Sarah Crossman

Sarah Crossman
Flinders University · College of Education, Psychology and Social Work

B Env Mngt (Hons)
PhD Candidate

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Introduction
Sarah is a PhD student interested in understanding the multi-level factors that influence adults' decisions to engage in sport. Sarah's study will use a mixed-methods research approach to identify the individual, social, and environmental facilitators and constraints to sport involvement at varying life stages. Sarah currently works part-time as a Research Assistant in the Sport, Health, Activity, Performance and Exercise (SHAPE) Research Centre as a quantitative and qualitative researcher.
Additional affiliations
February 2021 - present
Flinders University
Position
  • Research Assistant
December 2015 - December 2021
Flinders University
Position
  • Senior Research Data and Support Officer

Publications

Publications (20)
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Background Young people are disproportionately affected by poor mental health. Youth sport settings hold immense potential to improve the mental health outcomes of this demographic. Efforts to leverage youth sport settings to promote mental health are limited by the lack of knowledge pertaining to engagement with mental health interventions in thes...
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In Australia, and throughout the world, it is evident that the mental health and wellbeing of young males aged 15–24, is not a priority. In Australia suicide is the leading cause of death in people aged 15–24 years and 75% are male (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Australian hospital statistics 2011–12, 2021). It is clear young males as...
Technical Report
The Marion Swimming Club received funding through the 2020-21 Sport and Recreation Development and Inclusion Program, administered by the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing, to implement a development and leadership program for girls and young women from the club. This report evaluates the Performance with Purpose program and provides insights...
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Increasing competition between irrigation and the environment, over allocation of water resources and global warming effects will lead to more stringent monitoring and reporting of Water Use Efficiency (WUE) performance. A syndicate of the Murray-Darling Basin Commission (MDBC), South Australian Government departments and rural water management age...

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