Research Projects

Physical activity crisis among Irish children

http://www.irishhealth.com/article.html?id=25746

Dr Johann Issartel and Prof Noel O’Connor speaking on RTE News

http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/rte-news-six-one-30003249/10703117/

Study to probe why children are becoming less physically able

Move Well Be Well

Children in Ireland are failures at mastering even the most basic of movements according to a recent study, with a new GAA programme to fix a glaring problem. Study shows 89pc of Irish kids haven’t mastered basic movements

Moving Well-Being Well

Moving Well-Being Well Project Underway Irish Physical Activity Guidelines for Health currently state that all children and young people, from two to eighteen years of age, should have at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day (Department of Health and Children, 2009). The ‘Children’s Sport Participation and Physical Activity Study’ (Woods et al., 2010) found that only 14% of ten to eighteen year olds in Ireland were…

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An Analysis of the Effects of Current Flight Limitations and Sleep Deprivation on Objective and Subjective Fatigue Levels and Flying Skills of Commercial Airline Pilots

An Analysis of the Effects of Current Flight Limitations and Sleep Deprivation on Objective and Subjective Fatigue Levels and Flying Skills of Commercial Airline Pilots

Multisensory Motor Learning Lab

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