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Dr Andrew Simpson

Dr Andrew Simpson

Lecturer

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • School of Sport Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences

Summary

Dr Andrew Simpson is a Lecturer in Exercise and Respiratory Physiology the University of Hull.

In 2015, Andrew was awarded a doctorate qualification, from Brunel University, for a thesis investigating the pathophysiology of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in athletes. This topic complemented his undergraduate qualification in sport and exercise science, and his clinical experience as health advisor for BUPA and respiratory physiologist at Imperial College London.

Before taking up his role at Hull, Dr Simpson completed post-doc training at the University of Manchester, investigating the role of mHealth technology in asthma self-management.

Module Leader for Conducting Science in Sport, Health and Exercise/ Module Leader for Professional Practice and Clinical Placement/ Admissions Tutor, Sport, Health and Exercise Science.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Telerehabilitation for patients who have been hospitalised with covid-19: a qualitative study

Killingback, C., Thompson, M., Nettleton, M., Hyde, L., Marshall, P., Shepherdson, J., …Simpson, A. J. (2023). Telerehabilitation for patients who have been hospitalised with covid-19: a qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation, https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2022.2159075

Group-based pulmonary telerehabilitation is feasible, safe, beneficial and well-received in patients that have been hospitalised with Covid-19

Simpson, A. J., Green, A., Nettleton, M., Hyde, L., Shepherdson, J., Killingback, C., …Crooks, M. G. (in press). Group-based pulmonary telerehabilitation is feasible, safe, beneficial and well-received in patients that have been hospitalised with Covid-19. ERJ Open Research, Article 00373-2022. https://doi.org/10.1183/23120541.00373-2022

Effectiveness of short-term isothermic-heat acclimation (4 days) on physical performance in moderately trained males

Shaw, J., Walkington, C., Cole, E., Gleadall-Siddall, D. O., Burke, R., Bray, J., …Garrett, A. T. (2022). Effectiveness of short-term isothermic-heat acclimation (4 days) on physical performance in moderately trained males. PLoS ONE, 17(11), Article e0270093. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0270093

A comparison of the knowledge and attitudes of concussion within higher and lower leagues of the community rugby union game

Oliver, B., Ashton, J., Welsby, G., & Simpson, A. (2022). A comparison of the knowledge and attitudes of concussion within higher and lower leagues of the community rugby union game. Physical Therapy in Sport, 58, 151-159. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.10.009

Errors of measurement for blood parameters, physiological and performance measures after the decay of short-term heat acclimation

Garrett, A. T., Rehrer, N. J., Patterson, M. J., Simpson, A. J., & Cotter, J. D. (2022). Errors of measurement for blood parameters, physiological and performance measures after the decay of short-term heat acclimation. Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments, 17(1), Article 5. https://doi.org/10.7771/2327-2937.1140

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Simpson welcomes applications in respiratory physiology.

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