About DR BRAID

REHABILITATION MEDICINE

    Dr Josephine Braid is an experienced Rehabilitation Physician managing a wide range of conditions requiring rehabilitation. She is committed to a high standard of care using using evidence based medicine and a patient-centred holistic approach.

    Jo graduated from medical school at the University of Nottingham, UK, in 2002, and completed her Fellowship in Rehabilitation Medicine in Sydney in 2009. This included in depth training in traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputee rehabilitation. She is a fellow of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine and a member of the Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand. From 2009 to 2012 she was a Consultant Rehabilitation Physician at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, the Mater Hospital, North Sydney and Westmead Private Hospital, Westmead.

    She is currently a Consultant Rehabilitation Physician at Bathurst Health Service for the Mid Western Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program as well as consulting from the Bloomfield Medical Centre in Orange.

    Hospital Appointments

    Bathurst Health Service

    Teaching Activities

    2010 Conjoint Lecturer
    Rural Clinical School
    University of New South Wales

    2012  Medical Student Examiner
    Notre Dame University

    2018 Prosthetic and Orthotic Practice OSCE Exam
    Wagga Wagga Hospital

    2019 Grand Rounds
    Bathurst Health Service

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    Publications

    Braid JJ, Kirker SGB, Baguley IJ.
    Spasticity increases during Pregabalin withdrawal.
    Brain Injury 27(1);120-124, 2013

    Tomkins CS, Williams HS, Braid JJ.
    Do dermatology outpatients value a copy of the letter sent to their general practitioner? In what way and at what cost?
    Clinical Experimental Dermatology 29(1):81-6, 2004

    Braid JJ, Wale MCJ.
    The antibacterial activity of triclosan-impregnated storage boxes against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus cereus and Shewanella putrefaciens in conditions simulating domestic use.
    J Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 49(1):87-94, 2002

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