Our research is all about creating collaborations to improve health and reduce inequalities. We encourage and support our staff and students to involve organisations, groups and individuals from the wider community in their research and engagement activities.
From participating in festivals, hosting events and visiting schools to taking part in debates, delivering workshops and organising exhibitions our staff and students aim to generate ongoing conversations with key public groups.
Many voluntary, education and public sector organisations, with similar interests in population health priorities, contribute invaluable expertise and insights to our research. We aim to continue developing new relationships with partner organisations and welcome enquiries about the co-development of projects.
There are many ways to get involved, from participating in our research to attending events. Click on the links below to find out more.