AsPr Brad Aisbett

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Head Of School (Teaching And Learning, Exercise And Sport Science)

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Exercise & Nut. Sci.

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Applied Science, Deakin University, 2000
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2006
Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2010

Contact

brad.aisbett@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 46474

Research interests

Dr Aisbetts research group is focussed on promoting and preserving the health, safety, and wellbeing of emergency service workers. The groups current research, supported by the Australasian Fire Authorities Council through the Bushfire Co-Operative Research Centre focuses on job‐specific fitness, fatigue, hydration and nutrition, and cardiovascular health of Australias firefighters.

Affiliations

Australian Association of Exercise and Sports Sciences Academic
National Strength and Conditioning Association
 

Teaching interests

Unit Chair HSE301 Principles of Exercise Prescription
Unit Chair HSE312 Exercise and Sport Science Practicum
Supervises four PhD students and two Honours students

 

Conferences

Invited Speaker - Tasmania Fire Service Volunteer Conference, Launceston, July 19th-20th, 2008. Invited Keynote Speaker - Queensland Fire & Rescue Services, Rural Operations Volunteer Conference, Surfair Resort, Marcoola Bay, April 11th-12th, 2008. Phillips M, Payne W, Nichols D & Aisbett B (2008). International Bushfire Research Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, September 1st-3rd. Phillips M, Abbiss CR, Payne W, Nichols D & Aisbett B (2008). International Bushfire Research Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, September 1st-3rd. Raines J, Abbiss CR, Nichols D, Snow R, & Aisbett B (2008). International Bushfire Research Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, September 1st-3rd. Phillips M, Raines J, McConell GK, Nichols D, & Aisbett B (2008). American College of Sports Medicine 55th Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 28th-31st. Phillips M, Raines J, McConell GK, Nichols D, & Aisbett B (2008). Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Annual Conference, Fitzroy, Victoria, March 27th-30th.

Professional activities

Dr Aisbett is deputy co-ordinator for Higher Degrees by Research program within the school.

He is also a reviewer for the following journals: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, and Journal of Physiological Sciences.

Awards

Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence 2010

Commendations for Excellence in Teaching 2009 - 2012

Publications

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2017

The effect of working on-call on stress physiology and sleep: a systematic review

Miss Sarah Hall, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr Anne Turner, Dr Sam Robertson, Miss Grace Vincent, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2017), Vol. 33, pp. 79-87, Sleep medicine reviews, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The impact of shiftwork on skeletal muscle health

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Dominique Condo, Miss Evelyn Zacharewicz, Dr Severine Lamon

(2017), Vol. 9, pp. 1-16, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal

Consensus on measurement properties and feasibility of performance tests for the exercise and sport sciences: a Delphi study

Dr Sam Robertson, Dr Peter Kremer, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Ms Jacqueline Tran, Prof Ester Cerin

(2017), Vol. 3, pp. 1-10, Sports medicine - open, Heidelberg, Germany, C1

journal

The impact of heat exposure and sleep restriction on firefighters' work performance and physiology during simulated wildfire suppression

Miss Grace Vincent, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Miss Brianna Larsen, Dr Nicky Ridgers, Prof Rod Snow, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2017), Vol. 14, pp. 1-15, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal
2016

Whole-body vibration and occupational physical performance: a review

Robert Savage, Dr Daniel Billing, Alistair Furnell, Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2016), Vol. 89, pp. 181-197, International archives of occupational and environmental health, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

The impact of sleep restriction while performing simulated physical firefighting work on cortisol and heart rate responses

Mr Alex Wolkow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr John Reynolds, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr Luana Main

(2016), Vol. 89, pp. 461-475, International archives of occupational and environmental health, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

Predicting physiological capacity of human load carriage - a review

Dr Jace Drain, Dr Daniel Billing, Mr Daniel NEESHAM-SMITH, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2016), Vol. 52, pp. 85-94, Applied ergonomics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The injury profile of an Australian specialist policing unit

