Lee-Anne Taylor

Senior Lecturer


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Areas of Teaching

Anatomy and Physiology, Special topic, Clinical Reasoning


MHSc (Rehabilitation) (Otago); BSci (Otago); BPhty (Otago); BHSc; CertAdEd


Lee-Anne Taylor is the Assistant Head of School, School of Health and Sport Science at the Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) and is a member of the Exercise Science group, Health Research at EIT.  She is a qualified physiotherapist whose specialist interest is in injury prevention and community health. Lee-Anne has been involved with Netball New Zealand who have developed a neuromuscular warm up protocol, modelled off the FIFA 11+, aimed at preventing serious injuries in netball players.  Currently she is evaluating the outcomes of a pre-season netball programmes on athletic performance and injury prevention.  She is also part of the group evaluating PATU, an exercise intervention targeted at Maori and Pacifica health outcomes.

EIT research grant – $3000 – investigating effects of preseason netball specific program on athletic performance and injury prevention

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