Dr Stephanie Schoeppe Psychology and Public Health / School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences

Research Fellow

Office Location

Physical Activity Research Group

Bruce Highway

4702 North Rockhampton QLD

Room LG 07

Building 18

School of Human Health and Social Sc

About Me

Stephanie Schoeppe is a Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Central Queensland University, School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences, Physical Activity Research Group. Her research areas include population-based physical activity promotion, sedentary behaviour prevention, health promotion, public health, physical activity correlates, child health behaviours and family-based interventions using smartphone technology.

Dr Schoeppe received a Diploma in Social Sciences (equivalent to a Master) from the University of Hannover (2002), and completed her PhD at Central Queensland University, Rockhampton (2015). Between these degrees, Ms Schoeppe conducted research at Hannover Medical School (2002-2003) and The University of Sydney, Centre for Physical Activity and Health (2003-2006) and NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre (2008-2010). She had also appointments at the World Health Organization including the WHO European Centre for Environment and Health in Bonn (2006) and the WHO Headquarter in Geneva (2007).

Awards

NHMRC Early Career Fellowship by theNational Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (2017)

NHF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship by the National Heart Foundation of Australia (2017)

Australian Postgraduate Award Industry (APAi) by the Australian Research Council (2010 - offer accepted).

International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) by The University of Sydney (2009 - offer declined).

International Postgraduate Award (IPA) by The University of Sydney (2009 - offer declined).

Publication Recognition Award for publication of 8 peer-reviewed papers in 2015 at Academic Level A, awarded from CQUniversity.

Finalist for the best overall abstract in the field of children and families research awarded at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8-11 June 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Abstract tile: “The decline in children's independent mobility: How does Australia compare to other countries?”

CQUniversity Health CRN Collaborations Program Award. Funding for collaborative research with the Queensland University of Technology, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Brisbane

Media Citations

Elsevier e-newsletter for science journalists and reporters

Paper “Associations between children׳s active travel and levels of physical activity and sedentary behavior” published in the Journal of Transport & Health was selected for inclusion in the Elsevier Research Selection, an e-newsletter for science journalists and reporters.

World Health Organization Press Release

1 Press Release of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health; Overweight and obesity in Germany.

Television

5 Interviews and television reports; 1. at Seven News Rockhampton and Seven Sunshine Coast News on ‘Independent travel, outdoor play, and physical activity in Australian children’; 2. at Seven News Rockhampton/Bundaberg/Mackay/Cairns on ‘children’s active travel to school’ and 3. at WIN News Rockhampton on ‘children’s active travel to school

Radio

2 Live interviews; 1. at ABC Capricornia Radio on ‘Independent mobility and physical activity benefits in Australian children’, 2. at ABC Radio Australia, Queensland, Western Australia on ‘Children’s active travel to school’;

8 pre-recorded interviews at ABC Capricornia Radio, Zinc Radio and Southern Cross Austereo on ‘children’s active travel to school on the ‘National Ride to School Day’

Newspaper

14 Articles on children’s physical activity, sedentary behaviours and weight (Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton Mirror, CapCoast Mirror, Toowoomba Chronicle, Daily Mercury Mackay, Fraser Coast Chronicle, Bundaberg NewsMail)

CQUni News

7 Articles on children’s independent mobility, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and family-based interventions

CQUni Be-Magazine

1 Article on childhood obesity, sitting, physical activity and parental role

Previous teaching

Supervision:

1 PhD student

4 Honours students

1 CQU Summer Scholarship student

5 Research assistants

Lecturing:

Lecturing & marking for Research project & methods course including development of course materials. Bachelor of Speech Pathology, CQUniversity Australia, 2016

Physical activity policy - national and international developments. Guest lecture Bachelor of Health Promotion and Bachelor of Exercise and Health, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, 2007

The German Health Care System - an introduction to reforms, roles and responsibilities of key players. Bachelor of Medicine, Hanover Medical School, Germany, 2002.

Professional Experience
Jan 2017 – present Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow Physical Activity Research Group, School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences, Central Queensland University, Australia
Feb 2016 – Dec 2016 Associate Lecturer (Research-focused) Physical Activity Research Group, School of Human, Health and Social Sciences, Central Queensland University, Australia
Jan 2015 – Jan 2016 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Physical Activity Research Group, School of Human, Health and Social Sciences, Central Queensland University, Australia
Aug 2010 – March 2015 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Candidate Physical Activity Research Group, School of Human, Health and Social Sciences, Central Queensland University, Australia
Apr 2008 – Aug 2010 Research Officer Systematic Reviews & Health Technology Assessment NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, the University of Sydney, Australia
Apr 2007 – Jul 2007 Technical Officer Health Promotion Health Promotion Unit, Department of Chronic Diseases and Health Promotion (CHP), World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland
Sep 2006 – Mar 2007 Technical Officer Physical Activity Housing and Health Unit, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health (Bonn Office, Germany), WHO Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen, Denmark
Jan 2004 – Aug 2006 Research Officer Physical Activity Policy Centre for Physical Activity and Health (CPAH), School of Public Health, The University of Sydney, Australia
Aug 2003 – Dec 2003 Research Officer Physical Activity Policy Centre for Physical Activity and Health (CPAH), School of Public Health, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Jan 2002 – Jun 2003 Research Officer Health Promotion and Prevention Prevention Unit, Department of Epidemiology, Social Medicine and Health System Research, Hanover Medical School, Hanover, Germany
Sep 1997 – Dec 2001 Research Assistant Institute of Social Medicine, Epidemiology and Health System Research, Hanover, Germany
Professional Memberships

International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA)

International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH)

Australian Health Promotion Association (AHPA)

Global Physical Activity Network (GlobalPAnet)

Australian Physical Activity Network (AusPAnet)

European network for the promotion of Health-Enhancing Physical Activity (HEPA Europe)

Responsibilities

Committee roles:

Low Risk Ethics Reviewer for CQU Human Ethics Committee (2017-present)

Member of the special interest group on e- & mHealth (electronic and mobile technology supported interventions), International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), (2014-present)

Research Higher Degree Representative of the Management Committee of the Institute for Health and Social Science Research (IHSSR), Central Queensland University, (2012-2013).

