Research Centres & Networks
Research in the Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery studies is led by the Nursing, Health and Social Care Research Centre. Researchers and students benefit from bespoke research facilities located in the City Centre, with easy access to The Graduate Centre and key research collaborators. The Nursing, Health and Social Care Research Centre has a core staff who, together with academic, honorary and associated members, contribute to programmatic research activity within the School.
WCEBC is a collaborating centre of the Joanna Briggs Institute (located within NHSCRC) aims to develop the science of implementation and promote evidence-based practice through the development and evaluation of internationally excellent systems for evidence location, appraisal, translation and utilisation.
CESAGen is a collaborative research centre which is funded as part of the ESRC Genomics Network. The Centre is based at the universities of Lancaster and Cardiff. At Cardiff, CESAGen is housed in The School of Social Sciences, and at Lancaster in The Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy (IPPP).
This ten million pound initiative dedicated to burns research, the UK's first, is a joint initiative by Cardiff and Swansea universities and Morriston Hospital with the charity The Healing Foundation. The Centre is located at the Heath Park Campus at Cardiff University School of Medicine and the Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery at Morriston Hospital.
MHRN-C is a Wales Office of R&D funded network. The network supports vital large-scale research which will help to raise the standard of mental health and social care research and practice throughout Wales. MHRN-C has recently established six clinical research groups that supplement the research hubs. The research groups will provide the creative drive for the network. Two of the research groups are led by staff in the Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies.