Public Health Wales is one of the 11 organisations which makes up NHS Wales. They are the national public health agency…
This conference will examine next steps for R&D and international research partnerships in Wales. Areas for discussion include funding, collaboration, place, research skills and infrastructure, COVID-19 and Welsh R&D on the world stage.
This conference will demonstrate how social prescribing can unlock access to re-energising arts and wellbeing activities at the onset of symptoms, and how engaging in weekly activity empowers individuals and their partners to preserve their brain health and override strain in the lonely fear-filled months leading to diagnosis and beyond.
WHO has launched a year-long global campaign for World No Tobacco Day 2021 – “Commit to Quit”. This campaign aims to support 100 million people worldwide in their attempt to give up tobacco through various initiatives and digital solutions.
The European Mile is a free event celebrating the joy of moving again at your own pace – by running, walking or rolling a mile. Create your own event or donate your miles during 2021 to take part, and move together with people around Europe for the main celebration on 5 June 2021.
The course aims to explore the various difficulties young people experience with mental health and how to build resilience and improve wellbeing. The course will examine the different types of mental health, the behaviours that can accompany them and how to support the young person.
Healthy Eating Week is led by The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) and the overarching theme this year is - Find your healthier you! The BNF’s aim is for everyone to reflect on their lifestyle and look to make improvements to enhance their health and wellbeing.
Delegates will leave this conference having explored how technological advancements are promoting better outcomes and supporting individuals to express themselves, build confidence and maximise employment opportunities; as well as examining the diverse impacts COVID-19 measures are having on people living with learning disabilities.
This conference will bring together all the providers and bodies with an interest in reimagining and reinventing how Wales can move forward and create a more healthy, active and engaged Wales in the ‘new normal’ world.