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Dr Saeideh Aminian

Research Lead & Lecturer
School of Community Studies
Location: Building 060, Room 1018


Mehrabani, G., Aminian, S., Norton, S., Motl, R.W., & Manns, P.J. (2021). Preliminary efficacy of the "SitLess with MS" intervention for changing sedentary behaviour, symptoms, and physical performance in multiple sclerosis. Disability and Rehabilitation (Vol. 1).

Mehrabani, G., Gross, D.P., Aminian, S., & Manns, P.J. (2021). Comparison of Fitbit One and ActivPAL3TM in Adults With Multiple Sclerosis in a Free-Living Environment. Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour (Vol. 4).

Manns, P. J., Mehrabani, G., Sarah, N., Aminian, S., & Motl, R. W. (2020). The SitLess With MS Program: Intervention Feasibility and Change in Sedentary Behavior. Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation (Vol. 2(4)).

Aminian, S., Molt, R., Rowley, J., & Manns, P J. (2019). Management of multiple sclerosis symptoms through reductions in sedentary behaviour: protocol for a feasibility study. BMJ Open (Vol. 9(e026622)).

Mehrabani, H., Aminian, S., Mehrabani, G., & Rabiee, M. (2019). Dietetic Plans within the Multiple Sclerosis Community: A Review. International Journal of Nutrition Sciences (Vol. 4(1)).

Tremblay, M. S., Aubert, S., Saunders, T. J., Carson, V., & Aminian, S. (2017). Sedentary Behavior Research Network (SBRN) - Terminology Consensus Project process and outcome. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Vol. 14(1)).

Aminian, S., Ezeugwu, E. V., Molt, R. W., & Manns, P. J. (2017). Sit less and move more: perspectives of adults with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation (Vol. 1(1)).

Hinckson, E. A., Salmon, J., Benden, M., Clemes, S. A., Sudholz, B., Barber, S. E., Aminian, S., & Ridgers, N. D. (2015). Standing Classrooms: Research and Lessons Learned from Around the World. Sports Medicine (Vol. 1(1)).

Aminian, S., Hinckson, E. A., & Stewart, T. (2015). Modifying the classroom environment to increase standing and reduce sitting. Journal of Building Research and Information (Vol. 12(1)).