Health and Wellbeing Bulletin
What you need to know
Conference: The third sector’s role in delivering Wales’ long-term plan for health and social care – A Healthier Wales, 23 May 2019, Cardiff City Stadium.
Welsh Government’s ten-year plan for A Healthier Wales sets a single, shared vision for health and social care in Wales, in which the third sector, both the paid and unpaid workforce, including volunteers and unpaid carers, play an integral part.
Hosted jointly by Welsh Government and WCVA and aimed at third sector organisations and public sector teams working at a strategic and/or senior operational level, it offers the chance to explore the sector’s key role in realising the vision set out in A Healthier Wales. To book your free place, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Macmillan Information Pod
People with cancer now able to access the advice and support they need, following the launch of a new Macmillan Information Pod at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr.
The pod is part of a £250,000 investment into a new cancer information and support service for people affected by cancer and covers the new information pod in the main reception of Prince Charles Hospital, as well as 5 new information points located across the Royal Glamorgan, Ysbyty Cwm Cynon and Ysbyty Cwm Rhondda hospital sites. A highly-trained cancer information specialist will be on hand for anyone needing advice and support following a cancer diagnosis.
We Are Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board!
For more information please contact Felicity Waters, Head of Communications on 01443 744812
Rhondda GP Cluster Wellbeing Coordinator vacancy with Interlink – closing date noon on 31 May 2019
For further information including application form & Job description visit www.interlinkrct.org.uk
Infoengine.wales – Here is the guidance to register for infoengine.wales
Action on Hearing Loss Cymru wants to know about your experiences of using adult social services in Wales