Bertil Lindenfalk's research sits in the intersection between digital transformation, improvement and design practice where he draws on systems thinking to explore how we can improve, work and co-create systemic value in complexity.
Glenn Robert's research draws on the fields of organisational studies and organisational sociology, and incorporates the study of innovations in the organisation and delivery of health care services as well as quality improvement interventions. He has an overarching interest in participatory methodologies, particularly as applied in the context of the co-production of health and the use of co-design approaches to improve the quality of healthcare.
Oli Williams' research joins the dots between social inequality, public health, and people’s day-to-day lives. His research focuses on health inequalities, relationships between health and body weight, weight stigma, equitable intervention, and participatory research methods.