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Brad Aisbett

Brad Aisbett Senior Lecturer
Researh Coordinator
Deakin University
Australia

Biography

In the past five years, I have lead the Occupational Exercise Science Group in research with 15 Fire and Emergency Services agencies across eight states and territories across Australia in the areas of job-specific fitness, hydration, and fatigue. 2014 publications include: Jay SM, Aisbett B, Sprajcer M, Ferguson SA. Sleeping at work: not all about location, location, location. Sleep Medicine Reviews, Epub available from May 2 Larsen B, Netto K, Aisbett B. Task-specific effects of modular body armour. Military Medicine, 179(4):428-34 Neesham-Smith D, Aisbett B, Netto K. Trunk postures and upper-body muscle activations during physically demanding wildfire suppression tasks. Ergonomics, 57(1):86-92 Wolkow A, Netto K, Langridge P, Green J, Nichols D, Sergeant M, Aisbett B. Coronary heart disease risk in volunteer firefighters in Victoria, Australia. Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health. 2014;69(2):112-20 Beanland E, Main LC, Aisbett B, Gastin P, Netto K. Validation of GPS and accelerometer technology in swimming. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 17(2):234-8.

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Exercise Physiology, Health Education

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