Two of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board's outstanding trainee doctors were honoured with prestigious BEST Trainee Awards this month for their passion and commitment to transforming healthcare for the people of Wales
Surgeons at the University Hospital of Wales have been using a state-of-the-art da Vinci robot to operate on prostate cancer patients since 2014. Now, they're using the same innovative technology to transform the care of kidney patients.
Showcasing innovation in falls prevention, neutropenic sepsis and maternal care, the first Clinical Senate of 2019 highlighted the incredible work being undertaken to further the Cardiff and Vale UHB strategy, Shaping Our Future Wellbeing.
Mark your diaries for the 23rd & 24th May 2019 - the hugely popular Welsh Health Hack is back at Life Sciences Hub Wales.
Healthcare innovation was brought to life last week at the Bevan Commission Exemplar Showcase at the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff as front line staff from Cardiff and Vale UHB presented an update on their ongoing service advancement projects as part of the Commission's third cohort.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has been selected as one of just 23 successful proposals that have been awarded funding as part of The Health Foundation’s Innovating for Improvement programme, which aims to improve health and social care by redesigning processes, practices and models of delivery.
The Transformation Programme is aimed at improving quality, safety and patient experience.