ReMEDy is an alumni newsletter raising awareness of the activities and achievements within the School of Medicine.

ReMEDy edition 25

ReMEDy edition 25

9 May 2017

Take a look inside and see what we've been doing.



Explore some of the features of the latest edition:

Barnards team

Reducing neonatal mortality in Africa and South Asia

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has recently been identified as one of the most serious threats to public health, food security and development across the globe, with levels of resistance rising dangerously high.

Promoting Mental Health

Promoting mental health and wellbeing in schools: front-line innovation in Wales

A recent BBC School Report highlighted that 70% of 11-16 year olds say that they have had one or more negative feelings in the past year.


In the Spotlight: Wales Kidney Research Unit

The WKRU was funded in 2015 by Health and Care Research Wales and aims to deliver an all-Wales strategy for the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and social context of kidney disease.

Science in Health Live 2017

Science in Health Live 2017

800 young people and 49 teachers from 51 schools gathered at the School of Medicine for Science in Health Live in March 2017.

10 ways Medic is making an impact

10 ways Medic is making an impact

Efforts by many staff and students highlight a rich variety of ways in which the School is engaging and benefiting society. Here are just ten recent examples.

Samantha Cox

In conversation with our alumni: Dr Samantha Cox (nee Currie)

Samantha is a ST6 Clinical Oncology registrar working at the South West Wales Cancer Centre at Singleton Hospital, Swansea.

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