User:Jenny Setchell

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Name

Jenny Setchell, PT, Ph.D.

About Me

Dr Jenny Setchell is a Senior Research Fellow at The University of Queensland. Her research focusses on socio-cultural aspects of physiotherapy (and other health realms). In the last 5 years, Setchell has been invited to present at numerous international conferences, produced over 40 publications, and received numerous prizes and awards for her research. She also has 20 years’ diverse clinical physiotherapy experience principally in the musculoskeletal and sports disciplines.

Setchell is Director of SocioHealthLab an interdisciplinary group of researchers with a shared interest in applied sociology, and the use of social theory to think differently about health and healthcare. Setchell is also co-founder and advisory board member of the Critical Physiotherapy Network and led development of WCPT’s policy on Diversity and Inclusion. Her co-edited open source book ‘Manipulating Practices: A Critical Physiotherapy Reader’ has been downloaded over 20K times since publication in 2018. Setchell has also been an acrobat and a human rights worker! She is an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and has AHPRA registration.

Education

  • PhD (Psychology), The University of Queensland
  • Graduate Certificate (Clinical Physiotherapy), Curtin University
  • Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), Curtin University

Professional Affiliations

Professional Links:

ResearcherID: S-5394-2017

ORCID: 0000-0002-1946-4492

Scopus ID: 56289290000

WCPT: https://www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/speakers/speaker-113

Professional Appointments

NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow/Senior Research Fellow

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences / Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

The University of Queensland, Australia.

Publications

Featured Publications

  • Enhancing human aspects of care with young people with muscular dystrophy: results from a participatory qualitative study with clinicians Setchell, J., Thille, P., Abrams, T., McAdam, L. C., Mistry, B. and Gibson, B. E. (2018) Enhancing human aspects of care with young people with muscular dystrophy: results from a participatory qualitative study with clinicians. Child: Care, Health and Development44 2: 269-277. doi:10.1111/cch.12526
  • Objecting: multiplicity and the practice of physiotherapy Setchell, Jenny, Nicholls, David A. and Gibson, Barbara E. (2018) Objecting: multiplicity and the practice of physiotherapy. Health22 2: 165-184. doi:10.1177/1363459316688519
  • Cheer* in health care practice: what it excludes and why it matters Jennifer Setchell, Abrams, Thomas, McAdam, Laura C. and Gibson, Barbara E. (2019) Cheer* in health care practice: what it excludes and why it matters. Qualitative Health Research29 13: 1890-1903.doi:10.1177/1049732319838235
  • Addressing weight stigma in physiotherapy: development of a theory-driven approach to (re) thinking weight-related interactions Setchell, J., Gard, M., Jones, L. and Watson, B. M. (2017) Addressing weight stigma in physiotherapy: development of a theory-driven approach to (re) thinking weight-related interactions. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice33 8: 597-610. doi:10.1080/09593985.2017.1328718
  • What has stigma got to do with physiotherapy? Jennifer Setchell (2017) What has stigma got to do with physiotherapy?. Physiotherapy Canada69 1: 1-3.doi:10.3138/ptc.69.1.GEE
  • Connectivity: An emerging concept for physiotherapy practice Nicholls, David A., Atkinson, Karen, Bjorbaekmo, Wenche S., Gibson, Barbara E., Latchem, Julie, Olesen, Jens, Ralls, Jenny and Setchell, Jennifer (2016) Connectivity: An emerging concept for physiotherapy practice. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice32 3: 159-170. doi:10.3109/09593985.2015.1137665
  • People who identify as LGBTIQ+ can experience assumptions, discomfort, some discrimination, and a lack of knowledge while attending physiotherapy: a survey Ross, Megan H. and Setchell, Jenny (2019) People who identify as LGBTIQ+ can experience assumptions, discomfort, some discrimination, and a lack of knowledge while attending physiotherapy: a survey. Journal of Physiotherapy65 2: 99-105. doi:10.1016/j.jphys.2019.02.002

Book

  • Manipulating practices: a critical physiotherapy reader Manipulating practices: a critical physiotherapy reader. Edited by Barbara E. Gibson, David A. Nicholls, Jenny Setchell and Karen Synne Groven Oslo, Norway: Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2018.

