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Aoife Lane

SHE Research Group, Technological University of the Shannon
Ireland

Aoife is Head of Department of Sport and Health Sciences in Technological University of the Shannon in Ireland. Aoife has a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science from UL, a Masters in Health Promotion in NUI Galway and completed her PhD studies on the public health impact of the Women’s Mini Marathon in Waterford IT.

Aoife is a founder of the Women’s Gaelic Players Association and current Chair of the Gaelic Games Sports Science Working Group. Aoife’s research focuses on sport, health and exercise in women and girls, working with partners internal and external to TUS. Aoife is Lead of the SHE Research Group working to bridge the gender data gap in sport, health and exercise science research.

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Sessions

  • Leadership
    Leadership
    How To Unite, Support & Represent Athletes
    Examine the process that led to the merger of two organisations to ensure an equal playing field for men and women in the Gaelic Games.

    Gain insights from the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) and learn more about the extensive player engagement and research findings from over 500 players that helped drive an essential change for the organisation.

    Session Title: Moving from A Women Only to a Singular Voice for Athletes; Case Study of a Players Association in Ireland

    In-person session
    9:00am - 9:45am
    Leadership

    Gain insights from the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) and learn more about the extensive player engagement and research findings from over 500 players that helped drive an essential change for the organisation.

    Session Title: Moving from A Women Only to a Singular Voice for Athletes; Case Study of a Players Association in Ireland

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment
    visibility & voice

    Gain insights from the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) and learn more about the extensive player engagement and research findings from over 500 players that helped drive an essential change for the organisation.

    Session Title: Moving from A Women Only to a Singular Voice for Athletes; Case Study of a Players Association in Ireland

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment

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