Reviewer for funding bodies:

The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth)

Research Grants Council of Hong Kong

Reviewer for scientific conferences:

Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health

Reviewer for peer-reviewed journals:

Journal of Medical Internet Research, Preventing Chronic Disease, PLOS ONE, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Preventive Medicine, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, Health & Place, BMC Public Health, BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, Journal of Transport and Health, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Journal of Health Communication, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

Editor

Associate Editor BMC Public Health, 2015-present

Assistant Editor Public Health Forum, 2002-2003

Book Chapters

1. Bull F, Schoeppe S, Bauman, A, Weston E. An International review of policies on physical activity. Book chapter in: Getting Australia active II: An update of evidence on physical activity and health, pp.69-85. 2nd edition. Edited by: Bull F, Bauman A, Bellew B, Brown W. National Public Health Partnership. Melbourne, Australia, 2004.

2. Oliver, M, Schoeppe S, Mavoa S, Duncan S, Kelly P, Donovan P, Kyttä M. Children’s geographies for activity and play: An overview of measurement approaches. Book chapter in: Horton J and Evans B. (eds) Play, recreation, health and well-being, Vol. 9 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Pp67-86 Springer Singapore. DOI 10.1007/978-981-4585-96-5_16-1, Online ISBN: 978-981-4585-51-4

'In Press' Publications

Theses

Schoeppe S (2014). Child independent mobility and active travel: Methods, measures, and associations with physical activity and sedentary behaviour (PhD thesis). Central Queensland University, School of Human, Health and Social Sciences, Centre for Physical Activity Studies, Rockhampton, Australia.

Schoeppe S (2002). Prevention and health promotion through physical activity – contributions by health insurers and sports associations (Master thesis). University of Hanover, Faculty for Psychology, Sociology and Political Sciences, Hanover, Germany.

Reviews

1. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Rebar AL, Hayman M, Bray NA, Van Lippevelde W, Gnam JP, Bachert P, Direito A, Vandelanotte C. Apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children: A review of quality, features and behaviour changes techniques. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2017; 14:83

2. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Van Lippevelde W, Bray N, Williams SL, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C. Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2016; 13: 127.

3. Mueller AM, Vandelanotte C, Alley S, Schoeppe S. E- & mHealth physical activity and diet interventions in developing countries: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2016; 13:109.

4. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland H, Oliver M, Curtis C. Associations of children’s independent mobility and active travel with physical activity, sedentary behaviour and weight status: A systematic review. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2013;16(4):312-319.

Seminar Presentations

1.     Schoeppe S. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour research in children. Transport, Physical Activity and Health Seminar organised by the Human Potential Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 27 November 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.

2.     Schoeppe S, Trost S. Maternal and paternal support for physical activity and healthy eating in preschool children. Health Collaborative Research Network Symposium. Central Queensland University, 20 November 2014, Rockhampton, Australia.

3.     Schoeppe S. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children - the role of independent mobility. Oral presentation at the workshop on Children’s Champions – A Community of Practice, 24 February 2014, Rockhampton Australia.

4.     Schoeppe S. Physical inactivity in Australian children – why we should encourage them to walk, cycle and play outdoors. Oral presentation at a Central Queensland University ‘Research Unplugged’ community event, 18 April 2013, Rockhampton, Australia.

5.     Schoeppe S. Choosing the right statistics - Research questions, study design and variables. Oral presentation at a PhD Student Workshop organised by the Human Potential Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 1 August 2012, Auckland, New Zealand.

6.     Schoeppe S. Are free range kids healthier? Associations of independent mobility and active travel with health and social factors in children. Oral presentation at a PhD Student Workshop organised by the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition, Auckland University of Technology, 30 June 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.

7.     Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. (2010) Clinical effectiveness of PET for lymphoma – findings from a systematic review. Oral presentation at a seminar held by the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, The University of Sydney, 26 May 2010, Sydney, Australia.

8.     Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. (2009) PET for lymphoma – MSAC systematic review. Oral presentation at a seminar held by the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, The University of Sydney, 13 November 2009, Sydney, Australia.

9.     Schoeppe S. Analysing clinical papers. Workshop leader and oral presentation at the Australasian Medical Writers Association’s 26th Annual Conference on Medical Writing in Focus, 16-17 October 2009, the University of Sydney, Australia.

10. Schoeppe S. Physical activity policy – national and international developments. Presentation provided to researchers and students within the Bachelor in Health Promotion and the Bachelor in Exercise and Health programs (Public Health module), Department of Health, Sport and Exercise Science, Waterford Institute of Technology, 22 January 2007, Waterford, Ireland.

11. Bauman AB, Schoeppe S, Phongsavan PH. Diffusion and dissemination of physical activity programs and research between countries – an international perspective. 5th International Physical Activity and Public Health Training Course, 9-11 May 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

12. Bauman AB, Schoeppe S, Lewicka M, Phongsavan PH, Armstrong T. A framework for assessing physical activity best practices in low and middle income countries. 5th International Physical Activity and Public Health Training Course, 9-11 May 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

13. Schoeppe S, Neuber A, Flick U, Schwartz FW, Walter U. (2003). Health and health potentials in old age – a matter for general practitioners and nurses? Oral presentation at a seminar held by the Department of Epidemiology, Social Medicine and Health System Research, Hanover Medical School, 23 April 2003, Hanover, Germany.

