Peer reviewed journal articles

2016

Donaldson A, Lloyd D, Gabbe B, Cook J, Young W, White P, Finch CF. Scientific evidence is just the starting point: a generalisable process for developing sports injury prevention interventions. Journal of Sport and Health Science 2016;5(3):334-341. For more information view the paper

Finch CF, Donaldson A, Gabbe BG, Muhammed A, Wong Shee A, Lloyd DG, Cook JL. The evolution of multi-agency partnerships for safety over the course of research engagement―experiences from the NoGAPS project. Injury Prevention 2016;22:386-391. For more information view the paper.

Donaldson A, Lloyd D, Gabbe B, Cook J, Finch CF. We have the programme, what next? Planning the implementation of an injury prevention programme. Injury Prevention. Published Online First: 19 January 2016 doi:10.1136/injuryprev-2015-041737. For more information view the paper.

Ekegren CL, Gabbe B, Finch CF. Sports injury surveillance systems: A review of methods and data quality. Sports Medicine. 2016;46(1):49-65. For more information view the abstract.

2015

 Finch CF, Twomey DM, Fortington LV, et al. Preventing Australian football injuries with a targeted neuromuscular control exercise programme: comparative injury rates from a training intervention delivered in a clustered randomised controlled trial. Injury Prevention 2015 doi: 10.1136/injuryprev-2015-04166 published Online First: 23 September 2015 . This paper is based on the evaluation of the Preventing Australian Football Injuries through eXercise (PAFIX) program, the precursor to FootyFirst. For more information view the paper.

Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Young W, Finch CF. Bridging the gap between content and context: establishing expert consensus on an exercise training program to prevent lower limb injuries. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 2015;25(3):221–229. For more information view the paper.

Fortington L, Donaldson A, Lathlean T, Young W, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Finch CF. When “just doing it” is not enough—the development of an observational tool to assess quality of exercise performance by participants in neuromuscular injury prevention programs. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2015;(3):272–277. For more information view the abstract.

Ekegren CL, Gabbe BJ, Finch CF. Injury surveillance in community sport: Can we obtain valid data from sports trainers? Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. 2014. 25 (3):315–322.  For more information view the abstract

2014

Ekegren CL, Gabbe BJ, Donaldson A, Cook J, Lloyd DG, Finch CF. Injuries in community Australian football: results from a club-based injury surveillance system Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 18(6):651-655. For more information view the abstract.

Ekegren CL, Gabbe BJ, Finch CF. Medical-attention injuries in community Australian football: A review of 30 years of surveillance data from treatment sources Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014. 25(2):162-172. For more information view the abstract.

Ekegren C, Donaldson A, Gabbe BJ, Finch CF. Implementing injury surveillance systems alongside injury prevention programs: evaluation of an online surveillance system in a community setting. Injury Epidemiology. 2014;1:19. For more information view the paper.

Ekegren CL, Gabbe BJ, Finch CF. Injury reporting via SMS text messaging in community sport. Injury Prevention. 2014;20:266-271. For more information view the abstract.

2013

Andrew N, Gabbe BJ, Cook J, Lloyd DG, Donnelly CJ, Nash C, Finch CF. Could targeted exercise programmes prevent lower limb injury in community Australian football? Sports Medicine. 2013;43(8):751-63. For more information view the abstract.

Donaldson A, Finch CF. Applying implementation science to sports injury prevention. British Journal of Sports Medicine. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2013;47:8 473–475. For more information view an extract.

Finch CF, Gabbe B, White P, Lloyd D, Twomey D, Donaldson A, Elliott B, Cook J. Priorities for investment in injury prevention in community Australian football. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 2013;23(6)430–438. For more information view the abstract or read the blog.

2012

Donaldson A, Finch CF. Planning for implementation and translation: seek first to understand the end-users’ perspectives. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2012;46(5):306–307. For more information view an extract.

2011

Finch CF, Gabbe BJ, Lloyd DG, Cook J, Young W, Nicholson M, Seward H, Donaldson A, Doyle TLA Protocol paper: towards a national sports safety strategy – addressing facilitators and barriers towards safety guideline uptake (the NoGAPS project). Injury Prevention, 2011;17:e4. doi:10.1136/ip.2010.031385. For more information view the abstract.

2010

Finch CF, Donaldson A. A sports setting matrix for understanding the implementation context for community sport. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2010; 44:973-978. (This paper presents the evaluation framework planned for the study) For more information view the abstract.


BOOK CHAPTERS

Finch CF. Chapter 16: Implementing studies into real life. In: Sports Injury Research. Eds E Verhagen and W van Mechelen. Oxford University Press. 2009. pp. 213-235. (This chapter outlines the rationale for the study design used). For more information view detail about the book or send a request via the Contact Us page

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