covid-19 research in wales

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The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has had a dramatic effect on society researchers and Cancer Research UK Here our Executive Director of Research Innovation Iain Foulkes our Chief Scientist Professor Karen Vousden and our Chief Clinician Professor Charles Swanton talk about how we're responding to this crisis

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The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have spread to Wales on 28 February 2020 with a case being reported in the Swansea area a person who had recently returned from Italy The first known case of community transmission was reported on 11 March in the Caerphilly area Health care in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with England Northern Ireland Scotland and Wales each having

The Role of Climate During the COVID‐19 epidemic in

Using COVID‐19 notification and postcode data from New South Wales Australia during the exponential phase of the epidemic in 2020 we used time‐series analysis to investigate the relationship between 749 cases of locally‐acquired COVID‐19 and daily rainfall 9am and 3pm temperature and 9am and 3pm relative humidity Lower 9am relative humidity (but not rainfall or temperature) was

Where are the women? Gender inequalities in COVID

Women's representation in research generally and specifically in the study of COVID-19 may be disproportionately affected by lockdown measures Under-representation of researchers tends to create under-representation of issues that are relevant to women in research — in our current situation this may create important gaps in our understanding of COVID-19 Therefore we

Wales to play major role in national trial for COVID

Professor Kieran Walshe Director of Health and Care Research Wales which is nationally co-ordinating research and study-set up in Wales said: "Research is absolutely vital to finding new ways to deal with COVID-19 and its impact on health and care and a vaccine is the ultimate goal I am proud that researchers in Wales are working with national partners to find the most effective

#BeActiveWales

Welcome to #BeActiveWales – our campaign to keep Wales moving during the Coronavirus crisis Whether you're looking for gentle exercise or an intense workout we have got a routine for you From across the world of Welsh sport experts athletes and a famous face or two have come together to kit out the nation with exercise videos session plans motivation nutritious recipes and lots

Health Technology Wales offers research support in

Health Technology Wales offers research support in response to COVID-19 We're working with partners in health and social care to support the response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic We're inviting COVID-19 related research questions evidence reviews and requests for economics support Organisations involved in Health Technology Assessments (HTA) guidelines and

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COVID-19 information This is a booklet to help you manage breathlessness associated with COVID-19 It explains how stress can make breathing harder It describes ways to ease breathlessness and to reduce stress Quick reference guide - Breathlessness [Version 1 - issued 9 April 2020 at 11 30am] A quick guide to managing breathlessness and stress associated with COVID-19 Advice for parents

More than $1 3 million awarded for new COVID

Four Monash University projects investigating treatments for COVID-19 including a potential inhaled treatment have been awarded funding by the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Federal Health Minister The Honourable Greg Hunt announced more than $1 3 million for four Monash research projects as part of a $66 million fund to contribute to global efforts to control and eliminate the virus

Coronavirus (COVID

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health Technology Wales (HTW) is working with our partners in health and social care to support the response to the COVID-19 pandemic As the COVID-19 situation is rapidly changing this page will be regularly updated with new information about the ways we're working and services we offer Evidence reviews and research We can provide rapid evidence summaries what

LLNL makes COVID

To help accelerate discovery of therapeutic antibodies or antiviral drugs for SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has launched a searchable data portal to share its COVID-19 research with scientists worldwide and the general public The portal houses a wealth of data LLNL scientists have gathered from their ongoing COVID-19 molecular design

Health Technology Wales Repurposes Skills to Support

Health Technology Wales also joined the Welsh Government's COVID-19 Research Cell that is sharing intelligence and coordinating connections into UK wide processes for research Evidence review At the request of the Welsh Government testing group Health Technology Wales undertook a first major review of evidence about the effectiveness of tests to detect the presence of the virus or

Arts Council of Wales: Responding to Coronavirus (Covid

Arts Council of Wales preparedness We have been reviewing our own preparedness to ensure we can continue to deliver the most effective service whilst dealing with the emerging situation From Tuesday 17 March following the latest Government advice on responding to Covid-19 Arts Council of Wales has decided to follow the recommendation given and is encouraging those staff members who can do

