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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

Caterpillar

Caterpillar discovery hailed a “wonderful piece of evolution”

26 January 2015

University Professor discovers caterpillar with ability to build a unique protective cocoon

Research Excellence Framework 2014

Dentistry ranks among the best in UK

23 January 2015

The sustained excellence of our world-leading interdisciplinary health research - involving contributions from the academic schools of Dentistry, Healthcare Sciences, Medicine, Optometry and Vision Sciences, and Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences - has resulted in Cardiff being ranked among the very best in the UK.

Optometry building

Inherited Eye Disease Patient Day

21 January 2015

This is a new initiative designed to bring people with inherited eye disease together, especially those located in South Wales. The meeting will be as interactive as possible.

Ref LARGE

High-impact research ranks Cardiff School of Optometry & Vision Sciences among best in UK

16 January 2015

The UK-wide assessment of the quality of University research, called the Research Excellence Framework (REF), scored Cardiff UNIVERSITY at 3.42 out of 4 in this area against a UK average of just over 3. This placed the University fourth overall in the country. It also means that of UK schools of optometry in the REF Cardiff School of Optometry & Vision Sciences is ranked the highest.

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

Girl with globe

Exploring global opportunities

7 January 2015

Healthcare Sciences' launches international student mobility fair

White Park cattle at Dinefwr

The work of Biosciences researchers to be featured on BBC Countryfile

6 January 2015

Over 700,000 genetic markers analysed in new study of White Park cattle