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dinsdag 7 november 2017

Funding boost for Adverse Childhood Experiences programme

Funding boost for Adverse Childhood Experiences programme
An all-Wales programme to transform the way in which police and partner agencies deal with the most vulnerable people in society has received funding of £6.87 million from the Home Office.
 
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Charities help create new quiet room for surgical patients
Surgical patients and their families at Morriston Hospital now have their own dedicated quiet room away from the ward to deal with sensitive or distressing news.
 
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Ysbyty Gwynedd's children's waiting area transformed into work of art
Beautiful sea life images now adorn the walls of a children's waiting area at Ysbyty Gwynedd, thanks to a recent refurbishment project.
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New initiative to support mental health patients in Wrexham
Mental health patients at Wrexham Maelor Hospital's Heddfan Unit are being supported to look after their mental wellbeing upon discharge from hospital, thanks to a new initiative. 
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Fewer people in Wales dying from heart disease -- new report
Fewer people are dying prematurely from coronary heart disease in Wales, with a 68% reduction in the death rate over the last 20 years, a new report published today shows
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Phyllis keeps smiling now she's had her flu vaccination
Great grandmother Phyllis Powell's motto in life is to keep on smiling, despite her ill health.
 
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Teddy bears picnic event held at Pen y Maes surgery to encourage pre-schoolers to get vaccinated against flu
Over 70 brave pre-schoolers turned up to a teddy bears picnic day at Pen y Maes surgery, Wrexham to receive their flu vaccine.
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GP2GP completes national rollout

The GP2GP service is now live in all Welsh GP practices - several months ahead of schedule.

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