About Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson

Professor in Sociology & Physical Culture, and Director, Health Advancement Research Team (HART), University of Lincoln.

Dr Trish Jackman secures SMaRteN funding

Our congratulations to HART member, Dr Trish Jackman, who was recently awarded funding by the Student Mental Health Research Network (SMaRteN) for research on mental health in doctoral students. Mental health in doctoral education is receiving increased attention in the Continue reading Dr Trish Jackman secures SMaRteN funding

Congratulations to Dr Zainab Yusuf

Many congratulations to HART associate member, Dr Zainab Yusuf, who recently successfully passed her doctoral viva voce examination. Zainab completed her PhD on the experiences of asthma in sport and/or exercise in the UK-resident South Asian population, which was supervised Continue reading Congratulations to Dr Zainab Yusuf

Winning collaboration for HART and Lincolnshire Police

Lincolnshire Police force has won the Oscar Kilo (National Police Wellbeing Service) award for ‘Protecting the workforce’. The award was for its ‘Fitness Mentors’ initiative, developed in collaboration with members of HART. The ‘Fitness Mentors’ is part of Lincolnshire Police’s Continue reading Winning collaboration for HART and Lincolnshire Police

Physical activity for older adults

Researchers in HART and the School of Sport & Exercise Science (Robyn Hambrook, Geoff Middleton, Daniel Bishop, Lee Crust) together with a colleague (David R Broom) at Sheffield Hallam University, have recently published a narrative review in the Journal of Continue reading Physical activity for older adults

HART helps develop ‘The Feeding Tariff’ Project 

The Feeding Tariff is a partnership between the University, Green Futures, the Lincoln Food Partnership, Grimsby Community Energy, and Community Assets Plus, which generates income from sustainable renewable energy solar panel installations to provide revenue streams continuously over 20 years Continue reading HART helps develop ‘The Feeding Tariff’ Project