WHIASU present at the Wales Biodiversity Conference
Nerys Edmonds, Senior Public Health Practitioner in WHIASU, recently presented on “Identifying the Health and Wellbeing Impacts of Environmental Programmes using Health Impact Assessment: Case Studies from Wales” at the Wales Biodiversity conference. Nerys’s talk is available to view here, and all of the talks from the conference can be accessed here.
Harmonising public health involvement in land use planning workshop 19th November 2018, Life Sciences Hub, Cardiff Bay
This is the second workshop held in 2018 focussing upon the theme of ‘reuniting health and planning,’ in particular to explore current levels of engagement between public health and local authorities and to explore opportunities to work in a more coherent way in the future. The day was chaired by Kate Eden, Non-Executive Director of […]