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Professor Juliette Hussey

Professor (Physiotherapy)
TRINITY CENTRE, S J H


Professor Hussey has been in Trinity for over 25 years and was head of the discipline of Physiotherapy from 2003-2014. During that time she led on developing programmes in Physiotherapy and allied health sciences which are delivered in Singapore. She was elected to fellowship in 2011, promoted to associate professor in 2006 and to Professor in 2015. She served as Vice President for Global Relations for seven years ( 2014-2021). Professor Hussey is the research lead for the cancer survivorship theme in Trinity St James's Cancer Institute. She leads the Trinity Exercise Oncology Group-a group working in the area of exercise rehabilitation in patients with cancer. Her research is translational and is aimed at scientifically improving exercise prescription to optimise therapeutic responses. This includes evaluating means of improving physical capacity preoperatively to reduce postoperative morbidity for patients undergoing complex cancer surgery. A challenge in the area of exercise and cancer is to determine underlying mechanisms and her group is working with clinical scientists in this respect. Her current research in oesophageal, hepatopancreaticobiliary and thoracic cancer is funded by the Health Research Board and the Irish Cancer Society. Recently completed work in the areas of oesophageal and prostate cancer was funded by the Health Research Board and the World Cancer Research Fund. Professor Hussey has a strong publication record which numbers over 100 full paper publications. In addition, she has co-edited three books and 12 book chapters. In terms of research supervision, she has supervised 30 post graduate students to completion ( 9 PhD and 21 MSc).
 Rehabilitation strategies following oesphagogastric and hepatopancreaticobiliary cancer
 Preoperative exercise to improve fitness in patients undergoing complex surgery for cancer of the lung or oesphagus
 Rehabilitation following Oesphageal Cancer: Identifying Rehabiltative Needs and Strategies
 
 Evasion of immune editing by circulating tumour cells is an exercise modifiable mechanism in obese men with prostate cance ( ExPeCT)

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Member of the St James's Hospital Board Decmber 2019
External Examiner to three MScs in University College London 2016-2019
Member of the Irish Cancer Society- Cancer Support Committee 2017-present
Representative for allied health professions on HSE Education, Research and Training Committee 2008-2010
Member Scientific Advisory Committee of the second phase of the National Longitudinal Study in Children (TCD/ESRI) 2014
Sole allied health representative on the Research and Education Committees of the National Children's Hopspital 2009-2012
Member of the Department of Health Therapy Research Strategy Committee tasked with developing a research strategy for allied health professions in Ireland 2008
Member of the Health Service Executive Steering Group fore the Therapy Project Office 2007
Judging panel Irish Undergraduate Awards 2009
Founding member of the Rehabilitation and Therapy Research Society and Treasurer of the Society 2007
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Member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists 1983 Present
Brennan, L., Sadeghi, F., O'Neill, L., Guinan, E., Smyth, L. Sheill, G., Smyth, E., Doyle, S.L., Timon, C., Connolly, D., O'Sullivan, J., Reynolds, J.V., and Hussey, J., Telehealth Delivery of a Multi-Disciplinary Rehabilitation Programme for Upper Gastro-Intestinal Cancer: ReStOre@Home Feasibility Study, Cancers, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Sheil G, Guinan E, O'Neill L, Smyth E, Normand C, Doyle SL, Moore S, Newell J, Mc Dermott G, Ryan R, Reynolds JV, Hussey J, 'Prehabiltation during a pandemic: preoperative exercise to improve fitness in patients undergoing complex surgery for cancer of the lung or oesophagus, the PRE-HITT trial, an updated study protocol', HRB Open Res, 2021, -, Protocol or guideline, PUBLISHED
Bennett, A.E., O'Neill, L., Connolly, D., Guinan, E., Boland, L., Doyle, S., O'Sullivan, J., Reynolds, J.V., Hussey, J., Perspectives of Esophageal Cancer Survivors on Diagnosis, Treatment, and Recovery., Cancers, 13, (1), 2021, p1-12 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Kennedy, S.A., Annett, S.L., Dunne, M.R., Boland, F., O'Neill, L.M., Guinan, E.M., Doyle, S.L., Foley, E.K., Elliott, J.A., Murphy, C.F., Bennett, A.E., Carey, M., Hillary, D., Robson, T., Reynolds, J.V., Hussey, J., O'Sullivan, J.N., Effect of the Rehabilitation Program, ReStOre, on Serum Biomarkers in a Randomized Control Trial of Esophagogastric Cancer Survivors, Frontiers in Oncology, 11, (669078), 2021, p1-11 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Emily Smyth, Louise O'Connor, David Mockler, John V. Reynolds, Juliette Hussey, Emer Guinan, Preoperative high intensity interval training for oncological resections: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Surgical Oncology, 38, 2021, p101620 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
O'Neill L, Bennett AE, Guinan E, Reynolds JV, Hussey J, Physical recovery in the first six months follwoing oesophago-gastric cancer surgery. Identifying rehabilitative needs: a qualitative study, Disability and Rehabilitation, 43, (10), 2021, p1396 - 1403, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
O'Connor L, Smyth E, Bennett AE, Smith V, O'Neill L, Reynolds JV, Hussey J, Guinan E, Identfying outcomes reported in exercise interventions in oesphagogastric cancer survivors: a systematic review, BMC Cancer, 21, 2021, p586-, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Sadeghi F, Mockler D, Guinan E, Hussey J, Doyle S, The effectiveness of nutrition interventions combined with exercise in upper gastrointestinal cancers: a systematic review, Nutrients, 13, (8), 2021, p2842-, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Hayes B, Brady l, Sheill G, Baird AM, Guinan E, Stanfill B, Dunne J, Holden D, Vlajni T, Casey O, Murphy V, Greene J, Allott WH, Hussey J, Cahill F, Van Hemelrijck M, Peat N, Mucci L, Cunningham M, Grogan L, Lynch T, Manecksha RP, Mc Caffrey J, O'Donnell D, Sheils O, O'Leary J, Rudman S, Mc Dermott R, Finn S, Circulating tumour cell numbers correlate with platelet count and circulating lymphocyte subsets in men with advanced prostate cancer: Data from the ExPeCT clinical trial (CTRIAL-IE 15-21), Cancers, 13, (8), 2021, p4690-, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
O'Neill L, Knapp P, Doyle SL, Guinan E, Parker A, Segurado R, Connolly D, O'Sullivan J, Reynolds JV, Hussey J, 'Patient and family co-developed participant information to improve recruitment rates, retention, and patient understanding in the Rehabilitation Strategies Following Oesophago-gastric and Hepatopancreaticobiliary Cancer ( ReStOre II) trial: Protocol for a study within a trial (SWAT)', HRB Open Res, 2020, -, Protocol or guideline, PUBLISHED
  

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