Centre for Public Health

Liverpool John Moores University

Public Health Institute - Liverpool John Moores University

World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Violence Prevention

Part of the Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Hannah Timpson

Dr Hannah Timpson

Health and Wellbeing Research Manager


areas of expertise

Dr Hannah Timpson is manager of the Applied Health and Wellbeing Partnership. Hannah and her team undertake applied research to inform and support the delivery of effective and sustainable health and wellbeing activities; working closely with a range of commissioners, providers and users of health and wellbeing-related services, including local authority, NHS and community and voluntary sector stakeholders.

Hannah’s research interests include health and wellbeing, obesity, community assets and socio-ecological approaches to health promotion and behaviour change. Hannah’s work explores the role of the environment in influencing health-related behaviours.

Hannah holds a PhD in Physical Activity and Children’s Health and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


PhD An Ecological Approach to Increasing Physical Activity in Primary School Children (Staffordshire University)

Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Professional Education (Staffordshire University)

Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods (Staffordshire University)

MSc Sports Science (Loughborough University)

BSc (hons) Sport and Exercise Science (Staffordshire University)