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Dr Sarah Moore

Associate Professor

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Sarah Moore

I am a physiotherapist by background, a previous NIHR/HEE Integrated Clinical Academic Clinical Lectureship holder (2016-2020) and an International Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Alliance Emerging Leader. After working for 10 years clinically, I have spent the past 13 years undertaking clinical research in stroke rehabilitation. My PhD explored the metabolic impacts of exercise after stroke and led to the development and testing of a behaviour change physical activity intervention for stroke survivors during my Clinical Lectureship (https://paras-strokerehab.org/). Alongside this work I was awarded and successfully completed a Stroke Association project grant investigating auditory rhythmical cueing to improve walking after stroke. I am currently on the European Stroke Organisation Motor Rehabilitation Guidelines Group, Represent the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology (ACPIN) on the UK Stroke Forum Scientific Steering Group and am on international advisory groups for the measurement of physical activity and mobility and balance after stroke.  

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • How Should We Measure Physical Activity After Stroke? An International Consensus, Fini, N., Simpson, ., Moore, S., Mahendran, N., Eng, ., Borschmann, K., Conradsson, D., Chastin, S., Churilov, L., English, C. 10 Jun 2023, In: International Journal of Stroke
  • Motor rehabilitation after stroke: European Stroke Organisation (ESO) consensus-based definition and guiding framework, Kwakkel, G., Stinear, C., Essers, B., Munoz-Novoa, M., Branscheidt, M., Cabanas-Valdés, R., Lakičević, S., Lampropoulou, S., Luft, A., Marque, P., Moore, S., Solomon, J., Swinnen, E., Turolla, A., Murphy, M., Verheyden, G. 7 Aug 2023, In: European Stroke Journal
  • Acceptability and deliverability of an auditory rhythmical cueing (ARC) training programme for use at home and outdoors to improve gait and physical activity post-stroke, McCue, P., Shaw, L., Del Din, S., Hunter, H., Lord, S., Price, C., Rodgers, H., Rochester, L., Moore, S. Dec 2022, In: Archives of Physiotherapy
  • Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial, Shaw, L., McCue, P., Brown, P., Buckley, C., Del Din, S., Francis, R., Hunter, H., Lord, S., Price, C., Rodgers, H., Rochester, L., Moore, S. 12 Nov 2022, In: Pilot and Feasibility Studies
  • Feasibility, acceptability, and fidelity of Physical Activity Routines After Stroke (PARAS) a multifaceted behaviour change intervention targeting free-living physical activity and sedentary behaviour in community dwelling adult stroke, Moore, S., Flynn, D., Jones, S., Price, C., Avery, L. 1 Dec 2022, In: Pilot and Feasibility Studies
  • Using intervention mapping to develop and facilitate implementation of a multifaceted behavioural intervention targeting physical activity and sedentary behaviour in stroke survivors: Physical Activity Routines After Stroke (PARAS): intervention development study, Moore, S., Flynn, D., Price, C., Avery, L. 31 Dec 2022, In: Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine
  • Walk the talk: current evidence for walking recovery after stroke, future pathways and a mission for research and clinical practice, Moore, S., Verheyden, G., Boyne, P., Fulk, G., Fini, N. 1 Nov 2022, In: Stroke
  • An exploration of sedentary behavior patterns in community dwelling people with stroke: A cluster-based analysis, Hendrickx, W., Riveros, ., Askim, T., Bussmann, J., Callisaya, M., Chastin, S., Dean, C., Ezeugwu, V., Jones, T., Kuys, S., Mahendran, N., Manns, P., Mead, G., Moore, S., Paul, L., Pisters, M., Saunders, D., Simpson, D., Tieges, Z., Verschuren, O., English, C. 1 Jul 2021, In: Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy
  • A feasibility, acceptability and fidelity study of a multifaceted behaviour change intervention targeting free-living physical activity and sedentary behaviour in community dwelling adult stroke survivors, Moore, S., Avery, L., Price, C., Flynn, D. Dec 2020, In: Pilot and Feasibility Studies
  • Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait and physical activity in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): Study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial, McCue, P., Del Din, S., Hunter, H., Lord, S., Price, C., Shaw, L., Rodgers, H., Rochester, L., Moore, S. 1 Dec 2020, In: Pilot and Feasibility Studies

  • Medical Science PhD October 18 2012
  • Physiotherapy PGDip August 05 2009
  • Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) August 31 1999
  • BSc (HONS) physiotherapy Physio 1996
  • American College of Sports Medicine Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist ACSM CCES 2009

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