Dr Julie Reeve

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Senior Lecturer

Email: julie.reeve@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8234-3119

Academic appointments:

  • Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology (2000 - 2020)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, University of Melbourne
  • MSc Physiotherapy, Sheffield Hallam University
  • Grad Dip Phys, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Overview:

Julie is a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy in the School of Clinical Sciences. She has over 30 years clinical and academic experience and has worked across acute care facilities and universities in both the UK and NZ. Throughout this time she has focused on cardio-respiratory rehabilitation and has a special interest in the management of patients following acute and critical illness, major trauma or undergoing major surgery. She undertook her PhD at the University of Melbourne investigating the physiotherapy management of patients undergoing lung surgery and her research work now mainly focuses on the management of patients undergoing any type of major visceral surgery both pre and post-operatively. Other research areas of interest include rehabilitation following a cancer diagnosis and the use of technology to enhance pre/rehabilitation in patients with cardiovascular and respiratory disorders. She is a reviewer for several medical journals, has reviewed grant submissions for several bodies and has been an editorial board member for the international journal of therapy and rehabilitation and the NZ journal of physiotherapy. She teaches non the undergraduate physiotherapy programme and supervises work to Masters and PhD levels. She is also an Investigator with the Medical Technologies Center for Research Excellence.

Research interests:

Cardiovascular and respiratory rehabilitation.
Pre/rehabilitation for patients undergoing major visceral surgery.
Enhancing outcomes following major surgery and major illness.
Cancer rehabilitation.
Technology to enhance recovery from acute and critical illness.
The use of mobile/digital health technologies to enhance rehabilitation outcomes.

Fields of research:

  • Respiratory Diseases
  • Intensive Care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Surgery
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Cancer Therapy (Excl. Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy)

Professional activities:

Appointment, affiliation, and membership

  • Scientific Conference Organising Committee, Physiotherapy New ZEaland (2017 - 2018)

Award, prize, fellowship, and scholarship

  • Winner of PEDRO award for best physiotherapy trial published between 2014-2019, Physiotherapy Evidence Database (2019)
  • Waitemata Health Excellence Award winner of best overall oral presentation, Waitemata DHB (2016)
  • Waitemata Health Excellence Award, winner of Excellence in Research and Innovation Award, Waitemata DHB (2016)

Editorship, reviewing, examining, and judging

  • Journal submission reviewer, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (2019 - 2020)
  • Journal submission reviewer, Physiotherapy Canada (2019)
  • Journal submission reviewer, New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy (2019)
  • Journal submission reviewer, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (2019)
  • MPHil Thesis Examiner, Post Graduate Research Office, University of Melbourne (2018)
  • Journal submission reviewer, Physiotherapy Research International (2017)
  • Journal submission reviewer, New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy (2017)
  • Journal Submission Reviewer, Thorax (2016)
  • Journal submission review, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (2015)
  • Journal sumission review, Physiotherapy Canada (2015)
  • Journal submission review, Respirology (2015)
  • Journal submission reviewer, Physical Therapy (2015)
  • Editorial board member, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (2005 - 2020)

Facilitation, networking and collaboration

  • Symposium organiser, chair and speaker, World Congress of Physical Therapists 2019 (2019)
  • Invited speaker and panellist, World Congress of physiotherapists 2017 (2017 - 2020)

Invitation to present research

  • Surgery School for Physiotherapists, Brisbane (2020)
  • 3rd International Conference on Rehabilitation Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan (2019)
  • Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference, Dunedin Conference Centre (2017)

Research outputs:

Journal articles

  • Boden, I., Robertson, I. K., Neil, A., Reeve, J., Palmer, A. J., Skinner, E. H., . . . Denehy, L. (2020). Preoperative physiotherapy is cost-effective for preventing pulmonary complications after major abdominal surgery: A health economic analysis of a multicentre randomised trial. Journal of Physiotherapy. doi:10.1016/j.jphys.2020.06.005

  • Aswegen, H. V., Reeve, J., Beach, L., Parker, R., & Olsèn, M. F. (2020). Physiotherapy management of patients with major chest trauma: Results from a global survey. Trauma, 22(2), 133-141. doi:10.1177/1460408619850918

  • Reeve, J., Anderson, L., Raslan, Y., Grieve, C., Ford, J., & Wilson, L. (2019). The physiotherapy management of patients undergoing abdominal surgery: A survey of current practice. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 47(2), 66-75. doi:10.15619/NZJP/47.2.02

