Higher Degree by Research
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Sciences
Jess is a researcher and educator with a background in physiotherapy and epidemiology, and a particular interest in cross-disciplinary research. Jess recently completed her PhD investigating the preventable burden of musculoskeletal conditions for musicians. Her current research focuses on the relationship between biodiverse ecosystems and human health outcomes.
Date Position Institution name 2019 Research Associate University of Adelaide 2019 - 2019 Research Assistant University of Western Australia 2018 - 2018 Data Analyst University of Adelaide 2015 - 2019 Research Assistant University of Adelaide 2014 - 2019 Sessional Academic University of Adelaide 2014 - 2015 Junior Research Fellow University of Tasmania 2014 - 2015 Research Assistant University of Western Australia 2013 - 2017 Physiotherapist Surrey Downs Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic 2013 - 2014 Scientific Writer University of Adelaide 2013 - 2014 Physiotherapist St Agnes Physiotherapy 2013 - 2013 Clinical Educator University of South Australia 2012 - 2012 Tutor/ Marker/ Guest Lecturer (student placement) University of South Australia 2011 - 2013 Research Assistant University of South Australia
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2017 Scholarship Philip Ryan Doctoral Candidate Travel Grant The University of Adelaide Australia $3590 2015 Scholarship SafeWork SA WHS Supplementary Scholarship SafeWork SA — $30000 2015 Scholarship Australian Postgraduate Award Australian Government Australia — 2013 Scholarship Healthy Partnerships for the Performing Arts Grant Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare Australia $1904 2012 Research Award Physiotherapy Research Foundation Prize University of South Australia Australia $150 2012 Award Kate Gilmore Reid Prize University of South Australia Australia $500 2012 Scholarship School of Health Sciences Conference Scholarship University of South Australia Australia $1000 2012 Award Chancellor's Letter of Commendation University of South Australia Australia — 2011 Award Chancellor's Letter of Commendation University of South Australia — — 2011 Scholarship High Achiever Summer Vacation Scholarship University of South Australia Australia $1200 2010 Award Chancellor's Letter of Commendation University of South Australia Australia — 2009 Award Chancellor's Letter of Commendation University of South Australia Australia —
Date Institution name Country Title 2015 - 2019 University of Adelaide Australia PhD 2013 - 2014 University of Newcastle Australia Graduate Certificate in Clinical Epidemiology 2009 - 2012 University of South Australia Australia Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours 2005 - 2016 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Music 2005 - 2006 Australian Music Examination Board Australia Associate Diploma in Music
Year Citation 2019 Stanhope, J., Pisaniello, D., Tooher, R., & Weinstein, P. (2019). How do we assess musicians' musculoskeletal symptoms?: a review of outcomes and tools used.. Industrial health, 57(4), 454-494.
2019 Stanhope, J., Weinstein, P., & Pisaniello, D. (2019). What can musicians’ claims data reveal about their musculoskeletal conditions?. Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health, 14 pages.
2019 Stanhope, J., Tooher, R., Pisaniello, D., & Weinstein, P. (2019). Have musicians' musculoskeletal symptoms been thoroughly addressed? A systematic mapping review.. International journal of occupational medicine and environmental health, 32(3), 291-331.
2019 Stanhope, J., & Weinstein, P. (2019). Why do we need to investigate non-classical musicians to reduce the burden of musicians' musculoskeletal symptoms?. Industrial health.
2018 Stanhope, J. (2018). University woodwind students' playing-related injuries: a pilot study investigating beliefs, attitudes and prevention strategies. Australian Journal of Music Education, 52(1), 29-42. 2018 Stanhope, J., Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2018). Do natural spring waters in Australia and New Zealand affect health? A systematic review. Journal of Water and Health, 16(1), 1-13.
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2017 Stanhope, J. (2017). Effort-reward imbalance questionnaire. Occupational Medicine, 67(4), 314-315.
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2017 Stanhope, J., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2017). Health outcomes of beekeeping: a systematic review. Journal of Apicultural Research, 56(2), 100-111.
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2016 Stanhope, J. (2016). Patient health questionnaire-4. Occupational Medicine, 66(9), 760-761.
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2016 Stanhope, J. (2016). Physical performance and musculoskeletal disorders: Are musicians and sportspeople on a level playing field?. Performance Enhancement and Health, 4(1-2), 18-26.
2016 Stanhope, J. (2016). Brief Pain Inventory Review. Occupational Medicine, 66(6), 496-497.
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2016 Stanhope, J., & Milanese, S. (2016). The prevalence and incidence of musculoskeletal symptoms experienced by flautists. Occupational Medicine, 66(2), 156-163.
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2015 Stanhope, J., Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2015). Health effects of natural spring waters: a protocol for systematic reviews with a regional case example. Journal of integrative medicine, 13(6), 416-420.
2015 Stanhope, J., & Gill, R. (2015). The effectiveness of terminal feedback delivery to improve the clinical skills of pre-registration health professional students in simulated environments: A systematic review. Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-Professional Journal, 16(2), 55.
2015 Stanhope, J., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2015). The risky business of being an entomologist: a systematic review. Environmental Research, 140, 619-633.
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2014 Stanhope, J., Gregory, M., & Murphy, K. (2014). The current role of orthoptists: a systematic review. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 12(4), 1-13. 2014 Stanhope, J., Milanese, S., & Grimmer, K. (2014). University woodwind students' experiences with playing-related injuries and their management: a pilot study. Journal of Pain Research, 7, 133-148.
