Prof Billie Hunter, School of Healthcare Sciences, has published a new edition of her book, with Prof Nicky Leap of KCL, titled 'The Midwife's Tale'.
Lecturer appointed to new role in Clinical Nursing Practice Research at Florence Nightingale Foundation.
New technology gives real-time feedback to patients in therapy for limb disorders
The Times Good University Guide 2014 has ranked Cardiff University first in the UK for physiotherapy.
Cardiff University launches the School of Healthcare Sciences.
Staff and students recognised for their commitment to student experience.
Studying abroad offers a huge range of benefits for students.
Enhanced learning for Wales’ healthcare professionals.
Running backwards provides important insights into painful joint condition.
Dr Nicola Phillips swaps day job for Olympic role.
Most helpful member of staff went to Sue Delport from the School of Healthcare Studies.
Occupational Therapy student Rosie Miller carries the Olympic Torch in Cardiff.
App highlights importance of Welsh in healthcare education and practice.
Cardiff staff and students get ready to carry the Olympic Flame.
The international athletes are also benefiting from physiotherapy provided by students at the School of Healthcare Studies.
Contribution to sports physiotherapy recognised with award.
Record-breaking rugby star Richard Parks will return to Cardiff University later this month to give a special lecture.
The innovative and inspiring work of some of the University’s leading medical photographers has been recognised at a major international industry conference
Physiotherapy students support a major new multi-sport event for young people.
Staff recognised at inaugural Enriching Student Life Awards
School of Healthcare Studies in pioneering agreement
Dr van Deursen, Dr Phillips and Dr Busse, have been successful through the University Promotions Panel.
Professor Roger Mansfield has retired from the University and as the Head of School.
New physiotherapy project gets London 2012 Inspire Mark
On the 9th December, the Vice Chancellor, Dr David Grant, opened the newly refurbished Radiography Imaging Suite at a ceremony held in the School’s home building, Ty Dewi Sant, on the Heath Park Campus.
Approximately 60 Physiotherapy students and new graduates from SOHCS provided a volunteer massage service for runners in the Cardiff Half Marathon on Sunday 18th October.
Professor Patricia Price, currently a Professor in the School of Medicine at Cardiff University, has been appointed Head of the School of Healthcare Studies with effect from 1 February 2010.
Tony Everett and Nicki Phillips have put together a CPD project: “Physiotherapists supporting athletes across all abilities”, starting in November, it is the first sport and volunteering project throughout the UK to receive the London 2012 Olympics Inspire mark.
Keith Finn has become the first physiotherapy undergraduate to chair the Welsh Healthcare Student Forum of the Welsh Assembly government.
Tom Buckroyd, a first year physiotherapy student at the School of Healthcare Studies, is taking part in a national ‘19 Under 19s’ campaign aimed at projecting a real image of teenagers today and encouraging more young people to participate in positive leisure time activities.
On 27th November, Edwina Hart, the Minister for Health and Social Care, opened the new Cardiff University Radiography Virtual Environment Suite at a ceremony held in the School’s home building, Ty Dewi Sant, on the Heath Park Campus.
Dr Robert van Deursen and Professor Roger Mansfield have recently secured funding from the Wales Office of Research and Development to carry out a scoping study of the extent and capacity of rehabilitation research within the Principality.
Dr Nicki Phillips, Director of the Postgraduate Department of the School of Healthcare Studies recently acted as Chief Physiotherapist for the very successful British Team in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
Steve Young, programme manager of the School of Healthcare Studies’ Post-graduate Certificate in Medical Illustration has received one of the Institute of Medical Illustrators major awards.
40 years of service recognised with Fellowship award
The Department of Occupational Therapy have secured funding to investigate the effectiveness of three condition management programmes in West Wales.
Cardiff director named Chief Physiotherapist for Beijing Olympics
The School has won funding for a ground-breaking virtual training system which allows radiotherapists to practise their skills in a completely safe environment.
The School of Healthcare Studies is celebrating after being awarded Investors in People status.