Departmental News

4th May Fundraising Coffee Morning for Mothers of Africa

Posted on 5 May 2017 by Chris Juniper

Mothers of Africa supporters, the coffee morning was a great success and raised £162.  Not bad for 2 hours work (though Maria did put in a lot of time with her cake-making!). Couldn’t make it? Please go to and donate £5 (or whatever you feel you can).  We need funds for the Zambia school build Warmest wishes and
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Calling All Welsh Anaesthetists: Better Together

Posted on 7 February 2017 by Chris Juniper

  Well here’s some things for Welsh Anaesthetists to get involved with. Society of Anaesthetists of Wales have two meetings in 2017: The first Brecon on March 10th with our very successful Trainee Competition. So dust off your case reports, research, audit and quality work and submit an abstract.  Time is short, get something to asap,
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Twinkle, Twinkle: Many Stars of 2016

Posted on 21 December 2016 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall It has been a remarkable year, so many developments and successes from the stars in the teams I am privileged to be part of. Phoenix Project has gone from strength to strength as we jointly make measurable impacts with our University of Namibia partners. Many successes, but I must make particular
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Professor Bill Mapleson’s Final Retirement

Posted on 15 December 2016 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall   On Monday 19th December, Professor Mapleson will be in the Department of Anaesthetics to open the Mapleson Wing of the Mushin Museum.  The new wing will host a rotating education exhibit and a schools’ engagement programme and we are grateful for the support of: The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales;
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Mothers of Africa Opens Shiyala Primary School

Posted on 8 December 2016 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall Last week I traveled with Paul Crompton and Emma Smith to Shiyala Village to hand over our Mothers of Africa Primary School to the Zambian Education Authorities.  In Zambia you can’t have qualified teachers, unless communities can build a school and for those living in the bush, this also means building
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Lunchtime Innovation Lecture Series: Good to go!

Posted on 17 November 2016 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall I have been asked to Lead for Innovation in the Division of Population Medicine in the School of Medicine.  To that end I have started talking to some of you working in this area.  I would like to identify a core group of interested colleagues, interested in supporting others through the
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