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Daniel P. Armstrong
Daniel P. Armstrong
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Implementing powered stretcher and load systems was a cost effective intervention to reduce the incidence rates of stretcher related injuries in a paramedic service
DP Armstrong, R Ferron, C Taylor, B McLeod, S Fletcher, RS MacPhee, ...
Applied ergonomics 62, 34-42, 2017
452017
Exploring the application of pattern recognition and machine learning for identifying movement phenotypes during deep squat and hurdle step movements
SM Remedios, DP Armstrong, RB Graham, SL Fischer
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 8, 364, 2020
192020
Considering movement competency within physical employment standards
DP Armstrong, GB Ross, RB Graham, SL Fischer
Work 63 (4), 603-613, 2019
182019
The Ottawa Paramedic Physical Ability Test: test-retest reliability and analysis of sex-based performance differences
DP Armstrong, KE Sinden, J Sendsen, RS MacPhee, SL Fischer
Ergonomics 62 (8), 1033-1042, 2019
142019
Feature detection and biomechanical analysis to objectively identify high exposure movement strategies when performing the EPIC lift capacity test
DP Armstrong, AR Budarick, CEE Pegg, RB Graham, SL Fischer
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 31, 50-62, 2021
132021
Understanding individual differences in lifting mechanics: Do some people adopt motor control strategies that minimize biomechanical exposure
DP Armstrong, SL Fischer
Human Movement Science 74, 102689, 2020
112020
Ranking stretcher and backboard related paramedic lifting tasks based on their biomechanical demand on the low back
DP Armstrong, PJ Makhoul, KE Sinden, SL Fischer
IISE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors 8 (1), 9-19, 2020
112020
The influence of sex and strength capacity on normalized low-back exposure during lifting: Insights from a joint power analysis
D Clusiault, JB Davidson, DP Armstrong, SL Fischer
Applied Ergonomics 102, 103756, 2022
92022
Application of principal component analysis to forward reactive stepping: Whole-body movement strategy differs as a function of age and sex
DP Armstrong, SP Pretty, TB Weaver, SL Fischer, AC Laing
Gait & Posture 89, 38-44, 2021
82021
Evaluating the effect of a strength and conditioning program to improve paramedic candidates’ physical readiness for duty
DP Armstrong, KE Sinden, J Sendsen, RS MacPhee, SL Fischer
Work 63 (4), 623-633, 2019
72019
Is deep squat movement strategy related to floor-to-waist height lifting strategy: implications for physical employment testing
DP Armstrong, CEE Pegg, SL Fischer
Ergonomics 63 (2), 152-162, 2020
52020
Quantifying how functional and structural personal factors influence biomechanical exposures in paramedic lifting tasks
DP Armstrong, TAC Beach, SL Fischer
Ergonomics, 1-16, 2023
42023
The influence of increased passive stiffness of the trunk and hips on balance control during reactive stepping
SP Pretty, DP Armstrong, TB Weaver, AC Laing
Gait & Posture 72, 51-56, 2019
42019
Exploring the prospective efficacy of waste bag-body contact allowance to reduce biomechanical exposure in municipal waste collection
CAB Moore, DP Armstrong, SL Fischer
Applied Ergonomics 90, 103182, 2021
22021
Body configuration as a predictor of centre of mass displacement in a forward reactive step
DP Armstrong, SP Pretty, TB Weaver, AC Laing
Human Movement Science 66, 292-300, 2019
22019
Differential effects of sex on upper body kinematics and kinetics during fatiguing, Asymmetric lifting
MR Cardoso, DP Armstrong, SL Fischer, WJ Albert
Applied Ergonomics 116, 104203, 2024
12024
Sensitivity of principal component analysis outcomes to data pre-processing conditions when quantifying trial-to-trial variability in whole-body kinematics
DP Armstrong, SL Fischer
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 1-13, 2024
2024
Factors influencing the likelihood of females passing the Ottawa paramedic physical ability test
AL Malone, DP Armstrong, RS MacPhee, SL Fischer
Applied Ergonomics 116, 104187, 2024
2024
Determining whether biomechanical variables that describe common ‘safe lifting’cues are associated with low back loads
DP Armstrong, JB Davidson, SL Fischer
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 102867, 2024
2024
The Influence of Contextual and Theoretical Expertise on Generic and Occupation-Specific Lifting Strategy
DP Armstrong, TAC Beach, SL Fischer
Human Factors, 00187208231223429, 2024
2024
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