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Rural Health & Care Conference Wales

A conference for health and care practitioners, academics, practitioners, patients and the public with an interest in rural health, wellbeing and care.

There is a small fee for attending the conference of £10 per day or £15 for both days.

Theme and strands:

Rural Resilience in Health and Care, communities and individuals

• Rural Population Health, Well-being and Care
• The role of Rural Communities in Health and Care
• Telehealth / Telemedicine
• Social / Green Prescribing
• Recruitment and Retention in Rural Areas
• New Roles and specialisms in Rural Health and Social Care
• Education, Training and Development in Rural Areas

The conference is aimed at health and care professionals, academics, practitioners, patients and the public with an interest in rural health, well-being and care.

For more information or to register your interest, please contact Anna Prytherch by phone 01970 628962 or email Anna.L.Prytherch(at)wales.nhs.uk

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Rural Health & Care Conference Wales

A conference for health and care practitioners, academics, practitioners, patients and the public with an interest in rural health, wellbeing and care.

There is a small fee for attending the conference of £10 per day or £15 for both days.

Theme and strands:

Rural Resilience in Health and Care, communities and individuals

• Rural Population Health, Well-being and Care
• The role of Rural Communities in Health and Care
• Telehealth / Telemedicine
• Social / Green Prescribing
• Recruitment and Retention in Rural Areas
• New Roles and specialisms in Rural Health and Social Care
• Education, Training and Development in Rural Areas

The conference is aimed at health and care professionals, academics, practitioners, patients and the public with an interest in rural health, well-being and care.

For more information or to register your interest, please contact Anna Prytherch by phone 01970 628962 or email Anna.L.Prytherch(at)wales.nhs.uk