Miss Brianna Larsen, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr Aaron Silk

(2016), Vol. 13, pp. 1-9, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal

Sound the alarm: health and safety risks associated with alarm response for salaried and retained metropolitan firefighters

Jessica Paterson, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2016), Vol. 82, pp. 174-181, Safety science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Acute psychophysiological relationships between mood, inflammatory and cortisol changes in response to simulated physical firefighting work and sleep restriction

Mr Alex Wolkow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, A/Prof John Reynolds, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr Luana Main

(2016), Vol. 41, pp. 165-180, Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

The acute physiological stress response to an emergency alarm and mobilization during the day and at night

Miss Sarah Hall, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr Jamie Tait, Dr Anne Turner, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr Luana Main

(2016), Vol. 18, pp. 150-156, Noise & health, Mumbai, India, C1

journal

On-call work: to sleep or not to sleep? It depends

Prof Sally Ferguson, Jessica Paterson, Miss Sarah Hall, Sarah M. Jay, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2016), Vol. 33, pp. 678-684, Chronobiology international, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal

Sleep quantity and quality is not compromised during planned burn shifts of less than 12 h

Miss Grace Vincent, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Miss Sarah Hall, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2016), Vol. 33, pp. 657-666, Chronobiology international, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal

The effects of military body armour on trunk and hip kinematics during performance of manual handling tasks

Mr Gavin Lenton, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr Daniel NEESHAM-SMITH, Alvaro Carvajal, Dr Kevin Netto

(2016), Vol. 59, pp. 806-812, Ergonomics, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal

Firefighters' physical activity across multiple shifts of planned burn work

Miss Stephanie Chappel, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Miss Grace Vincent, Dr Nicky Ridgers

(2016), Vol. 13, pp. 1-10, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal

Expectation of a loud alarm is not associated with changes in on-call sleep in the laboratory

Sarah M. Jay, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2016), Vol. 14, pp. 279-285, Sleep and biological rhythms, Tokyo, Japan, C1

journal

Psychophysiological relationships between a multi-component self-report measure of mood, stress and behavioural signs and symptoms, and physiological stress responses during a simulated firefighting deployment

Mr Alex Wolkow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr John Reynolds, Dr Luana Main

(2016), Vol. 110, pp. 109-118, International journal of psychophysiology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Associations between firefighters' physical activity across multiple shifts of wildfire suppression

Miss Grace Vincent, Dr Nicky Ridgers, Prof Sally Ferguson, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2016), Vol. 59, pp. 924-931, Ergonomics, London, Eng., C1

journal
2015

Sleeping at work: not all about location, location, location

Sarah M. Jay, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Ms Madeline Sprajcer, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2015), Vol. 19, pp. 59-66, Sleep medicine reviews, Paris, France, C1

journal

Fluid intake, hydration, work physiology of wildfire fighters working in the heat over consecutive days

Ms Jennifer Kate Raines, Prof Rod Snow, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 59, pp. 554-565, Annals of occupational hygiene, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal

Sleep restriction during simulated wildfire suppression: effect on physical task performance

Miss Grace Vincent, Prof Sally Ferguson, Miss Jacqueline Tran, Miss Brianna Larsen, Mr Alex Wolkow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-16, PLoS One, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal

Effects of work-related sleep restriction on acute physiological and psychological stress responses and their interactions: A review among emergency service personnel

Mr Alex Wolkow, Prof Sally Ferguson, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Luana Main

(2015), Vol. 28, pp. 183-208, International journal of occupational medicine and environmental health, Warsaw, Poland, C1

journal

The impact of sleep restriction and simulated physical firefighting work on acute inflammatory stress responses

Mr Alex Wolkow, Prof Sally Ferguson, Miss Grace Vincent, Miss Brianna Larsen, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Luana Main

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-17, PLoS one, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal

Multiple days of heat exposure on firefighters' work performance and physiology

Miss Brianna Larsen, Prof Rod Snow, Miss Grace Vincent, Miss Jacqueline Tran, Mr Alex Wolkow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-16, PLoS One, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal

Effect of heat on firefighters' work performance and physiology

Miss Brianna Larsen, Prof Rod Snow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 53, pp. 1-8, Journal of thermal biology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Simulated firefighting task performance and physiology under very hot conditions

Miss Brianna Larsen, Prof Rod Snow, Michael Williams-Bell, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 6, pp. 1-9, Frontiers in physiology, Lausanne, Switzerland, C1

journal

Oxygen uptake and heart rate during simulated wildfire suppression tasks performed by Australian rural firefighters

Mr Matthew Phillips, Warren R. Payne, Dr Kevin Netto, Shane Cramer, Mr David Nichols, Dr Glenn McConell, Cara Lord, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 3, pp. 1-8, Occupational medicine & health affairs, Los Angeles, Calif., C1

journal

Frequency, intensity, time and type of tasks performed during wildfire suppression

Mr Matthew Phillips, Dr Kevin Netto, Warren R. Payne, Mr David Nichols, Cara Lord, Neil Brooksbank, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2015), Vol. 3, pp. 1-9, Occupational medicine & health affairs, Los Angeles, Calif., C1

journal

Influence of pacing on reliability of middle-distance cycling performance

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Peter Le Rossignol, Dr Glenn McConell, A/Prof Damien Jolley, Chris R. Abbiss, Prof Rod Snow

(2015), Vol. 4, pp. 3-8, Journal of science and cycling, Pulianas-Granada, Spain, C1

journal

Relationships between inflammatory cytokine and cortisol responses in firefighters exposed to simulated wildfire suppression work and sleep restriction

Mr Alex Wolkow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, A/Prof John Reynolds, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr Luana Main

(2015), Vol. 3, pp. 1-14, Physiological reports, London, Eng., C1

journal

Fighting fire and fatigue: sleep quantity and quality during multi-day wildfire suppression

Miss Grace Vincent, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Miss Sarah Hall, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2015), Vol. 59, pp. 932-940, Ergonomics, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal
2014

Trunk postures and upper-body muscle activation during physically demanding wildfire suppression tasks

Mr Daniel NEESHAM-SMITH, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Kevin Netto

(2014), Vol. 57, pp. 86-92, Ergonomics, Abigndon, Eng., C1

journal

Coronary heart disease risk in volunteer firefighters in Victoria, Australia

Mr Alex Wolkow, Dr Kevin Netto, Peter Langridge, Jeff Green, Mr David Nichols, Michael Sergeant, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2014), Vol. 69, pp. 112-120, Archives of environmental and occupational health, Abingdon , Eng., C1

journal

Firefighter feedback during active cooling: A useful tool for heat stress management?

Mr Robbie Savage, Miss Cara Lord, Miss Brianna Larsen, Tegan Knight, Peter Langridge, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2014), Vol. 46, pp. 65-71, Journal of Thermal Biology, Oxford, United Kingdom, C1

journal

Task-specific effects of modular body armor.

Miss Brianna Larsen, Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2014), Vol. 179, pp. 428-434, Military Medicine, Bethesda, Md, United States, C1

journal
2013

Muscle activation during the Pack Hike test and a critical wildfire fighting task

Dr Kevin Netto, Miss Cara Lord, Dr Aaron Petersen, Mr James Janssen, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2013), Vol. 44, pp. 274-277, Applied ergonomics, Doetinchem, Netherlands, C1

journal

The effect of prescribed fluid consumption on physiology and work behavior of wildfire fighters

Ms Jennifer Kate Raines, Prof Rod Snow, Dr Aaron Petersen, Jack T. Harvey, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2013), Vol. 44, pp. 404-413, Applied ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Validity of an upper-body-mounted accelerometer to measure peak vertical and resultant force during running and change-of-direction tasks

Mr Daniel Wundersitz, Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, A/Prof Paul Gastin

(2013), Vol. 12, pp. 403-412, Sports Biomechanics, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal

A survey to identify physically demanding tasks performed during storm damage operations by Australian State Emergency Services personnel

Miss Brianna Larsen, Tony Graham, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2013), Vol. 44, pp. 128-133, Applied ergonomics, London, UK, C1

journal

The effectiveness of health interventions in cardiovascular risk reduction among emergency service personnel

Mr Alex Wolkow, Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2013), Vol. 86, pp. 245-260, International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

Validation of GPS and accelerometer technology in swimming

Emma Beanland, Dr Luana Main, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, A/Prof Paul Gastin, Dr Kevin Netto

(2013), Vol. 17, pp. 234-238, Journal of science and medicine in sport, Chatswood, NSW, C1

journal

Cardiovascular risk screening of volunteer firefighters

Mr Alex Wolkow, Dr Kevin Netto, Peter Langridge, Jeff Green, Mr David Nichols, Michael Sergeant, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2013), pp. 170-184, Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2012 Conference Research Forum, Perth, W.A., E1-1

conference

Assessing the validity of tympanic temperature to predict core temperature of firefighters in different environmental conditions

Peter Langridge, Miss Anna Ruzic, Miss Brianna Larsen, Cara Lord, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2013), pp. 150-159, Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2012 Conference Research Forum, Perth, W.A., E1-1

conference
2012

Pre-shift fluid intake: effect on physiology work and drinking during emergency wildfire fighting

Ms Jennifer Kate Raines, Prof Rod Snow, Dr Aaron Petersen, Jack T. Harvey, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 43, pp. 532-540, Applied ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Predicting neck pain in Royal Australian Air Force fighter pilots

Mr Bennett Tucker, Dr Kevin Netto, Gregory Hampson, Brett Oppermann, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 177, pp. 444-450, Miltary medicine, Bethesda, Md., C1

journal

Performance score variation between days at Australian national and Olympic women's artistic gymnastics competition

Elizabeth J. Bradshaw, Patria Hume, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 30, pp. 193-201, Journal of sports sciences, Oxon, England, C1

journal

Identification of physically demanding tasks performed during bushfire suppression by Australian rural firefighters

Mr Matthew Phillips, Warren R. Payne, Miss Cara Lord, Dr Kevin Netto, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 43, pp. 435-441, Applied ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Validating 'fit for duty' tests for Australian volunteer fire fighters suppressing bushfires

Miss Cara Lord, Dr Kevin Netto, Dr Aaron Petersen, Mr David Nichols, Dr Jace Drain, Mr Matthew Phillips, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 43, pp. 191-197, Applied ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal

'Awake, smoky and hot' : providing an evidence-base for managing the risks associated with occupational stressors encountered by wildland firefighters

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr Alex Wolkow, Ms Madeline Sprajcer, Prof Sally Ferguson

(2012), Vol. 43, pp. 916-925, Applied ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Subjective job task analyses for physically demanding occupations : what is best practice?

Miss Brianna Larsen, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 55, pp. 1266-1277, Ergonomics, Essex, England, C1

journal

Body armor, performance, and physiology during repeated high-intensity work tasks

Miss Brianna Larsen, Dr Kevin Netto, Mr Daniel Skovli, Prof Kim Vincs, Sarah Vu, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), Vol. 177, pp. 1308-1315, Miltary medicine, Bethesda, Md., C1

journal

Curate, promote, network, mentor: using Web 2.0 tools to guide postgraduate students and support researchers in training

Miss Jacqueline Tran, Dr Luana Main, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), pp. 1-1, Deakin Teaching and Learning Conference 2012, Melbourne, Vic., E1-1

conference

The stress of fire fighting - implications for long term health outcomes

Dr Luana Main, Ms Jennifer Kate Raines, Dr Paul Della Gatta, Mr Alex Wolkow, Prof Rod Snow, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2012), pp. 160-169, AFAC & Bushfire CRC Conference Research Forum 2012 : Proceedings of the Bushfire CRC & AFAC Research Forum 2012, Melbourne, Vic., E1-1

conference
2011

Frequency, intensity and duration of physical tasks performed by Australian rural firefighters during bushfire suppression

Mr Matthew Phillips, Dr Kevin Netto, Warren R. Payne, Mr David Nichols, Miss Cara Lord, Neil Brooksbank, Ms Katrina Onus, Miss Sarah Jefferies, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2011), pp. 205-213, Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day, East Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Design of a valid simulation for researching physical, physiological and cognitive performance in volunteer firefighters during bushfire deployment.

