I was asked to suggest simple lifestyle interventions and exercises for volunteers living with pain including migraines, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia for a Channel 4 TV programme. I also provided expert insight and analysis as we followed nine volunteers over 6 weeks of activities including tai-chi, yoga, mindfulness and acupuncture. Broadcast in August 2020, more details on Channel 4 webpage How to Beat…Pain.
The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University jointly hosted a free civic event in the Market Square Nottingham. Along with colleagues and students from the Applied/Sport and Exercise Medicine Masters courses we presented activities and information on the science behind great women sporting achievements – how your body works when you exercise and why physical activity is great for your health and well-being.
Academic and social research profiles
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The video abstract I produced for our paper ‘Bidirectional association between disturbed sleep and neuropathic pain‘ is a finalist in the Dove Medical Press Video Abstract Award (2018).
BSAS Animal Bytes are incisive updates on topical themes and current research within the field of UK animal science. Below are a selection of my contributions. Clicking on an image will take you to the relevant article on the BSAS website.