Raising profile of nursing and midwifery is key for global health improvement
A new report published by Public Health Wales today, identifies that recognising and championing nursing on a global scale is essential to improving health for all.
Independent review announced into response to Llwynhendy TB outbreak
Public Health Wales and Hywel Dda University Health Board (UHB) have announced that they have jointly commissioned an external review of the response to the Tuberculosis (TB) outbreak in the Llwynhendy area.
Public Health Wales urges eligible people in Wales to have their flu and COVID-19 booster vaccinations
The NHS in Wales begins its biggest ever national winter vaccinations programme.
Week 76: 'How Are We Doing in Wales' public engagement survey results
The latest survey results have been released by Public Health Wales.
More at risk of poor health outcomes from Brexit after pandemic increases vulnerability
A new report highlights Wales’ vulnerability to any negative impacts of Brexit on the nation’s health and wellbeing following the Coronavirus pandemic
Climate change and health in Wales survey
Public Health Wales NHS Trust and Bangor University are carrying out a door-to-door national survey to understand people’s views on climate change and health in Wales. You may have received a letter stating that your household has been randomly chosen to take part.
Improvement Cymru launches new strategy to support improvements in patient safety across health and care in Wales
Today on World Patient Safety Day, Improvement Cymru, Public Health Wales, launches a new strategy ‘Achieving Quality and Safety Improvement’
Week 74: 'How Are We Doing in Wales' public engagement survey results
The results of the latest ‘How Are We Doing in Wales’ public engagement survey have been released by Public Health Wales.
Field epidemiologists find social media useful tool during pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has seen field epidemiologists from around the world take to Twitter to accelerate advancements in the specialism.
Survey reveals more than two thirds of Welsh adults would have both flu and COVID-19 vaccines together this year
A survey commissioned by Public Health Wales has revealed that just over two thirds of adults in Wales (70 per cent) would happily accept a flu and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time this year