Miss Chelsea Moore

Job Role
Lecturer in Applied Sport, Health and Exercise Physiology

Biography

Chelsea Moore is a lecturer in applied physiology where her main research focus is around clinical exercise physiology. After gaining her undergraduate degree through The University of Leeds, Chelsea became employed as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and Physiology Laboratory Technician. She studied for her master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Physiology at Leeds Beckett University alongside her job, and started the BASES accreditation process.

After completing her master’s degree in 2015, Chelsea was offered a PhD Fellowship at Leeds Beckett University, studying the physiological responses to cardiac rehabilitation. She has presented collaborative work with staff at Leeds Trinity University and presented her own masters and PhD work at various national and international conferences. She is programme leader of the MRes in Sport, Exercise and Health Science.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Sport, Health, Exercise and Nutrition

MSc Sport and Exercise Physiology

PhD (due to submit 2019)

Research

High Intensity Interval Training

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Endothelial Dysfunction

Physical Activity

Courses

BSc (Hons) Sport Coaching for Participation and Performance Development

BSc (Hons) Sport, Health and Performance Science

BSc (Hons) Football Coaching and the Performance

BSc (Hons) Rehabilitation and Injury Management

MRes Sport, Exercise and Health Science

 

FAW407 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

FAW507 Applied Exercise Physiology

SPT507 Physical Activity and Health

SPT511 Training for Sport and Exercise

SPT614 Physical Activity Health and Disease

SPT610 Sport and Exercise Physiology in an Applied Setting

HSE707 Major Independent Study

HSE708 Negotiated Learning Module

HSE709 Advanced Research Method

Publications

Does UK Cardiac Rehabilitation Provide An Effective Stimulus For Change? Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 50:192

DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000535716.75556.79

 

UK outpatient community based cardiac rehabilitation: fit for purpose?

April 2017 DOI: 0.13140/RG.2.2.10705.12640

 

Executive function following acute exercise at different intensities

November 2015 DOI: 10.1080/02640414.2015.1110334

 

Recovery intensity prescribed using the lactate threshold during high intensity interval exercise

March 2016 Conference: BASES Student Conference 2016

 

Habitual physical activity levels in cardiac rehabilitation patients: Does the current standard programme facilitate an increase in activity levels? October 2017 BACPR Annual Conference

 

Dietary intakes of Phase III cardiac rehabilitation patients during a six-week exercise training programme, 2017, Food Science and Technology Abstracts, Vol 28, Suppl 1. S1-5.