The Association of Directors of Social Services (ADSS) Cymru
ADSS Cymru is a professional membership body that represents and supports directors and senior managers working in social services in Wales and are committed to ensuring that the voice of social care is heard in policy making. They provide training, information, and opportunities for networking. Their newsletter focusses on the latest developments and updates on work from the leadership in Wales’ social services.
The Bevan Commission is Wales’ leading health and care think tank. They challenge, change and champion thinking and practice to ensure sustainable health and care that is fit for the future. Their newsletter features updates from across their various work programmes.
Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW)
DHCW takes forward the next generation of services needed to transform health and care delivery in Wales. Their newsletter delivers the latest digital updates from NHS Wales straight to your inbox.
Digital Health Ecosystem Wales (DHEW)
The DHEW programme brings together industry, clinicians, policy makers, academics, innovators, and funders to create a vibrant ecosystem of digital innovation within the Welsh health and social care system. They feature as part of the Life Sciences Hub Wales newsletter with updates on their projects, events, and opportunities.
Health and Care Research Wales (HCRW)
HCRW brings together partners across the NHS Wales, local authorities, universities, research institutions, third sector and others. They work together to promote research into diseases, treatments, services and outcomes that can lead to discoveries and innovations. Their weekly bulletin features health and social care research news, events, training, funding and vacancies.
Health Technology Wales (HTW)
HTW is a national organisation that aim to optimise improve the health of the nation through evaluating the effectiveness of health technologies, providing guidance on implementation, and supporting the development of policies. The newsletter includes information on new guidance and policy.
A partnership between the Welsh government, NHS Wales, and other organisations, Improvement Cymru has a mission to support the development of health and care services in Wales. The newsletter provides direct updates with their ongoing work.
Life Sciences Hub Wales
Life Sciences Hub Wales is an arm’s length body of Welsh Government, existing to catalyse innovation and collaboration between industry, health, social care, and academia. Its aim is to make a positive difference to people, families, and businesses across the nation and to make Wales the place of choice for health, care, and wellbeing innovation. The newsletter offers the latest innovation news, events and publications across the health and social care landscape in Wales and beyond.
MediWales is the independent life science network for Wales. They bring together industry, academia and the clinical community to support the advancement of human life science in Wales and create collaborations and business opportunities for their members. Their monthly newsletter features upcoming events, funding opportunities, industry news, and more.
Public Health Network Cymru
Hosted by Public Health Wales, the aim of the Network is to inform, facilitate and create connections for those working in public, private and third sectors in order to improve population health and wellbeing in Wales. Their e-bulletins focus on a different topic each month, including mental wellbeing, nutrition, and health inequalities.
Public Health Wales (PHW)
PHW work to protect and improve health and well-being and reduce health inequalities for the people of Wales. Their monthly e-bulletin includes details of all their latest news and publications.
Social Care Wales
Social Care Wales is the national regulatory body responsible for regulating Wales’ social care workforce. They set the standards for qualifications and training, maintain a register of social care workers, provide guidance to social care providers, and more. Stay up to date with new development and upcoming events when you subscribe to their newsletter.
Wales Arts Health & Wellbeing Network (WAHWN)
WAHWN is a network of arts and health professionals across Wales. It is a free network open to anyone working in, or with an interest in the field of arts, health and well-being. Their newsletter will keep you up to date with developments in the field of Arts and Health, new knowledge bank articles, funding, work opportunities, events and sector developments.