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Dr. Emer Guinan

Assistant Professor (School Office - Medicine)
TRINITY CENTRE, S J H


  Ageing, memory and other cognitive processes   Breast cancer   Cardiac rehabilitation   Inflammation and coagulation syndromes   Oesophageal cancer   Prostate cancer   Public health
 Preoperative inspiratory muscle training to prevent postoperative pulmonary complications in patients undergoing esophageal resection (the PREPARE study)
 Rehabilitative Strategies Following Oesophageal Cancer (ReStOre trial)
 Knowledge Exchange and Dissemination: Community Exercise
 Rehabilitation Strategies following Oesophagogastric and Hepatopancreaticobiliary Cancer
 Preoperative Exercise to Improve Fitness in Patients Undergoing Complex Surgery for Cancer of the Lung or Oesophagus

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Details Date From Date To
Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) July 2009 present
CORU Physiotherapy Registration Board 2019 Present
Devenney KE, Guinan EM, Kelly ÁM, Mota BC, Walsh C, Rikkert MO, Scneider S, Lalor B., Acute high-intensity aerobic exercise affects brain-derived neurotrophic factor in mild cognitive impairment: a randomised controlled study, BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, 5, 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Guinan, E.M., Bennett, A.E., Doyle, S.L., O'Neill, L, Gannon, J., Foley, G., Elliott, J.A., O'Sullivan, J., Reynolds, J.V., & Hussey, J., Measuring the impact of oesophagectomy on physical functioning and physical activity participation: a prospective study, BMC Cancer, 19, 2019, p682 - 692, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Guinan, E.M., Doyle, S.L., Bennett, A.E., O'Neill, L, Gannon, J., Elliott, J.A., O'Sullivan, J., Reynolds, J.V., & Hussey, J., Sarcopenia during neoadjuvant therapy for oesophageal cancer: characterising the impact on muscle strength and physical performance, Supportive Care in Cancer, 26, (5), 2018, p1569 - 1576, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Sheill. G., Guinan, E.M., O'Neill L, Hevey, D., Hussey, J. , Physical Activity and Advanced Cancer: The views of Chartered Physiotherapists in Ireland. , Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 3, 2018, p1 - 8, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Bennett, A.E., O'Neill, L., Connolly, D., Guinan, E.M., Boland, L., Doyle, S.L., O'Sullivan, J., Reynolds, J.V., & Hussey, J., Patient experiences of a physiotherapy-led multidisciplinary rehabilitative intervention after successful treatment for oesophago-gastric cancer, Supportive Care in Cancer, 26, (8), 2018, p2615 - 2623, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
O'Neill, L.M., Guinan, E., Doyle, S.L., Bennett, A.E., Murphy, C., Elliott, J.A., O'Sullivan, J., Reynolds, J.V., Hussey, J., The RESTORE Randomized Controlled Trial: Impact of a multidisciplinary rehabilitative program on cardiorespiratory fitness in esophagogastric cancer survivorship, Annals of Surgery, 268, (5), 2018, p747 - 755, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
O'Neill, L. and Moran, J. and Guinan, E.M. and Reynolds, J.V. and Hussey, J., Physical decline and its implications in the management of oesophageal and gastric cancer: a systematic review, Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 12, (4), 2018, p601-618 , Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
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 Oesphagus, 2018, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Guinan, E.M., Dowds, J., Donohoe, C., Reynolds, J.V., Hussey, J., The physiotherapist and the esophageal cancer patient: From prehabilitation to rehabilitation, Diseases of the Esophagus, 30, (1), 2017, p1-12 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
O'Neill L, Gannon J, Guinan E, Reynolds JV, Hussey J. , Multidisciplinary rehabilitation across the esophageal cancer journey, Journal of Thoracic Diseases, 9, (12), 2017, pE1140 - E1142, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
  

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Promoting Leadership Skills Through Interprofessional Education in, editor(s)Morison S , Leadership: Perception, Influences and Gender Differences, NOVA science publishers, 2017, [Guinan E.M. and McGowen E.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
Ireland-Northern Ireland - National Cancer Institute Cancer Consortium / Health Research Board Scholarship to attend National Cancer Institute Summer School in Cancer Prevention July 2014
Research bursary (€200) to support PhD activities Chartered Physiotherapists in Oncology and Palliative Care 2012
Dr Emer Guinan is an Assistant Professor in the School of Medicine with responsibility for the Interprofessional Learning programme for the Faculty of Health Sciences. Her main research interest is in the role of exercise and physical activity in ameliorating treatment side effects and optimising survivorship for patients with cancer. Her work considers both the therapeutic and the physiological impact of exercise programmes. She has a particular interest in the role of exercise for patients with complex cancer presentations including patients with cancer of the gastrointestinal tract and those with advanced disease.