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Job vacancy: Senior research & impact lead (Population Health and Society)

Job vacancy: Senior research & impact lead (Population Health and Society)

26 Jun

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Public Health Wales team as a senior research and impact lead (Population Health and Society). The post holder will lead the development of a Population Health and Society research programme.

@ResearchWales magazine - issue 6

@ResearchWales magazine

21 Jun

The sixth issue of our @ResearchWales magazine is now live, featuring the latest health and social care research news from across Wales.

UKPRP second funding call

UK Prevention Research Partnership pre-announcement of second call and information and networking event

20 Jun

The UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP), made up of a range of research councils, charities and government funders including Health and Care Research Wales, has announced that a second funding call will be launched on 3 September 2019 for proposals for new Consortium and Network awards.

Updates following implementation of the UK Local Information Pack

Updates following implementation of the UK Local Information Pack

20 Jun

Updates following implementation of the UK Local Information Pack for Participant Identification Centres

Specialty lead awarded prestigious scholarship to form international research collaboration

Specialty lead awarded prestigious scholarship to form international research collaboration

14 Jun

Health and Care Research Wales’ specialty lead for surgery, Professor Iain Whitaker, has been awarded a prestigious scholarship to form a research collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Practice-changing Welsh diabetes research shared across the pond

Practice-changing Welsh diabetes research shared across the pond

12 Jun

Professor Stephen Bain, Health and Care Research Wales specialty lead for diabetes and director of the Diabetes Research Unit Cymru, has spoken at the world’s largest meeting on diabetes – the American Diabetes Association’s 79th Scientific Sessions - in San Francisco, California.