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Richard Moore BA (Hons), MSc

Senior Research Fellow


Summary

Richard has been a researcher at the Sport Industry Research Centre since 2008. He is a graduate in Journalism and Sport and Recreation Management with an applied working and volunteering background in Sport. Richard's main area of expertise is in monitoring and evaluating sport or leisure programmes with particular specialism in school sport, leadership, coaching and volunteering.

About

Richard has been a researcher at the Sport Industry Research Centre since 2008. He is a graduate in Journalism and Sport and Recreation Management with an applied working and volunteering background in Sport. Richard's main area of expertise is in monitoring and evaluating sport or leisure programmes with particular specialism in school sport, leadership, coaching and volunteering.

Over the last few years, Richard has managed projects on behalf of Badminton England and four national Youth Sport Trust evaluations of School Sport Clubs (2012 and 2013), Leadership, Coaching and Volunteering (2013) and School Sport: Workforce and School Sport Club Development (2013/2014). Currently, Richard is managing two projects for the RFU (Rugby Football Union) and he is also involved in the School Games Mark validation project.

Consultation design and delivery
Monitoring and evaluation of sport programmes particularly in schools
Innovative and interactive evaluation techniques utilising new technologies
Survey design and online survey management and reporting
Business development, marketing and promotion
Volunteering in sports clubs

Teaching

Health And Wellbeing

Youth Sport Trust - School Sport Clubs and Workforce Development
Rugby Football Union - All Schools
Rugby Football Union - Spirit of 2012
Sport England - Mark Validation

Research

Youth Sport Trust - School Sport Clubs and Workforce Development
Rugby Football Union - All Schools
Rugby Football Union - Spirit of 2012
Sport England - Mark Validation

Publications

Journal articles

Griffiths, K., Moore, R., & Brunton, J. (2020). Sport and physical activity habits, behaviours and barriers to participation in university students: an exploration by socio-economic group. Sport, Education and Society. http://doi.org/10.1080/13573322.2020.1837766

Moore, R., Ramchandani, G., Bullough, S., Goldsmith, S., & Edmondson, L. (2018). The world at their feet: a combined historical ranking of nations competing in football and futsal. American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 6 (2), 49-59. http://doi.org/10.12691/ajssm-6-2-3.

Bullough, S., Moore, R., Goldsmith, S., & Edmondson, L. (2016). Player migration and opportunity: examining the efficacy of the UEFA home-grown rule in six European football leagues. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 11 (5), 662-672. http://doi.org/10.1177/1747954116667104

Berdejo-del-Fresno, D., Moore, R., & Laupheimer, M.W. (2015). VO2max changes in English futsal players after a 6-week period of specific small-sided games training. American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 3 (2), 28-34. http://doi.org/10.12691/ajssm-3-2-1

Moore, R., Bullough, S., Goldsmith, S., & Edmondson, L. (2014). A systematic review of Futsal literature. American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 2 (3), 108-116. http://doi.org/10.12691/ajssm-2-3-8

Moore, R., & Radford, J. (2014). Is Futsal kicking off in England? : a baseline participation study of Futsal. American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 2 (3), 117-122. http://doi.org/10.12691/ajssm-2-3-9

Conference papers

Coleman, R., & Moore, R. (2010). The Activ8 Eatwell Social Marketing Campaign for SportNI/FSA. In All Ireland Sport Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 1 October 2010.

Book chapters

Bullough, S., Hart, G., Moore, R., & Bonner, S. (2012). The role of alternative physical activities in engaging young people. In Harris, S., Bell, B., Adams, A., & Mackintosh, C. (Eds.) Sport for sport? Theoretical and practical insights in sports development. (pp. 47-74). Leisure Studies Association: http://www.leisure-studies-association.info/LSAWEB/NewTitle/117.html

Reports

Barrett, D., & Moore, R. (2010). The Coaching Workforce Survey 2010 - Baseline Report. Northern Ireland: Sport Northern Ireland. http://www.sportni.net/NR/rdonlyres/A8EF3483-299B-4B12-B2AA-51F3A6BC523C/0/CoachingWorforceSurvey.pdf

Coleman, R., & Moore, R. (2010). A systematic review of physical activity and nutritional social marketing campaigns. Northern Ireland: Sport Northern Ireland. http://www.sportni.net/NR/rdonlyres/E579E7E0-6344-47F1-9205-E0B95E1DF64C/0/Asystematicreviewofphysciallitercayandnutirtionalsocialmarketingcampigns.pdf

Coleman, R., & Moore, R. (2010). The impact of the pilot Activ8 Eatwell initiative in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland: Sport Northern Ireland. http://www.sportni.net/NR/rdonlyres/00F0B8D4-8D69-4D1A-8DB8-6B9D831B65B0/0/TheimpactofthepilotActiv8EatwellinitiativeinNorthernIreland.pdf

Moore, R., & Taylor, P. (2009). The relative status of grounds staff in employing organisations. Milton Keynes, UK: Institute of Groundsmanship. http://www.iog.org/Resources/IOG/Documents/2012%20Fund/Relative%20Status%20of%20Grounds%20Staff%20in%20employing%20organisations-Sheffield%20Hallam.pdf

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