  • Dobson, R., Herbst, P., Candy, S., Brott, T., Garrett, J., Humphrey, G., . . . Whittaker, R. (2019). Understanding end-user perspectives of mobile pulmonary rehabilitation (mPR): Cross-sectional survey and interviews. JMIR Formative Research, 3(4). doi:10.2196/15466

  • Boden, I., Skinner, E. H., Browning, L., Reeve, J., Anderson, L., Hill, C., . . . Denehy, L. (2018). Preoperative physiotherapy for the prevention of respiratory complications after upper abdominal surgery: Pragmatic, double blinded, multicentre randomised controlled trial. BMJ (Online), 360, 1-15. doi:10.1136/bmj.j5916

  • Boden, I. J., & Reeve, J. C. (2017). Phase 1 evaluation of tubing PEP as an improvised positive expiratory pressure device: Pressures generated through oxygen tubing across a range of flow rates and lengths. Pulmonology and Respiratory Research, 5. doi:10.7243/2053-6739-5-1

  • Cummins, C., Kayes, N. M., Reeve, J., Smith, G., MacLeod, R., & McPherson, K. M. (2017). Navigating physical activity engagement following a diagnosis of cancer: A qualitative exploration. European Journal of Cancer Care, 26(4). doi:10.1111/ecc.12608

  • Skinner, E. H., Thomas, P., Reeve, J. C., & Patman, S. (2016). Minimum standards of clinical practice for physiotherapists working in critical care settings in Australia and New Zealand: A modified Delphi technique. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 32(6). doi:10.3109/09593985.2016.1145311

  • Reeve, J. C., & Boden, I. (2016). The physiotherapy management of patients undergoing abdominal surgery. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 44(1). doi:10.15619/NZJP/44.1.05

  • Boden, I., Browning, L., Skinner, E. H., Reeve, J., El-Ansary, D., Robertson, I. K., & Denehy, L. (2015). The LIPPSMAck POP (Lung Infection Prevention Post Surgery - Major Abdominal - with Pre-Operative Physiotherapy) trial: Study protocol for a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16. doi:10.1186/s13063-015-1090-6

  • Graetz, B., Sullivan, M., Robertson, T., & Reeve, J. (2015). Do hydrotherapy exercise programmes improve exercise tolerance and quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure? A systematic review.. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 43(2).

  • Skinner, E. H., Haines, K. J., Hayes, K., Seller, D., Toohey, J. C., Reeve, J. C., . . . Haines, T. P. (2015). Future of specialised roles in allied health practice: Who is responsible?. Australian Health Review, 39(3). doi:10.1071/AH14213

  • Mans, C. M., Reeve, J. C., & Elkins, M. R. (2015). Postoperative outcomes following preoperative inspiratory muscle training in patients undergoing cardiothoracic or upper abdominal surgery: A systematic review and meta analysis. Clinical Rehabilitation, 29(5). doi:10.1177/0269215514545350

  • Agostini, P., Reeve, J., Dromard, S., Singh, S., Steyn, R. S., & Naidu, B. (2013). A survey of physiotherapeutic provision for patients undergoing thoracic surgery in the UK. Physiotherapy, 99(1). doi:10.1016/j.physio.2011.11.001

  • Mans, C. M., Reeve, J. C., Gasparini, C. A., & Elkins, M. R. (2012). Postoperative outcomes following preoperative inspiratory muscle training in patients undergoing open cardiothoracic or upper abdominal surgery: Protocol for a systematic review. Systematic Reviews, 1. doi:10.1186/2046-4053-1-63

  • Levack, W. M. M., Weatherall, M., Reeve, J. C., Mans, C., & Mauro, A. (2012). Uptake of pulmonary rehabilitation in New Zealand by people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in 2009. New Zealand Medical Journal, 125(1348). Retrieved from http://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal/125-1348/5018/

  • Moodie, L., Reeve, J. C., & Elkins, M. (2011). Inspiratory muscle training increases inspiratory muscle strength in patients weaning from mechanical ventilation: a systematic review. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 57(4). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/

  • Moodie, L. H., Reeve, J. C., Vermeulen, N., & Elkins, M. R. (2011). Inspiratory muscle training to facilitate weaning from mechanical ventilation: protocol for a systematic review. BMC Research Notes, 4. doi:10.1186/1756-0500-4-283

  • Reeve, J. C. (2011). The use of simulation in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy education. Physio Matters, July 2011.

