Dr Hannah Rice
Lecturer in Biomechanics

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Journal articles

Rice HM, Jamison ST, Davis IS (In Press). Footwear Matters: Influence of Footwear and Foot Strike on Load Rates during Running. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 48(12), 2462-2468. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Rice HM, Saunders SC, McGuire SJ, O'Leary TJ, Izard RM (2018). Estimates of Tibial Shock Magnitude in Men and Women at the Start and end of a Military Drill Training Program. Mil Med Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Dixon S, Nunns M, House C, Rice H, Mostazir M, Stiles V, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A (2018). Prospective study of biomechanical risk factors for second and third metatarsal stress fractures in military recruits. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Abstract. DOI.
Rice H, Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2017). A narrow bimalleolar width is a risk factor for ankle inversion injury in male military recruits: a prospective study. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon), 41, 14-19. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Dixon S, Rice H, Carden P, Patel M, Han S, Hales R, Davey T, Fallowfield J (2017). Changes in lower limb biomechanics and metatarsal stress fracture with different military boots. Footwear Science, 9, S134-S135. DOI.
Rice H, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2017). Influence of a 12.8-km military load carriage activity on lower limb gait mechanics and muscle activity. Ergonomics, 60(5), 649-656. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rice H, Patel M (2017). Manipulation of Foot Strike and Footwear Increases Achilles Tendon Loading during Running. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 45(10), 2411-2417. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Davis IS, Rice HM, Wearing SC (2017). Why forefoot striking in minimal shoes might positively change the course of running injuries. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 6(2), 154-161. Abstract. DOI.
Nunns M, House C, Rice H, Mostazir M, Davey T, Stiles V, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2016). Four biomechanical and anthropometric measures predict tibial stress fracture: a prospective study of 1065 Royal Marines. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(19), 1206-1210. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Nunns M, Rice H, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Stiles V, Dixon S (2013). A prospective study identifying risk factors for tibial stress fracture in Royal Marine recruits: initial findings. Footwear Science, 5(SUPPL. 1). DOI.
Dixon S, Nunns M, House C, Rice H, Stiles V (2013). Ankle joint kinematics influence risk of third metatarsal stress fracture in military recruits. Footwear Science, 5(SUPPL. 1). DOI.
Rice H, Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2013). High medial plantar pressures during barefoot running are associated with increased risk of ankle inversion injury in Royal Marine recruits. Gait and Posture, 38(4), 614-618. Abstract. DOI.
Rice H, Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2013). High medial plantar pressures during barefoot running are associated with increased risk of ankle inversion injury in Royal Marine recruits. Gait Posture, 38(4), 614-618. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

Publications by year



In Press

Rice HM, Jamison ST, Davis IS (In Press). Footwear Matters: Influence of Footwear and Foot Strike on Load Rates during Running. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 48(12), 2462-2468. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2018

Rice HM, Saunders SC, McGuire SJ, O'Leary TJ, Izard RM (2018). Estimates of Tibial Shock Magnitude in Men and Women at the Start and end of a Military Drill Training Program. Mil Med Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Dixon S, Nunns M, House C, Rice H, Mostazir M, Stiles V, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A (2018). Prospective study of biomechanical risk factors for second and third metatarsal stress fractures in military recruits. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Abstract. DOI.

2017

Rice H, Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2017). A narrow bimalleolar width is a risk factor for ankle inversion injury in male military recruits: a prospective study. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon), 41, 14-19. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Dixon S, Rice H, Carden P, Patel M, Han S, Hales R, Davey T, Fallowfield J (2017). Changes in lower limb biomechanics and metatarsal stress fracture with different military boots. Footwear Science, 9, S134-S135. DOI.
Rice H, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2017). Influence of a 12.8-km military load carriage activity on lower limb gait mechanics and muscle activity. Ergonomics, 60(5), 649-656. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rice H, Patel M (2017). Manipulation of Foot Strike and Footwear Increases Achilles Tendon Loading during Running. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 45(10), 2411-2417. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Davis IS, Rice HM, Wearing SC (2017). Why forefoot striking in minimal shoes might positively change the course of running injuries. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 6(2), 154-161. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Nunns M, House C, Rice H, Mostazir M, Davey T, Stiles V, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2016). Four biomechanical and anthropometric measures predict tibial stress fracture: a prospective study of 1065 Royal Marines. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(19), 1206-1210. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2013

Nunns M, Rice H, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Stiles V, Dixon S (2013). A prospective study identifying risk factors for tibial stress fracture in Royal Marine recruits: initial findings. Footwear Science, 5(SUPPL. 1). DOI.
Dixon S, Nunns M, House C, Rice H, Stiles V (2013). Ankle joint kinematics influence risk of third metatarsal stress fracture in military recruits. Footwear Science, 5(SUPPL. 1). DOI.
Rice H, Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2013). High medial plantar pressures during barefoot running are associated with increased risk of ankle inversion injury in Royal Marine recruits. Gait and Posture, 38(4), 614-618. Abstract. DOI.
Rice H, Nunns M, House C, Fallowfield J, Allsopp A, Dixon S (2013). High medial plantar pressures during barefoot running are associated with increased risk of ankle inversion injury in Royal Marine recruits. Gait Posture, 38(4), 614-618. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.