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An exploratory study of the relationship between psychosocial hazard and ambulatory physiological response in higher education employees (2016)
Journal Article
Campbell, T. G., Davison, R., Florida-James, G., & Westbury, T. (2016). An exploratory study of the relationship between psychosocial hazard and ambulatory physiological response in higher education employees. International Journal of Workplace Health Man

Purpose: as exposure to psychosocial hazard at work represents a substantial risk factor for employee health in many modern occupations, being able to accurately assess how employees cope with their working environment is crucial. As the workplace is... Read More about An exploratory study of the relationship between psychosocial hazard and ambulatory physiological response in higher education employees.

Blood lactate thresholds and walking/running economy are determinants of backpack-running performance in trained soldiers (2016)
Journal Article
Simpson, R. J., Graham, S. M., Connaboy, C., Clement, R., Pollonini, L., & Florida-James, G. D. (2017). Blood lactate thresholds and walking/running economy are determinants of backpack-running performance in trained soldiers. Applied Ergonomics, 58, 566-

We developed a standardized laboratory treadmill protocol for assessing physiological responses to a simulated backpack load-carriage task in trained soldiers, and assessed the efficacy of blood lactate thresholds (LTs) and economy in predicting futu... Read More about Blood lactate thresholds and walking/running economy are determinants of backpack-running performance in trained soldiers.

Great Britain's Olympians with generalised joint hypermobility have a higher prevalence of knee osteoarthritis (2016)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Cooper, D. J., Scammell, B. E., Batt, M. E., & Palmer-Green, D. Great Britain's Olympians with generalised joint hypermobility have a higher prevalence of knee osteoarthritis. Presented at OARSI 2016 World Congress

Purpose: Individuals with generalized joint hypermobility (GJH) are reported, in the clinical setting, to be at greater risk of developing musculoskeletal related joint pain, joint dislocations and tendinopathies. It is hypothesized that impaired sta... Read More about Great Britain's Olympians with generalised joint hypermobility have a higher prevalence of knee osteoarthritis.

Is referral of postsurgical colorectal cancer survivors to cardiac rehabilitation feasible and acceptable? A pragmatic pilot randomised controlled trial with embedded qualitative study (2016)
Journal Article
Hubbard, G., Adams, R., Campbell, A., Kidd, L., Leslie, S. J., Munro, J., & Watson, A. (2016). Is referral of postsurgical colorectal cancer survivors to cardiac rehabilitation feasible and acceptable? A pragmatic pilot randomised controlled trial with em

Objectives (1) Assess whether cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is a feasible and acceptable model of rehabilitation for postsurgical colorectal cancer (CRC) survivors, (2) evaluate trial procedures. This article reports the results of the first objective.... Read More about Is referral of postsurgical colorectal cancer survivors to cardiac rehabilitation feasible and acceptable? A pragmatic pilot randomised controlled trial with embedded qualitative study.

Effect of 6-iron club properties on thorax and pelvis rotation at key events of the golf swing (2008)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Betzler, N., Brown, S., Wallace, E. S., Otto, S. R., & Shan, G. (2008). Effect of 6-iron club properties on thorax and pelvis rotation at key events of the golf swing. In Science and Golf V. Proceedings of the World Scientific Congress of Golf, 455-461

Various previous studies analysed trunk alignment at key events of the golf swing, but in most cases players swung only one type of golf club or clubs from different categories (for example a driver and a 5-iron). However, a better understanding of h... Read More about Effect of 6-iron club properties on thorax and pelvis rotation at key events of the golf swing.

A mixed methods exploration of the parent perspective of talent development environments across a national multi-sport landscape (2023)
Journal Article
Martindale, R., Fountain, H., Andronikos, G., English, C., Dugdale, J. H., & Ferrier, S. (2023). A mixed methods exploration of the parent perspective of talent development environments across a national multi-sport landscape. Psychology of Sport and Exer

Parents are known to be important influencers in the talent development process but are often overlooked. Understanding the parent perspective may help National Governing Bodies and coaches improve their support for young talented athletes. This stud... Read More about A mixed methods exploration of the parent perspective of talent development environments across a national multi-sport landscape.

