Centre for Healthcare and Communities

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The Research Centre for Healthcare and Communities enables academic and health and social care leaders, educators and researchers to develop, lead and deliver research with partners within the NHS, social care and third sector, universities and other collaborators. We work to create the key links between research, practice and education to make a difference to patient care and community health and wellbeing at local, national and global level. Through the combined expertise of clinical-academics, researchers, patients and service user groups, the centre supports skilled, compassionate, effective health and social care and service provision through excellence in research and development, innovation and enterprise, education, capacity building and leadership.

The centre works closely with Coventry University’s Centre for Care Excellence for Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health.

As a centre we strive to display the following characteristics:

  • Agile and disruptive
  • Collaborative and co-creative
  • Ethical and sustainable
  • Excellent and impactful
  • Challenge led and transdisciplinary

Emerging Themes

Workforce, wellbeing and mental health

Abuse and trauma

Public health, inequalities and behavioural science


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Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years

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