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Job vacancy: research officer

Job vacancy: research officer

14 Jun

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the team at the Wales School for Social Care Research as a fixed term research officer.

Wales champions innovation and research development

Wales champions innovation and research development

13 Jun

Across the NHS in Wales there are extraordinary people doing extraordinary things. As the NHS’ 70th birthday approaches we talk with some of those people, who have helped improve and change research in Wales over the last seven decades.

Launch of the Whitehouse Report

Launch of the Whitehouse Report

7 Jun

Review of research nursing and midwifery across the UK and Ireland in 2017: structures, strategies and sharing.

MRes scholarships available at Bangor University

MRes scholarships available at Bangor University

7 Jun

The School of Healthcare Sciences at Bangor University is currently working with Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships to offer multiple MRes scholarships.

How Wales gave ordinary people a vital say in research

How Wales gave ordinary people a vital say in research

6 Jun

When Barbara Moore started her nursing career in the 1970s, health and social care research wasn’t a big feature in her training manual. And, although doctors and nurses were asking patients and members of the public for their opinions on research studies, it wasn’t anything like we know today.

Clinical exercise research makes a giant leap forward at Swansea University

Clinical exercise research makes a giant leap forward at Swansea University

5 Jun

Grants totalling £700,000 have been awarded to Swansea University researchers who are looking at ways of improving our understanding of the importance of physical exercise in high risk groups of patients with diabetes or obesity.