Research expertise within the Health, Society, People and Place theme
Vision science & clinical optometry
- Visual processing and perception (including psychophysics & electrophysiology)
- Visual development and myopia
- Ocular imaging
- Age-related eye disease including assessment, diagnostics and monitoring
- Clinical optometry including service delivery/evaluation, contact lenses and refraction
- Vision-related effects on quality of life and daily activities
For more information about the above areas of research expertise contact Dr Jonathan Denniss.
The past informing the present and future: Archaeological and Forensic Sciences
- Understanding past people, their health, societies, inequalities, and environments – learning lessons to inform life today
- Latest visualisation and forensic techniques to capture, image, analyse and disseminate human activity from the past and present
- Using heritage and archaeology for resilience and wellbeing today
- Ensuring the past has a tangible value for communities today
For more information about the above areas of research expertise contact Dr Karina Croucher.
- Safe and optimal use of medicines
- Ageing, frailty and medicines use
- Patient safety across care settings and systems
- Working with patients and healthcare teams to codesign interventions and care pathways
- Implementation and uptake of new medicines and healthcare technologies
- Self-management of medicines by patients and carers
For more information about the above areas of research expertise contact Dr Beth Fylan.
Education innovation, research and development
- Undergraduate and postgraduate student education; how students learn
- Education of healthcare professionals, including interprofessional education, work-based placements, professionalism and professional identity
- Education of healthcare service users
For more information about the above areas of research expertise contact Dr Samantha McLean.