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Dr Emily Cartigny

Postgraduate Associate

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/about-us/our-staff/c/emily-cartigny/

Emily Cartigny

Working with sports to research topics covering athlete lifestyle, dual careers, pathways and duty of care. 

Previous research projects include effective dual career environments, mental health in sport, a coach's role in supporting athletes, athlete migration and dual career pathways. 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • “What am I doing here?” Experiences of unsuccessful and delayed successful crisis transitions during athlete migration, Cartigny, E., Harrison, G., Vickers, E., Potrac, P. 16 Mar 2023, In: International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • The impact of COVID-19 on dual career athletes: Three typologies of coping, Cartigny, E., Vickers, E., Harrison, G., Appleby, R., McCullogh, N. 3 Jun 2022, In: Journal of Sports Sciences

https://www.tass.gov.uk/tass-extra/

Sports Studies PhD December 16 2019


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