A collaborative approach

We collaborate with patient and public involvement groups to support all stages of the research process including development, delivery, sharing results and translating research into practice.

Two people chatting in the reception area of the Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research

Below are examples of the range subjects within our research themes explored by collaborations at the Wolfson CAHR – follow the links to find out more about each activity.

Healthy Childhood

Birth to 5 years:  

Digital Makers 

Language Skills 

Child Health in Schools 

Integrated Data Analytics 

Motor Skills 

Physical Activity 

Social, Emotional, and Mental Health 

Healthy Ageing

The Healthy Ageing Research Centre (HARC) is a collaborative group of staff from the University of Leeds Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research Unit (ASR Unit) and the University of Bradford’s Centre for Applied Dementia Studies (CfADS). Collaborators meet bi-monthly to develop the Wolfson CAHR ‘Healthy Ageing’ theme and collaborative working opportunities, engage with focussed presentations and discuss research proposals. 

Patient Safety and Quality Improvement