Health Sciences - Sport And Exercise Science
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Annalousie Muldoon is an assistant course leader for the BBS in Recreation and Sports Management and a member of the Centre for Health Behaviour Research. Annalouise completed a BSc in Chemistry, Physical Education and Sport Science from Loughborough University in the UK and a masters in Physical Activity Promotion in the Workplace from WIT. Annalouise lectures in Exercise Physiology, Exercise Programming and Strength and Conditioning modules here in WIT.
Previously involved in research projects examining physical activity participation in mass events such as the Women's Mini marathon and the Sean Kelly Tour of Waterford as well as the Waterford Active Schools project. Current area of interest is exercise prescription and participation in pregnancy and for those with existing chronic conditions.
World Health Organisation. (2011). Impact of social disadvantage on physical activity levels in Europe. A review of the evidence and recommendations for action. Working paper 2: Physical activity promotion in socially disadvantaged groups – evidence and actions, 11-12 April 2011, Bonn, Germany. Prepared by: NM Murphy, C Doyle, A Muldoon, Centre for Health Behaviour Research, Department of Health Sport and Exercise Sciences, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Muldoon, A., Lane, A., Murphy, N. M., Power, M., Kealy, R., O’Dwyer, J. (2008). Waterford Active Schools Programme: An Evaluation. Waterford, Ireland: Waterford Sports Partnership and Waterford Institute of Technology, Centre for Health Behaviour Research, Department of Health Sport and Exercise Science.
Muldoon, A., Lane, A., Murphy, N. M.(2010, May). The impact of a short , low contact school based intervention on the physical activity levels of 9-10 year old children in Ireland. Poster session presented at the International Congress of Physical Activity and Public Health, Toronto, Canada.
Muldoon, A., Mullan, E. (2008, April). Workplace Physical Activity Promotion – A critical evaluation. Poster session presented at the International Congress of Physical Activity and Public Health, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Annalouise teaches across the BBS Recreation and Sports Management and BA Exercise and Health Studies courses in the department as well as undertaking supervision of undergraduate final year projects.
Introduction to Sport and Exercise Science
Biomolecules and Cells
Strength and Conditioning
Data and Measurement
Annalousie worked as a Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor in Dublin before moving to Waterford to take up a position as lab technician in the Human Performance lab here in WIT and later joined the academic staff in the department. Annalouise is currently serving on the School of Health Science Ethics committee and is also a member of High Performance Committee of Student Sport Ireland.