NIHR Clinical Lecturer and Research Physiotherapist
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 0191 208 3837
- Address: Stroke Research Group,
Institute of Neuroscience and
Newcastle University Institute for Ageing
3-4 Claremont Terrace
Newcastle upon Tyne
My current role as an NIHR Clinical Lecturer allows me to lead on two research programmes investigating physical activity and gait after stroke, whilst continuing to practise as a physiotherapist in stroke care at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. My role as a clinical academic allows to create and deliver complex research rpogrammes informed by my clinical experience. I am passionate about improving the patient experience after stroke and embedding research into clinical practice.
Areas of expertise: stroke rehabilitation research, physical activity and exercise
My research focuses on stroke rehabilitation with a specialist interest in the fields of physical activity and exercise after stroke and gait rehabilitation. I was awarded an NIHR Clinical Lectureship in April 2016 which will allow me to explore participation in long-term physical activity after stroke. I have also recently been awarded a Stroke Association project grant which will investigate auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait and physical activity after stroke.
My PhD focused on physical activity and the impact of cardiovascular exercise on brain atrophy and blood flow, metabolism, function and quality of life after stroke. This work led to the development of the Newcastle Fitness after Stroke service in collaboration with Newcastle City Council. The findings of my PhD have led to the research programme I will conduct as part of my Clinical Lectureship which will utilise a co-design approach to develop an intervention to enable long-term participation in physical activity post-stroke.
To enable the measurement of physical activity and temporal and spatial aspects of gait after stroke during my two research programmes I am currently collaborating with the Brain and Movement group at Newcastle University to explore the accuracy of using a single tri-axial accelerometer and related algorithms to measure these variables. I am also involved in another Stroke Association grant: WAVES, where the impact of an accelerometer-based device providing feedback on levels of upper limb movement is being trialled with people with stroke.
Alongside research interests in stroke I have been an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist since 2009 which has enabled me to lead and assist on a number of exercise research trials with participants with a range of chronic conditions including: non-alcoholic fatty liver disease; diabetes; mitochondrial disease and sarcopenia. My skills as a clinical exercise specialist include maximal progressive exercise testing with collection of expired gases and 12 lead ECG, measurement of cardiac function using bioreactance and bioimpedance, metabolic testing, risk stratification, exercise prescription and implementation, objective and subjective measurement of physical activity and exercise counselling. This skill set supplements my 17 years experience as a physiotherapist and diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders.
- Moore SA, Hallsworth K, Jakovljevic DG, Blamire AM, He JB, Ford GA, Rochester L, Trenell MI. Effects of Community Exercise Therapy on Metabolic, Brain, Physical, and Cognitive Function Following Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial. Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair 2015, 29(7), 623-635.
- Jakovljevic DG, Moore SA, Tan LB, Rochester L, Ford GA, Trenell MI. Discrepancy between cardiac and physical functional reserves in stroke. Stroke 2012, 43, 1422-1425.
- Jakovljevic DG, Moore SA, Trenell MI. Response to Letter Regarding Article, "Discrepancy Between Cardiac and Physical Functional Reserves in Stroke". Stroke 2012, 43(9), E92-E92.
- Moore SA, Hallsworth K, Bluck LJC, Ford GA, Rochester L, Trenell MI. Measuring Energy Expenditure After Stroke Validation of a Portable Device. Stroke 2012, 43(6), 1660-1662.
- Hallsworth K, Fattakhova G, Hollingsworth KG, Thoma C, Moore S, Taylor R, Day CP, Trenell MI. Resistance exercise reduces liver fat and its mediators in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease independent of weight loss. Gut 2011, 60(9), 1278-1283.
- Hallsworth K, Thoma C, Moore S, Ploetz T, Anstee QM, Taylor R, Day CP, Trenell MI. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is associated with higher levels of objectively measured sedentary behaviour and lower levels of physical activity than matched healthy controls. Frontline Gastroenterology 2014, 1-8.
- Jakovljevic DG, Moore S, Hallsworth K, Fattakhova G, Thoma C, Trenell MI. Comparison of cardiac output determined by bioimpedance and bioreactance methods at rest and during exercise. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing 2012, 26(2), 63-68.
- Hallsworth K, Thoma C, Moore S, Taylor R, Day CP, Trenell MI. Physical activity levels are lower in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease than matched healthy controls. In: Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference. 2012, Glasgow, UK.
- Moore S, Hallsworth K, Jakovljevic D, Blamire A, He J, Ford G, Rochester L, Trenell M. Effects of exercise therapy on metabolic risk factors, brain atrophy and cerebral blood flow following stroke: A randomised controlled trial. In: UK Stroke Forum 2014. 2014, Harrogate: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia.
