We bring you the latest news from the healthcare about the health care in the United Kingdom.

dinsdag 31 juli 2018

New book offers help on parenting children with autism

New book offers help on parenting children with autism
Bedtime, using the toilet, eating a meal and leaving the house often pose unique problems for parents whose children have been diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder.
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Save the Date -- National Primary Care Conference: 15 November 2018
The next National Primary Care Conference, organised by the Primary Care Hub and 1000 Lives Improvement in Public Health Wales will be held in Cardiff on Thursday 15 November 2018.
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Water is essential for life....
Water regulates the body's temperature; sweating is a very effective way of reducing the body's temperature. In our current heat wave, having regular drinks throughout the day will help you stay well hydrated.
 
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New child health system goes live

A new child health system, the Children and Young Persons Integrated System (CYPrIS), has gone live in Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.

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Volunteers Afternoon Tea
It was truly humbling and inspiring to welcome around 100 of our wonderful volunteers to our annual Volunteer Afternoon Tea at the Christchurch Centre on Wednesday 25th July.  The event was organised as a token of the gratitude that the Health Board, our staff, patients, families and carers feel towards all our volunteers...
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New apprenticeship schemes in health informatics launched
 
The Welsh Government has released funding for a number of apprenticeships in health informatics through the Wales Institute for Digital Information (WIDI).
 
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Get up to speed with our new Annual Report
Public Health Wales is encouraging staff and stakeholders to read its newly published Annual Report 2017-18, after the document was approved at the Annual General Meeting on 26 July.
 
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Summer's been a 'baarmy' and 'bats' time for hospitals in Bridgend
Health staff are used to dealing with the unexpected during a normal shift.
 
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