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8.         Rankin G, Rushton AB, Olver P, Moore AP. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy's identification of national research priorities for physiotherapy using a modified Delphi technique. Physiotherapy. 2012;98(3):260-272.

9.         Rushton AB, Moore AP. International identification of research priorities for postgraduate theses in musculoskeletal physiotherapy using a modified Delphi technique. Manual therapy. 2010;15(2):142-148.

10.       Rushton AB, Fawkes CA, Carnes D, Moore AP.  A modified Delphi consensus study to identify UK osteopathic profession research priorities. Manual therapy. 2014;19(5):445-452.

11.       Cohen MZ, Harle M, Woll AM, Despa S, Munsell MF, (editors). Delphi survey of nursing research priorities. Oncology nursing forum; 2004;31(5):1011-1018

12.       Ota S, Cron RQ, Schanberg LE, O'Neil K, Mellins ED, Fuhlbrigge RC, Feldman BM.. Research priorities in pediatric rheumatology: the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA) consensus. Pediatric Rheumatology Online Journal. 2008;6:5 (Available at:


13.       Nathens AB, Cook CH, Machiedo G, Moore EE, Namias N, Nwariaku F. Defining the research agenda for surgical infection: a consensus of experts using the Delphi approach. Surgical Infections. 2006;7(2):101-110.

14.       Marshall AP, Currey J, Aitken LM, Elliott D. Key stakeholders’ expectations of educational outcomes from Australian critical care nursing courses: A Delphi study. Australian Critical Care. 2007;20(3):89-99.

15.       Marshall AP. Research priorities for Australian critical care nurses: do we need them? Australian Critical Care. 2004;17(4):142-50.

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