Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
We will be bringing together a panel of expert presenters to discuss current research in gambling and its implications for population and public health. The aim of the seminar is to develop a shared agenda and identify potential collaborations for future research on problem gambling. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Clare Olson at OlsonC@cardiff.ac.uk by Wednesday 29th August.
This year, Alcohol Concern’s annual conference will be looking at the social context of drinking – focussing on the complex relationship between alcohol and travel.
This seminar will focus on ‘holding up the mirror’ so that the design and delivery of a service is focused on the individual, irrespective of who is actually delivering the service.
Children can experience uncertainties, adversity, poverty and trauma. The ability to adapt well, cope better and thrive despite these challenges is a crucial aspect of their lives. The Children in Wales Annual Round Table Conference will provide opportunities to consider current research and practice that takes a ‘whole child’ approach to improving resilience in childhood.
This timely seminar focuses on the future for mental health services in Wales. It will provide an opportunity to assess what more might be done to develop young people’s resilience and provide mental health support, and discuss the key issues arising from the inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People and early indications from the Welsh Government pilot initiative on specialised services in schools.
Following on from the hugely successful inaugural ”Getting Wales Moving: Delivering on the Wellbeing for Future Generations Act” conference, we are very pleased to announce the date for the second event in the series on the 27th of February 2019. This year’s conference will again feature influential and well-respected speakers with anticipated insights from the Welsh Government, Sport Wales, and leading figures involved in improving population health and tackling inactivity and skills shortages across workforce and communities.