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Wales heads transformational data research

Wales heads transformational data research

10 Jul

Wales is at the forefront of efforts to use health data in research to advance our health and care. At the heart of this is our world-class, world leading health centre, and the nations project for better health, HealthWise Wales. 

Job vacancy: research officer/ fellow

Job vacancy: research officer/ fellow

10 Jul

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a researcher to join a vibrant international global mental health research team at Bangor University's Centre for Mental Health and Society.

The Welsh researchers looking for global answers

The Welsh researchers looking for global answers

9 Jul

As we look ahead to the next 70 years of the NHS, we explore a new approach that could transform the way we manage infectious disease outbreaks and ensure that evidence-based treatments are used to save lives.

Future proofing research in Wales

Future proofing research in Wales

6 Jul

"Wales is a nation looking to the future on every front." A message from Jon Bisson, Director of Health and Care Research Wales. 

Health and Care Research Wales conference 2018 - Call for abstracts for presentations and posters

Health and Care Research Wales conference 2018 - Call for abstracts for presentations and posters

5 Jul

We are currently inviting submissions to display a poster or present at a showcase session at the Health and Care Research Wales conference on 25 October. We welcome all submissions, but would be particularly pleased to see submissions that address the conference theme of ‘future proofing research’.

Wales improves the health of future generations

Wales improves the health of future generations

5 Jul

Wales is leading the way in combating childhood obesity now and for future generations as research finds better ways of enabling children and young people to lead healthy lives, contributing to a healthier, more active Wales.