Public Health Network Cymru Advisory Group

The Network Advisory Group represents the Network's members, and aims to encourage people to work more collaboratively in Wales. The Advisory Group has an overall remit to advise and support the Network to achieve its aims and objectives and to support Public Health Wales and its partners and stakeholders in the effective delivery of the 'Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015' and other relevant policies and plans.

The Advisory Group is chaired by Sumina Azam, Consultant in Public Health, and meets on a quarterly basis. The Terms of Reference and minutes of meetings can be viewed by contacting the Project Team.

Here is a list of current Advisory Group members:

  • Aderinola Omole – Health Promotion Specialist, Terrence Higgins Trust Cymru
  • Andrea Basu – Network Lead for Public Health Dietetics, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
  • Bronia Bendall – Health & Wellbeing Advisor, Natural Resources Wales
  • Buddug Nelson – Immunisation Coordinator, Hywel Dda Health Board
  • Dafydd Thomas – Director, The Wellbeing Planner
  • Edna Astbury-Ward – Senior Lecturer, Glyndwr University
  • Emily Marchant – Healthy Lifestyle Officer, Swansea City FC Community Trust
  • Joanne Oliver – Area Development Manager, British Heart Foundation
  • Kate Iceton – Lead Health Officer, Pembrokeshire Communities First
  • Lucy Griffiths – Senior Research Associate, University College London
  • Margaret Hanson – Vice Chairman, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
  • Nadia Stanton – Universal Curriculum Services Manager, Vale of Glamorgan Council
  • Philippa Ford – Public Affairs & Policy Manager, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Advisory Group Terms of Reference - October 2016

Public Health Network Cymru Reference Group

The Public Health Network Cymru Reference Group is a virtual group which provides advice and support to the Network in achieving its aims and objectives.

Here is a list of current Reference Group members:

  • Andrew Hopkins – Directorate Manager Adult Services, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
  • Angharad Wooldridge – Public Health Practitioner (Policy and Impact Assessment), Public Health Wales
  • Arry Beresford-Webb – Physical Activity Manager, Macmillan
  • Chris Emmerson – Information Analyst Specialist, Public Health Wales
  • Christina Blakey – Business Development Manager, Glyndwr University
  • Christopher James – Director, Ciotek Limited
  • Deborah Morgan – Research Assistant, Swansea University
  • Jaci Huws – Programme Leader MSc Public Health & Health Promotion, Bangor University
  • Jamie Lane – Exercise Referral Coordinator, Vale of Glamorgan County Borough Council
  • Judith John – Consultant Dietitian, Public Health Wales
  • Kate Evans – Public Health Specialist Midwife, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Health Board
  • Kerry Griffiths – Performance and Strategy Manager, Newport Live
  • Lee Parry-Williams – Senior Public Health Practitioner, Public Health Wales
  • Lorraine Joomun – Professional Head Primary Care / Public Health Nursing, Cardiff University
  • Lucy Jones – Associate Specialist in Sexual Health & HIV, Cardiff University
  • Mark Frost – Consultant, Mark Frost Insight
  • Michelle Ryan – Psychotherapist / Family Therapist
  • Mikel Mellick – Lead for Mental Health & Wellbeing, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Pamela Mason – Registered Nutritionist
  • Rosie Roberts – Mental Health Service Improvement Lead, Hywel Dda Health Board
  • Sarah Bolitho – Partner, Exact Training
  • Simon Neal – Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
  • Susi De Lacey – Deputy Manager & Lead Development Advocate, Eiriol Mental Health Advocacy Charity