School of Health and Social Care
College of Social Science
Thomas George is a Research Assistant and Lecturer in Health and Social Care in College of Social Science. Tom is also a BSc (Hons) Sports and Exercise Science and MSc Sports Science Graduate here at the University of Lincoln. Tom’s academic research has enabled him to work with a variety of athlete’s primarily involved in mainstream and disability endurance sports. Furthermore Tom is a keen runner and regularly participates in parkruns and running races across the country. He hopes to incorporate his passion for physical activity and public health in future research opportunities. Additionally Tom is also an active member of the Healthy Ageing Research Group (HARG) within the Health and Social Care department, where he hopes to contribute to this current area of research through his background of Sport and Exercise Science and Physical Activity.
Working closely with members of the Lincoln Institute for Health, including the Schools of Health and Social Care and Social and Political Sciences on the day to day management and running of the ‘Staying Well in your Neighbourhood evaluation’. This project is concerned with loneliness and social isolation in older adults. Working closely with NHS Lincolnshire conducted a service evaluation of Lincolnshire's Phase 2 Neighbourhood Team sites - 'Developing a programme theory of integrated care: the effectiveness of Lincolnshire's multidisciplinary Neighbourhood Teams in supporting older people with multimoribidity'. Commissioned by Public Health England, currently undertaking a Health Needs Assessment of people living with neurological conditions in Lincolnshire. This Health Needs Assessment will contribute towards the counties Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 2018.
Integrated Care, Health, Community, Public Health, Physical Activity,