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Take care in the extreme heat

Experts at Public Health Wales are warning people to take extra care in the extreme heat that is forecast over the next few days. 

Agenda and papers published for Annual General Meeting on Thursday 28 July 2022

Public Health Wales NHS Trust hold regular meetings, which members of the public, including members of staff, are welcome to attend.   

Men, younger people and those living in the more deprived communities in Wales show lower uptake of life saving screening services

A new report from Public Wales has been published that explores inequity in participation of the national, population based screening programmes following disruption caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Public Health Wales Annual General Meeting 2022

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Public Health Wales Board will be held on Thursday 28 July 2022 at 10:00. 

Learnings from pandemic can help young people in Wales' mental health and wellbeing in the future

The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted every young person in Wales, although how young people’s mental wellbeing has been affected depends on a range of factors, according to a new Mental Wellbeing Impact Assessment (MWIA) from Public Health Wales.

Public Health Wales launches 'Resources for Sustainable Health'

Public Health Wales has launched a new, free, e-catalogue to help teams and individuals working in the public sector, to reduce their impact on the environment and climate change, and encourage sustainable behaviour in both their work and home life. 

Drum roll... time for the top awards to recognise colleagues and campaigns

Public Health Wales is calling on its staff to ensure colleagues and campaigns that have gone above and beyond get their due recognition in the 2022 Innovation in Public Health Awards

New analysis reveals trends in children and young people's mental health care in Wales

The Health Foundation’s Networked Data Lab (NDL) has analysed data across England, Scotland and Wales to reveal new insights about children and young people receiving mental health support.

Parents and young people urged to use trusted sources for vaccine information

Parents and young people are being urged by Public Health Wales not to rely purely on social media for information on vaccines and to seek out trusted sources, to ensure they have all the current, correct facts on why vaccines help save lives.

Pioneering new tool applies Social Value to improve public health outcomes and value for money

A pioneering programme of work, applying a Social Value approach to build ‘Value-Based Public Health’ has been launched by Public Health Wales, to help ensure effective and economic delivery of future public health programmes in Wales