  • Reeve, J. (2011). The role of the physiotherapist in cardiac surgery: Commentary. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 39(1), 4.

  • Dunford, F. A., Reeve, J. C., & Larmer, P. (2011). Determining differences between novice and expert physiotherapists in undertaking emergency on-call duties. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 39(1).

  • Reeve, J., Skinner, M., Lee, A., Wilson, L., & Alison, J. A. (2011). Investigating factors influencing 4th-year physiotherapy students' opinions of cardiorespiratory physiotherapy as a career path. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice: an international journal of physical therapy. doi:10.3109/09593985.2011.619249

  • Reeve, J., Nicol, K., Stiller, K., McPherson, K., Birch, P., Gordon, I., & Denehy, L. (2010). Does physiotherapy reduce the incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications following pulmonary resection via open thoracotomy? A preliminary randomised single-blind clinical trial. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, 37(5).

  • Reeve, J. C., Stiller, K., Denehy, L., & McPherson, K. M. (2010). Reply to Agostini et al. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery. doi:10.1016/j.ejcts.2010.07.035

  • Reeve, J., Stiller, K., Nicol, K., McPherson, K. M., Birch, P., Gordon, I. R., & Denehy, L. (2010). A postoperative shoulder exercise program improves function and decreases pain following open thoracotomy: A randomised trial. Journal of Physiotherapy, 56(4). Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J. C., Nicol, K., Stiller, K., McPherson, K. M., Birch, P., & Gordon, I. R. (2010). Does physiotherapy reduce the incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications following pulmonary resection via open thoracotomy? A preliminary randomised single-blind clinical trial. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, 37.

  • Reeve, J. (2008). On the ball with emergency on call. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 15(5), 198-199.

  • Reeve, J., Nicol, K., Stiller, K., McPherson, K., & Denehy, L. (2008). Does physiotherapy reduce the incidence of postoperative complications in patients following pulmonary resection via thoracotomy? A protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery, 3(48).

  • Reeve, J. (2008). Physiotherapy interventions to prevent postoperative pulmonary complications following lung resection. What is the evidence? What is the practice?. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 36(3). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J., Denehy, L., & Stiller, K. (2007). The physiotherapy management of patients undergoing thoracic surgery: a survey of current practice in Australia and New Zealand. Physiotherapy Research International, 12(2). Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/doi/10.1002/pri.354/pdf

  • Reeve, J. C., Davies, N., Freeman, J., & O'Donovan, B. (2007). The use of normal saline instillation in the intensive care unit by physiotherapists: A survey of practice in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 35(3). Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J. C., & Ewan, S. (2006). The physiotherapy management of the coronary artery bypass graft patient. Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care, 27.

  • Reeve, J. (2003). Commentary : Competence in on-call physiotherapy part one: designing a framework. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 10(7), 327. doi:10.12968/bjtr.2003.10.7.13527

  • Dixon, T., & Reeve, J. (2003). Emergency on-call duties. Physiotherapy, 89.

  • Reeve, J. (2003). Commentaries. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 10(7), 327. doi:10.12968/bjtr.2003.10.7.13527

  • Dixon, T., & Reeve, J. (2003). Emergency on-call duties: Audit of support, education and training provision in one NHSE region. Physiotherapy, 89(2). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J. (2003). A survey of physiotherapy on-call and emergency duty services in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 31(2). Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J., & Ewan, S. (2001). The use of evidence-based practice in the physiotherapy management of the uncomplicated coronary artery bypass graft patient in the United Kingdom [Abstract]. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 47(4).

  • Evans, S., & Reeve, J. (1990). Balloon Pump Patients — To treat or not to treat. Physiotherapy (United Kingdom), 76(3), 135-137. doi:10.1016/S0031-9406(10)62137-2

Book chapters

  • Reeve, J. (2017). Section 2 clinical skills guidelines. In S. Shaw, W. Horne, D. Reid, & K. Reed (Eds.), A guide to clinical skills for health students (pp. 57-216). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from https://global.oup.com/

  • El Ansary, D., Reeve, J., & Denehy, L. (2016). Upper abdominal and cardiothoracic surgery for adults. In E. Main, & L. Denehy (Eds.), Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy adults and paediatrics (pp. 513-578). Elsevier. Retrieved from https://www.elsevier.ca/ca/product.jsp?isbn=9780702047312

