Callum Bradford is a PhD student and research assistant in the School of Health & Life Sciences.
Callum has a BSc in Psychology and Counselling, plus a MSc in Health Psychology, both from Teesside University.
Project Title: Exploring the physical, mental and social benefits of walking football for people with chronic breathlessness.
Summary of Research Interests
Callum's research interests lie within interventions for and influences on health behaviour change and wellbeing.
Examples of previous and current projects include:
- Mindfulness meditation on psychological wellbeing.
- Self-percieved chronotype and health maintaining behaviours.
- The impact of COVID-19 on the hot food takeaway planning regulatory environment.
- Exploring the mechanisms by which workplace health initiatives impact on health and business-related outcomes.
- Physical, mental and social benefits of walking football for people with chronic breathlessness.
Associate member, Fuse - Centre for Translational Research in Public Health