Our research seeks to increase people’s health and well-being and reduce inequalities, two of the UN sustainable development goals, by improving the quality, performance and systems of care across the health, social and third sector care services through our world-leading interdisciplinary research with service users and health service professionals and organisations.
- Quality and Outcomes in Primary Healthcare (QOPH) Lead: Dr Stephanie Armstrong
- Prehospital Emergency Quality and Outcomes (PEQO) Lead: Dr Zahid Asghar
- Enhancing Experience and Equity in healthCare (EPiC) Lead: Dr Coral Sirdifield
- Pandemic and COVID-19 studies (C-19) Lead: Prof Graham Law
- Lincoln Clinical Trials Unit (LinCTU) Lead: Prof Niro Siriwardena
Underpinning these three programmes are the three cross-cutting themes of Quality Improvement, Healthier Aging and Ethical Healthcare. Our research includes Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership priorities of service innovation and redesign, ageing and inclusion, automation, digitisation and 5 of the 6 university themes including health and wellbeing, rurality, digitalisation, communities and heritage, and 4 cross-cutting approaches of co-creation, interdisciplinarity, creativity and the 21st century lab.
We have been successful in competitive grants from a variety of sources, including public bodies, charitable trusts and private corporations. Current funding includes international sources such as the European Commission; national funding from UK Research Councils, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the Health Foundation, British Heart Foundation and Wellcome Trust; and regional funding from the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network and the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands.