ISEH consultant Eleanor Tillett recently contributed an article to the Epilepsy Society’s member magazine Epilepsy Review.
The Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) set the scene for a revealing BBC documentary looking at the extraordinary abilities of blood to adapt and keep us alive.
Schools should "redefine" physical activity, focussing on low-level effort rather than strenuous exercise, says ISEH consultant,Dr Mike Loosemore. He argues cramming "heavy exercise" into a crowded school curriculum does not work.
In an interview with the Telegraph, Dr Mike Loosemore has warned those in charge of rugby against introducing headguards as part of their efforts to combat the rise in head injuries within the sport.
To help promote the ISEH and its new website, Netball Magazine recently wrote a feature on the ISEH for both the online and print versions of their magazine.
Dr Kal Parmar was interviewed by the BBC on Luis Suarez' remarkable recovery from injury to perform (and score against England) in the World Cup.
Ahead of a major conference on exercise and health, Dr Mike Loosemore was interviewed by the BBC on why standing up is good for your health.
Bruce Paton, head physiotherapist at the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health featured in a film on the BBC News website.
ISEH sport, exercise and medicine consultant and assistant medical director for the London Marathon, Dr Courtney Kipps was interviewed by Jonathan Edwards live on BBC Sport on the day of the London Marathon.
Chris Dennis from BBC London visited the Institute ahead of the 2014 London Marathon to interview the ISEH’s consultant in sports and exercise medicine.
Golden girl Lizzy Yarnold visited the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health a few days after she returned from the 2014 Sochi Winter Games for the launch of RPDPS, a new initiative setup by SkillsActive.
The London Evening Standard’s health correspondent Sophie Goodchild attended the opening of the ISEH on June 24th 2013. As a result the article was featured in that evenings paper.