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Research and stats Find somewhere to get online Who we are About Digital Communities Wales Meet our team Contact us Work for us Covid-19 Digital technology will be crucial in the coming months to help people stay connected find reliable information shop for necessities and stay healthy DCW is here to support people to get online Thankfully for many people digital technology means

Information about COVID

GenOMICC study on COVID-19 patients If you have had COVID-19 and would like to register your interest in taking part in this study please click the button below Please only register your interest if you are 16 years old or above and resident in the UK Register now

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Covid-19 RDI – Research Development and Innovation Solutions provided by Welsh Businesses and Research Organisations The coronavirus outbreak has presented us with a number of challenges and stretched our capacity to deliver products processes and services that meet the growing demand placed on our NHS and care services

Coronavirus (COVID

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and cancer The constant news about the coronavirus can be worrying People with cancer and their families might feel especially worried about the virus as cancer and its treatment can lower your ability to fight infection You can phone the Cancer Research UK nurses if you would like to talk to someone at this worrying time Talk to the Cancer Research UK nurses on

International Clinical Trials Day

On International Clinical Trials Day Dr Sheuli Porkess considers the impact that COVID-19 is having on clinical trials and the potential lessons for the future research Today is International Clinical Trials Day when we celebrate the day in 1747 when James Lind started what is widely considered to be the first randomized clinical trial with a 'fair test' of treatments for scurvy in

COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic was first confirmed to have spread to England with two cases among Chinese nationals staying in a hotel in York on 31 January 2020 The two main public bodies responsible for health in England are NHS England and Public Health England NHS England oversees the budget planning delivery and day-to-day operation of the commissioning side of the NHS in England while PHE's

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" Covid-19 is a pandemic unprecedented in living memory and there's much we don't yet understand about its impact on people living with diabetes We know it's a hugely concerning time and to make sure that we can best support and advise people with diabetes we urgently need to fill this research gap That's why this rapid response funding call is so important It will bring

Cardiff and Vale UHB at the forefront of COVID

There is currently no cure for COVID-19 but our research is making potential treatments and new developments available to our patients now to help save lives The health board is part of national and international research studies to rapidly develop new treatments and to build and share knowledge of COVID-19 The research and development department at the University Hospital of Wales

Collecting Wales' Covid

Since its inception The National Library of Wales has collected and kept a record of events in our history as Welsh people so that this information is available for future generations During this period we will be collecting a variety of items from newspapers to official publications to archiving web content as a record of the Covid-19 crisis and its effect on Wales and the people of Wales

Health Technology Wales offers research support in

Health Technology Wales is inviting COVID-19 related research questions evidence reviews and requests for economics support Dr Susan Myles Director of Health Technology Wales said: "We welcome opportunities to collaborate with peer organisations and we're already talking to fellow HTA bodies about the ways we can collaborate

Coronavirus (COVID

Coronavirus (COVID-19) related statistics and research Collection Coronavirus (COVID-19) related statistics and research Latest data and analysis on the effect of coronavirus on society in Wales Part of: Wales' response to coronavirus First published: 20 April 2020 Last updated: 18 June 2020 In this collection Business economy and innovation Crosscutting Education and skills

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The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have spread to Wales on 28 February 2020 with a case being reported in the Swansea area a person who had recently returned from Italy The first known case of community transmission was reported on 11 March in the Caerphilly area Health care in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with England Northern Ireland Scotland and Wales each having

COVID

The Covid-19 Social Study is a panel study of the psychological and social experiences of adults in the UK during the outbreak of COVID-19 run by University College London Over 90 000 people are currently participating in the study completing weekly online surveys about their experiences and behaviours We have started recruiting participants for a qualitative

Inquiry into the impact of the Covid

The Children Young People and Education Committee is exploring how the outbreak of Covid-19 is affecting all aspects of life for children and young people in Wales Terms of Reference To consider the impact of the outbreak and how it is being managed on children and young people's physical and mental health and wellbeing their education and their social care

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Research COVID-19 Response COVID-19 Response Responding to the challenge During these unprecedented times our 2030 Strategy is guiding our response to coronavirus Dr Louise Bright Director of Research and Business Engagement said: "USW is and will continue to draw upon its research expertise its excellence in teaching as well as its civic commitment to the people of Wales

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