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Physical Activity Assessed by Wrist and Thigh Worn Accelerometry and Associations with Cardiometabolic Health (2023)
Journal Article
D. Maylor, B., L. Edwardson, C., M. Clarke-Cornwell, A., J. Davies, M., P. Dawkins, N., W. Dunstan, D., …V. Rowlands, A. (2023). Physical Activity Assessed by Wrist and Thigh Worn Accelerometry and Associations with Cardiometabolic Health. Sensors, 23(17), https://doi.org/10.3390/s23177353

Physical activity is increasingly being captured by accelerometers worn on different body locations. The aim of this study was to examine the associations between physical activity volume (average acceleration), intensity (intensity gradient) and car... Read More about Physical Activity Assessed by Wrist and Thigh Worn Accelerometry and Associations with Cardiometabolic Health.

The cost-effectiveness of the SMART work & life intervention for reducing sitting time (2022)
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Cox, E., Walker, S., Edwardson, C., Biddle, S., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Clemes, S., …Richardson, G. (2022). The cost-effectiveness of the SMART work & life intervention for reducing sitting time. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(22), 14861. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph192214861

Sedentary behaviours continue to increase and are associated with heightened risks of morbidity and mortality. We assessed the cost-effectiveness of SMART Work & Life (SWAL), an intervention designed to reduce sitting time inside and outside of work,... Read More about The cost-effectiveness of the SMART work & life intervention for reducing sitting time.

Effectiveness of an intervention for reducing sitting time and improving health in office workers: three arm cluster randomised controlled trial (2022)
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Edwardson, C., Biddle, S., Clemes, S., Davies, M., Dunstan, D., Eborall, H., …Clarke-Cornwell, A. (2022). Effectiveness of an intervention for reducing sitting time and improving health in office workers: three arm cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ, 378, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj-2021-069288

Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention, with and without a height adjustable desk, on daily sitting time, and to investigate the relative effectiveness of the two interventions, and the effectiveness of both interventions on phy... Read More about Effectiveness of an intervention for reducing sitting time and improving health in office workers: three arm cluster randomised controlled trial.

Defining continuous walking events in free-living environments : mind the gap (2022)
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Gbadamosi, A., Griffiths, B., Clarke-Cornwell, A., & Granat, M. (2022). Defining continuous walking events in free-living environments : mind the gap. Sensors, 22(5), 1720. https://doi.org/10.3390/s22051720

In free-living environments, continuous walking can be challenging to achieve without encountering interruptions, making it difficult to define a continuous walking event. While limited research has been conducted to define a continuous walking event... Read More about Defining continuous walking events in free-living environments : mind the gap.

698 mothers and babies, 38 390 nappy changes : what did we learn? (2021)
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MacVane Phipps, F., Price, A., Ackers-Johnson, J., Cook, P., Clarke-Cornwell, A., & Lythgoe, J. (2021). 698 mothers and babies, 38 390 nappy changes : what did we learn?. British Journal of Midwifery, 29(3), 150-157. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjom.2021.29.3.150

Background Several industry funded studies between 2001–2018 have compared the use of a single brand of baby wipes to cleansing with water and either cloth or cotton wool during nappy changes. All of these studies found that wipes were safe and effec... Read More about 698 mothers and babies, 38 390 nappy changes : what did we learn?.

The BaSICS (Baby Skin Integrity Comparison Survey) study : a prospective experimental study using maternal observations to report the effect of baby wipes on the incidence of irritant diaper dermatitis in infants, from birth to eight weeks of age (2020)
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Price, A., Lythgoe, J., Ackers-Johnson, J., Cook, P., Clarke-Cornwell, A., & MacVane Phipps, F. (2021). The BaSICS (Baby Skin Integrity Comparison Survey) study : a prospective experimental study using maternal observations to report the effect of baby wipes on the incidence of irritant diaper dermatitis in infants, from birth to eight weeks of age. Pediatrics and Neonatology, 62(2), 138-145. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedneo.2020.10.003

Background Baby wipes have been shown to be safe and effective in maintaining skin integrity when compared to the use of water alone. However, no previous study has compared different formulations of wipe. The aim of the BaSICS study was to ident... Read More about The BaSICS (Baby Skin Integrity Comparison Survey) study : a prospective experimental study using maternal observations to report the effect of baby wipes on the incidence of irritant diaper dermatitis in infants, from birth to eight weeks of age.

The performance of an algorithm for classifying gym-based tasks across individuals with different body mass index (2020)
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Gerrard-Longworth, S., Preece, S., Clarke-Cornwell, A., & Goulermas, Y. (2020). The performance of an algorithm for classifying gym-based tasks across individuals with different body mass index. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 24(4), 282-290. https://doi.org/10.1080/1091367X.2020.1815749

Previous activity classification studies have typically been performed on normal weight individuals. Therefore, it is unclear whether a generic classification algorithm could be developed that would perform consistently across individuals who fall wi... Read More about The performance of an algorithm for classifying gym-based tasks across individuals with different body mass index.

