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Time to Talk Public Health: April 2023 Panel Recruitment Survey

Time to Talk Public Health is a new nationally representative panel of Welsh residents established by Public Health Wales to enable regular public engagement to inform public health policy and practice. Welsh residents were asked their views on physical activity, active travel, menopause, shingles, and climate change.

1,051 panel members responded The Time to Talk public health survey conducted in April 2023. Key findings include:

  • The majority of people said they would support reallocating road space in their local area for walking (75%) and cycling (68%). 
  • 64% of people are interested (21% very interested) in increasing the amount of active travel they do.
  • 20% of people had heard of the UK Chief Medical Officers’ physical activity guidelines.
  • 75% of people agreed more public discussion is needed on the menopause to increase understanding.
  • 39% of people know there is a shingles vaccine for 70-79 year-olds.

To learn more about Time to Talk Public Health, visit the project webpage, and the new report can be found here.We hope you find the report of interest. Please do not hesitate to contact the project lead Dr Catherine Sharp ([email protected]) if you would like further information.

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