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Sheffield Hallam University in collaboration with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are undertaking a non-invasive, ethically-approved study (part of a PhD program), that is exploring the impact of exercise and physical activity on cardiovascular health in polycystic ovary syndrome.
Then we would love to hear from you. If you are interested to find out more, please get in touch with Amie Woodward
You are eligible to participate if:
Participants will receive six text messages over a two-week intervention period (three per week) and complete three separate online questionnaires. The text messages have been developed on health psychological theory and I want to understand the impact they have on changing rates of physical activity.
If yes, I want to hear from you!
For further information contact Leona Brayne:
Tel: 07849 466140 | Email:email@example.com
Participation will involve one session informing participants about the study, and approximately 2-hour period of data collection at the Biomechanics Laboratory at Sheffield Hallam University on Collegiate Crescent. The test involves capturing motion from the legs while walking, jumping and kicking a ball while wearing footwear with different outsoles.
Please get in touch with Manuela Paulina Trejo Ramirez, PhD research student, if you are:
For more information, please contact: Manuela.P.TrejoRamirez@student.shu.ac.uk | tel 0792 310 4634.
Spanish-English bilingual speakers wanted for 45-60min study, based at Collegiate.
£5 high street voucher for your time.
I am looking for UK and International students to complete a 20 minute questionnaire looking at emotions, motivations and approaches to learning in higher education, and how this relates to wellbeing and academic achievement. You must have completed at least one semester at SHU and have your past semester grades.
I am looking for males over the age of 18 willing to volunteer an hour of their time to undertake a short questionnaire and answer a few questions on some images provided by the researcher. This will all take place on either campus on any Wednesday at any time convenient to you.
If you are interested or would like more information please contact me (Jemma Stammers) on firstname.lastname@example.org
I am currently collecting data for my dissertation on National Identity and Language attitudes for the MSc Psychology.
Participation is voluntary and anonymous.
You might be asked to take the survey again in a few months. If you already know that you wish to take part a second time, please email me on email@example.com so I can reach you when the second data collection starts.
Sheffield Hallam University is undertaking an ethically-approved study, funded by Heart Research UK to explore the effects of e-cigarettes on the arteries and small veins in people trying to stop smoking. All participants will be randomly allocated to one of three study groups:
Participation in the study is free and assessments will take place in Collegiate Hall. Participants using their own transport will receive complimentary parking. For more information please contact Dr. Gareth Jones on 0114 225 4312 / HeartResearch@shu.ac.uk, or visit https://ecig2017.wordpress.com/about.
The Centre for Sports Engineering Research is currently recruiting for a research study investigating relationships that exist between the external form of the human body and its internal structure.
We are looking for recreationally active, male participants (aged 18+), who are not currently performing leg-specific resistance training as part of their day-to-day activity. You will need to attend two strength/morphology assessments, once before and once after a 6-week leg strengthening specific training intervention, which will include measurement via 3D body scanning and ultrasound. Following completion of the initial baseline strength/morphology assessment, you will then complete a six-week leg strength specific training programme, using a conventional knee extension machine.
For more information and to sign up, please contact:
Michael Thewell | firstname.lastname@example.org | +44 (0)114 225 2355
The Centre for Sports Engineering Research and British Cycling are currently recruiting recreational cyclists for a biomechanical study on the effects of modifiable ankle braces during maximal cycling. You will need to:
For more information and to sign up, please contact:
The purpose of this survey is to gain an understanding and insight in to the hospitality industry's diversification for people with disabilities. You must be aged over 18 years of age, have a disability classified under the Equality Act 2010 and either currently working, have worked or looking to work within the hospitality industry.
I am doing researching discrimination of disabled people in night clubs. I am really interested about this topic as I have barely seen some one with a visible disability at a night club. I would like to know what people think about this, and how it can be changed. All the responses will be anonymous and confidential.
We are seeking insights from all students in order to improve the impact of the Skills Team, focusing mainly on the workshops and resources which we offer via the Skills Centre website. These cover areas such as writing and reading skills, critical thinking and reflection, research planning and dissertations, organisation and motivation, and group work and presentations.
We are also interested to hear from students who have never attended a workshop or used the Skills Centre website.