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Lorena Lozano-Sufrategui

Lorena Lozano-Sufrategui
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Lorena Lozano-Sufrategui

Senior Lecturer

Carnegie School Of Sport

0113 81 29111

About Lorena Lozano-Sufrategui

Lorena Lozano's expertise is on the promotion of physical activity and health for a range of populations, including children, adults, and people with disabilities. Lorena uses a range of qualitative methodologies to explore how to promote health in hard-to-reach populations.

Lorena is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity, Exercise and Health. Lorena graduated with her first degree in PE teaching in 2007, before going to complete a BEd in Early Childhood Studies, and then a BSc in Sport and Exercise Sciences. She also holds an MSc in Physical Activity and Public Health and a PhD.

During the completion of the above degrees, Lorena also gained valuable practical experience in a variety of settings, including: coaching athletics, working as a volunteer promoting sport for children and adults with disabilities, personal training, and taking the role of an exercise instructor in cardiac rehabilitation programmes.

Current Teaching

  • Introduction to Sport, Physical Activity and Health
  • Applied Exercise Teaching
  • Science of Physical Activity and Health for Children and Young People
  • Research Methods in PASES
  • Introduction to Research and Study Skills for Sport, Physical Activity and Health
  • Contemporary Health Issues and Physical Activity Rehabilitation

Research Interests

Lorena's research aims to understand hard-to-reach groups experiences of participating in health-improvement interventions. Using a qualitative approach, Lorena's work is eminently practical in setting forth general, specific and nuanced person-centred principles for policy and practice development. Her work has informed the development of men-only weight management programmes in the UK, and she's acted as a consultant in a national men's health steering group.

Selected Publications

Journal articles (6)

Chapters (1)

  • Pringle AR; Zwolinsky S; Lozano L; Hargreaves J; McKenna J (2015) Assessing the impact of football-based health improvement programmes: Stay onside, avoid own goals and bag. In: Parnell D; Richardson D Football, Community and Social Inclusion. : , pp. .
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Conference contributions (3)

  • Curran K; Pringle AR; McKenna J; Lozano L; Zwolinsky S (2016) Engaging Men in Fit Reds: A men's physical activity and behaviour change intervention delivered through a professional football club. Cape Town 08/06/2016.
  • Curran KM; Lozano L; Pringle A (2015) Engaging hard-to-reach men through Trim Down Shape Up, a bespoke men's weight management programme San Diego, USA 26/05/2015.
  • Lozano L; Pringle AR; McKenna J (2013) Friendly, Flexible and Fun: men's experiences of an exercise group for weight loss Oxford 09/12/2013.

Reports (4)

  • Pringle AR; Zwolinksy S; Curran K; McKenna J; Lozano L; Collins P; Parnell D (2015) An Audit of Health Improvement Activities Delivered in/by Professional Football Club Community Schemes: Draft.
  • Curran KM; Brook K; Lozano L; Parnell D; Zwolinsky S; Pringle A (2015) An independent evaluation of 'Fit Reds'; a football-led health improvement programme for men delivered at Barnsley Football Club. Leeds Beckett University: Institute of Sport, Physical Activity and Leisure, Centre for Active Lifestyles.
  • Lozano L; McKenna J; Pringle A; Carless D (2014) How do "hard-to-reach" men experience weight problems before, during, and after attending Trim Down, Shape Up?. Lose Weight Feel Great Pathway.
  • Lozano L; Pringle, A; McKenna, J; Carless D (2013) An Evaluation of Trim Down Shape Up, a bespoke Men's Weight Management Programme for ABL Health, Bolton, UK.. ABL Health.
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