Hunter New England Population Health
Matthew Mclaughlin (Tepi) is a PhD Student at the University of Newcastle, a Research Assistant at Hunter New England Population Health, the Secretary of the ISPAH Sedentary Behaviour Council and the Shadow Chair of the ISPAH Early Career Network. Tepi also holds a number of consultancy positions in social media, including Social Media Editor of the Journal of Sports Sciences. His avid interest is in getting physical activity and sedentary behaviour evidence into practice. Tepi strives to translate his research through effective knowledge translation using:
Plain language summaries – quick summaries of research papers with links to full text
Tepi’s core research focus is in the implementation, scaling and dissemination of efficacious physical activity interventions. In 2017, Tepi completed his Sport and Exercise Science BSc (Hons) at Loughborough University and the University of Western Australia. In 2015, Tepi took a year out of study to complete a one year work placement in research, a Diploma of Professional Studies.
Tepi is very active on Twitter (@HealthTepi), get in contact!
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