Collaborating Institutions

RCBC Wales is a collaboration of 6 Universities in Wales.

Bangor University, School of Healthcare Sciences

The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Studies at Bangor University aims to be a caring and learning organisation which values people as individuals and will establish and maintain standards of quality and excellence in teaching and learning processes; methods and resources; in student progression and assessment; in the acquisition of students' clinical skills; in continuing professional development for staff and students; and in health-related research activity.

RCBC Management Group Representative: Prof. Chris Burton

RCBC Operational Group Representative: Dr Sion Williams


Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff School of Health Sciences

The Cardiff School of Health Sciences, Cardiff Metropolitan University offers a wide portfolio of courses in Dietetics, Podiatry, and Speech and Language Therapy. The School is research-active and provides a vibrant environment to engage in health- related research.

RCBC Management Group Representative: Prof. Adrian Peters

RCBC Operational Representative: Dr Robert Mayr


Cardiff University, School of Healthcare Sciences

The School of Healthcare Sciences encompasses nine fields across health care: Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging; Radiotherapy and Oncology; Intra and Perioperative Practice; Medical Illustration; Midwifery; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Operating Department Practice and Physiotherapy. The School brings together well-established histories of best practice in student experience and academic standards and offers a wide array of world-leading clinical skills laboratories, research centres and teaching facilities, using cutting-edge technology.
RCBC Management Group Representative: Prof Daniel Kelly

RCBC Operational Group Representative: Prof Daniel Kelly

Email: or Dr. Paul Gill

Glyndwr University, School of Health, Social Care, Sport and Exercise Sciences
This centre aims to develop health research and to support research activities for all staff in the Health Subject area. It has established a substantial research base for teaching, learning and practice in the health and caring professions. The Centre works closely with the Social Inclusion Research Unit as well as with local NHS trusts and Local Health Boards, Social Services Departments and Local Education Authorities.

RCBC Management Group Representative: Simon Stewart

RCBC Operational Group Representative: Dr Joanne Pike


Swansea University, College of Human and Health Sciences

The College draws together the disciplines of health, nursing, midwifery, social care, social policy and psychology and is the largest provider of health care education in Wales, providing an exciting and dynamic environment in which to study and further an academic or professional career.

RCBC Management Group Representative: Prof. Ceri Phillips

RCBC Operational Group Representative: Dr Jaynie Rance


University of South Wales, Faculty of Life Sciences and Education

The Faculty of Life Sciences and Education, University of South Wales, is committed to ensuring that research is placed at the heart of the academic environment; valued in its own right and for the richness it brings to education and professional practice. Applied research, and studies of the implications of research are also important areas, and the Faculty has close links with policy-makers in health, science and education.

RCBC Grant Holder: Dr. Martin Steggall

RCBC Management Representative: Prof. Joyce Kenkre

RCBC Operational Group Lead: Professor Maggie Kirk



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