Tiê Yamato, BPhty, MSc (BPhty), PhD
School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle
Tiê completed a Masters in Physiotherapy at University of Sao Paulo City in 2013 and PhD at the School of Public Health, University of Sydney. She was supervised by Prof Chris Maher and Dr Anne Moseley holding a full-time PhD scholarship from CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Level -or Education- Personnel), Brazil.
Tiê has published over 45 research studies in the last 5 years. The overarching focus of her research is on effectiveness of treatments for chronic back pain, disabling musculoskeletal pain in children and waste in research. Tie’s research has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals such as Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, British Journal of Sports Medicine, and Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. Tiê has presented in major national and international conferences. She also contributes to peer-review for over 10 international journals, including JOSPT, BMJ Open, BMC, Spine and PLOS One.
Due to her work on PEDro (Physiotherapy Evidence Database) and the large Brazilian community using the database (#1 country that most access PEDro), Tiê is one of the creators of the blog ‘PEDrinho’ to bring the best evidence indexed in the PEDro database to Portuguese speakers (over 4,000 followers). Tiê is also the co-lead of the International Collaboration for Early Career Researchers (ICECReam.org).
See Tiê Yamato’s publications here.