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Miranda Harris

University Tutor

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: m.harris@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 542418

I enjoy teaching, learning and researching about Nutrition, Sports Nutrition and Behaviour Change. I enjoy the challenge of motivating and encouraging independent learning in any student whether they are Level 4 or Level 7.

My own clinical practice and work as an independent cycling coach provides useful experience for both teaching and assessing, as well as case studies for application of theory into practice.

As a very keen cyclist and triathlete, I am pleased to have been part of the GB Age Group Team for both triathlon and duathlon in 2007, 2015 and 2016. I am currently training for Ironman in 2018.

Qualifications:

Masters in Nutritional Therapy (Distinction)

Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Post Graduate Certificate in the Competitive Athlete

British Cycling Level 3 Coach for Road Racing and Time Trialling

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Teaching interests:

Module lead for: NUTH 4014 Integrated approaches in Nutritional Therapy

NUTH 4015 Nutrition through the Lifespan

NUTH 4025 Nutrition for Optimum Sports Performance and Health

HLST1001 Adopting a Healthier Lifestyle

HESC3090 (joint lead) Nutrition and Health

Contribute to:

NUTH 4012 Nutritional Assessment

NUTH 4013 Nutritional Improvement

NUTH 4017 Research Methods

NUTH 4019 Dissertation (SPSS workshops and supervision)

BIOS 3113; 3302 NUTH 4016 Clinic Assessor

Research interests:

I am part of the Worcester Biomedical Research Group Interests include:

Nutrition and functional medicine

Sports Nutrition: personalised approach

Immune function: effects of exercise on Immune function (positive and negative)

Behaviour change

Mental Wellbeing

Professional Bodies

Professional Bodies

Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)

The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

British Cycling

Publications

Publications

Presentations:

Presentation of Nutritional knowledge, habit and attitudes of non-elite competitive cyclists at Research in Focus 2013

Presentation of Evaluating student experience of the updated Clinic Assessment Records at the Annual Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Conference 2016

Conferences:

Cytoplan: Sports Nutrition 2017

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

Nutritional Therapist

Cycling Coach