  • Sullivan, K., Reeve, J., Boden, I., & Lane, R. (2016). Physiotherapy for patients undergoing emergency abdominal surgery. In D. V. Garbuzenko (Ed.), Actual problems of emergency abdominal surgery (pp. 109-128). Intech. doi:10.5772/63969

  • Shaw, S., Horne, W., Reid, D., Reed, K., Aiello, S., Boutell, S., . . . Wood, T. (2016). A guide to clinical skills for health students. Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Conference contributions

  • Reeve, J., Jepsen, N., Candy, S., & Coomarasamy, C. (2019). Predictors of attendance at and completion of a pulmonary rehabilitation programme in Counties Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand. In Congress proceedings: World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress Geneva 2019. Geneva. Retrieved from https://www.abstractstosubmit.com/wcpt2019/archive/#/viewer/abstract/427

  • van Aswegen, H., Reeve, J., Fagevik Olsen, M., Beach, L., & Parker, R. (2019). Physiotherapy management of patients with major chest trauma: A global survey. In Congress proceedings: World Confederation of Physical Therapists Congress Geneva 2019. Geneva. Retrieved from https://www.abstractstosubmit.com/wcpt2019/archive/#/viewer/abstract/1248

  • Reeve, J., Boden, I., Fiore Junior, J., & Valkenet, K. (2019). Preoperative physiotherapy management for patients undergoing major visceral surgery. In Congress proceedings: World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2019 Geneva. Geneva. Retrieved from https://www.wcpt.org/

  • Jepsen, N., Candy, S., Coomarasamy, C., Curry, J., Dodson, G., Pomelilie, J., . . . Reeve, J. (2018). Patient characteristics and predictors of completion of a pulmonary rehabilitation programme in Counties Manukau, Auckland. In Speaker abstracts: Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2018 (pp. 66). Dunedin. Retrieved from https://pnz.org.nz/Category?Action=View&Category_id=637

  • Reeve, J. (2018). The physiotherapy management of the patient undergoing major abdominal surgery. Whats hot, Whats not?. In Speaker abstracts: Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2018. Dunedin. Retrieved from https://pnz.org.nz/

  • Aswegen, H., Reeve, J., Beach, L., Olsen, M. F., & Parker, R. (2017). Chest wall trauma: Integrating evidence in physiotherapy management. In World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2017. Cape Town. Retrieved from http://www.abstractstosubmit.com/wcpt2017/abstracts/

  • Anderson, L., Boden, I., Bronwing, L., Skinner, E., Reeve, J., Hill, C., . . . Denehy, L. (2016). LIPPSMAcK POP: A clinical research trial investigating Lung Infection Prevention Post Surgery with Pre-Operative Physiotherapy. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2016. Auckland. Retrieved from https://pnz.org.nz/

  • Boden, I., Sullivan, K., Browning, L., Skinner, E., Reeve, J., Anderson, L., . . . Robertson, I. (2015). Lung Infection Prevention Post Surgery Major Abdominal with Pre-Operative Physiotherapy (LIPPSMAck POP) trial: An international multi-centre randomised controlled trial. In Allied Health Proessional Symposium. Launceston. Retrieved from http://www.ahpsymposium.com/program

  • Skinner, E., Thomas, P., Reeve, J., & Patman, S. (2015). Minimum standards of clinical practice for physiotherapists working in Australian and New Zealand critical care settings: a Modified delphi technique. In 11th National Allied Health Conference. Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.nahc.com.au/

  • SKinner, E., Thomas, P., Reeve, J., & Patman, S. (2015). Minimum standards of clinical practice for physiotherapists working in Australian and New Zealand critical care settings: a Modified delphi technique. In 11th National Allied Health Conference. Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.nahc.com.au/

  • Skinner, E., Thomas, P., Reeve, J., & Patman, S. (2015). Minimum standards of clinical practice for physiotherapists working in Australian and New Zealand critical care settings: a Modified delphi technique.. In 40th ANZICS/ACCN INtensive Care Annual Scientific Meeting. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.intensivecare.org.nz/file/aa15-handbook-final-2/open

  • Skinner, E., Thomas, P., Reeve, J., & Patman, S. (2015). Minimum standards of clinical practice for physiotherapists working in Australian and New Zealand critical care settings: a Modified delphi technique.. In Connect Physiotherapy Conference 2015. Gold Coast. Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.asn.au/

