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Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine

Publications

Our students, staff and alumni have been involved in a number of recent publications:

  • E Husain, R Metha, M Angioi and K Kryger. A systematic review of plantar pressure values obtained from male and female football and the test methodologies applied (2020). Footwear Science https://doi.org/10.1080/19424280.2020.1791977
  • G Pugh, P O’Halloran, L A Blakely, H Leaver and M Angioi: Integrating physical activity promotion into UK medical school curricula: Testing the feasibility of an educational tool developed by the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine. BMJ Open Sp Ex Med 2020;6:e000679. doi:10.1136/bmjsem-2019-000679
  • M Angioi, K Hodgson and K Kryger. An updated Systematic Review of Turnout Position Assessment Protocols used in Dance Medicine and Science Research (in press). J Dance Med Sci Volume 25, Number1, 2021
  • Tayfur A, Salles JI, Miller SC, Screen H, Morrissey D (2020). Patellar tendinopathy outcome predictors in jumping athletes: feasibility of measures for a cohort study. Physical Therapy in Sport vol. 44, 75 - 84. 10.1016/j.ptsp.2020.05.004
  • Tan XL, Pugh G, Humby F, Morrissey D (2019). Factors associated with physical activity engagement among adults with rheumatoid arthritis: A cross-sectional study. Musculoskeletal Care vol. 17 (2) 163 -173 .10.1002/msc.1385
  • Sancho I, Morrissey D, Willy RW, Barton C, Malliaras P (2019). Education and exercise supplemented by a pain-guided hopping intervention for male recreational runners with midportion Achilles tendinopathy: A single cohort feasibility study. PhysicalTherapy in Sport vol. 40, 107 – 11610.1016/j.ptsp.2019.08.007
  • Neal BS, Lack SD, Lankhorst NE, Raye A, Morrissey D, Van Middelkoop M ( 2019 ). Risk factors for patellofemoral pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine vol. 53,(5) 270 - 281
  • TZORTZIOU BROWN V, UNDERWOOD M, WESTWOOD O, MORRISSEY D (2019). Improving the management of musculoskeletal conditions: can an alternative approach to referral management underpinned by quality improvement and behavioural change theories offer a solution and a better patient experience? A mixed-methods study. BMJ Open10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024710

 

 

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