Kathryn Sinden
Kathryn Sinden
Assistant Professor, Lakehead University
Verified email at lakeheadu.ca
TitleCited byYear
A qualitative study on the experiences of female firefighters
K Sinden, J MacDermid, S Buckman, B Davis, T Matthews, C Viola
Work 45 (1), 97-105, 2013
A systematic review of prognostic factors for return to work following work-related traumatic hand injury
Q Shi, K Sinden, JC MacDermid, D Walton, R Grewal
Journal of hand therapy 27 (1), 55-62, 2014
An analysis of functional shoulder movements during task performance using Dartfish movement analysis software
L Khadilkar, JC MacDermid, KE Sinden, TR Jenkyn, TB Birmingham, ...
International journal of shoulder surgery 8 (1), 1, 2014
Gender differences in fatigability and muscle activity responses to a short-cycle repetitive task
D Srinivasan, KE Sinden, SE Mathiassen, JN Côté
European journal of applied physiology 116 (11-12), 2357-2365, 2016
Are work organization interventions effective in preventing or reducing work-related musculoskeletal disorders? A systematic review of the literature
SR Stock, N Nicolakakis, M Vezina, N Vezina, L Gilbert, A Turcot, ...
Reliability of zephyr bioharness and fitbit charge measures of heart rate and activity at rest, during the modified Canadian aerobic fitness test, and recovery
G Nazari, JC MacDermid, KE Sinden, J Richardson, A Tang
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 33 (2), 559-571, 2019
Psychometric properties of the Zephyr bioharness device: a systematic review
G Nazari, P Bobos, JC MacDermid, KE Sinden, J Richardson, A Tang
BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 10 (1), 6, 2018
Does the knowledge-to-action (KTA) framework facilitate physical demands analysis development for firefighter injury management and return-to-work planning?
K Sinden, JC MacDermid
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 24 (1), 146-159, 2014
Identifying the critical physical demanding tasks of paramedic work: Towards the development of a physical employment standard
SL Fischer, KE Sinden, RS MacPhee
Applied ergonomics 65, 233-239, 2017
Relative contribution of lower body work as a biomechanical determinant of spine sparing technique during common paramedic lifting tasks
PJ Makhoul, KE Sinden, RS MacPhee, SL Fischer
Journal of applied biomechanics 33 (2), 137-143, 2017
Identifying occupational attributes of jobs performed after spinal cord injury: implications for vocational rehabilitation
KE Sinden, KAM Ginis, SHAPE-SCI Research Group
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 36 (3), 196-204, 2013
The relationship between physical fitness and simulated firefighting task performance
G Nazari, JC MacDermid, KE Sinden, TJ Overend
Rehabilitation research and practice 2018, 2018
Prevalence and distribution of musculoskeletal disorders in firefighters are influenced by age and length of service
A Negm, J MacDermid, K Sinden, R D'Amico, M Lomotan, NJ MacIntyre
Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health 3 (2), 33-41, 2017
Evaluating the reliability of a marker-less, digital video analysis approach to characterize fire-fighter trunk and knee postures during a lift task: a proof-of-concept study
KE Sinden, JC MacDermid, TR Jenkyn, S Moll, RD Amico
Journal of Ergonomics 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
Survey of kinesiologists’ functional capacity evaluation practice in Canada
KE Sinden, TL McGillivary, E Chapman, SL Fischer
Work 56 (4), 571-580, 2017
Comparison of Canadian firefighters and healthy controls based on submaximal fitness testing and strength considering age and gender
G Nazari, JC MacDermid, KE Sinden, TJ Overend
International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics 25 (1), 1-7, 2019
Two-month point prevalence of exposure to critical incidents in firefighters in a single fire service
JC Macdermid, G Nazari, C Rashid, K Sinden, N Carleton, H Cramm
Work 62 (3), 477-483, 2019
Prevalence and distribution of musculoskeletal disorders in firefighters are influenced by age and tenure
Age 42, 9.7, 2016
Identifying Determinants of Firefighter Work Health and Task Performance: Implications for Injury Management
KE Sinden
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, 1-11, 2019
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