Public Health Network Cymru have a number of webinars coming up over the next few months. See below for further information:
Public attitudes and behaviours during the COVID-19 pandemic, a behavioural science approach: 25 May 2022 at 2pm – 3pm
In this webinar Ashley Gould from the Behavioural Science Unit, Public Health Wales will unpack the key headline influences of decisions and behaviours, and why a better understanding of these can make for more effective interventions, more impactful polices, more equitable services and communications with greater reach and response. He will describe a step-wise approach to defining, diagnosing, and deciphering behavioural influences and how to best respond to them when designing and delivering interventions. The webinar will highlight examples of how behavioural science was used in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public Views on the Covid Pandemic (PVCOVID) study – a longitudinal mixed-methods research project following public attitudes and behaviours during the pandemic. He will discuss public adherence to COVID-19 non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) (e.g. Social distancing and facemask wearing) as well as vaccine uptake. He will discuss the facilitators and barriers to adherence, drawing on a range of concepts and frameworks within health psychology and behavioural science.Simon Williams from Swansea University will discuss findings from the Swansea University-led
Greener Primary Care: how can primary and community care start the journey towards environmental sustainability and decarbonisation?: 8 June 2022 at 2pm – 3pm
Are you interested in understanding the relationship between climate change and healthcare? This webinar led by the Primary Care Division in Public Health Wales will provide a background to the current Welsh legislative and policy context in relation to decarbonisation.As part of World Environment day activities (5 June) the webinar will give an overview of simple, practical changes for those working in primary and community care to improve your day-to-day practice and environmental sustainability. We will be launching The Greener Primary Care Framework and Award Scheme and give an overview of the scheme and how to get involved.
Fair work for health, well-being and equity – what should we do? Recommendations from an expert panel: 15 June 20222pm – 3pm
The nature of work affects us all, and can either be part of the solution for a healthier more equal Wales or can contribute to psychological stress, ill health and early death. In this webinar you will hear experts from an expert panel discuss what local and regional agencies can do to influence fair work to support health, equity, good business and the wider economy.The Panel will be chaired by Professor Ceri Phillips, Vice Chair of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and will include the following panel members:
- Professor Alan Felstead, Research Professor, Cardiff University
- Amanda Shriwise, Policy Consultant, WHO Venice Office and Research Fellow University of Bremen
- Mary-Ann McKibben, Consultant in Public Health, Public Health Wales/Healthy Working Wales
- Rhianydd Williams, Equality and Policy Officer, TUC
- Sue Husband OBE, Director Business in the Community Cymru
Panel members will discuss their perspectives on the findings of their work on the Fair Work for Health, Well-being and Equity Report.Join us for this exclusive insight and the opportunity to contribute to the discussion.