In March 2021, Welsh Government announced funding for an All Wales Diabetes Prevention Programme (AWDPP), which is being led by Public Health Wales.
The results of the latest ‘How Are We Doing in Wales’ public engagement survey have been released by Public Health Wales.
Cervical Screening Wales is extending the routine screening interval for people with a cervix aged 25 - 49 from three to five years, if HPV is not found in their cervical screening test.
The Welsh Government has confirmed cases of the Omicron variant of Coronavirus in Wales.
Inequality in hospital service use is costing the NHS in Wales the equivalent of a brand new NHS hospital, or the yearly salaries of nearly 10,000 extra nurses every year, according to a new report from Public Health Wales.
The reports provide a summary of the equality, employment and monitoring information relating to our workforce, and details some of the good work undertaken to advance equality within our teams.
A new Health Impact Assessment conducted by Public Health Wales highlights how the Coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated that having a safe, secure home is essential for our health.
New research by Public Health Wales’ Research and Evaluation Division and Swansea University, has found that unpaid carers have markedly poorer health than the general population in Wales.
The Minister for Health and Social Services is looking to appoint two new Non-Executive Director roles, to join the Public Health Wales Board.