The Posthuman Walking project: The multiplicity of walking with pain in diverse landscapes of care. Project leads: Dr Shirley Chubb, University of Chichester, UK, & Dr Clair Hebron, University of Brighton, UK. Role: Partner university/researcher.
Food access and food systems mapping with people with disabilities in Nellmapius. Project leads: Dr Karien Mostert & Helga Lister, University of Pretoria, South Africa. Role: partner researcher
Current international supervision:
Ntinga, M.N. (PhD study, ongoing). “Izandla Ze-wele ziyaphilisah” A decolonial co/autoethnography of professional identity formation in South African physiotherapy. University of Cape Town, South Africa (Role: Co-supervisor).
Struthers, N. (PhD study, ongoing). Nature-based prescriptions to reduce the personal, social, environmental, and global burdens of rehabilitation. Western University, Ontario, Canada (Role: Advisory committee member).
Food access and food systems mapping with people with disabilities in Nellmapius (University of Pretoria, South Africa / project member)(Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Students combined Bachelor thesis, University of Pretoria, South Africa)
Physiotherapists experiences with the use of nature in treatment: A qualitative interviewstudy (Bachelor, UiT)
Plaisant, M. (2022). A discourse analysis of sustainability in physiotherapy (Bachelor thesis, University of Furtwangen, Germany)
Andreassen, A. & Pedersen, S. (2022). How well is Tromsø designed for supporting active transportation? (Bachelor thesis, UiT The Arctic University of Norway).
Grønvold, H. (2022). Measures for improving the environmental sustainability of Norwegian physiotherapy practice (Bachelor thesis, UiT The Arctic University of Norway).
Lund, K. & Klæboe Enevoldsen, A. (2022). How (much) is 'the social' of the biopsychosocial model represented in Norwegian physiotherapy education (Bachelor thesis, UiT The Arctic University of Norway).
Indgjerdingen, S. & Henriksen, S. (2022). Does outdoor walking have better physical and physiological effects than indoor walking on a treadmill? (Bachelor thesis, Oslo Metropolitan University)