Colleagues from health, academia and industry converged at Swansea University's state of the art Bay Campus yesterday for MediWales Connects, the all-Wales NHS collaboration conference.
NHS Wales staff with successful small scale improvement projects are invited to apply for a place at the Spread and Scale Academy, an immersive programme that supports innovators in leading the adoption of their project across Wales.
Matt Temby, Director of Operations for CD&T, has received a personal award from the Cardiff and Vale UHB Innovation Team for his continued support of innovation initiatives.
Innovators from Cardiff and Vale UHB have been awarded Welsh Government funding for their digital improvement initiatives as part of the annual Welsh Health Hack. Of the five prizes available at the event on the 23rd and 24th May, Cardiff and Vale UHB participants won two of them, enabling them to develop their projects further. …
Do you have an innovative idea to improve the way that the NHS works in Wales? Are you passionate about improving patient and health outcomes? Then you should become a Bevan Exemplar - and right now is the time to apply.Every spark of an idea needs to be nurtured, and the Bevan Exemplar scheme does …
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is working in partnership with the bike share scheme, nextbike, to offer patients a unique code that will give them six months of unlimited bike access on prescription.
Colleagues from across the health board met at University Hospital of Wales yesterday for ‘An Introduction to Health Pathways’.
Clinical staff on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are transforming patient care via technology thanks to vCreate, a secure video messaging service that allows care givers to send updates to parents when they're unable to be by their child's side.
The next Cardiff and Vale UHB Clinical Senate session is confirmed for June 14th 2019 from 1.30 - 3.30pm - and there are a few small changes in store.
Breakthrough in Microneedle Technology at the MediCentre PicoFluidics MediCentre Picofluidics Ltd, a medtech company based in the Cardiff MediCentre at University Hospital of Wales, has completed its proof of concept testing for a breakthrough microneedle patch that could transform the way that patients receive certain medicines.