Research on Local Healthy Food

Over the last fifteen years or so there has been a huge growth in interest in local food in cities and towns throughout the western world.  A 12-month HART research project on ‘Local Food in Lincolnshire: improving access to healthy, affordable Continue reading Research on Local Healthy Food

HART research on local food

HART is undertaking a research project on Local Food in Lincolnshire: improving access to healthy, affordable food for all, focusing in particular on mapping a range of food outlets and ‘healthy food’ schemes in the city of Lincoln, working in Continue reading HART research on local food

Research seminar on Health Trainers

Rachel Williams, a full-time PhD student with the School, gave a very interesting presentation on a recent funded project undertaken by staff in HART on the role of Health Trainers.  She highlighted the importance of the health work undertaken by this Continue reading Research seminar on Health Trainers

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

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