The cluster brings together leading academics with expertise in different aspects of health and well-being, including health policy, public health, health care, health history, public mental health, social work and health inequalities. The cluster aims to harness this expertise to develop world-class research, knowledge exchange and teaching that will significantly impact policy, practice and communities.
Cluster sessions are often hosted via the Centre for Health Policy. The Centre for Health Policy supports our members in building strong partnerships with a wide range of national and international agencies, including the NHS, leading third-sector agencies, prestigious international academic institutions and the World Health Organisation. Visit our partner organisations page.
Our work has a strong profile nationally and internationally, contributing new ideas and influencing the debate on different aspects of health and well-being.