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Help needed to understand health issues facing young people

Published: 14 January 2022

Public Health Wales is undertaking a piece of work to explore health issues that affect young people aged 11-25. The aim of the study is to support the development of information and resources for the benefit of young people.  

The study will consist of an online survey and six focus groups to explore attitudes towards health issues facing this age group. The views and opinions of those groups affected will form crucial insight to help inform the planning of various health programmes for young people.  

For the survey, we would like to hear from young people aged 11-25, and the parents or guardians of children aged 11-16. If you would like to take part, details to access the relevant survey are: 

Parents and guardians of children aged 11-16: Young people aged 11-25:

The deadline for completing the survey is 26 January 2022. The survey is carried out by BMG, an independent research agency, on behalf of PHW.  

All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence. BMG Research abides by the Market Research Society Code of Conduct and data protection laws at all times. You can find more information on what they do with the information they collect on their privacy notice on their website: 

For more information about this survey and/or focus groups, parents and/or young people can contact BMG Research on

If parents/young people wish to confirm that BMG Research is a genuine social research agency, they can contact the Market Research Society on 0800 975 9596.