Research collaborators

The following people have collaborated on different aspects of the NoGAPS project:

Associate Professor Warren Young (Federation University): Design, development and testing of the FootyFirst training exercises and protocols.

Dr Hugh Seward (The Australian Football League): AFL representative and champion for creating a unified national community level injury prevention program and FootyFirst.

Dr Alasdair Dempsey (Griffith University, now at Murdoch University): Design, development and testing of the FootyFirst training protocols.

Dr Clare Minahan (Griffith University): Design, development and testing of the FootyFirst training exercises and protocols.

Dr Jane Grayson (Griffith University): Design, development and testing of the FootyFirst training exercises and protocols.

Mr Jace Kelly (former High Performance Coach, Lara Football Club): Design, development and testing of the FootyFirst training exercises and protocols; FootyFirst mentor.

James Tantau (Federation University): Research Assistant.

Tim Lathlean (Monash University): Research Assistant.

Andrew Burchill (Strength and Conditioning Coach, Geelong Amateurs Football Club): FootyFirst mentor.

Dr Peta White (Federation University): data analysis and paper writing.

Dr Lauren  Fortington (Federation University): data analysis and paper writing.

Dr Muhammad Akram (Federation University): data analysis and paper writing.

Dr Anna Wong Shee (Federation University): data analysis and paper writing.

Dr Nadine Andrew (Monash University): literature review and paper writing.

Dr Jon Donnelly (University of Western Australia): literature review and paper writing.

Dr Corey Joseph (Federation University): data analysis

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