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Vale Health Social Care & Wellbeing ebulletin 25.3.2021

Vale of Glamorgan news
Your question must relate to the Third Sector generally, or your organisation, your members or to those who receive your services. If you wish to put a question to candidates, can you let us know your question by 4pm, Thursday 15th April 2021. Read more
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is highlighting the range of support available to residents who might be facing financial difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
Online cook-along events form a significant part of the Food Vale festival programme, all of which will be available for free, via the Food Vale Facebook page. Richard Shaw from Cooking Together will provide a number of cookery demonstrations suitable for the whole family. Read more
Project Zero is the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s response to the climate emergency. Read more

Voluntary Sector news

Dewis Cymru is an online website that contains useful information on various health and wellbeing services in your local area. Dewis Cymru is free and easy to register online. Read more
‘A whale out of water’ is an art and creative writing project based on the story of the Grangetown Whale. Funded by Literature Wales and run in partnership with 4Winds and Grangetown Art Trail, Read more
The latest newsletter is now available Read more
Have views changed regarding what older people want and need to re-engage with their communities post lockdown? Read more
Since the pandemic hit March 2020 our Volunteer CHC members who routinely undertake visits to Hospital wards and GP practices to feed back the patient experiences to the NHS have not been able to get out and about talking to patients., Read more
The latest edition of the Sylw bulletin is now available. Read more
The closing date for the Needle and Syringe Programme Professional Stakeholder Survey will be the end of working day on FRIDAY 26th March 2021. Read more
Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has worked closely with Muslim Doctors Cymru and a number of General Practitioners from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities across Cardiff and the Vale Read more
Three new academies designed to help the next generation of leaders within Wales’ health and care services, are set to go live later this year. Read more
Joshua Harvey and Martyn Jones, two Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Biomedical Scientists, share their experiences of working on the frontline of the pandemic. Read more
Health & Wellbeing
Public Health Wales has produced information regarding the vaccine which is available on their website. Read more
Coronavirus Information and Advice Read more
A new report published today (18 March 2021) calls for a greater emphasis on health equity – ensuring everyone has an equal opportunity to be healthy – in the response to, and recovery from, Coronavirus. Read more
Dr Eleri Davies, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “The Public Health Wales COVID-19 data on the public-facing dashboard includes 99 new positive results from tests carried out at the end of January. Read more
PHW published the first Welsh Health Equity Status Report initiative (WHESRi) report yesterday. Read more
Welsh Government News
Health Minister Vaughan Gething and Finance Minister Rebecca Evans have given the go-ahead for the development of a new Velindre Cancer Centre for South East Wales. Read more
‘Caring is everyone’s business’ – that’s the message as Wales renews its commitment to unpaid carers today [Tuesday 23 March] by publishing a strategy and national priorities, one year on from the first lockdown in Wales. Read more
Over £8.5m is to be invested to create a new Electronic Patient Record and digital Electronic Referral system for eye care in Wales, the first national system of this kind. Read more
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today (Monday 22 March) published a plan, supported by an initial £100m funding, to help the health and care system in Wales to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more
A Statutory Code of Practice aimed at improving awareness and accessibility of autism services across Wales will be laid before the Senedd today (24 March). Read more
NHS Wales’ decarbonisation plan to tackle climate change has been published today [Wednesday 24 March] by the Health Minister Vaughan Gething. Read more
CLOSING DATE 30-Mar-2021 ACTUAL SALARY £23,080.00 – £25,481.00 per Year CONTRACT TYPE Temporary / Fixed Term POSITION TYPE Full Time Read more
Training, events and workshops
Are your children looking to try a new sport? Are you looking to get involved also? Sign up to All Stars starting at 6pm on Friday 7th May at Barry Athletic Cricket Club Read more

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