Jennie Scarvell

Professor, Associate Dean of Research and Innovation, Faculty of Health

Former affiliations

University of Canberra

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20102010

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Student Projects Available

How much knee flexion or extension matters? 

People with knee osteoarthritis experience stiffness that effects their ability to be active. Minimum clinically important difference is a value of what movement matters. Designing clinical research projects is based on 'what is the outcome that matters to people?' . This project works with people with knee stiffness to define the values of range of motion that matter.

Biography

Current Projects: 

Quality of life and clinical outcomes from surgical fusion of the spine for children with neuromuscular scoliosis. Corinne Bridge, and Prof David Little, Westmead Children's Hospital. 

PICKLeS. Clinical and patient reported outcomes of three designs of total knee replacement. A randomised clinical trial of knee kinematics. Dr Diana Perriman (ACTH), Prof Paul Smith (ANU), Prof Mark Pickering (UNSW), and Joe Lynch, Catherine Galvin.

Completed:

What is occupation in Occupational Therapy. Amelia Di Tommaso, Stephen Isbel, Alison Wicks.

Pilates for low back pain, a randomised controlled trial. Roopika Sodhi, Cherie Wells, Stuart Semple.

 

Education/Academic qualification

University of Canberra

Award Date: 20 Jun 2019

PhD, University of Sydney

1 Jan 20001 Feb 2004

Award Date: 7 Apr 2004

Bachelor, University of Sydney

2 Feb 19821 Jun 1985

Award Date: 7 Jul 1985

External positions

Visiting Fellow

1 Feb 2004 → …

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Research Output

Tracing wear debris pathways via ion-implanted indium-111

Warner, J. A., Gladkis, L. G., Geruschke, T., Vianden, R., Smith, P. N., Scarvell, J. M., Zeitz, W. D. & Timmers, H., 12 May 2010, In : Wear. 268, 11-12, p. 1257-1265 9 p.

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