Daniel Bingham

Daniel Bingham BSc (Hons), MSc

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADan has a great deal of experience working across applied settings within community football and special population conducting multi-method intervention evaluations. With an Exercise Science degree, Level 2 Fitness Instructor qualification and MSc in Physical Activity and Public Health, Dan is well positioned to support the activities of the The Community Football Hub.

Somehow Dan is a Man United fan (but has been seen sporting a range of football shirts including a pink Everton one). His chosen quotes are:

“It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that things are difficult” (Seneca)

“All you need is love” (John lennon)

Specialities: Community Football, Football in the Community, Older Mens Health, Health Promotion, Behaviour Change, Public Health, Physical Activity, Obesity, Multi-Method Intervention Evaluation (inc. Accelerometry), Questionnaires, Children (with special needs).

Project experience: Following the completion of his BSc in Exercise Science (LJMU, 2011), Dan began an MSc (Loughborough, 2012). During this time Dan has committed huge efforts to achieve a number of applied qualifications in community sport and establish himself as a confident researcher. This includes a range of sport and physical activity based projects and interventions. Including , Fit Fans (with older men – see Dans earlier post here), SmokeFree Sports (with children and young people), Active Play Project, the Extra Time Project (older people and intergenerational intervention), Everton Active Families (with families) and the A-Class Project (primary school based intervention). These roles covered everything you would expect from research officer including delivery, field based and laboratory data collection, multi-method evaluations and behaviour change with special populations. Dan is now working on the Preschoolers in the Playground (PiP) project, as part of his PhD (at Loughborough University in affiliation with Bradford Institute for Health Research (2012-2015).

Connect with Dan on Linkedin here.


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