- Moore SA, Jakovljevic DG, Ford GA, Rochester L, Trenell MI. The effect of a community exercise intervention on physiological and physical function following stroke: a randomized, controlled trial. In: UK Stroke Forum 2012 Conference. 2012, Harrogate, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
- Newton JL, Pairman J, Hallsworth K, Moore S, Ploetz T, Trenell MI. Physical activity intensity but not sedentary activity is reduced in chronic fatigue syndrome and is associated with autonomic regulation. QJM 2011, 104(8), 681-687.
- Hallsworth K, Fattakhova G, Hollingsworth KG, Thoma C, Moore S, Taylor R, Day CP, Trenell MI. Resistance exercise improves liver fat and glucose control in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In: Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference. 2011, London, UK.
- Hallsworth K, Fattakhova G, Hollingsworth KG, Thoma C, Moore S, Day CP, Taylor R, Trenell MI. Resistance exercise improves liver fat and glucose control in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In: 47th Annual Meeting of the European-Association-for-the-Study-of-Diabetes (EASD). 2011, Lisbon, Portugal: EASD.
- Hallsworth K, Fattakhova G, Hollingsworth KG, Thoma C, Moore S, Taylor R, Day CP, Trenell MI. Resistance exercise improves liver fat and glucose control in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Congress. 2011, Liverpool, UK.
- Moore SA, Jakovljevic DG, Ford GA, Rochester L, Trenell MI. Exercise induces peripheral muscle but not cardiac output adaptations after stroke. A randomised controlled pilot trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016, 97(4), 596-603.
- Moore S, Hickey A, Lord S, Trenell M, Godfrey A, Rochester L. Quantification of stroke gait characteristics using a single tri-axial accelerometer: first steps towards comprehensive free-living gait assessment. In: The 2nd European Stroke Organisation Conference 2016. 2016, Barcelona, Spain: Sage Journals.
- Moore SA, Da Silva R, Balaam M, Brkic L, Jackson D, Jamieson D, Ploetz T, Rodgers H, Shaw L, van Wijck F, Price C. Wristband Accelerometers to motiVate arm Exercise after Stroke (WAVES): study protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. Trials 2016, 17, 508.
- Moore S, Hallsworth K, Ploetz T, Ford GA, Rochester L, Trenell MI. Physical activity, sedentary behavior and metabolic control following stroke: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study. In: The European Stroke Organisation Annual Conference. 2015, Glasgow, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
- Moore SA. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and energy expenditure post-stroke. Moore, S. A. (2015) Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and energy expenditure post-stroke. Physical Therapy Reviews. 20 (4): 264-265 2015, 20(4), 264-265. In Preparation.
- DaSilva RH, Moore SA, Price CI. Self-directed therapy programmes for arm rehabilitationafter stroke: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation 2018, epub ahead of print.
- Moore SA, Hickey A, Lord S, Del Din S, Godfrey A, Rochester L. Comprehensive measurement of stroke gait characteristics with a single accelerometer in the laboratory and community. A feasibility, validity and reliability study. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2017, 14, 130.
- Moore SA, Hrisos N, Avery L, Errington L, Flynn D. Interventions targeting long-term physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour in stroke survivors: a systematic review of intervention components and behaviour change strategies. In: 12th UK Stroke Forum. 2017, Liverpool: Sage.
- McCoy J, Bates M, Eggett C, Siervo M, Cassidy S, Newman J, Moore SA, Gorman G, Trenell MI, Velicki L, Seferovic PM, Cleland JGF, MacGowan GA, Turnbull DM, Jakovljevic DG. Pathophysiology of exercise intolerance in chronic diseases: the role of diminished cardiac performance in mitochondrial and heart failure patients. Open Heart 2017, 4, e000632.
- Da Silva RH, Moore S, Jamieson D, Balaam M, Brittain K, Brkic L, Ploetz T, Rodgers H, Shaw L, van Wijck F, Price C. Wrist worn accelerometers with vibrating-alert to prompt exercises after stroke (WAVES). In: 2nd European Stroke Organisation Conference 2016. 2016, Barcelona, Spain: Sage Journals.
- Da Silva R, Rodgers H, Shaw L, van Wijck F, Moore SA, Jackson D, Francis R, Sutcliffe L, Balaam M, Ploetz T, Brkic L, Price CI. Wristband accelerometers to motivate arm exercise after stroke (WAVES): Activity data from a pilot randomised controlled trial. In: 12th World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2018, Paris: Elsevier Masson SAS.
- Moore SA. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and energy expenditure post-stroke. Physical Therapy Reviews 2015, 20(4), 264-265.