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Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board put into Special Measures with board stepping aside

Health Minister Eluned Morgan has announced that Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board will be put into special measures because of serious concerns about performance, leadership and culture. Read the full story here

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Welsh Government highlights developments to help people with rare diseases and lights up Cathays Park building to raise awareness on Rare Disease Day: The development of a new app, which allows users to share their health profile and potentially draw attention to rare or complex medical conditions with health services, both in the UK and abroad – like a passport – has been highlighted on Rare Disease Day.

More two-year-olds across Wales to benefit from funded childcare with further £10 million investment: The extra funding is part of a phased plan to expand early years provision to all two-year-olds in Wales, with a particular emphasis on strengthening Welsh-medium provision.

Scheme aims to help more than 10,500 people into work: A new scheme which aims to support over 10,500 people who are in recovery from substance or alcohol misuse, or have mental ill-health, to get into education, training or work has been launched.

Budding medics thriving in north Wales: The Seren Medics programme, which helps school-age children go on to study Medicine at university, is enjoying excellent results in north Wales.

Inhaler recycling scheme helping reduce NHS Wales emissions as £800k funding pot launches: A Welsh Government funded inhaler recycling scheme is helping NHS Wales reduce its carbon emissions and work towards Net Zero ambitions, as a funding pot opens for the social and primary and community care sectors worth £800,000.

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Marian Wyn Jones and Rowan Gardner reappointed as Independent Members of Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW): DHCW is responsible for ensuring the delivery of first-class digital health and care services enabling effective, efficient and safer decision-making through the provision of access to content-rich, person-focused health and care data and information.

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Escalation and further intervention to improve the quality of services in Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

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Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

NHS Pay award enhancement for 2022/2023

Improving services for people with rare diseases in Wales

Update on Fracture Liaison Services in Wales

Ending of the COVID-19 vaccine primary and booster dose universal offers

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