Exercise for individuals with bone metastases: A systematic review (2021)
Journal Article
Weller, S., Hart, N. H., Bolam, K. A., Mansfield, S., Santa Mina, D., Winters-Stone, K. M., Campbell, A., Rosenberger, F., Wiskemann, J., Quist, M., Cormie, P., Goulart, J., & Campbell, K. L. (2021). Exercise for individuals with bone metastases: A system

Background Exercise has the potential to improve physical function and quality of life in individuals with bone metastases but is often avoided due to safety concerns. This systematic review summarizes the safety, feasibility and efficacy of exerci... Read More about Exercise for individuals with bone metastases: A systematic review.

Type 1 diabetes patients increase CXCR4+ and CXCR7+ haematopoietic and endothelial progenitor cells with exercise, but the response is attenuated (2021)
Journal Article
Taylor, G. S., Shaw, A., Smith, K., Capper, T. E., Scragg, J. H., Cronin, M., Bashir, A., Flatt, A., Campbell, M. D., Stevenson, E. J., Shaw, J. A., Ross, M., & West, D. J. (2021). Type 1 diabetes patients increase CXCR4+ and CXCR7+ haematopoietic and end

Background: Exercise mobilizes angiogenic cells, which stimulate vascular repair. However, limited research suggests exercise-induced increase of endothelial progenitor cell (EPCs) is completely lacking in type 1 diabetes (T1D). Clarification, along... Read More about Type 1 diabetes patients increase CXCR4+ and CXCR7+ haematopoietic and endothelial progenitor cells with exercise, but the response is attenuated.

The Acculturation Experiences of Elite Rugby Union Coaches (2021)
Journal Article
Hall, A., English, C., Jones, L., Westbury, T., & Martindale, R. (2022). The Acculturation Experiences of Elite Rugby Union Coaches. International Sport Coaching Journal / ISCJ, 9(1), 30-39. https://doi.org/10.1123/iscj.2020-0103

Currently, little is known about how elite coaches acculturate and how they manage their acculturation environment. This study examines the acculturation experiences of elite rugby union coaches and their management of multicultural squads. Five mal... Read More about The Acculturation Experiences of Elite Rugby Union Coaches.

Self-reported sports injuries and later-life health status in 3357 retired Olympians from 131 countries: a cross-sectional survey among those competing in the games between London 1948 and PyeongChang 2018 (2020)
Journal Article
Palmer, D., Cooper, D. J., Emery, C., Batt, M. E., Engebretsen, L., Scammell, B. E., Schamasch, P., Shroff, M., Soligard, T., Steffen, K., Whittaker, J. L., & Budgett, R. (2020). Self-reported sports injuries and later-life health status in 3357 retired O

Objective: Describe the self-reported prevalence and nature of Olympic-career injury and general health and current residual symptoms in a self-selected sample of retired Olympians. Methods: 3357 retired Olympians from 131 countries completed a cr... Read More about Self-reported sports injuries and later-life health status in 3357 retired Olympians from 131 countries: a cross-sectional survey among those competing in the games between London 1948 and PyeongChang 2018.

Treatment-related cardiovascular late effects and exercise training countermeasures in testicular germ cell cancer survivorship (2015)
Journal Article
Christensen, J. F., Bandak, M., Campbell, A., Jones, L. W., & Højman, P. (2015). Treatment-related cardiovascular late effects and exercise training countermeasures in testicular germ cell cancer survivorship. Acta oncologica, 54(5), 592-599. https://doi

Treatment of testicular germ cell cancer constitutes a major success story in modern oncology. Today, the vast majority of patients are cured by a therapeutic strategy using one or more highly effective components including surgery (orchiectomy), rad... Read More about Treatment-related cardiovascular late effects and exercise training countermeasures in testicular germ cell cancer survivorship.

Effects of supervised exercise on motivational outcomes in breast cancer survivors at 5-year follow-up (2014)
Journal Article
Trinh, L., Mutrie, N., Campbell, A. M., Crawford, J. J., & Courneya, K. S. (2014). Effects of supervised exercise on motivational outcomes in breast cancer survivors at 5-year follow-up. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 18(6), 557-563. https://doi.or

Short-term physical activity (PA) has beneficial effects on symptom management and quality of life, however, longer-term adherence is likely needed for improved disease outcomes in breast cancer survivors (BCS). This study examined the effects of a s... Read More about Effects of supervised exercise on motivational outcomes in breast cancer survivors at 5-year follow-up.

