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9th May 2024

Bevan Commission Exemplar Programme ‘Achieving Change Together’ (Cohort 9) Call for Applications is now open

The Bevan Commission Exemplar Programme titledAchieving Change Together’ (Cohort 9) Call for Applications is now open!
This year, the Bevan Commission encourages project applications aligning with the following themes:
  • Supporting prevention, early diagnosis and treatment (particularly related to Cancer)
  • Tackling issues related to mental health and women’s health
  • Transforming care for those with long term conditions (for example Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease).
  • Supporting older people, frailty and preventing falls
  • Building resilient and resourceful people and communities
  • Reducing waste across health and social care
  • Integrating care and tackling inequalities
  • Using data and technology to support system change
They would also welcome other applications consistent with your organisation’s priorities.
Applications to the Bevan Exemplar Programme are open to anyone who has an innovative project idea working in health and social care across NHS Wales, Local Authorities, and the Voluntary Sector.  However, projects must be supported by an NHS Wales Health Board or Trust and/or your organisation.
Project proposals may include: new products, processes or services, new ways of working, new service delivery models or interventions, novel skills development initiatives or other innovative approaches to delivering change.        

Further information about the Bevan Commissions Exemplar Programme Cohort 9 Call for Applications, including access to the application form can be found here. All applications to the Bevan Commission Exemplar Programme Cohort 9 Call must be submitted using the Online Application Form by 11:59 pm on 14th July 2024.

Applicants are encouraged to contact their Organisation Innovation Lead and Line Manager if they are interested in applying to the programme. To provide further detail and answer any questions applicants might have, the Bevan Commission will be hosting online Information Briefing Sessions (1 hour) on the 20/05/24 and 20/6/24.