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Dr. Juliette Hussey

Vice President Global Relations (TCD Global)

Associate 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
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
Broderick, J. M. Guinan, E. Donnell, D. M. O' Hussey, J. Tyrell, E. Normand, C., Calculating the costs of an 8-week, physiotherapy-led exercise intervention in deconditioned cancer survivors in the early survivorship period (the PEACH trial), Physiotherapy, 2014, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Broderick JM, Hussey J, O'Donnell DM, Comment on 'Interventions to improve exercise behaviour in sedentary people living with and beyond cancer: a systematic review', British journal of cancer, 2014, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Broderick JM, Hussey J, Kennedy MJ, O' Donnell DM, Patients over 65 years are assigned lower ECOG PS scores than younger patients, although objectively measured physical activity is no different., Journal of geriatric oncology, 5, (1), 2014, p49-56 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Broderick JM, Ryan J, O'Donnell DM, Hussey J, A guide to assessing physical activity using accelerometry in cancer patients., Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, 22, (4), 2014, p1121-30 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Broderick JM, Hussey J, Kennedy MJ, O'Donnell DM, Testing the 'teachable moment' premise: does physical activity increase in the early survivorship phase?, Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, 22, (4), 2014, p989-97 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Kilbride E, Hussey J, Boran C, Greally P, Physical activity and cardiovascular risk factors in urban school children, Irish Medical Journal, 106, 2013, p6 - 9, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Guinan E, Hussey J, Broderick JM, Lithander FE, O'Donnell D, Kennedy MJ, Connolly EM, The effect of aerobic exercise on metabolic and inflammatory markers in breast cancer survivors-a pilot study., Support Care Cancer. , 2013, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Guinan EM, Connolly EM, Kennedy MJ, Hussey J., The presentation of metabolic dysfunction and the relationship with energy output in breast cancer survivors: a cross-sectional study, Nutr J. , 12, (1), 2013, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Hussey J, Wearing pedometers in conjunction with daily step goals and incentives can increase physical activity among children., Journal of physiotherapy, 59, (4), 2013, p272 , 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.