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Chipchase, L., Williams, M. T. and Robertson, V. J. (2009) A national study of the availability and use of electrophysical agents by Australian physiotherapists. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 25 4: 279-296. doi:10.1080/09593980902782611 55   Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Chipchase, L. S. and Williams, M. T. (2007) A report including recommendations and options for developing an attractive, viable and sustainable accredited entry level physiotherapy program at Charles Darwin University (CDU) in the Northern Territory Darwin, NT, Australia: Charles Darwin University 41  
Chipchase, L. S., Williams, M. T. and Robertson, V. J. (2005) A survey of electrophysical agents curricula in entry level physiotherapy programs in Australia and New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 33 2: 34-47. 68  
Shaw, T., Williams, M. T. and Chipchase, L. S. (2005) Do early quadriceps exercises affect the outcome of ACL reconstruction? A randomised controlled trial.. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 51 1: 9-17. 147   25 Cited 30 times in Scopus30
Chipchase, L. S., Williams, M. T. and Robertson, V. (2005). Factors affecting choice of curricula content in entry level physiotherapy programs. In: Proceedings of the ANZAME Conference: Mind the Gap. ANZAME Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, (). 29 June – 2 July, 2005. 30  
Chipchase, L.S., Williams, M. T. and Robertson, V.J. (2010) Generic attributes in physiotherapy education. Focus on Health Professional Education, 12 1: 74-85. 106  
Chipchase, L. S., Williams, M. T. and Robertson, V. J. (2008) Preparedness of new graduate Australian physiotherapists in the use of electrophysical agents. Physiotherapy, 94 4: 274-280. doi:10.1016/j.physio.2008.09.003 44   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0