Researcher profile for Richard Humphrey
Richard is Academic Leader for the postgraduate programme in Exercise and Health, and Vice Chair of the Otago Polytechnic Research Ethics Committee. Richard has a Master of Science (Exercise Health and Nutrition) and a Master of Philosophy (Exercise Nutrition and Public Health), both from the University of Bristol.
Richard’s research interest is in the therapeutic use of exercise. His teaching includes research methods, exercise and health related topics and the research projects on the undergraduate degree. His approach to supervision is holistic and focussed on social science projects with a health component.
See a list of articles published in issues of: Scope: Contemporary Research Topics by this researcher.
Humphrey, R., Roberts, D., King, R. & Mee, P. (2017) Survey of tertiary students' drinking behaviours: Pilot study for proposed interactive bottle bin. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, Activity 1, 24-33.
Wallis, T., Barclay, G. & Humphrey, R. (2017) Aggression in Football: Comparison of Football Players’ Self-Likelihood to Aggress Across Three Senior Men’s Football Grades. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, Activity, 1. 34-44
Bond, S., Gardiner, P., Gibbons, M., Humphrey, R. & Eley, P. (2017) Comparison of Blood Lipids, BMI Levels and HbA1c Levels Among Vegans, Ovo-Lacto Vegetarians and Omnivores: A Mixed Methods Study. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, Activity 1. 132-141.
Humphrey, R., Harris, P., King, M. & Rodgers, J. (2017) An assessment of learning opportunities created by a multidisciplinary student project using the model of knowledge creation. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Learning and Teaching, 3, Powerful Assessment, pp. 41 - 49. Epub ahead of publication, December 2017.
Richard Humphrey, Matthew King, Jen Rodgers
Spenceley, K. & Humphrey, R. & Lingam-Wilgoss, C. (2017) Defining Ultra-Endurance: a survey of athletes and coaches to achieve a consensus definition. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Health and Wellbeing, Activity, 1. 171-179.
Humphrey, R., Ditzel, L. and Terry, S. (2017) Health-Related Behaviours of Tertiary Education Students: Findings from a New Zealand Study. International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science (IJIRMS), Volume 02, Issue 12, December 2017.
Elizabeth Ditzel, Richard Humphrey, Stuart Terry
Humphrey, R.A. (2015) The Challenges of Implementing the New Brunswick Declaration in an Ethics Committee that Operates in a Multidisciplinary Institution Ethics in Practice Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, May 22–24 2015.
Middlemas, S & Humphrey, R. (2015) Student expectations and perceptions of tertiary study in sport, health and adventure in NZ. ITP Sports Research Symposium, EIT Hawkes Bay, 9 October.
Humphrey, R. (2014) An investigation into the role of physical activity as an adjunct to substance misuse treatment within United Kingdom based rehabilitation facilities. MPhil Thesis. Centre for Exercise Nutrition & Health Sciences, University of Bristol, United Kingdom.