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Scarle, Eve 

Eve Scarle. Senior Lecturer in Sport and Physical Activity at the University of Gloucestershire


Eve Scarle

Senior Lecturer in Sport and Physical Activity

Email: escarle@glos.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 715278

Profile

I contribute to the undergraduate programmes in BSc Sport and Exercise Sciences, BSc Sport, Fitness and Physical Activity and the Foundation degree in Sport (Fitness). I also teach on the MSc in Physical Activity and Health. I coordinate the running and development of the exercise referral programmes within the University and form the contact for the NHS rehabilitation programmes running on campus.

Academic qualifications

  • 2007 - Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education
  • 2006 - MSc Physical Activity and Health Development (Distinction) 
  • 2001 - BSc Physiotherapy First Class 2001, University of Salford

Other qualifications

2012 - Exercise and Fitness Training After Stroke Level 4
2010 - Gym instructor NVQ Level 2
2010, 2007 and 2004 - BACR Phase IV Instructor
2006 - Tomahawk Indoor Cycling
2002 - Exercise to Music NVQ Level 2

Accreditations

  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Health and Care Professions Council

Areas of research interest and teaching expertise

I have 10 years of experience of working as a physiotherapist in an NHS setting. My research interests relate to exercise rehabilitation of clinical populations, for example following stroke, coronary heart disease or vascular disease.

Books published

Bath, J., Scarle, E., Anderson, A., Bohin, G. (2009). Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Workbook for use with Group Programmes Wiley and Sons: Sussex

Exercise DVD for Cardiac Rehabilitation (2009)  Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Scarle, E. (2006) Advanced Instructor module in ‘Exercise and Joint Replacements’ Loughborough College

Academic conferences

2011 - Register of Exercise Professionals Conference 2011, Invited Presentation, Importance of Physical Activity and Exercise in Cardiovascular Disease

2011 - NHS Somerset Cutting the Cost of Heart Disease, Invited presentation, Development of the Exercise DVD for Cardiac Rehabilitation

2010 - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) Annual Congress, Poster presentation, Partner Support in Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR): A Pilot Qualitative Investigation into Service Users Experiences

2006 - BACR Annual Conference Belfast, Oral presentation, Outcomes from a Multi-Disciplinary Cardiac Rehabilitation Programme: Are Angioplasty Patients Addressing Lifestyle Changes?

2006 - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) Annual Congress, Poster presentation, Outcomes from a Multi-Disciplinary Cardiac Rehabilitation Programme: Are Angioplasty Patients Addressing Lifestyle Changes?

Membership of professional bodies

  • Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS)
  • Association of Chartered Physiotherapists interested in Cardiac Rehabilitation (ACPICR)
  • British Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation
University of Gloucestershire, The Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2RH. Telephone +44 (0)844 8010001.