School of Science, Psychology and Sport

Jacqueline Pengelly

Phone: (03) 53276933
Email: j.pengelly@federation.edu.au
Room:
P330
Position: Lecturer in Clinical Exercise Physiology
Discipline: Exercise and Sport Science

Qualifications

  • Graduate Certificate in Research Innovation and Management, Swinburne University
  • Master in Clinical Exercise Physiology, Deakin University
  • Master of Teaching P-12, La Trobe University
  • Bachelor in Exercise & Sport Science, Deakin University

Teaching areas

  • Cardiometabolic Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Clinical Exercise Physiology Supervision
  • Workplace Learning in Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Oncology Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Mental Health Clinical Exercise Physiology

Professional associations

  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA, AEP)
  • Accredited Exercise Scientist, Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA, AES)
  • Member, Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Member, Australian Cardiovascular Rehabilitation and Health Association (ACRA)
  • Member, American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR)

Research interests

  • Cardiovascular rehabilitation/Exercise for the management of cardiovascular conditions
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Cognition
  • Pre-habilitation and Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Exercise in older adults

Publications (last 5 years)

Pengelly, J., Pengelly, M., Lin, K.-Y., Royse, C., Karri, R., Royse, A., Bryant A., Williams, G., El-Ansary, D. (Published online 2019) Exercise parameters and outcome measures used in cardiac rehabilitation following median sternotomy in the elderly: A systematic review with meta-analysis. Heart, Lung and Circulation (2019).  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hlc.2019.05.098

Pengelly, J., Pengelly, M., Lin, K.-Y., Royse, C., Royse, A., Bryant A., Williams, G., El-Ansary, D. (Published online 2019) Resistance training following median sternotomy: A systematic review with meta-analysis. Heart, Lung and Circulation (2019).  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hlc.2019.05.097

Pengelly, J., Royse, A., Bryant, A., Williams, G., Tivendale, L., Dettmann, T., Canty, D., Royse, C., El-Ansary, D. Effects of Supervised Early Resistance Training versus standard care on cognitive recovery following cardiac surgery via median sternotomy (the SEcReT study): protocol for a randomized controlled pilot study. Trials. 2020; 21:649. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-020-04558-x

Grants (last 5 years)

Canty, D., Royse, C., Royse A., El-Ansary, D., Pengelly, J. (2017). Supervised Early Resistance Training following Median Sternotomy: The SEcReT Study. Department of Surgery Seeding Grant, University of Melbourne ($20,000)