The Welsh Digital Data Collection Platform non-profit organisation aimed at making it easy for researchers and students to collect data without the need for traditional paper-based forms. The service was created from an acute need to be scale up smaller research projects to an all-Wales level. We strongly believe that this opportunity should be available to all students, academics and clinicians in Wales without the need being limited by great costs. A digital data collection platform therefore allows research to be conducted at a larger scale with increased data security and improved accuracy. Read on to find out more about how we can help you and about our platform. The organisation is registered with the charity commission (1175771).
Dr Ben Sharif
Anaesthetic Trainee in South Wales
Dr Sharif has throughout his medical career been interested in how technology can improve clinical practice. Having been involved in NHS HackDays, Innovation groups and developing apps, Dr Sharif saw the enormous potential for a digital data collection platform.
Dr Robert Michael Lundin
Doctor at Prince Charles Hospital
Following a degree in biochemistry from the University of Essex, Robert came to Cardiff University to study medicine. He has spent the last few years running the student research society while working as a researcher in medical education.
Dr Maja Kopczynska
Foundation Year Doctor
Maja has been developing interest towards laboratory and clinical research since early years of her medical degree at Cardiff University. After participating in several projects and undertaking an intercalated degree at Imperial Collage London she feels passionate about creating research opportunities for students and professionals.
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