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Applied Coaching Research Journal: May 2019 Vol 3

The Applied Coaching Research Journal is aimed at everyone interested in extending their knowledge through coaching research and insights. The theme for volume 3 is shaping the future of coaching and it includes a full summary of the 2019 Applied Coaching Research Conference

You can access the full journal on Joomag below, and download individual articles in PDF form for close reading. We hope that they will make a positive contribution to your own research or practice.

Insights

Professor Ben Oakley (The Open University)

Applied Coaching Research Conference Round-up

Ann-Marie Bunyan (UK Coaching)

The Research Conference Inspired Me to Change

David Walsh (UK Coaching Ambassador, Sporting Communities Coach and Coach Manager)

Conference Reflections

Beth Thompson (UK Coaching)

Empowering Coaching for Doorstep Sport Training: a Case Study into Effects on Community Sport Providers and Participants

Dr Charlotte Woodcock (School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham), Professor Joan L Duda (School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham) and Ceris Anderson (StreetGames)

Setting Up and Evaluating a Community of Practice for Sport Coaches

Dr Lisa Whitaker and Mark Scott (UK Coaching)

Athletes' Views on Care in Coaching: Perspectives of Women Footballers in the UK

Lois Daniels (Sheffield United Women FC, Sheffield United Academy) and Dr Colum Cronin (Sport Coaching Research Group, School of Sport, Leisure and Nutrition, Liverpool John Moores University)

Book Review: Make it Stick - The Science of Successful Learning

Authors: Peter Brown, Henry Roediger III and Mark McDaniel

Reviewed by: Mark Scott (UK Coaching)

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