ABPI Cymru Wales was established in 2003 in response to the evolving distinctiveness of the post-devolution health and economic agenda in Wales. ABPI Cymru Wales and its members work collaboratively with Welsh Government, NHS Wales, Patient Organisations, the Welsh Parliament and other key stakeholders to help address the health needs of the people of Wales.
Wales hosts 20% more life sciences businesses than the UK average, ranging from pioneering SMEs and start-ups to global blue-chip corporations. Combined, the sector employs over 11,000 people and contributes over £2 billion in turnover to the Welsh economy.
With our members, we work alongside healthcare professionals and patients under the strict governance arrangements of the ABPI Code of Practice.
Wales Industry Group
We support the work of the ABPI Cymru Wales Industry Group (WIG), a collaboration of ABPI members with a declared interest in Wales. WIG currently has a membership of over thirty ABPI member companies, including both major global companies and smaller companies with a strong presence in Wales.
Our Wales Industry Group ensures that medicines promotion and collaborative working with the NHS are conducted in an open, responsible, and ethical way.
ABPI Cymru Wales publications
Collaborative Working and Joint Working: A toolkit for industry and NHS Wales
Collaborative Working and Joint Working projects aim to deliver ‘triple wins’ in the form of benefits to patients, the NHS and the pharmaceutical company or companies involved and is a key part of the Welsh Government’s long-term plan for health and social care, A Healthier Wales.
Cydweithio a chydweithrediad: Pecyn cymorth ar gyfer y diwydiant a GIG Cymru
Nod prosiectau Cydweithio a Chydweithrediad yw sicrhau 'enillion triphlyg' ar ffurf buddion i gleifion, y GIG a'r cwmni neu'r cwmnïau fferyllol dan sylw ac mae'n rhan allweddol o gynllun tymor hir Llywodraeth Cymru ar gyfer iechyd a gofal Cymdeithasol, Dyfodol Iachach i Gymru
ABPI Cymru Wales Autumn Bulletin 2021
Womenspire 2021 – ABPI Cymru Wales supports the Woman in STEM Award for the fourth year. The 2021 Winner is Sam Wheeler, Big Lemon. Womenspire 2021 – Dr Bnar Talabani wins the Overall Womenspire Award for her work at the forefront of the effort to tackle uncertainty and misinformation around the COVID-19 vaccine Pfizer STEM Ambassadors in Wales – Learn more about how the STEM Ambassadors are supporting schools across Wales Clinical Research – ABPI’s views on how we should use lessons from COVID-19 to revitalise the post-pandemic clinical research environment
ABPI Cymru Wales Summer Bulletin 2021
What does the innovative pipeline in medicines and vaccines look like – and how can Wales plan? Research and how we can put it at the heart of NHS Wales How do we advance vaccine equity? Five steps from the pharmaceutical industry The launch of the new ABPI Code of Practice for the Pharmaceutical Industry
ABPI Cymru Wales Jargon Buster 2021
Creating an NHS ‘fit for the future’ is about embracing cutting edge technology so all patients in Wales have access to world-class standards of care and disease prevention. We hope that this health jargon buster will help you translate the confusing array of acronyms used in the healthcare field.
ABPI Cymru Wales Spring Bulletin 2021
Creating an NHS ‘Fit for the Future’ Delivering Change in Rare Disease – ABPI Cymru Wales working with Genetic Alliance UK What technologies and new treatments are on the horizon? #ValuingVaccines
ABPI Cymru Wales Spring Bulletin 2020
Contents: COVID-19 – Updated from the ABPI New toolkit for Welsh NHS and industry to work together for patients Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Drug and Therapeutics Group – Ten Years of Collaboration ABPI Cymru Wales Key Asks for the 2021 Elections in Wales
ABPI Cymru Wales Winter Bulletin 2020
Amongst the articles in the Winter 2020 ABPI Cymru Wales Bulletin: #ValuingVaccines – Learn more about how vaccines are discovered, the industry’s role in creating them, the strict regulations that surround the process, and the success of vaccines in tackling diseases Evidence sessions on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU) in Westminster and Cardiff Bay Chwarae Teg’s Womenspire 2020 Awards Disclosure UK: further detail for 2019 published
ABPI Cymru Wales Summer Bulletin 2020
Amongst the articles in the Summer 2020 ABPI Cymru Wales Bulletin: Transforming Wales Post-COVID-19: The Road to New Collaborations COVID-19 - How the Pharmaceutical Industry has helped in Wales Chwarae Teg’s Not Just for Boys! ABPI Webinar Womenspire 2020 – The Finalists
Manifesto for Medicine 2021
We have previously shared our Key Asks for the Welsh Parliament elections in 2021. To support this, we are now launching our Manifesto for Medicine 2021.
Joint Working: A Toolkit for the Pharmaceutical Industry and NHS Wales (Extended Version)
The attached slides, developed by ABPI Cymru Wales, support its Toolkit on joint-working between the pharmaceutical industry and NHS Wales, published in collaboration with the Welsh NHS Confederation. The Toolkit is available in both English and Welsh. This is a more detailed set of slides - view a shorter presentation.
Joint Working: A Toolkit for the Pharmaceutical Industry and NHS Wales (Short Version)
The attached slides, developed by ABPI Cymru Wales, support its Toolkit on joint-working between the pharmaceutical industry and NHS Wales, published in collaboration with the Welsh NHS Confederation. The Toolkit is available in both English and Welsh. This is a more detailed set of slides - view a longer presentation.
ABPI Cymru Wales Staff
ABPI Cymru Wales is led by Dr Richard Greville, ABPI Cymru Wales Director, with support from Joanne Ferris, Operations Manager and Sophie Baxter, Executive Assistant.
How to find us
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