Book Chapters

  • A critical perspective on stigma in physiotherapy: the example of weight stigma Setchell, Jenny and Ukachukwu, Abaraogu (2018). A critical perspective on stigma in physiotherapy: the example of weight stigma. In Barbara E. Gibson, David A. Nicholls, Jenny Setchell and Karen Synne Groven (Ed.), Manipulating practices: a critical physiotherapy reader (pp. 150-173) Oslo, Norway: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP.
  • Performative acts of physiotherapy Doran, Blaise and Setchell, Jenny (2018). Performative acts of physiotherapy. In Barbara E. Gibson, David A. Nicholls, Jenny Setchell and Karen Synne Groven (Ed.), Manipulating practices: a critical physiotherapy reader (pp. 125-149) Oslo, Norway: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP.
  • What's in a number?: progress and body shame in lifestyle programs for adolescents Groven, Karen Synne, Glenn, Nicole and Setchell, Jenny (2018). What's in a number?: progress and body shame in lifestyle programs for adolescents. In Barbara E. Gibson, David A. Nicholls, Jenny Setchell and Karen Synne Groven (Ed.), Manipulating practices: a critical physiotherapy reader (pp. 334-355) Oslo, Norway: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP.
  • Working against the grain: criticality for an otherwise physiotherapy Gibson, Barbara E., Nicholls, David A., Setchell, Jenny and Synne Groven, Karen (2018). Working against the grain: criticality for an otherwise physiotherapy. In Barbara E. Gibson, David A. Nicholls, Jenny Setchell and Karen Synne Groven (Ed.), Manipulating practices: a critical physiotherapy reader (pp. 14-32) Oslo, Norway: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP.