Training of clinical recruiters to improve recruitment to an exercise intervention during breast cancer treatment (2005)
Journal Article
Campbell, A. M., Whyte, F., & Mutrie, N. (2005). Training of clinical recruiters to improve recruitment to an exercise intervention during breast cancer treatment. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 9(3-4), 211-213. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cein.2006.08.

Summary This report describes a recruitment strategy, including the employment and training of dedicated clinical recruiters, to improve recruitment to lifestyle interventions during breast cancer treatment.

“I feel happy when I surf because it takes stress from my mind”: An Initial Exploration of Program Theory within Waves for Change Surf Therapy in Post-Conflict Liberia (2020)
Journal Article
Marshall, J., Ferrier, B., Ward, P., & Martindale, R. (2020). “I feel happy when I surf because it takes stress from my mind”: An Initial Exploration of Program Theory within Waves for Change Surf Therapy in Post-Conflict Liberia. Journal of Sport for

Surf therapy is a novel form of sport for development (SFD) intervention being utilized to support well-being within post-conflict settings. There is currently little research exploring surf therapy program theory in SFD contexts. Theoretical explora... Read More about “I feel happy when I surf because it takes stress from my mind”: An Initial Exploration of Program Theory within Waves for Change Surf Therapy in Post-Conflict Liberia.

The physiological demands of Gaelic football. (1995)
Journal Article
Florida-James, G., & Reilly, T. (1995). The physiological demands of Gaelic football. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 29(1), 41-45. doi:10.1136/bjsm.29.1.41

Match-lay demands of Gaelic football and fitness profiles were assessed at club competitive level. English Gaelic football club championship players (n = 11) were assessed for anthropometry, leg strength and time to exhaustion on a treadmill run. A s... Read More about The physiological demands of Gaelic football..

An Exercise Oncology Clinical Pathway: Screening and Referral for Personalized Interventions (2020)
Journal Article
Stout, N., Brown, J., Schwartz, A., Marshall, T., Campbell, A., Nekhlyudov, L., Zucker, D., Basen-Engquist, K., Campbell, G., Meyerhardt, J., Cheville, A., Covington, K., Ligibel, J., Sokolof, J., Schmitz, K., & Alfano, C. (2020). An Exercise Oncology Cli

This article presents a clinical screening and referral framework to enable health care professionals to guide individuals with cancer to safe and effective exercise programs.

Synergy Between Licensed Rehabilitation Professionals and Clinical Exercise Physiologists: Optimizing Patient Care for Cancer Rehabilitation (2020)
Journal Article
Coletta, A. M., Campbell, A., Morris, G. S., & Schmitz, K. H. (2020). Synergy Between Licensed Rehabilitation Professionals and Clinical Exercise Physiologists: Optimizing Patient Care for Cancer Rehabilitation. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 36(1), Articl

Objectives: To differentiate between rehabilitation and exercise training and propose how rehabilitation professionals and exercise physiologists can collaborate to optimize cancer survivor care. Data Source: Professional organizations and peer-revi... Read More about Synergy Between Licensed Rehabilitation Professionals and Clinical Exercise Physiologists: Optimizing Patient Care for Cancer Rehabilitation.

The effect of exercise intensity and duration on cardiac troponin release (2019)
Journal Article
Mills, N., Marshall, L., Lee, K. K., Stewart, S., Wild, A., Fujisawa, T., Lithgow, H., Ferry, A., Stables, C., Chapman, A., Anand, A., Shah, A., Dhaun, N., Strachan, F., & Ross, M. (2020). The effect of exercise intensity and duration on cardiac troponin

Abstract not available.

A 10 km time trial running bout acutely increases the number of angiogenic T cells in the peripheral blood compartment of healthy males: Acute exercise mobilizes angiogenic T cells (2016)
Journal Article
Ross, M., Tormey, P., Ingram, L., Simpson, R., Malone, E., & Florida-James, G. (2016). A 10 km time trial running bout acutely increases the number of angiogenic T cells in the peripheral blood compartment of healthy males: Acute exercise mobilizes angio

New Findings What is the central question of the study? Are CD31+ angiogenic T (TANG) cells preferentially mobilized in response to acute exercise? What is the main finding and its importance? Our study reveals that TANG cells are redistributed i... Read More about A 10 km time trial running bout acutely increases the number of angiogenic T cells in the peripheral blood compartment of healthy males: Acute exercise mobilizes angiogenic T cells.