  • Boden, I., Browning, L., Skinner, E., Reeve, J., Anderson, L., Hill, C., . . . Denehy, L. (2015). Lung infection prevention post surgery major abdominal with pre-operative physiotherapy (LIPPSMAck pop) trial: an international multi-centre randomised controlled trial.. In Connect Physiotherapy Conference 2015. Gold Coast. Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.asn.au/

  • Cummins, C., Kayes, N. M., Reeve, J., Smith, G., MacLeod, R., & McPherson, K. M. (2015). "Put back out into the world and left hung out to dry a bit": a place for rehabilitation service provision following a diagnosis of cancer. In AFRM/NZRA Combined Rehabilitation Meeting 2015. Wellington.

  • Kayes, N. M., Reeve, J., Cummins, C., Smith, G., Macleod, R., & McPherson, K. (2014). Exploring cancer survivors' perspectives of the barriers and facilitators to physical activity engagement following a diagnosis of cancer in New Zealand. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2014: Linking the chain. Auckland.

  • Mans, C., Reeve, J. C., & Elkins, M. (2014). Inspiratory muscle training before cardiothoracic and upper abdominal surgery to prevent post-operative pulmonary complications: A systematic review. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2014: Linking the chain. Auckland.

  • Mans, C. M., Reeve, J. C., & Elkins, M. R. (2013). Inspiratory muscle training before cardiothoracic and upper abdominal surgery to prevent post-operative pulmonary complications: A systematic review. In APA conference 2013. New moves (pp. 47). Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.asn.au/

  • Reeve, J. C. (2012). Physiotherapy following major surgery - the state of the ark. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy (pp. 20). Wellington: New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists Inc. Retrieved from http://physiotherapy.org.nz/

  • Levack, W., Weatherall, M., Reeve, J. C., Mans, C., & Mauro, A. (2011). Provision of pulmonary rehabilitation for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in New Zealand. In 2011 New Zealand Rehabilitation Association Biennial Conference (pp. 72). Auckland.

  • Moodie, L., Reeve, J. C., & Elkins, M. (2011). Inspiratory muscle training to facilitate weaning from mechanical ventilation in intensive care patients: a systematic review. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy. Queensland.

  • Reeve, J. C., Stiller, K., Nicol, K., MacPherson, K., Birch, P., Gordon, IR., & Denehy, L. (2011). A postoperative shoulder exercise program improves function and decreases pain following open thoracotomy: A randomised trial. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy. Queensland.

  • Reeve, J. C., Nicol, K., Stiller, K., MacPherson, K., Birch, P., Gordon, IR., & Denehy, L. (2010). Does physiotherapy reduce the incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications following pulmonary resection via open thoracotomy? A randomised single-blind clinical trial. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 36 (pp. 73). Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz/

  • Reeve, J., Nicol, K., Stiller, K., McPherson, K., Birch, P., & Denehy, L. (2009). Does physiotherapy reduce the incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications following pulmonary resection via open thoracotomy? A randomised single-blind clinical trial. In European Respiratory Society. Vienna. Retrieved from http://www.ers-education.org/pages/default.aspx?id=1737&idBrowse=56043&det=1

  • Reeve, J., Nicol, K., Stiller, K., McPherson, K., Birch, P., & Denehy, L. (2009). Does physiotherapy reduce the incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications following pulmonary resection via open thoracotomy? A randomised single-blind clinical trial. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 55 (pp. 21-22). Sydney. Retrieved from http://www.apaconferenceweek09.asn.au/images/Abstracts/PDF_CRPA/Reeve,%20J.pdf

  • Reeve, J., Nicol, K., & Denehy, L. (2008). The Physiotherapy Management of Patients undergoing Open Thoracic Surgery. In ADHB Clinical Research Week. Auckland.

  • Reeve, J. C., & Nicol, K. (2008). An audit of current physiotherapy management and patient outcomes in one thoracic surgical unit.. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 54 (pp. S4). Queensland.

  • Reeve, J. C., Munn, L., Quinn, L., Eagle, E., & Jenson, L. (2008). The use of manual and ventilator hyperinflation by physiotherapists in New Zealand intensive care units. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 36 (pp. 90). .

  • Reeve, J. C., Nicol, K., & Denehy, L. (2008). An audit of current physiotherapy management and patient outcomes in one thoracic surgical unit. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 36 (pp. 90-91). .