Journal Articles

  • Potential unintended effects of standardized pain questionnaires: A qualitative study De Silva, Theresa, Hodges, Paul, Cordeiro da Costa, Nathalia Kelly and Jennifer Setchell (2020) Potential unintended effects of standardized pain questionnaires: A qualitative study. Pain Medicine , 21 2: e22-e33.doi:10.1093/pm/pnz252
  • The dissident interview: a deterritorializing guerrilla encounter Barlott, Tim, Shevellar, Lynda, Turpin, Merrill and Setchell, Jenny (2019) The dissident interview: a deterritorializing guerrilla encounter. Qualitative Inquiry. doi:10.1177/1077800419859041
  • A qualitative comparison of reassurance approaches used by physical therapists to address fears and concerns of patients with nonspecific neck pain and whiplash associated disorders: an online survey Guerrero, Alma Viviana Silva, Setchell, Jenny, Maujean, Annick and Sterling, Michele (2020) A qualitative comparison of reassurance approaches used by physical therapists to address fears and concerns of patients with nonspecific neck pain and whiplash associated disorders: an online survey. Physical Therapy, . doi:10.1093/ptj/pzaa058
  • MyBackPain - evaluation of an innovative consumer-focused website for low back pain: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial Hall, Leanne M., Ferreira, Manuela, Setchell, Jenny, French, Simon, Kasza, Jessica, Bennell, Kim L., Hunter, David, Vicenzino, Bill, Dickson, Chris and Hodges, Paul (2019) MyBackPain - evaluation of an innovative consumer-focused website for low back pain: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open9 5: e027516. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-027516
  • What decreases low back pain? A qualitative study of patient perspectives Setchell, Jenny, Costa, Nathalia, Ferreira, Manuela and Hodges, Paul W. (2019) What decreases low back pain? A qualitative study of patient perspectives. Scandinavian Journal of Pain19 3: 597-603. doi:10.1515/sjpain-2019-0018
  • The micro-politics of caring: tinkering with person-centered rehabilitation Gibson, Barbara E., Terry, Gareth, Setchell, Jenny, Bright, Felicity A. S., Cummins, Christine and Kayes, Nicola M. (2019) The micro-politics of caring: tinkering with person-centered rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-10. doi:10.1080/09638288.2019.1587793
  • People who identify as LGBTIQ+ can experience assumptions, discomfort, some discrimination, and a lack of knowledge while attending physiotherapy: a survey Ross, Megan H. and Setchell, Jenny (2019) People who identify as LGBTIQ+ can experience assumptions, discomfort, some discrimination, and a lack of knowledge while attending physiotherapy: a survey. Journal of Physiotherapy65 2: 99-105. doi:10.1016/j.jphys.2019.02.002
  • What triggers an LBP flare? A content analysis of individuals' perspectives Nathalia Cordeiro da Costa, Hodges, Paul, Ferreira, Manuela L., Makovey, Joanna and Jennifer Setchell (2019) What triggers an LBP flare? A content analysis of individuals' perspectives. Pain Medicine21 1: 13-20.doi:10.1093/pm/pnz021
  • Exploring the characteristics and preferences for online support groups: mixed method study Plinsinga, Melanie Louise, Besomi, Manuela, Maclachlan, Liam, Melo, Luciano, Robbins, Sarah, Lawford, Belinda J, Teo, Pek Ling, Mills, Kathryn, Setchell, Jenny, Egerton, Thorlene, Eyles, Jillian, Hall, Leanne, Mellor, Rebecca, Hunter, David J, Hodges, Paul, Vicenzino, Bill and Bennell, Kim (2019) Exploring the characteristics and preferences for online support groups: mixed method study. Journal of Medical Internet Research21 12: e15987. doi:10.2196/15987
  • Working with potential tensions in individual’s interactions with online consumer health education about back pain: Findings from a photo-elicitation and observational study. (Preprint) Jennifer Setchell, Turpin, Merrill, Cordeiro da Costa, Nathalia Kelly and Hodges, Paul (2019) Working with potential tensions in individual’s interactions with online consumer health education about back pain: Findings from a photo-elicitation and observational study. (Preprint). JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies, .doi:10.2196/17130
  • Impact of flare-ups on the lives of individuals with low back pain: A qualitative investigation Tan, Dominique, Hodges, Paul W., Costa, Nathalia, Ferreira, Manuela and Setchell, Jenny (2019) Impact of flare-ups on the lives of individuals with low back pain: A qualitative investigation. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice43 52-57. doi:10.1016/j.msksp.2019.06.003
  • MyBackPain: development and evaluation of an Internet-based consumer resource for people with low back pain (Preprint) Hodges, Paul, Jennifer Setchell and Nielsen, Mandy (2019) MyBackPain: development and evaluation of an Internet-based consumer resource for people with low back pain (Preprint). JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies7 1: e16101.doi:10.2196/16101
