Doctoral candidate - defence: June 2, 2017
Master of Science — Biomechanics (2001), University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Cost-effective measurement strategies for assessing physical exposures.
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Cost-effective measurement of physical exposure data during work.
My PhD thesis focuses on quantifying aspects of validity and variability of three commonly employed measurement tools used to assess (occupational) exposures – electromyography (measurement of force/load), inclinometry (measurement of posture), and observation (measurement of posture) - and to provide recommendations to minimise systematic and random components of measurement error in future studies utilising said key tools.