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  • Exercise for multiple sclerosis

    This study was a 12 week pragmatic exercise intervention incorporating cognitive behavioural techniques aiming to facilitate sustained behaviour change

  • Cardiovascular health in men with prostate cancer treated with androgen deprivation therapy

    Researchers from the Centre for Sports and Exercise Science are working alongside clinicians from the Urology Department at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital and the University of Sheffield to further investigate the impact of ADT on the cardiovascular system

  • Intragastric balloons in adolescents

    A multi disciplinary research team from Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Children's Hospital are conducting a feasibility study, to assess the effectiveness of an intra-gastric balloon as a kick start for weight loss, in children aged 13 - 16 years with severe obesity.

  • Obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome

    The aim of our research, in collaboration with Dr Stephen Bianchi (Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) is to investigate the effects of simultaneous lifestyle intervention on the causes and consequences of OSAS

  • Rotherham be a star breastfeeding project

    This study involved the evaluation of the impact of the Rotherham ‘Be a Star’ campaign on teen and young mothers breastfeeding experiences (15-25 years old) in Rotherham.

  • Obesity qualitative study

    This qualitative research project aims is to assess stakeholder beliefs about obesity and obesity treatment options in adolescents, to inform the design and delivery of services.

  • The National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine

    Sheffield is one of three founding partners of the NCSEM and with particular expertise in physical activity and health, Sheffield stakeholders recognised the need to address the chronic burden of disease caused by a sedentary culture and identified the NCSEM as an excellent vehicle through which to do so.

  • Up-skilling GP workforces to deliver health checks

    Our award-winning employee health and wellness service, SHU Wellness, developed a new training course to increase workforce competencies in GP surgeries across Sheffield

  • Olympic talent development

    The research was conducted to explore the factors underlying athletes’ motivation to participate in sport, and the impact of the Academy on athletes’ participation experiences and continued development.

  • XII International Congress on Obesity

    The World Obesity Federation (previously known as IASO) invited delegates from all around the globe to the International Congress of Obesity conference held in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia

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