- HACASE: A simple effective educational model for session design: Prof Holloway has designed an educational model for teaching which is applicable across any teaching activity. Current research activity is evaluating its effectiveness in clinical teaching including allergy to different learners from patients to undergraduates and multi-professional healthcare professionals.
- MSc Allergy education: Prof Holloway's team explore innovations and the effectiveness of teaching on the MSc Allergy, to disseminate their experiences for the benefit of other courses around the University and more widely.
- Allergy bitesize education (short e-courses for CPD): Prof Holloway has led the development of short e-courses, including an Anaphylaxis Toolkit which provide Gain and Train learning for healthcare professionals on how to effectively teach patients this important topic.
- National allergy education: Prof Holloway leads the BSACI Allergy Education Network, exploring the current state of allergy education for the UK workforce. The first BSACI National Allergy Education Strategy was published in October 2021, and the Network is exploring implementation of the strategy, including research to create the evidence base for allergy education in the UK.
- Allergy clinical service delivery and improvement: Through her supervision of MSc Allergy students undertaking their dissertation projects, Prof Holloway is involved in numerous projects around the UK and internationally which look at clinical service delivery and improvements in allergy care.
Sponsor: Phillips Research Laboratories
Sponsor: Gerald Kerkut Charitable Trust
Sponsor: Philips Electronics Nederland B.V.
Development of novel high through-put micro-facs detection of endothelial microparticles for early screening for vascular disease
Sponsor: Wessex Medical Research
Sponsor: Aair Charity