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   Tarikh kemaskini : 05-12-2017
dr. katijjahbe binti mohd. ali

pegawai pemulihan perubatan u48

jab perkhidmatan pemulihan perubatan, hukm

No. sambungan :  4866

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :
  • Dr Katijjahbe is a senior principal physiotherapist leading the Cardiorespiratory Stream at Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz and an Honorary Clinical Associate at Swinburne University of Technology (SUT). Katijjahbe completed her PhD at The University of Melbourne in the area of cardiac surgery. She investigated the clinimetric properties of outcome measures evaluating functional recovery and a randomized controlled trial investigating the effect of a modified program of sternal precautions that promotes upper limb exercise to facilitate recovery. Katijjahbe has featured in an international collaborative webcast on the EACTS and CTSNet websites; assisted in updating outcome measures on HeartOnline, a platform for health professionals and contributed to an invited review paper in Physical Therapy (2019). Katijjahbe Md Ali has over 25 years of clinical experience with expertise in both cardiorespiratory and neurological Physiotherapy and published papers in both areas.

  • mohd ali katijjahbe, linda denehy, catherine l granger, alistair royse, colin royse, sarah logie, tamica sturgess, nur ayub md ali, margaret mcmanus, clarke-errey sandy and doa el-ansary.  (2020).  psychometric evaluation of the shortened version of the functional difficulties questionnaire to assess thoracic physical function.  - clinical rehabilitation.  132-140. 

     

    rosy walters, janice m collier, lillian braighi carvalho, peter langhorne, md ali katijjahbe, dawn tan, marj moodie, julie bernhardt avert trialists collaboration.  (2020).  exploring post acute rehabilitation service use and outcomes for working age stroke survivors (65 years) in australia, uk and south east asia: data from the international avert trial.  - bmj open.  1-10. 

     

    doa el-ansary,tanya kinney lapier, jenny adams, richard gach, susan triano, md ali katijjahbe, andrew hirschhorn, sean mungovan, ana lotshaw, lawrence p. cahalin.  (2019).  an evidence-based perspective on movement and activity following median sternotomy.  - physical therapy.  1587-1601. 

     

    julie bernhardt, leonid churilov, peter langhorne, jayaraj pandian, helen dewey, velandai srikanth, coralie english, marj moodie, sandy middleton, amada thrift, anna mcrae, bent indredavik, dawn tan, julie luker, katijjahbe md ali, richard lindley, ste.  (2019).  ongoing trial: determining optimal early rehabilitation after stroke (avert dose)..  - international journal of stroke.  13. 

     

    ley j, el-ansary d, katijjahbe ma, adams j, triano s, gach r..  (2019).  goodbye sternal precautions, hello move in the tube?.  - ctsnet. 

     

    rosy walters, janice m collier, lillian braighi carvalho, peter langhorne, md ali katijjahbe, dawn tan, marj moodie, julie bernhardt avert trialists collaboration.  (2020).  exploring post acute rehabilitation service use and outcomes for working age stroke survivors (65 years) in australia, uk and south east asia: data from the international avert trial.  - bmj open.  1-10. 

     

    mohd ali katijjahbe, linda denehy, catherine l granger, alistair royse, colin royse, sarah logie, tamica sturgess, nur ayub md ali, margaret mcmanus, clarke-errey sandy and doa el-ansary.  (2020).  psychometric evaluation of the shortened version of the functional difficulties questionnaire to assess thoracic physical function.  - clinical rehabilitation.  132-140. 

     

    julie bernhardt, leonid churilov, peter langhorne, jayaraj pandian, helen dewey, velandai srikanth, coralie english, marj moodie, sandy middleton, amada thrift, anna mcrae, bent indredavik, dawn tan, julie luker, katijjahbe md ali, richard lindley, ste.  (2019).  ongoing trial: determining optimal early rehabilitation after stroke (avert dose)..  - international journal of stroke.  13. 

     

    doa el-ansary,tanya kinney lapier, jenny adams, richard gach, susan triano, md ali katijjahbe, andrew hirschhorn, sean mungovan, ana lotshaw, lawrence p. cahalin.  (2019).  an evidence-based perspective on movement and activity following median sternotomy.  - physical therapy.  1587-1601. 

     

    md ali katijjahbe, catherine l grangera, linda denehya, alistair royse, colin royse, rebecca bates, sarah logie, md ali nur ayub, sandy clarke, doa el-ansary.  (2018).  standard restrictive sternal precautions and modified sternal precautions had similar effects in people after cardiac surgery via median sternotomy (smart trial): a randomised trial.  - journal of physiotherapy. 

     

    j. bernhardt , l. churilov , p. langhorne, j. pandian , h. dewey , v. shrikanth , c. english , m. moodie , s. middleton , a. thrift, a. mcrae, b. indredavik, d. tan, j. luker, katijjahbe md ali, r. lindley, s. davis, v. thijs , g. donnan.  (2019).  ongoing trial update 2019: determining optimal early rehabilitation after stroke (avert dose).  - european stroke journal.  816. 

     

    katijjahbe md ali, linda denehy, catherine granger, alistair royse, colin royse, sarah logie, tamica sturgess, margaret mcmanus, nur ayub mohd ali, sandy clarke, doa el-ansary.  (2018).  the functional disability questionnaire: evaluation of the psychometric properties of a new tool for measuring physical function following cardiac surgery.  - heart lung and circulation. 

     

    katijjahbe md ali, catherine granger, linda denehy, alistair royse, colin royse, rebecca bates, sarah logie, nur ayub mohd ali, sandy clarke and doa el-ansary.  (2018).  the sternal management accelerated recovery trial (smart): standard restrictive versus an intervention of modified sternal precautions following cardiac surgery via a median sternotomy: a randomised c.  - heart lung and circulation. 

     

    md ali katijjahbe, linda denehy, catherine l. granger, alistair royse, colin royse, rebecca bates, sarah logie, sandy clarke and doa el-ansary.  (2017).  the sternal management accelerated recovery trial (s.m.a.r.t) - standard restrictive versus an intervention of modified sternal precautions following cardiac surgery via median sternotomy: study proto.  - trials. 

     

    ley j, el-ansary d, katijjahbe ma, adams j, triano s, gach r..  (2019).  goodbye sternal precautions, hello move in the tube?.  - ctsnet. 

     

    katijjahbe md ali.  (2018).  keep your move in the tube after heart surgery: evidence, translation and implementation of a paradigm shift towards physical activity for enhanced recovery.  - eacts daily news. 

     

    julie bernhardt, leonid churilov, , peter langhorne, jeyaraj pandian, helen dewey, velandai srikanth, coralie english, marjorie moodie, sandy middleton, amanda thrift, anna mcrae, bent indredavik, dawn tan, julie luker, katijjahbe mohd ali, richard lindle.  (2018).  determing optimal early rehabilitation after stroke (avert-dose): a multi-arm covariate-adjusted, response-adaptive randomised controlled trial.  - 17th aomc annual scientific meeting & 28th msn annual scientific meeeting.  31.