Rhiannon Griffiths-Williams

Job Role
Senior Lecturer in Nursing


I completed my initial nurse training with Bangor University in 2000 and went on to study at Wrexham Glynd┼Ár University for my BSc Health Science (Hons.), Grad. Diploma (Specialist Practice; Practice Nursing) and MSc Health Science.

My clinical background consists of 9 years working in coronary care and medical high dependency, followed by a further 10 years as a Practice Nurse. I undertook my V3OO non-medical prescribing qualification which I was able to use as a Practice Nurse in the form of minor illness clinics, chronic disease management, travel health and contraception.

My most recent role was as a Health Liaison Nurse for an adult learning disability service, where I worked alongside GP practices to increase access to health checks. My MSc dissertation looked at equality within healthcare for adults with learning disabilities.

Outside of work, I am kept well occupied by looking after my three children.


MSc Health Science (Merit)

Grad. Diploma Specialist Practice (Practice Nursing)

BSc Nursing Studies

Diploma in Nursing Studies

Asthma Diploma Module

Tissue Viability Diploma Module

Fellow (FHEA)

PG Cert in Learning and Teaching in HE (PGLTHE)


NUR 506: Person Centred Nursing Practice

NUR 606: Empowering Service Users and Carers (adult field)

NUR 607: Applied Bioscience and Adult Nursing Practice