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The SBRI Centre of Excellence is excited to announce a new open call for funding innovation, in conjunction with Welsh Government, Public Health Wales, NHS Wales and Cardiff Capital Region.
As health and care systems start to return to normal activities, Health Technology Wales (HTW) will resume our Appraisal Panel meetings and the publication of new national Guidance.
Our researchers have produced multiple, high-level evidence-based reports for COVID-19 health technologies, known as Topic Exploration Reports (TERs). One of these TERs looked at using hydrogen peroxide vapour to reprocess and decontaminate single-use personal protective equipment (PPE).
We spoke to five of our stakeholders to see what they thought of Health Technology Wales and our work to improve the quality of care in Wales.
The two organisations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and will share mutual benefits by fostering closer linkages and learning from each other’s processes.
Welsh Government have announced a new funding competition for digital solutions to help fight coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Funding is available for between five and eight projects to rapidly pilot products and solutions.
The funding is part of a £44 million investment from the Welsh Government into health and social care research. With a role to improve the quality of care in Wales, Health Technology Wales (HTW) were named collaborators on the successful bid.