The contribution of commuting to total daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (2020)
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Gbadamosi, A., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Sindall, P., & Granat, M. (2020). The contribution of commuting to total daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour, 3(3), 189-196. https://doi.org/10.1123/jmpb.2019-0027

Background: Actively commuting to and from work can increase moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) and increase adherence to physical activity (PA) guidelines; however, there is a lack of evidence on the contribution of mixed-mode commutes an... Read More about The contribution of commuting to total daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity.

Quantifying sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit transitions in free-living environments using the activPAL thigh-worn activity monitor (2019)
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Pickford, C., Findlow, A., Kerr, A., Banger, M., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Hollands, K., …Granat, M. (2019). Quantifying sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit transitions in free-living environments using the activPAL thigh-worn activity monitor. Gait & Posture, 73, 140-146. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2019.07.126

Purpose: Standing up, sitting down and walking require considerable effort and coordination, which are crucial indicators to rehabilitation (e.g. stroke), and in older populations may indicate the onset of frailty and physical and cognitive decline.... Read More about Quantifying sit-to-stand and stand-to-sit transitions in free-living environments using the activPAL thigh-worn activity monitor.

How does the upper limb activity of adolescents with upper limb absence differ from anatomically intact adolescents, and does this change during sport? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Clarke-Cornwell, A., Chinn, N., Chadwell, A., Kenney, L., Granat, M., & Head, J. (2019, June). How does the upper limb activity of adolescents with upper limb absence differ from anatomically intact adolescents, and does this change during sport?. Presented at International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Maastricht, Netherlands

A sequence analysis to examine the transition process between physical behaviours in the workplace : how are these processes linked to cardiometabolic risk factors? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Clarke-Cornwell, A., Edwardson, C., Granat, M., & Cook, P. (2019, June). A sequence analysis to examine the transition process between physical behaviours in the workplace : how are these processes linked to cardiometabolic risk factors?. Presented at International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Maastricht, Netherlands

Defining stepping bouts in free-living activities : mind the breaks in walking (2019)
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Gbadamosi, A., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Sindall, P., & Granat, M. (2019, June). Defining stepping bouts in free-living activities : mind the breaks in walking. Presented at International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Maastricht, Netherlands

Contribution of commuting to total daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (2019)
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Gbadamosi, A., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Sindall, P., & Granat, M. (2019, June). Contribution of commuting to total daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Poster presented at International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Maastricht, Netherlands

Associations between occupational sedentary time with adiposity markers, and the influence of moderate to vigorous physical activity : does domain matter? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Clarke-Cornwell, A., Cook, P., & Granat, M. (2019, June). Associations between occupational sedentary time with adiposity markers, and the influence of moderate to vigorous physical activity : does domain matter?. Presented at International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Prague, Czech Republic

The contribution of commuting to total moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Gbadamosi, A., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Sindall, P., & Granat, M. (2019, February). The contribution of commuting to total moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Poster presented at Active Living Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Background: Commuting to and from work can increase moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) and increase adherence to physical activity guidelines; however, there is lack of evidence on the contribution of different modes of commute and continu... Read More about The contribution of commuting to total moderate-to-vigorous physical activity.

Occupational sedentary time and associations with adiposity markers : a quantile regression analysis (2018)
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markers : a quantile regression analysis. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 15(10), S187. https://doi.org/10.1123/jpah.2018-0535

Background: Sedentary behaviour is associated with a number of health related outcomes, independent of physical activity; however, there is limited research that has examined the role that occupational sedentary time contributes to these associations... Read More about Occupational sedentary time and associations with adiposity markers : a quantile regression analysis.

The contribution of active commuting to total daily moderate to vigorous physical activity (2018)
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Gbadamosi, A., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Sindall, P., & Granat, M. (2018). The contribution of active commuting to total daily moderate to vigorous physical activity. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 15(10), S177. https://doi.org/10.1123/jpah.2018-0535

Background: Physical inactivity is associated with a number of chronic diseases. Active commuting has been recognised as a way to increase daily physical activity. The aim of this study was to look at the contribution active commuting makes to total... Read More about The contribution of active commuting to total daily moderate to vigorous physical activity.

A three arm cluster randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the SMART work & life intervention for reducing daily sitting time in office workers : study protocol (2018)
Journal Article
Edwardson, C., Biddle, S., Clarke-Cornwell, A., Clemes, S., Davies, M., Dunstan, D., …Munir, F. (2018). A three arm cluster randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the SMART work & life intervention for reducing daily sitting time in office workers : study protocol. BMC Public Health, 18, 1120. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-6017-1

Background: Office-based workers typically spend 70-85% of working hours, and a large proportion of leisure time, sitting. High levels of sitting have been linked to poor health. There is a need for fully powered randomised controlled trials (RCTs) w... Read More about A three arm cluster randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the SMART work & life intervention for reducing daily sitting time in office workers : study protocol.