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Two weeks left to have your say on recommendations for health improvement in Wales

Tuesday, 12 February 2013
If you want to have your say on how health improvement and well being should be delivered in Wales then now is your chance!
A public consultation on recommendations made by the National Health Improvement Review is currently taking place and there are two weeks left to give your views.
The Review, which is being led by Public Health Wales, aims to deliver better, more effective and sustainable health improvement programmes that will help people improve their health and wellbeing.
A considerable amount of research, gathering of evidence and engagement with professionals, key stakeholders and the public has already taken place and has resulted in a comprehensive draft report.
The report contains a number of recommendations for the future direction and delivery of health improvement services to help reduce preventable illnesses and ultimately create a healthier Wales.
The consultation seek your views on the recommendations made and will run until February 22, 2013.
These are the questions we would like you to answer:
· Do you broadly agree with the key recommendations in the Health Improvement Review report?
· Is there anything missing? What else would you like to see?
· What would improve your health and wellbeing? Does the report address it?
The report is available at www.publichealthwales.org/healthimprovementreview and you can respond by either emailing healthimprovementreview@wales.nhs.uk or post your comments to:
The National Health Improvement Review
Public Health Wales
14 Cathedral Road
CF11 9LJ
We look forward to receiving your views.