Professor Elizabeth Pike
Professor Elizabeth Pike is Head of Sport, Health and Exercise at the University of Hertfordshire.
Her research interests are physical activity and older adults, physical activity and women, sport and physical activity. She has published more than 50 research papers and books, delivered invited keynote presentations at international conferences on six continents, and written numerous commissioned monitoring and evaluation reports.
She was recently an invited member of an international conference that produced a multi-disciplinary consensus statement on the benefits of, and barriers to, physical activity for older adults. She is currently collaborating with Watford Football Club Community Sports and Education Trust on a reminiscence project for older adults living with dementia. She is co-founder of the Anita White Foundation, which provides education and development opportunities for women leaders and scholars in sport. She is also a former president of the International Sociology of Sport Association.
|Current job role||Head of Sport, Health and Exercise|
|Department||School of Life and Medical Sciences|
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