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Melanie Sharman
Melanie Sharman
PhD (Public Health), University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching
MJ Sharman, AG Cresswell, S Riek
Sports medicine 36 (11), 929-939, 2006
5342006
What are the support experiences and needs of patients who have received bariatric surgery?
M Sharman, M Hensher, S Wilkinson, D Williams, A Palmer, A Venn, ...
Health Expectations 20 (1), 35-46, 2017
612017
Exploring the health-promoting potential of the “parkrun” phenomenon: what factors are associated with higher levels of participation?
V Cleland, M Nash, MJ Sharman, S Claflin
American Journal of Health Promotion 33 (1), 13-23, 2019
302019
A head-to-head comparison of the EQ-5D-5L and AQoL-8D multi-attribute utility instruments in patients who have previously undergone bariatric surgery
JA Campbell, AJ Palmer, A Venn, M Sharman, P Otahal, A Neil
The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 9 (4), 311-322, 2016
272016
Health and broader community benefit of parkrun—An exploratory qualitative study
MJ Sharman, M Nash, V Cleland
Health promotion journal of Australia 30 (2), 163-171, 2019
242019
Diverse approaches to the health economic evaluation of bariatric surgery: a comprehensive systematic review
JA Campbell, A Venn, A Neil, M Hensher, M Sharman, AJ Palmer
Obesity reviews 17 (9), 850-894, 2016
212016
The support needs of patients waiting for publicly funded bariatric surgery–implications for health service planners
MJ Sharman, AJ Venn, KA Jose, D Williams, M Hensher, AJ Palmer, ...
Clinical obesity 7 (1), 46-53, 2017
192017
Population estimates and characteristics of Australians potentially eligible for bariatric surgery: findings from the 2011–13 Australian Health Survey
MJ Sharman, MC Breslin, A Kuzminov, AJ Palmer, L Blizzard, M Hensher, ...
Australian Health Review 42 (4), 429-437, 2017
162017
Motivations for seeking bariatric surgery: the importance of health professionals and social networks
MJ Sharman, AJ Venn, M Hensher, S Wilkinson, AJ Palmer, D Williams, ...
Bariatric surgical practice and patient care 11 (3), 104-109, 2016
142016
A qualitative investigation of the health economic impacts of bariatric surgery for obesity and implications for improved practice in health economics
JA Campbell, D Ezzy, A Neil, M Hensher, A Venn, MJ Sharman, ...
Health economics 27 (8), 1300-1318, 2018
132018
Review of publicly-funded bariatric surgery policy in Australia—lessons for more comprehensive policy making
MJ Sharman, M Hensher, S Wilkinson, JA Campbell, AJ Venn
Obesity surgery 26 (4), 817-824, 2016
122016
A mixed-methods study of the demographic and behavioural correlates of walking to a more distant bus stop
BS Ragaini, MJ Sharman, A Lyth, KA Jose, L Blizzard, C Peterson, ...
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 6, 100164, 2020
62020
Understanding the gendered nature of weight loss surgery: insights from an Australian qualitative study
K Jose, A Venn, M Sharman, S Wilkinson, D Williams, D Ezzy
Health Sociology Review 26 (2), 113-127, 2017
62017
Acceptability and perceived feasibility of strategies to increase public transport use for physical activity gain–A mixed methods study
MJ Sharman, A Lyth, KA Jose, BS Ragaini, L Blizzard, FH Johnston, ...
Health promotion journal of Australia 31 (3), 504-517, 2020
52020
Childhood factors related to diverging body mass index trajectories from childhood into mid-adulthood: A mixed methods study
MJ Sharman, KA Jose, J Tian, AJ Venn, J Canary, S Banks, J Ayton, ...
Social Science & Medicine 270, 113460, 2021
42021
Characteristics associated with willingness to walk further than necessary to the bus stop: Insights for public transport-related physical activity
O Stanesby, M Morse, L Magill, K Ball, L Blizzard, S Harpur, K Jose, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 22, 101139, 2021
32021
“I love having a healthy lifestyle"–a qualitative study investigating body mass index trajectories from childhood to mid-adulthood
MJ Sharman, KA Jose, AJ Venn, S Banks, J Ayton, VJ Cleland
BMC obesity 6 (1), 1-10, 2019
32019
Socio‐demographic, behavioural and health‐related characteristics associated with active commuting in a regional Australian state: Evidence from the 2016 Tasmanian Population …
O Stanesby, M Long, K Ball, L Blizzard, F Cocker, S Greaves, S Harpur, ...
Health Promotion Journal of Australia 32, 320-331, 2021
22021
Is greater public transport use associated with higher levels of physical activity in a regional setting? Findings from a pilot study
BS Ragaini, MJ Sharman, A Lyth, KA Jose, L Blizzard, C Peterson, ...
Pilot and feasibility studies 7 (1), 1-9, 2021
12021
trips4health: Protocol of a single-blinded randomised controlled trial incentivising adults to use public transport for physical activity gain
MJ Sharman, K Ball, S Greaves, KA Jose, M Morse, CL Blizzard, G Wells, ...
Contemporary clinical trials communications 19, 100619, 2020
12020
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