Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
As part of our preparations for the implementation of the Public Health (Wales) Act 2017, the Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit (WHIASU) have been developing a new Skills and Knowledge Framework and Practitioner Development Pathway for HIA in Wales. We will be hosting a series of short events during February and March to test out our new framework and skills audit tools to get a wide range of feedback on the framework before we finalise it at the end of March. The framework will inform our future approach to training and capacity building. These sessions are relevant to anyone who has an interest in workforce and professional development in public health, quality and impact, health impact assessment, health inequalities, and healthy public policy.
Children in Wales is working in partnership with Groundwork North Wales to provide an opportunity for organisations and projects to come together to discuss the challenges faced by practitioners working with children and families, share good practice and explore what else can be done to reduce and prevent child poverty in North Wales.
At the end of this short course delegates will have gained an appreciation of the concepts, methods and application of health economics to public health, be able to critically appraise a published economic evaluation of a public health intervention and feel confident in speaking about potential return on investment from public health programmes in the NHS and other settings such as schools and work places.
Sustainability Showcase 2018 - Bangor
Sustainability Showcase 2018 - Wrexham