Outdoor exercise embodiment

HART researchers, Dr Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and Dr Aspasia Leledaki (Independent Researcher and HART Associate Member), have recently published their work on the sensory dimensions of outdoor exercise, and the ways in which people engage in ‘making sense of the senses’. Continue reading Outdoor exercise embodiment

Research on workplace weight-loss programme

HART members, Hannah Henderson and Geoff Middleton, have recently published research that highlights results from a workplace-based weight loss programme for employees working in the private and public sectors. The project was undertaken alongside a number of colleagues from the Continue reading Research on workplace weight-loss programme

HART Research on Exercise Referral

HART researcher, Hannah Henderson, and her colleague, David Mullineaux, conducted an evaluation exploring exercise referral patients’ physical activity levels (measured via the New Zealand Physical Activity Questionnaire) and well-being (measured via the EQ5D). Changes that occurred between week 1, at Continue reading HART Research on Exercise Referral

Further HART presentations

Summer is always a busy time for the HART team, particularly in relation to research. This September, several of the HART team successfully presented their research at international and national academic conferences including the 4th International Conference on Qualitative Research in Continue reading Further HART presentations

Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge evaluation report completed

Recently members of the HART team completed an evaluation of the Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge (WPC) in partnership with Lincolnshire Sport. The team included Evaluation officer and Postgraduate student Alice Carter and her supervisory team Dr. Adam Evans, Geoff Middleton and Daniel Continue reading Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge evaluation report completed