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DR Kim Miller

Positions

  • Outcome measurement and rehabilitation in stroke, Parkinson's disease (Upper limb, sensation assessment, dexterity assessment)

Overview

Affiliation

Member of

  • Australian Board of Physiotherapists. Registered Physiotherapist 1999 -
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association. Member of Neurological and Paediatric Physiotherapy Special Groups within the APA 1999 -

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Investigator on

Additional Grant Information

  • 2008

    Melbourne Research Grants Scheme 
    MP Galea and KJ Miller
    Project: Workstation for independent practice of arm movements following stroke.

    Physiotherapy Research Foundation 
    KJ Miller, AE Bialocerkowski, CL Martin, MP Galea
    Project: A clinical test of hand sensation in children – test-retest reliability and normative values for texture discrimination

    2007

    Melbourne Research Grants Scheme 
    MP Galea and KJ Miller
    Project: Intensive task-oriented upper limb training for stroke survivors with severe arm and hand involvement.

    2006

    Victorian Small Technology Cluster Equipment Grant 
    MP Galea and KJ Miller
    Project: Manufacture of a durable AsTexTM prototype

    2000

    L.E.W. Carty Charitable Fund 
    MP Galea and KJ Miller
    Project: Retraining of arm function after stroke: a randomized controlled trial


    Physiotherapy Research Foundation Grant
    KJ Miller
    Project: Standardised measures of manual dexterity, sensory discrimination and motor recovery in stroke survivors: test-retest reliability and construct validity


    1999

    Melbourne Career Establishment Grant 
    KJ Miller
    Project: Efficacy of task-related training for upper limb function following stroke

    School of Physiotherapy Research Initiative Grant 
    KJ Miller
    Project: Efficacy of task-related training for upper limb function following stroke

       

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2008
  • MSc (PT), University of Western Ontario 1993
  • BSc (PT), Queen's University at Kingston 1988

Awards and honors

  • For the AsTex~: a clinical device for measuring hand sensation, Episode 24 Winner of "The New Inventors" television show on ABC1, 2008
  • Australian Postgraduate Award, 2002
  • Melbourne Research Scholarship, 2000
  • awarded to "an outstanding woman entering postgraduate study ", Helen M. Shutt Scholarship, 2000

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Supervision

Available for supervision

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