Meet the team

Meet the Community Health and Well Being lecturers
Community Health and Wellbeing teaching team

Paul Griffiths, BSc, MSc and PGCE. Paul provides module leadership and teaching on a number of health related modules and is the link officer for Neath Port Talbot College. His areas of specialism include Health Promotion, Physical Activity and Health and Health Behaviour. He is also interested in project management and research methods including statistical analysis.

Sally Britton, BSc (Hons), MA, PGCE, RGN 1 Dip N. Sally is the award leader for the Community Health and Well Being courses. She was appointed to her current role in the University of South Wales in 2009 following a career spanning 25 years in the NHS. She worked in roles such as District Nursing, Specialist Nursing, Acute Community Assessment and National Project Coordinator for Health Professions Wales. Her career with Aneurin Bevan Health Board saw her final role as Education and Development Manager. Sally’s interests and areas of experience include CPD/Staff Development, encouraging adults to return to studies, Assessment for Learning and Quality Assurance.

Andrew Britton, General Nurse (not currently active on NMC register); BA (Hons); Cert. Ed; MA; Diploma in continence care; Diploma in drug and alcohol misuse. Andrew trained as a Registered General Nurse in 1991. As a Registered Nurse, his expertise was in Accident and Emergency Care, HM Prison Healthcare, Continence Care and Continuing Healthcare. After leaving nursing Andrew became a nurse advisor, training medical and nursing staff in the correct usage of medical equipment. His areas of interest and experiences include Quality Assurance and Standards for Assessment.

Emily Steggall, MBBS, MSt, DCH, MFPH, joined University of South Wales in 2015. Emily qualified as a doctor in 1998 from St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals School of Medicine, University of London. Following qualification, Emily trained as a GP and worked in primary care in East London, before going on to complete specialist training in Public Health. Emily has worked at consultant level in Public Health in NHS, Local Authority and Civil Service organisations and continues to work as a contractor for Public Health England, leading work on cancer data linkage. Emily’s areas of expertise and interest are child public health, screening and health information.