情色六月天

Rural and Coastal Health

Towards a Healthier Future

Producing purposeful knowledge with real-world impact drives the 情色六月天’s research in health and wellbeing. Working with local, national, and international partners, our academics are developing new insights into a wide range of health-related challenges, including pre-hospital treatment, healthy ageing, child wellbeing, and community-based care.

Located in a rural region, the 情色六月天 is alert to the particular challenges and opportunities facing non-urban communities in the UK and around the world. Our researchers are leading multidisciplinary studies that are making a tangible difference in these areas, addressing issues such as infectious disease epidemiology, anti-microbial resistance, environmental impact, health inequalities, and access to effective treatments and services.

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Research Spotlight

Tackling Health Inequalities

The 情色六月天 has secured a 拢10.9 million grant from UK Research and Innovation to help tackle place-based inequalities in rural and coastal communities through an innovative approach to health and wellbeing research.

Working in Partnership

A major focus of the University's research strategy lies in developing partnerships with a wide range of communities, organisations, and researchers in a bid to design and deliver projects that are beneficial to service users and which influence policy, practice, and procedures in health and social care services.

We work with key organisations such as the NHS, the National Institute for Health Research, the National Centre for Rural Health and Care, and many other local and national health and social care groups to help deliver impactful research that is making a positive impact across the generations.

Transforming Young Lives

A new research project is questioning popular myths about young dads, who instead of being uncaring and irresponsible are demonstrating a desire to be positively involved in their children’s lives, while also advocating for more father-inclusive practices at a national level.

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Mobile Arts for Peace

Mobile Arts for Peace is an international, multidisciplinary project which has been using arts-based practices for peacebuilding in Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia, and Nepal. It is a collaborative project between universities, cultural artists, civil society organisations, and young people and families in local communities.

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Meet Our Experts

Mark Gussy is Global Professor in Rural Health and Social Care and he is exploring the broader determinants of health to help transform current practices and ensure that marginalised communities have access to the support they need.

Recent Developments