Hamish Reid

Hamish Reid
University of Oxford | OX · Botnar Research Centre Institute of Musculoskeletal Sciences

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Background An implementation gap exists between the evidence supporting physical activity in the prevention and management of long-term medical conditions and clinical practice. Person-centred conversations, i.e. focussing on the values, preferences and aspirations of each individual, are required from healthcare professionals. However, many curren...
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Objectives Healthcare is a fundamental action area in population efforts to address the global disease burden from physical inactivity. However, healthcare professionals lack the knowledge, skills and confidence to have regular conversations about physical activity. This study aimed to: (1) understand the requirements of healthcare professionals an...
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Background Physical activity (PA) interventions are an important but underutilised component in the management of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM). The challenge remains how to deliver cost effective PA interventions that have impact on individual behaviour. Digital technologies can support and promote PA remotely at scale. We describe the devel...
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Introduction The benefits of physical activity for people living with long-term conditions (LTCs) are well established. However, the risks of physical activity are less well documented. The fear of exacerbating symptoms and causing adverse events is a persuasive barrier to physical activity in this population. This work aimed to agree clear stateme...
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This scoping review aims to gain a broad insight into the makeup and delivery of effective physical activity conversations in healthcare. We identified two research questions (1) What is known about the effectiveness and acceptability of physical activity consultations in healthcare? (2) What is known about strategies to implement routine physical...
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Regular physical activity improves glycaemic control in pregnant women with gestational diabetes. Motivational interviewing is an effective technique for increasing activity levels. This report evaluates a clinical pathway developed to integrate physical activity motivational interviewing into routine gestational diabetes care. Women attending a si...
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Background In 2017 Public Health England and Sport England commissioned a Consultant-led Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) pilot to test the feasibility and acceptability of embedding physical activity interventions in secondary care clinical pathways. The aim of this paper is to report qualitative findings exploring the experience of healthcare pr...
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Resolution of inflammation is poorly understood in Achilles tendon disorders. Herein, we investigated the bioactive lipid mediator profiles of tendon-derived stromal cells isolated from patients with Achilles tendinopathy (AT) or Achilles rupture (AR) under baseline and IL-1β-stimulated conditions. We also determined whether incubating these cells...
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Objective Interventions to promote walking have focused on individual or group-based approaches, often via the randomised controlled trial design. Walking can also be promoted using population health approaches. We systematically reviewed the effectiveness of population approaches to promote walking among individuals and populations. Design A syst...
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OBJECTIVE: Interventions to promote walking have focused on individual or group-based approaches, often via the randomised controlled trial design. Walking can also be promoted using population health approaches. We systematically reviewed the effectiveness of population approaches to promote walking among individuals and populations. DESIGN: A sys...
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Background Recent investigation of human tissue and cells from positional tendons such as the rotator cuff has clarified the importance of inflammation in the development and progression of tendon disease. These mechanisms remain poorly understood in disease of energy-storing tendons such as the Achilles. Using tissue biopsies from patients, we inv...
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Regular physical activity during pregnancy has a positive impact on pregnancy outcomes and fetomaternal health.1–3 Pregnancy also offers the chance to increase physical activity and sustain this healthy behaviour beyond childbirth. Health behaviours established during childhood can last across the life course, so physical activity interventions dur...
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Purpose: Meeting the energy demands of prolonged arduous expeditions and endurance sport may be a significant barrier to success. Expedition rowing is associated with high levels of body mass loss, reflecting the challenge of meeting energy expenditure in this exacting environment. This study used the Doubly Labelled Water (DLW) technique to calcu...
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The 2011 UK Chief Medical Officers' (CMOs') Physical Activity (PA) guidelines were the first to include recommendations for the early years. They reflect the body of evidence on the importance of PA before the age of five.1 Regular PA underpins physical, cognitive and social development; whilst early childhood inactivity brings a very high risk of...
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Physical activity (PA) levels amongst children and young people in the UK fall short of the Chief Medical Officers' (CMOs) guidelines and continue to decline.1 ,2 This trend is exaggerated in specific groups such as those of low socio-economic status and teenage girls.2 Childhood inactivity has huge implications for physical and psychological devel...
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Over one third of the UK's adult population fail to meet the Chief Medical Officers' (CMOs') recommended physical activity (PA) guidelines for health.1 Knowledge of the CMOs' PA recommendations is low amongst healthcare workers2 despite physical inactivity being the most prevalent risk factor for non-communicable disease, which accounts for 80% of...
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Background: Influenza is an infectious virus affecting both humans and animals. In humans, symptoms present as fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, headache, muscle and joint pain, and malaise. The epidemiological profile of influenza is influenced by multiple factors, including transmissibility of the virus and the susceptibility of the populat...
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Dengue is an infectious disease transmitted by mosquitoes in the Tropics. There are 2.5 billion people around the world at risk. Dengue presents as an acute febrile illness with symptoms including headache, bone or joint and muscular pains and rash. The objective of this study is to perform a diagnostic accuracy meta-analysis comparing the use of t...
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Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) account for 68% of all deaths worldwide. In the UK, NCDs are responsible for 80% of all deaths.1 Physical inactivity is one of the four key behavioural risk factors for NCDs. Across the four countries of the UK, at least one-third of adults are insufficiently active, which is higher than the global average, the majo...
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Previous studies report benefits of exercise for blood pressure control in middle age and older adults, but longer-term effectiveness in younger adults is not well established. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of published randomized control trials with meta-regression of potential effect modifiers. An information specialist compl...
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This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows: To assess the efficacy and safety of exercise prior to influenza vaccination to enhance influenza prevention in adults.
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Exercise prior to influenza vaccination for limiting influenza incidence and its related complications in adults (Protocol)
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Introduction Young adults with cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypertension, may gain long-term risk benefits from effective targeted lifestyle interventions. We compared the effectiveness of lifestyle interventions with defined physical activity components targeting change in blood pressure, in young adults (aged 20 to 40) with established ca...

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