Prof Sally Ferguson, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Sarah M. Jay, Ms Katrina Onus, Miss Cara Lord, Ms Madeline Sprajcer, Matthew J. W. Thomas

(2011), pp. 196-204, Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day, East Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Prescribed fluid consumption and its effects on the physiology and work behaviour of Australian wildland firefighters

Ms Jennifer Kate Raines, Prof Rod Snow, Dr Aaron Petersen, Jack T. Harvey, Ms Katrina Onus, Miss Sarah Jefferies, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2011), pp. 248-257, Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day, East Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Pack hike test finishing time for Australian firefighters : pass rates and correlates of performance

Mr Matthew Phillips, Dr Aaron Petersen, Chris R. Abbiss, Dr Kevin Netto, Warren R. Payne, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2011), Vol. 42, pp. 411-418, Applied ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal

The effect of body armor on performance, thermal stress, and exertion : a critical review

Miss Brianna Larsen, Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2011), Vol. 176, pp. 1265-1273, Military medicine : international journal of A M S U S, Bethesda, Md., C1

journal

Management of neck injury in Royal Australian Air Force fast jet aircrew

Dr Kevin Netto, Gregory Hampson, Brett Oppermann, Greg Carstairs, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2011), Vol. 176, pp. 106-109, Military medicine, Bethesda, Md., C1

journal
2010

Neck strength recovery after a single bout of specific strengthening exercise

Dr Kevin Netto, Greg Carstairs, Dr Dawson Kidgell, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2010), Vol. 11, pp. 75-80, Physical therapy in sport, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Validation of accelerometer data for measuring impacts during jumping and landing tasks

Miss Jacqueline Tran, Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, A/Prof Paul Gastin

(2010), pp. 1-4, Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports (2010), Konstanz, Germany, E1

conference

Reliability and variability of day-to-day vault training measures in artistic gymnastics

Elizabeth J. Bradshaw, Patria Hume, Mark Calton, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2010), Vol. 9, pp. 79-97, Sports biomechanics, Oxfordshire, England, C1

journal

Validity and relevance of the pack hike wildland firefighter work capacity test: a review

Dr Aaron Petersen, Warren R. Payne, Mr Matthew Phillips, Dr Kevin Netto, Mr David Nichols, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2010), Vol. 53, pp. 1276-1285, Ergonomics, Oxford, England, C1

journal
2009

Reliability of a gymnastics vaulting feedback system

Elizabeth J. Bradshaw, Patria Hume, Mark Calton, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2009), pp. 1-4, Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports (2009), Konstanz, Germany, E1-1

conference

Influence of all-out and fast start on 5 min cycling time trial performance

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Peter Le Rossignol, G McConell, Chris R. Abbiss, Prof Rod Snow

(2009), Vol. 41, pp. 1965-1971, Medicine and science in sports and exercise, Baltimore, Md., C1-1

journal

Effects of starting strategy on 5-min cycling time-trial performance

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Peter Le Rossignol, G McConell, Chris R. Abbiss, Prof Rod Snow

(2009), Vol. 27, pp. 1201-1209, Journal of sports sciences, London, England, C1

journal
2007

Fighting fatigue whilst fighting bushfire : an overview of factors contributing to firefighter fatigue during bushfire suppression

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr David Nichols

(2007), Vol. 22, pp. 31-39, The Australian journal of emergency management, Mt. Macedon, Vic., C1-1

journal

Fighting with fire : how bushfire suppression can impact on fire fighters' health

