Lincoln Whole-City Food Strategy: launch

Karen Lee & Nige food strat

The Lincoln City Food Strategy launches on Friday 29 September 2017. Triggered by research undertaken by members of HART, the Strategy aims to link a wide range of City food activities and at the same time tackle problems of food security, Continue reading Lincoln Whole-City Food Strategy: launch

Big Food Project Board


Professor Nigel Curry, HART research associate and University Visiting Professor, has been elected Chair of the East Midlands Regional Big Food Project Board. This has been set up under the auspices of Public Health England and the Soil Association, which Continue reading Big Food Project Board

Research on leg ulcers

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 members

Abstract figures

We are delighted to welcome two new members of staff to HART this academic year.  Dr Nikolas Dickerson has joined the School of Sport & Exercise as Lecturer in the Sociology  of Sport, and has a range of research interests, Continue reading HART welcomes new members

HART Research on Exercise Referral

HART Research on Exercise Referral

HART researcher, Hannah Henderson, and her colleague, David Mullineaux, conducted an evaluation exploring exercise referral patients’ physical activity levels (measured via the New Zealand Physical Activity Questionnaire) and well-being (measured via the EQ5D). Changes that occurred between week 1, at Continue reading HART Research on Exercise Referral