Research in the School of Nursing and Allied Health
Research that is changing lives
Our breadth of expertise in the health and social care field means we understand organisational, professional, practitioner and service user needs.
In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, 68% of LJMU’s health-related research was considered world leading or internationally excellent. We collaborate on research projects with other institutions and health and social care service providers. We focus on a specific practice-related problem or investigate an aspect of health and social care where there are gaps in current knowledge.
Investing in our people
We encourage the development of research skills in our staff, with several members having successfully completed PhDs and others registered for MPhils/PhDs. Our staff are involved in a variety of research-based activities leading to a high number of publications and conference presentations.
Meet some of our academic staff and find out what they're working on.
Within nursing itself, we look at:
- Technology and innovation for health and social care
- Children, young people and families
- Outcomes of health and social care education
- The environment of health and social care delivery
- Traits of resilience in modern living - survivorship, recovery and identity
Within the School, we also carry out research within these areas:
- The Research Unit for Financial Inclusion
- The Centre for Collaborative Innovation in Dementia
- Social work