Jaquelin Bousie


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Jaquelin Bousie is an Assistant Professor at the University of Canberra. She graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) from The University of Queensland after having a previous career as an Engineer. Jaquelin has worked as a clinical musculoskeletal physiotherapist since 2004 in private practice as well as with elite athletes. Her Ph.D. was completed through The University of Queensland in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Sport. It investigated the biomechanics of cycling, with a focus on the impact of foot-shoe-pedal interactions.

Her areas of research interest include:

1. The link between and biomechanics and injuries, particularly within the lower limb.

2. The link between tissue properties, injury, and pain and the impact of physiotherapy interventions on such properties.

3. Research translation into clinical practice.

Jaquelin is involved in teaching within the musculoskeletal stream of physiotherapy at the University of Canberra and has previously taught biomechanics.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Foot-orthosis-shoe interactions in cycling, University of Queensland

Bachelor, University of Queensland

Bachelor, University of Queensland


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