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dinsdag 2 oktober 2018

Tiny baby thrives thanks to 'first class' service

Tiny baby thrives thanks to 'first class' service
Weighing just 3lb 10oz when she was born, Rosie Cornelius' mum admits "she was skin and bone".
 
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Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) Tool lifestyle behaviour indicator refresh
The Public Health Wales Observatory has released its fourth Public Health Outcomes Framework reporting tool indicator refresh.
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Create healthier places and spaces with new guide for public health professionals and planners
Public Services Boards and partner organisations in Wales can get lots of helpful guidance about how they can influence the built environment to improve health and wellbeing, in a new easy-to-use guide.
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45,000 fewer antibacterial prescriptions dispensed in Wales last year
Efforts to reduce antibacterial use in Primary Care in Wales appear to be having an effect, as 45,296 fewer antibacterial prescriptions were dispensed by GPs in Wales in 2017/18 compared with the previous year - a two per cent reduction.
 
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Welsh Public Health Conference 2018 -- don't miss your place!
The countdown has begun to the Welsh Public Health Conference 2018, and there's still time to book your place!
 
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Maternity teaching team commended with top award
A Swansea obstetrics and gynaecology teaching team has been commended for their excellent work with a Maternity and Midwifery Festival Team Award.
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Quality, Safety and Improvement Committee papers published
The next Quality, Safety and Improvement Committee meeting will be held on Thursday 4 October 2018.
 
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Porthmadog mum opens up about her battle with breast cancer to help others fighting the disease
A mum of two who beat breast cancer is now speaking out to encourage other women to check themselves for the disease.
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