1. The Bevan Commission is hosted at Swansea University's Bay Campus

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    Published 27th Feb, 2017

    AN independent health body which advises NHS leaders has upped sticks from Cardiff and moved to Swansea University. The Bevan Commission, which advises the Welsh Government on social care as well as health, is bedding in at the School of http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/coup-for-swansea/story-29732901-detail/story.html

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  2. Wellness schemes a sign of different approach to healthcare

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    Published 27th Feb, 2017

    http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/proposal-for-wellness-centre-in-swansea-a-sign-of-a-different-approach-to-healthcare/story-29738476-detail/story.html

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  3. £1.3bn City Deal scheme could bring health boost to region

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    Published 27th Feb, 2017

    HEALTH bosses believe a £1.3 billion scheme earmarked for South West Wales could be a major boost for NHS services. The team behind Arch, a partnership working to improve health in the region, and ABMU health board chair Professor Andrew Davies said the City Deal would make a huge difference. http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/1-6-billion-scheme-could-bring-health-boost-to-region/story-30086882-detail/story.html

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  4. £600m ARCH bid to 'transform' South West Wales NHS

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    Published 27th Feb, 2017

    The £600m proposals were first unveiled 18 months ago, but the Arch project has now progressed and will shortly go to Welsh Government for consideration: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-38893085

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  5. Unlocking innovation 'key' to NHS research success

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    Published 9th May, 2016

    BBC reports on how ARCH is helping our doctors do research alongside clinical work to aid medical advances: Visit www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-36153651

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  6. Infection research earns ARCH doctor top accolade

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    Published 9th May, 2016

    The South Wales Evening Post covers ABMU consultant Ernest Azzopardi's Royal College of Surgeon's honour

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  7. ARCH makes big announcements

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    Published 9th May, 2016

    The South Wales Evening Post covers ARCH's BioWales announcements including a health & Wellbeing Academy opening in the Autumn at the College of Human and health Science

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  8. Swansea academic at forefront of brain science research

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    Published 9th May, 2016

    The Carmarthen Journal covers Dr Frederic Boy's pioneering brain science research which could end low moods caused by stress

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  9. Economy Minster visits Wellness & Life Science Village site

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    Published 9th May, 2016

    The Llanelli Star covers Edwina Hart's visit to Delta Lakes as Wellness & Life Science Village plans move forward

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  10. Economy Minister praises thriving South West Wales life science sector

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    Published 9th May, 2016

    The Jobs Post uses the AM's visit to the ILS to meet new firms as its front cover story

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  11. Putting patients first may need computers as well as medics

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    Published 26th Feb, 2016

    In an ongoing series about the City Deal proposed for the Swansea Bay City Region, RICHARD YOULE explores how new technology could deliver personalised treatment plans for patients.

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  12. Entrepreneur pitches bid to drive regional prosperity

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    Published 25th Feb, 2016

    Cutting-edge digital infrastructure will attract well-paid jobs, says Sir Terry Matthews, but ‘more of the same’ won’t. RICHARD YOULE hears more from the man himself.

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  13. PwC move is big boost to life science campus

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    Published 27th Jan, 2016

    SWANSEA University’s pioneering Institute of Life Science (ILS) has welcomed a new firm to its Singleton campus as part of the Arch MediPark initiative.

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  14. Investment just the tonic for health and life science

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    Published 25th Jan, 2016

    TWO global companies are backing a programme to the create the next generation of doctors, nurses, healthcare staff, scientists, researchers and innovators in Swansea.

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  15. Seeing is more than believing for doctor duo

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    Published 13th Jan, 2016

    DEVELOPING any product takes vision, and two medics hope their wearable technology will give fellow anaesthetists an improved line of sight on the job.

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  16. Health professionals to set the example for care

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    Published 6th Jan, 2016

    A GROUP of health professionals from across South West Wales have united to discuss the future of the NHS in Wales in 2016.

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  17. Swansea University Medical School Awards at Swansea’s Brangwyn Hall

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    Published 28th Dec, 2015

    The awards celebrated the achievements of both staff and students. Among the night’s winners was Beverley Wilson-Smith, from Gower College, for her work with the Talent Bank project.

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  18. Festive stress can have consequences

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    Published 14th Dec, 2015

    CHRISTMAS, even with all its festivities and celebrations, can also be a difficult time for many of us. Those who have suffered a bereavement, experiencing financial pressures or are forced to be alone over the holidays can all face anxiety, stress and even depression.

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  19. Innovative plans for £60m health centre

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    Published 3rd Dec, 2015

    PLANS for how the health service can contribute to a multi-million pound health and wellbeing village in Llanelli have been discussed by health bosses.

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  20. Health chiefs discuss Arch plan

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    Published 2nd Dec, 2015

    CARMARTHEN has hosted an important health event attended by senior West Wales professionals

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  21. Ambitious new project set to boost county's health

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    Published 2nd Dec, 2015

    PLANS for how the health service can contribute to a multi-million pound wellbeing village in Llanelli have been discussed.

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