Department for Health

Study highlights how perfectionism is leading to burnout

A new study has revealed the extent to which perfectionist tendencies in employees are driving many to burnout and points to ways in which habits might be changed.

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New study reveals challenges of texting while walking

Texting on the move and being ‘cognitively distracted’ significantly affects the way a person walks, resulting in a more cautious gait, according to a new study.

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Gaming technology could help amputees learn to walk again

Motion capture technology developed by the visual entertainment industry will be used to help improve prosthetic limbs for amputees and training of elite athletes, via a new research centre based at the University.

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Eco-friendly golf means not worrying if the grass is greener on the other course

The quest for perfect lush greens is a relatively recent development in the sport's history.

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Best in country for Sports Science 2016

We're ranked the best in the country for Sports Science in the Guardian University Guide 2016, for the second year running.

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Research impact

The impact of our research ranges from influencing international policy and practice through to generating millions of pounds of cost-savings for governments.

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Research student insight

Steffi Colyer, a graduate from our BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science programme, is now undertaking a PhD research project titled, Enhancing start performance in ice-track sports.

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Undergraduate study

BA (Hons) Sport and Social Science

Dr Anthony Bush and current students talk about the BA Sport and Social Sciences programme.

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Sports Scientist scores top job at Manchester City

Jonathan Woodhouse

An undergraduate from our Sport & Exercise Science programme has landed a top job with Manchester City Football Club.

Postgraduate study

Sport and Exercise Medicine

Dr Stuart Miller (Clinical Director) and Dr Julian Widdowson (distance-learning student) talk about the MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine programme.

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Research degrees

Research degrees

If you are considering applying for an Health MPhil or PhD, we recommend you view some of our staff pages to get an idea of our expertise and interests, as well as on our current research students page.

Research student insights

Dorota Juszczyk

Dorota Juszczyk has been conducting a research project on Motivational responses to physical activity and dietary policies: translating success from the smoking context.

Researching a PhD

PhD students Elaine Wainwright and Jean-Phillipe Wahlin discuss their research in the Department for Health.

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Research

Bath Research & Development

Bath Research & Development

Bath Research & Development provides drop in support sessions for researchers with regulatory approval queries.

Breakfast health research

Research trial reveals importance of breakfast in human health

We have conducted the first ever randomised controlled trial to examine the effect of regular daily breakfast compared with extended morning fasting.

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences