Luke Miller

BSc (Hons), PgCert Learning & Teaching, FHEA, SFHEA

Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health

Learning Technologist

Luke Miller
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Luke Miller
Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health
Regent Court (ScHARR)
30 Regent Street
S1 4DA

I joined the Public Health section of SCHARR in February 2011 as a Learning Technologist.

Previously, I worked at the University of Salford as a Learning Technology Adviser based in a central Learning Development Unit but with responsibility for supporting and advising teaching and administrative staff from the Faculty of Health and Social Care in areas relating to technology-enhanced learning.

Before that, I worked at Sheffield Hallam University as a Senior Learning Technologist for the Centre for Interprofessional e-learning (CIPeL) which was a HEFCE-funded Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning working collaboratively with staff from the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing (and beyond) creating blended learning solutions to problems relating to the delivery of undergraduate inter-professional education.

I have also worked on short-term e-learning contracts in the School of Allied Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery and the School of Education.

Before I became involved in Higher Education, my career path featured spells in the web design and video games industries.

Research interests

My research interests are:

  • the mobilisation of knowledge in policy, especially 'Health in All Policies'
  • public health and health services research, particularly relating to Black, minority ethnic and migrant groups
  • physical activity, leisure and health inequalities

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Edited books

  • Such E (Ed.) (2014) Research in Leisure Education, Cultures and Experience. Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association. RIS download Bibtex download

Journal articles


  • Such E (2011) The family factor in social tourism, Social Tourism in Europe: Theory and Practice (pp. 126-144). RIS download Bibtex download
  • Snape R, Binks P & Such E (2011) Re-shaping sport: increasing leisure based physical activity amongst British South Asian women In Long J, Fitzgerald H & Millward P (Ed.), Delivering Equality in Sport and Leisure Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Such E (2009) Fatherhood, the morality of personal time and leisure-based parenting In Kay T (Ed.), Fathering through Sport and Leisure (pp. 73-87). London/NY: Routledge. RIS download Bibtex download

Book reviews

Conference proceedings papers


  • Such E, Hayes K, Woodward J, McCoig A & Campos-Matos I (2021) Refining a public health approach to modern slavery RIS download Bibtex download
  • Salway S, Booth A, Such E, Hamilton J, Powell K, Preston L, Victor C & Raghavan R (2020) How can loneliness and social isolation be reduced among migrant and minority ethnic people? Systematic, participatory review of programme theories, system processes and outcomes RIS download Bibtex download
  • Snape R, Binks P & Such E (2010) Evaluation of Re-shape, the Health Foundation Shared Leadership for Change (BME) Scheme: Blackburn with Darwen. Final Report RIS download Bibtex download
  • Delaney B, Such E, Walton E, Harris J & Salway S () New Migrants in Primary Healthcare – How are services adapting? Summary and Mini Case Book View this article in WRRO RIS download Bibtex download

Website content

  • Such E (2014) Do Mega Sports Events have a Legacy?. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Such E Primary Care for New Migrants - Researching for Innovations. RIS download Bibtex download
Teaching interests

I am particularly interested in how technology can be used to assist in the design and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment. I also have a keen interest in web accessibility and usability. I am involved in using and evaluating new technologies and have experience in learning object development and online and offline resource creation.

One of my ongoing aims is to `upskill´ and educate staff in the use of educational technologies to help enhance their areas of teaching practice through bespoke staff development sessions and one-to-one support and advice.