Development of the platform has been possible due to the following partners:
Cardiff University Research Society (CUReS)
CUReS has been essential to data collection for WDDCP powered project through recruiting medical students for data collection. The platform will continue to support Cardiff University medical students projects and CUReS short duration projects.
Surgical Materials Testing Laboratory (SMTL)
The support of SMTL has helped us further develop WDDCP past the use of only bespoke devices where data collectors are now able to use their personal devices.
RRAILS (1000 Lives Plus)
The RRAILS meetings have been a valuable platform for WDDCP to present our proposals and to get feedback on devices and setup. We are working closely with RRAILS to roll out WDDCP devices and forms to intensive care outreach units to monitor sepsis prevalence.
Welsh Intensive Care Society (WICS)
WICS has been one of our most important financial partners in the platform setup and their support was crucial in running our first proof-of-concept projects.
Initial funding for platform development has graciously been provided by:
UK Sepsis Trust, Welsh Intensive Care Society (WICS), Cardiff University Research Society (CUReS), Cwm Taf University Health Board (CTUHB), National Institute for Social Care and Health Research (NISCHR) and Cardiff University Department of Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine.
Our platform is made available completely free and is run by volunteers – if you would like to support us in any way, please get in touch.