Health and Care Research Wales’ Support & Delivery Service takes centre stage in a section of The Parliamentary Review: Healthcare and Pharmaceutical 2019/20.
Over three pages within the journal, which has a healthcare and pharmaceutical focus, director of Support & Delivery Dr Nicola Williams writes about the essential role of staff that enable the efficient set up and delivery of research studies across Wales.
Dr Williams’ article focuses on the development of a seamless, one-Wales research support service for the three million people of Wales, and showcases how Wales is working with industry and research partners worldwide to give them faster access to more studies.
As a UK- wide publication, The Parliamentary Review is an opportunity for organisations to promote and share best practice on a national level, with the goal of raising standards.
Dr Williams commented, “I’m delighted that the Support & Delivery Service is featured in this year’s Parliamentary Review – it enables us to promote the service we provide across Wales to researchers and Sponsors across the world.”
“Wales is an excellent place to conduct research, with our proactive national approach and a Welsh Government that is committed to a world-class research infrastructure we can make a profound contribution to better health in the UK and globally.”
Other articles within this edition focus on medical devices, technologies and solutions, as well as featuring forewords from the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Professor Ted Baker, chief inspector of hospitals, care and quality commission.
You can read the Support & Delivery Service article (page 35 – 37) and the full publication on The Parliamentary Review website.