Chris Smith

Associate Lecturer

School of Community Health and Midwifery

Brook Building, BB244

+44 (0) 1772 89 5403

Chris is a lecturer across both the School of Health and the School of Sports Tourism and the Outdoors combining his expertise and qualifications within the public health and sport sectors.

Full Profile

Chris has an undergraduate degree in Sports Studies and a MSc in Public Health. Currently Chris is doing a SHA funded PhD in collaboration with the Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit (MAINN) research group on the “The impact of the 5 a Day campaign on Pre School children's fruit and vegetable consumption”. Chris teaches on an array of health and sport related courses across both schools but particularly specialises in physical activity and dietary interventions around weight loss in children. Chris has also worked closely with the universities Healthy Settings Unit and 'futures' (UCLan’s enterprise, employability and careers service) in developing extra-curricular modules to educate and nurture student’s life skills around health and wellbeing.

Teaching Activities

HS1220 Communication & Health

TL1014 Physical Education

PZ1073 Add HESC Inequalities

HS1210 Understanding Health

TL2055 Developing Research Skills

TL2077 Developing Health Related Fitness

TL2070 Applied Principles in Teaching Physical Education

TL3068 Contemporary Issues in PE and School Sport

TL3075 Physical Activity & Health Promotion

TL3094 Client Lifestyle and Fitness Assessment

PZ3017 Managing yourself within an Organisation

PW3001 Health & Social Care Practice Project

Futures mini module - Budgeting and Planning for a Healthy Lifestyle