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THRIVE Virtual Series 2022 - Physical activity and rehabilitation for Cardiorespiratory conditions

You don't have to miss out on the THRIVE experience! THRIVE Virtual Series brings selected presentations from THRIVE Conference to you live online. Running on Wednesday evenings over 12 weeks, the program will cover a broad range of topics, delivered by expert speakers. Each session will include multiple presentations.

Physical activity and rehabilitation for Cardiorespiratory conditions

1) Symposium Theme: An implementation science approach to improving physical activity practices across the lifespan in physiotherapy: lessons learned and practical applications

a) Towards recording airway clearance, physical activity and fitness on the Australian Cystic Fibrosis data registry: a consensus approach. Presented by Angela Potter
b) Applying the GRADE methodology to develop clinical guidelines for physical activity and sedentary behaviour in acute hospital inpatients. Presented by Claire Baldwin
c) Assessing the evidence-practice gap for physical activity and screen time practices in Australia outside-school-hours care. Presented by Rosa Virgara

2) Physiotherapy management for COVID-19: a collaboration with global impact. Presented by Peter Thomas

3) Pulmonary rehabilitation – teaching an old dog new tricks. Presented by Narelle Cox

4) Preventing pulmonary complications after major abdominal surgery – is early ambulation enough? Presented by Ianthe Boden

View the abstracts for these sessions in the Abstract eBook.


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All THRIVE Virtual Series sessions begin at the following times:

• VIC, TAS, NSW, ACT, QLD – 7.00pm AEST
• SA, NT – 6.30pm
• WA – 5.00pm

Please note: This is a live webinar. Login instructions including link details will be sent to registrants on the day of the event. If login instructions are not received by midday on the day of the lecture, contact us on vic.pd@australian.physio.


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Presenters

Claire Baldwin


Claire is working to get the most at-risk patients in hospital moving. Her clinical and research background is in the care of critically ill patients. This project is a step towards intervention design and delivery, from her background of research to understand impairments in skeletal muscle, physical function, sedentary behaviour and physical activity in both the critically ill and other acutely hospitalised groups. She is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Flinders University and maintains a hand in clinical practice.

Rosa Virgara


Rosa Virgara is a registered physiotherapist, PhD candidate and tutor at the University of South Australia. Her doctorate has focussed on the development of physical activity and screen time guidelines in the Out of School Hours Care setting to improve children's activity behaviours to positively impact their overall cardiovascular health and well-being.

Peter Thomas


Dr Peter Thomas, PhD, FACP is a Specialist Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist. Peter leads the Physiotherapy Intensive Care and Surgical team as a Consultant Physiotherapist at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital. Peter has embraced the use of eLearning and simulation for cardiorespiratoy physiotherapy and intensive care education and contributes widely to multi-professional education at state and national levels. Peter's research interests include the fields of healthcare education, surgery, trauma and intensive care.

Narelle Cox


Dr Narelle Cox is an experienced physiotherapist who has worked extensively in respiratory care in both paediatric and adult settings. She is a Senior Research Fellow at Monash University, Melbourne. Her research focuses on improving health and clinical outcomes for people with chronic respiratory disease through physical activity and exercise rehabilitation; including exploration of telemedicine and technology-based strategies to promote pulmonary rehabilitation access and physical activity participation.

Ianthe Boden


Dr Ianthe Boden is the Clinical Lead Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist at the Launceston General Hospital. She has a clinical Master's in Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy and Critical Care, a PhD on the prevention of respiratory complications after major abdominal surgery and is a Titled APA Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist. Ianthe's research has won major international awards including the PEDro award for Best Physiotherapy Clinical Trial at the World Congress of Physical Therapy 2019, the APA Jill Nosworthy Award for Excellence in Cardiorespiratory Research, with her first clinical trial, LIPPSMAck POP, recognised by PEDro one of the top 20 Physiotherapy trials of all time. Dr Boden was the first non-anaesthetist or surgeon to win major research awards at both the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Royal Australasian College of Surgeons scientific meetings. Despite her research successes in surgery, she's in no hurry to leave the clinical space, and loves all things Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy. Dr Boden continues to treat patients on a day to day basis and supervises the physiotherapy care of patients in intensive care, on the hospital wards, and across the bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis, and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation outpatient clinics.

Angela Potter


Angela Potter has been the Head of the Respiratory Physiotherapy Unit at the Women's and Children's Hospital since 2000. She has a special interest in cystic fibrosis, neuromuscular weakness and functional neurological disorder. She is a contributing author to Physiotherapy for Cystic Fibrosis in Australia: A Consensus Statement.

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Presenters

Claire Baldwin


Claire is working to get the most at-risk patients in hospital moving. Her clinical and research background is in the care of critically ill patients. This project is a step towards intervention design and delivery, from her background of research to understand impairments in skeletal muscle, physical function, sedentary behaviour and physical activity in both the critically ill and other acutely hospitalised groups. She is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Flinders University and maintains a hand in clinical practice.


Rosa Virgara


Rosa Virgara is a registered physiotherapist, PhD candidate and tutor at the University of South Australia. Her doctorate has focussed on the development of physical activity and screen time guidelines in the Out of School Hours Care setting to improve children's activity behaviours to positively impact their overall cardiovascular health and well-being.


Peter Thomas


Dr Peter Thomas, PhD, FACP is a Specialist Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist. Peter leads the Physiotherapy Intensive Care and Surgical team as a Consultant Physiotherapist at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital. Peter has embraced the use of eLearning and simulation for cardiorespiratoy physiotherapy and intensive care education and contributes widely to multi-professional education at state and national levels. Peter's research interests include the fields of healthcare education, surgery, trauma and intensive care.


Narelle Cox


Dr Narelle Cox is an experienced physiotherapist who has worked extensively in respiratory care in both paediatric and adult settings. She is a Senior Research Fellow at Monash University, Melbourne. Her research focuses on improving health and clinical outcomes for people with chronic respiratory disease through physical activity and exercise rehabilitation; including exploration of telemedicine and technology-based strategies to promote pulmonary rehabilitation access and physical activity participation.


Ianthe Boden


Dr Ianthe Boden is the Clinical Lead Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist at the Launceston General Hospital. She has a clinical Master's in Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy and Critical Care, a PhD on the prevention of respiratory complications after major abdominal surgery and is a Titled APA Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist. Ianthe's research has won major international awards including the PEDro award for Best Physiotherapy Clinical Trial at the World Congress of Physical Therapy 2019, the APA Jill Nosworthy Award for Excellence in Cardiorespiratory Research, with her first clinical trial, LIPPSMAck POP, recognised by PEDro one of the top 20 Physiotherapy trials of all time. Dr Boden was the first non-anaesthetist or surgeon to win major research awards at both the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Royal Australasian College of Surgeons scientific meetings. Despite her research successes in surgery, she's in no hurry to leave the clinical space, and loves all things Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy. Dr Boden continues to treat patients on a day to day basis and supervises the physiotherapy care of patients in intensive care, on the hospital wards, and across the bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis, and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation outpatient clinics.


Angela Potter


Angela Potter has been the Head of the Respiratory Physiotherapy Unit at the Women's and Children's Hospital since 2000. She has a special interest in cystic fibrosis, neuromuscular weakness and functional neurological disorder. She is a contributing author to Physiotherapy for Cystic Fibrosis in Australia: A Consensus Statement.


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