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Meg Letton

Current Appointments

Research Assistant
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Meg (BExPhys, MSc) is an exercise physiologist and Masters of Science graduate. Previously, Meg worked as an Education Focused Associate Lecturer where she helped undergraduate Exercise Physiology students develop core clinical and practical assessment skills.

After completing her Masters of Science researching ballet training for improving balance and strength in adults, Meg became interested in the research world. As a member of the Balance and Injury Research Centre at NeuRA, Meg hopes to contribute towards empowering people to take care of their own health and maintain their independence as they age, through improving access to effective falls prevention strategies.


2024 Feb

Protocol of a 12-week eHealth programme designed to reduce concerns about falling in community-living older people: Own Your Balance randomised controlled trial.

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2023 Jun

Data Informing Governing Body Resistance-Training Guidelines Exhibit Sex Bias: An Audit-Based Review.

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2023, 10 Apr

Classical Ballet for Women Aged Over 50 Years: Investigating Balance, Strength, and Range of Motion

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2022 Mar

Peripheral Neuropathy Phenotyping in Rat Models of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Evaluating Uptake of the Neurodiab Guidelines and Identifying Future Directions.

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2020 May

The Effectiveness of Classical Ballet Training on Health-Related Outcomes: A Systematic Review.

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