Public Health Wales is one of the 11 organisations which makes up NHS Wales. They are the national public health agency…
The Great British Week of Sport will celebrate the power that sport and activity has on physical, mental and social wellbeing. A series of events across the week will showcase the huge variety of sports and activities which help people of all ages to be more active and reap the mental, social and physical benefits.
Sustrans has teamed up with the Bikeability Trust to invite schools across the UK to take part in this year's Bike to School Week. The event celebrates the amazing benefits that an active school run can bring.
In this webinar, Dr Gemma Wilson and Jessica Gates will discuss a study recently carried out by researchers at both Northumbria and Swansea Universities. This study explored older adults’ experiences of using technology (including social media) to connect with others, using a mixed methods approach.
Join the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales on the International Day of Older Persons to examine the ways we can work together to take forward the required action identified in her recently published report – ‘Leave no-one behind’ – and ensure an age-friendly recovery from Covid-19.
This day will highlight the role of the health care workforce in contributing to the health of older persons, with special recognition of the nursing profession, and a primary focus on the role of women.
Talking Mental Health is a National Conference that will be taking place to help people understand and recognise poor Mental Health and to make a difference.
This year's theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health is suicide prevention.
This webinar series starting during Black History month, October 2020, will provide an overview of the work of the RCN, Nursing Now Wales/Cymru and work of the First Minister’s BAME advisory group to address these issues. It will also generate a debate which will stimulate the importance of BAME equality inclusion and diversity and to rethink the makeup and composition of the workforce serving our Welsh population. The scope of this topic is vast and the debate wide-ranging. This webinar will set the scene for further events, which will include the patient experience.
Join key stakeholders for Westminster Insight's timely Future of Farming Online Conference, as you'll examine the policy landscape, the likely implications of COVID 19 and Brexit and the Agriculture Bill.
Join Policy Forum for Wales and key stakeholders as we focus on the next steps for raising the quality of health and social care in Wales. Delegates will discuss issues for implementation of key new legislation and the implications for stakeholders, looking at the future for inspection and regulation, workforce recruitment, governance and transparency of health boards and enhancing the voice of patients. Of course it will also be an opportunity to examine how the COVID-19 crisis has affected health and social care in Wales, including the latest thinking on the resilience of the health and social care system, the effectiveness of crisis response and the long-term implications for policy in Wales.
The conference will be held online over two half-days, with an option to attend on either day or both. During the event, there will be plenty of opportunities to put questions to the speakers and to join online break-out sessions with smaller groups of other delegates.
The outbreak of COVID-19 and subsequent lockdown will have a long-term and profound impact on social isolation and loneliness in older people and will further compound the public health emergency. This digital conference will examine what is being done to address this growing epidemic.
The 2021 Virtual Sport for Life Canadian Summit theme is “Pathway to Policy”. The Society is calling on leaders from across the sport, recreation, education, and health sectors to share their leading-edge work, inventive programming, best practices, research, and/or findings at the 2021 Virtual Sport for Life Canadian Summit. The Summit will be delivered virtually across a total of six days.