Grants

1. Schoeppe S. Family-based interventions to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary time in children using smartphone technology and wearable activity trackers – Maternity funding. Advance Queensland Women’s Academic Fund. $25,000, 2017-2018.

2. Schoeppe S. Increasing physical activity and reducing sedentary time in children using a family-based smartphone app intervention. National Heart Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship. $150,000, 2016 (co-funded with NHMRC ECF).

3. Schoeppe S. Increasing physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviour in children using a family-based smartphone intervention. National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellowship. $318,768, 2016

4. Schoeppe S. PhD scholarship funding for a University Postgraduate Research Award to recruit an outstanding PhD Candidate in child physical activity research. CQUniversity. $88,047, 2017-2020.

5. Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Schoeppe S, Alley S. Hayman M. Physical activity measurement equipment. CQUniversity Research Infrastructure Block Grant. $74,214, 2016.

6. Hayman M, Vandelanotte C, McAllister M, Short C, Brown W. Associate Investigator: Alley S, Rebar A, Schoeppe S. Fit4Two: a tailored eHealth physical activity intervention for pregnant women integrated into clinical practice – a randomised controlled trial. New Staff Research Grant. Central Queensland University. $14,987, 2016.

7. Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Williams S, Salmon J. Step it up! A family-based web and app intervention to increase physical activity in children. New Staff Research Grant. Central Queensland University. $14,960, 2016.

8. Byrne L, Schoeppe S, Bradshaw J. Investigating community understanding of the ‘recovery approach’ in mental health. 10 questions incorporated in the 2016 National Social Survey, Central Queensland University Population Research Grant Scheme. $19,500, 2016.

9. Alley S, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Hayman M, Vandelanotte C. Age differences in physical activity implementation intentions. 10 questions incorporated in the 2016 National Social Survey, Central Queensland University Population Research Grant Scheme. $19,500, 2016.

10. Alley S, Parkinson L, van Uffelen J, Schoeppe S, Schneiders A, Vandelanotte C. Active Ageing: Increasing physical activity in older adults using an innovative personally-tailored and web-based intervention. Central Queensland University Merit Grant. $36,021, 2015.

11. Alley S, Vandelanotte C, Jennings C, Duncan M, Schoeppe S, Gurtler D. Attitudes, intentions, preferences and use of physical activity monitors. 10 questions incorporated in the 2014 National Social Survey, Central Queensland University Population Research Grant Scheme. $16,500, 2014.

12. Rebar A, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Schoeppe S. “But I don’t have time to exercise!” An investigation of physical activity time utility. 10 questions incorporated in the Central Queensland Social Survey, Central Queensland University Population Research Grant Scheme. $16,500, 2014.

13. Schoeppe S. Maternal and paternal support for physical activity and healthy eating in preschool children. Collaborative research project with the Queensland University of Technology, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Brisbane. Central Queensland University Health CRN Collaborations Program. $7,050, 2014.

14. Schoeppe S, Duncan JM. Adults’ attitudes towards children’s independent mobility and the influence of neighbourhood social cohesion. 10 questions incorporated in the Central Queensland Social Survey, Central Queensland University Population Research Grant Scheme. $15,000, 2013.

15. Schoeppe S. Child independent mobility and active travel: Methods, measures, and associations with physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Australian Postgraduate Award (Industry) funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC). Full-time postgraduate scholarship for 3.5 years between 2010-2014, valued at $102,181 (i.e. 26,669 per annum living allowance, $2,000 per annum research support grant, $840 thesis allowance) – offer accepted.

16. Schoeppe S. International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS)/International Postgraduate Award (IPA) offered by The University of Sydney and funded by the Australian Government. Three year full-time postgraduate scholarship valued at $64,621 (i.e. international tuition fees, 20,427 per annum living allowance, $2,500 travel allowance, $840 thesis allowance), 2009 – offer declined.

Refereed Articles

Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters

1. Schoeppe S, Neuber A, Schwartz FW, Fischer C, Flick U, Walter U. Concepts of health in scientific journals. Public Health Forum Journal. 2003;11(39):19-20.

2. Schoeppe S, Bauman A, Bull F, Weston E. National physical activity policies. Public Health Forum Journal. 2003;11(41):31-32.

3. Bull F, Bellew B, Schoeppe S, Bauman A Developments in national physical activity policy: an international review and recommendations towards better practice. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2004;7(Suppl 1):93-104.

4. Bull F, Schoeppe S, Bauman, A, Weston E. An International review of policies on physical activity. Book chapter in: Getting Australia active II: An update of evidence on physical activity and health, pp.69-85. 2nd edition. Edited by: Bull F, Bauman A, Bellew B, Brown W. National Public Health Partnership. Melbourne, Australia, 2004.

5. Bauman A, Phongsavan P, Schoeppe S, Owen N. Physical activity measurement – a primer for health promotion. Global Health Promotion (formerly Promotion & Education). 2006;13(Suppl 2):92-103.

6. Bauman A, Nelson D, Pratt M, Matsudo V, Schoeppe S. Dissemination of physical activity evidence, programs, policies and surveillance in the international public health arena. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2006;31(Suppl 4):57-65.

7. Schoeppe S, Braubach M. Housing, physical activity and health. Public Health Forum Journal. 2007; 5(3):2-6.

8. Bellew B, Schoeppe S, Bauman A, Bull F. The rise and fall of Australian physical activity policy 1996 - 2006: a national review framed in an international context. Australian Health Review (formerly Australia and New Zealand Health Policy). 2008; 5(18):1-10.

