Dr Sarah Hall



Teaching Scholar - Exercise and Nutrition Sciences


Faculty of Health


School of Exer & Nutr Sciences


Melbourne Burwood Campus


+61 3 924 45033


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Is high salt intake inducing obesity via production of cortisol? A novel working hypothesis and pilot study

Anthony Nowell, Susan Torres, Sarah Hall, Michelle Keske, David Torpy, Lewan Parker, Andrew Betik, Anne Turner

(2024), European Journal of Nutrition, Berlin, Germany, C1

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Stress system dysfunction revealed by integrating reactivity of stress pathways to psychological stress in lean and overweight/obese men

S Jayasinghe, S Hall, S Torres, A Turner

(2022), Vol. 322, pp. R144-R151, American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, Rockville, Md., C1

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Examination of the acute heart rate and salivary cortisol response to a single bout of walking in urban and green environments: A pilot study

J Veitch, A Timperio, J Salmon, S Hall, G Abbott, E Flowers, A Turner

(2022), Vol. 74, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, C1

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Physical activity, sedentary time and sleep in cystic fibrosis youth: A bidirectional relationship?

M McNarry, D Stevens, M Stone, S Roberts, S Hall, K Mackintosh

(2021), Vol. 56, pp. 450-456, Pediatric Pulmonology, United States, C1

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Psychological stress reactivity and future health and disease outcomes: A systematic review of prospective evidence

A Turner, N Smyth, S Hall, S Torres, M Hussein, S Jayasinghe, K Ball, A Clow

(2020), Vol. 114, Psychoneuroendocrinology, England, C1

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Salivary cortisol profiles of on-call from home fire and emergency service personnel

S Hall, A Turner, S Robertson, S Ferguson, B Aisbett

(2019), Vol. 22, pp. 436-445, Stress, England, C1

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The inflammatory response to simulated day and night emergency alarm mobilisations

J Tait, B Aisbett, S Hall, L Main

(2019), Vol. 14, PLoS ONE, United States, C1

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Overnight heart rate variability and next day cortisol response during simulated on-call conditions

G Vincent, S Jay, H Preece, S Hall, B Aisbett, M Baumert, M Sprajcer, L Lack, S Ferguson

(2019), Vol. 109, Psychoneuroendocrinology, England, C1

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

S Hall, S Ferguson, A Turner, S Robertson, G Vincent, B Aisbett

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

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Salivary alpha amylase in on-call from home fire and emergency service personnel

S Hall, B Aisbett, S Robertson, S Ferguson, A Turner

(2017), Vol. 6, pp. 637-646, Endocrine connections, Bradley Stok, Eng., C1

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

G Vincent, B Aisbett, S Hall, S Ferguson

(2016), Vol. 59, pp. 932-940, Ergonomics, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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

S Ferguson, J Paterson, S Hall, S Jay, B Aisbett

(2016), Vol. 33, pp. 678-684, Chronobiology International, Elsinore, DENMARK, C1

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

G Vincent, B Aisbett, S Hall, S Ferguson

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

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

S Hall, B Aisbett, J Tait, A Turner, S Ferguson, L Main

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

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Funding Sources

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

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

Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC

  • 2016: $15,000


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