Mrs Lauren Arundell

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Casual Academic

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Exercise & Nut. Sci.

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise & Sport Science), Deakin University, 2007

Contact

lauren.arundell@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 68383, 95301

Research interests

Lauren's research interests focus on childrens physical activity and sedentary behaviours. She is particularly focused on the intrapersonal, social and physical influences on childrens behaviours during the after-school critical window period.

Conferences

Arundell L, Ridgers N, Veitch J, Salmon J, Hinkley T, Timperio A. Oral presentation: Changes in after-school physical activity and sedentary behaviour over five years. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), Gent, Netherlands. 22-25 May 2013.

Arundell L, Salmon J, Veitch J, Hume C. Oral presentation: Associations between children’s after-school activity preference and after-school physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Australasian Society for Behavioural  Health and Medicine (ASBHM), Melbourne, Australia 8-10th February 2012.

Arundell L, Salmon J, Veitch J, Hume C. Oral presentation: Children’s health behaviours during the after-school period. 8th Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Higher Degree by Research Student Symposium, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 26th October 2011.

Arundell L, Salmon J, Veitch J, Hume C. Oral presentation: Children’s sedentary behaviour during the after-school period. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Fremantle, Australia. 19-22nd October 2011.

Arundell L, Salmon J, Veitch J and Hume C. Oral presentation: Children’s health behaviours during the after-school period. International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) conference, Melbourne June 2011

Arundell L, Salmon J, Veitch J, Hume C and O’Connell E. Poster Presentation: Defining the ‘after-school’ period for children’s health behaviours. International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) conference, Melbourne June 2011

Arundell L. Reliability and validity of measures to assess children’s after-school behaviours. 7th Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Higher Degree by Research Student Symposium, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 18 November 2010.

Arundell L. Children’s Physical Activity and sedentary behaviours during the after-school period: a review. 6th Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Higher Degree by Research Student Symposium, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 27 November 2009.

Arundell L, Salmon J, Hume C. (2009) Oral presentation: Influences on childrens TV viewing and outdoor play during the critical window. Seventh National Physical Activity Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 Oct, 2009.

Arundell L, Jorna M, Dunstan D, Ball K, Salmon J, Crawford D, Daly R. (2009) Poster presentation: Community-based strength training in adults with or at risk of type 2 diabetes - The Strength Training Ongoing (STRONG) study: Outline of methods. Seventh National Physical Activity Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 Oct, 2009.

Workshops:

Salmon J. Ridgers N, Timperio A and Arundell L. Objective assessment of physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Fremantle, Australia. 19-22nd October 2011.

Salmon J. Arundell L, Ridley K and Knowles R. New Technologies for Objectively Measuring Sedentary Time Seminar. Flinders University, South Australia, Australia. 29th September 2010

Awards

1. Winner: School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences Award for the Best PhD Paper for '5-year changes in afterschool physical activity and sedentary behavior'. Deakin University, 1st May 2014


2. Winner: Best Presentation, Public Health Stream. 8th Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Higher Degree by Research Student Symposium, “Children’s health behaviours during the after-school period”. Deakin University. 26th October 2011.


3. Finalist: Deakin University 3 Minute Thesis Competition. 7th July 2011


4. Winner: Faculty of Health 3 Minute Thesis Competition, Deakin University. 10th June 2011


5. Winner: School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences 3 Minute Thesis Competition, Deakin University. 18th May 2011

Publications

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2016

Associations of sedentary time patterns and TV viewing time with inflammatory and endothelial function biomarkers in children

L Gabel, Dr Nicky Ridgers, Dr Paul Della Gatta, Mrs Lauren Arundell, Prof Ester Cerin, S Robinson, Prof Robin Daly, Prof David W Dunstan, Prof Jo Salmon

(2016), Vol. 11, pp. 194-201, Pediatric obesity, Chichester, Eng., C1

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The correlates of after-school sedentary behavior among children aged 5-18 years: a systematic review

Mrs Lauren Arundell, Miss Elly Fletcher, Prof Jo Salmon, Dr Jenny Veitch, Dr Trina Hinkley

(2016), Vol. 16, pp. 58-67, BMC public health, London, Eng., C1

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2015

Contribution of the after-school period to children’s daily participation in physical activity and sedentary behaviours

Mrs Lauren Arundell, Dr Trina Hinkley, Dr Jenny Veitch, Prof Jo Salmon

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-11, PLoS One, San Francisco, Calif., C1

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2014

What helps children to move more at school recess and lunchtime? Mid-intervention results from Transform-Us! cluster-randomised controlled trial

Mine Yildirim, Mrs Lauren Arundell, Prof Ester Cerin, Valerie Carson, Dr Helen Brown, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Dr Nicky Ridgers, Saskia J. Te Velde, Mai J M Chinapaw, Prof Jo Salmon

(2014), Vol. 48, pp. 271-277, British journal of sports medicine, London, England, C1

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2013

Children's perceptions of the factors helping them to be resilient to sedentary lifestyles

Dr Jenny Veitch, Mrs Lauren Arundell, Dr Clare Hume, Prof Kylie Ball

(2013), Vol. 28, pp. 692-703, Health education research, Cary, N.C., C1

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Examination of mid-intervention mediating effects on objectively assessed sedentary time among children in the Transform-Us! Cluster-randomized controlled trial

Valerie Carson, Prof Jo Salmon, Mrs Lauren Arundell, Dr Nicky Ridgers, Prof Ester Cerin, Dr Helen Brown, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Prof Kylie Ball, Marijke Chinapaw, Mine Yildirim, Prof Robin Daly, Prof David W Dunstan, Prof David Crawford

(2013), Vol. 10, pp. 1-11, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, England, C1

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2011

A cluster-randomized controlled trial to reduce sedentary behavior and promote physical activity and health of 8-9 year olds : the transform-us! study

Prof Jo Salmon, Mrs Lauren Arundell, Dr Clare Hume, Dr Helen Brown, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Prof David W Dunstan, Prof Robin Daly, Dr Natalie Pearson, Prof Ester Cerin, Prof Marj Moodie, Ms Lauren Sheppard, Prof Kylie Ball, Sarah Bagley, Dr Mai Chin A Paw, Prof David Crawford

(2011), Vol. 11, pp. 1-14, BMC public health, London, England, C1

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