Ā mātou rangahau—our research
Find out about our research projects and explore our published research.
We aspire to lead research that informs effective promotion of physical activity to all New Zealanders for health and wellbeing benefits, with a focus on equity.
Our research focus is on epidemiology and evaluation of physical activity and wellbeing at a population level. This includes generating and interpreting data relevant to policy and practice for government and non-government agencies.
Ngā whakaputanga—research outputs
International research outputs
- “Now is the time for institutions to be investing in growing exercise programs as part of standard of care”: a multiple case study examining the implementation of exercise oncology interventions
- Campus recreation amenity use differences by sexual orientation among US college students
- Umbrella systematic review and meta-analysis: Physical activity as an effective therapeutic strategy for improving psychosocial outcomes in children and adolescents
- Physical activity behaviors and campus recreation use of students enrolled in summer transition programs at a large Northeastern United States university
- Transgender and nonbinary college student inclusivity in campus recreation: Perceptions of North American staff
- Community co-selection of measures to evaluate the health and wellbeing impact of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community running groups
- Implementation of physical activity interventions in a community-based youth mental healthcare service: A case study of context, strategies, and outcomes
- Associations between meeting 24-hour Movement Guidelines and perceived stress and depressive symptoms among college students: Differences by gender, race, and sexual orientation
- Physical activity is related to mental health and sexual orientation among women in college
- Gender and race/ethnicity differences in occupational activity among students
- The intersection of gender identity, sexual orientation, and active transportation behavior: An exploratory study
- Developing an implementation research logic model: using a multiple case study design to establish a worked exemplar
- A rapid review exploring the role of yoga in healing psychological trauma
- Netball Shoots for Physical and Mental Wellbeing in Samoa: A Natural Experiment
- Health interventions as vehicles for increased sport participation for women and girls: Socio-managerial insights from a Netball-for-Development Program in Tonga
- Moving beyond disciplinary silos: The potential for transdisciplinary research in Sport for Development