Dr Taryn Jones

Dr Taryn Jones

Dr Taryn Jones

 Dr Taryn Jones, Lecturer

Email
Phone: +61 2 9850 6625 / Fax: +61 2 9850 6630
Location: Ground floor 75 Talavera Road
Macquarie University

Introduction

Publications

Introduction

  • Joined Macquarie University in July 2012 as a tutor and research assistant.
  • Graduation from Macquarie University in April 2016
  • Graduation from The University of Sydney in 1998.
  • Substantial clinical experience working in both public and private sectors across predominantly neurological and musculoskeletal domains.
  • Main area of expertise is in managing complex cases resulting from significant neurological and orthopaedic trauma. 
  • Involved in clinical student and staff education, as well as contributing to many research projects and rating for PEDro (Physiotherapy Evidence Database).
  • Awarded a Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship to undertake her PhD in Health Professions which she commenced in December 2012.
  • Her research involves developing an Internet based self-management program for people living in the community following acquired brain injury.

Publications

  1. Jones, T. M., Dean C. M., Dear B. F., Hush J. M. and Titov N. (2015). "An internet survey of the characteristics and physical activity of community-dwelling Australian adults with acquired brain injury: exploring interest in an internet delivered self-management program focused on physical activity." Disability & Health Journal, doi: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2015.08.004.
  2. Jones TM, Dean CM, Hush J, Dear BF, Titov N. (2015) A systematic review of the efficacy of self-management programs for increasing physical activity in community-dwelling adults with acquired brain injury (ABI). Systematic Reviews: 4(51): 17.
  3. Scrivener K, Jones TM, Schurr K, Graham P, Dean CM. (2015) After-hours or weekend rehabilitation can improve outcomes and increases physical activity but does not effect length of stay: a systematic review. Journal of Physiotherapy – published online ahead of print 29 March 2015; DOI: 10.1016/j.jphys.2015.02.017.
  4. Doney R., Lucas B.R., Jones T., Howat P., Sauer K., Elliott E.J. (2014) Fine Motor Skills in Children with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure or Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 35(9), 598-609.
  5. Lucas  B.R., Latimer J., Pinto R.Z., Ferreira M.L., Doney R., Lau M., Jones T., Dries D., and Elliott E.J. (2014) Gross Motor Deficits in Children Prenatally Exposed to Alcohol: A Meta-analysis. Pediatrics; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2013-3733.
  6. Jones T. M., Hush J. M., Dear B. F., Titov, N. & Dean C. M. (2014) The efficacy of self-management programmes for increasing physical activity in community-dwelling adults with acquired brain injury (ABI): a systematic review (protocol). Systematic Reviews: 3(1): 39.
  7. Hassett, L., Moseley, A., Whiteside, B., Barry, S., & Jones T. (2012). Circuit class therapy can provide a fitness training stimulus for adults with severe traumatic brain injury: a randomized trial within an observational study. Journal of Physiotherapy, 58(2), 105-112.
  8. Leung, J., Moseley, A., Fereday, S., Jones, T., Fairbairn, T., & Wyndham, S. (2007). The prevalence and characteristics of shoulder pain after traumatic brain injury. Clinical Rehabilitation, 21(2), 171-181.

Published conference or proceedings papers

  1. Jones T. M., Dean C. M., Dear B. F., Hush J. M. and Titov N. (2015). Design and development of an internet-delivered self-management course to increase physical activity after acquired brain injury. Stroke 2015, Combined 26th ASM of the Stroke Society of Australasia and 11th Australasian Nursing & Allied Health Stroke Conference SMART STROKES, Melbourne, Australia. International Journal of Stroke. 10(Suppl. 3): 36.
  2. Jones, T. M., Dean C. M., Dear B. F., Hush J. M. and Titov N. (2015). Exploring interest in an internet delivered self-management program focused on physical activity after acquired brain injury. Australian Physiotherapy Association Connect Physiotherapy Conference 2015. 3-6 October 2015. Gold Coast Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  3. Jones T. M., Dean C. M., Hush J. M., Dear B. F. and Titov N. (2015). "A systematic review of the efficacy of self-management programs for increasing physical activity in community-dwelling adults with acquired brain injury (ABI)" Australian Physiotherapy Association Connect Physiotherapy Conference 2015. 3-6 October 2015. Gold Coast Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  4. Jones T.M., Dean C.M., Hush J. M., Dear B. F., & Titov, N. (2014) Is the concept of an internet-based self-management program to increase physical activity acceptable to community-dwelling stroke survivors? International Journal of Stroke; 9(S1) p35. (Poster presentation at 25th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australasia; 30 July-1 August, 2014; Hamilton Island, Queensland, Australia).
  5. Hassett LM, Moseley AM, Khatri B, Barry S, Jones T (2011) A circuit class can provide a fitness training stimulus for adults with traumatic brain injury. Physiotherapy 97(S1) peS460. (Platform presentation at 16th World Congress of Physical Therapy; 20-23 June, 2011; Amsterdam Netherlands).
  6. Hassett LM, Moseley AM, Khatri B, Barry S, Jones T (2009). Does a circuit class provide a fitness training stimulus for people with traumatic brain injury? The e-AJP (National Neurology Group) 55(S4) p10. (Platform presentation at Australian Physiotherapy National Conference: Neurological Conference; 2-4 October, 2009; Sydney Australia).
  7. Simpson GK, Hassett L, Jones T, Strettles B & Bush M. (2007) Risk factors for nursing home placement from acute inpatient rehabilitation settings for people with complex high support needs after traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment; 8:98-99. (Poster presentation at 30th Annual conference of the Australian Association for the Study of Brain Impairment; 3-5 May,2007; Brisbane, Australia).
  8. Moseley A, Canning C, Ada L, Jones T, Fairburn T, Mudge A, Katalinic O, Harvey L. (2005) Website of Physiotherapy Exercises for People with Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 19(S1)p82. (Abstract 89, The 6th World Congress on Brain Injury, May 6-8, 2005; Melbourne, Australia).
  9. Moseley A, Canning C, Tate R, Jones T. (2005) Ecological Validity of Walking Speed Assessment in Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 19(S1) p56. (Abstract 91, The 6th World Congress on Brain Injury, May 6-8, 2005; Melbourne, Australia).

Papers currently under review/submission

  1. Jones, T. M., Dear B. F., Hush J. M., Titov N. and Dean C. M. (under review). "A remote self-management program for increasing physical activity after acquired brain injury: Systematic development using Intervention Mapping." Physical Therapy (submitted 8 July 2015).
  2. Jones T. M., Dear B. F., Hush J. M., Titov N. and Dean C. M. (under review). " The myMoves Program: A feasibility trial of a remotely delivered self-management program for increasing physical activity among community-dwelling adults with acquired brain injury." Physical Therapy (submitted 13 September 2015).
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