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Researcher: Visentin, DC (Dr Denis Visentin)

Research Fields

Plasma Physics; Fusion Plasmas; Electrical Discharges
Biomechanics
Preventive Medicine
Public Health and Health Services
Computer-Human Interaction
Exercise Physiology
Rehabilitation and Therapy (excl. Physiotherapy)
Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy
Engineering
Aged Health Care
Health and Community Services
Decision Support and Group Support Systems

Research Impact

Nuclear Energy
Women's Health
Crime Prevention
Health
Health Related to Ageing
Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)
Teacher and Instructor Development
Health Education and Promotion
Education and Training Systems
Skeletal System and Disorders (incl. Arthritis)
Renewable Energy
Preventive Medicine
Expanding Knowledge in Technology
Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences

Career Best Publications

Achieving a steady state field-reversed configuration by means of two counter-rotating magnetic fields; Australian Institute of Physics National Congress
Control of the motion of the ions in rotating magnetic field current drive: 2. Transient analysis; Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Ghostman: Augmented reality application for telerehabilitation and remote instruction of a novel motor skill; BioMed Research International
Ion motion control in RMF current drive by means of a frequency modulated counter-RMF; Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
The effect of yoga on women with secondary arm lymphoedema from breast cancer treatment; BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
The effects of yoga on shoulder and spinal actions for women with breast cancer-related lymphoedema of the arm: A randomised controlled pilot study; BMC complementary and alternative medicine

Research Publications

A comparative EMG study of trunk musculature using exercise equipment; ABC7
A kinematic and kinetic case study of a netball shoulder pass; International Journal of Exercise Science
Achieving a steady state field-reversed configuration by means of two counter-rotating magnetic fields; Australian Institute of Physics National Congress
Biomechanics report #1
CCU Biomechanics Report #2
Clinical Pilates for engaging the ageing; Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) Conference 2010 Research to Practice - Science and Nutrition in Exercise & Sport
Control of Ion Motion in RMF Current Drive
Control of the motion of the ions in rotating magnetic field current drive: 2. Transient analysis; Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Enhancing Critical Thinking Skills in First Year Engineering Students; Engineering Education Conference
Ghostman: Augmented reality application for telerehabilitation and remote instruction of a novel motor skill; BioMed Research International
Implementing and evaluating online criterion referenced assessment in biomechanics; ANZAME09 Bridging Professional Islands
Ion motion control in RMF current drive by means of a frequency modulated counter-RMF; Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Maintaining an FRC by two counter-rotating magnetic fields; 16th National Congress 2005, Australian Insitute of Physics
The development and impact of heterotopic ossification in burns: a review of four decades of research; Scars, Burns & Healing
The effect of yoga on women with secondary arm lymphoedema from breast cancer treatment; BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
The effects of clinical Pilates on markers of metabolic, cardiovascular and psychological health; Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) Conference 2010 Research to Practice-Science and Nutrition in Exercise & Sport
The effects of yoga on shoulder and spinal actions for women with breast cancer-related lymphoedema of the arm: A randomised controlled pilot study; BMC complementary and alternative medicine

Research Projects

Manual handling in child care: an investigation of spinal joint laxity, work and lower back disorder in pregnant women; Clifford Craig Foundation (CCFoundation)

Research Candidate Supervision

Manual Handling in Child Care Work- An Investigation of Spinal Joint Laxity, Work and Lower Back Disorder in Women