Miss Meg Elizabeth Letton
Associate Lecturer

Miss Meg Elizabeth Letton

Masters of Science by Research candidate, UNSW

Bachelor of Exercise Physiology, UNSW

Medicine & Health
Exercise Physiology

I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Postgraduate Teaching Fellow in the Department of Exercise Physiology, School of Health Sciences, UNSW.

I am a current Masters of Science by Research Candidate, with my current research focusing on exploring the health-related benefits of classical ballet as a form of social activity for older adults. I am interested in both functional and biomechanical perspectives of classical ballet analysis. As a teacher in the tertiary sector, I focus on undergraduate courses in clinical exercise physiology skills, biomechanics, and movement instruction and analysis.

Publications

  • Journal articles | 2020
    Letton ME; Thom JM; Ward RE, 2020, 'The effectiveness of classical ballet training on health-related outcomes: A systematic review', Journal of Physical Activity and Health, vol. 17, pp. 566 - 574, http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jpah.2019-0303
  • Journal articles | 2020
    Letton ME; Thom JM; Ward RE, 2020, 'The effectiveness of classical ballet training on health-related outcomes: A systematic review', Journal of Physical Activity and Health, vol. 17, pp. 566 - 574, http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jpah.2019-0303

Awards

Grants

Media

Course co-convenor for HESC1501 Introductory Exercise Science (2020 - present)

Course co-convenor for HESC3581 Exercise Prescription in Diverse Populations (2019 - present)

Tutor/ demonstrator for HESC2501 Exercise Physiology (2019 - present)

Tutor/ demonstrator for HESC2452 Movement Assessment and Instruction (2018 - present)