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Dr. Cuisle Forde

Assistant Professor (Physiotherapy)
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Dr Cuisle Forde is an Assistant Professor in the Discipline of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin. She graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2008. Having been awarded a Trinity scholarship during her undergraduate career, and an Irish Research Council scholarship to carry out a PhD, she began work on her doctoral thesis the following autumn, which she completed in 2012. During her doctoral studies, Cuisle worked with children who have cystic fibrosis and those attending weight management clinics, she completed a Diploma in Statistics and was also involved in research projects investigating arterial stiffness and physical activity in adults. After spending some time working clinically and lecturing in critical thinking in Kosovo, Cuisle returned to Dublin in September 2013 to begin a postdoctoral research fellowship in the Discipline of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin. With an interest in technology and innovative teaching methods, Cuisle helped develop the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Exercise and is now coordinator for this course. Her latest publications relate to the benefits of exercise for patient populations with chronic communicable diseases such as those living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C.
  Computer & Video Games   Exercise   Exercise Medicine   Exercise physiology   EXERCISE TEST   EXERCISE TESTING   HEPATITIS C   HIV   HIV DISEASE   HIV in Ireland   HOME-BASED EXERCISE   HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV)   MAXIMAL EXERCISE   PAEDIATRICS   PHYSICAL ACTIVITY   PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS   PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY   RESISTANCE EXERCISE
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Dr Forde is a committee member of the Chartered Physiotherapists in Paediatrics group of the Irish Society of Physiotherapists.
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Member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ID 10725) 2008 2019
Member of the Chartered Physiotherapists in Paediatrics Clinical Interest Group 2015 2019
Certified and Registered as a Physiotherapist with CORU (PT039841) 2019 2019
Gallagher, S; Forde C., Listening to the online learner - student experiences in a 27-week postgraduate online course in exercise prescription, Online Learning Journal, 2020, Notes: [This paper was accepted in November 2019, as such exact pages and other details are yet to be confirmed], Journal Article, ACCEPTED
C Forde, M Johnston, C Haberlin, P Breen, S Greenan, C Gissane, T Comyns, V Maher, J Gormley., "Low Dose Resistance Exercise - Difference in indices of Central Arterial Stiffness Between Intensities." , High Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Prevention, 2020, Journal Article, SUBMITTED
Philip O'Gorman, Damien Ferguson, Orla Strahan, Ann Monaghan, Megan Kennedy, Colm Bergin, Susan Mckiernan, Robert Coen, Colin Doherty, Cuisle Forde, John Gormley, Suzanne Norris, Improvement in cognitive impairment following 12 weeks of aerobic exercise in individuals with non-cirrhotic, chronic hepatitis C, Journal of Hepatology, 2019, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
O'Brien KK, Bergin C, Solomon P, O'Dea S, Forde C, Vajravelu S, Cross-Cultural Application of the Episodic Disability Framework for Adults Living with HIV in Ireland: A Qualitative Study. , Disability and Rehabilitation, 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Guinan EM, Forde C, O'Neill L, Gannon J, Doyle SL, Valkenet K, Trappenburg JCA, van Hillegersberg R, Ravi N, Hussey JM, Reynolds JV., Effect of preoperative inspiratory muscle training on physical functioning following esophagectomy., Diseases of the esophagus , 2019, Notes: [PMID: 30295721 PMCID: PMC6361819], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL  Other  Other
Waugh A, Crumlish N, Kelleher E, Forde C, Broderick J, A feasibility study of a physiotherapy-led motivational programme to increase physical activity and improve cardiometabolic risk in people with major mental illness., General Hospital Psychiatry , 2018, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Monaghan AM, Forde C, Norris S, Gormley J, Aerobic exercise and physical activity interventions in the management of hepatic manifestations of chronic hepatitis C; a systematic review. , Journal of Heptology, EASL The international Liver Conference, Amsterdan, 19-23 April 2017, 1, Elseiver, 2017, ppS269-, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Forde C, Loy A, O'Dea S, Mulcahy F, Gormley J, Daly C., Physical Activity is Associated with Metabolic Health in Men Living with HIV., AIDS and behavior, 2017, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Jill Burns, Cuisle Forde, Sara Dockrell, Energy expenditure of standing compared to sitting while conducting office tasks, Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, July 17, 2017, Notes: [https://doi.org/10.1177/0018720817719167], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
McDermott A, Zaporojan L, McNamara P, Doherty C.P, Redmond J, Forde C, Gormley J, Egaña M, Bergin C, The effects of a 16-week aerobic exercise programme on cognitive function in people living with HIV, AIDS Care , 29, (6), 2017, p. 667-674 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
  

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Cuisle Forde, Diversification of roles within established Clinical Research Facilities, UK Clinical Research Facilities Network 10th Annual Conference, Sheffield , 2014, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
O'Donovan C, Response to: Video games: increasing activity in sedentary individuals, Physiotherapy, 2013, Notes: [This is a response / commentary rather than a piece of original research.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED
O'Donovan C, Hirsch E, Holohan E, McBride I, McManus R, Hussey J., To study the effects of human versus computer opponents on energy expenditure playing active video games., Trinity Medical Student Research Poster Symposium, Trinity College Dublin, 2011, Poster, PUBLISHED
Brazil J, Donaghy J, McCullough R, Swift C, Varini R, O'Donovan C, Mahmud A, Hussey J. , Acute Cardiovascular Response to Active and Sedentary and Computer Games, Trinity Medical Student Research Poster Symposium Conference Proceedings , Trinity College Dublin, 2010, Poster, PRESENTED
O'Donovan C, McGowan M, Gormley , Between subject and within subject variability in energy expenditure, Trinity School of Medicine Postgraduate Research Day Conference Proceedings, 2008, Poster, PRESENTED
O'Donovan C, McGowan M, Gormley J. , Determination of the relationship between body composition and energy expenditure at three exercise intensities, Trinity School of Medicine Postgraduate Research Day Conference Proceedings, 2008, Poster, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
Trinity Foundation Scholarship 2006
Irish Research Council for Science Engineering and Technology Postgraduate Fellowship 2008
Best oral presentation at Trinity School of Medicine Postgraduate Research Day 2010
Highly commended for Hans Strober Award - Pediatric Work Physiology Conference 2011
Trinity College Dublin Dean of Students' Roll of Honour 2012
Gaisce The President's Gold Award 2014