Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies offers both a PhD Research Programme, and Professional Doctorate for those considering further research in nursing and midwifery.
Students embarking on these programmes join a well-supported and lively research community, with access to scholars working on world-leading research.
Cardiff School of Healthcare Sciences currently has an RCN funded PhD opportunity available:
This is a fully funded studentship that will provide the opportunity for high quality research training that explores contemporary pressures facing nurses in Wales, and how resilience within the nursing workforce can be better understood and, hopefully, enhanced.
A PhD in nursing or midwifery provides an opportunity to develop a programme of research that will make a unique contribution to knowledge and practice within your professional field.
The Professional Doctorate in Advanced Healthcare Practice (DAHP) provides the opportunity for a high level of educational engagement within a professional or organisational context.
Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies is one of the top ten nursing research departments in the UK. The research of the staff and postgraduate students leads to the publication of high quality articles and books, and informs the development of health policy as well as clinical and educational practice.
Postgraduate students benefit from bespoke research facilities located in the City Centre, with easy access to The Graduate Centre, The Graduate College and key research collaborators.