Research and Interests
- Improving patients understanding of hip and knee arthroplasty: a prospective study of the role of experienced, dedicated nurse practitioners in the pre-admission settling. Clinical Governance Bulletin 2004; 5(1):6-8.
- Practical approach to exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in athletes. Primary Care Respiratory. 2013;22(1):122-125.
- Physiotherapist prescribing in lower back pain: A case study. Nurse Prescribing 2015; 13(2):561-564
- Assessment of Energy Intake and Energy Expenditure of Male Adolescent Academy-Level Soccer Players during a Competitive Week. Nutrients 2015, 7, 8392-8401.
- Clinical assessment versus MRI findings in the grading of hamstring injuries in professional football. Br J Sports Med 2014;48:1582 Tom Donaldson Prize winning poster BASEM Summer conference 2013 . GC.Rae Supervising Clinician.
- Review of the long term effects of a career in professional football on hips and knees.- Rae GC, Dhand R. Global Congress on Medicine and Health in Sport, San Francisco, USA 2013
- Return to Play- Who should make the decision?
International Sport Science and Sports Medicine Conference, University of Northumbria. August 2013.
- Foot and Ankle Injuries – presentation and workshop
SEM Symposium. Newcastle United, St James Park. June 2014
- Opportunities for Sport Scientists within professional sport
University of Northumbria Open Day
- Shoulder Pain
GP Educational afternoon, South Tyneside Region. September 2013
GP Educational evening, RCGP North East Group. November 2014
- Sports and Exercise Medicine- Career options. Undergraduate SEM Society, University of Durham. February 2015
- Diagnosis and Management of Knee Problems
GP Educational afternoon, Sunderland Commissioning group. October 2015
- How to diagnose and treat tendon problem. Undergraduate SEM Society, Newcastle University. March 2016
- Hypovitaminosis D within Professional football- MSc Research Module, University of Bath MSc SEM course. Supervised by Dr Emma Stevenson, Reader at University of Northumbria.
- The correlation between growth and agility within a football academy. Joint research work between Sunderland AFC and University of Northumbria
- Exercise Induced Bronchoconstriction- Joint research between Sunderland AFC and University of Northumbria
- Does clinical input within an NHS exercise referral program help to reduce dropout rate? Joint research between University of Northumbria and MSK CATS, South Tyneside Foundation Trust. Awaiting Publication
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