Nursing, midwifery and social work research groups
Our nursing, midwifery and social work research activity is split into nine groups, each covering a particular area.
We undertake research to improve quality of life, wellbeing and support for patients and family carers.
We focus on interventions and policy for children, young people and their families in health and care.
Our research focuses on the everyday experience of people living with dementia and their care partners.
We undertake high quality research into healthy and active ageing among older adults.
Our research aims to both influence and respond to contemporary mental health policy, practice and education.
Our research has a measurable impact on maternal and infant wellbeing.
We work with the Deaf community and other stakeholders to promote the wellbeing of d/Deaf individuals, families and communities.
We are Europe's only dedicated research centre for the history of nursing.
Our research focuses on wounds such as leg, foot and pressure ulcers and surgical wounds healing by secondary intention.