The Welsh Scientific Advisory Committee is the statutory health committee that provides expert professional advice to the Minister for Health and Social Services and key stakeholders on scientific and technological matters related to health issues in Wales. Chair: John Day – email@example.com
The Welsh Therapies Advisory Committee is the statutory health committee that provides expert professional advice to the Minister for Health and Social Services and key stakeholders on matters relating to Therapy Services in Wales. Chair: Alison Williams – Alison.Williams12@wales.nhs.uk
The Welsh Pharmaceutical Committee is the statutory advisory committee that that provides expert professional advice to the Minister for Health and Social Services and key stakeholders on matters relating to pharmacy and the pharmaceutical profession in Wales. Chair: Paul Harris – firstname.lastname@example.org
Health and Care Research Wales provides an infrastructure to support and increase capacity in research and development, runs a range of responsive funding schemes and provides funding to NHS Wales to support the development and delivery of research for the benefit of patients and the public. Our innovative infrastructure and portfolio of funded programmes consolidates, updates and builds on what has been created and delivered to date, placing Wales at the international forefront of health and social care research.
Our infrastructure allows a sharper focus on Wales’ current and emerging areas of excellent and ensures an integrated, interdisciplinary, interagency, all-Wales approach, from research development to changes in practice based on research evidence. The people of Wales are central to the infrastructure and the programmes which lead to major gains in health and wellbeing, effectiveness of services and the generation of national wealth.
Public Health Wales is the national public health institute for Wales. We are part of the NHS, and provide professional, independent public health advice and services to achieve a healthier future for Wales. We do this by working in partnership with others to ensure maximum impact in improving health and well-being and reducing health inequalities in Wales.
Public Health Wales has seven strategic priorities:
- Influencing the wider determinants of health
- Improving mental well being and resilience
- Promoting healthy behaviours
- Securing a healthy future for the next generation
- Protecting the public from infection and environmental threats to health
- Supporting the development of a sustainable health and care system focussed on prevention and early intervention
- Building and mobilising knowledge and skills to improve health and well-being across Wales.
More information on Public Health Wales is available at phw.nhs.wales
Established on 1 October 2018, Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is the only Special Health Authority within NHS Wales. We sit alongside Health Boards and Trusts, and have a leading role in the education, training, development, and shaping of the healthcare workforce in Wales, in order to ensure high-quality care for the people of Wales.