Publications

2020

Bladin, C. F., Kim, J., Bagot, K.L., Vu, M., Moloczij, N., Denisenko, S., Price, C., Pompeani, N., Arthurson, L., Hair, C., Rabl, J., O’Shea, M., Groot, P., Bolitho, L., Campbell, B., Dewey, H. M., Donnan, G. A. & Cadilhac, D. A. (2020). Improving Acute Stroke Care in Regional Hospitals: Clinical Evaluation of the Victorian Stroke Telemedicine Program. Medical Journal of Australia, 2020; 10.5694/mja2.50570. Pubmed

2019

Bagot, K.L., Moloczij, N., Arthurson, L., Hair, C., Hancock, S., Bladin, C.F. & Cadilhac, D.A. (2019). Nurses’ Role in Implementing and Sustaining Acute Telemedicine: A Mixed-Methods, Pre-Post Design Using an Extended Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 2019; 0:0, 1-13. Pubmed

2018

Bagot, K.L., Moloczij, N., Moss, K.M., Vu, M, Bladin, C.F. & Cadilhac, D.A. on behalf of the VST Program investigators. (2018). Sustainable implementation of innovative, technology-based health care practices: a longitudinal, qualitative case study from stroke telemedicine. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 1-13. Pubmed

2017

Kathleen L Bagot, Dominique A Cadilhac, Christopher F Bladin, Caroline L Watkins, Michelle Vu, Geoffrey A Donnan G, Helen M Dewey, Hedley CA Emsley, D Paul Davies, Elaine Day, Gary A Ford, Christopher I Price, Carl R May, Alison SR McLoughlin, Josephine ME Gibson, Catherine E Lightbody on behalf of the VST and ASTUTE investigators. (2017). Integrating acute stroke telemedicine consultations into specialists’ usual practice: Comparing the experience of Australia and the United Kingdom. BMC Health Services Research 2017, 17(751):1-8. Pubmed

Bagot KL, Cadilhac DA, Vu M, Kim J, Savage M, Bolitho L, Howlett G, Rabl J, Dewey H, Hand P, Denisenko S, Donnan GA, Bladin CF. (2017) Transitioning from a single-site project to a state-wide regional telehealth service: the experience from the Victorian Stroke Telemedicine program. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 23(10):850-855. Pubmed

2016

Bagot K, Bladin CF, Vu M, Kim J, Hand PJ, Campbell B, Walker A, Donnan, GA, Dewey, HM, & Cadilhac, DA. (2016). Exploring the benefits of a stroke telemedicine programme: An organisational and societal perspective. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 22(8):489-494. Pubmed

2015

Bagot, K.L., Cadilhac, D.A. Vu, M., Moss, K., & Bladin, C.F. (2015). Telemedicine in the acute health setting: unintended consequences for specialists of a disruptive innovation (an example from stroke). Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 21(8):443-448. Pubmed

Bladin, C.F., Molocijz, N., Ermel, S., Bagot, K.L., Kilkenny, M., Vu, M. & Cadilhac, D.A. (2015). Victorian Stroke Telemedicine Project: Implementation of a new model of translational stroke care for Australia. Internal Medicine Journal, 45(9), 951-956. Pubmed

Moloczij, N., Mosley, I., Moss, K., Bagot, K.L., Bladin, C.F., & Cadilhac, D.A. (2015). Is telemedicine helping or hindering the delivery of stroke thrombolysis in rural areas? A qualitative analysis. Internal Medicine Journal 2015; 45(9), 957-964. Pubmed

2014

Cadilhac DA, Vu M, Bladin C. Experience with scaling up the Victorian Stroke Telemedicine programme. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2014; 20(7):413-8. Pubmed

Bladin CF, Cadilhac DA. Effect of telestroke on emergent stroke care and stroke outcomes. Stroke 2014; 45(6):1876-80. Pubmed

Bladin C. Stroke thrombolysis: per ardua, ad astra. Internal Medicine Journal 2014; 44(2):111–113. Pubmed

Cadilhac DA, Moloczij N, Denisenko S, Dewey H, Disler P, Winzar B, Mosley I, Donnan GA, Bladin C. Establishment of an effective acute stroke telemedicine program for Australia: protocol for the Victorian Stroke Telemedicine project. International Journal of Stroke 2014; 9(2):252-8. Pubmed