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Death with TB in Lampeter

Public Health Wales has been notified of the death with Tuberculosis (TB) of a student at the Lampeter campus of University of Wales Trinity St David.

Now is the time to tackle inequalities in Wales and build a better future for all says new report

Public Health Wales has joined forces with the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales to look at what challenges and opportunities the future may hold for creating a more equal Wales.

Global Citizenship: launch of the new NHS e-learning module

The International Health Co-ordinating Centre (IHCC), WHO Collaborating Centre on ‘Investment for Health and wellbeing’, Public Health Wales has announced the launch of the first Global Citizenship e-learning resource for the NHS.

More than 100,000 Coronavirus samples genomically sequenced by Welsh Pathogen Genomics Unit

The world-leading Pathogen Genomics Unit (PenGU) at Public Health Wales has now genomically sequenced more than 100,000 COVID-19 samples.

New resource highlights health impacts of climate change

Public Health Wales has published a series of infographics highlighting the importance of climate change impact on the health and wellbeing of the population of Wales.

Leaving EU provides both opportunity and risk to public health as new trade agreements are negotiated

For the first time in half a century, the UK is free to negotiate its own international trade agreements now that it has left the EU.

New research reinforces importance of clear messages about benefits of vaccines to encourage increased uptake in NHS staff.

A new study has shown that clear and informative messages about the benefits of vaccination could encourage increased uptake among NHS staff. 

Improving energy efficiency in Welsh homes critical for health and well-being

A new report calls for improvements to the energy efficiency of existing Welsh housing stock in order to help people’s everyday health and wellbeing, and impact the climate emergency.

'Triple challenge' to impact food security for all

A new report published by Public Health Wales highlights how the combined influences of Brexit, Coronavirus and climate change will potentially impact all of us through the food that we are able to buy. 

Statement following UK Health Security Agency announcement regarding UK Lab

Public Health Wales is aware of an issue with PCR test results from a UK Lab which processes samples from across the UK