Prioritising access to active travel and public transport are important to reducing car journeys and exposure to air pollution for everyone concludes a paper recently published by a team from the Health Protection Division at Public Health Wales, in collaboration with colleagues from Public Health England.
Public Health Wales, Conwy County Borough Council and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are urging people living in the Llandudno Junction, Llandudno and Penrhyn Bay areas of North Wales to be alert for Coronavirus symptoms and to take a test as soon as possible even if they have no symptoms.
Public Health Wales’ Primary Care Hub, has commissioned a survey that calls for all frontline healthcare professionals to take part and share opinions on having effective weight management conversations with patients.
Public Health Wales, Conwy County Borough Council and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are advising people living in the Llandudno Junction, Llandudno and Penrhyn Bay areas of North Wales to be alert for Coronavirus symptoms.
Professional Lead for Health Protection at Public Health Wales, Dr Giri Shankar, has been awarded an honorary MBE by Her Majesty in recognition of his services to public health in Wales.
A new series of reports that focuses on the effects of Coronavirus on employment in Wales, has been published today (27.05.2021) by Public Health Wales.
In the latest episode of ‘Health in Europe’, WHO Europe speaks with Dr Tracey Cooper, chief executive of Public Health Wales about health equity and the need for governments and policy makers to bridge gaps to equity to strengthen the eventual recovery from the pandemic.
In results from the latest national public engagement survey, 42 per cent of people surveyed thought their mental health is worse now than it was before the pandemic.
Public Health Wales, Wales’ National Public Health Institute, has appointed Iain Bell as the new National Director for Public Health Knowledge and Research.