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2013 Stanhope, J., & Pearce, C. (2013). Role, implementation, and effectiveness of advanced allied health assistants: a systematic review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 2013(6), 423-433.
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2012 Stanhope, J., Beaton., Grimmer- Somers, K., & Morris. (2012). The role of extended scope physiotherapists in managing patients with inflammatory arthropathies: a systematic review. Open Access Rheumatology: Research and Reviews, 2012(4), 49-55.
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2012 Stanhope, J., Grimmer-Somers, K., Milanese, S., Kumar, S., & Morris, J. (2012). Extended scope physiotherapy roles for orthopedic outpatients: an update systematic review of the literature. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 5, 37-45.
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Year Citation 2012 Grimmer, K., Milanese, S., Kumar, S., Stanhope, J. L., Lizarondo, L., Beaton, K., . . . Watson, C. (2012). Tools to assist in the implementation of Extended Scope Practice Allied Health Roles Starter Pack. Adelaide.
Year Citation 2012 Grimmer-Somers, K., Morris, J., Murphy, K., Stanhope, J., & Beaton, K. (2012). THE ROLE OF EXTENDED SCOPE PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN RHEUMATOLOGY AND ORTHOPAEDICS: TWO SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS. In INTERNAL MEDICINE JOURNAL Vol. 42 (pp. 7-8). WILEY-BLACKWELL.
Year Citation 2019 Stanhope, J. L. (2019). The preventable burden of musicians' musculoskeletal conditions: a case study of Australian university music students and professional musicians. Poster session presented at the meeting of 2019 SA Safety Symposium: Major developments in WHS regulation and practice. Adelaide, Australia. 2017 Stanhope, J. L., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2017). The risky business of being an entomologist: a systematic review. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Entomological Society 48th AGM and Scientific Conference. Terrigal. 2013 Stanhope, J. L., & Gill, R. (2013). How should feedback be delivered to improve the practical skills of health professional students? A systematic review. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators Conference. Melbourne. 2012 Stanhope, J. L., Milanese, S., & Grimmer-Somers, K. (2012). Investigation of the beliefs of university woodwind students regarding playing-related musculoskeletal disorders, using the Health Belief Model. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare Conference. Sydney.
Year Citation 2012 Stanhope, J. L. (2012). The validity of Borg's CR10 scale to rate local perceived exertion in adult, high-level flautists: an exploratory study. (Undergraduate Dissertation, University of South Australia).
|2017||Philip Ryan Doctoral Candidate Travel Grant||University of Adelaide||$3590|
|2013||Health Partnerships for the Performing Arts Grant||Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare||$1904|
|2018-2019||Tutor/ Marker||Reflect, Research, Resolve||University of Adelaide|
|2017||Marker||Reflect, Research, Resolve||University of Adelaide|
|2016||Tutor/ Marker||Public Health 1A||University of Adelaide|
|2016||Tutor/ Marker||Developing a Research Proposal||University of Adelaide|
|2016||Marker||First Year MBBS Examination||University of Adelaide|
|2016||Marker||Third Year MBBS Examination||University of Adelaide|
|2015||Tutor/ Marker||Public Health 1B||University of Adelaide|
|2014-2015||Teaching Assistant||Developing a Research Proposal||University of Adelaide|
|2013||Clinical Educator||Physiotherapy Clinical Studies 101||University of South Australia|
|2012||Tutor/ Marker/ Guest Lecturer||Physiotherapy Clinical Studies 201||University of South Australia|
|2012||Marker||Acute Care||University of South Australia|
Date Role Membership Country 2018 - ongoing Member Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society Australia 2011 - ongoing Member Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare Australia 2010 - ongoing Member Golden Key Honour Society — 2009 - ongoing Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Australia
Date Topic Presented at Institution Country 2018 - ongoing Introduction to Rasch Measurement Models (and ACER's CONQUEST) — The University of Adelaide —
Review, Assessment, Editorial and Advice
Date Title Type Institution Country 2019 - ongoing The Open Public Health Journal Peer Review The Open Public Health Journal — 2019 - ongoing PeerJ Peer Review PeerJ — 2019 - ongoing Journal of Family Medicine and Disease Prevention Peer Review Journal of Family Medicine and Disease Prevention — 2019 - ongoing Applied Sciences Peer Review Applied Sciences — 2019 - ongoing BMC Health Services Research Peer Review BMC Health Services Research — 2019 - ongoing Occupational Health Southern Africa Peer Review Occupational Health Southern Africa — 2018 - ongoing International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Peer Review International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health — 2018 - ongoing Journal of Clinical Psychology Peer Review Journal of Clinical Psychology — 2018 - ongoing Austral Entomology Peer Review Austral Entomology — 2018 - ongoing Safety Peer Review Safety — 2018 - ongoing Nutrients Peer Review Nutrients — 2017 - ongoing PLoS One Peer Review PLoS One — 2017 - ongoing Perceptual and Motor Skills Peer Review Perceptual and Motor Skills — 2017 - ongoing Psychology of Music Peer Review Psychology of Music — 2016 - 2016 World Congress on Public Health Conference Review World Congress on Public Health — 2016 - ongoing Journal of Orthopedic Research and Therapy Peer Review Journal of Orthopedic Research and Therapy — 2014 - 2016 PEDro Rater Journal Review George Institute Australia 2013 - 2013 Faculty of 1000 Journal Review Faculty of 1000 — 2012 - ongoing Physiotherapy Research International Peer Review Physiotherapy Research International — 2011 - ongoing British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research Peer Review British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research —
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