We will develop the skills, policy, evidence-based knowledge to help us and our partners improve health and well-being.
We play a key role in supporting evidence informed policy and practice. We can add value to the development, implementation and evaluation of joined up policy, at a local, national and international level, that supports the protection, improvement and promotion of health and well-being and reduces health inequalities across Wales.
In order to achieve this we will enable the timely generation, review and communication of local, national and international knowledge to effectively improve, protect and sustain the health of current and future generations in Wales. We will inform policy and practice through expert, impartial, trusted intelligence leading a whole-system, cross-sector approach for population health.
By 2030, we expect to have:
This will mean:
By 2030, we will:
Welsh drug deaths are at their highest ever levels according to a new report by Public Health Wales, with deaths from drug poisoning having increased by 78 per cent over the last 10 years.
Tuberculosis cases decline, yet the disease remains a concern
The Knowledge, Research and Information Committee meeting will be held on Wednesday 09 October 2019.