The Department of Public Health, Policy, and Social Sciences includes staff from a wide range of professional and occupational backgrounds.
The skills, knowledge and experience of all staff members are evident within their portfolio of collaborative research, service innovation and practice development.
The Department of Public Health, Policy, and Social Sciences has 54 full and part time members of academic staff. The diverse expertise of the staff is widely recognised as contributing to a range of courses at all levels across the university. This includes meeting the Welsh Government’s strategic needs in developing services for public health, primary care and social care.
The Department's research activity is focused on:
1) social policy
2) service delivery and organisation (improvement science and mental health services)
3) maternal & infant health
In addition there are other staff including honorary lecturers, consultant nurses, clinical seconded teachers, practice teachers and academic support staff who contribute to the work of the department through teaching, consultancy or research.