consumer Design Ideas for Health Literacy Responsive Hospital Waiting Areas: A Framework Method Analysis

Seeking Choice to Fulfill Health Literacy Needs: Health Literacy Opportunities for Consumers in Hospital Waiting Areas

Health Literacy in Hospital Outpatient Waiting Areas: An Observational Study of What Is Available to and Accessed by Consumers

Improving centre-based group exercise participation of older adults using the behaviour change wheel

Evidence, education and multi-disciplinary integration are needed to embed exercise into lung cancer clinical care: A qualitative study involving physiotherapists

Exploring learning goals and assessment approaches for Indigenous health education: a qualitative study in Australia and New Zealand

Learning with and from each other: promoting international and interprofessional collaborations in physiotherapy education research–a literature review

The conceptualisation of health-related quality of life in decision-making by intensive care physicians: A qualitative inquiry

What factors affect implementation of early rehabilitation into intensive care unit practice? A qualitative study with clinicians

Barriers to translation of physical activity into the lung cancer model of care a qualitative study of clinicians' perspectives

Health professional workforce education in the Asia Pacific

Identifying pedagogy and teaching strategies for achieving nationally prescribed learning outcomes