  • A definition of flare in low back pain (LBP): A multiphase process involving perspectives of individuals with LBP and expert consensus Costa, Nathalia, Ferreira, Manuela L., Setchell, Jenny, Makovey, Joanna, Dekroo, Tanya, Downie, Aron, Diwan, Ashish, Koes, Bart, Natvig, Bard, Vicenzino, Bill, Hunter, David, Roseen, Eric, Rasmussen-Barr, Eva, Guillemin, Francis, Hartvigsen, Jan, Bennell, Kim, Costa, Leonardo, Macedo, Luciana, Pinheiro, Marina, Underwood, Martin, Van Tulder, Mauritus, Johansson, Melker, Enthoven, Paul, Kent, Peter, O'Sullivan, Peter, Suri, Pradeep, Genevay, Stephane and Hodges, Paul W. (2019) A definition of flare in low back pain (LBP): A multiphase process involving perspectives of individuals with LBP and expert consensus. The Journal of Pain20 11: 1267-1275. doi:10.1016/j.jpain.2019.03.009
  • A qualitative study exploring the views of individuals with knee osteoarthritis on the role of physiotherapists in weight management: a complex issue requiring a sophisticated skill set Allison, Kim, Delany, Clare, Setchell, Jenny, Egerton, Thorlene, Holden, Melanie, Quicke, Jonathan and Bennell, Kim (2019) A qualitative study exploring the views of individuals with knee osteoarthritis on the role of physiotherapists in weight management: a complex issue requiring a sophisticated skill set. Musculoskeletal Care17 2: 206-214. doi:10.1002/msc.1391
  • Design, effectiveness and implementation of peer-to-peer online support groups for people with chronic musculoskeletal disorders: a systematic review (Preprint) Maclachlan, Liam Robert, Mills, Kathryn, Lawford, Belinda, Egerton, Thorlene, Setchell, Jenny, Hall, Leanne M, Plinsinga, Melanie, Besomi, Manuela, Teo, Samantha, Eyles, Jillian P, Mellor, Rebecca, Hodges, Paul W, Hunter, David J, Vicenzino, Bill and Bennell, Kim L (2019) Design, effectiveness and implementation of peer-to-peer online support groups for people with chronic musculoskeletal disorders: a systematic review (Preprint).
  • In theory, yes; in practice, uncertain: a qualitative study exploring physical therapists’ attitudes to their role in weight management for people with knee osteoarthritis Allison, Kim, Setchell, Jenny, Egerton, Thorlene, Delaney, Clare and Bennell, Kim L (2019) In theory, yes; in practice, uncertain: a qualitative study exploring physical therapists’ attitudes to their role in weight management for people with knee osteoarthritis. Physical Therapy, . doi:10.1093/ptj/pzz011
  • Cheer* in health care practice: what it excludes and why it matters Jennifer Setchell, Abrams, Thomas, McAdam, Laura C. and Gibson, Barbara E. (2019) Cheer* in health care practice: what it excludes and why it matters. Qualitative Health Research29 13: 1890-1903.doi:10.1177/1049732319838235
  • Living with death in rehabilitation: a phenomenological account Abrams, Thomas and Setchell, Jenny (2018) Living with death in rehabilitation: a phenomenological account. Human Studies41 4: 677-695. doi:10.1007/s10746-018-09484-1
  • Imprégner la réadaptation de recherches et d'études fondamentales critiques: un appel à l'action Setchell, Jenny, Nicholls, David A., Wilson, Nicky and Gibson, Barbara E. (2018) Imprégner la réadaptation de recherches et d'études fondamentales critiques: un appel à l'action. Physiotherapy Canada70 4: 303-305. doi:10.3138/ptc.70.4.gef
  • Infusing rehabilitation with critical research and scholarship: a call to action Setchell, Jenny, Nicholls, David A., Wilson, Nicky and Gibson, Barbara E. (2018) Infusing rehabilitation with critical research and scholarship: a call to action. Physiotherapy Canada70 4: 301-302. doi:10.3138/ptc.70.4.gee
  • Enhancing the human dimensions of children’s neuromuscular care: piloting a methodology for fostering team reflexivity Thille, Patricia, Gibson, Barbara E., Abrams, Thomas, McAdam, Laura C., Mistry, Bhavnita and Setchell, Jenny (2018) Enhancing the human dimensions of children’s neuromuscular care: piloting a methodology for fostering team reflexivity. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 1-23. doi:10.1007/s10459-018-9834-1
  • Affect, intensity, and moral assemblage in rehabilitation practice Abrams, Thomas, Setchell, Jenny, Thille, Patricia, Mistry, Bhavnita and Gibson, Barbara E. (2018) Affect, intensity, and moral assemblage in rehabilitation practice. BioSocieties, . doi:10.1057/s41292-018-0115-2
  • Enhancing human aspects of care with young people with muscular dystrophy: results from a participatory qualitative study with clinicians Setchell, J., Thille, P., Abrams, T., McAdam, L. C., Mistry, B. and Gibson, B. E. (2018) Enhancing human aspects of care with young people with muscular dystrophy: results from a participatory qualitative study with clinicians. Child: Care, Health and Development44 2: 269-277. doi:10.1111/cch.12526
