Exercise Referral Research by Hannah Henderson

HART member, Hannah Henderson, was recently invited to present her work at a symposium hosted by Durham University’s Physical Activity Special Interest Group (PASIG), which is co-funded by the Wolfson Research Institute of Health and Wellbeing. The symposium explored “Exercise Continue reading Exercise Referral Research by Hannah Henderson

Young people & leisure-gaming

A paper produced through collaboration between HART, the School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln and University College, Cork, was given a ‘best paper’ award by the organisers of the CHI 2016 conference, which showcases the best research Continue reading Young people & leisure-gaming

Research on leg ulcers

HART member, Geoff Middleton, is currently working alongside a number of colleagues,  Garry A Tew (University of York), Jonathan Michaels (University of Sheffield), Helen Crank, Markos Klonizakis and Anil Gumber (Sheffield Hallam University), studying the effects of exercise on the Continue reading Research on leg ulcers

HART welcomes new Associate Member

We are delighted to welcome a new Associate Member to HART: Dr Sarah Chaudhary of Lincolnshire County Council. Sarah’s background is in community health research, and her most recent academic projects and publications have focused on the impact of peer Continue reading HART welcomes new Associate Member

New Associate Members join HART

This month saw two new associate members join the HART team. Dr. Arianna Radin is an Italian sociologist working at the University of Turin, Italy. She works within the fields of the sociology of professions, sociology of health, and visual Continue reading New Associate Members join HART