Anouska's main area of expertise is in sport and exercise physiology. Currently Anouska is working with a broad range of clients in both the area of sport performance and exercise and health.
Anouska has over seven years experience in the coordination and delivery of sport and exercise science projects and consultancy services, working with a wide range of clients during this time period. Experience includes, determining the physiological characteristics that affect performance in Pole-vault, providing physiological support to Academy football players, working with the Sports Council of Northern Ireland evaluating their Community Sport Programme, and investigating the effects of exercise programmes by questionnaire.
- Centre for Sport and Exercise Science
Research into the effects of exercise upon health related quality of life and immune function in persons diagnosed with mild to moderate multiple sclerosis (MS)
Delivery and operational management of the SHU Wellness sessions (a corporate wellness service offered to employees at the University) Work for the Sports Council of Northern Ireland, evaluating the physiological impact of their community sport programme
HOLDEN, David W, GOLD, Julian, HAWKES, Christopher H, GIOVANNONI, Gavin, SAXTON, John M., CARTER, Anouska and SHARRACK, Basil (2018). Epstein Barr virus shedding in multiple sclerosis: similar frequencies of EBV in saliva across separate patient cohorts. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, 25, 197-199.
CARTER, Anouska, HUMPHREYS, Liam and SHARRACK, B. (2017). Exercise in the treatment of multiple sclerosis. In: WATSON, Ronald Ross and KILLGORE, William D. S., (eds.) Nutrition and lifestyle in neurological autoimmune diseases. Multiple sclerosis. London, Academic Press, 179-187.
CRANK, Helen, CARTER, Anouska, HUMPHREYS, Liam, SNOWDON, Nicky, DALEY, Amanda, WOODROOFE, Nicola, SHARRACK, Basil, PETTY, Jane and SAXTON, John M. (2017). A qualitative investigation of exercise perceptions and experiences in people with multiple sclerosis before, during and after participation in a personally-tailored exercise program. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 98 (12), 2520-2525.
BOURKE, Liam, SMITH, D, STEED, L, HOOPER, R, CARTER, Anouska, CATTO, J, ALBERTSEN, PC, TOMBAL, B, PAYNE, HA and ROSARIO, DJ (2016). Exercise for men with prostate cancer : a systematic review and meta-analysis. European Urology, 69 (4), 693-703.
FLINT, Stuart, SCAIFE, Robert, KESTERTON, Sue, HUMPHREYS, Liam, COPELAND, Robert, CRANK, Helen, BRECKON, Jeff, MAYNARD, Ian and CARTER, Anouska (2016). Sheffield Hallam Staff Wellness Service: four year follow-up of the impact on health indicators. Perspectives in Public Health, 136 (5), 295-301.
CARTER, Anouska, HUMPHREYS, Liam, SNOWDON, Nicky, SHARRACK, Basil, DALEY, Amanda, PETTY, Jane, WOODROOFE, Nicola and SAXTON, John (2015). Participant recruitment into a randomised controlled trial of exercise therapy for people with multiple sclerosis. Trials, 16 (1).
TOSH, J., DIXON, S., CARTER, Anouska, DALEY, A., PETTY, J., ROALFE, A., SHARRACK, B. and SAXTON, J. M. (2014). Cost effectiveness of a pragmatic exercise intervention (EXIMS) for people with multiple sclerosis : economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trial. Multiple Sclerosis, 20 (8), 1123-1130.
CARTER, Anouska, DALEY, A., HUMPHREYS, L., SNOWDON, Nicky, WOODROOFE, Nicola, PETTY, J., ROALFE, A., TOSH, J., SHARRACK, B. and SAXTON, J. (2014). Pragmatic intervention for increasing self-directed exercise behaviour and improving important health outcomes in people with multiple sclerosis : a randomised controlled trial. Multiple Sclerosis, 20 (8), 1112-1122.
SAXTON, John, CARTER, Anouska, DALEY, A.J., SNOWDON, Nicky, WOODROOFE, Nicola, PETTY, J., ROALFE, A., TOSH, J. and SHARRACK, B. (2013). Pragmatic exercise intervention for people with multiple sclerosis (ExIMS Trial) : study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 34 (2), 205-211.
SAXTON, J.M., CARTER, Anouska, DALEY, A.J., SNOWDON, Nicky, WOODROOFE, M.N., PETTY, J., ROALFE, A., TOSH, J. and SHARRACK, B. (2013). Pragmatic exercise intervention for people with multiple sclerosis (ExIMS Trial): Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 34 (2), 205-211.
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