Dr Jane Hiscock has a background in Communication and Information and Knowledge Management and Exercise for 50-65 yr olds ( fitness instructor)


Publications:
Growing the Social Fabric: Recreational Gardening as a way of Developing Social Capital in a Sample of 50-65 year olds in South Australia- a Qualitative Study

This paper reports on a small qualitative research project which examines recreational gardening as a way of developing social capital and social sustainability

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Music as Active and Passive Recreation: Using Communication Research to Identify Possible Pathways to Improved Well-being in a Sample of 50-65 Year Olds

This qualitative study focuses on enjoyment of music as active and passive recreation in a sample of 50-65 year olds.

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Discourses of Enjoyment: Favourite Recreational Activites of 50-65yr Olds

This interpretive study focuses on individual experiences of enjoyment in recreation for a sample of older Australian adults, to explore the links between identity, ageing and health

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Communicating Health: Theoretical Connections for Communication and Health Science

This paper takes a broad theoretical perspective on communication to incorporate useful links to both the construction and interpretation of health messages

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How Can Social Networking Sites Assist Self-Management Strategies for Chronic Disease? A Content Analysis of Exercise for Osteoarthritis on YouTube

This paper reports on a study of YouTube sites which demonstrate exercises for osteoarthritis

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Glucosamine and Arthritis: Linking Internet Information about Glucosamine and Arthritis with Individual Uptake of this Information

This paper links public Internet information about glucosamine with research into individual uptake of the information.

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Family/Workmates/Friends/Grandchildren: Social Connectedness and Social Support in a Group of Older Adults with Osteoarthritis

This paper reports on a small qualitative study of how a group of older adults with osteoarthritis describe their social lives.

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‘How are you Managing your Arthritis?’: A Qualitative Research Contribution to Self-management Strategies for Osteoarthritis

The aim of this project was to ask adults with osteoarthritis, who have not undertaken a formal self-management program, about their own self-management strategies for coping.

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