Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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Coach development through collaborative action research: enhancing the learning environment within a national talent development system (Routledge Taylor and Francis group, 2016-03-28)Motivation to learn is an essential factor of talent being realised , which throws into light the essential role that the motivational climate plays in developing talent. Through collaborative action research, the aim of ...
Efficacy of a movement control injury-prevention programme in an adult community rugby union population; a cluster randomised controlled trial. (BMJ Journals, 2017-02-01)Background Exercise programmes aimed at reducing injury have been shown to be efficacious for some non-collision sports, but evidence in collision sports such as rugby union is lacking. Objective To evaluate the efficacy ...
It’s not ‘who’ but ‘how badly’: The association of Functional Movement Screen with injury outcome in community rugby union (BMJ Journals, 2017-02-01)Background: The use of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is widespread, but evidence supporting its use as an injury-screening tool in team sports such as Rugby Union is equivocal. Objective: To determine the association ...
(BMJ Group, 2017-09-11)Background Rugby union is a collision sport where participants are at high risk of sustaining a concussion. In settings where there is little qualified medical supervision, certain stakeholders (eg, coaches and officials) ...
Ceramics studio to podiatry clinic: The impact of multi-media resources in the teaching of practical skills across diverse disciplines (Taylor & Francis Online, 2014-09-22)This paper draws on the experiences of students from two vastly different disciplines to both explore the theoretical background supporting the use of multimedia resources to teach practical skills and provide a qualitative ...
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