Engagement


Impact: Rumney and Shiyala Primary Schools work together

Posted on 18 June 2014 by Jeff Clark

Report by Rumney Headmistress Ann Evans Being involved with the charity ‘Mothers of Africa’ is proving to be such a rewarding experience for Rumney Primary School! We now have an established link with Shiyala Primary School resulting in joint projects such as film making, astronomy, art and craft as well as health and hygiene. Under
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Impact: Illustration of Medicine

Posted on 4 June 2014 by Jeff Clark

We now have Resident Illustrators in the deparment curtesy of Cardiff School of Art and Design, Cardiff Met. They have been in Short Stay and Main Theatre Recovery at UHW. Can they help us reflect on and improve our practice? Well, many of you have been involved in the project and will want to see
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Science in Health Live: Karthi is Cool!

Posted on 15 April 2014 by Jeff Clark

In March 2014, Cardiff University delivered its contribution to National Science and Engineering Week: Science in Health Live! The event was brilliantly orchestrated as ever by Bronwen Evans and James Matthews. Thanks also to our Lecturers Gemma Keightly and Matt Cawardine, who did a great organisation and delivery job. The academic department of Anaesthetics, Intensive
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An illustrated life: our work is our patients

Posted on 9 April 2014 by Jeff Clark

Have you been down into the bowels of University Hospital of Wales recently? By that I mean, have you worked in our Short Stay Surgical Unit?  If you have, you may have noticed a new, young and enthusiastic phenomenon:  the Illustration Student! In an effort to look at things differently, the academic Department of Anaesthetics,
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Daisy comes home: but leaves a legacy

Posted on 26 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

The academic department of Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine has a skeleton, affectionately known as Daisy.  She has been out and about on two great weeks of engagement work on behalf of Cardiff University.  Daisy has been working with tutors Genevieve Loxton and Martha Lowry in The Art Workshop in Rhiwbina.  Genevieve Loxton said: I’d
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International Women’s Day at India Centre Cardiff

Posted on 13 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

On the evening of 8th March 2014, the Hindu Cultural Association in Cardiff remembered International Women’s Day in style.  I was lucky enough to be there to talk about my work with the charity Mothers of Africa. In a festival of dance, song, interpretation and words the successes of women were truely celebrated.  These successes were
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Anatomy Teaching for Cardiff Artists

Posted on 6 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

The academic department’s anatomical star, affectionately called Daisy,  is out and about engaging on behalf of Cardiff University.  She is visiting art classes at Cardiff’s The Art Workshop theartworkshop.co.uk Tutors Genevieve Loxton and Martha Lowry are using her perfect bony structure to teach their students young, older, beginners and experienced artists.  There’s drawing, fine art, sculpture
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