RIIC Hub asset Listing – Other

Organisation Website Summary Network / Collaborations Address Type(s)
Emergency Services
Police – Dyfed Powys Police Website

Contact

The area served by Dyfed-Powys Police includes Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys. Local Authority/Social Care
Fire Services – Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service Website

Contact

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service is responsible for providing public safety information, prevention and protection programmes, and emergency response cover for Mid and West Wales. Local Authority/Social Care
Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST) Website

Contact

The Research & Development (R&D) department supports the development of high quality research within the trust and ensures it is conducted and managed to a high scientific and ethical standard. Welsh Government/other
Welsh Government
RIIC hubs
Academi Wales Website

Contact

 

Academi Wales is the centre for excellence in leadership and management for public services in Wales. Established in September 2012, Academi Wales is part of the portfolio of the Welsh Government Minister for Housing and Local Government. Academia
Welsh Government/other
Improvement Cymru Website

Contact

Improvement Cymru are the all-Wales Improvement service for NHS Wales. We are experts in developing, embedding, and delivering system-wide improvements across health and social care. Welsh Government/other
Health
Knowledge Transfer Network Website

Contact

Knowledge Transfer Network is Innovate UK’s network partner.
They link new ideas and opportunities with expertise, markets and finance through our network of businesses, universities, funders and investors.
Academia
Welsh government/other
Welsh Institute for Rural Health Care Website

Contact

this is the research contact

Rural Health and Care Wales’ prime aims are to:
provide a focal point for the development and collation of high quality research pertinent to rural health and wellbeing
improve the training, recruitment and retention of a professional workforce within rural communities
be recognised as an exemplar in rural health and wellbeing on the international stage.
Academia
Welsh Government/other
Health
Public Health Wales Website

Contact

We are the national public health agency in Wales. We work to protect and improve health and well-being and reduce health inequalities for the people ofWales. 2 Capital Quarter
Tyndall Street
Cardiff
CF10 4BZ
Telephone: 029 2022 7744
Welsh Government/other
Transformation Fund Website Welsh Government/other
Integrated Care Fund Website The fund enables health and social care services to work toether to support:
older people with complex needs and long term conditions including dementia
people with learning disabilities
children with complex needs due to disability or illness carers, including young carers
children at risk of becoming looked after, in care or who are adopted
Welsh Government/other
Health
National Office of Statistics Website

Contact

StatsWales is the Welsh Government’s free-to-use online repository for detailed statistical data for Wales. Welsh Government/other
Wales Audit Office Website

Contact

Our aim is to:
Assure the people of Wales that public money is being managed well.
Explain how public money is being used and how it meets people’s needs.
Inspire and empower the Welsh public sector to improve.
Welsh Government/other
Think Tanks
Bevan Commission Website

Contact

The Bevan Commission, chaired by Professor Sir Mansel Aylward, provides independent, authoritative advice on health and care to the Welsh Government and leaders in NHS Wales, the UK and beyond. We are hosted and supported by Swansea University. Welsh Government/other
Health
Morgan Academy Website

Contact

The Morgan Academy, named after the late Rhodri Morgan, former First Minister of Wales and Swansea University Chancellor, is a research-based think tank created to deal with the pressing ‘wicked issues’ of public policy in Wales and the wider World.
Based in Swansea University, we work across subject disciplines. As well as promoting critical thinking, we work collaboratively to promote innovative evidence-based policy.
Academia
Libraries
National Library of Wales Website

Contact

The National Library of Wales’ purpose is to make our culture and heritage accessible to all to learn, research and enjoy. We are a legal deposit library, which means we have the right to a copy of every publication printed in Britain and Ireland. Welsh Government/other
Aberystwyth University Website

Contact

Academia
Swansea University Website

Contact or Contact

Academia
University of Wales Trinity Saint David Website

Contact

Academia
Lampeter Library Included in above, as part of Trinity St Davids Academia
Glangwilli Medical Ed Library Website

Contact

Academia
Health
Bronglais Hospital Library Website

Contact

Academia
Health
Withybush Hospital Library Website

Contact

Academia
Health
Morriston Post Graduate Centre Website

Contact Julia Tucker, course administrator

Health

Academia

Centres of Excellence
Centre for Alternative Technologies – Machynlleth Website

Contact

CAT is an educational charity dedicated to researching and communicating positive solutions for environmental change. Academia
Business/Enterprise
BEACON Biosciences Academia
Health
Swansea Centre for Health Economics (SU) Website