9. Bauman A, Ma G, Cuevas F, Omar Z, Waqanivalu T, Phongsavan P, Keke K, Bhushan A, Equity and Non-communicable Disease Risk Factors Project Collaborative Group (N A, Chen C, Chey T, Cui Z, Duante C, Galea G, Hu X, Kong L, Morales DD, F M, Salwa A, Samad I, Schoeppe S, Thoma R, Tin ST, Tuiketei T, Waidubu G). Cross-national comparisons of socioeconomic differences in the prevalence of leisure-time and occupational physical activity, and active commuting in six Asia-Pacific countries. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2011;65(1):35-43.

10. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland H, Oliver M, Curtis C. Associations of children’s independent mobility and active travel with physical activity, sedentary behaviour and weight status: A systematic review. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2013;16(4):312-319.

11. Schoeppe S, Oliver M, Badland HM, Burke M, Duncan M. Recruitment and Retention of Children in Behavioural Health Risk Factor Studies: REACH Strategies. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2014;21(5):794-803.

12. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Oliver M, Badland HM, Browne M. Associations between children’s independent mobility and physical activity. BMC Public Health 2014;14:91.

13. Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M, Rebar A, Alley S, Short C, Fallon L, Buzza G, Schoeppe S, Maher C, Duncan, M. Examining the use of evidence-based and social media supported tools in freely accessible physical activity intervention websites International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2014;11(1):105.

14. Guertler D, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Bland S, Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ. The association between physical activity, sitting time, sleep duration and sleep quality as correlates of presenteeism. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2015; 57(3):321-328.

15. Oliver, M, Schoeppe S, Mavoa S, Duncan S, Kelly P, Donovan P, Kyttä M. Children’s geographies for activity and play: An overview of measurement approaches. Book chapter in: Horton J and Evans B. (eds) Play, recreation, health and well-being, Vol. 9 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer Singapore.

16. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Oliver M, Browne M. Associations between children's active travel and levels of physical activity and sedentary behavior. Journal of Transport & Health 2015;2(3):336-342.

17. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Alley S, Williams S, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C. Socio-demographic factors and neighbourhood social cohesion influence adults’ willingness to grant children greater independent mobility: A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health 2015;15(690):1-8.

18. Schoeppe S, Tranter P, Duncan MJ, Curtis C, Carver A, Malone K. Australian children's independent mobility levels: Secondary analyses of cross-sectional data between 1991-2011. Children's Geographies, in press.

19. Schoeppe S, Trost S. Maternal and paternal support for physical activity and healthy eating behaviours in preschool children. BMC Public Health 2015;15:971.

20. Vandelanotte C, Short C, Plotnikoff RP, Hooker C, Cannoy D, Rebar A, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Mummery WK, Duncan MJ. TaylorActive – Examining the effectiveness of web-based personally-tailored videos to increase physical activity: a randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC Public Health 2015; 15:1020.

21. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Rebar A. Vandelanotte C. Too far from home? Adult attitudes on children’s independent mobility range. Children's Geographies 2016;14(4):482-489.

22. Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Short C, Alley S, Van Lippefelde W, Vandelanotte C. How is adults’ screen time behaviour influencing their views on screen time restrictions for children? A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health 2016;16:201.

23. Schoeppe S, Liersch S, Röbl M, Krauth C, Walter U. Mothers and fathers both matter: The positive influence of parental modelling on children’s leisure-time physical activity. Pediatric Exercise Science 2016;28:466-472.

24. Alley S, Schoeppe S, Guertler D, Jennings C, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C. Interest and preferences for using advanced physical activity tracking devices: Results of a national cross sectional survey. BMJ Open 2016;6:e011243.

25. Nikoloudakis I, Short C, Vandelanotte C, Rebar AL, Schoeppe S, Alley S, Duncan MJ, Short C. Examining the correlates of online health information-seeking behaviour among men compared with women. American Journal of Men’s Health, 2016 May DOI: 10.1177/1557988316650625

26. Granger D, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Short C, Rebar AL. Is preference for mHealth intervention delivery platform associated with delivery platform familiarity? BMC Public Health 2016;16:619.

27. Rebar AL. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Short CE, Dimmock JA, Jackson B, Conroy DE, Rhodes RE, Vandelanotte C. Automatic evaluation stimuli – The words Australian adults most use to describe physical activity and the pleasantness of physical activity. Frontiers in Psychology, in press.

28. Alley S, Wellens P, de Vries H, Short C, Vandelanotte C, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M. Impact of increasing social media use on sitting time and Body Mass Index. Australian Journal of Health Promotion, in press.

29. Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Bere E, Lien N, Verloigne M, Kovácse E, Manios Y, Bjelland M, Vikb FN, Van Lippevelde W. The influence of parental modelling on children's physical activity and screen time: Does it differ by gender? European Journal of Public Health 2017, 27(1):152-157.

30. Mueller AM, Vandelanotte C, Alley S, Schoeppe S. E- & mHealth physical activity and diet interventions in developing countries: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2016; 13:109.

31. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Van Lippevelde W, Bray N, Williams SL, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C. Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2016; 13: 127.

32. Alley S, Duncan MJ, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C. 8-year trends in physical activity, nutrition, TV viewing, smoking, alcohol and BMI: A comparison of younger and older Queensland adults. PLOSOne. 2017; 12(3): e0172510.

33. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Rebar AL, Hayman M, Bray NA, Van Lippevelde W, Gnam JP, Bachert P, Direito A, Vandelanotte C. Apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children: A review of quality, features and behaviour changes techniques. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2017; 14:83.

34. Duncan MJ, Murawski B, Short CE, Rebar AL, Schoeppe S, Alley S, Vandelanotte C. Wearable activity trackers differ in the implementation of behaviour change techniques in relation to activity, sleep and sedentary behaviours. JMIR. 2017 In press

Conference Presentations

Invited presentations

1. Schoeppe S. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children: Family-based interventions using apps. Invited presentation at the University of Newcastle, Priority Research Centre in Physical Activity and Nutrition, 22 September 2016, Newcastle, Australia.

