- Adjunct Associate Professor Lloyd Reed
- Adjunct Associate Professor
Faculty of Health,
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Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), DipAppSc (Queensland University of Technology)
- Professional memberships
2008 -present Life Membership, Australian Podiatry Association Inc.
Dr. Reed has over 30 years of ongoing clinical experience in podiatry, as well as holding senior academic and research positions. He has expertise in both research and clinical care for the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, foot problems in diabetes, and foot problems in the workplace. His current research interests are in the areas of computerised gait analysis and the biomechanical effects of footwear and foot orthoses. Dr Reed was a full-time staff member teaching in the podiatry discipline for 20 years and has received a number of university and national teaching awards, including a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, Australian Awards for University Teaching, Australian Government (2012) for his work using technology to enhance teaching.
Dr Reed is currently the Director of Podiatry at Footmotion Podiatry in Brisbane and has been appointed (2019-) to the Podiatry Accreditation Committee, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency , the body that has oversight of accreditation of university courses teaching podiatry in Australia.
- McSweeney S, Reed L, Wearing S, (2020) Reliability and minimum detectable change of measures of gait in children during walking and running on an instrumented treadmill, Gait and Posture p105-108
- Barwick A, Van Netten J, Hurn S, Reed L, Lazzarini P, (2019) Factors associated with type of footwear worn inside the house: a cross-sectional study, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research p1-9
- Barwick A, Hurn S, Van Netten J, Reed L, Lazzarini P, (2019) Factors associated with wearing inadequate outdoor footwear in populations at risk of foot ulceration: A cross-sectional study, PLoS One p1-10
- McSweeney S, Reed L, Wearing S, (2019) Vertical ground reaction forces during gait in children with and without calcaneal apophysitis, Gait and Posture p126-130
- McSweeney S, Reed L, Wearing S, (2018) Foot mobility magnitude and stiffness in children with and without calcaneal apophysitis, Foot and Ankle International p585-590
- Barwick A, Van Netten J, Reed L, Lazzarini P, (2018) Independent factors associated with wearing different types of outdoor footwear in a representative inpatient population: a cross-sectional study, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research p1-8
- Causby R, McDonnell M, Reed L, Hillier S, (2018) Measuring dexterity in the podiatrist population: a cross-sectional comparison of novice students and experienced podiatrists, BMC Medical Education p1-11
- Causby R, McDonnell M, Reed L, Fryer C, Hillier S, (2017) A qualitative evaluation of scalpel skill teaching of podiatry students, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research p1-14
- Stebbins J, Reed L, Kelly G, (2017) Effect of shoe type on rearfoot motion, Footwear Science p91-93
- Lazzarini P, Hurn S, Kuys S, Kamp M, Ng V, Thomas C, Jen S, Wills J, Kinnear E, D'Emden M, Reed L, (2017) The silent overall burden of foot disease in a representative hospitalised population, International Wound Journal p716-728
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.