Researcher

Miss Meg Elizabeth Letton

Biography

I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Postgraduate Teaching Fellow in the Department of Exercise Physiology, School of Health Sciences, UNSW.

I am a current Masters of Science by Research Candidate, with my current research focusing on exploring the health-related benefits of classical ballet as a form of social activity for older adults. I am interested in both functional and biomechanical perspectives of classical ballet analysis. As...view more

I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Postgraduate Teaching Fellow in the Department of Exercise Physiology, School of Health Sciences, UNSW.

I am a current Masters of Science by Research Candidate, with my current research focusing on exploring the health-related benefits of classical ballet as a form of social activity for older adults. I am interested in both functional and biomechanical perspectives of classical ballet analysis. As a teacher in the tertiary sector, I focus on undergraduate courses in clinical exercise physiology skills, biomechanics, and movement instruction and analysis.


My Qualifications

Masters of Science by Research candidate, UNSW

Bachelor of Exercise Physiology, UNSW


My Teaching

Course co-convenor for HESC1501 Introductory Exercise Science (2020 - present)

Course co-convenor for HESC3581 Exercise Prescription in Diverse Populations (2019 - present)

Tutor/ demonstrator for HESC2501 Exercise Physiology (2019 - present)

Tutor/ demonstrator for HESC2452 Movement Assessment and Instruction (2018 - present)

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Publications

by Miss Meg Elizabeth Letton