South East Wales Trials Unit - High quality, collaborative clinical trials research
The South East Wales Trials Unit (SEWTU) is funded by the National Institute for Social Care and Health Research (NISCHR) to build on existing multidisciplinary expertise in a wide variety of topic areas.
- Major grant awarded for research with looked after children in Wales Yesterday£4.75 million to improve outcomes for children living in foster care, residential children's homes and kinship care
- SEWTU collaborator wins award for research in nursing 2nd December 2014The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) recognises Professor Lesley Lowes in annual ceremony
Our portfolio of previous and current work covers diverse topics from pharmaceutical trials to the evaluation of complex interventions. We currently have studies in the clinical areas of primary care, paediatric diabetes and gastroenterology, with interventions which range from the complex to medicinal products.
We also conduct methodological research around outcomes measures, including the development of new patient reported outcomes and investigations into the impact of different approaches to collecting data from patients on their responses. We are currently running studies across Wales, the UK and Europe.