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SPORT & EXERCISE SCIENCES, LEISURE & TOURISM

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  • Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation at Northumbria is ranked 5th for research power in the UK
  • This is a rise of 21 places compared to 2014 – the largest rise in the sector
  • 92% of our submission comprising outputs impact and environment is internationally excellent (3*) or world-leading (4*)
  • 90% of the subject area’s research publications are rated internationally excellent (3*) and world-leading (4*)

The Unit sits within the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation (DSER), which has three core discipline areas (Physiotherapy; Sport and Exercise Sciences; Sport Coaching, Development and Management). Our research has three distinct themes that encapsulate the research richness of the Unit; these are Optimising Human Performance, Promoting and Preserving and Health and Well-being, and Informing Practice and Policy. The themes provide a platform of inclusivity that recognises the breadth and depth of research excellence across all disciplines.

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