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Dr Ulric Abonie

Senior Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

I am a physiotherapist with a clinical background in cardiorespiratory rehabilitation. I joined Northumbria having previously worked at the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana. Prior to this I worked as a physiotherapist in cardiorespiratory settings - Korle bu Teaching Hospital, Ghana. I have a strong passion for learning, teaching and research. My research interests are in the areas of self-management and physical activity behaviour in chronic conditions, and cardiorespiratory rehabilitation.

Ulric Abonie

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Assessment of Activity Pacing in Relation to Physical Activity and Health-Related Quality of Life in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: A Foundation for Further Intervention Development, Abonie, U., Seves, B., Hoekstra, F., Hoekstra, T., van der Woude, L., Dekker, R., Hettinga, F. 25 Feb 2021, In: International Journal of MS Care
  • Effect of a 7-week low intensity synchronous handcycling training programme on physical capacity in abled-bodied women, Abonie, U., Monden, P., van der Woude, L., Hettinga, F. 3 Jul 2021, In: Journal of Sports Sciences
  • Effects of 7-week Resistance Training on Handcycle Performance in Able-bodied Males, Abonie, U., Albada, T., Morrien, F., van der Woude, L., Hettinga, F. 11 Aug 2021, In: International Journal of Sports Medicine
  • Objectively-assessed physical activity and self-reported activity pacing in adults with multiple sclerosis: a pilot study, Abonie, U., Saxton, J., Baker, K., Hettinga, F. 16 Jun 2021, In: Clinical Rehabilitation
  • Practical and clinical approaches using pacing to improve self-regulation in special populations such as children and people with mental health or learning disabilities, Edwards, A., Abonie, U., Hettinga, F., Pyne, D., Oh, T., Polman, R. 4 May 2021, In: Journal of rehabilitation medicine. Clinical communications
  • Assessing the Use of Standardized Outcome Measures for Stroke Rehabilitation among Physiotherapists in Ghana, Agyenkwa, S., Yarfi, C., Banson, A., Kofi-Bediako, W., Abonie, U., Angmorterh, S., Ofori, E. 1 Jul 2020, In: Stroke Research and Treatment
  • Associations between Activity Pacing, Fatigue, and Physical Activity in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: A Cross Sectional Study, Abonie, U., Hoekstra, F., Seves, B., van der Woude, L., Dekker, R., Hettinga, F. 15 Jun 2020, In: Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology
  • Effect of a Tailored Activity Pacing Intervention on Fatigue and Physical Activity Behaviours in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis, Abonie, U., Hettinga, F. 22 Dec 2020, In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
  • Effects of activity pacing in patients with chronic conditions associated with fatigue complaints: a meta-analysis, Abonie, U., Sandercock, G., Heesterbeek, M., Hettinga, F. 27 Feb 2020, In: Disability and Rehabilitation
  • Optimising activity pacing to promote a physically active lifestyle in medical settings: A narrative review informed by clinical and sports pacing research, Abonie, U., Edwards, A., Hettinga, F. 3 Mar 2020, In: Journal of Sports Sciences

Qualifications

  • MSc
  • PhD
  • Physiotherapy BSc


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