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dinsdag 23 januari 2018

Diabetic women at higher risk of having babies with birth defects

Diabetic women at higher risk of having babies with birth defects
Women with diabetes are encouraged to seek health advice if they are planning a pregnancy as Welsh data confirms they are at higher risk of having babies with congenital anomalies.
 
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New report highlights research achievements
The Research and Development Division at Public Health Wales has published a new report showcasing its major research and development achievements in 2016/17.
 
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Flu is increasing - look after yourself and others
Confirmed cases of influenza (flu) have increased again this week compared to last week.
 
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Agenda and papers published for next Board meeting
Find out what the Board are discussing at their meeting on 25 January 2018.
 
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Portal provides access to clinical documents across Wales
For the first time health professionals across Wales can view clinical documents and see test results created or generated electronically in other health board areas, through the Welsh Clinical Portal. 
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Access to Cochrane and Wiley e-journals
Access to Cochrane Database and Wiley e-jorunals via OpenAthens is not working at the moment. We have reported the issue to Wiley who are working on a fix. If you are on NHS Wales premises, you can access both resources without the need to log-in via OpenAthens. Read on for links to the e-resources:
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New fund delivering life changing drugs faster than ever before
First Minister Carwyn Jones has hailed the success of the £80m New Treatment Fund in slashing the times new life-changing medicines become available on the NHS in Wales
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Swans charity supports patients recovering from brain injuries
The official Swans charity has teamed up with specialists at Morriston Hospital to support people recovering from brain injuries.
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