Sally Wyke BSc PhD FRCGP (Hon)
Interdisciplinary Professor of Health and Wellbeing
Deputy Director (Social Sciences)
Institute of Health and Wellbeing
University of Glasgow
Sally is a social scientist who applies social scientific theory and methods to complex interventions to improve health and well-being. She also has expertise in developing pragmatic approaches to robust evaluation of complex interventions using comparative designs and mixed methods and applies her skills to support health in community and primary care settings. She was co-PI (with Kate Hunt) on “Football Fans in Training” (FFIT) a hugely successful lifestyle programme for men delivered through Scottish top flight football clubs. Currently she is PI on EuroFIT, an FP7 award, that extends the ideas of FFIT to football clubs in Europe. She is also co-PI on an evaluation of the Deep End Links Worker programme, which seeks to enable those with complex health and social care needs to access community resources to improve wellbeing.