Our expertise focuses on nursing, midwifery and allied health fields for the benefit of patients, practitioners, service providers and commissioners at local, national and international levels.
We have six participatory networks to address current and future health and social care challenges:
Technology and innovation
Creating and pioneering the application of new technologies for use in practice settings and in the preparation of health professionals.
Active service redesign
Pioneering and evaluating sustainable, high-quality, cost-effective, patient-focused services that meet the needs of people in different localities.
Dignity in care
Increasing choice for patients and improving access to and quality of care. Ensuring equity for all, including those from diverse backgrounds.
Better outcomes for common health concerns
Using the best available evidence to enhance care for people with common and long-term conditions.
Integrating science into healthcare
Maximise the potential contribution of health sciences to health and social care practice in all professions.
Developing and evaluating practical and accessible approaches to improve health and education among diverse groups.