This funding catalogue is the first in a series of information materials to link key European Union (EU) funding opportunities to Wales’ health and well-being priorities.
Adverse Childhood Experiences and their Impact on Health-harming Behaviours in the Welsh Adult Population
This is one in a series of reports examining the prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in the Welsh adult population and their impact on health and well-being across the life course.
This is one in a series of short reports examining the case for investment in prevention activities. Each report includes a review of the literature which, while not exhaustive, aims to provide an overview for the reader and sign-post to further information for those requiring greater detail.
The Charter for International Health Partnerships in Wales, developed by the International Health Coordination Centre (IHCC), Public Health Wales, is based on Wales’ history of accomplishment and learning in this area and outlines the four foundations of successful international health partnerships. The signatories are Welsh health organisations committed to these foundations, which value and recognise the benefits to our overseas partners as well as the benefits to the NHS and patients in Wales.
This guidance document was produced by the Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit (WHIASU) for Public Health Wales to ensure that decisions relating to housing and HIA are made from an evidence-informed standpoint. It is designed to be read in conjunction with Health Impact Assessment: A Practical Guide (Chadderton et al., 2012) which provides detailed guidelines and proformas for carrying out an HIA.