2. Schoeppe S, Tranter P, Duncan MJ, Curtis C, Carver A, Malone K. The decline in children’s independent mobility: How does Australia compare to other countries? Invited oral presentation at the symposium ‘Correlates and consequences of declining children’s mobility: Evidence from Australia, Belgium, Canada and the United Kingdom’. Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8-11 June 2015, Cape Town, South Africa.

3. Schoeppe S. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children: Web- and app interventions for behaviour change. Invited presentation at the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, 1 June 2016, Karlsruhe, Germany.

4. Schoeppe S. Physical activity policy – national and international developments. Presentation provided to researchers and students within the Bachelor in Health Promotion and the Bachelor in Exercise and Health programs (Public Health module), Department of Health, Sport and Exercise Science, Waterford Institute of Technology, 22 January 2007, Waterford, Ireland.

Presentations

5. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Van Lippevelde W, Bray NA, Williams, SL, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C. Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: A systematic review. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7-10 June 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

6. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Rebar AL, Hayman M, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C. Do singles or couples live healthier lifestyles? Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7-10 June 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

7. Alley S, Duncan MJ, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C. 8-year Trends in Physical Activity, Nutrition, TV Viewing Time, Smoking and Alcohol in Older compared to younger Queensland Adults. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7-10 June 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

8. Rebar AL, Johnston R, Paterson JL, Short C, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C. Borrowing from Economics to Understand Time Spent Being Healthy. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7-10 June 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

9. Alley S, Duncan MJ, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C. 8-year Trends in Physical Activity, Nutrition, TV Viewing Time, Smoking and Alcohol in Queensland Adults Aged 65 and Over. Queensland Cardiovascular Research Showcase Event, 22 November 2016, Brisbane, Australia.

10. Cope K, Rebar AL, Schoeppe S, Alley S, Short C, Dimmock JA, Jackson B, Conroy DE, Rhodes RE, Vandelanotte C. Formative Research for Increasing Physical Activity and Reducing CVD Risk with Evaluative Conditioning I–Word Stimuli. Queensland Cardiovascular Research Showcase Event, 22 November 2016, Brisbane, Australia.

11. Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Bere E, Bjelland M, Kovácsd E, Androutsose O, Nordgård Vikb F, Van Lippevelde W. The influence of parental modelling on children’s physical activity and screen time: Does it differ by gender? Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8-11 June 2015, Cape Town, South Africa.

12. Alley S, Wellens P, Schoeppe S, de Vries H, Rebar AL, Short CE, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C. Associations of social media use, sedentary behaviour and body mass index. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8-11 June 2015, Cape Town, South Africa.

13. Alley S, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Jennings C, Schoeppe S, Guertler D. Attitudes, usage, intentions of use and preferences of physical activity monitors. Poster presentation at the Sports Medicine Australia Conference, 21-24 October 2015, Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast, Australia.

14. Schoeppe S, Trost S. Maternal and paternal support for physical activity and healthy eating in preschool children. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 3-6 June 2015, Edinburgh, Scotland.

15. Guertler D, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Bland S, Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ. The association between physical activity, sitting time, sleep duration and sleep quality as correlates of presenteeism. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 3-6 June 2015, Edinburgh, Scotland.

16. Schoeppe S. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour research in children. Transport, Physical Activity and Health Seminar organised by the Human Potential Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 27 November 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.

17. Schoeppe S, Trost S. Maternal and paternal support for physical activity and healthy eating in preschool children. Oral presentation at the Health Collaborative Research Network Symposium, Central Queensland University, 20 November 2014, Rockhampton, Australia.

18. Schoeppe S. Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Hanley C. How far away from home can children travel and play outdoors without adults? Adults’ attitudes towards children’s independent mobility. Oral presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, 8-11 April 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

19. Schoeppe S. Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Oliver M, Browne M. Associations between children’s active travel, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: Imputing missing survey and accelerometer data. Poster presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, 8-11 April 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

20. Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M, Rebar A, Alley S, Short C, Fallon L, Buzza G, Schoeppe S, Maher C, Duncan, M. Do freely accessible physical activity promotion websites use evidence-based and Web 2.0 supported tools to enable health behavior change? Oral presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, 8 - 11 April 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

21. Schoeppe S. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children - the role of independent mobility. Oral presentation at the workshop on Children’s Champions – A Community of Practice, 24 February 2014, Rockhampton Australia.

22. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Oliver M, Badland H, Browne M. How independently mobile are Australian children? Examining associations between independent mobility and physical activity. Poster presentation at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 22-25 May 2013, Ghent, Belgium.

23. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland H, Oliver M, Burke M. Recruitment and retention of children into behavioural physical activity and nutrition studies – Findings from a Delphi study. Oral presentation at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 22-25 May 2013, Ghent, Belgium.

24. Schoeppe S. Physical inactivity in Australian children – why we should encourage them to walk, cycle and play outdoors. Oral presentation at a Central Queensland University ‘Research Unplugged’ community event, 18 April 2013, Rockhampton, Australia.

25. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland H, Oliver M, Curtis C. Using travel diaries for measuring children’s independent mobility and active travel – Examples and experiences. Oral presentation at Be Active 2012/4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, 31 October – 03 November 2012, Sydney, Australia.

26. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Oliver M, Badland H, Burke M. (2012) Recruit, Engage and retAin Children in behavioral Health research – The REACH framework. Poster presentation at 12th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, 29 August – 1 September 2012, Budapest, Hungary.

27. Schoeppe S. Choosing the right statistics - Research questions, study design and variables. Oral presentation at a PhD Student Workshop organised by the Human Potential Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 1 August 2012, Auckland, New Zealand.

28. Schoeppe S. Are free range kids healthier? Associations of independent mobility and active travel with health and social factors in children. Oral presentation at a PhD Student Workshop organised by the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition, Auckland University of Technology, 30 June 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.

