CESI Doctoral Student, Aideen Johnson, Wins Poster Competition



Aideen Johnson, a full-time PhD student within the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation, has won a poster competition at the annual meeting of the Centre of Excellence for Public Health Northern Ireland.

The poster summarised Aideen's doctoral research that focuses on school-based physical activity and its impact on wellbeing and educational outcomes. The research includes a systematic review of the impact of school-based physical activity programmes on primary school children's wellbeing and also a natural experiment of the efficacy of Healthy Kidz Project, a physical literacy programme for primary schools.

Pictured with the winning poster is Aideen Johnson and her two supervisors (from left to right), Professor Paul Connolly (Education) and Dr Mark Tully (Public Health).

For further information on the research contact Aideen Johnson



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