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Archive 2016

£2m to support carers in Wales

A £2m funding package is being made available over the next two years to continue the support provided to carers in Wales, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.

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Working together

A series of Public Health Wales engagement events took place across Wales during January where over 200 people attended to share their ideas on creating a healthier, happier and fairer Wales.

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Newport hosts global discussions

Senior Welsh health experts, including Welsh Minister for Health and Social Cervices Mark Drakeford, met this week with international health protection specialists at the Celtic Manor Resort to discuss ways to improve the global response to public health emergencies.

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Boycezone Neurology Fund

Staff members from B4 Neurosurgery at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board were in for a treat this week when “Boycezone”, the Max Boyce tribute band, paid a visit and presented the staff with a cheque for £553!

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Engaging with the Third Sector

Health Board staff recently hosted an engagement event with colleagues from the local third sector to review the UHB’s existing 'Strategic Framework for Working with the Third Sector'.

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New plan to improve ENT services in the Welsh NHS

New community-based audiology services capable of managing direct referrals from primary care for hearing loss, tinnitus and dizziness are to be set up in Wales, freeing up hospital-based services to treat the most complex cases, Deputy Health Minister Vaughan Gething announced today

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