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donderdag 11 oktober 2018

Denbighshire mum pays tribute to off-duty nurse who saved her from a suicide attempt

Denbighshire mum pays tribute to off-duty nurse who saved her from a suicide attempt
A Denbighshire mum has paid tribute to the kindness an off-duty mental health nurse who saved her from a suicide attempt.
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National project to Stop a Stroke supported by Audit+ technology
The NHS Wales Informatics Service has developed a module in the Audit + software tool to support the national "Stop a Stroke" project.
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Community Pharmacy Stop Smoking Service...
Our community pharmacy stop smoking service offers a "one stop shop" to help smokers quit. A free 12 week programme of motivational support and nicotine replacement medication means that smokers using the service are up to four time more likely to quit than using willpower alone...
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Public Health Wales evaluates the impact of ACEs training in the housing sector
Public Health Wales has published an evaluation of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) awareness training developed for staff in the housing sector in Wales.
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Cabinet Secretary supports new North Wales Arts and Wellbeing collaboration
Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething has pledged his support behind a new 'Concordat' of organisations who are pledging to use the arts as a way to increase people's wellbeing.
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Save a Life Cymru to create a life-saving chain of survival across Wales
The development of a new scheme which will encourage more people across Wales to learn and use lifesaving skills has been announced by Health Secretary Vaughan Gething.
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New drive to improve in-school mental health support for North Wales pupils
Pupils in two North Wales counties are to be given earlier in-school mental health support as part of an innovative programme aimed at preventing more serious problems from occurring later in life.
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First steps towards maternity project as work starts on site
Work began last week on the £25.2 million obstetric and neonatal facilities project at Glangwili Hospital.
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