The NCPHWR brings together researchers from across Wales, the UK and around the world. These researchers are working to provide evidence to help improve public health, impact policy and develop practice.
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Provides a link with the Diabetes Research Unit Cymru.
NCPHWR Research Assistant, Swansea University (Children).
Provides statistical expertise for grant development. He also leads on applied statistics.
Provides a link with Public Health Wales Maternity, Children & Families Team, as well as co-location and bid development with NCPHWR health improvement researchers.
NCPHWR Executive Board Member, Deputy Director & Health Informatics Thematic lead. She is also a member of the School Health Research Network (SHRN) partnership board.
Executive Board Member - Industry Lead & Research lead for the "promotion and maintenance of health through an extended working life" priority theme.
NCPHWR Research Fellow, Swansea University (Adult research)
NCPHWR Executive Board Member, Translation to policy lead & Lead for knowledge transfer across the priority themes.
Asthma and Allergy research.
Lead on chronic disease epidemiology.
Lead on Natural Language Processing (NLP) bid development.
Executive Board and Partnership committee.
Senior GIS Research Officer, Swansea University.
Lead on injuries research.
NCPHWR Research Associate at Cardiff University.
Executive Board Member & Lead on acute paediatrics and industry link for children and young people.
Lead for cardiovascular disease research.
Research Fellow, Cardiff University. PHIRN Research Associate.
NCPHWR - Lay member.
School Health Research Network (SHRN) Research Associate.
South East Wales Trials Unit (SEWTU) link for the "promotion and maintenance of health through an extended working life" priority theme.
Co-lead on food safety/microbiome bid development.
Consultant Orthogeriatrician at the Trauma Unit at the University Hospital of Wales and the Clinical Lead for National Hip Fracture Database.
Lead on Information Governance issues.
Link with the Design Conduct Service in Wales.
NCPHWR Executive Board member and Research Lead for the "children & young people" priority theme.
Research Associate, Public Health Improvement Research Network (PHIRN) - social care research programme across the Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health (DECIPHer) and Children's Social Care Research and Development Centre (CASCADE).
Lead Researcher - Centre Director.
Lead on complex evaluation methods.
Provides a link with the Welsh Government Advisory Panel on Substance Misuse. Collaborator on health improvement and epidemiology.
Executive Board Member, Deputy Director and Health Improvement Thematic Lead. Chair of the Public Health Improvement Research Network (PHIRN) partnership board and Chair of the School Health Research Network (SHRN) partnership board.
Executive Board Member and Social care research lead.
NCPHWR Research Fellow, Children & Young People.
Executive Board Member, Deputy Director and Epidemiology Thematic lead.
Provides a direct link with the NIHR Clinical Research Network (Children) and expertise in multi-centre, networked clinical trials. Also develops links between the NCPHWR and Welsh, UK and international paediatric emergency networks and build links with industry for commercial studies.
NCPHWR Research Analyst Swansea University (Adult research).
South East Wales Trials Unit (SEWTU) member of the Public Health Improvement Research Network (PHIRN) partnership board and SEWTU link for the "children & young people" priority theme. Also provides expertise in trials of complex interventions and data linkage.
Lead for bid development on environmental interventions to prevent childhood injuries. Expertise in spatial epidemiology to support bid development.
Link to the Children's Social Care Research and Development Centre (CASCADE), and Lead on improving health and wellbeing for children’s social care groups.
Link to the Violence & Society Research Group at Cardiff University. Collaborator on health improvement research and provides expertise in pragmatic trials.
Lead for bid development on environmental physical activity interventions.
Research Officer NCPHWR.
South East Wales Trials Unit (SEWTU) member of the Public Health Improvement Research Network (PHIRN) partnership board. Also leads on natural experiments of complex interventions and epidemiology of risk behaviours across the life course.
NCPHWR Executive Board Member and Third Sector Lead for engagement across the priority themes. Lead for Public Involvement & Engagement, and Multi agency policy and practice dissemination.
Researcher in Child development, Child’s media, Language acquisition, Language development, Bilingualism, Second Language acquisition and Education.
Lead on Machine Learning Approaches to Analysis & bid development. Expertise in data mining to support other bid development.