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Wellbeing Education for Educators

This study examined the impact of a 10-week multimodal wellbeing intervention (The Lift Project) on pre-service teachers’ personal wellbeing and their perceptions of the value of the intervention when embedded into their course of study. Ninety-two percent of the 103 students (20.1±3.0 yrs, 29 males/74 females) indicated that the intervention positively influenced their wellbeing...

Exercise-Related Transient Abdominal Pain (ETAP)

conflicts of interest are declared by Darren Morton or Robin Callister. No funding was received for the conduct of this study or the preparation of this manuscript. Open Access This article is distributed

Don’t Stress me out! Anxiety, Information Processing and Learning

, Cooranbong, NSW Darren Morton Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Business and Science, Avondale College of Higher Education, Cooranbong, NSW Wendi Herman Lecturer and PDHPE Strand Convenor, Faculty of

Acceptability of a School-Based Incentivised Physical Activity Intervention: The B-Active Program

Higher Education, Cooranbong, NSW Darren Morton Senior Lecturer, Lifestyle Research Centre, Faculty of Education, Business and Science, Avondale College of Higher Education, Cooranbong, NSW Ross Grant

The Impact of a Physical Activity Session on Year Two Students

Higher Education, Cooranbong, NSW Claire Beer Primary Teacher, Taree Christian College, NSW Darren Morton Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Business and Science, Avondale College of Higher

The effect of a low-fat, plant-based lifestyle intervention (CHIP) on serum HDL levels and the implications for metabolic syndrome status – a cohort study

Background Low levels of high-density lipoproteins (HDL) are considered an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease and constitute one of the criteria for the Metabolic Syndrome (MetS). Lifestyle interventions promoting a low-fat, plant-based eating pattern appear to paradoxically reduce cardiovascular risk but also HDL levels. This study examined the changes in MetS risk...