The NHS Wales Awards celebrate improvement work that has transformed the experience and outcomes for people in Wales.
From 1 April 2023, Improvement Cymru becomes part of the NHS Wales Executive.
The NHS Wales improvement community is bidding farewell to a pair of long-serving colleagues.
We at Improvement Cymru are delighted to be able to share with you our first Annual Report.
Improvement Cymru has confirmed that 37 improvement projects are being supported in NHS Wales health boards and trusts by the Safe Care Collaborative.
New grant funding has been made available to help improve the lives of people with a learning disability in Wales.
The next round of Q Exchange, the participatory funding programme with grants of up to £40,000 is now open for ideas.
The Safe Care Collaborative between Improvement Cymru, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and NHS Wales health boards and trusts was launched on Tuesday 29 November by the Minister for Health and Social Care, Eluned Morgan MS.
Announcing the shortlisted entries for the 2022 Awards.
Following a call for research proposals earlier this year, Public Health Wales’ Improvement Cymru directorate has awarded funding to support two research projects that have the potential to deliver improvements and innovation in health and care delivery.
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting the NHS Wales Awards again in 2022 after a break since 2019 due to the pandemic.
Improvement Cymru are pleased to announce that their National Conference will be held online on 10 & 11 May 2022.