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

HART Professor’s Inaugural Lecture

Professor Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, Professor in Sociology & Physical Culture and Director of HART in the School of Sport & Exercise Science gave her professorial inaugural lecture on 3 May, after being awarded a chair at Lincoln in Summer 2016.  Her Continue reading HART Professor’s Inaugural Lecture

British Sociological Association conference 2017

British Sociological Association conference 2017

HART Director and researcher, Professor Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, presented HART’s work on the lived experience of asthma in sport, exercise and physical activity at the international annual conference of the British Sociological Association 2017. With over 830 delegates and 685 presentations, the BSA Continue reading British Sociological Association conference 2017

HART research on asthma


P1060038HART researchers, Dr Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and Dr Helen Owton (Open University), together with Prof Niro Siriwardena of the Community and Health Research Unit at Lincoln University, have recently published an article in Chest journal (the journal of the American College of Chest Physicians). The article, entitled: ‘Using a narrative approach in clinical practice to facilitate change in asthma patients’, investigates a framework for clinicians to listen to patients’ narratives, developed from a qualitative research project on the lived experience of asthma. The article explores how this approach can enhance communication, improve patient-clinician relationship, and foster better patient self-care. A link to the article can be found here

HART Seminar Completed

This week saw the annual HART research seminar delivered in the Human Performance Centre, School of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Lincoln. The seminar gives an opportunity to disseminate some of our ongoing projects to colleagues from Continue reading HART Seminar Completed