Search results for 'Men's Health' (4)
Dr Kathryn Curran
Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity, Exercise and Health and Level 5 leader - Sport, Physical Activity and Health.
Professor Brendan Gough
Brendan is a Social Psychologist and expert in qualitative research methods, with research interests in contemporary masculinity, lifestyle and well being. He has worked on projects looking at men’s grooming practices and body image, weight management, and male mental health issues.
Dr Andy Pringle
Andy Pringle is a Reader in Physical Activity and Public Health and is the Research and Enterprise Lead for Physical Activity. He performs teaching and research into the effectiveness of physical activity and health interventions with adults and older adults. He was previously a Senior Health Promotion Specialist working in Primary care and Community settings. he makes a contribution to physical activity policy and practice through a number of international organisations and projects with a responsibility for public health and physical activity.
Dr Esmee Hanna
Dr Esmée Hanna is a research assistant within the University’s Centre for Public Health Promotion, and a Sociologist, with specific experience and expertise in qualitative research, including visual methods. Her major research interests are around fatherhood, men’s reproduction, families and young people.