29. Schoeppe S, Duncan M, Badland H, Oliver M. (2011) Are free range kids healthier? Associations of independent mobility and active travel with health outcomes: A systematic review. Poster presentation at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 15-18 June 2011, Melbourne, Australia.

30. Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. (2010) Clinical effectiveness of PET for lymphoma – A systematic review. Oral presentation at the Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi) Conference, 6-9 June 2010, Dublin, Ireland.

31. Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. (2010) Clinical effectiveness of PET for lymphoma – findings from a systematic review. Oral presentation at a seminar held by the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, The University of Sydney, 26 May 2010, Sydney, Australia.

32. Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. (2009) PET for lymphoma – MSAC systematic review. Oral presentation at a seminar held by the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, The University of Sydney, 13 November 2009, Sydney, Australia.

33. Schoeppe S. Analysing clinical papers. Workshop leader and oral presentation at the Australasian Medical Writers Association’s 26th Annual Conference on Medical Writing in Focus, 16-17 October 2009, the University of Sydney, Australia.

34. Schoeppe S. Creating physical activity supportive residential environments - interventions in Europe. Oral presentation at the International Symposium: Health Enhancing Physical Activity (HEPA) in Children and Adolescents, 28 February – 01 March 2007, Karlsruhe, Germany.

35. Schoeppe S. European review of interventions to create residential environments supportive to physical activity - The consultation process and case study collection. WHO Technical Meeting on Tackling Obesity by Creating Healthy Residential Environments, 29-30 November 2006, Bonn, Germany.

36. Bauman AB, Schoeppe S, Phongsavan PH. Diffusion and dissemination of physical activity programs and research between countries – an international perspective. 5th International Physical Activity and Public Health Training Course, 9-11 May 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

37. Bauman AB, Schoeppe S, Lewicka M, Phongsavan PH, Armstrong T. A framework for assessing physical activity best practices in low and middle income countries. 5th International Physical Activity and Public Health Training Course, 9-11 May 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

38. Schoeppe S, Bauman AB, Phongsavan P. (2005) Developing a Physical Activity Network in the Asia Pacific Region - The challenge. Oral presentation at the 5th National Physical Activity Conference, 13-16 October 2005, Melbourne, Australia.

39. Schoeppe S, Bauman AB, Bull F. (2005) National Physical Activity Policy - Achievements and Future Challenges. Oral presentation at the 15th National Conference of the Australian Health Promotion Association: 20/20 Vision – 20 years since Ottawa, 20 years from now, 13-16 March 2005, Canberra, Australia.

40. Schoeppe S, Bauman AB, Phongsavan P. (2004) Towards the Development of a Physical Activity Network in the Western Pacific Region. Oral presentation at the WHO Regional NCD Network Meeting ‘Scaling up NCD Prevention and Control in the Western Pacific: Beyond Demonstration, Achieving Results’, 3-6 August 2004, Manila, Philippines.

41. Schoeppe S, Neuber A, Flick U, Schwartz FW, Walter U. (2003). Concepts of health and ageing in scientific medical and nursing journals. Poster presentation at the Annual Conference of the German Society for Social Medicine and Prevention, 24-27 September 2003, Greifswald, Germany.

42. Schoeppe S, Neuber A, Flick U, Schwartz FW, Walter U. (2003). Health and health potentials in old age – a matter for general practitioners and nurses? Oral presentation at a seminar held by the Department of Epidemiology, Social Medicine and Health System Research, Hanover Medical School, 23 April 2003, Hanover, Germany.

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Public health, health promotion, prevention, physical activity, sedentary behaviour, child health, family-based interventions, smartphone interventions

Commissioned Reports

1.       Bauman A, Phongsavan P, Schoeppe S, Chey Y. Noncommunicable disease risk factors and socioeconomic inequalities – what are the links? 2010. A multicountry analysis of noncommunicable disease surveillance data. A report of the Centre for Physical Activity and Health, the University of Sydney commissioned by the World Health Organization Western Pacific Regional Office, Manila, Philippines. (Available at: http://www.wpro.who.int/NR/rdonlyres/B4056C24-188E-4935-82E6-864D95803D47/0/WHOSESFINALforupload.pdf).

2.       Schoeppe S, Lewis S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. Positron emission tomography for cervical cancer. 2010. A report commissioned by the Australian Medical Services Advisory Committee, Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, Australia. (Available at: http://www.health.gov.au/internet/msac/publishing.nsf/Content/8FD1D98FE64C8A2FCA2575AD0082FD8F/$File/35e_MSAC_Report.pdf). 

3.       Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. Positron emission tomography for lymphoma. 2009. A report commissioned by the Australian Medical Services Advisory Committee, Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, Australia. (Available at: http://www.health.gov.au/internet/msac/publishing.nsf/Content/8FD1D98FE64C8A2FCA2575AD0082FD8F/$File/35C_MSAC_Assessment_Report.pdf). 

4.       Lewis S, Schoeppe S, Marinovich L, Wortley S. International review on positron emission tomography (PET). 2009. A report prepared for the Australian Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, Australia.

5.       Schoeppe S, Braubach M. Tackling obesity by creating healthy residential environments. 2007. A report of the WHO European Centre for Environment and Health commissioned by the German Ministry of Health, Berlin, Germany. (Available at:http://www.euro.who.int/document/e90593.pdf).

6.       Armstrong T, Bauman A, Bull F, Candeias V, Lewicka M, Magnussen C, Persson A, Schoeppe S. Implementation of the WHO Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health - A guide for population-based approaches to increasing physical activity. 2007. International guideline of the World Health Organization Headquarter, Geneva, Switzerland. (Available at: http://www.who.int/dietphysicalactivity/PA-promotionguide-2007.pdf).

