1. Perry J, Eagles D, Clement CM, Brehaut J, Kelly AM, Mason S, Kellermann A, Stiell IG. International Survey of Emergency Physicians' Current Practice for Acute Headache and the Need for a Clinical Decision Rule. CJEM. 2009;11:516-522.  Survey headache_CJEM.pdf
  2. Kelly AM, Walcynski T, Gunn B. The Relative Efficacy Of Phenothiazines For The Treatment Of Acute Migraine: A Meta-analysis.  Headache 2009;49:1324-32.migraine phenothiazines meta_Headache.pdf
  3. Kelly AM, Kerr D, Clooney M. Impact of Oral Dexamethasone Versus Placebo After ED Treatment Of Migraine With Phenothiazines On The Rate Of Recurrent Headache: A Randomised Controlled Trial. Emerg Med J 2008; 25:26-9.oral dexa RCT_EMJ.pdf
  4. Kelly AM. Propofol for Migraine – Just Because We Can, Should We? – Emergency Medicine Australasia 2020; 32:540-1. (Editorial)
  5. Lim BL, Kelly AM. Are butyrophenones effective for the treatment of primary headache in the emergency department? Can J Emerg Med  2011;13:96-104.
  6. Kelly AM. Migraine: Therapeutics in the emergency department.  Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine 2000; 17:241-5. (Review)Migraine_emj.pdf
  7. Kelly AM, Knott J, Bennetts S, Huckson S.  Treatment of migraine in Australasian emergency departments.   Emerg Med Australas. 2009;21:333-4. (Letter)      NICS migraine_LTTE_EMA.pdf