Research within the School of Nursing and Midwifery

The School of Nursing and Midwifery is committed to evidenced based teaching and practice, and has a developing portfolio of active researchers and supervisors. We have academics from a range of nursing and midwifery backgrounds who are able to support Masters, MPhil, PhD and Professional Doctorate students in a variety of research topics using a range of research methodologies. We usually work in small supervisory teams across the University, to ensure that students receive the best possible supervision at all times.

Research in the School is led by Dr Gwenllian Wynne-Jones. Research is organised and managed through our School Research Committee and  is focused around the theme "Health, Care and Wellbeing" with four specific research groups: Loss, bereavement and palliative care; Clinical practice; Public health; and Education evaluation.

Research support and toolkits

Research Presentation

Top 10 in Nursing for The Complete University Guide 2020 Student Nursing Times Awards 2019 finalist Bronze Athena Swan Award