The School’s research is focused around three interdisciplinary hubs.
Healthy Start to Life
Early experience and learning sets the foundations for optimising health outcomes
Disability and Inclusion
Working with people with disability, their families and caregivers to promote well-being, independence, participation and inclusion
Optimising Health and Well-being
Helping people to optimise their health and mental health, regardless of their stage of life or health status
Cross-Cutting Sub Themes
These cross-cutting themes aim to investigate the implementation of innovative practices and the use of data and digital technologies to improve the quality and delivery of healthcare services in each of the hub areas.
Health Services Research / Implementation Science
Health services research is a multidisciplinary field that aims to build evidence about the organisation, delivery, financing and outcomes of health and care services to inform policy and practice
Digital Health / Informatics
Digital health and informatics live at the intersection of health, wellbeing, and healthcare, viewed through a socio-technical lens
Learning and Teaching Scholarship and Innovation
Our teaching academics are recognised for their outstanding expertise within their disciplines and for innovation across curricula