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Speaker Biography

Dr Win Tadd

Win spent many years as a nurse and senior lecturer in the UK and Australia.

She was awarded an International Fellowship by the Hastings Centre, New York in 1989, a UKCC Scholarship in 1997 and is currently a Reader in Cesagen, School of Social Sciences, at Cardiff University. She chaired the Welsh Government’s National Coordinating Group on Dignity in Care from 2007 – 2011 and is a member of the Advisory Board of Stroke Cymru. Her research focuses on the ethical aspects of ageing and care of older people.

For the past 12 years her work has focused on the provision of dignified care, coordinating the EU project Dignity and Older Europeans. Her most recent studies were funded by the NIHR-SDO and the Department of Health and Comic Relief’s PANICOA programme and focus on the provision of dignified care in a range of health and social care settings.

She has published widely in the areas of nursing and health care ethics, and on care provision for older people.


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