Investigating improvements for healthcare systems and processes
Our Healthcare Effectiveness and Translation research group focuses on ways to put theory into practice to provide better patient outcomes. We also foster early and mid-career researchers to nurture the next generation of health and social care experts, and to boost our research capacity .
Our research is theoretically driven, multidisciplinary and focuses on cost-effective health and social care interventions and the translation of these interventions into policy and practice. We undertake committed scientific research with an emphasis on improving patient care, experiences and outcomes, and use knowledge-translation approaches.
Key focus areas
Patient and family-centred care
Development of theoretically-based cost-effective clinical interventions
Knowledge translation and research synthesis
Introducing Healthcare Effectiveness and Translation
With Professor Brigid Gillespie
Current projects and collaboration
Our group partners with a number of hospitals and universities to undertake innovative, cutting-edge clinical research. Discover more about our current projects and collaboration.