Dr Anna Sydor
Lecturer: Adult Nursing
Teaching and scholarship adult nurse lecturer. I am involved in teaching throughout the school of healthcare sciences at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
I supervise a range of Doctoral students from professions represented within the school, all these students are undertaking research using interpretative phenomenological analysis.
PhD completed (2010): The lived experiences of young men addressing their sexual health and negotiating their masculinities.
I am currently an adult nurse lecturer; I am also a registered midwife. I have worked in a variety of adult nursing settings including contraception and sexual health services, accident and emergency and surgical wards. I qualified as a midwife in 2012 and worked in Oxford as a midwife caring for antenatal, intrapartum and post-natal women and their babies.
I joined Cardiff university in 2015 and since then have held a number of roles within the school of healthcare sciences including Academic misconduct lead and Programme manager for Standalone postgraduate taught students.
I teach research in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. I also teach midwifery, women’s health and contraception to undergraduate student nurses.
I am available to supervise qualitative projects. My interests are in women’s health and sexual health.
- qualitative projects