Jo Fiore Faculty of Education & Health

Dr Jo Fiore BSc Hons, PhD

Dr Jo Fiore
BSc Hons, PhD

Lecturer, PE & Sport

Department of Secondary, LLTE and PE & Sport

Faculty of Education and Health

Dr Jo Fiore is a Lecturer for Physical Education and Sport in the Department of Secondary Education, LLTE and PE & Sport at the University of Greenwich. 

Jo has a particular interest in sport development and participation, specifically exploring approaches that encourage behaviour change and engagement in sport and physical activity; as well as an interest in contemporary issues relating to health, fitness and sport.

Jo has been a lecturer at the university since 2013, her teaching areas include: sports policy and development; enhancing performance; monitoring and evaluating performance; sport nutrition and independent study; and doctoral supervision.

Posts held previously:

  • 2009-13, Lecturer in Sport Policy and Development (part-time), London Metropolitan University
  • Lecturer, PE & Sport, Department of Secondary Education, LLTE and PE & Sport
  • Supervises PhD research projects

Jo's research interests are developing sport and physical activity participation and exploring approaches to support behaviour change; PE and Sport Premium; exercise addiction and eating disorders.

Funded research projects

  • Project leader, exploring the impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium

Weed, M., Coren, E., Fiore, J., Wellard, I., Chatziefstathiou, D., Mansfield, L. and Dowse, S. (2015). The Olympic Games and raising sport participation: a systematic review of evidence and an interrogation of policy for a demonstration effect. European Sport Management Quarterly, 15(2), pp.195-226.

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Weed, M., Coren, E. and Fiore, J. (2009). A systematic review of the evidence base for developing a physical activity and health legacy from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Canterbury, UK: Centre For Sport, Physical Education & Activity Research (SPEAR), Canterbury Christ Church University.

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