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Professor Juliette Hussey

Vice President Global Relations (TCD Global)

Professor (Physiotherapy)

Juliette Hussey has been the acting Head of the School of Physiotherapy, University of Dublin, Trinity College since October 2003 and a senior lecturer since 2006. Her PhD investigated the area of activity levels in children and how activity levels impact on risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Previous research work has focused on the physiotherapy management of children with respiratory disorders. She has supervised 12 post graduate students to completion in the area of exercise in the prevention and treatment of disease and is currently supervising 6 postgraduate students In 2001/ 2002 she set up an MSc in Cardiac Rehabilitation which is the first of its kind in Europe and she was coordinator of the course until 2003. She has co-edited two books in her research areas.
 Rehabilitation following Oesphageal Cancer: Identifying Rehabiltative Needs and Strategies
 Novel methods of measuring physical activity in patients with cancer and the role of exercise interventions
 Energy expenditure in children playing nintendo Wii
 Developing cardiac rehabiltation services in Vietnam

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Member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists 1983 Present
Moran J, Guinan E, Mc Cormick P, Hussey J, Moriarty J. , Role of cardiopulmonary exercise testing as a risk-assessment method in patients undergoing i, British Journal of Anaesthesia, 116, (2), 2016, p177 - 191, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Barrett EM, Darker CD, Hussey J, The sedentary profile of primary care patients, J Public Health, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Barrett EM, Hussey J, Darker CD, Location and deprivation are important influencers of physical activity in primary care populations, Public Health, 136, 2016, p80 - 86, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Barrett EM, Hussey J, Darker CD, Feasibility of a physical activity pathway for Irish primary care physiotherapy services, Physiotherapy, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Shields N, Hussey J, Murphy J, Gormley J, Hoey H, An exploratory study of the association between physical activity, cardiovascular fitness and body size in children with Down syndrome., Developmental neurorehabilitation, 2015, p1-7 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Daly N, Mitchell C, Farren M, Kennelly MM, Hussey J, Turner MJ, Maternal obesity and physical activity and exercise levels as pregnancy advances: an observational study., Irish journal of medical science, 2015, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Forde C, Hussey J, How Children Use Active Videogames and the Association Between Screen Time and Physical Activity., Games for health journal, 4, (4), 2015, p312-7 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Ryan JM, Forde C, Hussey JM, Gormley J, Comparison of Patterns of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Between Children With Cerebral Palsy and Children With Typical Development., Physical therapy, 95, (12), 2015, p1609-16 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Moran J, Murphy A, Murphy D, Austin A, Moran D, Cronin C, Guinan E, Hussey J, The energy expenditure of non-weight bearing crutch walking on the level and ascending stairs., Gait & posture, 42, (1), 2015, p23-6 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
O'Donovan C, Lithander FE, Raftery T, Gormley J, Mahmud A, Hussey J., Inverse Relationship Between Physical Activity and Arterial Stiffness in Adults with Hypertension, J Phys Act Health. , 11, (2), 2014, p272 - 277, Journal Article, PUBLISHED

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Physical activity levels in children and how they relate to risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Childhood obesity. Physiotherapy in Paediatric Respiratory conditions. Cardiac Rehabilitation. Pulmonary Rehabilitation.