Doctor Nerida Klupp

Doctor Nerida Klupp

Senior Lecturer Interprofessional Health Sciences,
Postgraduate Health Science

Biography

Dr Nerida Klupp is Senior Lecturer in Interprofessional Health Science in the School of Science and Health. Her academic background spans several disciplines. Her PhD in cardiovascular medicine was conducted through the National Institute of Complementary Medicine and she has previously lectured and researched in podiatric medicine. Dr Klupp's current teaching and research interests include evidence-based healthcare, interprofessional education, ethics, and health intervention research methodology.

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Qualifications

  • PhD University of Western Sydney
  • BAppScPod (Hons) University of Western Sydney
  • DipAppSc(Pod) Queensland University of Technology

Professional Memberships

  • Member of National Institute of Complementary Medicine (NICM) (2014 - 2014)
  • Member of Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) (2014)
  • Member of International Society for Evidence-based Healthcare (ISEHC) (2014)

Awards

  • University Medal, University of Western Sydney 2002-04-30
  • Australian Postgraduate Award 2005-02-01

Interests

  • Cardiovascular and lifestyle-related diseases
  • Clinical trial and systematic review methodology
  • Integration of evidence-based practice in clinical reasoning
  • Interprofessional education in health science curriculum

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Postgraduate Health Science

Committees

  • Academic Literacy Steering Committee
  • School Advisory Committee
  • UWS Podiatry External Advisory Committee

Contact

Email: N.Klupp@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 4620 3759
Mobile:
Location: 24.2.08
Campbelltown

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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 400863 Foundations of Research and Evidence-Based Practice, 2014
  • 400865 Evidence-Based Practice, 2014
  • 400870 Population Health and Society, 2014
  • 400871 Professional Health Competencies, 2014
  • 400872 Honours Research Design and Methodology, 2014

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Reis, A., Saheb, R., Parish, P., Earl, A., Klupp, N. and Sperandei, S. (2021), '[In Press] How I cope at university : self-directed stress management strategies of Australian students', Stress and Health, .
  • Steiner, G., Mathersul, D., MacMillan, F., Camfield, D., Klupp, N., Seto, S., Huang, Y., Hohenberg, M. and Chang, D. (2017), 'A systematic review of intervention studies examining nutritional and herbal therapies for mild cognitive impairment and dementia using neuroimaging methods : study characteristics and intervention efficacy', Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol 2017 .
  • Chipchase, L., Davidson, M., Blackstock, F., Bye, R., Clothier, P., Klupp, N., Nickson, W., Turner, D. and Williams, M. (2017), 'Conceptualising and measuring student disengagement in higher education : a synthesis of the literature', International Journal of Higher Education, vol 6, no 2 , pp 31 - 42.
  • Yang, G., Li, W., Cao, H., Klupp, N., Liu, J., Bensoussan, A., Kiat, H. and Chang, D. (2017), 'Does Tai Chi improve psychological well-being and quality of life in patients with cardiovascular disease and/or cardiovascular risk factors? : a systematic review protocol', BMJ Open, vol 7 .
  • MacMillan, F., Karamacoska, D., El Masri, A., McBride, K., Steiner, G., Cook, A., Kolt, G., Klupp, N. and George, E. (2017), 'A systematic review of health promotion intervention studies in the police force : study characteristics, intervention design and impacts on health', Occupational and Environmental Medicine, vol 74 , pp 913 - 923.
  • Olson, R., Klupp, N. and Astell-Burt, T. (2016), 'Reimagining health professional socialisation : an interactionist study of interprofessional education', Health Sociology Review, vol 25, no 1 , pp 92 - 107.
  • Klupp, N., Kiat, H., Bensoussan, A., Steiner, G. and Chang, D. (2016), 'A double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial of Ganoderma lucidum for the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors of metabolic syndrome', Scientific Reports, vol 6 .
  • Klupp, N., Chang, D., Hawke, F., Kiat, H., Cao, H., Grant, S. and Bensoussan, A. (2015), 'Ganoderma lucidum mushroom for the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors (Review)', Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol 2 .
  • Bialocerkowski, A., Klupp, N. and Bragge, P. (2010), 'How to read and critically appraise a reliability article', International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, vol 17, no 3 , pp 114 - 120.
  • Grant, S., Bensoussan, A., Chang, D., Kiat, H., Klupp, N., Liu, J. and Li, X. (2009), 'Chinese herbal medicines for people with impaired glucose tolerance or impaired fasting blood glucose', Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol 4 , pp 1 - 106.
  • Grant, S., Bensoussan, A., Chang, D., Kiat, H., Klupp, N., Liu, J. and Li, X. (2009), 'Chinese herbal medicines for people with impaired glucose tolerance or impaired fasting blood glucose.', Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online), , no 4 .
  • Klupp, N., Chang, D., Hawke, F., Kiat, H., Grant, S. and Bensoussan, A. (2008), 'Ganoderma lucidum for the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors', Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, , no 3 .
  • Klupp, N. and Keenan, A. (2007), 'An evaluation of the reliability and validity of capillary refill time test', The Foot, vol 17, no 1 , pp 15 - 20.
  • Grant, S., Bensoussan, A., Chang, D., Kiat, H., Klupp, N. and Liu, J. (2007), 'Chinese herbal medicines for people with impaired glucose tolerance or impaired fasting blood glucose dysmenorrhoea (protocol)', Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol 2007, no 3 , pp 1 - 17.

Current research

Evaluation of evidence-based practice curriculum for interprofessional health science students. N.Klupp.

Boys (and girls) in white updated: Revisiting Becker et al.'s classic study with Australian interprofessional health science students. R.Olson & N.Klupp.

A systematic review of the impact of heat events on immigrant Australians. L.Wilson & N.Klupp.

Previous research

 Use of neuroimaging in studies evaluating complementary medicines for dementia, cognitive impairment and cognitive decline. D.Chang, G.Steiner & N.Klupp.Ganoderma lucidum for treatment of metabolic syndrome: A clinical trial. N.Klupp, D.Chang, H.Kiat & A.Bensoussan,

 Ganoderma lucidum for treatment of cardiovascular risk factors: A systematic review. N.Klupp, D.Chang, F.Hawke, H.Kiat & A.Bensoussan,

 Chinese herbal medicines for people with impaired glucose tolerance or impaired fasting blood glucose. S.Grant, A.Bensoussan, D.Chang, H.Kiat, N.Klupp & J.Liu.

 An evaluation of the validity of Doppler ultrasound for assessment of toe systolic blood pressures. A.Spencer, N.Klupp & K.Landorf.

 The effect of lignocaine with 1: 200 000 adrenaline on digital tissue perfusion of the hallux and its surgical outcome following partial nail avulsion surgery.  N.Williams, N.Klupp & P.Bowles.

 An evaluation of the validity and reliability of capillary refill time test. N.Klupp & A-M. Keenan.

 Effect of 25% urea cream and sorbolene for the treatment of cracked heels: a double blind randomised controlled trial. S.Smile, K.Landorf & N.Klupp.

 

 

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Previous Projects

Title: Validating university students' strategies to manage stress: finding consensus among evidence, expert opinion and university student perceptions
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
  • Mental Health Association NSW Inc
Western Researchers: Nerida Klupp, Arianne Reis and Rowena Saheb
Years: 2018-08-27 - 2019-07-01
ID: P00025294

Supervision

Current Supervision

Thesis Title: Effects of Tai Chi on Stress and Cardiovascular Function in People with Coronary Heart Disease and/or Hypertension
Field of Research: Other Health; Traditional Chinese Medicine

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