ResPTlab research making waves
Publishing and research impact
A recent ResPTlab systematic review and meta analysis has attracted significant attention from journals, healthcare policy makers and media outlets in the UK and the USA The review, recently published in the journal Chest in July 2019, was led by Carla Gordon and Dr. Christian Osadnik and examined the effect of pulmonary rehabilitation on symptoms…
Award winning ResPTlab research
Browse some of the useful weblinks and resources related to research impact and publishing, provided via Monash University (Australia) here: https://guides.lib.monash.edu/research-impact-publishing. Covers topics such as: Finding article metrics Finding the standings of journals Find my h-index Who is citing my work? Know which journals are highly ranked in my field Develop a publishing strategy Altmetrics…
ResPTlab website officially launches!
Congratulations to all involved in our research into the impact of frailty during acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A great team effort and rewarding to see it recognised with the prize of ‘Best Physiotherapy Poster’ at the recent Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting in Gold Coast 2019. Link…
ResPTlab in the news!
Welcome to the website of the ResPTlab!! Officially launched late in 2018, this move towards an online public presence aims to increase the visibility of the lab’s work and promote new collaborative clinical research amongst like-minded colleagues across Australia and the world.
Dr. Christian Osadnik (ResPTlab Director) recently featured on the Cochrane Collaboration (international) website in recognition of his recent Early Career Publication prize. Full details of the award and link to the Cochrane review update here: https://www.cochrane.org/news/dr-christian-osadnik-wins-monash-university-2018-faculty-early-career-research-prize-cochrane