HealthWise Wales Research Assistant wins award

Health and Care Research Wales Research Impact Awards 2019.

How HealthWise Wales participants have contributed to research studies in Wales

Patients' reasons for consulting a GP when experiencing a dental problem: a qualitative study.

Are you pregnant or have you given birth within the last year?

Researchers at Cardiff University want to find out how easy or difficult it is for women to use a pool for labour and birth in the UK.

Stroke Hub Wales (SHW): Get Involved

Make a difference to stroke prevention, rehabilitation & research across Wales.

Global Myoclonus Dystonia Registry and Non-Motor Symptoms Study

Researchers at Cardiff University are looking for healthy volunteers.

Run for the health of the nation

To be in with a chance of winning one of ten pairs of Cardiff Half Marathon spots, sign up to HealthWise

HealthWise Wales Newsletter Summer 2018

Find out how you've been supporting research in Wales.

Peer support for young adults living in a family affected by a neurological condition

If you are aged 16-25 yrs. and you live in North Wales you can help us understand what you need.

How the public have been involved in HealthWise Wales to date

Hear from HealthWise Wales public team member Jeff Horton.

Results from the Attitudes Towards Death and Dying study

HealthWise Wales participants are thanked for their contribution to vital end of life research.

Chief Medical Officer invites young people to join HealthWise Wales

Dr Frank Atherton, is calling for more participation in the largest Welsh population health study ever undertaken.

How sensitive are your senses?

Online survey to help Cardiff University learn about health and the senses.

The Decision Study

How do family members decide about research on behalf of someone who is unable to decide for themselves?

New HealthWise Wales TV advert

Register today to protect tomorrow.

HealthWise Wales Newsletter Winter 2018

Try our HealthWise Wales New Year Resolutions.

Survey on Public Attitude to Death and Dying in Wales

A team of researchers from the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre want to find out about people's attitude towards death and dying in Wales.

Take 10 Campaign

Large employers in Wales gave employees 10 minutes of their working day to sign up to HealthWise Wales.

Parkrun supports HealthWise Wales

Welsh parkrunners invited to take part in HealthWise Wales.

Health and Care Research Wales Conference 2017

The importance of research in Wales.

HealthWise Wales Autumn 2017 Newsletter

New questionnaires!

New research from Cardiff University

Why are cancer patients with pre-existing disabilities reporting poorer care?

HealthWise Wales Summer 2017 Newsletter

We now have 10,000 participants!

HealthWise Wales Spring 2017 Newsletter

Events, campaign, updates, new research and champions.

Registration, About Me and new questions for everyone

We are always looking for ways to improve our website and data collection. Based on feedback from participants, we have made some changes.

HealthWise Wales and Coleg Cambria

HealthWise Wales visited Coleg Cambria in Wrexham.

Competition Winners!

Well done to our competition winners who came to see at the HealthWise Wales roadshow over the summer, entered our competition and won an activity tracker!

HealthWise Wales Research Priorities Workshop

HealthWise Wales held a research workshop at the Park Plaza Cardiff on 25th May with researchers in Wales to develop research priorities for the HealthWise Wales project.

Unique Research Project Shaping the Future of Healthcare in Wales

Key project team members from HealthWise Wales gathered at Cardiff City Stadium on Monday 1st February for an event hosted by Health and Care Research Wales.

HealthWise Wales Progress Review

On Monday 1st February HealthWise Wales will be holding an event to update participants on our progress so far.

Data Saves Lives Campaign

Personal data saves lives. Researchers across Europe use personal data in a safe, secure way to grow our collective understanding of disease.