News

CSI comes to Cardiff University

29 April 2015

Ricky Hellyar, Adult Nursing Lecturer, describes the most recent interactive session held in The School of Healthcare Sciences; a lesson based on the TV series Crime Scene Investigation (CSI).

RCBC Fellowship recipients

Cardiff research projects attract prestigious RCBC Wales Postdoc Fellowships

8 April 2015

Dr Liba Sheeran, Dr Jessica Baillie and Dr Lucie Warren have all been awarded RCBC Wales Postdoctoral Fellowships in the latest round of funding grants

Midwifery International conference March

International Midwifery Symposium

1 April 2015

Healthcare Sciences Midwifery International Symposium 

Sheila receives her BJM achievement award

Professor Sheila Hunt awarded Lifetime Achievement Award

26 March 2015

Congratulations to Professor Sheila Hunt, who recently retired as Dean and Head of School, for her BJM Lifetime Achievement Award

Iechyd Da

23 March 2015

News about academic achievements, research projects, international engagement and school activities for the School.

Commonwealth Welsh logo

Nicola Phillips has been named Team Wales Chef de Mission for the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa

23 March 2015

School of Healthcare Sciences Dr Nicola Phillips will lead Team Wales in Samoa

Paediatric Hip Conditions Seminar Speakers

Exploring the Impact of Paediatric Hip Conditions

28 February 2015

In February Dr Tina Gambling and Liz Evans launched a series of ESRC funded seminars designed to open up discussion and debate about issues concerning diagnosis, treatment decision-making and post-surgical care of patients with paediatric hip conditions.

Research Launch

Launch of the School of Healthcare Science's new research strategy

11 February 2015

Research focus puts patients and families at the heart

Princess Ann Audience

A royal visit to celebrate 50 years of OT education in Wales

29 January 2015

HRH The Princess Royal visited Healthcare Sciences to celebrate this important milestone

Richard Parks: Race to Pole

Sports Physiotherapy Goes Xtreme

9 January 2015

The work of a physiotherapist travelling with an extreme athlete is broader than the typical role you may think a physiotherapist does. It includes operational and psychological support as well as the more traditional aspects of treating injuries or helping with things like muscle soreness