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University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
United Kingdom

About Geoff Middleton

Geoff has had over 16 years experience working with local authorities, schools, sports clubs and private organisations. Over the past 12 years with the University, he has become an active member of the School's drive for income generation and external connections with private companies, charities and public sector organisations. Geoff’s research interests include nutrition, health promotion and evaluation theory; with a particular focus on complex multi-level and site interventions in the policy and practice domain. He is also an invited reviewer for a number of scientific journals and continues to practice sports nutrition with aspiring amateur athletes.

Department Responsibilities

Chair of the College of Social Science Enterprise Working group Teaching and administration of subject specific undergraduate degree modules

Subject Specialism

Health promotion; public health; evaluation; nutrition


  • MSc Sport & Exercise Science (Physiology/Nutrition) — 2006
  • BSc Sport & Exercise Science — 2003


Performance Nutritionist: University of Lincoln Athlete Bursary students Consultant evaluation specialist for complex and innovative social interventions/programmes  

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Research Projects

  • Exploring the effects of Bingocize®: an interactive community-based physical activity intervention for older adults in the UK (Co-I) — College of Social Science (UoL) in 2018
  • Exploring the new participant experience of Vitality: a community-based physical activity programme for the over 60s (PI) — One Life Ltd in 2016
  • Feasibility of an Exercise Intervention in patients with Venous Ulcers (Lincoln Site manager) — National Institute for Health Research in 2015
  • Evaluation of Lincolnshire’s Workplace Challenge (Co-I) — Lincolnshire Sport in 2014
  • Exploring the occupational identity of the Health Trainer (Co-I) — College of Social Science (UoL) in 2014
  • Evaluation of the Lincolnshire One Venue ‘X-Change’ programme (PI) — Paul Hamyln Foundation in 2012
  • Eating the Mediterranean Diet in the UK: Exploring barriers and facilitators (PI) — College of Social Science (UoL) in 2012
  • The microcirculatory effects of a dietary and exercise intervention in middle-aged to older adults (Co-I) — College of Social Science (UoL) in 2011
  • Weight management referral in the workplace (Co-I) — Slimming World in 2011
  • Specialist Health Promotion Service Review (PI) — North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus in 2010
  • Evaluation of the Food for Fitness Team (PI) — North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus in 2009
  • Evaluation of the Obesity Prevention Scheme (PI) — North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus in 2009

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