David Matthews

David is a Lecturer in health and social care at Bangor University, and is programme leader for its BA Health and Social Care, where he teaches issues and subjects relating to the social determinants of health and health policy, as well as supervising undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations. His research interests and publications focus on critical and materialist understandings of the welfare state and social policy, with a particular emphasis on the impact of neoliberalism and capitalism for health and mental health. In addition, he has an interest in the development and evolution of Welsh health policy during the era of devolution.

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A Handbook for Trainee Nursing Associates

A concise introduction to the essential background knowledge that aspiring nursing associates need as a foundation for their training.

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