NCPHWR focuses on two main programmes of research: Children & Young People and the maintenance of an extended healthier working life.
This is supported by considerable evidence that effective early intervention during childhood and youth is most likely to break the cycle of health inequalities and of the increasing health, social and economic costs of long-term health conditions.
Children and Young People
NCPHWR researchers use data to improve the understanding of the health of children and young people and of the impact that policy and services have on their outcomes. Previous research includes:
Extended Healthier Working Life
NCPHWR researchers use linked data to study the factors that could help people in Wales live both a longer and healthier life. Previous research includes:
Have a question you need NCPHWR researchers to answer or want to work with the Centre?
The Centre’s research team is actively seeking to work on new collaborative projects around the themes of Children and Young People and an extended healthier working life. They are looking to work with researchers, health-care & social care practitioners, charities, schools, local & national government and community groups.
Get in touch if you have a research question or if you would like to discuss how NCPHWR can help improve your healthcare, social care, charity or school service.