Contact: 01792 602117 number for Centre for Health Economics

Located on beautiful Swansea Bay at the Singleton Park Campus of Swansea University, the Swansea Centre for Health Economics (SCHE) comprises an energetic and enthusiastic team of multidisciplinary staff focused on development and application of health economics methods to ‘real life’ issues in health care policy and delivery. Academia
Health
Centre for Innovative ageing (SU) Website

Contact:

+44 (0)1792 295789

Angela White, job title is adminstrator in this centre. Email is a.j.white@swansea.ac.uk

As Wales’ leading centre for ageing studies, the Centre for Innovative Ageing puts a positive view of ageing and older people at the core of its business. Through our transformative research we ensure care, well-being and quality of life are underpinned by the latest in original, and innovative ideas. Academia
Health
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Website

Contact

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care. Welsh Government/other
Health
Research Ethics Committees Website

contact

Below is a list of welsh research ethics committees, with contact details for each

Website

We are one of a number of organisations that work together in the UK to regulate and approve different aspects of health and social care research.
Most of our functions apply to research undertaken in England but we also work closely with the other countries in the UK to provide a UK-wide system.The Research Ethics Service (RES) is one of our core functions and is committed to enabling and supporting ethical research in the NHS. It protects the rights, safety, dignity and wellbeing of research participants.
Welsh Government/other
Health
Grant Funding Bodies
NIHR – National Institute for Health Research Website

Contact

We are the UK’s largest funder of health and care research and provide the people, facilities, and technology that enable research to thrive. Welsh Government/other
Health
HEFCW – Higher Education Fund Website

Contact

We regulate and fund higher education in Wales, and help to deliver Welsh Government priorities for higher education. Welsh Government/other
ESRC – European Social Research Centre Website

Contact

The European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research (the European Centre) is an intergovernmental organisation affiliated to the United Nations. Its purpose is to foster the collaboration in social welfare between governments and organisations. Welsh Government/other
NISCHR – National Institute for Social Care and Health Research Website

Contact

Health and Care Research Wales is a networked organisation, supported by Welsh Government, which brings together a wide range of partners across the NHS in Wales, universities and research institutions, local authorities, and others. Academia
Health
Welsh Government/other
AHRC – Arts and Humanities Research Council Website

Contact

At the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) we fund world-class, independent researchers in a wide range of subjects from history and archaeology to philosophy and languages. We also fund more contemporary research including the design and effectiveness of digital content and the impact of artificial intelligence. Welsh Government/other
CCHWR – Communities, Cultures, Health and Wellbeing Research Website Welsh Government/other
The National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research Website

Contact

The National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research, funded by the Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales, brings together a world-class team of researchers, statisticians and data analysts from the Universities of Swansea, Cardiff, and Bangor alongside Public Health Wales to understand, evaluate and inform population health Improvements. Welsh Government/other
Academia
National Lottery Website

Contact

The National Lottery is funding projects in the arts, sport, heritage, charity, voluntary, health, education and environmental sectors. Every project makes a real difference to lives and communities across the UK. Welsh Government/other
Housing Sector Public and Association
Tai Ceredigion Website

Contact

Tai Ceredigion is the main provider of social housing in Ceredigion with over 2200 properties throughout the county. Local Authority/Social Care
Bro Myrddin Housing Association Website

Contact

Bro Myrddin is a charitable not for profit Housing Association, led by a Board of up to 10 board members, providing housing across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
We build, improve and maintain around 950 homes and provide a range of housing services to our residents and other stakeholders.
Local Authority/Social Care
Ateb Website

Contact

Ateb Group Limited
ateb is a Housing Association and the parent company to Mill Bay Homes, West Wales Care and Repair and Effective Building Solutions. We currently have around 2,800 homes predominantly in Pembrokeshire that we rent on either a social or intermediate rental basis.
Local Authority/Social Care
Family Housing Association (Wales) LTD Website

Contact

We are a registered social landlord (RSL) based in Swansea. We were established in 1975 to meet the housing needs of families, older and more vulnerable people. We manage over 2,800 high quality affordable homes, and provide a range of services – including the development of new homes – to people and communities across Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Neath and Port Talbot, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. Local Authority/Social Care
Mid-Wales Housing Association Website