  • Reeve, J. C., Davis, N., Freeman, J., & O’Donovan, B. (2008). The use of normal saline installation in the
    intensive care unit by physiotherapists. A review of practice in New Zealand. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 36 (pp. 90). .

  • Dunford, F., Reeve, J. C., & Larmer, P. (2008). Determining differences between novice and expert physiotherapists in the emergency on-call environment: A vignette based study. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 36 (pp. 85). .

  • Agostini, P., Reeve, J. C., Cieslik, H., Rathinam, S., Naidu, B., Rajesh, P., & Singh, S. (2008). Risk factors for postoperative pulmonary complications following thoracic surgery. In Thorax Vol. 63 (pp. 12). .

  • Reeve, J. C., Nicol, K., & Denehy, L. (2007). An audit of current physiotherapy management and patient outcomes in one thoracic surgical unit. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 54 (pp. s4). Queensland.

  • Reeve, J. C., Davis, N., Freeman, J., & O'Donoghue, B. (2007). The use of normal saline instillation in the intensive care unit by physiotherapists: a review of practice in New Zealand. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 54 (pp. s13). Queensland.

  • Reeve, J. C. (2006). The physiotherapy management of patients undergoing thoracic surgery: A survey of current practice in Australia and New Zealand. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 34. New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J. C., Denehy, L., & Stiller, K. (2006). The physiotherapy management of patients undergoing thoracic surgery. A survey of current practice in Australia and New Zealand. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 52 (pp. S24-S25). .

  • Reeve, J. C. (2005). The use of an online learning programme in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy. In Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Education Forum. Australia.

  • Reeve, J. (2005). Physiotherapy following major surgery. What is the evidence, what is the practice?. In Southern Symposium 2005. New Zealand: Otago Branch, New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists.

  • Reeve, J. (2003). A survey of physiotherapy emergency on-call services in New Zealand. In Australian Physiotherapy Association 8th National Cardiothoracic Group Conference. : Australian Physiotherapy Association.

  • Reeve, J. (2003). A survey of physiotherapy emergency on-call services in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the Southern Physiotherapy Symposium II (pp. 18). Queenstown: New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists.

  • Reeve, J., & Ewan, S. (2002). The use of evidence based practice in the physiotherapy management of the uncomplicated coronary artery bypass graft patient (CABG) in the United Kingdom. In New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists Biennal Conference Vol. 30. Rotorua.

  • Reeve, J., & Ewan, S. (2001). The use of evidence-based practice in the physiotherapy management of the uncomplicated coronary artery bypass graft patient in the United Kingdom. In Australian Physiotherapy Association 7th National Cardiothoracic Special Group Conference. Adelaide.

  • Reeve, J. C., & Ewan, S. (2001). The use of evidence-based practice in the physiotherapy management of the uncomplicated coronary artery bypass graft patient in the United Kingdom. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 47 (pp. 269). South Australia.

Theses

  • Reeve, J. C. (2010). The physiotherapy management of the patient undergoing thoracic surgery. (University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia). Retrieved from http://dtl.unimelb.edu.au/

  • Reeve, J. (2000). The physiotherapy management of the uncomplicated CABG patient. A survey of current practice throughout the UK. (Sheffield , UK).

Other outputs

  • Reeve, J. (2018). Back to the future: Re-initiating preoperative physiotherapy provision. In Physiomatters (pp. 28). Physiotherapy New Zealand.

  • Reeve, J. C., Stiller, K., Denehy, L., & McPherson, K. M. (2011). Reply to Agostini et al.. In European Journal of Cardio-thoracic Surgery (Iss. 4). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/

  • Reeve, J. C., Stiller, K., Denehy, L., & McPherson, K. M. (2010). Reply to Cusumanao et al. In European Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery. doi:10.1016/j.ejcts.2010.03.034

  • Reeve, J. (2009). Instillation of normal saline before suctioning reduces the incidence of pneumonia in intubated and ventilated adults. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy.

  • Reeve, J. C. (2009). Instillation of normal saline before suctioning reduces incidence of pneumonia in intubated and ventilated adults - commentary. In Australian Journal of Physiotherapy (Iss. 2).

  • Reeve, J. (2008). Book Reviews. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy (Iss. 1).

  • Reeve, J. (2008). On the ball with emergency on-call?. In International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (Iss. 5). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Reeve, J. C. (2003). Competance in on-call physiotherapy part one: designing a framework - commentary. In International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (Iss. 7). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

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