Director of CHHS Health and Well Being Academy
Health & Well Being Academy
Telephone: (01792) 602213
Room: Office - 107
First Floor
Vivian Building
Singleton Campus

Director of the College of Human and Health Sciences, Health and Wellbeing Academy.

Interested in quality improvement, governance and patient safety.


  1. Tulip, C., Fisher, Z., Bankhead, H., Wilkie, L., Pridmore, J., Gracey, F., Tree, J., & Kemp, A. Building Wellbeing in People With Chronic Conditions: A Qualitative Evaluation of an 8-Week Positive Psychotherapy Intervention for People Living With an Acquired Brain Injury. Frontiers in Psychology, 11


  • SHHM55 Introduction to Research, Evidence based Practice and Reflection for Physicians Associates

    This module will be a compulsory module within the MSc / Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) Physician¿s Associate Studies and reflects compulsory curriculum content. The module aims to introduce students to the main research paradigms including the principles of research, and the ability to appraise research to provide an evidence base for their personal practice. Students will also be introduced to reflective practice and its value in enabling reflection on clinical learning and the development of clinical competence.

  • SHNM00 Introduction to Nursing (Adult)

    This module will enable students to develop the knowledge, skills and professional values that underpin safe, effective, evidence-based practice. A range of teaching methods will be used to develop fundamental nursing skills including, bio science, infection prevention and control, moving and handling; vital signs; recognition and response to abnormal parameters; nursing documentation; therapeutic management of aggression and de-escalation; fundamental care delivery; basic life support; and introduction to medicines management. Students will learn about historical and contemporary nursing practices and explore how nursing will develop in the future.

  • SHQM22 Dissertation (Health Care Management)

    Students will choose their own area of study, in consultation with study supervisor, and in accordance with the aims of the award. Students will be encouraged to attempt a project-based, business-planning project while maintaining high academic standards in their research. However, students may also opt for a more theoretical exploration of an area of relevance to health care and health care management. The dissertation comprises Part Two of the MSc programme.


  • Title: The Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Harassment and Honour-based (DASH) violence risk assessment for police: An Analysis of Efficacy in Practice (current)

    Other supervisor: Prof Nicola Gray

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Programme Manager for BSc Health and Social Care - College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University

    2010 - Present

  • Quality Improvement Lead and Faculty Lead - Swansea QI Student Chapter

    2010 - Present