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Geoff Fernie
Geoff Fernie
Institute Director, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
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Aging and postural control: a comparison of spontaneous‐and induced‐sway balance tests
BE Maki, PJ Holliday, GR Fernie
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 38 (1), 1-9, 1990
5731990
The relationship of postural sway in standing to the incidence of falls in geriatric subjects
GR Fernie, CI Gryfe, PJ Holliday, A Llewellyn
Age and ageing 11 (1), 11-16, 1982
5481982
Design of an intervertebral disc prosthesis.
TP Hedman, JP Kostuik, GR Fernie, WG Hellier
Spine 16 (6 Suppl), S256-60, 1991
2561991
Visual input: its importance in the control of postural sway.
J Dornan, GR Fernie, PJ Holliday
Archives of physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 59 (12), 586-591, 1978
2521978
A decision-theoretic approach to task assistance for persons with dementia
J Boger, P Poupart, J Hoey, C Boutilier, G Fernie, A Mihailidis
Ijcai, 1293-1299, 2005
2362005
A planning system based on Markov decision processes to guide people with dementia through activities of daily living
J Boger, J Hoey, P Poupart, C Boutilier, G Fernie, A Mihailidis
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 10 (2), 323-333, 2006
2302006
An anatomical comparison of the human and bovine thoracolumbar spine
PC Cotterill, JP Kostuik, G D'angelo, GR Fernie, BE Maki
Journal of orthopaedic research 4 (3), 298-303, 1986
2251986
Change-in-support reactions for balance recovery
BE Maki, WE Mcilroy, GR Fernie
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 22 (2), 20-26, 2003
1792003
The efficacy of an intelligent cognitive orthosis to facilitate handwashing by persons with moderate to severe dementia
A Mihailidis, JC Barbenel, G Fernie
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 14 (1-2), 135-171, 2004
1662004
Preventing falls in older adults: new interventions to promote more effective change-in-support balance reactions
BE Maki, KCC Cheng, A Mansfield, CY Scovil, SD Perry, AL Peters, ...
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 18 (2), 243-254, 2008
1602008
Efficacy and effectiveness of a balance-enhancing insole
SD Perry, A Radtke, WE McIlroy, GR Fernie, BE Maki
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2008
1492008
A posture control model and balance test for the prediction of relative postural stability
BE Maki, PJ Holliday, GR Fernie
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 797-810, 1987
1411987
The use of artificial intelligence in the design of an intelligent cognitive orthosis for people with dementia
A Mihailidis, GR Fernie, JC Barbenel
Assistive Technology 13 (1), 23-39, 2001
1222001
Pedestrian behavior and safety on a two-stage crossing with a center refuge island and the effect of winter weather on pedestrian compliance rate
Y Li, G Fernie
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (4), 1156-1163, 2010
1112010
Hand hygiene monitoring technology: a systematic review of efficacy
JA Srigley, M Gardam, G Fernie, D Lightfoot, G Lebovic, MP Muller
Journal of Hospital Infection 89 (1), 51-60, 2015
1032015
Context-aware assistive devices for older adults with dementia
A Mihailidis, GR Fernie
Gerontechnology 2 (2), 173-188, 2002
1012002
Volume fluctuations in the residual limbs of lower limb amputees.
GR Fernie, PJ Holliday
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 63 (4), 162-165, 1982
1011982
Using psychological theory to inform methods to optimize the implementation of a hand hygiene intervention
VM Boscart, GR Fernie, JH Lee, SB Jaglal
Implementation Science 7 (1), 1-12, 2012
1002012
Acceptability of a wearable hand hygiene device with monitoring capabilities
VM Boscart, KS McGilton, A Levchenko, G Hufton, P Holliday, GR Fernie
Journal of Hospital Infection 70 (3), 216-222, 2008
892008
Reducing fall risk by improving balance control: Development, evaluation and knowledge-translation of new approaches
BE Maki, KM Sibley, SB Jaglal, M Bayley, D Brooks, GR Fernie, AJ Flint, ...
Journal of safety research 42 (6), 473-485, 2011
862011
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