Reviewer of the Year for 2009

Mr. Luke Perraton, B. Physio., M. Physio (Musc and Sport), a resident of Australia, was named the IJAHSP "Reviewer of the Year - 2009" by the Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor for his outstanding volunteer efforts as a peer reviewer. This recognition is given to the reviewer who has provided extraordinary service and support to the editorial efforts of the journal and who has provided authors with invaluable assistance in writing their manuscripts. Luke provides insightful and thoughtful reviews that have helped authors to publish their work.

Luke Perraton works as a research assistant at the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE) and works clinically as a sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist. He graduated from La Trobe University in Melbourne in 2001 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and completed the Master of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy program at the University of South Australia in 2008. He was the recipient of the Brooks running prize and the Marie Hammond prize for academic achievement during 2008. Luke has diverse working experience having worked in private and public sectors in Melbourne, Adelaide, Cairns, Darwin and Scotland. His clinical interests relate to sports medicine and include the management of overuse injuries, running and cycling biomechanics and adventure sports. As an emerging and early career researcher, Luke’s research interests lie in evidence based practice and in the role of exercise in the management of mental and physical health problems. Luke also undertakes teaching as part of educational programs delivered through iCAHE. Luke has an emerging publications and presentations portfolio having published widely (6) and presented at the 2008 South Australian Physiotherapy symposium and the 2009 Sports Medicine Australia national conferences.


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