RIC Hub asset Listing – (Local Authorities)
|Health and Care Research Wales||Website||Health and Care Research Wales. Health and social care research is, first and foremost, about improving the
health and care of people and communities.
|Welsh Government||02920 230457|
|Dewis Cymru||Website||Dewis Cymru is the place to go if you want information or advice about your well-being – or want to know how you can help somebody else. We’ve got information that can help you think about what matters to you, and we’ve also got information about people and services in your area that can help you with the things that matter to you.||Local Authority|
|Improving Health and Health Care||Website||The institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) has used improvement science to advance and sustain better outcomes in health and healthcare internationally||Government Institute||+1 617-301-4800|
|Public Services Boards (PSB)||Website
|The Board makes a difference by ensuring that public services are working together to address shared priorities.||Local Authority/ Social Care||01545 570881
|BEACON||Website||The BEACON is a partnership between Aberystwyth, Bangor and Swansea Universities and the University of South Wales working in the field of conversion of biomass and biowastes into biobased products with commercial applications.||Government Institute||01970 823079|
|Health Technology Wales||Website||Health Technology Wales (HTW) is a national body working to improve the quality of care in Wales. We collaborate with partners across health, social care and the technology sectors to ensure an all-Wales approach. We are funded by Welsh Government and hosted within NHS Wales, but independent of both. Our remit covers any health technology that isn’t a medicine, such as medical devices, surgical procedures, psychological therapies, tele-monitoring or rehabilitation.||Welsh Government|
|SAIL||Website||SAIL stands for Secure Anonymised Information Linkage. The SAIL Databank is a world-class flagship for the robust secure storage and use of anonymised person-based data for research to improve health, well-being and services. Its databank of anonymised data about the population of Wales is internationally recognised. Backed and endorsed by the Government, the SAIL Databank receives core funding from the Welsh Government’s Health and Care Research Wales.||Welsh Government|
|Business Wales||Website||Business Wales is a free service that provides impartial, independent support and advice to people starting, running and growing a business in Wales. With regional centres across Wales, we offer a mixture of online and face-to-face support, as well as training workshops and individual advice.||Welsh Government
|Small business research and innovation (SBRI)||Website||SBRI provides funds for business
development for specific calls for innovation.
|Bridge Innovation Centre||Website||Bridge Innovation Centre provides an impressive
environment for innovation and business growth representing all that is positive for business, innovation and enterprise in Pembrokeshire.
|Local Authority||01646 689200|
|Police – Dyfed Powys Police||Website||The area served by Dyfed-Powys Police includes
Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service
|Website||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||0370 6060699|
|Welsh Ambulance Service Trust
|Website||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||01745 532900|
|Improvement Cymru||Website||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||02920 227744|
|Beacon Centre Llanelli||The Beacon building accommodates many different businesses from a cross section of business sectors including Financial & Professional; Environmental; Life Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing.||Business/Enterprise||01554 748800|
|Knowledge Transfer Network||Website||At Innovate UK KTN our mission is to connect ideas, people and communities to respond to these challenges and drive positive change through innovation. The world we live in faces ever-changing societal, environmental and economic challenges, which are felt regionally, nationally and also globally.||Government||03333 403250|
|Public Health Wales
Public Health Network Cymru
|Website||The national public health agency in Wales.
We work to protect and improve health and well-being and reduce health inequalities for the people of Wales.
|Welsh Government/ Health||02920 348755|
|Wales Audit Office||Website||Our aim is toassure 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||029 2082 9300|
|Bevan Commission||Website||The Bevan Commission is Wales’ leading health and care think tank, hosted and supported by Swansea University. Working within a complex health and care system, our vision is simple – a prudent and sustainable national health and care service to meet the needs of all citizens that remains true to its original values, as established by NHS founder Aneurin Bevan.||Welsh Government /Health||01792 604630|
|National Library of Wales||Website||The National Library of Wales’ purpose is to make the welsh culture and heritage accessible to all to learn and research. The Library has the right to a copy of every publication printed in Britain and Ireland.||Welsh Government/Academia||01970 632 800|
|National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
|Website||The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care.||Welsh Government||0300 323 0140|
|Research Ethics Committees||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. 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/Health||0207 104 8000|
|National Institute for Health Research
|Website||NIHR fund, enable and deliver world-leading health and social care research that improves people’s health and wellbeing, and promotes economic growth.||Welsh Government/Health
|Higher Education Funding
Council for Wales
|Website||HEFCW regulate and fund higher education in Wales, and help to deliver Welsh Government priorities for higher education.||Welsh Government/Academia||029 2085 9696|
|European Social Research Centre
|Website||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.||Government||00431 3194505-0|
|National Institute for Social Care
and Health Research
|Website||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.||Welsh Government/ Health||02920 230457|
|Arts and Humanities Research Council||Website||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.||Government|
|Communities, Cultures, Health and Wellbeing Research (CCHWR)||Website||CCHWR want to build a common understanding that creativity and culture are integral to health and wellbeing. This is an approach that engages with prevention and health-creation not just treatment and disease; is asset-based and holistic; and is communal, collective and co-produced.||Government|
|The National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research (NICE)||Website||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||01792 513459|
|National Lottery||Website||The National Lottery is a funding project in
the arts, sports, heritages, charities, voluntaries, health, education and environmental sectors.
|Welsh Government||028 9568 0143|
|Welsh Custodial Public
Health Advisory Board
|Website||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.
|RCPCH Wales Executive
Committee & National Specialty Advisory Group
|Website||The Wales Executive Committee represents the membershipof 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||020 7092 6000|