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Andre Kleinbaum

School of Community Studies
Location: Building 060, Room 1015

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Andre Kleinbaum as Associate Supervisor

Razon, Carl Jasper (2020). A phenomenological investigation into the influences on the development of professional identity in novice osteopaths (Master of Osteopathy)
Hancock, Morgan J. (2019). Defining types and risk factors of overuse injuries of the foot, ankle, leg and knee in distance runners : a scoping review (Master of Osteopathy)


Hancock, M., Kleinbaum, A., & Williden, M. (2020). Defining types and causes of overuse injuries of the foot, ankle, knee and lower leg in distance runners. Auckland, New Zealand, Open Science Framework.

Vaughan, B., Grace, S., Gray, B., & Kleinbaum, A. (2019). Engaging with evidence-based practice in the osteopathy clinical learning environment: A mixed methods pilot study. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (Vol. Article in Press).

Sandra, G., Gray, B., Kleinbaum, A., & Vaughan, B. (2017). SNAPPS-Plus: An EBM educational prescription. Southern Cross University Teaching and Learning Symposium, Southern Cross University.

Vaughan, B., Moore, K., & Kleinbaum, A. (2017). Near-peer teaching in osteopathy clinical education. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (Vol. 25).

Blaich, R., & Kleinbaum, A. (2015). Osteopathic Healthcare Record: Does it help students learn how to capture the relevant patient information? Gold Coast Health and Medical Research Conference, Mercure Gold Coast Resort.