Sport and Health Sciences
Documents on this page relate to specialist activities within Sport and Health Sciences. All forms are in pdf format unless otherwise stated.
Code of Practice
Research with children
- Policy and guidance on the care of children and young people in research
- Risk assessment templates for research studies involving children:
- Health Status Questionnaire for Child Participants to be completed by parent or guardian.
- Safety Procedure for Exercise Testing of Children
Screening of adult participants prior to exercise
For healthy adult participants in the age range 18 to 60 years the SHS Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire version 2.0 should be used to assess their suitability for the proposed exercise intensity.
Risk assessments for exercise laboratory procedures
All procedures used with human participants within the exercise laboratories in Sport and Health Sciences should be assessed for risk.
For many of these procedures we have standard risk assessments. These can be accessed by Sport and Health Sciences staff and postgraduate research students on the CLES N drive at N:\Health-Safety\Risk Assessments\SHS. There is an Excel file containing an index to these at N:\Health-Safety\Risk Assessments (risk assessments for CLES.xlsx). Students on undergraduate or taught postgraduate courses can access these risk assessments via their dissertation module pages on ELE.
If your proposed procedure is not covered by a pre-existing assessment then please complete a new risk assessment form. The form and guidance to completing it can be found here: General risk assessment form . PGR students should complete this in consultation with their supervisor who should be named as the "Assessor" on the form. The supervisor should then e-mail the form to David Childs who will check the assessment and issue a reference number for it.
Guidance for students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses on the procedure for completing a new assessment can be found within the dissertation module pages on ELE.
Please contact David Childs if you need further advice.