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How can the NCPHWR help me?

  • Providing NHS and Social Care organisations with the evidence to improve their services
  • Providing government and policymakers with evidence to create more effective policies
  • Increasing the amount of research being done on population health & wellbeing in Wales

Our Research

The NCPHWR has been created to increase to amount of research done in Wales on:

  • Improving Public Health
  • Using Information Technology to improve people's health
  • Studying the patterns, causes and effects of ill-health and diseases

Executive Board

The Executive Board is responsible for developing and implementing NCPHWR’s strategy, policy and programme of action.

Our Researchers

The NCPHWR brings together over 75 researchers from across Wales, the UK and around the world.

About us

Bringing together academia, the NHS and the third sector in Wales to carry out and increase the amount of research being done to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of Wales.

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Pint of Science


Pint of Science is coming to Cardiff for the first time in May. It's a nation-wide outreach initiative to engage new audiences with research. Find out more here- https://lnkd.in/d2ijEQa

£1500 Knowledge Exchange Grants Awarded


NCPHWR has awarded to two knowledge exchange grants to associated research teams in Cardiff University. The chosen projects are: 1. The Safe-Tea Campaign: A parent -targeted intervention to prevent hot drink scalds and promote burns first aid in pre-school children 2. Exploring the potential to collect standardised epidemiological data regarding children assessed within the healthcare setting for suspected physical (PA) and sexual abuse (SA) in four European countries Both applications presented a clear commitment to creating impact beyond academia and clear links with partner agencies. Feedback from the activities will be featured in NCPHWR's 2017 annual report. Would you like to link with our knowledge exchange activities? Get in touch with KE officer Helen at Helen.green5@wales.nhs.uk

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