In addition to our centres of excellence, the College also has growing areas of research strength across all areas of the College:
Centre for Global Burn Injury Policy and Research (CGBIPR)
The Centre for Global Burn Injury Policy and Research at the College of Human and Health Sciences provides global leadership on strategies to decrease the worldwide incidence of burns and improve outcomes, particularly in resource poor regions.
Children and Young People's Health and Well-Being (CCYPHW)
CCYPHW is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and young people from birth through to early adulthood through rigorous multi- and interdisciplinary research. The unique amalgamation of disciplines within the centre makes it an ideal resource for expert insight into wide-ranging child health and well-being issues.
Nursing and Practice Development
Committed to transferring research from ‘the bench to bedside’, this theme addresses the issues of professional working and contributions to patient care which cut across traditional boundaries.
Exploring the administration and monitoring of medicines, the identification of adverse drug reactions, and undertaking student preparation to reduce harm and ensure high standards of patient safety.
Swansea Centre for Improvement and Innovation
Aims to support healthcare professionals, managers and policy-makers to improve the design and delivery of health and social care.
By unlocking the secrets of the human mind our psychological research is helping us make sense of how we understand the world, what makes us laugh or cry, why we are conscious, and why we make the choices we do.