Dr Grace Dibben
- Research Associate (MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit)
Dr Grace Dibben joined the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit in September 2020 as a research assistant, working within the complexity in health programme. She is a statistician for the cardiac rehabilitation Cochrane review centre.
Grace holds a BSc in Mathematics and Sport and Exercise Sciences and an MSc in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation from the University of Chester, and a PhD in Medical Studies from the University of Exeter. In her PhD research she investigated the effect of cardiac rehabilitation on physical activity levels of patients with heart failure, and developed improved methods to estimate physical activity intensity using accelerometers in heart failure patients.
She is experienced in quantitative research methods, using accelerometry to measure physical activity, cardiac rehabilitation and systematic reviews.
Grace's research interests include:
- Quantitative research methods
- Physical activity and health
- Physical activity measurement methods
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Chronic disease
- Lifestyle behaviour change
- Randomised controlled trials
- Systematic reviews
- Hussein, Hadeel Sayed Ahmed
Handling multiple outcomes in Randomized Controlled trials
Professional activities & recognition
Selected international presentations
- 2019: ACSM Annual Meeting (Orlando, USA)