The Eating Disorders A Framework for Wales 2009 was produced by Public Health Wales on behalf of the Welsh Assembly Government to help improve Eating Disorder Services in Wales.
Investing in a Better Start: Promoting Breastfeeding in Wales 2001 sets out the long term strategy to raise the percentage of breastfeeding mothers in Wales.
In addition to the local HSCWB Strategies produced by local authorities in Wales, a number of local authorities, through partnership working, have produced local strategies relating to food and nutrition. These aim to define how the county borough will manage various aspects of food and nutrition, to improve the health of it’s population. Examples are available for download below:
- Cardiff Food and Health Strategy 2006
- Caerphilly Nutrition Strategy and Action Plan 2004-2007
- Carmarthensire Local Sustainable Food Strategy
- Food and Health Strategy for Swansea Schools 2007-2013
- Food and Fitness Projects across Wales
- Food and Nutrition Strategy for Anglesey Schools
- Blaenau Gwent Healthy Eating
- My School Lunch - Caerphilly
NICE Guidance on Obesity: the prevention, identification, assessment and management of overweight and obesity in adults and children covers how staff in GP surgeries and hospitals should assess whether people are overweight or obese and what they should do to help people lose weight .
Map of Medicine - Eating Disorders The Map is a web-based tool that can help drive clinical consensus to improve quality and safety in any healthcare organisation.
- Map of Medicine - Eating Disorders/Bulimia nervosa (prefessional view requires Athens log-in)
Map of Medicine Healthguides shows you the ideal, evidence-based patient journey for common and important conditions. It is a high-level overview that can be shared by patients and healthcare providers.
Public Health Wales Observatory has published a webpage which includes links to key policy documents detailing targets, data sources including European statistics and reviews of evidence.
- Nutrition Network for Wales
- Healthy Breakfast Week
- Chief Medical Officer Wales - Healthy Eating information
- School Food Trust
- European Union Public Health - Nutrition and Obesity
- Health Improvement - Food and physical activity
- NHS Wales e-Library for Health - Nutrition
The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Survey is a cross-national research study conducted in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office for Europe. The study aims to gain new insight into young people's health behaviours. Data are available at a national (Wales) level only.
StatsWales is a data web resource provided by the Welsh Assembly Government. Physical activity data from the Welsh Health Survey by year, age and sex for Wales are included.