Having completed a PhD in the philosophy of health and well-being at Swansea University, Andrew accepted the role of Lecturer in the Philosophy and Humanities of Healthcare in the College of Human and Health Sciences. Here he teaches a range of subject areas including the philosophy of health and well-being, nursing ethics, medical ethics, sports ethics and the philosophy and ethics of social research. Andrew has also been involved in numerous research projects during his time at Swansea. These include an AHRC funded project concerned with the role of moral theory in health care; UK Sport and UK Anti-Doping funded projects exploring the attitudes of talented athletes toward performance enhancing substances; and work with British Gymnastics exploring the ethical and sociological aspects of eating disorders.
Andrew is also the admissions tutor for the pioneering undergraduate programme (BSc) Medical Sciences and Humanities, as well as the Year 2 tutor for the programme.