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dinsdag 10 oktober 2017

Campaign helps rally support for organ donation

Campaign helps rally support for organ donation
Staff and visitors at Morriston Hospital have shown their support for organ donation during a special awareness campaign.
 
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Help available for people struggling with mental health problems at work
People who are struggling with mental health issues in work can turn to a specialist ABMU service for help.
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Welsh Government issues guidance to NHS Wales on the care of babies on the threshold of survival
The Welsh Government has issued guidance on how the Welsh NHS should care for babies born on the threshold of survival
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A unique collaboration for planning the future....
Last month, Aneurin Bevan Continuous Improvement (ABCi) hosted a showcase event to celebrate the completion of this year's mathematics MSc dissertation projects undertaken within the health board and the work completed by the first cohort of ABCi modelling fellows....
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Women have their say on maternity services in Wales
Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething will today open a seminar held by Consultant Midwives Cymru to present the findings of the 'Your Birth We Care' survey
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Supporting senior staff as champions of change in complex work environments....
Clinicians and managers from the fifth cohort of the Enhanced Leadership and Management Programme enjoyed their second celebration day last month....
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North Wales mental health workers to join royals for Buckingham Palace celebration
Two North Wales mental health workers will be recognised for their contribution to the sector at an exclusive World Mental Health Day reception with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace on October 10th.
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Sedentary lifestyles cost NHS Wales £35m a year -- new research
The NHS in Wales spent £35 million in 2015 treating preventable diseases caused by physical inactivity, according to a new analysis by Public Health Wales.
 
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