Welsh Government

Cyfleoedd ar hyn o bryd

Yn chwilio am gyfle newydd i weithio gydag ymchwilwyr yng Nghymru? Mae’r cyfleoedd diweddaraf ar gyfer aelodau o’r cyhoedd wedi’u rhestru isod. Os oes angen mwy o wybodaeth arnoch am unrhyw o'r cyfleoedd, ffoniwch y tîm ar 02920 230457 neu e-bostiwch research-involvement@wales.nhs.uk.

Os hoffech wneud cais am unrhyw o'r cyfleoedd isod gallwch gyflwyno datganiad o ddiddordeb. Sylwer bod cyfleoedd ar hyn o bryd ar gael i aelodau o'r cyhoedd sydd wedi cofrestru â'r gymuned gynhwysol, ac sydd wedi darllen y cytundeb cynnwys y cyhoedd cyn cyflwyno datganiad o ddiddordeb. 

Mae'r cynnwys isod ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Become involved in developing a study using digital Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for insomnia to improve sleep in people with migraines

Deadline: Midday on 7 February 2019

Two individuals to become part of the development group. Successful individuals will be required to bring their experience of living with migraines and how suffering with them affects their day to day life, such as inability to work or socialise. They will also be asked whether there will be barriers to either taking part in the study or implementing the intervention.

Successful individuals will be required to attend one face-to-face meeting in Swansea. This meeting will be followed up by one or two teleconference calls and email communication.

If the project is successful in obtaining funding, individuals may be invited to continue to provide the patient perspective throughout the project. 

Become a member of the Health and Care Research Wales Public Involvement Delivery Board

Deadline: 17:00 on 7 February 2019

 One individual to become a member of the Public Involvement Delivery Board (PIDB.) The successful individual will be required to attend four meetings per year with at least two of those meeting to be in person. 

As a member of the PIDB, individuals will be required to contribute to meetings by reading all papers. Individuals may also be required to attend additional meetings representing the board as and when required. 

Application form. 

Become involved by providing your comments on the early design of a new study

Deadline: Midday on 21 January 

Sepsis (also known as blood poisoning), is the immune system's overreaction to an infection or injury. Normally our immune system fights infection - but sometimes, for reasons we don't yet understand - it attacks our body's own organs and tissues. When present during pregnancy, sepsis has the potential to adversely affect both mother and baby. Four individuals who have been recently pregnant, or postnatal women affected by sepsis are required to comment, contribute and help develop a study design which is patient focused.

ecome a member of a Study Steering Committee

Deadline: Midday on 8 February 2019

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) is very common in men and can have an impact on their quality of life. One individual is required to become part of the study steering committee. The study seeks any men who experience lower urinary tract symptoms, who have experience of attending committees and meetings and who live locally to Cardiff to apply. 

Become a lay member of the Swansea University Research Ethics and Governance sub committee

Deadline: Midday on 25 January 2019

One individual is required to become a member of the Swansea University Research Ethics and Governance sub committee. The successful individual would be required to attend three face to face meetings per year and possible ad hoc meeting if necessary. Meetings are usually held between 14:00 and 16:00 on Wednesday afternoons at the Singleton Campus of Swansea University.