November 14, 2018
The Welsh Government has commissioned a partnership between leading academics across four universities in Wales and expert advisers to deliver the evaluation of the ground-breaking Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014.
August 3, 2018
WIHSC is delighted to announce that four Visiting appointments have been made by the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education to support the Institute in its work. WIHSC’s strategic intent is to be a key player in the development and implementation of evidence-based health and care services across the statutory, voluntary and independent sector and in order to consolidate and improve this position Professor Mark Llewellyn has brought together an expert reference group of senior colleagues to provide advice and guidance, and to act as ambassadors for WIHSC and USW. The overall purpose of these visiting roles is to allow WIHSC and the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education to maximise its impact on leaders and policy makers within the health and social care field.
Two Visiting Professors and two Visiting Fellow have been appointed as below.
June 11, 2018
Working in partnership with Arad Research, WIHSC publishes a report
adroddiad which was commissioned by SSCE Cymru to explore the experiences of Service families with children who have Special Educational Needs/Additional Learning Needs (SEN/ALN).