  • Objecting: multiplicity and the practice of physiotherapy Setchell, Jenny, Nicholls, David A. and Gibson, Barbara E. (2018) Objecting: multiplicity and the practice of physiotherapy. Health22 2: 165-184. doi:10.1177/1363459316688519
  • Keep fit: marginal ideas in contemporary therapeutic exercise Nicholls, David, Jachyra, Patrick, Gibson, Barbara E., Fusco, Caroline and Setchell, Jenny (2018) Keep fit: marginal ideas in contemporary therapeutic exercise. Qualitative Research in Sport Exercise and Health10 4: 400-411. doi:10.1080/2159676X.2017.1415220
  • Individuals' explanations for their persistent or recurrent low back pain: a cross-sectional survey Setchell, Jenny, Costa, Nathalia, Ferreira, Manuela, Makovey, Joanna, Nielsen, Mandy and Hodges, Paul W. (2017) Individuals' explanations for their persistent or recurrent low back pain: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders18 1: . doi:10.1186/s12891-017-1831-7
  • General practitioners' perspectives on a proposed new model of service delivery for primary care management of knee osteoarthritis: a qualitative study Egerton, Thorlene, Nelligan, Rachel, Setchell, Jenny, Atkins, Lou and Bennell, Kim L. (2017) General practitioners' perspectives on a proposed new model of service delivery for primary care management of knee osteoarthritis: a qualitative study. BMC Family Practice18 1: 85. doi:10.1186/s12875-017-0656-7
  • What constitutes back pain flare? A cross sectional survey of individuals with low back pain Setchell, Jenny, Costa, Nathalia, Ferreira, Manuela, Makovey, Joanna, Nielsen, Mandy and Hodges, Paul W. (2017) What constitutes back pain flare? A cross sectional survey of individuals with low back pain. Scandinavian Journal of Pain17 1: 294-301. doi:10.1016/j.sjpain.2017.08.003
  • Addressing weight stigma in physiotherapy: development of a theory-driven approach to (re) thinking weight-related interactions Setchell, J., Gard, M., Jones, L. and Watson, B. M. (2017) Addressing weight stigma in physiotherapy: development of a theory-driven approach to (re) thinking weight-related interactions. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice33 8: 597-610. doi:10.1080/09593985.2017.1328718
  • Weight-related stigma and health policy Thille, Patricia, Friedman, May and Setchell, Jenny (2017) Weight-related stigma and health policy. Canadian Medical Association Journal189 6: E223-E224. doi:10.1503/cmaj.160975
  • Qu'est-ce que la stigmatisation a à voir avec la physiothérapie? Setchell, Jenny (2017) Qu'est-ce que la stigmatisation a à voir avec la physiothérapie?. Physiotherapy Canada69 1: 3-8. doi:10.3138/ptc.69.1.GEF
  • What has stigma got to do with physiotherapy? Jennifer Setchell (2017) What has stigma got to do with physiotherapy?. Physiotherapy Canada69 1: 1-3.doi:10.3138/ptc.69.1.GEE
  • Physical therapists' ways of talking about overweight and obesity: clinical implications Setchell, Jenny, Watson, Bernadette M., Gard, Michael and Jones, Liz (2016) Physical Therapy96 6: 865-875. doi:10.2522/ptj.20150286
  • Researching stigma as an outsider: considerations for qualitative outsider research Wigginton, Britta and Setchell, Jenny (2016) Researching stigma as an outsider: considerations for qualitative outsider research. Qualitative Research in Psychology13 3: 246-263. doi:10.1080/14780887.2016.1183065
  • Connectivity: An emerging concept for physiotherapy practice Nicholls, David A., Atkinson, Karen, Bjorbaekmo, Wenche S., Gibson, Barbara E., Latchem, Julie, Olesen, Jens, Ralls, Jenny and Setchell, Jennifer (2016) Connectivity: An emerging concept for physiotherapy practice. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice32 3: 159-170. doi:10.3109/09593985.2015.1137665
  • Rehabilitation examined Setchell, Jenny (2016) Rehabilitation examined. Journal of Physiotherapy62 1: 55-56. doi:10.1016/j.jphys.2015.10.004
  • Impact of Identity on Support for New Roles in Health Care: A Language Inquiry of Doctors’ Commentary Setchell, Jenny, Leach, Lori E., Watson, Bernadette M. and Hewett, David G. (2015) Impact of Identity on Support for New Roles in Health Care: A Language Inquiry of Doctors’ Commentary. Journal of Language and Social Psychology34 6: 672-686. doi:10.1177/0261927X15586793
  • Weight stigma in physiotherapy practice: patient perceptions ofinteractions with physiotherapists Setchell, Jenny, Watson, Bernadette, Jones, Liz and Gard, Michael (2015). Manual Therapy20 6: 835-841. doi:10.1016/j.math.2015.04.001
  • Physiotherapists demonstrate weight stigma: a cross-sectional survey of Australian physiotherapists Setchell, Jenny, Watson, Bernadette, Jones, Liz, Gard, Michael and Briffa, Kathy (2014) Physiotherapists demonstrate weight stigma: a cross-sectional survey of Australian physiotherapists. Journal of Physiotherapy60 3: 157-162. doi:10.1016/j.jphys.2014.06.020


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