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Re-programming of flu immunisation sessions planned for children aged 4-10 years in schools

Following the postponement of some school flu vaccination sessions, the following schools have now been rescheduled for week commencing December 2nd. Please note, these sessions have been added to the weekly plan and do not replace the schools currently listed.

Conservatives to deliver new deal to boost cross-border infrastructure for Wales and England

A majority Conservative government will negotiate an ambitious Marches Growth Deal and invest in infrastructure to improve transport networks and boost economic growth acr

Quality Improvement in Practice at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Over the next two days (25-26 November 2019), some of our quality Improvement (QI) leads at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board are participating in a national Improvement Conference hosted by Improvement Cymru – Re-thinking how we improve.

The Duke of Cambridge awards Cath O’Brien MBE

The Duke of Cambridge has awarded former Welsh Blood Service Director, Cath O’Brien, with a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to the Welsh Blood Service and the adoption of Cell and Gene Therapy in Wales.


Inducing birth at 41 weeks 'may reduce risk of stillbirth'

"Induction recommended for women still pregnant at 41 weeks," reports The Guardian.

Carers Wales response to Assembly inquiry makes recommendations to make carers rights in Wales a reality

Today, on Carers Rights Day the Assembly Health, Social Care and Sport Committee has launched its report into its inquiry on how the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 (the Act) has impacted on carers.

Eight days of strikes at three Welsh universities on from Monday

Members of the University and College Union at 60 UK universities will walk out from Monday (25 November) to Wednesday 4 December

·         Disputes are over pay and working conditions, and rising pension costs


Otter alert

In order to help the otter population in Wales survive and flourish, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is asking people to spot and report dead otters as part of a UK-wide project.