Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) has announced that its national survey of maternity services in Wales will close on Friday 10th January 2020.

“Many areas where significant improvements are required,” says joint review of quality governance

Healthcare organisations including regulators, royal colleges and faculties, are today (8 November) issuing a set of principles to help protect patient safety and welfare when accessing potentially-harmful medication online or over the phone.

The regulators of healthcare services across the UK have published a joint statement regarding the provision of online primary care.

Are you someone who has had recent experience of maternity services in Wales? If so, we want you hear from you.

Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) has found that there needs to be a shift in culture led by the everyday behaviours of everyone involved in falls prevention and care to achieve the person-centred care that puts what matters to the individual first.

In its annual report published today [Tuesday 6 August 2019], Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) has summarised the findings of over 170 inspections and six national reviews published over the course of 2018-19

We are looking for Consultant Obstetricians and Registered Midwives to be Peer Reviewers.

In response to the publication by the Welsh Government of the report by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists into maternity services in the former Cwm Taf University Health Board, Healthcare Inspectorate Wales has made the following statement.

Healthcare Inspectorate Wales has launched a new service that enables all services registered with us to pay their annual fees online.