7.       Bauman A, Schoeppe S, Phongsavan P. Physical activity guidelines for the Western Pacific Region – examples of current guidelines and recommendations. 2006. A report commissioned by the World Health Organization Western Pacific Regional Office, Manila, Philippines.

8.       Bauman A, Schoeppe S, Lewicka M, Armstrong T. Review of best practice in interventions to promote physical activity in developing countries. 2006. A report commissioned by the World Health Organization Headquarter, Geneva, Switzerland and the WHO Centre for Health Development Kobe, Japan. (Available at: http://www.who.int/dietphysicalactivity/bestpracticePA2008.pdf).

9.       Bauman AB, Schoeppe S, Phongsavan PH. Development of the Asia Pacific Physical Activity Network (APPAN) website. 2005. A report commissioned by the World Health Organization Western Pacific Regional Office, Manila, Philippines.

10.   Schoeppe S, Bauman A. Dissemination of research findings into policy and practice. A literature review. 2004. Report of the Centre for Physical Activity and Health, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney, Australia.

11.   Schoeppe S, Bauman A, Bull F. International review of national physical activity policy – a literature review. 2004. Report of the Centre for Physical Activity and Health, School of Public Health, the University of Sydney, Australia. (Available at: http://www.cpah.health.usyd.edu.au/pdfs/2004_PA_Policy.pdf).

12.   Walter U, Flick U, Fischer C, Neuber A, Henze R, Schoeppe S, Schwartz FW. Concepts of health and ageing of general practitioners and nurses in the ambulatory care of older people. 2003. A joint report of the Hanover Medical School and the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany.

13.   Schoeppe S, Neuber S, Fischer C, Schwartz FW, Flick U, Walter U. Concepts of health and ageing in scientific medical and nursing journals. 2003. A report of the Department of Epidemiology, Social Medicine and Health System Research, Hanover Medical School, Germany.

MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Human Movement and Sports Science - Human Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified
Measurement, correlates and interventions related to physical activity and sedentary behaviour
Public Health and Health Services - Health Promotion
Policy, built and social environments for physical activity, sedentary behaviour and health, family-based interventions to promote physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in children and adults; social and environmental factors that determine health behaviours
Public Health and Health Services - Preventive Medicine
Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, nutrition and health, health behaviour interventions, determinants of health behaviours
Public Health and Health Services - Community Child Health
Children's active transport, independent mobility and health
PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES
Psychology - Psychological Methodology, Design and Analysis
Quantitative and qualitative research methods
Psychology - Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
healthy behaviours, health behaviour change techniques, health behaviour change theories
MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Public Health and Health Services - Health Promotion
Public Health and Health Services - Preventive Medicine
Journal article

Alley, S. J., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Age differences in physical activity intentions and implementation intention preferences. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 41(3), 406-415. doi:10.1007/s10865-017-9899-y

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Alley, S., van Uffelen, J. G. Z., Duncan, M. J., De Cocker, K., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Sitting time In adults 65 years and over: Behaviour, knowledge, and intentions to change. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 26(2), 276-283. doi:10.1123/japa.2016-0304

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Schoeppe, S., Vandelanotte, C., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., Duncan, M. J., & Alley, S. J. (2018). Do singles or couples live healthier lifestyles? Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. PLoS ONE, 13(2), 1-14. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0192584

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Byrne, L., Schoeppe, S., & Bradshaw, J. (2018). Recovery without autonomy: Progress forward or more of the same for mental health service users?. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 1-11. doi:10.1111/inm.12446

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Duncan, M., Murawski, B., Short, C. E., Rebar, A. L., Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., . . . Kirwan, M. (2017). Activity trackers implement different behavior change techniques for activity, sleep, and sedentary behaviors. Interactive Journal of Medical Research, 6(2), 1-12. doi:10.2196/ijmr.6685

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Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., Bray, N. A., Van Lippevelde, W., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children and adolescents: A review of quality, features and behaviour change techniques. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 1-10. doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0538-3

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Schoeppe, S., Vandelanotte, C., Bere, E., Lien, N., Verloigne, M., Kovács, É., . . . Van Lippevelde, W. (2017). The influence of parental modelling on children's physical activity and screen time: Does it differ by gender?. European Journal of Public Health, 27(1), 152-157. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw182

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Alley, S., Duncan, M. J., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). 8-year trends in physical activity, nutrition, TV viewing time, smoking, alcohol and BMI: A comparison of younger and older Queensland adults. PLOS ONE, 12(3), 1-14. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172510

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Rebar, A. L., Johnston, R., Paterson, J. L., Short, C. E., Schoeppe, S., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). A test of how Australian adults allocate time for physical activity. Behavioral Medicine, 1-6. doi:10.1080/08964289.2017.1361902

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Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Van Lippevelde, W., Bray, N. A., Williams, S. L., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: A systematic review.. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13, 1-26. doi:10.1186/s12966-016-0454-y

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Schoeppe, S., Liersch, S., Röbl, M., Krauth, C., & Walter, U. (2016). Mothers and fathers both matter: the positive influence of parental physical activity modelling on children's leisure-time physical activity. Pediatric Exercise Science, 28(3), 466-472. doi:10.1123/pes.2015-0236

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Granger, D., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M. J., Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., Short, C., & Rebar, A. (2016). Is preference for mHealth intervention delivery platform associated with delivery platform familiarity?. BMC Public Health, 16(1), 619-625. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3316-2

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Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., Guertler, D., Jennings, C., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Interest and preferences for using advanced physical activity tracking devices: Results of a national cross-sectional survey. BMJ Open, 6(7), 1-9. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011243

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Nikoloudakis, I. A., Vandelanotte, C., Rebar, A. L., Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Duncan, M. J., & Short, C. E. (2016). Examining the correlates of online health information-seeking behavior among men compared with women. American Journal of Men's Health, 1-10. doi:10.1177/1557988316650625

