Health Education Research
For the past two decades, there have been calls for health education to become more evidence-based. This has been interpreted by some as a lack of understanding of social science methodology and outcomes, but there is some truth to these concerns. There has been poor use of methodologies that cannot hope to answer the research questions set. Our research, which cuts across multiple disciplines involving educational experts and social scientists, means we are well placed to deliver innovative and high quality works. A variety of new courses are being developed that will drive quality within teaching, learning and assessment.