Exploring the links between exercise, brain stimulation and eating behaviours to promote healthier eating and prevent obesity and metabolic disease.
This study will explore the intersection between masculinity and poverty and its impact on health.
The development and evaluation of a digital intervention to increase physical activity in disabled older adults
A potential way to promote physical activity in community-dwelling older adults with disabilities is through web-based (or digital) interventions.
Dose-response associations of physical activity with weight management: a multilevel-network meta-regression analysis of aggregate data
The main purpose of this research question is to investigate the optimal dose (METs/week) to manage weight effectively.
Interventions to increase the consistency and quality of exercise provision for people being managed conservatively with intermittent claudication due to peripheral artery disease
This study will develop and test interventions to enhance the exercise provision for people with peripheral artery disease.
Investigating the benefits of walking goals for puppies and their owners.
Using a breast cancer diagnosis as a teachable moment for mothers and their daughters for primary and secondary prevention
Exploring how to engage with breast cancer patients and their daughters and granddaughters to encourage physical activity.
Process evaluation of the dataset of a large, community-based, exercise and behavioural maintenance trial using mixed methods approaches
Examining the mechanisms of change and maintenance of physical function 12-months post intervention.
Reframing middle-aged women’s possible selves to change physical activity and exercise perceptions and behaviours
Exploring if interventions can be used to help middle-aged women to modify their future selves and help to increase physical activity and exercise behaviours.
A number of theories are used to underpin behaviour change interventions aiming to improve health outcomes, but evidence is yet to identify that these are fully successful.