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Views sought on a national vision for children and young people with a learning disability

Improvement Cymru is seeking feedback from children and young people with learning disability, and their care providers. on how they see their future health and wellbeing.

Announcing the finalists of the NHS Wales Awards 2024

We’re delighted to announce the finalists of this year’s NHS Wales Awards.

Remember to Ask, Adjust and Assist this Learning Disability Week

To celebrate and promote this year’s Learning Disability Week, Improvement Cymru are encouraging health and social care colleagues to recognise the needs and requirements of people with a learning disability.

Cancer project inspires continuous improvement in radiology team

A busy radiology department at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is taking inspiration from vehicle manufacturing to effectively manage its challenging workload.

Children and young adults to benefit from learning disability grants

New grant funding from the Welsh Government is set to improve the lives of children and young adults with a learning disability across Wales. 

We're back for series 2 of our podcast Talking Improvement

In this series, we delve into some incredible improvement stories taking place across the NHS in Wales, as part of the Safe Care Collaborative.

Improvement set to continue as Suspected Cancer Pathways project ends

Improvement Cymru will continue supporting teams across NHS Wales to undertake work to minimise the time between suspicion of cancer and diagnosis, following the end of the Suspected Cancer Pathways project.

Falls in Care project easing pressure on frontline services

A project in Swansea is turning to the latest technology to improve the process of responding to someone who has fallen at home.

Reducing pressure on WAST, emergency departments and capacity in acute hospitals
Improving Quality and Safety with NHS Wales

From 1 April 2024, Improvement Cymru formerly join NHS Wales Executive as the Quality, Safety and Improvement directorate.

Cellular Pathology Team Improves Processing Speed for Cancer Samples

Improvement work undertaken at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB) has increased the processing speed of urgent suspected cancer samples in its Cellular Pathology lab.

Let's celebrate your excellence in improvement and quality at the NHS Wales Awards 2024

The Awards are back with 12 new categories to showcase improvement work across health and care in Wales.

Celebrating the first Improvement Cymru National Conference since the pandemic
Improvement Cymru launches new strategy to support improvements in patient safety across health and care in Wales

Today on World Patient Safety Day, Improvement Cymru launches a new strategy ‘Achieving Quality and Safety Improvement’

Improvement Cymru relaunch conference

Earlier this week we welcomed over 650 delegates over two days from all over Wales to rethink how we improve – together.

Improvement Cymru National Conference 10 & 11 May 2022

Improvement Cymru are pleased to announce that their National Conference will be held online on 10 & 11 May 2022. 

Talking Improvement, a brand new podcast from Improvement Cymru
Working together to make a difference: how Improvement Cymru is accelerating improvements with NHS Wales.

We at Improvement Cymru are delighted to be able to share with you our first Annual Report.

Safe Care Collaborative approaches 40 improvement projects

Improvement Cymru has confirmed that 37 improvement projects are being supported in NHS Wales health boards and trusts by the Safe Care Collaborative.

New Funding Available for Learning Disability Improvement Projects

New grant funding has been made available to help improve the lives of people with a learning disability in Wales.