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Job vacancy: Lead Principal Investigator

Job vacancy: Lead Principal Investigator (Wales) – COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

7 Aug

Health and Care Research Wales is seeking an experienced Principal Investigator (PI) to act as Lead PI (with support from co-investigators) for all Urgent Public Health COVID-19 vaccine trials undertaken in Wales.

Job vacancy: Research coordinator

Job vacancy: Research coordinator

3 Aug

The post-holder will help to coordinate the Gambling Research, Evaluation and Treatment (GREAT) Network Wales, which is funded by Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales. 

Help set social care priorities for older people

How can we best provide sustainable care and support to help older people live happier and more fulfilling lives?

30 Jul

Take part in a survey to help decide the most important questions for social care research that will help older people live happier and more fulfilling lives

Make It Public

Make It Public – new strategy marks step change in making health research findings available to the public

30 Jul

The Health Research Authority is today (30 July) launching a new strategy to ensure information about all health and social care research – including COVID-19 research - is made publicly available to benefit patients, researchers and policy makers.

Would you like to be involved with helping ensure the safety and wellbeing of research participants?

Would you like to be involved with helping ensure the safety and wellbeing of research participants?

29 Jul

If you are passionate about health and social care research, have the ability to analyse complex issues, take an objective stance and voice your opinion then volunteering to become a member of a Research Ethics Committee could be the perfect opportunity for you – anyone can get involved.

We’re recruiting Research Ethic Committee Members!

We’re recruiting Research Ethic Committee Members!

29 Jul

We’re looking for expert members to become a part of Research Ethics Committees (REC) in Wales. If you are passionate about health and social care research, have the ability to analyse complex issues, take an objective stance and voice your opinion then volunteering to become a REC member could be the perfect opportunity for you.