Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Surviving, not thriving: a qualitative analysis of parents' perceptions of physical activity participation for rurally residing children with a disability

Timothy  Robinson

Mr Timothy Robinson

qualifications: BPhysio(Hons)

contribution: collected data, wrote the first draft, statistical analysis, supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: Physiotherapy Student

Australia

Description: - Bachelor of Physiotherapy (First Class Honours) Research interests: - Rural and Remote Health - Physical Activity - Qualitative Methods


Luke  Wakely

Dr Luke Wakely

qualifications: PhD

contribution: designed the project

position: Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Australia

Lecturer in Physiotherapy University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health Research interests include: Premature Infants Parenting Child Development Interprofessional Learning Paediatric Physiotherapy Clinical Education


Jodie  Marquez

Dr Jodie Marquez

qualifications: PhD

contribution: supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Academic at the University of Newcastle with research interests in neurological disorders


Kym  Rae

A/Prof Kym Rae

qualifications: PhD

contribution: supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: Research Academic

Indigenous women's health Chronic disease development and prevention in Indigenous communities


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