Kelly Clanchy is a lecturer in Exercise Science for the School of Allied Health Sciences and an early career researcher. Kelly received her PhD from the University of Queensland with her project relating to the promotion of physical activity participation in individuals with brain impairment. Her primary research area relates to the use of evidence-based, stage matched strategies for the promotion of physical activity participation and community integration for individuals with a disability. Additional research areas also include measurement and mediators of physical activity participation, the relationship between post-partum depression and physical activity participation and improving clinical competencies and employability outcomes for Exercise Physiology students.
Published 27th February 2019