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Researcher: Brickwood, K (Dr Katie-Jane Brickwood)

Fields of Research

Exercise physiology
Aged health care
Health and community services

Research Objectives

Allied health therapies (excl. mental health services)
Preventive medicine
Evaluation of health and support services
Clinical health
Other health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Assessment: what does technology add to practice
Can activity trackers help adults stay active?; Exercise Sport Science Australia ‘Research to Practice’
Challenges in recruiting clients for exercise and behaviour change interventions while waiting for joint replacement surgery; Research to Practice 2021
Considerations for recommending activity tracker use in older adults: A qualitative analysis; Research to Practice 2021
Consumer-Based Wearable Activity Trackers Increase Physical Activity Participation: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis; JMIR mHealth and uHealth
Effects of activity tracker use with health professional support or telephone counseling on maintenance of physical activity and health outcomes in older adults: Randomized controlled trial; JMIR mHealth and uHealth
Evaluating the influence of different modes of administration of a pre-exercise screening tool; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Evaluation of the Cardiochek Portable Whole Blood Analyser for Use in the Fitness Industry; Journal of Exercise Physiology - Online
Keeping older adults active: Are activity trackers effective?; Research to Practice 2021
Older adults’ experiences of using a wearable activity tracker with health professional feedback over a 12-month randomised controlled trial; Digital Health
The cost of delivering an Accredited Exercise Physiologist led activity trackerbased intervention; Research to Practice 2021
The effect of ongoing feedback on physical activity levels following an exercise intervention in older adults: a randomised controlled trial protocol; BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation
The effect of ongoing Feedback ophyscial activity levels following an Exercise intervention: preliminary data; Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) – Research to Practice 2016
Use of Commercial Physical Activity Monitors and Remote Feedback on Maintenance of Physical Activity Levels Following an Exercise Intervention

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision