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Rosie Harper is clinical academic PhD student at Bournemouth University. She was awarded a match-funded PhD Studentship with the NIHR ARC Wessex in 2021. Rosie works as a specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist at University Hospitals Dorset. Her research interests include pelvic floor muscle training, women's health, digital technology, long-term conditions and behaviour change.
I am currently conducting a mixed methods research study exploring the role of digital 'nudges' to support perinatal women in pelvic floor muscle training
- Harper, R.C., Sheppard, S., Stewart, C. and Clark, C.J., 2023. Exploring Adherence to Pelvic Floor Muscle Training in Women Using Mobile Apps: Scoping Review. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth, 11, e45947.
- Harper, R., Sheppard, S., Stewart, C. and Clark, C., 2023. Exploring adherence to pelvic floor muscle training in women using mobile apps: a systematic review. In: the CSP Annual Conference 2023 26 October 2023 Cardiff.
- Stewart, C., 2022. #DryByChristmas: Celebrating women’s leaky(?) bodies in a comedic social media campaign. In: BSA Auto/Biography Study Group Christmas Conference: Celebration 2 December 2022 Friends House, London.
- Harper, R., Sheppard, S., Stewart, C. and Clark, C., 2023. Pelvic (floor) Reminders (to) Explore Perinatal (women's) Acceptability (of) Reminders (to) Exercise (PREPARE) study. Available from: https://www.isrctn.com/ISRCTN32494719?q=pelvic%20floor%20reminders&filters=&sort=&offset=1&totalResults=5&page=1&pageSize=10.
- Harper, R., 2022. The role of pelvic floor muscle training mobile apps on pelvic floor muscle exercise adherence in women: a systematic review. PROSPERO. Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/.
- BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy (Cardiff University, 2016)