Kelly Clanchy is a Senior Lecturer and Program Director for the Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology, School of Health Sciences and Social Work, Griffith University, and a mid-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, and the co-design of technologies and interventions to improve practitioner and patient outcomes in rehabilitation.
You can view Kelly's Griffith Experts profile here.
You can view Kelly's Google Schollar profile here.
Published 18th October 2018
Published 27th February 2019