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr Matthew Phillips, Michael Sargeant, Barry Gilbert, Mr David Nichols

(2007), Vol. 36, pp. 994-997, Australian family physician, South Melbourne, Vic, C1-1

journal
2006

Visual guidance during competition performance and run-through training in long jumping

Elizabeth J. Bradshaw, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2006), Vol. 5, pp. 1-14, Sports biomechanics, Oxfordshire, England, C1-1

journal
2004

Visual regulation during competition long jumps and run-throughs

Elizabeth J. Bradshaw, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

(2004), pp. 233-236, ISBS 2004 : Proceedings of the 22nd International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, Ottawa, Canada, E1-1

conference
2003

The influence of pacing during 6-minute supra-maximal cycle ergometer performance

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Peter Le Rossignol, William (Tony) Sparrow

(2003), Vol. 6, pp. 187-198, Journal of science and medicine in sport, Belconnen, A.C.T., C1

journal

Estimating the total energy demand for supra-maximal exercise using the VO2-power regression from an incremental exercise test

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Peter Le Rossignol

(2003), Vol. 6, pp. 343-347, Journal of science and medicine in sport, Chatswood, N.S.W., C1-1

journal

Grants

Other Public Sector Funding

Operational readiness of rural firefighters during bushfire suppression

A/Prof Brad Aisbett

  • 2014: $170,000
  • 2013: $22,128
  • 2012: $132,577
  • 2011: $55,295
  • 2010: $10,000

Physical selection test development and validation for Australia Rural fire fighters

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Miss Cara Walker, Prof Rod Snow

  • 2013: $10,000
  • 2012: $10,000
  • 2011: $10,000

Extended Wakefulness and work physiology of wildland firefighters

A/Prof Brad Aisbett

  • 2014: $10,000
  • 2013: $10,000
  • 2012: $10,000

Work pacing for Australian rural firefighters during simualted bushfire suppression

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Prof Rod Snow, Miss Brianna Larsen

  • 2014: $28,000
  • 2013: $28,000
  • 2012: $28,000

The Effects of Military Vehicle Transit on the Physical Performance and Musculoskeletal Health of Military Personnel

Dr Kevin Netto, A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Mr Robert Savage

  • 2013: $25,000

Physical Load Assessment of Home and Community Care Support Workforce

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Prof Kim Vincs

  • 2015: $6,000
  • 2013: $54,000

Tasmanian Fire Service, Evaluation of Pre-employment physical standards

Mr Aaron Silk, A/Prof Brad Aisbett

  • 2013: $6,240

Enhancing emergency incident management

A/Prof Brad Aisbett

  • 2014: $83,119

Assessment of physical activity patterns and the physical demands placed on nursing staff at Eastern Health

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Prof Julie Considine

  • 2017: $5,375
  • 2016: $9,375

The stress and sleep of on-call fire and emergency service workers - Sarah Hall

A/Prof Brad Aisbett, Dr Anne Turner, Prof Sally Ferguson, Dr Sam Robertson, Ms Sarah Hall

  • 2016: $15,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2015

Brianna Larsen

Thesis entitled: Simulated Self-Paced Wildfire Suppression Work in Different Thermal Conditions

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Grace Vincent

Thesis entitled: Fighting fires and fatigue: sleep, physical activity, and physical task performance

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2014

Jennifer Kate Raines

Thesis entitled: Fluid intake, hydration and physiological strains in wildfire fighters

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Associate Supervisor
2016

Alexander Wolkow

Thesis entitled: Sleep restriction across a simulated firefighting deployment: The impact on acute stress responses

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2015

Daniel Wundersitz

Thesis entitled: Accelerometer Validity to Measure and Classify Movement in Team Sports

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (High Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2011

Matthew Phillips

Thesis entitled: Pre-cursors to Physical Employment Standards for Rural Tanker-based Bushfire Suppression Work

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences