Twitter | Search | |
Emma Bryant
Head of Global Advancement Swansea University Medical School, former newspaper editor, ex-NHS communications director & proud mummy! e.l.bryant@swansea.ac.uk
10,223
Tweets
5,001
Following
3,418
Followers
Tweets
Emma Bryant retweeted
Tirdeunaw 12h
Bl 1 Mrs Davies yn ymchwilio pwy all greu'r swigen fwyaf. Roeddem wedi ceisio cael plentyn mewn swigen ond mae angen mwy o ymarfer! Yr 1 investigating who can create the biggest bubble. We tried to capture a pupil in a bubble but more practice needed! allanol
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant 18h
Population Health is “the next big thing...” according to Find our how it can be an exciting route to medicine too: via
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
SU Medical School 19h
Delighted to announce Swansea University Medical School has been chosen as the UK’s first Diabetes Centre of Excellence by a global pharmaceutical giant, Sanofi Global Network
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
Keith Lloyd May 18
Clinical trials improve health & wellbeing. Big data improves clinical trials.
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
SU Medical School May 18
Replying to @bbygrove @NigRees1973
Our workload is increasing at a rate of 7%-10%. Many will see ambulances delayed at our Emergency departments. Research is informing the developments of roles and alternative pathways to the Emergency Department.
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant May 18
How does the Ambulance Service use clinical trials to improve its performance and efficiency?
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
Zoë Abbott May 17
Really excited for the great line-up on tomorrow's Are you interested in improving health, how is it done? Who choses what we research? What does a Radiographer actually do?! From the deep & meaningful, interesting to pure fun: ask tomorrow: 1/2
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
SU Medical School May 18
Today we will be taking part in to talk about Clinical Trials our first takeover is with Mr John Gibson. Over to you Mr Gibson!
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
Zoë Abbott May 18
Great start to International Clinical Day celebrations in Morriston Hospital, talking to lots of staff and the public about research going on in primary, secondary & social care. Come say hi! :-)
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
SU Medical School May 17
Cheers! Here's to a great first day. Looking forward to tomorrow
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
SU Medical School May 16
Massive thank you to all our students who completed the recent surveys. Our school had the overall highest repose rate, awarding us a £500 donation towards study and social space in our school. Well done everyone!
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
Swansea University May 16
New study reveals how electronic health records can improve clinical trial follow up
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
SU Medical School May 16
International Clinical Trials Day 2018 What do you want to ask? Tweet it to 11am-2pm on 18th May
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
Ashley Akbari May 16
Looking forward to being a part of this tomorrow. Get your questions in 😃 on anything research related or any of the many data science programmes we run including: etc.
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
BHF Cymru May 16
BHF researchers recently met with Cabinet Secretary for Health to share the state of the art techniques used to study abnormal heart rhythms:
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
MediWales Connects May 16
Get involved with MediWales Connects and explore themes around and . We've got some fantastic presentations and speakers lined up for a busy day! See the programme here:
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant May 15
Loving badges for I Am A Future ... medic/innovator/scientist campaign all ready for the Eisteddfod later this month
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
WEFO May 11
The Agor IP project backed by £6.7m from Welsh Government and is already delivering ground breaking results
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant retweeted
Swansea University May 15
Ground-breaking research at impresses Cabinet Secretary for Health
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Bryant May 11
Great away day with my advancement team today, lots of fab ideas ... now the hard work starts!!!! 🤩😳
Reply Retweet Like