Tessa Strain (PhD Graduate 2018)

Thesis title: Using health survey physical activity monitoring data to support policy and practice

Strain, T., Fitzsimons, C., Foster, C., Mutrie, N., Townsend, N., & Kelly, P. (2016). Age-related comparisons by sex in the domains of aerobic physical activity for adults in Scotland. Preventive Medicine Reports, 3, 90-97. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2015.12.013

Bradshaw, P., Bromley, C., Hill, T., Mabelis, J., Parkes, A., Smith, K., Sweeting, H., Warner, P. and Wright, D. Growing Up in Scotland: Birth Cohort 2 results from the first year. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, 2013.

Hill, T. (2012) Chapter 6: Physical Activity in Rutherford, L., Sharp, C. and Bromley, C eds. Scottish Health Survey 2011: Volume 1 – Adults. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Hill, T. (2012) Chapter 4: Physical Activity in Rutherford, L., Sharp, C. and Bromley, C eds. Scottish Health Survey 2011: Volume 2 – Children. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Bradshaw, P., Hall, J., Hill, T., Mabelis, J. and Philo, D. (2012). Growing up in Scotland: The experiences of Primary School. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Hill TR et al. (2012) Maximal Strength Training for Chronic Stroke Patients. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 91(5):393-400.

Fimland MS, Moen PM, Hill TR, Gjellesvik TI, Torhaug T, Helgerud J and Hoff J. (2011). Neuromuscular performance of paretic versus non-paretic plantar flexors after stroke. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 111(12):3041-9.