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Promoting adolescent mental health awareness and self-care in sport: applying virtual reality technologies

  Research Group: Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience
There is mounting concern about the high prevalence of mental illness among adolescents. Early identification of mental health needs and the introduction of services have been shown to be effective in supporting young people from developing further illness. Read more

Sport and the remaking of ‘race’ during the Black Lives Matter Movement SSEHS/ND

This study will examine sports role in the facilitation of athlete activism against racism across the Black diaspora (North America, UK, Western Europe) amongst the backdrop of BLM from a decolonial and intersectional perspective. Read more

Testing the efficacy and mechanisms of the 'gravitostat' as a tool to support long-term weight loss in people with obesity SSEHS/JAK/2

Obesity is disease that adversely affects the physical and mental health of many people in low- and high-income nations. Whilst progress has been made regarding lifestyle approaches supporting weight loss, weight regain remains a key clinical challenge. Read more

Northumbria University- pro:NE BAME Studentship (RDF22/proNE/JHA)

This is an open call for full time Doctoral Research Studentship applications for UK-HOME candidates from BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds. Read more

The Emergence and Development of Sports Coaching in the Twentieth-Century: From vocation to profession

While the history of coaching and its parallel disciplines (strength and conditioning, sport psychology etc.) has been examined in the United States and Britain in the eighteenth century, no substantive research has examined changes in elite sports coaching in the twentieth century. Read more
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