Contact

Mid-Wales Housing Association was established in 1975 and has over 1700 properties throughout Powys and Ceredigion as well as a few properties in Shropshire. Local Authority/Social Care
Wales & West Housing Website

Contact

We manage more than 12,000 high quality, affordable homes in 15 local authority areas across Wales. These include more than 3,000 dedicated properties for older people as well as innovative supported housing solutions for people with a range of particular needs.
Carmarthenshire Council housing Website

Contact

Local Authority/Social Care
Pembrokshire coucil housing Website

Contact

Local Authority/Social Care
Steering Groups  

 

Measuring the Mountain steering group Website

Contact

During 2019 and early 2020 we gathered stories from people who are unpaid carers and people who use care and support services, so that we could understand more about the impact of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. Academia
Health
Wales Arts Health and Wellbeing Network Steering group Website

Contact

The WAHWN Steering Group is made up of Network members representing a wide range of knowledge and expertise in the field of arts and health. The Group meets quarterly to support the Network in a voluntary capacity and are committed to raising the profile of arts and health practice in Wales, through advocacy, advising on strategic direction and programme thus helping to develop the capacity and resilience of the Network. Academia
Health
Advisory Boards
Welsh Custodial Public Health Advisory Board Website

Contact

On behalf of Welsh Government, Public Health Wales have established a ‘Welsh Custodial Public Health Advisory Board’ designed to support the partnership boards and those working in prison healthcare in delivery of healthcare services. Welsh Government/other
Academia
Health
RCPCH Wales Executive Committee & National Specialty Advisory Group Website

‘Officer for Wales’ on this board Contact 

The Wales Executive Committee represents the membership of the RCPCH in Wales and coordinates and manages College activities in Wales. The National Specialist Advisory Group is a sub group offering advice and guidance on strategy, policy and clinical issues relevant to paediatrics and child health in Wales. Welsh Government/other
Academia
Health
National Parks
Ramblers Cymru Website

Contact

Ramblers Cymru works to promote walking for pleasure, health, leisure and transport to everyone, of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, in towns and cities as well as in the countryside. Health
Voluntary Sector
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Website

Contact

In managing the National Park, the Authority has two statutory purposes:
to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the National Park, and
to promote opportunities for public enjoyment and understanding of its special qualities.
Welsh Government/other
National Parks
Ramblers Cymru Website

Contact

Ramblers Cymru works to promote walking for pleasure, health, leisure and transport to everyone, of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, in towns and cities as well as in the countryside. Health
Voluntary Sector
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Website

Contact

In managing the National Park, the Authority has two statutory purposes:
to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the National Park, and
to promote opportunities for public enjoyment and understanding of its special qualities.
Welsh Government/other
National Resources Wales
natural resources wales?
Website

Contact

Natural Resources Wales is the largest Welsh Government Sponsored Body – employing 1,900 staff across Wales with a budget of £180 million. Find out about the work we do to make sure that the environment and natural resources of Wales are sustainably maintained, sustainably enhanced and sustainably used, now and in the future Welsh Government/other
Welsh Research Groups (non HDUHB RPB)
Cardiff University
WISERD Welsh Institute for Social and Economic Research Data

CCRC – Civil Society research Centre

Website

Contact

WISERD Civil Society is an ESRC research centre, undertaking a five year, multi-disciplinary programme of policy relevant research addressing Civil Society in Wales, the UK and Internationally. Academia
ADR – Admin Data Research Website

Contact

Contact

ADR Wales brings together world-renowned data science experts, leading academics and specialist teams within Welsh Government to produce evidence that shapes future policy decisions in Wales. Academia
Welsh Politics and Governance research network Website

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or Contact

The WISERD Politics and Governance Research Network is a multidisciplinary network which brings together scholars who conduct and publish research that centres on Welsh politics and governance, from across the five WISERD partner universities. The Network is jointly led by Dr Matthew Wall and Dr Bettina Petersohn from Swansea University’s Department of Political and Cultural Studies. Academia
Foundational Economy research Website

Contact

The WISERD Politics and Governance Research Network is a multidisciplinary network which brings together scholars who conduct and publish research that centres on Welsh politics and governance, from across the five WISERD partner universities. The Network is jointly led by Dr Matthew Wall and Dr Bettina Petersohn from Swansea University’s Department of Political and Cultural Studies. Academia
Centre for Innovation Accelerator (cardif Uni) Website

Contact

The Data Innovation Accelerator helps companies in Wales to use their data better. Academia