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Flooding advice ahead of Storm Eunice

With a red weather warning for wind put in place, Public Health Wales is urging people across Wales to be vigilant as strong winds caused by Storm Eunice and high tides could lead to possible flooding on Friday.

Pandemic provides opportunities to deliver a collaborative approach to plan for health and wellbeing

Collaboration between policy makers and practitioners in spatial planning with colleagues in health is vital in order to maximise health and well-being opportunities in the recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report from Public Health Wales.

January 2022: '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.

Coronavirus vaccine hesitancy linked to childhood trauma

Researchers at Public Health Wales and Bangor University call for additional support to build trust in those affected.

Public Health Wales improves surveillance of winter respiratory viruses by testing Coronavirus samples

Public Health Wales, in conjunction with Welsh Government, is rolling out improvements to its surveillance of winter respiratory viruses.

Housing warmth and health and well-being in Wales survey

Public Health Wales NHS Trust and Bangor University are carrying out a national telephone survey on housing warmth and health and well-being in Wales.

Public Health Wales announces increased frequency of lateral flow test data

Public Health Wales is making further improvements to its rapid reporting public-facing Covid-19 dashboard. 

Investigations ongoing following a confirmed case of TB at Blackwood Comprehensive School.

Public Health Wales, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Caerphilly County Borough Council are investigating a single case of tuberculosis (TB) in an individual associated with Blackwood Comprehensive School.

Help needed to understand health issues facing young people

Public Health Wales is undertaking a piece of work to explore health issues that affect young people aged 11-25.

All Wales Diabetes Prevention Programme takes next step forward

In March 2021, Welsh Government announced funding for an All Wales Diabetes Prevention Programme (AWDPP), which is being led by Public Health Wales.