David completed his undergraduate degree in Sport & Exercise Science at Liverpool John Moore's University. Following this, he progressed on to his MPhil where he is currently exploring the benefits of reducing sedentary behaviour on cardiovascular health markers in contact centre employees.
MPhil Project Title: Multi-level workplace intervention to improve cardiovascular measures in highly sedentary workers – 6-month follow up evaluation
Supervisors: Dr Lee Graves, Dr Nicola Hopkins, Dr David Low
2017, Liverpool John Moore's University, BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science
Gavin D. 2023. The effect of a multi-component intervention with and without height-adjustable workstations on vascular and behavioural outcomes in contact centre call agents Graves L, Sprung T, Low D.
Morris A, Murphy RC, Hopkins ND, Lowe D, Healy G, Edwardson C, Collins B, Timpson H, Shepherd SO, Cochrane MA, Gavin D, Graves LEF. 2021. Sit Less and Move More - A multi-component intervention with and without height-adjustable workstations in contact centre call agents: a pilot randomised controlled trial Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 63 :44-56 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
ten Broeke P, Olthof M, Beckers D, Hopkins ND, Graves LEF, Carter SE, Cochrane MA, Gavin D, Morris AS, Lichtwarck-Aschoffa A, Geurts S, Thijssen DHJ, Bijleveld E. 2020. Temporal dynamics of sitting behavior at work Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117 :14883-14889 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Gavin D, Millard A, Cochrane M, Hopkins N, Low D, Murphy R, Shepherd S, Watson P, Timpson H, Jones L, Haycox A, Collins B, Healy G, Edwardson C, Dunstan D, Graves L. 2018. Multi-level workplace intervention to improve cardiovascular outcomes in contact centre call agents: Study protocol JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & HEALTH, 15 :S155-S155 Author Url
Multi-level workplace intervention to improve cardiovascular outcomes in contact centre call agents: Study protocol, International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH) 2018, London, Oral presentation. 2018
An evidence-based workplace intervention for call agents: a 'real-world' project, Sedentary Behaviour Seminar: Associate Professor Genevieve Healy and Professor David Dunstan, Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2017