Skip to content
Showing 29 articles, in Active lifestyles
Sheffield Hallam University has revealed the first group of 16- to 23-year-olds to join its inaugural health and wellbeing-focused careers programme. The pilot will raise awareness and aspirations, demonstrate pathways and provide funding to help young people from across the region find a future career in the sector.
Spending by golfers in the United Kingdom has grown to £5.1 billion, the equivalent of £964 per adult golfer, according to an independent report from Sheffield Hallam University’s Sport Industry Research Centre (SIRC), funded by The R&A.
A major study from Sheffield Hallam University and ukactive has been launched to understand how the sport and physical activity sector is supporting people suffering from Long-COVID
World Cancer Day (Saturday 4 February) marks the one-year anniversary of the first patient to walk through the doors of Sheffield Hallam University and Yorkshire Cancer Research’s pioneering cancer support service, Active Together
A new director has been appointed to lead the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM), based at Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre
The application window has opened for 16- to 23-year-olds in South Yorkshire to join Sheffield Hallam’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre health and wellbeing-focused careers programme
Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Canon Medical Systems UK (Canon Medical UK) to enhance the development of research and innovation products which will help people move and improve population health.
Sheffield Hallam University has secured up to £1.2m funding to evaluate the success of the Government funding for active travel, aimed at encouraging more people to walk or cycle short journeys.
Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded £300,000 for a healthy ageing project that will address some of the barriers faced by older adults who struggle to participate in traditional exercise.
The latest window of applications for Sheffield Hallam University’s Wellbeing Accelerator has opened for start-up businesses seeking fully-funded support to bring new products and services to market.
When you find a course you like select 'Add to course compare' to compare it with up to two other courses.