Prevention, Performance & Rehabilitation – Faculty Research Theme (FReT)
FReT Lead: Dr Sue Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Deputy FReT Lead: Dr Andrew England (email@example.com)
To design, conduct and implement interdisciplinary, collaborative and clinically relevant research, that prevents and limits the development and negative consequences of poor health, maximises physical performance, enhances self-management to improve health and wellbeing, and provides evidence to underpin, inform and optimise clinical assessment, diagnostics and rehabilitation.
Vision (5-year vision):
A vibrant, supportive, inclusive and highly acclaimed research community, comprising academics, clinicians, industry, students, patients and public, which has a clear strategy for prevention, performance, and rehabilitation research for the future; there will be a shared purpose and identity of subgroups built around coherent bodies of research, with national and international reputation for excellence and externally funded world-leading research that has impact, and opportunity for researchers to develop along an accessible and achievable career pathway.
Short & Medium Term Aims
- Increase PGR supervisory capacity in SAHP.
- Develop infrastructure and support for research and scholarship activity in SAHP.
- Increase the number and quality of research outputs (publications, conference presentations).
- Increase the number of external research funding applications and successes.
- Maintain and further develop research collaboration and partnerships with clinicians, industry and other stakeholders.
- Increase external visibility of the theme.
Dates of FReT Meetings
17th December 2020 SAHP FReT Launch