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Presenter

Carrie Ritchie

University of Queensland

Carrie has a PhD in exercise physiology and is a Senior Research Fellow with the Designing Better Therapies team at RECOVER Injury Research Centre, The University of Queensland. Her research with this team began in 2011 and has focussed on: understanding recovery from a whiplash injury; understanding characteristics of the whiplash population; and exploring the response to exercise and physical activity in individuals with on-going disability from a whiplash injury. She has been involved in project development, implementation, evaluation and dissemination of outcomes across the health sciences. Carrie has experience in quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and both practical and investigative experience in teaching and learning across the health sciences.



Presentations by Carrie Ritchie
EVALUATION OF A THEORY-DRIVEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH WHIPLASH ASSOCIATED DISORDERS USING A SINGLE CASE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
EVALUATION OF A THEORY-DRIVEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH WHIPLASH ASSOCIATED DISORDERS USING A SINGLE CASE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
Friday 17th April 9:49am to 10:56am


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