Identity, aspirations and eating behaviours

Researchers at Loughborough University are investigating the association between  individuals, their goals and their eating behaviours and are looking for participants to complete a short two-part online questionnaire. It is hoped that the results of this study will provide insights that will enable further more detailed research into the important area of eating behaviour. It is […]

Conference postponed: From Science to Services

Rather than reschedule this year, we have decided to host the event on 29th April 2021.  The second joint conference between the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine and the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine will be taking place at the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University. The conference From Science to […]

NCSEM-EM academics to evaluate Active Link programme

Loughborough University academics Dr Florence Kinnafick, Dr Lauren Sherar and Dr Andrew Brinkley are working with Fit4Life CIC, Sport Birmingham and City of Birmingham Schools on a project ‘Active Link’ using physical activity to raise aspirations and help build positive relationships for pupils in Birmingham. Active Link uses sport and positive role models to promote […]

Loughborough academic publishes new sporting book

Dr Jamie Barker, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences has co-authored a new book titled ‘The Psychology of Soccer’. The literature seeks to present a detailed understanding of the theories underpinning the psychological issues relating to soccer along with practical insights into effective psychological […]

Heat research from Loughborough featured in global triathlon guide

The document, titled ‘Beat the Heat’, has been written in cooperation with the International Triathlon Union, and the University of Canberra Research Institute for Sport and Exercise (UCRISE), to help triathletes, coaches and support teams by providing recommendations to optimise performance and minimise the occurrence of heat illness. Loughborough’s research stemmed from research assistant Ben […]

Public lecture: Can exercise help fight cancer?

Dr Fehmidah Munir will present at an NCSEM public lecture on exercise and cancer this March. Dr Munir is a Reader in Health Psychology and a registered Health Psychologist working at the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University. She has 15 years of experience working with those affected by cancer, their health […]

Public lecture: Type 2 diabetes reversal: fact or fiction?

Dr Baldry is a clinical academic and researcher working at the Leicester Diabetes Research Centre. As a registered Dietitian she has ten years of experience working in diverse ethnic communities, with all life stages and wide-ranging nutrition and dietetic needs. Dr Baldry is a specialist in weight and obesity management, focussed on metabolic, obesity-related chronic […]

Loughborough academics looking for volunteers aged over 65 for study on the impact of exergames

The study aims to determine whether playing interactive videogames on a balance board can help improve older adults balance and decrease their risk of falls. Participants will be asked to attend three training sessions a week for eight weeks at the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine at Loughborough University. Each training session will […]

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