Staff from Public Health Wales’ Health Improvement Team recently hosted an event to introduce the New Curriculum for Wales 2022.
Head of Substance Misuse Programme at Public Health Wales, Josie Smith, has given evidence to a House of Commons inquiry in Westminster.
The tuberculosis (TB) community screening exercise in Llwynhendy, Carmarthenshire being run by Public Health Wales and Hywel Dda University Health Board has now ended.
Join us at our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 25 July 2019 in Newport.
Public Health Wales and Hywel Dda University Health Board are holding an additional tuberculosis (TB) screening session in Llwynhendy this week to meet high public demand for testing as part of a community screening exercise.
Smokers in Wales are being encouraged to start a quit attempt this World No Tobacco Day (31st May), to improve their lung health and the health of those around them.
People in the Llwynhendy area in Carmarthenshire who may have been exposed to tuberculosis (TB) are being urged to attend a TB community screening exercise run by Public Health Wales and Hywel Dda University Health Board.
Dates announced and call for abstracts now open.
Public Health Wales Board Papers 30 May 2019
Invitation to stakeholder workshop event for the Health and Well-being Area of Learning and Experience (AoLE) of the draft Curriculum for Wales 2022.
Individuals who have experienced four or more ACEs, are at higher risk of suffering the detrimental effects associated with ACEs.
More needs to be done to understand the journey that leads individuals to commit acts of violent extremism.
Childhood adversity linked to more times in prison, violent offending and a history of time in youth offender institutions
We have signed the newly developed Healthy Travel Charter.
Public Health Wales has established a programme of work to ensure business continuity following Brexit, particularly in the event of a “no-deal” scenario.
Public Health Wales’s Environmental Public Health Team has published new research to enhance local air quality management policy and action in Wales.
Public Health Wales is playing a key role in the rollout of the Nursing Now Cymru Wales campaign, which was officially launched at an event in Cardiff on 29 March.
People seeking sanctuary, including refugees and asylum seekers, are struggling to access health and wellbeing services in Wales, according to a new Public Health Wales and Swansea University report.
The Public Health Wales Observatory has released its latest refresh of the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) tool.
Registration closes this week and only a few places remain.
Two new directorates of Public Health Wales are formally up and running from today (1 April).
Almost nine out of 10 patients (87 per cent) who provided feedback following a new pilot initiative said a GP surgery is a suitable place to be asked about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Leaders from across the whole of the public sector came together alongside third sector partners at a seminal event to agree a way forward on priority areas for action to prevent ill health.
A Public Board meeting of Public Health Wales will be held on Thursday 24 January 2019 at 9:30am, in Room 3.7, 2 Capital Quarter, Tyndall Street, Cardiff.
A new ground-breaking local initiative delivered in Anglesey by the Betsi Cadwaladr UHB, has seen health visitors routinely asking new mothers about the Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs they suffered as children
The current focus on individual ‘problem gamblers’ fails to take into account the full health and social cost of gambling because it overlooks the wider impact on families, friends and communities, according to new work published today.
Published today by Public Health Wales, the Health Impact Assessment of Brexit examines the potential effects of Brexit on the short, medium and long-term health of people living in Wales.
Cervical Screening Wales has written to 369 women to advise them of an issue identified by the screening programme.
The Wales Cancer Network today welcomes a Welsh Government plan to implement a Single Cancer Pathway (SCP) in Wales.
The number of cocaine-related hospital admissions has increased by 114% in the five years to 2017-18.
More than 140,000 women attended a smear test in Wales in 2017/18 according to a new report from Cervical Screening Wales.
From this week, all smear tests in Wales will look for the presence of high-risk strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) which cause 99.8 per cent of cervical cancers.