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Making Movement a Movement: Efforts from Canada to enhance childhood physical activity worldwide

9 Dec 2016

The low levels of habitual childhood physical activity and their high levels of sedentary behaviour are global public health concerns. Efforts to seek solutions to this behavioural dysfunction and the resulting health consequences have been underway in Canada and elsewhere for many years.

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Career opportunities after a PhD

2 Nov 2016

Careers services will provide an overview of career opportunities within and outside academia after completing a PhD.

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Thesis Writing and the Viva

6 Oct 2016

Dr Jayne Galinsky will talk about her approach to thesis writing and her experience of viva.

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PhD by Publication

7 Sep 2016

This session will be for anyone who is thinking about doing a PhD by publication, anyone who is in the progress of doing one, or anyone who is just interested in finding about more about it (e.g. supervisors in relation to future students).

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Stirling Behavioural Medicine Research Group quarterly meeting: Autumn 2016

5 Sep 2016

his is the autumn 2016 event of this quarterly series and is hosted by NMHAP (Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport):

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The Biology of Inequality – trying to better understand the biological pathways linking our social and economic circumstances and our health

6 Jul 2016

Socioeconomic inequalities in health occur within and between countries and across the physical and mental health spectrum, whereby those with lower socioeconomic positions (lower incomes, poorer housing, lower education etc.) have worse health than their more affluent counterparts.

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Energy drinks – hype or hyper?

15 Jun 2016

Consumption of energy drinks by children and young people is a growing concern.

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The consequences of living in prison for male prisoners’ weight and body image in two British prisons

1 Jun 2016

Dr Matthew Maycock from the University of Glasgow will be presenting on his work relating to the Football Fans in Training (FFIT) and its adaptation to fit into a Scottish prison context.

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Masterclass: Developing Authoritative Approaches to Child Neglect

26 May 2016

Masterclass: Developing Authoritative Approaches to Child Neglect

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Career Progression after your PhD

4 May 2016

Doing your PhD and thinking about that next step after you hand in your thesis? Then this talk is for you!

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