Mrs Caroline Digby-Bowl


NameMrs Caroline Digby-Bowl
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Human and Life Sciences

Research outputs

Postural stability is affected in older males with Haemophilia—a matched control study

Digby-Bowl, C., Brown, M. and Stephensen, D. 2018. Postural stability is affected in older males with Haemophilia—a matched control study. Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology. 3 (1), pp. 10-20. https://doi.org/10.3390/jfmk3010010

Assessing infant carriage systems: ground reaction force implications for gait of the caregiver

Brown, M., Digby-Bowl, C. and Todd, S. 2017. Assessing infant carriage systems: ground reaction force implications for gait of the caregiver. Human Factors. https://doi.org/10.1177/0018720817744661

Exploring the significance of falls in the everyday lives of the older person with haemophilia

Stephensen, D., Brown, M., Digby-Bowl, C., Swaine, I. and Evans, G. 2016. Exploring the significance of falls in the everyday lives of the older person with haemophilia.

Screening for falls risk in the older person with haemophilia – a pilot study

Stephensen, D., Brown, M., Digby-Bowl, C., Swaine, I. and Evans, G. 2016. Screening for falls risk in the older person with haemophilia – a pilot study. Blackwell Publishing.

Screening for falls risk in the older person with haemophilia - a pilot study

Stephensen, D., Brown, M., Digby-Bowl, C., Swaine, I. and Evans, G. 2016. Screening for falls risk in the older person with haemophilia - a pilot study. Haemophilia. 22 (S4), pp. 105-105. https://doi.org/10.1111/hae.12980

"Hero Imagery" - Are there performance advantages associated with imagining yourself as your favourite athlete?

Uphill, M., Balsdon, A., Brown, M., Digby-Bowl, C., Southam, M. and Swain, J. 2015. "Hero Imagery" - Are there performance advantages associated with imagining yourself as your favourite athlete?

Exploring the significance of falls in the everyday lives of the older person with haemophilia

Stephensen, D., Brown, M., Digby-Bowl, C., Swaine, I. and Evans, G. 2016. Exploring the significance of falls in the everyday lives of the older person with haemophilia. Haemophilia. 22 (S2), pp. 45-46. https://doi.org/10.1111/hae.1_12882

A preliminary assessment of the effects of foot type on the movement coupling of the foot and shank during the stance phase of barefoot running

Digby-Bowl, C., Lake, M. and Lees, A. 2005. A preliminary assessment of the effects of foot type on the movement coupling of the foot and shank during the stance phase of barefoot running.

Relationships between static and dynamic indicators of foot type and the movement coupling

Digby-Bowl, C. and Lake, M. 2005. Relationships between static and dynamic indicators of foot type and the movement coupling.

High-speed coupling characteristics of the foot type and shank during the stance phase of running

Digby-Bowl, C., Lake, M. and Lees, A. 2005. High-speed coupling characteristics of the foot type and shank during the stance phase of running.

Using pressure and high-speed kinematic data to assess foot-to-shank movement coupling during running

Digby-Bowl, C., Lake, M. and Lens, T. 2005. Using pressure and high-speed kinematic data to assess foot-to-shank movement coupling during running.

Using arch height and flexibility to characterise foot type

Digby-Bowl, C. and Lake, M. 2004. Using arch height and flexibility to characterise foot type.

Non-invasive measurement of tibial rotation during the impact phase of running

Digby-Bowl, C., Lake, M. and Lees, A. 2003. Non-invasive measurement of tibial rotation during the impact phase of running.

High-speed, non-invasive measurement of tibial rotation during the impact phase of running

Digby-Bowl, C., Lake, M. and Lees, A. 2003. High-speed, non-invasive measurement of tibial rotation during the impact phase of running.
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