COVID-19 Staff News

Interim leadership appointments for Public Health Services 

Changes to the Public Health Services Directorate 

Understanding people's experiences of contact tracing and self-isolation

Public Health Wales’ Research and Evaluation Division is running two projects to understand the experiences and behaviours of people who have been identified as contacts of positive Coronavirus cases and asked by contact tracers to self-isolate.

Cardiff to host third major COVID-19 vaccine study

The public is being encouraged to help continue the search for safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines by joining the latest phase 3 trial.

Nursing Support Workers' Day

Join us to celebrate Nursing Support Workers on the Royal College of Nursing’s first Nursing Support Worker Day.

Trans Day of Remembrance

The Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is observed annually to remember those who have tragically lost their lives as a result of transphobic and anti-transgender violence. TDOR was started in 1999 by trans advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a trans woman who was killed in 1998.

International Fraud Awareness Week

It has been a momentous year for the NHS and health sector, and the anti-fraud week is more important than ever in 2020 running from 15 – 20 November.

International Men's Day

19 November marks International Men’s Day, which is an occasion to highlight the importance of positive male role models and raising awareness of men’s health and well-being.

Office 365 Training

To help you make the most of the suite of Office 365 applications available a number of live events have been set up for colleagues across NHS Wales. ​

Care Space Sessions

An opportunity to think about how you can be kind to yourself

Our preparedness for a no-deal Brexit and an important message for EU national members of staff

As we approach the 31 December deadline, the cross-organisation team managing the Brexit planning process wanted to share an update on the plans we have in place ahead of the UK’s scheduled departure from the EU following the end of the transition period.

'It Makes Sense – Sensory Loss Awareness Month'

We have five senses: hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell. Sensory loss is when one or multiple senses are lost. The most common are to do with sight and hearing, and although rare it may be possible to have a loss of all five senses.

Maria Morgan becomes the first ever non-clinical president of the British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry

First non-clinical public health specialist ever to be awarded this honour.

National Safeguarding Week

Monday 16th – Friday 20th November 2020

Could you be a Mentor?

People & Organisational Development are seeking to pilot a mentoring scheme.

Staff flu vaccination reminder

Flu vaccination sessions are now available at the following venues...