Ms Kate Drury
Associate Lecturer

Ms Kate Drury

Bachelor of Nursing (University of Technology, Sydney)

Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation (University of Wollongong)

Master of Research (Western Sydney University) 

Doctor of Philosophy - current (Western Sydney University)

 

Medicine & Health
School of Health Sciences

My main research interests are cardiopulmonary diseases and the use of exercise for diagnosis and management. My MRes focused on understanding heart-lung interactions and the functional consequences of altered cardiac morphology in powerlifters. My PhD is examining exercise testing practices in undifferentiated breathlessness and heart failure.

Alongside my cardiac-focused research, I am also a dual-qualified clinician, with a background in critical care nursing and cardiopulmonary exercise physiology. I currently teach the cardiovascular accreditation requirements in the Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology programs at UNSW.

  • Journal articles | 2023
    Drury K; Green S, 2023, 'Effects of intensity and training on cardiovascular responses to the Valsalva maneouvre', Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology, 34, pp. 111 - 119, http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/jbcpp-2022-0029