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Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., Short, C. E., Alley, S., Van Lippevelde, W., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). How is adults' screen time behaviour influencing their views on screen time restrictions for children? A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 16, 1-5. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-2789-3

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Schoeppe, S., Tranter, P., Duncan, M., Curtis, C., Carver, A., & Malone, K. (2016). Australian children's independent mobility levels: secondary analyses of cross-sectional data between 1991 and 2012. Children's geographies., 14(4), 408-421. doi:10.1080/14733285.2015.1082083

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Rebar, A. L., Schoeppe, S., Alley, S. J., Short, C. E., Dimmock, J. A., Jackson, B., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Automatic evaluation stimuli: The most frequently used words to describe physical activity and the pleasantness of physical activity. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1-7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01277

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Alley, S., Wellens, P., Schoeppe, S., de Vries, H., Rebar, A. L., Short, C. E., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Impact of increasing social media use on sitting time and body mass index. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 28(2), 91-95. doi:10.1071/HE16026

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Müller, A., Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). The effectiveness of e-& mHealth interventions to promote physical activity and healthy diets in developing countries: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13, 1-14. doi:10.1186/s12966-016-0434-2

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Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Oliver, M., & Browne, M. (2015). Associations between children׳s active travel and levels of physical activity and sedentary behavior. Journal of transport and health., 2(3), 336-342. doi:10.1016/j.jth.2015.05.001

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Schoeppe, S., & Trost, S. (2015). Maternal and paternal support for physical activity and healthy eating in preschool children : a cross-sectional study. BMC public health., VOL(ISSUE), 1-7. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2318-9

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Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Alley, S., Williams, S., Rebar, A., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Socio-demographic factors and neighbourhood social cohesion influence adults’ willingness to grant children greater independent mobility : a cross-sectional study. BMC public health., 15, 690-697. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2053-2

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Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., Plotnikoff, R., Hooker, C., Canoy, D., Rebar, A., . . . Duncan, M. (2015). TaylorActive : examining the effectiveness of web-based personally-tailored videos to increase physical activity : a randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC public health., 15, 1-14. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2363-4

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Guertler, D., Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., & Duncan, M. (2015). The association between physical activity, sitting time, sleep duration, and sleep quality, as correlates of presenteeism. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine., 57(3), 321-328. doi:10.1097/JOM.0000000000000355

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Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Rebar, A., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Too far from home? : adult attitudes on children's independent mobility range. Children's geographies., (2015), 1-8. doi:10.1080/14733285.2015.1116685

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Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Oliver, M., & Browne, M. (2014). Associations between children's independent mobility and physical activity. BMC public health., 14(91), 1-9. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-91

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Vandelanotte, C., Kirwan, M., Rebar, A., Alley, S., Short, C., Fallon, L., . . . Duncan, M. (2014). Examining the use of evidence-based and social media supported tools in freely accessible physical activity intervention websites. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 11(1), 1-12. doi:10.1186/s12966-014-0105-0

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Schoeppe, S., Oliver, M., Badland, H., Burke, M., & Duncan, M. (2014). Recruitment and retention of children in behavioral health risk factor studies : REACH strategies. International journal of behavioral medicine., 21(5), 794-803. doi:10.1007/s12529-013-9347-5

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Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Oliver, M., & Curtis, C. (2013). Associations of children's independent mobility and active travel with physical activity, sedentary behaviour and weight status : a systematic review. Journal of science and medicine in sport., 16(4), 312-319. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2012.11.001

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Bellew, B., Schoeppe, S., Bull, F., & Bauman, A. (2008). The rise and fall of Australian physical activity policy 1996 - 2006 : a national review framed in an international context. Australia and New Zealand health policy., 5(18), 1-10. doi:10.1186/1743-8462-5-18

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Schoeppe, S., Neuber, A., Schwartz, F. W., Fischer, C., Flick, U., & Walter, U. (2003). Concepts of health in scientific journals. Public Health Forum, 11(41), 19-20.

Bull, F., Bellew, B., Schoeppe, S., & Bauman, A. (2004). Developments in national physical activity policy : an international review and recommendations towards better practice. Journal of science and medicine in sport., 7(1), 93-104. doi:10.1016/S1440-2440(04)80283-4

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Bauman, A., Nelson, D., Pratt, M., Matsudo, V., & Schoeppe, S. (2006). Dissemination of physical activity evidence, programs, policies and surveillance in the international public health arena. American journal of preventive medicine., 31(4), 57-65. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2006.06.026

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Schoeppe, S., & Braubach, M. (2007). Housing, physical activity and health. Public Health Forum, 2-6.

Bauman, A., Phongsavan, P., Schoeppe, S., & Owen, N. (2006). Physical activity measurement : a primer for health promotion. Global health promotion., 13(2), 92-103. doi:10.1177/10253823060130020103

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Conference paper

Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Rebar, A. I., Hayman, M., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Do singles or couples live healthier lifestyles?: Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. In Abstract book for the ISBNPA 2017 Annual Meeting (pp. 287-288). Online: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Retrieved from http://eventmobi.com/isbnpa17/

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Book chapter

Oliver, M., Schoeppe, S., Mavoa, S., Duncan, S., Kelly, P., Donovan, P., & Kyttä, M. (2016). Children’s geographies for activity and play: An overview of measurement approaches. In T. Skelton (Ed.), Play, recreation, health and well-being (pp. 67-86). Singapore: Springer.

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Bull, F., Schoeppe, S., Bauman, A., & Weston, E. (2004). An international review of policies on physical activity. In Unknown (Ed.), Getting Australia active. II, an update of evidence on physical activity for health (2nd ed., pp. 69-85). Melbourne, Vic: National Public Health Partnership. Retrieved from http://www.health.vic.gov.au/

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