Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
This course is aimed at practitioners and managers working with children, young people and their families around issues of change and protecting and safeguarding children.
For International Women’s Day, the Royal College of Nursing celebrate the value of arts for health with a focus on nurse writers and artists. Olwen Morgan, singer and artist, will perform her work while children’s writer Michele Pengelly talks about the value of creativity in nursing for young people.
This conference focuses on priorities for putting in place the infrastructure to support health and social care in Wales.
This half day training will look at how resilience can be developed and consider areas such as confidence, self-esteem, self-efficacy and the roles they play in resilience.
The Wellbeing Symposium will look at wellbeing from the point of the individual, businesses and communities. As the NHS Plan urges a focus on Prevention, the Symposium will demonstrate how to do it. Through this interactive space, participants will share their experience, make connections and come away with tangible actions they can implement.
This conference will examine in detail how the new prevention agenda may unfold and what it aims to achieve.
This timely conference examines the future for the health and social care workforce in Wales, focusing on the workforce strategy and long term workforce planning, including in the context of Brexit. The seminar takes places in light of the Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales, and the Welsh Government’s Healthier Wales plan, which includes the setting up of a new Workforce Strategy for Health and Social Care in Wales.
The aim of this course is to provide you with an introduction to the socio-ecological model of health and how it can be used as a framework for designing public health improvement interventions.