RESEARCH

LATEST PAPERS

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Pre-deployment heat acclimatisation guidelines for disaster responders. Brearley M. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 31(1):85-89, 2016

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Heat. Brearley M, Saunders P. In Physiological tests for elite athletes. 2nd Ed. Edited by RK Tanner and CJ Gore. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2013

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Heat Acclimatisation and Monitoring. Brearley M. In Australian Olympic Team Handbook: Games of the XXIXth Olympiad, Beijing, China, 2008

HEAT ACCLIMATISATION

COOLING

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Should Workers Avoid Consumption of Chilled Fluids in a Hot and Humid Climate? Brearley M. Safety and Health at Work. 8(4): 327-8

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Water immersion for post incident cooling of firefighters; a review of practical fire ground cooling modalities. Brearley M, Walker A. Extreme Physiology and Medicine 15, 4, 2015

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Cold water immersion and iced slush ingestion are effective at cooling firefighters following a simulated search in a hot environment. Walker A, Driller M, Brearley M, Argus C, Battray B. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 39(10):1159-66, 2014

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Crushed ice ingestion - a practical strategy for lowering core temperature. Brearley M. Journal of Military and Veterans Health 20(2):25-30, 2012

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Beneficial effects of ice ingestion as a precooling strategy on 40-km cycling time-trial performance. Ihsan M, Landers G, Brearley M, Peeling P. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 5(2):140-51, 2010

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Ice slurry ingestion increases core temperature capacity and running time in the heat. Siegel R, Maté J, Brearley M, Watson G, Nosaka K, Laursen PB. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 42(4):717-25, 2010

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Pre-cooling for performance in the tropics. Brearley M, Finn JP. Sportscience 7, 2003

IMPACTS & MANAGEMENT OF HEAT STRESS

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The impact of perceived heat stress symptoms on work-related tasks and social factors: A cross-sectional survey of Australia's Monsoonal North. Carter S, Field E, Oppermann E, Brearley M. Applied Ergonomics. 82:102918, 2020

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Influence of Age, Geographical Region and Work Unit on Heat Strain Symptoms: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Electrical Utility Workers. Rogerson S, Brearley M, Meir R, Brooks L. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 17(11-12): 515-522, 2020.

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Beyond Threshold Approaches to Extreme Heat: Repositioning Adaptation as Everyday Practice. Oppermann E, Strengers Y, Maller C, Rickards L, Brearley M. Weather, Climate & Society.10(4), 2018

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From Skin to Strategy: Repositioning the Terrain and Temporality of Heat Stress through Social Practices. Oppermann E, Brearley M. In Australian Contributions to Strategic and Military Geography, pp. 201-216, 2018

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Regional disparities in apprentice attrition rates: heat and quarter four's significance in northern Australia. Zoellner D, Brearley M, Oppermann E. International Journal of Training Research 14:1-17, 2017

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Humidity in Australia’s Monsoon Tropics: a critical review of the problematisation of ‘heat’ in a changing climate. Oppermann E, Brearley M, Law L, Smith J, Clough A, Zander K. WIREs Climate Change. 8(4):e468, 2017

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Characteristics of trauma mortality in the Northern Territory, Australia. McDermott KM, Brearley MB, Hudson SM, Ward L, Read DJ.Inj Epidemiol. 4(1):15, 2017