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Megan McEwen

School of Community Studies

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Megan McEwen as Principal Supervisor

Young, Angela (2019). Does an education intervention improve behavioural intent to screen for depression : a feasibility study (Master of Architecture (Professional))
Roodt, Kendyl Kathleen (2018). Plantar pressure parameters associated with ankle osteoarthritis during walking and the immediate effects of an ankle brace (Master of Osteopathy)
Hilbink, Hester (2018). An investigation of attitudes and underlying beliefs toward low back pain among osteopathy students using the Back Pain Attitudes Questionnaire (Back-PAQ) (Master of Osteopathy)

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Megan McEwen as Associate Supervisor

Jones, Liam Paterson (2019). The influence of 'American' and 'Russian' kettlebell swings on glenohumeral positioning (Master of Osteopathy)
de Jong, Sara (2019). The relationship between thoracic spine mobility and shoulder problems in a sample of surfers : a cross-sectional design (Master of Osteopathy)
Dyer, Belinda Debbie (2019). To what extent do New Zealand osteopathic students meet the national requirements for clinical record keeping : an audit (Master of Osteopathy)
Currie, Kushla Grace (2017). GPs and the unexplored world of osteopathy : a descriptive study (Master of Osteopathy)
Miles, Joshua Ian William (2016). The effect of osteopathic intervention and corrective exercise on golf performance : a prospective case series (Master of Osteopathy)
Henry, Aaron N. (2016). Thinking whilst standing : an examination of the effects of standing desks on cognitive processing speed (Master of Osteopathy)
Haddadi, Seyed Houman (2016). To what extent does working from a standing desk affect cognitive attentional performance? (Master of Osteopathy)


McEwen, MF. (2018). Benefits of exercise for breast cancer related fatigue. The Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, York Street, Parnell.

Patston, L.L.M., Henry, A.N., McEwen, M., Mannion, J., & Ewens-Volynkina, L.A. (2017). Thinking while standing: An exploratory study on the effect of standing on cognitive performance. Unitec ePress Occasional and Discussion Paper Series (Vol. 3/2017).

Reyland, V., McEwen, M., & Moran, R.W. (2016). Poor Correlation Between Three Popular Functional Movement Tests in Professional Rugby Players Indicates Each Test Addresses a Different Aspect of Movement Quality. Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand Annual Conference: Changing NZ Perspectives on Active Health and Human Performance, Avantidome, Cambridge, New Zealand.