Associate Professor Claire Drummond

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20042021

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Research Biography

I teach within Exercise Science/Clinical Exercise Physiology and passionate about the idea that Exercise is Medicine. I research in a number of areas such as physical activity and exercise and sports science. My current research is investigating adolescent girls disengagment with physical activity. I am also working with athletes conduting a range of max and sub-max fitness tests and metabolic measurements testing fitness levels. I have strong ties with Surf Life-Saving SA and their High Performance Surf Sport program. I conduct nutrition workshops for primary school children; challenging the model of intergenerational health. I continue to have a strong research link with school canteens. I teach in a variety of areas which provides students with the skills necessary to work within a multidisciplinary environment. I am a member of Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and have a number of Athletics Australia, SLSSA and ASCA accredited coaching levels.

Research Interests

Current research:

  • ORS & Netball SA: Girls and young women participation in sport
  • ARC Linkage (2012-2014): investigating the health promoting aspects of Art Centres in the APY Lands
  • Health screening and fitness testing in elite Surf Lifesavers
  • Adolescent girls and their engagement with Physical Activity
  • Nutrition education in primary schools: do they encourage healthy eating
  • Healthy school canteens

Completed Research

  • Evaluation of the SA Govt Right Bite Canteen Guidelines 2012-2014
  • PANORAMA adviser (2011-
  • OPAL Evaluation project adviser (2011-
  • Flinders Knowledge Exchange Grant (2011) - PA and Nutrition in Southern Adelaide Primary school
  • National Healthy School Canteens Project ($1.2mil DoHA consultancy). With Nutrition & Dietetics and Public Health
  • SA Health grant investigating: Physical activity from early childhood to adolescence in disadvantaged populations.

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