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Professor Louise Mansfield

Professor Louise Mansfield
Professor in Sport, Health and Social Sciences

Grants

The Waiting Games - Raising Awareness of Physical Activity and Cancer
Funder: Cancer Research UK
Duration: November 2017 - July 2018

A qualitative feasibility study

Expert Review of the Findings of a Sport Outcomes Evidence Review.
Funder: Sport England
Duration: July 2016 -

Expert Review of the Findings of a Sport Outcomes Evidence Review.

A Systematic Review of Lifestyle and Cancer
Funder: Macmillan Cancer Support
Duration: November 2015 - May 2016
What Works Wellbeing: Culture Sport and Wellbeing Evidence Review: Social Diversity & Context Matters
Funder: Economic & Social Research Council
Duration: June 2015 - June 2018
The acceptability and feasibility of increasing standing and reducing sitting in office worksites
Funder: Medical Research Council PHIND
Duration: May 2015 - March 2018

Mixed Method Intervention Development

Understanding the potential of informal and lifestyle sports
Funder: Economic and Social Research Council
Duration: March 2015 - June 2018

Seminar Series

Sit-stand desk research to enable better support for people living with cancer
Funder: Macmillan Cancer Support
Duration: April 2014 - September 2015
An Academic Scoping of Physical Activity Research in the UK
Funder: Public Health England
Duration: March 2014 - June 2014

An Academic Scoping of Physical Activity Research in the UK

Rapid Response Scoping Review, LGBT Communities and Physical Activity
Funder: Public Health England
Duration: March 2014 - June 2014

Rapid Response Scoping Review, LGBT Communities and Physical Activity

Further Education Sport Pilot Project Evaluation
Funder: Sport England
Duration: December 2013 - April 2014

Further Education Sport Pilot Project Evaluation

Evidence review of the value of sport and physical activity in the tertiary education sector
Funder: sportscotland
Duration: December 2013 - May 2014

Evidence review of the value of sport and physical activity in the tertiary education sector

The Health and Sport Engagement Project
Funder: Sport England
Duration: March 2013 - April 2017

Complex community sport intervention and evaluaton

Research project(s) and grant(s)

2015-2017, Medical Research Council PHIND (£150, 000) The acceptability and feasibility of increasing standing and reducing sitting in office worksites. Co-I with Kings College London, and UCL

2015-2018, ESRC Research Grant (£1, 001, 076) Culture, Sport and Wellbeing Evidence Review: Social Diversity and Context Matters. ES/N003721/1. Co-I and

P-I for collaborative development phase in collaboration with LSE, University of Brighton, University of Winchester

2015-2018, ESRC Seminar Series (£26, 350) Understanding the potential of informal and lifestyle sports ES/M002705/1 Partner Institution with Bournemouth University, and led by Brighton University. Co-I

2015-2016, Macmillan Cancer Support (£67, 418) A systematic review of the evidence for the impact of lifestyle behaviours on the lives of people living with or beyond cancer. P-I

2014, Public Health England (£10, 000) An Academic Scoping of Physical Activity Research in the UK, in collaboration with the BHFNC and NCSEM, Loughborough University, Co-I

2014, Public Health England (£5, 000), Rapid Response Scoping Review, LGBT Communities and Physical Activity. P-I

2013, CSDA (£69,700) The contribution of CSDA Sport for development programmes in the Caribbean to health, education, gender and disability. Project advisory board member

2013-2018, UK Sport (£90, 000) Evaluation of the Zambia GoSisters Sport Development Project. Co-I

2013, Sport England (£354, 000) Get Healthy Get into Sport: The Health and Sport Engagement (HASE) Project. PI

2013, sportscotland (£9, 723) Evidence review of the value of sport and physical activity in the tertiary education sector. PI

2012, Sport England (£10,000). Further Education Sport Pilot Project Evaluation. PI

2011-2013, UK Sport (£60, 000). Evaluation of the Zambia GoSisters Sport Development Project. Co-I

2011, Youth Sport Trust and Department of Health (£61, 000). Evaluation of Change4Life sports clubs (Year 2). PI.

2011, Youth Sport Trust and Lloyds TSB (£25, 000). Evaluation of National Schools Sports Week. Co-I.

2011, Higher Education Academy (£10, 000). Olympic / Paralympic Games HE Resource. Co-I

2010, Youth Sport Trust (£40, 000). Evaluation of Change4Life sports clubs. PI.

2010, Kent County Council, (£16,400). A worldwide systematic review of the evidence for economic, environmental and health & quality of life outcomes from the provision of cycle tourism and leisure cycling opportunities in East Kent. Co-I.

2010, Podium; the FE and HE unit for the 2012 Games (£4,500). Stakeholder survey: design, conduct and evaluation. PI

2009, Eastern and Coastal Kent Primary Care Trust (£12,900). A focused scoping review of the evidence of achievable outcomes in local communities through initiatives making use of Olympic live sites. Co-I.

2009, Department of Health (£13, 563). Active celebration: using the 2012 Games to get the nation moving. PI.

2009, HEFCE Research Capability Funding. (£3000). Netball in the UK: global sport and gender relations. PI.

2008, Department of Health (£27,000). Systematic review of the evidence base for developing a physical activity and health legacy from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Co-I.

2008, Economic and Social Research Council (£15,000). Leveraging social, cultural and health benefits from London 2012 in the regions. Co-I.

2008,Economic and Social Research Council (£2000). Imagining the Olympics: the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games activity day for young people, exhibition and public lecture. PI.